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Creation Date: May 11, 2006
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Air Ops Honored
Department Wins API Award
Page 3


Spring Picnic
Hospital Commands Have Day Of Fun
Pages 8-9


New Storage Lot
Autorama Sales Lot To Expand
Page 13


THURSDAY, MAY 11, 2006


www.jaxairnews.com


Navy


volunteers


help with


national


book drive
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Thirteen members of the NAS Jax
Security Department and numer-
ous more from commands at NS
Mayport spent several hours at Alltel
Stadium last week organizing and pack-
aging books for children in the local
area.
The book drive, which is part of a part-
nership between the non-profit, national
organization First Book and The
Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation, has
been held in Jacksonville each spring
since 2003. Since then, the annual book
drive has brought in and distributed
more than 325,000 new books to children
of low-income families here.
"This event would not be possible with-
out the help and dedication of many peo-
ple. The amount of effort that has been
put in place by the staff at the Jaguars
Foundation, First Book, The Children's
Commission, Mayor's office, the local mil-
itary personnel, University of North
Florida volunteers and the management
at Alltel Stadium is just incredible," said
Tarek Tabet, program officer for The
Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation. "It's a
tremendous effort on everyone's part and
we are thrilled we can get these books to
the kids."
According to Tabet, when they realized
how many volunteers were needed to
help sort, package, label and load the
boxes, he knew just who to call.
"Whenever I need some extra help, I


See VOLUNTEERS, Page 19


MA1(SW) Jimmy Smith and a member of
the Child Guidance Center in Jacksonville
load a truck up with books.


MASN William Zito carefully counts some
books for packaging.


Cell phone use

while driving

prohibited on base
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
Anew regulation prohibiting hand-held
cell phone use while driving on NAS
Jacksonville officially goes into effect
Monday. The law will be fully enforced with
security patrolman issuing tickets for non-com-
pliance with the new policy. This new policy
does not apply to passengers in the vehicle.
This new policy takes effect here after a
Department of Defense (DoD) regulation was
published in -- -. .
the Federal
Register in
April 2005,
stating that I
anyone driv-1
ing a motor PIoto .
vehicle on a
DoD instal- ,
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not use a cell w Mi
phone unless lft
the vehicle is a a s
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parked or
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using a
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device. Signs are now posted at all NAS lax
D r i v e r entrances stating the new policy.
are also pro-
hibited from wearing portable headphones, ear-
phones or other listening devices (except for
hand-free cellular phones) while operating a
motor vehicle. Use of these devices impairs driv-
ing and masks or prevents recognition of emer-
gency sigfials, alarms, announcements, the
approach of vehicles and human speech.
Those ticketed for using a hand-held cell
phone while driving will receive three points on
their driving record. This means the driver will
be required to attend a driver improvement
course within 90 days after receiving the ticket
or have their driving privileges suspended until
proof of attendance is provided. The course can
be taken through the NAS Jax Safety Office at
no cost or through any National Safety Council'
certified agency.


Photo Lab merging, new


PACEN Det established
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he Fleet Imaging Center (photo
lab) located aboard NAS Jackson-
ville will transition to a Fleet
Public Affairs Center Detachment
(PACEN Detsi and relocate to Building
2038 at NS Mayport later this month.
The move is part of a Navy-wide initia-
tive to reorganize the public affairs com-
munity and to align communicators with
the Navy's Fleet Response Plan by pro-
viding operational commanders public
affairs resources during times of surge.
exercises or routine underway periods.
Public affairs professionals convey the
achievements and contributions of
Sailors, Marines, and civilians everyday,
strategically communicating the Navy's
roles in fighting terrorism, support
humanitarian operations, and promoting
theater security cooperation in countless
external and internal audiences.
The standup of PACEN Detachments
at fleet concentrations areas is taking
place in conjunction with the reorganiza-
tion of the journalist, photographers, lith-
ographers and draftsmen ratings into
one rating mass communications spe-
cialist (MC). Both initiatives are geared
to provide more timely and efficient sup-
port to the operational fleet.
PACEN Detachments will report
directly to Fleet Public Affairs Centers


located in Norfolk and San Diego.
PACENs LANT and PAC will employ
more than 250 personnel worldwide and
serve as hubs of public affairs operations,
maintaining 24-hour news bureaus and
ready contingency teams equipped for
first-response emergent tasking ashore
and afloat, at home or abroad. They will
also employ Sea Op Dets that will join
carrier strike groups and expeditionary
strike groups during work-up cycles and
remain with them through the comple-
tion of deployments.
PACEN Detachments will be perma-
nently located at various overseas and
CONUS stations, including NS Mayport,
providing immediate and comprehensive
coverage at critical fleet installations.
Dets will focus on the production and dis-
tribution of news material and visual
See IMAGING, Page 5


NAS Jax wins Navy conservation team award
ByJ01 Mike England """ """-. '-1
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T he Secretary of the
Navy presented NAS
Jacksonville with the
fiscal year 2005 Secretary
of the Navy Natural Re-
sources Conservation Team
Award May 3 at the U.S.
Navy Memorial and Naval
Heritage Center in Wash-
ington, D.C.
Deputy Director, Ashore
Readiness Division Rear
Adm. Wayne Shear and
Assistant Secretary of the
Navy (Installations and
Environment) BJ Penn
were on hand to present
the award.
NAS Jax undertook sev-
eral initiatives to preserve
its natural resources dur-
ing FY-2005 including con-
servation education at the
station's interpretive center
and along its two nature
trails.
The station's forest man-
agement program includes
conversion from slash to
longleaf pine to increase
gopher tortoise habitat.
And, fish and wildlife pro-
tection occurs through relo-
cation of species to accom-
plish mission goals, making
brush piles to increase
habitat and providing sig-
nage to educate people.


U.S. Navy Photo
Deputy Director, Ashore Readiness Division Rear Adm.
Wayne Shear (far left) and Assistant Secretary of the Navy
(Installations and Environment) BJ Penn (far right) were on
hand to present the award to (second from left) Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel, NAS Jax
Natural and Cultural Resource Manager Christine Bauer, NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and NAS Jax
Natural Resources Forester William Henry.


The station also conducts
annual shoreline clean ups
to maintain its shores.
"I am impressed person-
ally by your dedication to
the protection of the envi-
ronment and natural
resources through innova-
tive, cost effective forward
thinking programs," Penn
stated during his opening
remarks.


"Our education programs
and interpretive center
explain how our operations
are in compliance of envi-
ronmental law. We're very
proud of that. I guess we
must we doing something
right," concluded NAS Jax
Environmental Department
Director Kevin Gartland.


TOUCHING Birmingham Gate hours change the NAS Jax Security Department has made significant adjustments to
scheduling and asset distribution.
A S E From NAS Jax 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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New seashore rotations announced, most ratings affected


By FLTCM(AW/SW)
jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
Tf you haven't seen
NavAdmin 130/06 an-
nouncing changes to the
Navy's sea/shore rotations,
you need to review it.
Almost every rating in the
-Navy is affected by the
changes that better align
tour lengths to our sea-cen-
tric force.
The revisions update
existing sea/shore rotations
that were put in place four
years ago. As our Navy con-
tinues to evolve, it is critical
we maintain sufficient man-
ning aboard our sea and
shore commands.
Since 2001, the Navy has
eliminated more than
19,000 shore duty billets,
but until now, sea/shore
rotations did not take that
reduction into account. The
new sea/shore rotations will
make it easier for detailers
and community managers
to maintain our billet base
at sea and ashore.
So what does this mean
to you? Depending on your
rating, the changes may
increase the number of
months you spend on sea
duty and shore duty.
According to the Chief of
Naval Personnel, there are
790 rates/ratings/NECs that
make up the Navy's
sea/shore rotation force. Of
these, 150/ will have an
increase to their sea duty
time, with most seeing a
change of six months or less.
Forty will increase eight
to 12 months, and only five


FLTCM(AW/SW)
jon Thompson
will increase more than 12
months. On average, sea
tour lengths for E5 to E9
will increase from 47
months to 51 months, while
shore tour lengths will
increase from 34 to 36
months.
Those of you within your
nine-month window to nego-
tiate orders will be able to
proceed with those orders.
The Navy Personnel Com-
mand will adjust projected
rotation dates based on
length of tour remaining.
Projected rotation dates
(PRD) of February 2007 or
earlier will not be adjusted.
From a fleet perspective,
the changes are critical
because proper manning is
essential to all our ships,
squadrons and bases.
Without correct manning,
meeting mission require-
ments becomes an :even
greater challenge.
Most of us have served in
commands that had man-
ning shortfalls. I can tell
you from past experience
that when a command is


improperly manned, it's dif-
ficult to maintain good
morale because the work
that would be done by the
missing people is often
placed on the backs of oth-
ers. Proper sea/shore rota-
tions help reduce that nega-
tive impact.
The Navy is a sea-going
force. Hopefully you all
understand that. While
there are a few shore inten-
sive ratings, the majority of
our ratings are sea inten-
sive. It should not come as
a surprise that the majority,
of your career will be
served on sea duty.
Having said that, it is
equally important the Navy
provide balance. Correct
sea/shore rotations help us
all map out a career path.
What's more, the time we
spend on shore duty allows
for career diversity and the
necessary time to pursue
higher education.
As we look to the future,
it's clear our Navy is chang-
ing. We are building small-
er ships that are crewed by
far less people than most
legacy ships. It is important
we continue to monitor how
the manning aboard these
new ships and units affect
,our ratings, while ensuring
our legacy ships are proper-
ly manned as well.
To that end, the Chief of
Naval Personnel has created
the Sea Shore Rotation
Working Group to investi-
gate, analyze and develop
solution sets for current and
future billet bases. That
group will be key to our
future manning success.


The changes in sea/shore
rotations are very good for
our Navy. I hope you see
how you fit into the bigger
picture. While you may per-
sonally incur only a couple
more months at a sea duty
command, when you do the
math on a larger, total Navy
scale, you realize a couple
months here and a couple
months there start to add
up quickly and help us
ensure our units have the
right people at the right
time.
As of May 8, 2006, there
were 298,938 enlisted peo-
ple serving on active duty in
our Navy. It's clear to me
that even small sea/shore
rotation imbalances start to
have a significant impact on
our readiness.
Every one of you, in every
rating, needs to do your best
to maintain your sea/shore
rotation. Detailers are
charged with holding you to
the Navy's plan. Your part
is to do your best to work
with your detailer to help
stay on track.
Shipmates, my challenge
to each of you is to embrace
the- new changes in
sea/shore rotation and plot
your career wisely. While
going to sea is not always
easy, most of you will find it
a little easier if you look to
the future and plan using
the new sea/shore rotation
guidelines as a beacon.
If you plan correctly, you
should be able to serve a
productive, rewarding
career in the Navy with the
proper balance of both sea
and shore tours of duty.


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Greetings to all Hey,
MoneyMan! readers:
Breaking news! On May
3, the Chief of Naval
Operations released a mes-
sage expressing his con-
cerns over predatory lend-
ing practices. He is calling
for immediate and decisive
action. The text of his mes-
sage is as follows:
A Sailor's financial readi-
ness directly impacts unit
readiness and the Navy's
ability to accomplish its
mission. I am concerned
with the number of Sailors
who are taken advantage of
by predatory lending prac-
tices, the most common of
which is the payday loan. .
Other predatory-type
loans include automobile
title pawn, tax refund, and
rent-to-own furniture. A
recent survey by the
defense manpower data
center indicates that 13
percent of Sailors have
used a predatory loan in
the previous 12 months.


Predatory loans are usual-
ly small, short-term
arrangements designed to
bridge cash-strapped bor-
rowers until their next pay-
check. However, they are
expensive, high-interest
loans that often cost 10-44
dollars per week per 100
dollars borrowed, plus fees.
The annual interest rate
routinely exceeds 1,000 per-
cent. Predatory loans can
further devastate a Sailor's
personal finances, especially
since many of these loans
are not paid at the original
payment due date and are
rolled-over to the next pay-
day.
The rollovers are of great
concern since multiple
rollovers quickly lead to a
situation where most sailors
cannot pay off the loan.
There are better options for
sailors experiencing finan-
cial challenges.
For example, personal
financial management
training and information


programs are available
from the command finan-
cial specialist (CFC), the
local fleet and family sup-
port center, through
Navy Knowledge On-line
and Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society.


They each stand ready to
educate and guide Sailors
and their families regarding
personal finances, including
issues related to predatory
loan use.

See MONEYMAN, Page 17


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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


MEET .9SRIO.
C5215Ul SIPIR JONES
Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply


HHometown: Micronesian
Islander


Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kenne

Career Plans: To complete my degree in
accounting.

Most Interesting Experience: A Navy
tour overseas. I met some great people and
saw beautiful countries.

Words of Wisdom: Always think positivE


ady


MEET R CR IRn. .
LRURR LRBELLR

Job title/command:
W- Intern/Assistant Natural
|I Resources Manager

Hometown: Jacksonville


Family Life: Married to Ray, we have three
children, Jessica, Rosie and Donn Mario.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To become a certified wildlife
biologist with the Wildlife Society.


Most Interesting Experience: My
wildlife rescues turtles, raccoons and birds.

Words of Wisdom: You must love.yourself
before you can ever love anyone else.


Computer training


classes offered on base
From the Navy College Office


The Navy College Offices in partnership with Florida
Community College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) will offer
computer training in the FCCJ on-base computer
lab.
The first class, Resume Writing Using Word, is free to
active duty service members and their family members.
Enrollment is limited to the first 18 people. This initial
class will be offered as a two-day, four-hour session May
17-19 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The class will be held in
the FCCJ Computer Lab in Building 110.
Additional classes will follow with the following topics:
Learn to Budget Through Excel
Business Writing Using Word
These classes will be offered at a rate of $79 per person
and will be open to all personnel who have access to the
base. There is a separate, non-refundable one-time $15
registration fee for the first time FCCJ student.
To register, visit the FCCJ office on base in Building 110
or call 632-5061 or 771-3979 or email agreenhu@fccj.edu
or bfoote@fccj.edu.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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Air Operations receives American Petroleum Institute award


By Lt. j.g. Laura
Chambers
NAS Jax Air Operations
AS Jax Executive
Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn presented
NAS Jacksonville Air
Operations Department
Fuels Division with an
American Petroleum
Institute (API) Award May
3 for its operating excel-
lence in fuel management
and fuel-handling opera-
tions.
The API is an interna-
tionally recognized trade
organization for the petro-
leum industry that sets
standards and provides
technical direction for all
aspects of petroleum pro-
duction, refining, measure-
ment and fuel handling on
a worldwide basis at U.S.
Navy and U.S. Marine
Corps activities.
NAS Jacksonville Fuels
Division, which is run by
Doss Aviation, a govern-
ment contractor, has built a
reputation for providing
top-notch customer service
and material support.
Upon receiving the
award, Doss Aviation
Manager Bob Dyer stated,
"Doss Aviation strives for
high quality service and is
here to support the Navy.
The API award definitely
indicates we are headed in
the right direction."
The division operates and
maintains the bulk fuel
service storage facility and
monitors the aircraft-refu-
eling contract. Their servic-
es include skid refueling
(hot pits), truck refueling,
defueling, used oil collec-
tion, cryogenics (liquid oxy-
gen/nitrogen) services and
non-aircraft refueling.
They also manage bulk
fuel transfers, inventory
management, fuel testing
and facility/equipment
maintenance. The fueling
facility is computer operat-
ed and consists of three
above-ground storage/serv-
ice tanks with capacity of
more than 1.8 million gal-
lons of JP-5, three bay fuel
receiving stations for com-
mercial trucks capable of
off-loading up to 40-48
trucks carrying 375,000
gallons in an eight-hour
work day and one bottom-
loading fill station with two
loading areas.
Delivery to aircraft and
support equipment is
accomplished with six
8,000-gallon JP-5 mobile
refueler/defueler trucks,
one 2,000-gallon JP-5 refu-
eler truck, one 2000-gallon
gas truck, one 2000-gallon
waste oil truck, two direct
issue (hot pit) pantographs,
and one fixed (hot pit) pan-
tograph. Successful and
safe day-to-day operations
are a direct result of having
a highly trained and expe-
rienced staff, and communi-
cations up-and-down the
chain coupled with atten-
tion-to-detail.
The division provides
service to numerous cus-
tomers including Patrol
and Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven, Sea Control Wing
Atlantic, Helicopter Anti-
submarine Wing Atlantic,
Naval Air Reserve and one
maritime patrol fleet
replacement training
squadron with more than
30 assigned P-3 aircraft
and support is provided to
federal activities.
Their quest for excellence
and remarkable team-effort
allowed efficient response
times in handling more
than 48,640,000 gallons of
JP-5 fuel. Average response
time from request to fuel-
ing aircraft was 15 min-
utes. This directly con-
tributed to readiness for
NAS Jacksonville.
In addition, the facility
issued and received more
than 96,000 gallons of cryo-


genic products without inci-
dent. Furthermore, no sig-
nificant mishaps occurred
during more than 28,000
fueling evolutions.
In 2005, the division con-
tinued their cost-savings
initiative through the Used
Oil Program, which consist
of collecting all contaminat-
ed petroleum products and
selling them to a local recy-
cling plant.
In return, the money


Photo by PH2(SW/AW) Lynn Friant
Members of the NAS Jacksonville Air Operations Department Fuel Division proudly pose for the camera after receiving an
American Petroleum Institute (API) Award. NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn presented the award on
behalf of the API at a ceremony May 3. (From left) NAS Jax Air Operations Department Head Ted Carter, Doss Aviation
Manager Bob Dyer, Doss Aviation Technicians Mike Darling and Andy Sullivan, Tamblyn and Lt. Cmdr. Bob Strange.
made from the sale is given fees for hazardous waste lion in waste disposal costs. 100 percent accountability
back to the command's the program generated The quality assurance of all products, ensuring
Morale, Welfare and more than $34,000 for (QA) of all products and compliance with all regula-
Recreation (MWR) Pro- MWR in 2004 alone. The services are of great impor- tory standards. To reach
gram. Instead of paying program also saved the tance to every individual in this goal, more than 9,137
$14 a pound for disposal Navy more than $15 mil- the division. They maintain samples of JP-5 were test-


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ments of samples tested.
The division consistently
operates at an intense oper-
ational tempo. The facilities
and equipment are main-
tained at a very high-level
of standard, with continued
improvements and self-help
projects planned for the
future, all of which will fur-
ther enhance safety, effi-
ciency and lifespan of the
facility.
Since the installment of
Defense Fuel Automated
System Enterprise System
for fuels accounting, the
division has transmitted
more than 1,602 transac-
tions per month, totaling
19,838 transactions for the
year.
Andy Sullivan, the con-
tracting officer representa-
tive said, "NAS Jacksonville
Fuels Division is fully com-
mitted to providing the best
services and material sup-
port in the safest manner
to all of its customers. We
continue to focus and
always strive to support the
Navy/Marine Corps fuels
mission and the operational
forces of the Navy."








4 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 11, 2006


HS-5 to hold 45th chan


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
FIS-5 PAO
he "Nightdippers" of HS-5
will commemorate their
45th Change of Command
May 16 when Cmdr. Paul
Esposito relieves Cmdr. Brett
Calkins at Hangar 116. The
guest speaker will be Carrier Air
Wing Seven Deputy Commander
Capt. Scott Stearney.
The Nightdippers are scheduled
to return from their recent suc-
cessful COMPTUEX detachment
just in time for the ceremony.
The close timing from the
squadron's return to the ceremo-
ny symbolizes the high opera-
tional pace HS-5 has maintained
during Calkins' time as com-
manding officer. In the last six
months alone, the Nightdippers
have embarked on four detach-
ments aboard USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower, twice detached to
AUTEC for antisubmarine train-
ing and spent a week practicing
high elevation flying in the moun-
tains of Georgia.


Cmdr. Brett Calkins
Esposito, a native of Old
Bethpage, N.Y., received his
'undergraduate degree from Siena
College. After receiving a commis-
sion via Aviation Officer
Candidate School in January
1987, he reported to Pensacola,
Fla. for flight training and was
designated a naval aviator in
March 1988.


Cmdr. Paul Esposito
Upon completion of fleet
replacement: squadron training at
HS-1, he reported to HS-15 where,
he flew the SH-3H and twice
deployed to the Mediterranean
aboard USS Forrestal (CV 59) in
support of Operations Desert
Storm and Provide Comfort. He
served as the -legal officer, person-
nel officer and aircraft division


ge of co

officer.
Following his initial sea tour,
Esposito reported to 423
Squadron (Canadian Forces),
Nova Scotia, Canada as part of
the Personnel Exchange Program.
After completing flight training
for the CH-124A, he deployed
with HMCS Fraser to the North
Atlantic and with HMCS
Preserver to Somalia where he
served as training officer.
Completing his tour in 1994, he
was next assigned to HS-1 for
instructor duty in the SH-3H and
the SH-60 serving as legal officer,
personnel officer, First
Lieutenant Division officer and
combat search and rescue cur-
riculum officer. In 1996, he
reported to Commander
Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing
U.S. Atlantic Fleet (tOMH-
SWINGLANT) for instructor duty
and became a plank owner for the
Weapons Training Unit. In 1998,
Esposito reported aboard USS
Nassau (LHA 4) as the
safety/security officer, completing
another Mediterranean deploy-


mmand

ment in support of operations in
Kosovo.
In March 2000, Esposito report-
ed as maintenance officer to HS-3
aboard USS Enterprise (CVN 65).
During his tour, he deployed to
the Indian Ocean in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom. In
February 2002, Esposito trans-
ferred to the Bureau of Naval
Personnel, Washington, D.C., as
head officer promotion planner. In
April 2004, he became the chief
staff officer for COMH-
SWINGLANT. After reporting to
the Nightdippers in 2005,
Esposito spent six months over-
seas as the officer-in-charge of
HS-5's Expanded Maritime
Interdiction Operation. He has
accumulated over 3,600 flight
hours during his naval career.
Calkins has follow on orders to
serve as the military assistant to
the assistant Secretary of the
Navy for Manpower and Reserve
Affairs.
Cmdr. Roy Undersander will
join the HS-5 Nightdippers as its
executive officer.


Turner takes helm of VP-45


By Lt. j.g. Toby Hall
VP-45 PAO
V P-45 held its change of command
ceremony in Hangar 116 May 5 as
Cmdr. Mark Turner took command
from Cmdr. William Zirzow IV.
Turner will lead the
"Pelicans" during prepa-
ration for their upcoming
deployment in June
2007.
Turner was born in 0
Greenwich, Ct. He gradu-
ated from Marquette
University with bachelor
of arts degree in political
science and received his
commission in i987
through the Reserve
Officer Training Corps.
He was designated a
naval flight officer in
February 1989 and
reported to the "Golden
Pelicans" of VP-44 in Cmdr.
September 1989.
He made subsequent . -
tours to VP-11 and the .
Bureau of Naval y,. .
Personnel where he ,


received his masters
degree in business
administration from
Averett College. In May
of 1995 he reported to
USS George Washington
(CVN 73) as the opera-
tions administration offi-
cer.
Upon completion of
that tour he reported for
instructor duty at VP-30,
followed by his depart-
ment head tour at VP-47
in Barbers Point; Hawaii.
After a, successful


Cmdr. Willian


department head tour, he reported to
Washington, D.C..as the Chief of Naval
Operations P-3 assistant and
Multimission Maritime Aircraft require-
ments officer followed by a tour with the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, Force Structure,
Resources and Assessment Directorate (J-
8). In March 2005, Turner reported to VP-
45 as the executive officer.
The ceremony recognized an extremely
successful year for VP-45. Under Zirzow's
guidance VP-45 effectively transitioned
from pre-deployment workups to a chal-
lenging multi-site deployment operating


NAS Jax establishes
emergency hotline
NAS Jacksonville has estab-
lished a hotline for service mem-
bers, Department of Defense
employees, contractors and their
families to call during an emer-
gency that warrants evacuation
such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-849-
6024 to check in with the base
upon arriving at an evacuation
destination and to verify if the
order to return to the Jacksonville
area has been given. They can
also email the NAS Jacksonville
Emergency Operations Center at
nasjax.eoc.fct@navy.mil to relay
their status and ask for assis-
tance.
Please keep in mind that the
hotline will not be staffed by cus-
tomer service personnel and
only provides recorded informa-
tion. It cannot be used to check
on weather conditions or locate
friends or family. The hotline
number and email address are
for use during times of emer-
gency only.
Emergency information will
also be broadcast on Cable
Channel 118 which is run by
NAVAIR Depot Jax. This chan-
nel will run continuous informa-
tion regarding the hurricane
conditions and evacuation
guidelines.
For more information, contact
the disaster preparedness office
at 542-5595.


in the Central Command and Pacific
Command Fleet areas of responsibility
(AOR) in support of the global war on ter-
rorism, and back to a demanding inter-
deployment training cycle in preparation
for their next deployment in 2007.
Zirzow's outstanding
.;: leadership and keen
' "4~ operational foresight
., resulted in an unparal-
leled level of achieve-
... ment. During his tour,
the Pelicans accom-
S' polished a milestone in
the maritime patrol and
reconnaissance commu-
nity becoming the first
East Coast P-3 squadron
to deploy to the Central
Command's AOR since
the Vietnam era.
The squadron flew mis-
sions in support of
Operations Iraqi and
rk Turner Enduring Freedom pro-
viding real time intelli-
-" : gence to troops on the
S, ground. The Pelicans of
S' VP-45 were awarded the
2005 CNAF Battle
Efficiency award in
recognition for their out-
..; standing performance.
Sip ."k In his remarks, Zirzow
".spoke of the many suc-
cesses of the Pelican fam-
ily and praised the men
and women of the
Squadron for their dedi-
cation, loyalty and pro-
fessionalism.
He spoke of his pride in
being part of the finest P-
3 squadron in the fleet
m Zirzow IV and how honored he was
to have the opportunity
to serve as their commanding officer. He
discussed how VP-45's successes were a
direct result of the dedication of the ward-
room, chief's mess and the hardworking
Sailors. He also thanked the spouses of
VP-45 and recognized the many sacrifices
they made which enabled the Pelicans to
accomplish their job.
VP-45 also welcomed its new executive
officer, Cmdr. Thomas Thompson who
arrives here after a tour with
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance
Force Seventh/Fifth Fleet.


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Military

Appreciation Week












Photo by Bob Henderson
Clay County Commissioner Patrick McGovern reads the
2006 Military Appreciation Week Proclamation as
Commissioners Harold Rutledge, Glenn Lassiter and
John Thrasher and NAS Jacksonville Command Master
Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green listen during a cere-
mony April 25. Military Appreciation Week is May 14-
20.



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WHEREAS, the Northeast Florida area, including Clay County, is home to
numerous military installations representing all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces; and
WHEREAS, a large number of the military personnel assigned to duty in
Northeast Florida have chosen to live and raise their families In Clay County, with many
of them becoming permanent residents following active duty or retirement; and
WHEREAS, our military families have played a vital role in the growth and
development of Clay County bringig a diversity of social and cultural richness to the
county that has significantly enhanced the quality of life; and
WHEREAS, the Clay County Chamber of Commerce annually hosls-a Military
Appreciation Luncheon to salute the military families of Clay County, paying special
honor to military Sailors of the Year.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of County Commissioners,
Clay County, Florida, does hereby proclaim the week of May 14 through May 20, 2006
a:
"MILITARY APPRECIATION WEEK"
in Clay County and express our sincere appreciation to the military families of Clay
County for their outstanding contributions to this county and this nation.
DULY ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners, Clay County, Florida,
this 25th day of April, 2006.


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SECNAV to speak at

Battle of Midway Dinner


From CNRSE
The Battle of Midway
Commemoration
Dinner will be held
June 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Hyatt Regency on
Jacksonville's Northbank.
The guest speaker will be
Secretary of the Navy
Donald Winter. The
Mayport Navy League
sponsors the commemora-
tive dinner.
Costs of tickets for the
dinner are: E6 and below -
$25; E7 03 $35; 04 05
- $45: 06 and above, civil-
ians and retirees $55.
Checks should 'be made
payable to Midway Dinner.
Tickets may be purchased


from the NAS i-
Jacksonville USO ".
Office at 778- _- ...
2821, Navy Official U.S. Navy Photo
League Mayport Corpsmen treating casualties on board
Bill McLoughlin USS Yorktown (CV-5), shortly after the
at 285-8731 or at carrier had been hit by Japanese bombs
the USO Mayport on June 4, 1942. The dead and wound-
at 246-3481. ed were struck by fragments from a
The uniform for bomb that exploded on the flight deck
04 and above is just aft of the midships elevator.
dinner dress
white jacket;. 03
and below dinner dress vivors of the Battle of
white/dinner dress white Midway.
jacket optional; covers not This year's event marks
required. Civilian is black the 64th anniversary of the
tie or business attire. Battle of Midway. All naval
Cocktails begin at 6:30 personnel active duty,
p.m., dinner at 7:30. In retired, enlisted, officer
attendance will be sur- and civilians are invited to
attend.


IMAGING: Photo lab moving to NS Mayport


From Page 1
information relevant to fleet activities in
those respective regions. The detachments
will be led by chief petty officers in charge
and will employ a mix of talent suited to
move news from the fleet to the front
page.
While the reorganization of the public
affairs and photo communities will dra-
matically increase support to fleet opera-
tions and fleet commanders, photo servic-
es traditionally provided by installation
photo labs will no longer be available.
All commands throughout the Navy are


Did you know that...
Y our Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
S(NMCRS) is a re-
source for all active and
retired Sailors, Marines, and
their families whether
you're single, married, or
divorced.
A substantial amount of
our financial assistance goes
to service members with
families, however, the socie-
ty renders financial assis-
tance to everyone regard-
less of marital status.
Call 542-3515 for more
information.


authorized and encouraged to purchase
digital cameras to photograph local com-
mand activities that will no longer be
available through public affairs offices or
disestablished photo labs, such as reen-
listments, retirements, changes of com-
mand, awards ceremonies, roster boards
and passport photos.
Safety and investigative photography
will still be provided. The PACEN
Detachments will maintain studio photog-
raphy capabilities and still provide CO,
XO, CMC, SOY portraits and special pro-
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Goat Locker.
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AMC Joseph Asebedo,
AMC Marc Julseth, ITC
Tara Kissling and PSC
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Recognition is in order
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6 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 11, 2006

Individual Augmentees:

A Navy wife's perspective
By Denise Keenan Next I ventured into the
Special Contributor world of exactly what do you
take with you for a 15-
r he last few issues of month deployment. It takes
the Jax Air News me a year to plan and pack
have contained arti- for a two-week vacation. No
cles about our Sailors contri- one can possibly pack for a
butions to the war on terror- year in two weeks.
ism through Individual My answer came in the
Augmentation (IA) assign- form of a three-page list
ments to Iraq, Afghanistan, with everything from "your
Kuwait and other assorted favorite coffee mug" to "a
billets around the world. My Blackhawk detachable pis-
husband, AW1 Ryan tol lanyard." I ran around
Keenan of VP-30, is one of like a maniac for the next
those IA's assigned to spend three days between the
the next year in Iraq. Navy Exchange, Wal-Mart
As a new Navy wife, I was and Sports Authority mak-
totally unprepared for what ing sure that my husband
I had to deal with over the would have everything on
past two months. My best the list.
friend, a seasoned Navy wife My husband would not go
who has gone through to Iraq without his favorite
numerous deployments in coffee cup or lanyard! (He
the past, was just as unpre- doesn't drink coffee and I
pared and overwhelmed. don't know what a lanyard
Since all Sailors are poten- is.) Three days and about
tial IA's, all Sailors spouses $300 later, I had completed
should have some idea of the list and had everything
what may possibly be in organized and ready to go.
store for them. This is my That afternoon, a new list
story and the lessons I have came out that said, "disre-
learned. c guard the oldut thast! Just bring
On Feb. 14, 2006, my hus- gard the old list! Just bring
band informed me that he an open mind and a good
banwould nfbe goingme to rhat he attitude." I do suggest how-
would be going to Iraq ever that everything on the
Happy Valentines Day! list be purchased. Just
Silly me, I was expecting make sure you save your
roses! I was feeling prettyreceipts
tough at the moment since I receipts.
had no idea what was com- I made my husband take
ing. A million and one ques- the coffee cup and the lan-
ing. A million and one ques- yard along with his open
tions shot through my brain yard along with his open
all at one time. mind and his good attitude.
Most importantly, when I shopped for it .. he's tak-
are you leaving? What do mng it!
you take? What will you be Along with the list of
doing? Strangely, the items to bring was a section
answer I received from each labeled "uniforms." I'll
question was "I don't know." admit that when it comes to
Trying to make things a lit- uniforms I'm clueless, so I
tle simpler I thought per- setmy husband out on the
haps we should attack these task of making sure that the
questions one at a time. list was complete and that
The initial stage of the everything on it was ready.
deployment process is train- It's all about readiness.
ing with the Army. Don't The first item on the list
expect to find out which was a set of desert camou-
Army base right off the bat. flage uniforms (DCU) com-
First it was Fort Benning in plete with name, rank
Columbus, Ga. A week later insignia and warfare
it changed to Fort Bliss in El badges. Everything was
Paso, Texas, then to Fort purchased, sewn on and per-
Bragg in Fayetteville, N.C. fect ensuring that no one
At one point I think I even would ever see him in the
heard mention of Fort sand, an expense certainly
Wilderness at Disney World. worth every penny.
They ended up at Fort Those perfect DCU's are
Jackson in S.C. Don't book now hanging in my closet at
your plane ticket yet, they home. All of the IA's were
could be going anywhere issued uniforms at Fort
and you'll be at the Magic Jackson, complete with
Kingdom alone, name, rank insignia and
"When will you actually warfare badges.
be leaving?" I thought that Now, I'm not saying not to
was a relatively simple buy them, because there
question to answer. The were actually a few Sailors
answer continued to be "I going to the Horn of Africa
don't know," at least until who did wear their DCU's. I
the orders are received. No, guess that the sand in
not the first set of orders. Djibouti, Africa is different
Not even the second set of from the sand in Iraq. I
orders, the new modified don't know for sure, I've
orders or the re-modified never been" to either place.
orders. The last bit of enlighten-
We really weren't sure of ment that I can give is
anything until the final regarding the Sailors being
orders were received. At immersed with the Army.
first it was two weeks, then Expect "Hoo-ah!" as an
it was a month, then two answer to almost every-
months, then back to two thing.
weeks again. The lesson to They are now known as
be learned here is remain "Sailders in the NARMY . .
calm and keep your calen- A Fleet of One" and actually
dar open. They are not leav- have T-shirts to prove it. We
ing until they actually get to may not have a clue as to
the airport, get on the plane where they are going, when
and phone you from their they are leaving or what
destination, they are supposed to be
You'll know the final bringing with them but we
orders, they're the ones that do know one thing. They
they actually carry with are the best darn Sailors in
them on the plane, this man's Army. Hoo-ah!
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gets a



facelift
By LII(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer
he NAS Jacksonville Public
Works Department is removing
five condemned piers from the
station's shoreline and replacing
them with two upgraded piers that
base officials say will provide long-
lasting enjoyment to patrons and
employees for years to come.
"We were provided a budget to
improve areas of the NAS Jax shore-
line," said Lynn Dickenson, Facilities
Division project manager.
"We knew that we had to work on
the erosion problem on the northe north
shoreline that was caused by past
hurricanes. That area needed vegeta-
l:tion and gravel to be replaced so we
could get control of the erosion prob-
>,em out there. After the costs of that
-,project had been deducted from our
budget, we had enough left over to
replace only two of the 25-year-old
piers instead of the five that we had
l hoped for," Dickenson stated.
Commander, Navy Region South-
east Rear Adm. Mark Boensel and
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
SChip Dobson were set on ensuring
that the piers chosen to be rebuilt
would benefit the troops and their
families.
The project teamlooked at all of the
factors associated with reconstructing
Fisherman's Cove pier and the pier
p located across from the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville and presented
their ideas to base leaders.
"The location is ideal at both piers
for.maximum usage and there are
also pavilions and picnic areas with
ideal parking as well," said
h Dickenson.
SThe Facilities Division wasted no
time at all getting the upgrades
Sunderway. The pier at Fisherman's
: Cove is nearly complete. Both of the
-new piers will boast concrete con-,
struction pilings versus the old wood
o ,pilings and planks. They are also
' being constructed completely of alu-
f minum.
Construction of the new pier at the
hospital entrance will begin within


From TRICARE
Management Activity
M rore than $500 mil-
lion has been
saved through
improved formulary and
': contract management in
the first full year since the
Department of Defense
(DoD) began implementing
the Uniform Formulary
process to review and clas-
' sify prescription drugs. In
addition, since its deploy-
'l ment in 2001, the Pharma-
; cy Data Transaction Ser-
m vice (PDTS) has avoided
more than 171,000 poten-
tially life-threatening drug
interactions, according to
Dr. William Winkenwerder,
Jr., assistant secretary of
defense for health affairs.
"More than 2.1 million
prescriptions are filled in
the Military Health
System (MHS) during a


Photos by LII(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Members of the Ellis Environmental Group and Florida Rock Industries pour
cement into the area that will be a handicapped-accessible entrance to the new
pier at Fisherman's Cove.


The sign stating "Do not enter" warns people of the state of disrepair the current
piers are in. This particular pier will undergo complete reconstruction and is
located across from the Naval Hospital Jacksonville entrance on Mustin Road.


the week and according to Dickenson,
people can expect to enjoy the full
benefit of a brand new pier at
Fisherman's Cove within the next two
weeks. The pier is awaiting all of the
required, final walk-through inspec-
tions.
Johnny Buettgem of Navy
Computer Telecommunication Station
(NCTS), was enjoying a view of the
river while having lunch with some
co-workers.
He stated, "The new pier is
absolutely gorgeous. The previous
pier was a rickety, wooden mess and


what's out there now looks like it will
last forever."
Darrell Bullinger also of NCTS
commented, "It was a much needed
improvement to put a new pier out
here. It's safe now and the manatees
are going to enjoy playing around it."
Completion time for both of the
piers may vary due to events such as
weather or material availability.
However, you can expect to have full
use of Fisherman's Cove within three
weeks and the pier near the hospital
entrance should be finished within
the next three months.


typical week,",
Winkenwerder said.
"Since we began using the
Pharmacy Uniform Formu-
lary last year, we have
been able to move forward
rapidly to make prudent
decisions that protect our
beneficiaries' health and at
the same time save costs."
The Uniform Formulary,
implemented in 2005,
established a process that
places prescription drugs
into one of three cost-share
tiers, based upon their rel-
ative clinical and cost
effectiveness. "These phar-
macy decisions reflect our
strong interest in seeing
that our beneficiaries get
the medications they
need," Winkenwerder said.
"It is our goal to ensure
that the best balance of
efficacy and cost effective-
ness is accomplished."
The DoD Pharmacy and


Therapeutics (P&T) Com-
mittee meets quarterly to
recommend medications
for placement on the
Uniform Formulary or to
be non-formulary. The
group is made up of physi-
cians and pharmacists,
representatives from the
military services, the
Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA) and the Coast
Guard. Their recommenda-
tions are vetted with a
Beneficiary Advisory Panel


(BAP), whose membership
includes representatives of
active duty families and
retirees, civilian health
care professionals, and
TRICARE contractors.
The Uniform Formulary
is just one of several meas-
ures that DoD has imple-
mented over the past five
years to enhance quality
and reduce costs, according
to Capt. Tom McGinnis,

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CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


'The Mother of all Articles'
By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
OK, now that I have your attention allow me to pro-
ceed. The Persian Gulf War is still relatively fresh
in our minds.
As our armed forces mobilized a momentum started to
build up which we knew would reach a climax. You may
also remember that people tended to be more spiritual. The
old maxim, "there are no atheists in fox-
holes" rang truer in those days. As the
moment of ultimate confrontation
approached, the leader of Iraq, Saddam
Hussein, described the anticipated -
encounter as "The Mother of all Battles." .
When I first heard the expression I
couldn't help laughing. It sounded funny.
But let's look at the meaning of this ......
superlative expression. In this context it <' T
is pretty obvious that the use of the word r>
"mother" meant something along the lines Chaplain (It.)
of "overwhelming," "immense," "spectacu- Jose Molina
lar," "awesome."
Now, the word "mother" is worthy of those kinds of
thoughts. Motherhood truly defies comparison. I should think
that on Mothers Day, every chaplain across the land should
desire to write "The Mother of all Articles." I don't know if
you've noticed but mothers and chaplains have a great deal
in common. I know that I don't look like your mother but
both chaplains and mothers commit their lives to trying to
get people to do what they don't want to do in order that they
might become what they've always wanted to become.
Mothers are change agents and chaplains try to be.
Mothers and chaplains appreciate being affirmed and
recognized but think we would prefer that people follow
what we preach rather than honoring what we do.
Mothers and chaplains seek to nurture growth and per-
sonal development in those entrusted to us. The approach-
es are sometimes gentle, other times challenging and from
time to time disturbing. Mothers and chaplains may get
ignored and sometimes insulted but deep down inside
remains a genuine concern for the people around us. At
times a chaplain, like a mother, is not the best friend you
have. Sometimes he/she is the only friend you have.
But nothing truly and totally parallels the inimitable
reality of motherhood. I therefore celebrate this Mothers
Day weekend with a thankful heart for the gift of mother-
hood and the gifts that these special women have brought
to our lives. Mark Twain once said: "my mother had a
great deal of trouble with me. But I think she enjoyed it!"
What he meant was that she enjoyed the forgiving and
restoring. I can relate to this. From my mother I received
the gift of forgiveness. Indeed, I came to understand God's
capacity to forgive through my mother's enormous capaci-
ty to forgive me. Experiencing her forgiveness taught me
to live and grow with a sense of confidence and certainty
that everything was all right. I came to understand the
value of perseverance through a mother who would not
give up on her God-given responsibilities. She taught me a
few things about patience and spiritual endurance.
In William Gibson's classic work Mass For The Dead he
writes about the events surrounding his mother's demise.
After her death he yearned for the faith that upheld her
wonderful life. It was a faith that held-up during a diffi-
cult death. He took up her gold-rimmed glasses, her faded,
well used Bible and sat in her favorite chair. He wanted to
experience what had so deeply centered and empowered
her. Her impact profoundly influenced his life. That, my
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SP NC PICNIC


One of the "Pearls of the Pacific" performs a tradi-
tional hula.


Members of the three commands join to perform the "Cha Cha Slide."


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ByJO1(SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
NMSC PAO
H avy Medicine Support
Command (NMSC), Navy
Drug Screening Labora-
tory (NDSL), and the Disease
Vector Ecology and Control Cen-
ter (DVECC) took part in the an-
nual Spring Picnic adjacent to the
NDSL Building H2033 April 28.
This tri-command event is part
picnic and part sports competi-
tion with teams competing for a
coveted "gold cup" trophy. It was,
however, the performing hula
dancers, The Pearls of the Pacific,
that proved to be the stars of this
year's event. The island cuisine
came in a close second. NDSL's
Lee Williams and Ronnie Jackson


prepared two pigs, roasted
overnight on grills provided by
NAS Jacksonville Morale,
Recreation and Welfare (MWR)
Department.
It was a Hawaiian theme for
this year's event and nearly
everyone wore traditional flower
leis or grass skirts. The Pearls of
the Pacific, a group of young
ladies, performed traditional and
modern Hawaiian Hula dances to
ukulele music provided by the
house disc jockey, Conrad
Magune. Also contributing to the
island sounds was Darril
Edwards, a native of Trinidad
Tobago, who accompanied con-
temporary jazz and R&B music
on his steel pan drums. The com-
bined music truly set the Pacific


(From left) DVECC's Lt. Kathryn Barbara, NDSL's Carl Horn and NMSC's
starting gun on the sack race.
island tone for the picnic. second year after the volleyball
Among the sporting events team took the court for a "first to
were a volleyball elimination five" tie breaker against NDSL's
tournament and a challenging team. The victory was hard
sack race. The gold cup trophy fought as NMSC came from a
was retained by NMSC for the three point deficit to end the com-


HM2 Antoinette Wilson wait for the


The "Pearls of the Pacific" charmed everyone at the picnic with their hula dancing.


Lee Williams tends to grill duty.







JaxAlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 11, 2006


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From Page 8
the tone, the food was incredible, the hula dancers were
entertaining, and the competitive atmosphere was electric.
It was a fun, well-deserved afternoon away from the office.
It was a pleasure to see so many of Navy medicine's finest
enjoying the moment."
"Although, NMSC ended up retaining the trophy for the
second year, there's no doubt we were all winners. The
MWR committee members and those coming through at
the last minute need to be commended on putting together
a super afternoon. As Navy medicine continues to meet
the challenges that lie ahead, our Navy can take comfort
S,, "in knowing that
our medical
support servic-
es are handled
professionally
by the people
out here today,"
continued Cruz.


HMCM Enrique
Cruz (left),
Felix Nazareno
and Margaret
Reesey lead a
team cheer after
winning the
next-to-last game
of volleyball.


Sandy Banning, from Navy Medicine Support Command, tries to decide what to have for lunch.








10 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 11, 2006



Master chief visits NavHosp Jax


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
eep doing great stuff
and stay ready to
l .deploy. You came in to
go to war and I'm ready to get you
there!" That's the message Navy
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
(BUMED) Force Master Chief
(FMF/SS/SW) Robert Elliott
delivered to Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Sailors during a visit
here April 28.
Elliott noted that Sailors who
came in less than five years ago
came in knowing we would be at
war and that hospital corpsmen
knew they would deploy to war.
"Our job is to save Marines and
Sailors in combat. We need to be
proud of that because we do it
well. We do it better than it has
ever been done before. Both the
hospital corpsmen and the med-
ical support personnel who work
with them all "have a lot to be
proud of," he said.
Elliott, who has 25 years in the
Navy, became BUMED's Force
Master Chief in March. His naval
service has taken him from being
a general field corpsman to duty
as a surface nuclear medicine
technician and later submariner
duty as an independent duty
corpsman. He has served in such
locales as Korea, Thailand,
Australia and Kuwait. Just prior
reporting to BUMED he was the
Command Master Chief at
Medical Center, San Diego.
Elliott's remarks on deployment
were made during a Force Master
Chief's Call. During the one-on-
one with Elliott, Naval Hospital
and Branch Health Clinic person-
nel asked varied questions. Here
are some the topic highlights and
Elliott's answers:
Deployment length: "Four
months or a year, no one right
now can answer the question of
how long future deployments will
be," Elliott said reminding his
audience,. "This is a no joke war!
And we're going to do everything


we can to make it successful."
Navy rightsizing: "This will
continue," Elliott said, "because it
is the right thing to do." However,
he said, the Navy doesn't just
kick people out of the Navy to
meet quotas. "There is a planned
evolution to this." As far as early
outs he said, "You made a com-
mitment to your country. You
signed up to do a job and I think
you need to honor that commit-
ment."
Advancement opportunities:
Elliott said in the last cycle the
Navy made more third class petty
officers than in the previous two
cycles combined. Increases were
also seen in E8 and E9 advance-
ments, opening billets beneath
them for advancement. "I think
we will see an increase in promo-
tion for junior hospital corpsmen
and for junior Sailors," he said.
San Antonio Joint Forces med-
ical training: Medical training for
hospital corpsmen is moving to a
joint program in San Antonio. He
said the Air Force is insisting the
training be eligible for college
credits, a plus for all the other
services, including the Navy.
Aligning hospital corpsman
training with Army medic train-
ing: Elliott said that although
there have been rumors of
"changing Navy Corpsman train-
ing standards" to align with that
of other services that's not what's
happening.
The real story is that Navy
Corpsmen and Army medics have
different missions. Elliott doesn't
foresee a "purple shirt" medical
specialty for all services. "They'll
continue to train for their mission
and we'll train for our mission,"
he said.
Civilianizing billets: "We will
civilianize every billet we can," he
said, "if it is not a war-going bil-
let." Practically every billet in
Naval Hospital Jacksonville could
feasibly be civilianized, but
they're not, because most of them
are war-going deployment billets.
"We should never reduce one bil-


Photo by HM1 Michael Morgan
Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Force Master Chief CMC(FMF/SS/SW) Robert Elliott salutes the
National Ensign during colors at Naval Hospital Jacksonville April 28. Left to right is: Hospital Executive Officer
Capt. Elaine Wagner, Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Bono, hospital Command Master Chief
CMDCM(SW) Dennis Green and Elliott.


let that has anything
to do with defending
this nation," he said.
Service on the
homefront: While
he expects the
deployment demands
to step up, he also
spoke to those who
would continue to
deliver care at the
hospital and in the
branch health clin-
ics.
"I depend on you to
be there every day. It
is important to that
deployed service
member to know
that his or her son,
daughter, husband or
wife is being taken
care of. What you do
everyday is impor-
tant. And I appreci-
ate that every day."


Photo by HM3 Dulce Perezroman
Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Force Master Chief CMC(FMF/SS/SW)
Robert Elliott talks with Sailors at a Force Master Chief's Call at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville April 28. Also connected via video-teleconference were Sailors from the
seven Georgia and Florida Branch Health Clinics under the hospital's cognizance.


Naval Hospital Jacksonville is hot on ICE


By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Marketing
In an ongoing effort to
be First in Service,
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville is looking at ways
to better assess patients'
needs and satisfaction lev-
els. One initiative that will
allow patients to evaluate
the health care services
they receive is the Inter-
active Customer Evalua-
tion (ICE) System.


ICE is a web-based tool
for collecting feedback
about the services provided
at the hospital or one of its
branch health clinics.
It allows patients to sub-
mit dnline comment cards
to rate the health care serv-
ices received during a
recent visit or inpatient
stay. ICE also provides
patients with general infor-
mation such as location,
hours of operation and
answers to frequently
asked questions.


The ICE system gener-
ates reports, allowing the
hospital's management
teams to monitor customer
satisfaction in their areas
of responsibility. This feed-
back will provide timely
information and enable
staff to take corrective
action as needed. Patients
will also be able to view a
"report card" to see how
patients perceive the care
they are receiving.
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Director for Health


HEALTH NOTES


Make it an 'all-year' resolution


Care Operations Cmdr.
Kathryn Summers feels the
ICE system will give
patients another venue to
tell us how we are doing.
She said, "ICE will allow us
to receive candid input
from our patients and tailor
our services to meet their
needs. ICE is a clear signal
to our patients that cus-
tomer service is a top prior-
ity for the entire staff."
ICE will be available on
the hospital's Web site June
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regular exercise is one of the most impor-
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Decreased Blood Pressure.
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what's the point?" the fact is you do not
have to do massive amounts of exercise to
enjoy its benefits. All you need is to include
30-60 minutes of exercise four to six days a
week. Half of those days should be cardio-
vascular exercise, such as walking, running,
cycling, climbing stairs, or dancing. That's
right! You don't have to run! You can walk
at a brisk pace, go dancing, or roller blading
and still enjoy the benefits. The important
point is that you raise your heart rate to 60-
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By O1(SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
NMSC PAO
Navy Medicine Support Com-
mand (NMSC) hosted a board
of director's meeting April 19-
20 Building H2036. This was the first
board of director's meeting held in
Jacksonville for the newly formed
Navy Medicine Echelon III command
based at NAS Jax.
Members in attendance included
Rear Adm. Carol Turner, commander,
Navy Medicine Support Command,
William Lorenzen, NMSC chief of
staff and the commanding officers of
all five subordinate commands.
Navy Medicine Support Command
is one of four regional Echelon III
commands recently created in Navy
medicine. The other three are Navy
Medicine East in Norfolk, Va., Navy
Medicine West in San Diego and the
National Capital Region in
Washington DC.
"This Navy Medicine Support
Command is very unique. Unlike
Navy Medicine East,
Navy Medicine West and National
Capital Region, we do not have med-
ical treatment commands consisting
of medical treatment facilities and
Navy clinics. The five commands
under our umbrella are those whose
primary mission is medical and
research support," explained Turner.
The five subordinate commands
under NMSC constitute the environ-
mental health/preventive medicine,
research, logistics, information tech-
nologies, and training branches of


Photo by J01 (SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
(From left) Members of the Navy Medicine Support Command's Board of Directors
includes: Capt. Greg Kuhn, commanding officer, Naval Medical Logistics
Command; Capt. Tom McGue, deputy commander, Navy Medical Education and
Training Command; Capt. Ernest Anastos, commanding officer, Naval Medical
Information Management Center; Rear Adm. Carol Turner, commander, Navy
Medicine Support Command; Capt. Ed Antosek, commanding officer, Naval
Medical Research Center; William Lorenzen, chief of staff, Navy Medicine Support
Command; Capt. Roberto Quinones, prospective commanding officer, Navy
Medical Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education Command; Capt. Dave
Hiland, commanding officer, Naval Environmental Health Center and Capt.
William Stover, prospective commanding officer, Naval Environmental Health
Center.


Navy medicine.
Where the Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery establishes the policies for
the medical functions, NMSC and its
subordinate commands execute those
policies in the support they provide to
the Navy medicine infrastructure and
operational forces.


The five subordinate commands
under NMSC include: Navy Environ-
mental Health Center, Navy Medical
Logistics Command, Naval Medical
Research Center, Navy Medicine
Information Management Center and
Navy Medical Education and
Training Command.


Eagle Award
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck
Tamblyn (right) presents the Commanding
Officer's Eagle of Excellence Award to Tim
Jeror, BMT Designers & Planners, Inc., SE recre-
ation and traffic specialist, for his outstanding
performance while facilitating the mandatory
driving improvement course aboard the base.
"Since the beginning of the year more than 600
personnel aboard the base have attended Tim's
class and the feedback on the comment cards
has been outstanding. He has done a great job
and we congratulate and thank him," Tamblyn
said during a ceremony held at the Officers'
Club May 3.


Photo by PH2(AW/SW) Lynn Friant


Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 11, 2006 11

HEALTH NOTES: Continued

From Page 10
It's OK if you can't fit a solid 30-60 minutes into your
schedule. Exercise is cumulative throughout the day.
Start by taking the stairs instead of the elevator. Go for a
walk during your lunch break. Park your car farther away
from work. Do your house or yard work at a fast pace (sit-
ting on a lawnmower does not count!i. If you find a way to
make exercise part of your daily routine like brushing
your teeth, it will become a habit.
Some people may be motivated to not "waste their
money" by paying to join a gym If you can relate then you
should consider it an investment in your future. If you
cannot afford to join a gym, there is a great gym here on
base. Right next door is also the Wellness Center. an
amazing resource. They have a machine called the "Bod
Pod," which measures your body fat percentage, (a more
valid indicator of physical fitness than actual weight). The
physical trainers there can help you develop a personal
exercise program and get you started. You then follow-up
in 3-6 months and see the wonderful progress you have
made.
Tips for maintaining your exercise routine year-round
include:
Exercise with a partner of similar fitness level. You
can motivate each other and you are less likely to find
excuses not to exercise.
Join a team. Instead of one partner you have five or
more. Now you really don't want to be the one person who
doesn't show up!
1 Do something you like. If you hate running, or are
afraid of bikes, do something else. Swim. Play tennis or
basketball. Take a walk in the woods, If you enjoy the
activity, you're more likely to want to go.
Vary your routine. Even if you love swimming, you
may get bored if that's all you do. Add a hike or dancing a
couple of days a week.
Choose an activity that matches your fitness level. If
you've been sedentary for the last 10 years. don't plan on
running the Marine Corps Marathon. If you have arthri-
tis, try swimming instead of running on pavement.
If you are young, healthy, with no medical problems and
not pregnant, you can start an exercise program right
away. Otherwise you should discuss it with your doctor
first. It is just a matter of finding the'exercise program
that is right for you and sticking to it.
This article is one of a series of health-care related articles pub-
lished by the Department of Family Practice Residency Training
Program at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. Dr. Jacqueline Lammn
received her medical degree from the Uniformed Services
University of Health Sciences. She is presently a physician in the
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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson and Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit Two Zero Two (CBMU-202) Project Supervisor EO1 Thomas Bonacci (cen-
ter) cut the ribbon to officially open the new Morale, Welfare and Recreation storage lot May
2, Joining them from left are: E02 Curtis Wilson, Crew Leader E02 Destin Brown, E02 John
Elnewold, MWR Maintenance Manager Mark Craig, MWR Communities Activities Director
Bret Tracy and EO3 Quindell Wilson.


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By PH2 (AW/NAC) Lynn Friant
Stkff Writer
N AS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson, Morale Welfare
Recreation (MWR) Community
Activities Director Bret Tracey, MWR
Maintenance Director Mark Craig and
members of Construction Battalion
Maintenance Unit Two Zero Two (CBMU
202) gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremo-
ny at NAS Jacksonville May 2 to open the
newly renovated Automotive Storage Lot.
The lot has been relocated off Seabee
Drive next to the NAS Jacksonville
Waterfront Brig. CBMU 202 crew members
EO1 Thomas Bonacci, EO2 Destin Brown,
E02 Curtis Wilson, E02 John Enewold
and EO3 Quindell Wilson transformed a
25;000-sq. foot old abandoned mobile home
park into the new Automotive Storage Lot.
:The Seabees removed 20 secondary feed
electrical poles and all buried electrical
utilities cut off at ground level, cut the
plumbing utility hook ups at ground level
and abstracted 200 linear feet of chain link
fence and poles during construction of the
lot. They then cleared and leveled the area
byr excavating 30 full-grown trees and 331
cbic yards of scrub before distributing
nearly 2,500 tons of white rock throughout
the project area.
"The guys really enjoyed the project. It
gave them a lot more experience on the
bulldozer and horizontal practice,"
explained EOC John Tyson, operation chief
of CBMU-202.
:"On shore duty, equipment: operators


usually don't get a chance to work on road
projects requiring the usage of heavy-duty
machinery," he continued. "Therefore, any-
time we have a project like the storage
facility, which requires clearing brush and
road work, it's good for the guys so they
can. hone their skills before they go back to
a battalion."
The new lot will provide active duty and
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access to a secured lot via an electronic
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and jet skis. Before storing watercraft in
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proof of insurance, registration and govr-
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additional slots for the sale of their cars,
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the long waiting period experienced in the
past.
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his year's 15th annu-
al NMCRS Benefit
Golf Tournament will
be held May 25. The cost is
$80, which includes green
and cart fees. Outback
Steakhouse is providing
lunch.
"It's a great way to raise
money for a great charita-
ble organization," said
Tournament Director Lt.
Ryan Lilley of VP-30.
Last year's Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Golf Benefit was
a huge success. The
Jacksonville area NMCRS
Golf Benefit Committee
nearly doubled the 2004
effort by raising $60,000
through corporate generosi-
ty. All contributions benefit-
ed local Sailors and
Marines at NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga.
The NMCRS was founded
in World War II with a fed-
eral bond. The interest on
that bond pays for the oper-
ating expenses of the chari-
ty today. Every penny
donated goes directly to the
Sailors and Marines in
need of financial assis-
tance.
There are not too many
charities that have their-
annual expenses covered so
that 100 percent of the
charitable donations go to
where it is needed most to
Sailors and Marines in
need.
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million military personnel
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of the consumer power in
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nesses welcome the oppor-
tunity to give back to the
men and women who
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committee was fortunate to
grow its 2005 event to 24
corporate sponsors.
Sponsors include:
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Support Program is the
foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of per-
sonal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accommo-
dations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in May:
May 13-16, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
(Separating)
May 22-25, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
(Retiring)
May 23, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management
Workshop
May 30,9 a.m. noon -
Anger Management
Workshop
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.


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ERAU offers classes on base


From the Navy College Office
E mbry-Riddle Aeronautical Univer-
sity (ERAU) offers a wide variety of
programs to meet the needs of mili-
tary personnel, families and friends. ERAU
currently offers the following undergradu-
ate programs: Associate of Science in
Professional Aeronautics, Associate of
Science in Technical Management,
Bachelor of Science in Professional
Aeronautics, and a Bachelor of Science in
Technical Management.
In addition ERAU offers graduate pro-
grams in Aeronautical Science and the
Master of Science in Management. Both
graduate programs offer specializations in
logistics, air transportation management,


industrial management, aerospace securi-
ty, aviation enterprises in the global envi-
ronment as well as a general management
option.
For those who seek only certification the
following certificate programs are avail-
able: aviation safety, space studies, supply
chain management, aviation maintenance
technology and logistics. All courses are
available online in distance learning for-
mat as well as on the base in the tradition-
al classroom arrangement. To meet the
adult learner's needs we offer five terms
per year in a nine-week layout.
The next term begins May 30.
Registration is on going. For further infor-
mation, please contact ERAU's local office
in Building 110 or call 779-0246.


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Undergraduate schedule (May 30-July 31)
Course Title Day Time Building
Math 211 Statistics w/Aviation M 5-9:45 p.m. Building 110
Math 211 Statistics w/ Aviation W 5-9:45 p.m. Building 110
Mgmt 201 Principles of Mgmt. W 5-9:45 p.m. Cnattu Room 501
Mgmt 408 Airport Mgmt. T 5-9:45 p.m. Cnattu Room 501
Mgmt 421 Small Business Mgmt T 5-9:45 p.m. Cnattu Room 103
Mgmt 436 Strategic Mgmt. F 5-9:45 p.m. Building 110
Phys 102 Explorations in Physics S 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Building 110
Sfty 409 Aviation Safety T 5-9:45 p.m. Cnattu Room 103
Sfty 440 System Safety Mgmt. W 5-9:45 p.m. Cnattu Room 103
Mgmt 425 Trends and Current Problems M 5-9:45 p.m. Cnattu Room 103
Graduate Schedule (May 30 July 31)
Course Title Day Time Building
ASCI 603 Aircraft and Spacecraft Dev. F 5-9:45 p.m. Building 110
ASCI 609 Aircraft Maintenance Mgmt. TBA 5-9:45 p.m. TBA
SASCI 645 Airport Ops and Mgmt. TH 5-9:45 Building 110



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Students assigned to the "Pro's Nest" of VP-30, participate in daily mandated personal fitness
training at NAS Jacksonville.

CNP guidance for fitness policy amplified


By Lt. Sarah Self-Kyler
Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs
Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm.
John Harvey Jr. provided detailed
guidance April 27 on administrative
.procedures for Physical Fitness Assess-
ment (PFA) failures. The new procedures,
which apply to Sailors who have failed the
PFA three or more times in four years, were
designed to further enforce PFA standards
and improve Sailor readiness.
: NAVADMIN 120-06, released to augment
OPNAVINST 6110.1H, gives commanding
-officers (CO) the authority to submit
-waivers for Sailors showing progress or
whose loss they determine would signifi-
cantly reduce a command's readiness.
"These rules elevate the accountability for
our COs to enforce the established stan-
'dards," Harvey said. "We must adapt our
'policy to reflect the demands of a worldwide
deployable force and demand that' our
Sailors are always physically fit and ready
'to deploy."
The naval message authorizes command-
*ing officers the opportunity to submit two
types of waivers a waiver for progress or a
waiver for readiness.
To show reasonable progress, Sailors
-must be enrolled in their command's
-Fitness Enhancement Program (FEP) and
demonstrate an increase in the number of
push-ups and curl-ups they can do, as well
-as a decrease in the time for the run or
,swim. Exact criteria can be found in the
revised OPNAVINST 6110.1H.
A waiver for readiness may be requested
for a Sailor whose loss may impact fleet,
-unit or a specific community's readiness.
"Fitness is a readiness issue," said
Harvey. "Commanders have been chal-
lenged to foster a positive fitness culture,
.and Sailors will be challenged to live this
'culture and help their shipmates meet the
standard."


Beyond giving commanders the authority
to initiate administrative separation proce-
dures for those who failed the PFA, the
OPNAV instruction, released in August
2005, stresses the importance of leader-
ship's role in the physical readiness pro-
gram, and in encouraging Sailors to pursue
fit lifestyles. It calls for time for physical
training during the workweek and evalua-
tion of the program to ensure compliance
with testing and reporting, FEP and other
aspects of the program.
Commanders are directed to treat physi-
cal readiness as they do retention and attri-
tion in fitness reports on their subordinate
officers and senior enlisted leaders.
Officers and enlisted who failed their
most recent PFA will be ineligible for pro-
motion, advancement or frocking under
these changes. They also must be entered
into the FEP until the next official PFA.
Monthly mock-PFAs provide opportuni-
ties to regain eligibility for promotion or
advancement, which is reinstated once a
Sailor meets PFA requirements. Enrollment
in FEP remains mandatory until the Sailor
passes the official PFA.
Commanders will also have the authority
to waive body composition assessment up to
the Department of Defense maximum stan-
dard of 26 percent for males and 36 percent
for females for those Sailors who score "out-
standing" or "excellent" overall with no sub-
scores below "good," and also present a neat,
professional military appearance.
The detailed changes reflected in
OPNAVINST 6110.1H are available on the
Navy Physical Readiness Program Web site
at www.npc.navy.mil/commandsupport/phy-
sicalreadiness. This site also contains other
fitness, nutrition, and weight management
references.
For more information on the PRP
changes, see NAVADMIN 180-05 and 120-
06 available at www.npc.navy.mil.


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Photo by PH3 Clarck Desire
Cmdr. Stuart Alexander, officer in charge, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jacksonville, talks to a group of children at Timucuan Elementary School
after a flag raising ceremony at the school April 28.


Navy Yacht Club's race season begins in May


From the Navy ax Yacht
Club

he Navy Jax Yacht
Club (NJYC) will
begin their racing
season next month with a
series of regattas. These
regattas consist of several.
different classes of races.
There are plenty of oppor-
tunities for everyone to
take part in these events
and enjoy a day on the
water.
The following regattas
are planned for this year:
Wave Regatta Saturday.
Registration starts at 9
a.m., a captain's meeting
will be held at noon and the
race begins at 1 p.m. This is
the first in a series of four
regattas put on by First



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This one is being hosted by
NJYC. There are two divi-
sions and all women's
crew and a crew of 50 per-
cent women.
Armed Forces Day
Regatta May 20.
Registration starts at 9
a.m., a captain's meeting
will be held at noon and the
race begins at 1 p.m. This


regatta will have two divi-
sions one for cruisers and
one for one-designs, lasers,
Flying Scots, etc.
Anyone who would like to
be part of these events can
come crew or use one from
the Mulberry Cove Marina.
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Kayak, fishing tourney to help kids


From Staff
More than 200 kayak anglers
will take to local waters May
20 in the world's largest
kayak fishing tournament.
In its third year, the fun, conserva-
tion-oriented event has grown rapidly
each year and become a major
fundraiser for daniel kids, said Jim
Clark, president and CEO of daniel.
"The tournament showcases
Jacksonville's tremendous natural
resources and provides, a great venue


for people to have fun while helping
improve the odds for local kids
through daniel," Clark said.
The captain's meeting will be May
19 at Jacksonville's Strike-Zone
Fishing Center. Check-in, awards cer-
emonies and a banquet are set for
May 20 at Sneakers Sports Grille in
Jacksonville Beach.
Fisherman can register online at
www.danielkids.org http://www.
danielkids.org/ or at www.
JaxKayakFishing.com http://www.
jaxkayakfishing.com/. They can also


pick up an entry form at any of the
sponsors' locations listed on these
Web sites.
daniel is Florida's oldest not-for-
profit child-serving agency. Originally
established in 1884 as an orphanage,
daniel has a national reputation for
providing innovative programs and
services, on a daily basis, to more
than 1,000 children, families and
other youth-serving organizations.
For more information, contact John
Daigle 262-0805.


HELPING HANDS


USO Welcome Center
Volunteers are needed to man the USO
Welcome Center at Jacksonville
International Airport. A variety of shift times
are available. Call Lynne at 305-4467 or
email lynne@usojax.com for more details.

HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers
for various construction projects. For more
information, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax Home Store
also needs help coordinating donated mate-
rials and furniture. Call 722-0737.


Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc.,
serves Green Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights and Penney
Farms. Volunteers are needed Tuesday
through Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information, call Gamble
Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524.

Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the Beaches
Convention and Visitor's Bureau is looking
for volunteers to meet and greet visitors to
the Jacksonville area. For more information,
call Patti O'Neal at 421-9158.


MONEYMAN: Beware of predatory lenders
From Page 2 our spouses and other family
members.
Navy leadership, at all levels, Information about the dangers
must encourage Sailors to seek and consequences of short-term,
legal assistance prior to signing high-interest loans is available
loan documents or other finan- at www.nko.navy.mil and
cial-related contracts. We must www.ifelines.navymil Web sites.
encourage our shipmates who are
using predatory loans to stop To those of you who are CFCs,
and, when necessary, seek imme- your work is essential. You are on
diate assistance from the Navy's the front lines in the battle
available resources to stabilize against predatory loans and your
their personal finances, continued efforts to educate
Each of us has probably experi- members of your command on
enced a financial hardship at one this issue are critical to achieve
time or another in our lives, success.
There is no shame in discussing Continued focus on personal
or seeking help from your ship- financial management training,
mates and leader to ask for assis- combined with Sailors regularly
It is better to ask for assis-
tance before some relatively taking advantage of navy legal
minor financial issue becomes a service office free legal assistance
serious difficulty in your personal before signing a loan agreement
and professional life. Additionally, will inhibit the use of predatory
we must discuss the dangers and loans and improve personal and
available assistance/res-ources family readiness as well as mis-
related to predatory loans with sion readiness.


Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Docent Corps needs you! Volunteers are
needed to dedicate one morning each week
to give school tours. The Cummer Docent
Corps provides an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From monthly
training lectures to the finished tour, docents
use a combination of important historical
information and good humor to bring works
of art to life. If you are interested in volun-
teering, please contact Susan Gallo by
phone at 899-6006 or by e-mail at
sgallo@cummer.org.


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies
By Linda Brown
NMCRS
The Navy Marine Corp Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax offers Budget for
Babies classes the first and third
Wednesday of each month. These comprehen-
sive classes are available to all military per-
sonnel and their family members. Participa-
tion of both parents is encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and finan-
cial planner helps the expecting parents pre-
pare a budget for baby from birth through col-
lege. He offers money saving tips for buying
baby's first items such as furniture, car seats,
carriers and strollers. Retirement planning
for parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the class each family is
given "baby's first sea bag", valued at $100. The
sturdy canvas bag contains a Gerber layette
and a blanket knitted by NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in Building
13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the first
Wednesday of each month and from 6-8 p.m.
on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call
542-3515.


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Quitting smoking "cold turkey" involves more
than most people are ready for. We can
help make the process a little easier.
The Wellness Center provides
education and counseling weekly.
Classes Mondays at 9 a.m.
Tuesday at 1 p.m.
No appointment required.

Call us at 542-5292 for more information.

Much Ado About Books 2006

includes focus on military writers


From Staff
The annual Much Ado
About Books literary
festival includes a
special emphasis on mili-
tary writers and topics.
From Naval attacks in
Vietnam to the lives of
American soldiers, in Iraq,
those who enjoy this genre
of non-fiction will find
much to enjoy at this free
event Saturday in down-
town Jacksonville.
Among the more than 40
featured authors at this
year's festival will be Carol
Reardon, who wrote
"Launch the Intruders, a
Naval Attack Squadron in
the Vietnam War, 1972," as
well as "Pickett's Charge in
History and Memory" and
"Soldiers and Scholars: The


U.S. Army and the Uses of
Military History, 1865-
1920." Author John
Crawford, who wrote "The
Last True Story I'll Ever
Tell, Biography of a U.S.
Soldier in Iraq" will also be
available to discuss his
work and sign copies.
Attendees at the day-long
event at the Hyatt Hotel
will be able to interact with
more than 40 authors.
Young children will enjoy
the festival's Children's
Chapter. Attendees can
also browse books and par-
ticipate in more than 25
free panel sessions with
authors who will be avail-
able for book signing.
For more information,
call 630-1995 or visit www.
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For more information call
542-2930.
Swim Lesson
Registration Outdoor Pool
May 20, 8 a.m.
Classes available for
infants to adults.
$30 for military, $35 for
Department of Defense.


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

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

Free kayak and canoe
rental on Thursday's for
active duty. Call 542-3260.


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

Family Day
Every Sunday
11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and
soft drink for $5

Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday
Includes shoe rental
6-10 p.m.


Call 542-3521 for more'
information.

BINGO
Lunch BINGO Monday-
Friday at 11:30 a.m.


Get youl
From MWR Marketing

T tomorrow is Military
Daytona Day at NAS
Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Inform-
ation, Tickets and Tour
(I.T.T.) Office. Stop by the
I.T.T. office to purchase
your tickets and enter to
win NASCAR and Daytona
International Speedway
prizes.


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.

12-Week Summer Slim
Down Challenge
June 19 Sept. 8
12 week, 36-workout
,challenge
Prizes awarded!


For more information
about I.T.T. trips or ticket
prices, please call 542-3318.

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
NMilitary Nights May 20,
June 11, July 7 and Aug.
10.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque


St. Simons Island
May 20
Adults $31, Children
(under 11) $28
Includes guided tour,
lighthouse admission, and
transportation.
Trip deadline is May 15!

Orlando Shopping Trip in-
its place.
July 8
$20/person
Sign-up by July 5 or until



Pepsi 40
The Pepsi 400 is July 1 at
7:55 p.m. Ticket prices are:
All American Offer (Lund
Grandstand and one Pepsi
400 T-shirt) $56.75
Bird's Eye View
(Superstretch Terrace) $67
From the Turns Oldfield
Seat) $56.75
Fan Zone (Pre-race
pass) $46.50
Pepsi 400 Keech Box tick-
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Movies are shown at the
base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call
542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. -
Casanova (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Chicken
Little (G).
Saturday, 7 p.m. Memoirs
of a Geisha (PG-13)
May 19, 7 p.m.-- King Kong
.(PG-13)
May 26, 7 p.m. Tristan


The NAS jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department Outdoor
Pool is currently under-
going a major renova-
tion. "We sand blasted
the entire pool and the
kiddie pool, taking off
10 layers of paint, pres-
sure washed it and put
bond coat down," said
NAS Jax Facilities
Manager Lynn Dickin-
son. "All the lane lines
are now tiled as well as
the trim all the way
around. The pool is also
being marcited. It's
'going to be a much bet-
ter looking pool." The
Herrera Construction
Company is overseeing
project which cost
approximately
$200,000. The project is
expected to be complet-
ed by May 15, just in
time for the grand open-
ing Memorial Day week-
end.


filled. and Isolde (PG-13)
Visit the Millennium May 27, 5 p.m. -
Mall and Premium Outlets. Hoodwinked (PG-13)


Trips, activities and costs
may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied
active duty members. Call
the Liberty Cove Recreation
Center for more details,
542-3491.

Mall & Mo\ie Trip
Saturday.
Orange Park Mall &
AMC Theater
Free

Comedy Zone Trip
May 18
Free appetizers and
admission.

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
Concert
May 29
$50. includes ticket and
transportation.


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 23 for active duty.
Today and May 25 for
retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

Professional Golfer's
Association free lesson
month.
Select professional staff
will be offering complimen-
tary 10-15 minute lessons.
Every Wednesday in May,
11 a.m. 4 p.m.


Call 777-8549 for more
information.



For more information on
Youth Activities call 778-
9772.

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


10 tickets at I.T.T.
office June 15 at 9 a.m. from NAS Jacksonville at 1
Sign-up to take the I.T.T. p.m. on race day.
but's to Daytona for only For more information,
$12. The bus will depart call 542-3318.


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MAI(AW)
Kimberly
Hayslip and
MA (SW/AW)
Jose Bayona of
the NAS Jax
Security
Department,
load boxes of
books into an
awaiting van
during the First
Book event
sponsored by
The Jaguars
Foundation at
Alltel Stadium
May 4.


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
(From left) MA1(SW) Jimmy Smith, MA1(AW/SW) Melisa Partin and MA1(SW/AW) Jose
Bayona check their lists to ensure the books are properly packed before the boxes are sealed.

VOLUNTEERS: Over 40 million books donated


From Page 1
contact the USO. We have
a great partnership with
them. We sponsor a pro-
gram called Sailor's
Aweigh and provide tickets
to Jaguars games to the
families of deployed mili-
tary members and whenev-
er I need them, they send
us help," added Tabet.
"The military members
are great workers and we
are really to have them
here. They are always will-
ing to step up and help
out," he continued.
"I heard about this event
from the emails that the
NAS Jax USO sends out
each week. I volunteer
quite a bit in the
Jacksonville area and
thought this would be a
great thing for our com-
mand to do. After putting
the out the call for help, I
had a group of volunteers
willing to help out," said
MA1(SW/AW) Quincy
Williams, volunteer coordi-
nator for the department.
"Our department volun-
teers quite a bit on base


Rally Jacksonville Community Outreach Manager Kristen Key
explains how to sort and package books to MAC(SW) Blake
Cunningham of the NAS Jax Security Department during the
First Book event May 4 at Alltel Stadium.


and within the community.
We participated in the car-
nival on base last month
and have done some Paint
the Town and HabiJax
projects. It's great to know
that we are helping other
people."
This year's book drive
will put 100,000 new books
into the hands of children
in the community. "This


annual event is a means of
expanding their home
libraries and a way to
encourage children and
their parents to read
together. Since we began
this event in 2003, we've
teamed up with numerous
agencies to make it more
successful," explained
Tabet.
"When Mayor Peyton


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From left, GSM1 (SW) Johnny Thacker, MA3 Jennifer Wright and MASN William Zito ensure
the boxes of books are sealed and properly marked with the designated school name.


created his Rally Jackson-
ville Program, we decided
to team up with them, in
an effort to help him reach
his goal of 1 million books
to children. The synergy


was good so this is the
third year we've combined
efforts."
First Book was founded
in 1992 when they distrib-
uted 12,000 books to three


communities. Since then,
they have distributed more
than 40 million books to
children in over 1,300 com-
munities around the coun-
try.


TRICARE: New initiative reduces fraud, abuse


From Page 7
TRICARE chief pharmaceutical officer.
"Savings have also come from DoD/VA
pursuing joint contracts for our pharmacy
programs. In fiscal 2007, it is estimated
that we will save nearly $200 million
alone by using joint national contracts,"
he said.
A critical component to the success of
the pharmacy program is the implemen-
tation of federal pricing. "We currently
receive federal price discounts for pre-
scriptions dispensed through our military
hospitals and clinics, and our mail order
program," Winkenwerder said. "We also
believe that federal pricing authority
extends to the pharmacy retail network.
The pharmaceutical companies disagree,
and an organization representing their
interests has filed suit against us. This is
unfortunate. We are trying to get this
resolved because the financial benefits to
the department and the taxpayers are
considerable."
Beneficiaries are also being encouraged
to use the TRICARE Mail Order
Pharmacy program for their maintenance
medications because they will save money
and it is convenient. "Mail order is a
win/win because it reduces the depart-
ment's costs dramatically, while offering
maintenance medications to our benefici-
aries for reductions from what they are
paying to the retailers," he said.
"The program is perfectly safe and con-
venient and the prescriptions are deliv-
ered directly to your home," McGinnis
said. The department is launching a mar-
keting campaign to encourage more TRI-
CARE beneficiaries to use mail order.
"Beneficiaries can access a registered
pharmacist at any time via a toll-free
number to answer any questions they
have about their prescriptions," he added.
In 2001, DoD implemented, a new cut-
ting-edge, off-the-shelf software program
for physicians and pharmacists called
Pharmacy Data Transcription Services
(PDTS), it has improved the quality of
DoD prescription services and enhanced
patient safety by reducing the likelihood
of adverse drug interactions and duplicate
treatments. With each new or refill pre-
scription, a screen automatically checks
the prescription against the beneficiary's


complete medication history before it is
dispensed. This is a transparent online
activity that occurs in the background for
health care providers.
"PDTS has resulted in much higher
quality medical care not only for DoD
beneficiaries, but for many other
Americans as well," McGinnis said.
"PDTS is the first data system to central-
ize such information and make it avail-
able through the entire community of
TRICARE providers."
This initiative prompted civilian med-
ical facilities and pharmacies nationwide
to use adverse event screening software.
"For the Military Health System, it has
reduced fraud and abuse, created better
management reporting, saved money
through the avoidance of adverse events
because they cost money to treat and
most important, PDTS has increased
patient safety," McGinnis said.
DoD is planning to implement other ini-
tiatives to manage costs of the pharmacy
benefit so that it can be sustained into the
future. In February, as part of the
President's budget for 2007, the depart-
ment rolled out some modest pharmacy
cost share increases.
"There will be no fee changes whatsoev-
er for the active duty service member,"
Winkenwerder said. "For all other benefi-
ciaries including those aged 65 and over,
there will be no pharmaceutical co-pays in
military clinics and zero co-pays for mail
order generic medications. However,
there will be increases in retail pharmacy
co-pays and higher co-pays for a few non-
covered medications."
BG Elder Granger, deputy director of
TRICARE, is proud of the DoD Pharmacy
Program and its great strides. "These
health benefits our military community
enjoys have been earned and are richly
deserved," he said. "We are committed to
sustaining this world-class health system
by placing it on a sound fiscal foundation
for the long-term."
For more information on the uniform
formulary, visit TRICARE's Web site at
www. tricare.osd.mil/pharmacy/unifjform.
cfm.


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If you are an off-base
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This program is for


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


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
selective reservists. The meeting will be held at
11:30 a.m. on the deck outside Mulligan's at the
golf course. Commands having their athletic offi-
cer or designated representative attend the meet-
ing will receive five Captain's Cup points. All inter-
ested personnel should attend the meeting to dis-
cuss rules and to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Greybeard and intramural
basketball league meetings slated
The Greybeard League is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists age 30 and up. The
Greybeard meeting will be held at 11:30 a.n. and
the intramural meeting will be held at noon.\ The
meetings will be held in Building 850. All interest-
ed personnel should attend the meeting to dis-
cuss 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 selective reservists. Commands
having their athletic officer or designated repre-
sentative 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 Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races. Uniforms are pro-
vided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike

For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-
9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice 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 Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park
Library, 22054 Plainfield
Avenue in Orange Park. For
more information, call 276-
9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general 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.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding


Greybeard Softball Standings
As of May 5
Team Wins Losses
CSCWL 10 0
VP-30 8 2
VP-62 3 6
CNATTU 4 7
AIMD 2 8
Sand Volleyball Standings


Team
VP-62
GEMD Alpha.
CNATTU (1)
CNATTU (2)
AIMD(1)
GEMD Bravo
AIMD(2)
SRSS
SERCC
Intramural

Team
VP-45
Naval Hospital
VP-30 O's
VS-31
AIMD
VS-22
VP-30 E's
Women's S

Team
Lady Divas
TPU
VP-16
Naval Hospital
Intramural

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


As of May 5
Wins Losses
9 0
8 1
5 4
5 4
4 5
4 5
4 6
1 5
0 7
Soccer Standings
As of May 5
Wins Losses Ties
5 0 2
6 1 1
4 3 0
1 3 2
3 4 1
0 1 0
0 5 2
softball Standings
As of May 5
Wins Losses
6 0
3 3
2 4
1 5
Softball Standings
As of May 5
Wins Losses
14 0
11 2
10 2
10 3
9 3
4 3
8 5
8 5
6 5
9 6
9 6
8 6
3 5
4 7
6 8
4 9
1 11
2 13
1 13
1 13


Photo courtesy of Navy Recruiting Command
Mark McFarland will drive the No. 88 Navy "Accelerate Your Life" Monte Carlo in the
Diamond Hill Plywood 200 tomorrow night.


No. 88 'accelerates' to Darlington


By Jeffrey Nichols
Commander Navy Recruiting Command Public Affairs
The No. 88 Navy "Accelerate Your Life"
Monte Carlo heads to the Darlington
Raceway May 12 to participate in the
Diamond Hill Plywood 200 in Darlington,
S.C.
Driver Mark McFarland will be at the
wheel of Dale Earnhardt, Jr.'s JR
Motorsports-owned No. 88 Navy
"Accelerate Your Life" Monte Carlo.
The fleet honoree for the race will be the
VF-213A Fighting Blacklions.
As of the Talladega, Ala. race April 29,
McFarland has moved up to 18th in the
Busch Series standings. McFarland began
the Talledaga race in the 27th position and
finished 7th.
During the first part of the race
McFarland radioed that the car was tight.
A couple pit stops and a few adjustments
later, he radioed that the car was perfect in
the middle, which helped his late-race rally
toward the front.


Team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr., a mas-
ter of restrictor-plate racing, coached
McFarland through the race from atop the
pit box.
"I had the best coach on the pit box with
Dale Jr.," McFarland said. "He said 'Stay
in the middle lane and don't get out of it'
and it paid off."
The 7th place finish was McFarland's
career-best finish and the best-ever finish
for-the JR Motorsports No. 88 Navy
"Accelerate Your Life" Chevrolet Monte
Carlo SS team. Their previous best finish
was 15th in March at Atlanta Motor
Speedway.
"That finish was huge for our team,"
McFarland said. "We've been struggling a
little bit. We never thought we'd get our
first top-10 at Talladega. I'm real proud of
all the guys on this team and thankful for
the support of the Navy."
The Darlington race will be televised live
at 8 p.m. Eastern time to a national audi-
ence on the FX Network and broadcast on
Motor Racing Network radio.


Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn-
florida.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112
Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall.
Moms and children are wel-
come at all activities. For infor-
mation contact Nicole Lopez at
504-6016 or go to mom-
sclubopw@yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information,
call AO1 Michael Steckly at
542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939. You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends
an open invitation to all current-
ly employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League,
903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or con-
tact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext.
102 or email Herlena.Wash-
ington @sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders


Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at
the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
Several youth fishing der-
bies will be held throughout the
city of Jacksonville. The follow-
ing are the days, times and
locations: June 3, 9 a.m. to
noon at Hanna Park and Aug.
19, 9 a.m. to noon at
Oceanway Park. A youth fishing
tournament will be held Sept. 9
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna
Park. The tournaments are free
for children under 13. For more
information, call 573-4918.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society will hold their
monthly meeting May 20 at
1:30 p.m. "at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887
103rd Street. For more informa-
tion, contact Mary Chauncey at
781-9300.
The Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from
4-9 p.m. through September.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view
the museum's Masterworks col-
lection and special exhibitions
and experience Art Connec-
tions, the museum's hands-on
education center. For more
information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
Members of the Veteran
315th Bomb Wing and their
families will return once again
to Guam in honor of those past
and present, this summer for
the Last Mission Reunion Tour,
Aug. 13-19. Interested parties
can contact Bev Green at 217-
893-3197. For more informa-
tion, go to www.miltours.com or
call1-800-722-9501.


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Loads of furn. silver oFri
china, porcelain. cut
glass mirro-a 294 arFernandina,
Jewelry, designer cIths. Amelia Island
rugs, tools, collect
HUGE SALE DON'T ISS FLEMING ISLAND
IT! 8587 Lamanto A.e T 3 sIN 1ISsf like
N. off Lonesiar o newcondo.Itled
Arlingwood. Wed % entrance, eat-min
8a. Wed 5p-7p. Tnur Fr. kitchen family room.
9.4. HOUSE FOR ALE living dining combo,
www.blangsto-1 corn Irge master suite, 2
walk in closets, loft,
open patio, many
SOUTHSIDE: Sat 63a I orr, upgrades, amenities,
2949 Christopher C. P tRi immaculate, S222,500,
off Dupont A% e Contact Assist 2 Sell.
904 389 2274
Camden Co.. Lake Front 2
246 Camden Co.. r,..me 3Jr 2b6 ISO1 ', m
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HOME on 4 ac, 10 ft.
S ceIlings, tile. .ondale
, ,ate; 300 .1odale,
throughout. Motivated 300 Orlega
seller. Kingsland,
912-674-5312 1649 Mayview in FAIwR-
912-674-12 FAX MANOR 3 2 hwflrs,
new kit, baths, air, roof,
elec. big lot. 349,000.
294 Fernandina/ 904-642.1003,463-6406
294 Amelia Island Move- in ready, 3 3
2003,4/2.221tsf, r,:,.:.r r,:.rE 12'eK
ground pool.Ah ra p 32 ~1 uh D 'ide
41 Parke Subdivision, 2 2 102 rM r ci-,l u ._.
Kingsbay Sub Base adn r E '3,6d 3 _J") 2 .'_.r
arport.Full stucco, 652 "-73 .B. C0,nri

ances and shed 30S Sou"*"-"e
Included. Too many
upgrades to list. PCs
soon! Must Seenl 319K 100% FINANCING
neg. Watson Realty Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
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305 Southside
4/3 1800sf -Completely
Renovated, Corner lo
fncd yd, 2521 Provost
Rd E. 730-0800
ADORABLE 3/1 -Great
location, huge lot, very
spacious, $159.900
591-1720
ALL BRICK DESIGNER 4/2
Lg rooms, vaulted ceil,
Exc Schools Goodbys
Creek, $249k -880-5353
BARTRAM SPRINGS
Brand new 4/3, 3 car
gar, culdesac, $1750mo
or RTO $1750mo
$8k-$1 0 k down.
904-819-6626
Close to Dwntwn & Bchs
3/2, culdesac, 1501sf,
many extras,'nice pond
view. $275K. 386.749- 1617
E. HAMPTON FSBO, 5/3,
Irg upstairs suite +
bonus, 3200+SF 8646
Ethans Glen Terr.
$527,900 904.519-5068
GREAT LOCATION / ST. JOHNS
TOWN CENTER-TH. on the
water, in Brightwater,
1750sf, Bit in '03, $229,900.
591-1720
No Credit Check Homes
$150K &up. Must have
$1000 to start not a lease
purchase 904-652-6627
1 HIDDEN HILLS -gated,
4/3 + $350k, 2 South-
point 4/3+ pool, + 2br
apt $510k neg.
246-0922 866-464-5622


306 Intracoastal
Harbor Winds-
York Harbor Dr.
Spacious 3/2 home
with breakfast
nook, family room,
formal living & dining
room. Including fenced
yard w/ Irrigation sys-
tem & separate Irriga-
tion meter. Call BenJay
at 608 6711
HUGE FEN'D YD, 3/2,
1914SF, culdesac, A +
elem schI. close to
bches $290K. 553- 1729r
WINDSOR PARK 3/2,
2185sf, nature preserve,
deck, SS appli., new tile
& crpt $419K 962-5995

307 san Marco
Brick 2/1, Remodeled, fpl
wd firs, lOO0sf, $184,500.
1723 Orlando Cir. So,
904,924-0755 Will Co-op

310 Mandarin

100% FINANCING
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904. 233- 4231
Bartram Sprgs Open Hse
Sat 12-3; 4/2 all upgrds,
preserve lot, w/fnc. Will
co-op $295K 545-6770
14459 Falling Waters Dr.

CONDO/TOWN HOUSE in
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Call 904-268-2942


310 Mandarin
Executive Estate
Auction on the
St. John River Mortgage
Foreclosure
4BR/4.5BA Home On 2
ac May 13 1 pm
jwhillauctions.com;
call 888-821-0894
Lic#AB2083
FSBO 3 year, 1648sf, 3/2
stucco. 42' cabinets w/
lights, appliances,
sprinkler sys, extras.
Convenient location
$249,900. 904-571-1288
FSBO 4/2, 2150sf, Ig mstr
bath, scr prch w/pool,
on nat. pres. $318Kobo.
904 292 4456/477-6467
FSBO off Julington Crk Rd.
Reduced $250K! 3/2.5 +
bonus rm, ingr pool, new
upgrades 880-3851
NEWLY BLT 2800SF, 4/3,
Irg game rm, Irg study.
exc schools seller
pay$5K closing cost
$399K neg. 910-8778
OPEN HOUSE 5/13; 2-5
12052 Rising Oaks Ct. 4/3
3034sf. FSBO $429,900.
below appr. 904- 610-4096
OPEN HOUSE SAT-SUN
12-4, 1818 St. Lawrence
Way, all brick, 3/2/2
+,bldrs acre, wooded
lot, w/ magnificent
landscaping, 2000sf +
400sf glass enclosed
porch 16x15 master br
w/walk in closet & 5pc
garden bath. Dock to
pond, quiet culdesac,
wood burning fplc's,
exc schools, laund rm,
eat in kit., sprkir sys,
shed, 344,900 886-7329
cell 866-1436. FSBO


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ARLINGTON -1700sf,
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block 4/2 Irg fence
new applis $129,900
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$216,900. FSBO, 573.
Completely renova-
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Jacuzzi Tub. 564-21
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407 yrd, 2 bonus
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1350
S FSBO 3/2, split, plan,
|l inground pool,
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irhd throughout, too many
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irch, 654-4796 w/questions.
in.
6278
WATERMILL
ome. Well Maintained 3/2,
view Over 1800SF Home.
ear Formal Dining &
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Ailing MLS 294879
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HISTORIC HOME -3000sf
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hardwood firs, $325k.
221-5381



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BEACHES 3/2 LARGE LOT,
tenant occupied, GREAT
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Desirable Ocean Cay
pool home 4/2.5 2600sf
FSBO $525K. 372-4810
2925 Antigua Dr.
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WALK TO BEACH 3 2.
1850SF, huge 1400sf,
scrnd enclosure
w healed pool, pool
decking & lanai, berber
carpet, tile and neutral
colors throughout, Fpl.
exc cond. S. Jax Bch,
$410K. 904-247-6010

335 Orange Park/
335 c'la>
$10K TO BUYER AT
CLOSING -L':3akl,3t
P'lnit3ti.:,n 6 I or., large.
qu,+1 culi.e. P. .1ot..
vsacd Seiler $34 '9k
Call 904-310-6013
DR'S INLET 4/2, 3car gar,
$265,810. Seller will pay
$5000 towards buyers
closing cost w/full offer!
Better than new w/lots
of upgrades, but priced
less than new!
1504 Harvest Cove
Immed. occupancy, FSBO
904-2761464 appt. only.
NEW HOMES LOW $190'S
Hurry 4/2's available!
KAREN HNYLA 545-7312
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NORTH MIDDLEBURG
Village of Fireside Sub-
div. 2550sf, all brick
home on 1/3rd acre lot,
sprinkler sys, privacy
fence, 4br/2ba, firep,
all appliances, 1/2 tile,
1/2 carpet, walk to
school, gated comm.
Reduced to $289,900.
904-591.2308, 568-7575
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3061 Lexi Ct. 4/2, $269K
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335 Cla
ORANGE PARK-S.
2116 Farm Way
4 22600sl,
Florida Room,
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269 1031

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340 St. Johns

ICP PINECHASE. 31. 2
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Fp. many upgrds, $379K
476-659S or 287-9118

Julington Creek Planta-
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conservation lot, great
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S. HAMPTON 4/4, 3574sf,
htd pool & spa, ofc, GR
DR. bonus rm, hdwd
firs, fpl, tray ceilgs, S/S
appi., Irg lanai backs to
nature preserve,
$639,999. 904342-0386


342 St. Augustine
FSBO OR RENT New 4/2,
2242sf, culdesac lot, full
warr., $315Kobo. Seller
pays closing 904-813.8662

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LAND FOR
SALE
Callahan Area
Paved Frontage
18 Acres
$324.000
237-7467

350 Waterfront
DEEP WATER Two 3/2
homes w/200ft on the
water nr Fern Bch,
30min to ocean by boat,
Beautiful azaleas and
oaks, enjoy the privacy
of 3 acres, 904-261-7452
DOCTORS LAKE
REDUCED $50K
2133 Blue Heron Cove Dr.
Fleming Island FL.
Stunning new ('03)
custom executive all
brick waterfront model,
4/3 + office, pool, spa,
dock with boathouse
& 2 additional slips.
Massive kitchen loaded
with upgrades,
12' ceilings. 219-9674
MLS# 279200 $799,000.
FSBO 2 lake front lots,
apprx 1.4 ac. in S. GA.
Call 912-632-8511 for
details. Jay Williams
Hawthorn FI. Good Acre
lake house. Perfect
house and lake family
friendly 1.5 hrs from Jax
$198,900. 904-744-8796
LOT W/DOCK PERMIT.
Trout Rvr Landing $135K.
70x130. Robin @
904-924-0033/759-4180
MIRAVISTA Ne w,
Intracoastal, 3/3
$619,000. 904-716-2277

355 Condominiums
BAYMEADOWS $180,500
1447sf, New 3/2, pool,
seeowners.com
%dgw9006 609-638-2090


370 Lots for Sale

ONE ACRE LOT
With Well,
Septic, & Pole
Owner Financing.
Unimproved Lots Also Avail.
904-282-5449 386-752-0784

Port/St Johns .34 acre
Big oaks. Bring your
builder. Ready to build.
904-626-2637

375 Farms/
737 Acreage

11.1 WOODED ACRES
priv gated road, Glynn
St. Marys, $180k
759-1335
Baker Co/St Mary's River
10ac.,700' on River. Can
divid into (2) acre lots.
Only $195K. 904-259-7574
Baldwin 3.75ac. horses
ok, homes, pecan trees
$300K. 3.75ac well barn
fenced $155K. 266-1177
Berea Kentucky, home
on 58 ac. 606-723-3899
www.kentuckygentle-
mansfarm.com

LAND FOR
SALE
Callahan Area
Paved Frontage
18 Acres
$324,000
237-7467

N.C. MOUNTAINS!
New Log Cabin Shells
$89,900 -$139,900
Land Sale 1.7 AC Parcels
Million $$ Views!!
Guaranteed To Be Impressed!!
CALL 828-256-1004

380 Investment
30 Properties



-Investor Rehab
Loans
Lot loans
Construction
B / loans
Stringer Highest LTV
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1531 LOGAN ST 3br/lba,
1000sf htd Wd frame,
Asking 23,500 Drive by
then call 813-244-6245
SARL- 2 unit duplex,
2/1 each unit, tenant
occupied, high demand
residence. $135K
904-472-8400


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SOUTHBROOK 6..- r.
Blvd remodeled 3/2,
gated New baths & kit.
$145K Duane 912. 927.1926
SS/Baymeadows Hill-
wood 2/2 on lake, 1st fir
1225sf $149.900 Very
Nice 904 646-5653 FSBO
3 Out of Area/
360Town/State
BLUE RIDGE MTS 4/3.5
3 c. gar. Experience the
peace & serenity of the
mts from a gated, golf,
tennis, fishing comm.
forsalebyowner.com/20370562
$295K. 813-713-3043
GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
A swift stream enhances
the natural beauty of
this heavily wooded
5.63 acre, Fawn Ridge
home site-$96K. Call
owner 800-521-6788 or
gatewaymountain.com
MAYO, FL. Half city block
on Main St. US 27, cor-
ner lot, 2 bidgs. Realtor
/owner. 850-269-1465

365 Manufactured
3b5Homes

New 2/1 $2000 D/P
& $689.00/ mth.
Call 246-7684

New, Used, 2,3, & 5 bed-
rooms. D/P assist.
Avail. E-Z quality.
Call Rebecca @a) 246-7684

& Take over payments.
$726mo. 3/2, 1218sf,
Call 249-9546


L2 I r r.r. F- n 51
C zil 6ben, 3rr -,z 24-'-.
DUVAL. CLAY, & NASSAU
Call Mr. Lewis 783 8385
DW 3 2. N'side. ,gr,-aE
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LAND HOME PACKAGES
24 YRS EXP. SODWN. HOMES
OF MERIT 477-4225 OR EMAIL
JOHNSALES BELLSOUTIH.NET
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands!
CALL (904) 291.2735
MIDDLEBURG
1857 Openwoods Dr,
3/2 "96 DWMH, 1.5acres,
bring horses $104,500.
ATP Realty 904-260.9700
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2, 1600SF+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$895 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
87401862 or 291-3100
MUST SEE! 16'x80', on
rented lot near ICW, 2/2,
alarm sys, scrn porch
add on. $21K. 386-4092
MUST SELL 3BR 2BA!
D/W and Land Home.
Stainless Steel Appl.
Great Jacksonville Loca-
tion, Little Down, Easy
Financing, Won't Last!
CALL JOHN 291-0716
Nice Doublewide 3/2
furn'd in small family
park. Convenient to
beach, medical, shop-
ping, schools etc...
$49,000 obo. 904- 270- 0551
SELLING YOUR MOBILE
HOME? TOP CASH!!
Old or New or Assume
Loan. Call 730-8606

370 Lots for Sale
100% Lot Loan Financing
No down payment,
Call Kelly @ 904-568.4810
LG LOTS START $85,000
NC MTNS by Developer
Grand Opening 6/24
866-591-5263 Act Now!


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HOME LOANS .. Sprincgs. 3 2 5. boat iip available. $3fJ.00i
Doiwt'an Pitnai.- Call Emily Lamont, 904-651-5997
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Licensed Mortgage
Lender # L100000547767

BEACHES 3/2 LARGE LOT,
tenant occupied, GREAT
INVESTMENT $250,000.
Call 904-608-4691
S'side 2/1House & 2MHs
2/1s. All remod, ch/a,
total elect. Will assist in
Fin. $135K. 904-731.1194


385 Miscellaneous
FORECLOSURE!
6bed/3bath. Only
$14,000! For Listings
800-749-8124 x8987

390 Real Estate
Wanted

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HOUSES CASH!
Any cond, handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
occupied, ANYWHERE,
ANY CONDITION...
Apts/comm'l/residential
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL 1!
Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253
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400 Apartments
Furnished
405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
42W7Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
Resorts
445 Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management/Rental
Services ,
455 Wanted to Rent


400 Apartments

SARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS!c
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
405 Apartments
Unfurnished
ARLINGTON

U furnished Studios
-Pool. Fitness Ctr- Fishing
'Conv to Town & Beaches
FROM $375 MO
Furn & Unfurn
Willow Lakes of Arl
7703 Hare Ave.
725 -0303
AVONDALE 3/2 $925 ch&a
1300SF, Near Boone Park
HW Firs, Porch, 1 Car Gar
VANSANDT RE 389-3540

NORTHSIDE
L cs uchers
45 Accepted.
CHA, gd c99 Deposit!
No Apa. Fee
; (904)5M g .510 -et1

N0RTHSIDE Need a PlaceTo"
$559 -760 Hang Your Hat?
1 2&3BR's
Available'
(904) 75, -5240
AshleO Park
Apartments
RIVERSIDE 3/3 $695 ch&a
1350SF, Gas, FpIc, WD Hu
Kitchen Equip, Near 5Pts.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
RIVERSIDE-big 2br,
CH&A, good cond, $650.
387-6526/ 612-2468
R'SIDE -nice duplex 2/1
CH&A, w/d connection,
storage rm, gar smpet
ok, $675mo0. 76-1090


Apartments
405 Unfurnished

@ 1 SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -9492

WESTSIDE off 295: 2/1
Apt ch/a incl wtr $565;
904-403-7293
WESTSIDE
Nice 2br, quiet, AC,
$295m. 777-5528
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED Yb,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&A,
dishwasher, W/D
hookup. $625mo. + 1 mo
dep. no dogs 662-3865
W'SIDE off 103rd, nice
2br, large kitchen
ch&a, $600 /mo, inci
water avail 614-7294 '

410 Condominiums
ARL -brand new 2/2, no
pets, NS, 1127sf, w/d,
first /last. $925mo.
Merrill Pines. 613-2258
ARLINGTON The Oaks,
3/2.5 1429 sf, w/d, tile,
wd firs, fen yrd, pets ok
$900. (5pm) 904-318-0357
Bartram Park/Stonefield
St Aug Rd/195 2-3br/2.5
TH on cul-de-sac, ful
kit. $1130m 904-262-2248
BAYMEADOWS Overlook
3/2, $1100mo. $1100
de p, inclds cable &
water. Call 881-8074
.1 Fleming Is.
Plantation Condo
1835sf, 3/2.5,
t garage. For
rent/lease-gated
community "A" rated
schools, pools, golf,
tennis, volleyball,
included. Available
June 1, $1250/mo,
cell: 904,803-4287
4. Grand Reserve,
2BR/2BA, Hodges
[\ near JTB, 1200+sf,
Spool, gym, other
amenities, W/D furn
incl. $950mo
(305)240-0003
a, HODGES near JTB-
I 2/2 condo, grand
Reserve, 1200 +sf,
pool, gym, other
amenities, w/d/furn
incl, $950/mo,
305-240-0003
II Villagio 2br/2.5ba Twi
Story Beautiful Lake
View Close To Shop
ping And Theater
llSOmo. No Pets
Please. Call Rigi
813-299-3518.
JAX BCH THE PALMS 2/2
$1100 1/1 $875. Lots of
amenities, gym,ooil,
upgraded units.
904-476-1214
MAND., New 3/2.5 TH
bonus rm, 1800sf, gar
pool, gated, $1250m
Great loc. 904.2607884
MARSH LANDING PALMS
FSBO Gated, all amen
*w/gar, ground fir, mus
see, $275,500. 588-5350
NATURES HIDEAWAY 3/2 $1195
WS New Condo, Kit Equip.
Pool & Plygrnd, Gated Comm
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Oakleaf Plantation
brand new, 1525sf, 3/2,
elev. access. all amenities 8
condo fee's incl., $1200mo
904-541-0012/505.6382
O P new 2/2, w/pool
close to NAS/Jax & 295
$950mo 904-735-3061
Palencia-3/2, $1395m a
inclusive, W/D,granit
counter tops, .254-2543
PALM COAST Amazing
Intracoastal view! 3/2
furn, gated comm+amer
$1500m. 904- 635-6861
PERFECT LOCATION!
Jax Bch & Town Center!
1 & 2 BRs from $939!
Call 904- 642- 3504
Ponta Vedra Bch Ocea
Links 2/2 1st fir, a
adems, pool, tennis crt
$1100m Call 728-2003


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OAKLEAF PLANTATION a u`'til'ti, iNcAS' cAXl
1700 Canopy Oaks. 4/2, \ utilities, c, call
1750sf,appl, blinds. $1300m 252-7432 leave msg,
REALTY EXECUTIVES have ref. $550
273-3939 610-6460
OP/FLEM ISL PLANT 4/2, 435 Rooms
2000SF, golf, short or 4 to Rent
long term lease, avail
6/1 $1400 7074135 ARL br apt. $150 week
Orange Pk/Flem Island & u" includes all
4/2, 2 car gar, fenced utilities cable
backyard. $1400m+sec. 424-5806/662-2898
237 7745/240-832-8008 ARLINGTON
Orange Park Bra no ne., LUXURY ROOMS
* 4,' r,.r i.,eo In 2400'if w/Microwave & Refrig!
SL:. "of ..pgrds' 140wrn Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
II,.: -,- 19,. 6-i--.. 10% Off for Wkly Room!
Org Prrk Co Club E.- KINGS INN (904) 725.3343
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(904) 725-S5093
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
SAWGRASS TPC galed BAYMEADOWS,
,._ '.C. _.-.rp .r.-r, BEACHES, MANDARIN
If -- : a ., SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
3 ". ,] 7 ," i 3 EFFIC $100WK, Apt
ji1'-- --I- j"j $150week also houses
,: ., .4, for rent furn/unfurn
PVB E. of AIA 3 2 Olc wk, month. 904,302-5753
..cou::, rtr- .c-' i Mand/Bartram Springs
i,..,-, p.-..:.I ,:i rpeLt; Luxurious + 2900sf hm,
0. i )'1'' CiJ 7,0- ...242 with amen. cntr, pniv
RAVINES GOLF& rm/ba, $575m. 465-5792
/ CC-3,2 w. large OP Efficiency, furn, sm
S grl rm.eal inkiL refrig, microwave,
dn rm. 2 car gar. cable off street parking,
and golf carl gar. $100 dep. + $395 mo
$1195 mo. 904 210 6062 Avail 5/1 Call 215-9416


410 Condominiums 420 nfurnished
PONTE VEDRA BEACH SN O 3/2 + bonus
new gfnt 2/2, Summ$ 1650sf, Ikit indr W/D
house, goIf side,$1100 1482 Cheshire Rd.
+ sec. Call 838-9400 $1300mo. Call 683-6967
PONTE VEDRA BEACH SOUTHSIDE 3/1.5 $850
CONDO -2/2, all new, ch&a HW Firs WD Hkps,
includes gar. down- cha,d PorchFrs, KiWD EHkps
stairs, on the lake, Scrnd Parch, Kit Equip.
beach access, must VANSANDTRE3893549
rent. 904- 251-5370 SOUTHSIDE 4/2, Winsor
PVB New 2/2 on golf crse Pk on golf course 10'
end unit, 2nd fir, scrn ceil'gs, Fp, Huge scrnd
prch, top amenities, 4th atio, quiet $1800mo +
month free. 904-465-2020 ep. yr lease. 327-1978
PVB lbr/lba $885 mo. S'S 3/2.2car lakeview Fla
o 1ol.gym, short walk -rm,Fpl sec sys. 2pools,
to beach. W/D screen n e w c rp t /p a I n t.
patio call Matt338 758 $1175mo. all 42-9472
PVB 2/25 S TAR, 2 pools, S'side 4/2, 3/2 Near bch
scrnd prch, FpWD blvd.& Arl new carpet,
goif course view pvtyrds.$995&$1195
$1100mo. 904-343-8172 + sec. 904-287.2727
PVB/SUMMERHOUSE 2/2 S'SIDE List Your Home
1st fir on golf crs, mile Rental For Free
to bch, fpi, 5 star amen, www.356rent.com
$900mo. 239-218.4205
a SS- Lantana Lakes,
i PVB -Summerhouse, 2/2, t Sub 3/2, 2 car gar.
first mo free, $1100mo sec. sys, spring,
+ dep. 843-343-2007 v frp1, Frmn,lake
view, 2 pools, $1175.
PV Colony 2/2 lcarg, 292-9472
hrdwd firs stone
counters, w/d $1100mo S'S/Lease or Purchase
East of AIA 904-543- 9467 BUY OWNER
IL Vilagio brand new 3/2
SOUTHSIDEk- SONOMA (2) avail. @$230Kea.
New 3/2, gated, pool Call Eddie. 54, 605-2947
view granite. $1150mo. or 904-406-4666
Avail 6/1; Call 631-3663 ST. JOHNS CO/SR210/195
SOUTHSIDE Montreux 2/2 New gated 2/2.5 Twnhse
S + loft over looking lake w/gar, comm pool,
close to shops, avail $1190+sec. 904,285-4459
f ul amenities ST. JOHNS CO. Racetrack
$1175mo. 386-75-77 Rd. new 3/2.5 T, 140sf.
q5gar, gated, all appls
o S'side /9A, New TH 3/2.5 $1300.904 2494146 .
Cottages on Greenland Oa
Rd w/gar, near Avenues ST. JOHNS/Stonehurst
Mall, iSOOmo 210-6191 CR210 4/2, lakevw, Ig fnc
yd FL RM. w/d, $1395m.,
St. John's Co. New devel. inc. amen. 904- 699.6968
(Rte 95 @ 210) 2BR/2.5BA,
fully appi kit, $950m. No WTE ST- MARYS.
pets. Call 904,2341492 OSPREY COVE- 4/2,
2" R fenced yard, club,
St. Johns Cypress Trace, \' membership, lots
gated, 3/2.5 Twn Hm, 1 of upgrades, 2400 sf,
car gar, pool, no pets. $1750/mo, 912.729-2245
$1500m+ dep 591.3833 t. Marys, 3/2,
VENETIAN Ortega Farms D Sugarnnll great
Waterfront 2/2+loft, sI/ room, living room,
gated, gym, pool $1150 loft fenced yard,
m+dep 904-537.5341 community pool, near
Kings Bay 1.95, $105.
WESTSIDE/ORANGE PK I 912-6741293
Brand new 2/2, $1000mo
$500 dep. 904-371-3147 Venetia/Ortega3/2 $895
772-370-6353 Completely Renovated
Must C, Kit Equip, 1066SF.
WESTSIDE Irg 2/2.5, VANSANDTRE389-3540
1400sf, fplc, dock, river
view, scrn porch, patio. ., WestSide- 2/2 w/
gar, eat in kit, no pets, / carport, fenced, all
925mo.276-3010 5 r apple, 10 miles, NAS
ALS411h JAX, look for
415 ut coupe no petrefer
4o s non-smonker, $700/$30s
$c Furnished dep. 904-908 8844
SC WESTSIDE 2/1 Houses
Navigable Waterfront OR 2/1 Apartment.
near Mayo Clinic 4/3, Nice ch&a. $600-$725
S boatlift dock, new pool mo. Call Greg 376.5190
S tbi, $2650m. incl pool &
wn svc. 904-223-6850 WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
I____ ___ 2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
2 Hos NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
-U0 Huse REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897
42u Unfurnished

ARGYLE3/2 GREATROOM, house, Lakeshore
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO, $550, Avond. 3/2 $1400,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.103r 3/1 $850 43301
r, REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897 WS 3/1.5+Bonus rm, el/a
S L 1 /, scr patio, fen yd & wkshp
SARL3/1, ch/a, front &rr w/elect. No smkrs/pets
Sscr prcha fully fncdbkyd. 777.5955. $900m.
for RTO info904-607-4668 W'SIDE 66h01 Georgia
t Arlington- Near JU Jack Dr. 3br/2ba
,$140o car $850/mo '+ $850 dep.
Garage, S car" Ph.777-0691or695-3388
o 2 driveway, WS Lakeshore 3/1 $795
in-ground pool, 1 mo ch&a, HW Firs, Fenced,'l
Sdep., + $1050/mo., close CarGar, Wkshp, Kit Equip
proximity to 9A and VANSANDT RE 389-3540
shopping areas. Please
contact Robert Meggs YULEE, Brand new 3/2
904-234-3652 or $1050m. Free cable
& nossralsuva@hotmail.com 96012 Coral Reef Rd..
ARL. List Your Home Olga 916-622-3754
Rental For Free
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3 AVONDALE Beautiful
S3/1.5, Fpl. yd maint, e 4-J
conv Ioc 3648 Rivers de SEAL ESTATE
Ave. $1000mo. 981-0544
n AVONDALE 3/2 3yrs old Dan Jones
Close to downtown/ &Associates, Inc
FCCJ. Quiet N'hood .(904) 757-3466
$1000mo. 904-389- 5349 ww.ERADANJONES.com
CLAY COUNTY new brick Homes,
3/2, fpc, pool commu- Townhomes, and
nity near schools, Condominiums
n $1295/mo 7594181 1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms
II FLEMING IS $525-$1600
s PLANTATION-3/2.S In the
lb town home, great Followin hg Areas
r amenities and F A 1
schools. $1100/mo, PCS Northside
(904) 269-3614 Oceanway
ICW Harbour Springs San Marco
4/2, 1700sf, gar, conv, to Snrc
base, fen yd, no pets, Victoria Point
$1500mo. avail mid May Arlington
904-472-0025 Southside
ICW KERNAN LAKES Argyle
4/2, eat in kit, over looks Intercasta West
lake, $1450mo. or w/opt. Westside
to buy at $282,760. Macclenny
+ dep. 9044668-2788
ICW/WATERFRONT 3/2+ CALL 757-3466
den, 1900sf, fridge, quiet FOR OUR
loc. 1263 Sunray Ct. RENTAL SPECIALS
$1150m. 904-403-3902 www.ERADANJONES.com
4, JAX BCH 3BR/1.5BA
Pool 5 blocks to n
Pooean,b locks toT $500 Down U OWN
ocean, close to JTB All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
$1400mo 476-0956 EZ QUALIFY
JCP OAKS J ; LUL P L.-) r. Call the Hotline 388,1208,
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JTB- 2 2 condo. 2 Hm
grand reserve,
4 hodges. near JTB BOSTWICK 2 sgl wide.
S120051, pool gym mobile homes on canal.
Solner ameoniyes. dep. + util. Good credit'
w d turn inl., req. Call 386-325-9226
$950 mo, 305 240 0003 MARIETTA -3/2, needs a,
JUL. CRK FRUIT COVE little work, $650mo $550,
i .r .-. r..:.r. ,,:d .3 dep. 962-3183 call aft 9
-r r. n .:,:,,3 -, .j- rri,:.
t9-C .--r-. Harm.';.r. r :E l'I:|9:lhslJ., 1:19:l,
.-r ..r...,i .. Wi e finance our own ,
* LANDLORDS * homes. Call 695-2255 ,
F-, rizr i r o r.. .:.
RrrlC.T,',n-r,.-" N'SIDE -1670 Jake Rd.:
r ..a . 5-m"2-. I000 3/2, $675mo. $725 dep.,
MANDARIN .1 2 2400o, No Pets. 757-7621
e,;uliui urt r,,.:.,:.a WESTSIDE- 2BR/1BA,
'c E A~ i I fenced yard. ch&a, WD,'
S52. -Tr. .i 3663 applis, $600mo
Mand. Beau Clerc 3 2.5. 2 no pets. 904-771-2348
zr I a "c .-'.-, i. Fr W'SIDE & NW'SIDE
u,- C j -5 3z., 2.'" 5 From $550m+dep.
S" *-.'~ *n 1-, Laundry facilities avail.
MANDRIN :05.-:--i 904-772-7244/C:568-2903
L-. r ,r.._I E' ,.V
n'-.m, ..,)J 2:-.: 2 430 Roommates '
1 TH. 3 2.5. gar. Irpl. ARL- 2/2 includes, .
6)' ,walk 1o shopping .| high speed inter-
swimming, boal- \1J net/cable,
ing. fishing. Lake 7 mm. in-ground, hrdwd,
lo NAS S1400. 616 8260 pools, fireplace, gated
V F BURG-Black $4OO/mo + util, Robert
/ *r Creek wtrtnrt, Meggs, 904.234 3652 or
1 br, Sba. 05O0st, rmeggs@ju.edu

miljtarybyowner.com 4/2 home. DSL & all util.
PCS. $2150. 904 505- 1313 incl. Very gd area $140wk
'MBURG: Long Leaf 4/3 N/S only. 904.838-8054 ,
3000sf new construction Dr's Inlet 3/2 furn'd room:
all brick .5ac. Joe 904- $300m incis util. No
284-4447 Cell 509-5054 drugs/alcohol. 6852.4711
N.E. 3/2, apple, new cpt & MANDARIN Nice house
paint, ch/a, front porch w/pool, pvt bath female
close to Dwntwn $690m only $500. 904-445-9500 .
to $725m. 352-262.4016.
NORTHSIDE Rent To Own 1615 W. 25th St. $110+
$620mo. E -Z qualifying per week, 477-1892
All areas. Several p
homes. Call 962-4380 OP F. Wanted to share ,
NORTHSIDE 2/1 houses $600 incl. until. 509-5877
for rent fenced yards,
ch&a $700-$725mo. S'side Brand New Condo,
Call Greg 376-5190 Bay Meadow/ UNF area.
N'SIDE3/2 $750; $2/1 $550 $5503mo. 904-588-3519
Fully remod, new carpt
Central Heat & Air St. Johns Co. Nice house
Call 505-4780 to view private rm female only
N'SIDE-New 4/2, 1994sf, $500mo. 904-445-9500 .
2 cigar, $1195mo. Close W'side Irg 3/2 home to
Rd Sylvia 904-803-7272 $800m+util. 384.0999
*N'SIDE RTO 6 Properties &, W'S- Male or
2 to 5 Bdrms, 1-2 Bth, / female, 3 bedroom
oh/a, newly renov, $550 I house w/arage.
$SOOmo. 904 535.7461 sJL. $600 includes
l akea1 Plan. Rentals. utilities, cable & inter-
Oakleaf Plan. Rentals net, S miles to NAS JAX,
Immed, new homes j
Lease/buy opt $1100 cal Chris 904-982-3344
-$1950m 516.660.2709 W'S-share nice 2/2


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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
* Beautifully landscaped lake
and conservation views available
* Nature trail, playground
* Close to schools, shopping
* Easy access To 1-95 & 1-295 M
* Estate sized lots


Homes Starting In The $790s!


* 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


For More Information, Please Call
904-339-1322


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


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Condos Starting In The LOW$100ls!


* Brand new Gated Community!
*Three contemporary home
designs to choose from!
* Community swimming pool
and playground!

For More Information, Please Call
904-425-4929


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From 1-295 take Wilson Blvd.
West to Willow Ridge on the left.


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

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Homes Starting in The $7 90s!
* Long awaited final phase NOW OPEN!
* Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and comer lots
available
* Conveniently located near
1-295,1-10, and Chaffee Rd.


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.

BOB MA4IM


Town Homes Starting In The $120s!


* Three spacious floorplans to
choose from
* Homes available for
immediate occupancy!
* 2 or 3 bedrooms with garages
* Community swimming pool
For More Information, Please Cal
904-854-71'01


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


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


Condos Starting In The LOW $1 OOs!


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

For More Information, Please Call
904-783-8650


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

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Condos Starting In The LOW $1 00s!


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

For More Information, Please Call
904-425-4929


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


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43s Rooms
35 to Rent
ST. MARYS. room
to rent, private
bath/entrance.
Non- smoker. Call
cell 322-8698, $450/mo
Beach/
440 Vacation/
Resorts
Flagler Beach Oceanfrnt
3/3 duplex. Each unit
sleeps 8. $775 wkly.
904 377-.9776
www.YourFloridaBeach-
House.com
OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
St. Augustine $695wk.
352 376-9644 WWW.
oldcity.com/oceanfront


I&
Conuercial
Real Estate
500 CommerciaV
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
5 Commercial/
500 Industrial
For Sale
NC Store + cabin $94,990.
20 acres, stream: $99,990.
919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com
Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent
SOUTHSIDE-bldg for
rent, zoned CCG2, 5
bays, fenced lot,
737-2220
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
507 Businesses
SFor Sale
BEAUTY & BARBER SHOP
established clientele
owner retiring,
778-1408 or 662-7587
FISHING/SPORTING
GOODS BUSINESS
Great location in a high
growth area (Ocean-
way) Inventory + fix-
tures included in an
unbelievable price. Call
904-612 1756
RESTAURANT
FOR SALE
CALL 278-9040
515 Office Space
For Rent
EARL/ REGENCY-new
1, 2,3 rm ofc suites
incid elec/ jant, conf
rm, long term lease not
req. 1st mo free w/yr
lease. 642-8600
JTB & PHILUPS
Starting at $325, utils
included. GOING FAST!!
Call R.-d 13. 8922
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1.920 .:lto 11 Q20si
I G3park Gret location!
(904) 998-9339
WESTSIDE Office.
Ideal for small cnurch.
Call Andi 4.7 2288




Financial
550 EBusin-
OpcOrtuniies
555Diirisutr ,rSr1npS
Franchises
560 Fnrancal Services
565 MC.ne; to Lend
or Borrow
570 l.ortgages Bought
ana Sold

550 Business
550 Opporlunilies
DRY CLEANING PLANT &
DROP STATION FOR SALE
B, .pp[ call 525-1001
LAWN EQUIPMENT &
ACCOUNTS Fruit C..-,
56.500 Call699 6''60
QUIZNOS SUBS Pre con
:[rui:cti:,n oha ., evei; l-
lent Ic-cauor.. 910..333




Education and
Training
600 Priva3e In.truction
605Scnoolas
6105pecialry Training
Evenut

605 Schools

REAL ESTATE
1 eek Da, Class lune c
W'-.-k E- tl." C U [a, 17
Superior Instruction
www.myftei.com
(904) 2692555
Florida Real Estate Institute
ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending

I-.l,,,-[, r ,i ,', '-,',i u.t5, tr,
(904) 880-8070
Alliance Real
Estate Institute
1-. l ';T l" r.' ..-r Jul iJ
880 8070

ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
(904) 880 -8070
l,., rir TI ,: .) ,-" r L u ii':'
';+uD~ ,I:f [.: fl-. 1 r ur':'. 1 1
ALLIANCE HOME
INSPECTOR SCHOOL
6 ,. TU- 1 M.:.T- Ir, .: .,rI,,,-,'
(904) 880- 8070

700 Domeslic
Home Cleaners
Great Pay!!
$200-$400/wk
Flre ole ds',T.me ...ur_:
ViJ.C.ri r,.3r n,:ame
MLIU. ra.G C .5r


242-8235
Housekeeper
needed near
ARGYLE. Days and
Hours rBD. Salary
neg. Background and
exp' req. EOE call
904 908 0003
904 505 4780

707 Driver
DRIVER/LOCAL
ClvI" A -rL N.P vrrpt
.;I d, r r,:.u-d emrr.
inci OCT. e :z -.arninQ
potertal Ho:-rne .er.
bright Or.-E rr 3 r DrE. inci
4101K rrj nca .kr, Ir.
ADpl0 S3 C J Prill.
-Q/Ih j. :" I I .:.n ill."

(4ST-( LEADERSIN THE PRECAST INDUSTRY
Driver
BEAT THE HEAT
Drive a late model
vehicle w a/c. Earn
600-800 per week. Call
904-493-5250. Ask for
Mr. Myles. .


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7s.8 billion.




Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who


buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them


know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of


the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.


For advertising


information,


please call


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707 Driver

Company
'- Drivers
S $1500 Sign on
$Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
NEW PAY PACKAGE
$.34-.38/mile
.0 o/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
S$.02 Service Bonus
'Medical Dental 401k
-Paid Vac & holidays
Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day
BBDD Call
uHHSQVE.Greg @
800-723-3424 for info

DRIVER/ACCOUNT REP.
For Veterinary Sales Co.
Company Truck Pro-
vided. Clean Driving
Record Required. CaH
.877- 332- 3228 Mon- Fri.
DRIVERS
Professional class A
drivers, OTR tractor
trailer, good pay. Great
home time, health ins.,
401K, paid vacation,
bonus pkg, & top
equipment all in a small
company atmosphere
but backed up with
large company benefits.
Cal Randy 877 440- 7890
www.PTSI- online.comrn
Ask about our new pay
package.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
with experience.
'Starting at $13.00/hour
+ benefits. Call
904 296-1229, 759-0146
TRUCK DRIVER
Class A or B CDL. Local,
S$12- $15/hr + benefits.
Call 781-3920 or apply at
5918-1 Lane Cir.S. EOE
STRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
.vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
866- 374-0764

TRUCK DRIVER
Local. CDL A required.
Experience & good MVR
req'd. a must. 358-8841

710 Industrial/
70 Trades




Call Tom at 219-4402
A/C Service Tech
Drug free workplace,
must have valid drivers
License, co. benefits.
All About Air 724-2854
A/C SHEET METAL
MECHANICS & HELPERS
Needed. Exp required.
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave.
M-F. EOE. DFWP
CARPENTERS
for Residential framing.
SMany positions avail.
Great Benefits/Paid
holidays & vacations.
SSub crews OK. 993-1111
CARPENTERS
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
* Health benefits
* Paid Holidays
*Paid vacations
* Gas allowance
*40 plus hrs/week
* company T-shirts
* Quarterly Bonus
program
Call 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
CARPENTERS &
HELPERS
Residential Framing.
Transportation req'd.
Call 904-838-6846
DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE
' DRYWALL FRAMERS
-Metal Stud framers
Subcontractors with
insurance, large job in
Jax area. 402-537-2305
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
Bulldozer, loader,
excavator operators
needed. Call Randy @)
321/403-1774 or
407/302-7662
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS,
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904- 751-8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
KIRA, Inc is seeking
enthusiastic, energetic
candidates for per-
manent Grounds
Maintenance positions
at Naval Air Station
Jacksonville and Naval
Station Mayport.
Applications may be
filled out online at
www.kira.com. Drivers
License are required.
Our team offers com-
petitive salaries start-
ing at $12.92/hr and an
excellent benefits pack-
.age. EOE & Drug-Free
workplace. Fax
gesu mes/applications:
(904)573 -6292 or email
lthompson@kira.com.
Landscapers, Laborers
& Bobcat Operators
Motivated & hard work-
ing; Drivers lic. a must.
Good pay. Call Jackie
924- 8664

MAINTENANCE
Experience Preferred,
AC Certified. 248 Units
SS. Benefits, EOE, Call
997-8855


'FTpositon Oak Ham-
mock Apts. Gen apt
maint reqd. FT
EOE. DFWP Apply
5s0 N. Acme St. 855-0730
MANUFACTURING
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi-
,tions, including forklift
operators, qualified
electricians, electro-
'mechanical and line
Operators. We offer a
real opportunity with
training, good pay and
benefits. We are
located West of Jack-
sonville in a growing
community. Contact
.Sanderson Pipe at
275-2833 and ask for
,H/R.


710 Industrial 720 Medical
Trades

PAINTERS Experience & MEDICAL ASSISTANTPrk
transportation a must. New for busy Ordanlogy expark
construction custom office. Cardiology exp
homes No tisrack pref'd. Exc. benefits.
painters. 778 3720 Fax to 264.3302
PAINTERS Drug free MEDICAL TECHNOLO-
company transporta- GIST /TECHNICIAN
tion required, Apply in Needed. Variable hrs
person 3051 Faye Road including evening and
Call 751.3842. Saturday Must be FL
licensed. Busy in-office
Laboratory for FP/Peds.
PAINTERS & BLASTERS Phlebotomy exp req'd.
Industrial Coatings Co. Great atmosphere &
in Savannah, GA. team concept. Fax
Pay based on exp. resume to 722-4267
Must pass Drug Test. Attn: Lynda
(912) 965-0022.
OPTOMETRIC ASST S'side
PAINTERS Exp'd. FT Benefits. M-F.
with commercial & Call 725-2300 or fax
residential experience. 9-72-1
tools & transportation, resume 904-725-6811
632-0500 DFWP
POOL TECHNICIAN PHLEBOTOMISTS
-Exp'd., salary nego-
tiable. Call 813-0599. Recently relocated
Pro. Pool Svc of N.FL and want to put your
phlebotomy skills to
use right away? Full
time part time and
SANDBLASTER&PAINTER P R N p o sit ion s
Willing to travel, avail able starting
Work on elevated immediately! Must be
water towers. comfortable working
904-608-6149 in a h ig volume
laboratory environment.
TILE INSTALLER
with experience & own E-mail: JaxResumesg
transportation. Comn- allmedsfffin g..com
petitivesalary. Call TeIepTi_0e--904-473"9700
Chris at 904838-2433 or Fax: 904-731-3111.
TRACTOR OPERATORS PHLEBOTOMIST- PT hrs
LABORERS for early a.m. & week-
to work on St. John's Co. end hrs in leading
roads. Good pa, bnfts: medical Office includ-
EOE/ M/F/V/D Call ing PEDS. Must be team
Jeremiah 863-559-0374 player and able to
travel between offices.
Computer exp a MUST
WATERPROOFER/PAINTER minimum yr phoebe
Good pay with experi- exp req'd. Fax resume
ence. Please call Brian to 722-4267 attn: Lynda
at 838-1170 to set up
interview J R N
ULTRASOUND
71 Mecani TECHNOLOGIST F/T
712 Mecianic Must be reg'd or regis-
try eligible in 1 or 2
modalities. Exc income
AUTOMOTIVE & benefits. Please call
EQUIPMENT MECHANIC II 904-545-3591
The Division of Forestry *
is now accepting
applications for the
oston of Automotive 723 Dental
equipment Mechanic II. Dental
AIppcants must pass a
basic background
screening andbe able DENTAL SURGICAL
to obtain a class A CDL ASST- Energetic and
within 90 days of hard working team
employment. Heavy member needed for a
equipment experience progressive implant
is preferred, but any- oriented practice. F/T
one with 6 months or P/T. Fax resume to
automotive mechani- 288-8882.
cal experience may __
apply. The position is in
Lake City, with a start Educatio
ing salary of $24,979.50 72* Education
and State of Florida
benefit package, PRE.SCHOOLTEACHER
including retirement. position. for the Cam-
Apply on line at bridge Prep School
employerlt. ADMIN myflordacoASST for Wside
or band see usnt/ Chefs ompetitive pay, 401K
Sdat & insurance. A great
at 13POLICE Forestry pportues souty in a onw-
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Florida. Call is cuarline at ho
(386) 758-5716. Appli-
cations for Poillce, Cor- Office
acepted untivil L7 Office '
05/1i/0a.The Division of idF pClerical
Forestry is an AA/EEO
employer. ADMIN ASST for W'side

Own tools, tire & light exp basic computer
mechanical exrp nec. skills require d.Fax
Good pay, benefits. resume 904-781- 8387



Computer skills, &
database management.
POLICE OFFICER & 15 minutes south 295 on
llCORRECTIONAL 1-95S. Resumes and
720 MedOFFICER salary rto
The Jacksonville d mooreracfchefs.net.
Sheriff's Office -is cur- No phone calls.
rently accepting appli-
cations for Police, Cor- CLERICAL
reactions and civilian Light OfficeWork, Data
support positions. For Entry, Filing, etc. Must


call 713-4870. For civilian
support positions, please CUSTOMER SERVICE- for
contact HR at 630-2134. busy front desk. Pro-
The JS0 Is an equal Oppty vide Recept. & clerical
Affirmative Action Employer support with PC skills,
App,. ,n ororvr" NdI.
`6 ,,,,r ,-r- .- E ','- -

720 Medical

ECHO TECH FT PT E'pererce Prererred.
C 7,7[ ,, o -. plcl i.: R, T3, Credi,. 2-J Unmit
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Whether your interest is in the backbone of our
company, armored cash transport, or any of the
other innovative solutions that comprise our cash
distribution network today, Loomis, Fargo & Co.'s
comprehensive cash handling expertise can take your
talent into the future. More technology. More services.
More opportunities for you to get where you want to
be in a career with the best.

Our jacksonville branch has immediate openings for:


* $10.20 per hour
* Must be 21 years of age or older

ARMED VAULT lE -PM
* $10.35 per hour
* Must be 21 years of age or older


*$10.00 per hour
* Must be 18 years of age or older

All positions eligible for Medical Benefits after 3o days!
Qualified candidates must be able to successfully
pass a background check that includes credit, driving
and criminal record.

Please apply online at www.loomfargojobs.com
or call (904) 398-2090 for further information
and to schedule an appointment. EOE.
M/FN/D. Drug-Free Workplace. Lic # BB2200022






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Afio*e*S m Eer v ^wlonis os^


king Sailing Instructors/

New Yacht Salesmen

holding USCG 6pak License.
Weekdays, weekends.
Excellent Pay. New Yachts.


725 office/

SECRETARY/
RECEPTIONIST Com-
puter Internet literate,
architectural/ con-
struction background
helpful. FT. Send
resume gretchen@
alsarchitects.com

Professional/
730 Personal
Services

BARBER/STYLIST -FT,
PVB, great opportunity
& commission,
Call 904-535-9292

HAIR STYLIST & MGRS.
Busy Salon in St. Johns
Co. Need friendly prof's
Hrly wage+bonuses.
Call 280-4212/631-7614

S735 Restaurants/
735 Hotels

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

DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

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

LINE COOK & HOSTESS
Expd. Apply Daily,
11am-2 pm Giovanni's
1161 Beach Blvd.
Jax Beach 249-7787

SAUTE CHEF
Estab 18 yr. great pay &
benefits. Great working
environment. Apply at Aqua
Grill, Ponte Vedra 285.3017

GUTHRIES Golden Fried
Chicken Fingers
needs 20+ people ASAP
for all positions. 2
locations. Call 519.9549


745 Sales

SALES MANAGER TRAINEE
Disciplined, self- moti-
vated goal oriented?.5
yrs sales exp. a must.
BIG income potential.
College/military a plus.
Fax resume 904-296-1388
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783.-8385

WAIT STAFF/BARTENDER
Looking for the consis-
tent top earner! Are
you a well-groomed,
go-getter with winning
personality? Opportu-
nity for BIG $$$ Great
hrs, healthy environs.
Fax resume 904-296-1388

750 Technical/
75U Engineering

Draftsman
Needed immediately for
surveying co. Pay com-
mensurate w/exp.'
Ph. 346-1733

SURVEY
PLS & CADD TECHNICIAN
positions available.
Microstation, Geopak
and Right of Way exp
req. F/T, benefits. EEO.
Call 904-641-0123 or
fax resume to
407-926-8160.


752 Warehouse

Part-time Warehouse
Specialist located at
NAS JAX. Responsible
for providing parts
replenishment & cust
svc to Navy Aviation
Depot (NADEP). HS + 8
ers of mil exp pre-
rred. To apply visit
www.amrnsec.com
#55304 EEO F/M/V/D
WAREHOUSE POSITION
immed opening w/exp.
pays up to $10/hr -
benefits after 90 days.
Must lift 751bs. Apply in
person Mon 8th &Thur
11th 4.7pm, N'side 2905
Danese St. Bkgrnd Chk
& drug test reqd.

753 Security

SECURITY OFFICER
Full time. Start now
W'side area. Night Shift.
Guard card & Drug test
required. Start $8.00/hr
& $250 Sign Up Bonus.
Call 800-300-5832

Supervisor / officers I
WESTSIDE -
I Distribution Center
Sup $10.75 st $11 6ino
$11. 0lyr
Officer $8.70 st, $8.85 6
mo $9 lyr.
SEx Benefit Pkg.
DOWNTOWN
S Hi-Rise Bldg
Officer $8.65 st $8.95
90 days
Apply online a
s i.appone.com
L Class D License .
S required


755 Miscellaneous

ALL DEPTS- now
accepting applications.
Great pay & benefits;
B&B 389-3235
ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
Home Cleaning
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
* Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace

HOUSEKEEPER
for Ponte Vedra Pre-
school. Great benefits.
include insurance &
401K plan. Call 285-7997
KENNEL ASSISTANT Busy
Southside Miramar
Animal Hospital 4448 Hen-
dricks Ave Suite 1 737-0403

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


SHIPYARD CRAFTS
Immediate openings for
Structural welders &
Ship fitters
Tampa Fl.
Paying $22.00 per hr st& $27.00 per hr OT
Philadelphia Pa.
Paying $25.75 per hr st& 34.75 per hr OT
50 plus hrs a week
rates include per diem




f i i'T lll ri* .- I5 4

Call 1.8008255452


755 Miscellaneous

RESIDENT
ASSISTANCE
positions avail. FT, great
benefits. Call 301-4795
SET/STRIKE CREW F/T
for event company.
Dr Lic req'd Class B Lic
pref'd. Apply in person:
PRI Productions 1819
Kings Ave. 398-8179
EOE, DFWP

876i Painting/
876 Wallpaper

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








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


900 Antiques

DRESSER: HEPPLE WHITE
w/mirror $350 Also
lovely framed pictures,
of all sizes. 904-861-5098
4 Three piece McClen-
don Palor Set. Blue &
| Cream floral print on
Cherry wood. Beauti-
ful $1000. OBO 622-8391

902 Appliances

S/ CHEST FREEZER-
S9.4 cf, Kenmore
S almost new, white,
$100, will transport
282-6466
GAS RANGE w/hood, top
broiler & sealed burners
exc cond, $300. 772-1219
k Washer/Dryer-
SoKenmore, 3 years
S old, 90-series,
Super capacity
plus, heavy duty, $300,
Michael 264-2850
4 Washer/Dryer-ran
S ge, whirlpool,
1 electric, $200, each
like new cash only
more info, call 777-6660
anytime


905 Articles
For Sale

4- Baby Furniture
Gently used 3- n-1
convert, crib,
pack'n play, high
chair, swing, rocker &
ottoman $650 220-2908
BOOKS. Left behind
series, set of
twelve books,
t excellent condi-
tion, $30, 904-781-7076
CAR TOPPER-
Sears hard shell
t car topper. Great
for extra storage
on trips. $30.
912- 6737565




Italian wood comp.
desk, $125, 2003
Ford explorer running
boards, $200.813.1336
4 F GE Washer and
SIDryer. Good con-
dition, $200. Sealy
.'Full Matress/ Box
set. $250 to see call
881-2559 Im.
Golf bag new
1$35.00. 264-6652
S Hot Tub Cover
S 70"76" New condi
|tion $350 obo
0912 882 -0734 Lv
msg
IRONMAN POWER
S Tower, exercise
tower, chinup,
leg- lifts, ab
work-out, $100,
Michael, 264-2850
JEEP- Boys ride-
child's train ride
t table with all trains
tracks storage bins,
$55, 213-9590
S/ KEYBOARD-
S Cassio Callo, $25.2
S twin mattress &
box spring sets,
$50 ea. 249-1666
SMcDonald's Happy
/T Meal 101
Daiations, $60,
904-781-7076
MOTORCYCLE HELMET
Med sz, like new, blk &
gray w/women's med.
gloves$75. 904-707-2125
S/POOL Tble- 7 ft.
/ pool hall style pool
table, asking $700.
call 619 0052
ch POOL Tbe- 7 ft.

Stable, asking $700.
"'call 619- 0052
SSTROLLER- w/
/ carrier, car seat
I r mount, baby bas-
r sinet white,
Winnie Pooh baby
bouncer, portable play
pen, 693-2574, $175
TONY BOSELLI-
/ Full- size card-
V I r board, stand- up.
oJaguars First
Player Drafted,
$95, 268-2482
S4 WATER HEATER-
M SOLAR, $100
-I 1 call Steve after
6pm, for details,
819-6859
ATOZ YOU CAN
SAVE UP TO 90% ON
EVERYTHING NOW!
358-2265 or 259-2292


905 Articles
For Sale

4 ZEAGLE RANGER-
SBCD with ripcord
ki/weight system, and
scuba pro inte-
grated octopus, like
new, must see, $650,
904-864-6200

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

920 Business/
Office

Kimball Exec U Groups
Cherry Veneer
Only $550 Each
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400
STORE CLOSING -Selling
Fixtures (shelves,
racks, etc.) 213-0275

928 Electronics

/ Car Subwoofer and
Amp 10" sub in
| t.tube. No box
needed. Crossfire
70Wx2 amp. Excellent
condition $95 882-5267
TELEPHONE. AT&T
Cordless 5.8 GHZ. Tal-
ing caller I.D, call
waiting with answer-
ing system. Great condi-
tion, $40,268-2482
STV, RCA, 14 in., flat
SI screen tube type. side
< and rear. A/V with
remote. Great cond.
$65,268-2482
4, TV-601n. Zenith
console, yr. 2000,
picture very nice.
$500, 372-935 cell
504-5594 after 4pm.

AB Fruits/
935 Vegetables

BLUEBERRIES You pick.
W. 103rd St., Mon. Tues,
& Sat. 8a-3pm. Call
868-8428 for directions

945 Garage
Sales

BONAPARTE
CROSSING- Com-
RL munlty garage
sale. May 6 & 7,
from 8-2 on Starrett
Rd. next to first coast
High School
Eagle Harbor /Fleming
Island Moving Sale! Sat.
5/13; 7am -2079 Water
Crest Dr. Ethen Allen DR
set. furn, housewares.
FERNINDINA BCH
SFlora Parke Mov-
Si ing Sale- furniture,
tv s, and lots more.
9-1, Sat-Sun, 5/6-7,
31181 Grassy Parke Dr.
& KINGSLAND
| 2 family moving
| sale. Ashton Cove
Apts. Dat. May 13,
exit 3,8-until-
Every hting Must Go!l
MAND. Community Gar.
Sale., Mallard Cove Sub
W. of Shad & Hood.
Sat., 5/13, 8a- noon.
MANDARIN HUGE SALE
Tons of stuff! Antiq,
collectables, furn,
dishes, ciths, figures,
what nots, Fnri/Sat. 8-5.
2545 Spreading Oaks
Ln. off Scott Mill Rd.
Northshore Church
Community Yard Salel
..Sat 8-? 7700 Pearl St.


945 Garage
W Sales

Nside Fri/Sat 7-2 Moving
Sale Everything Must
Go 1253 Ribault River Dr
OP. Sat. Sam. Harley
saddle bags, old glass
& dishes, suite cases,
books, records, etc.
2610 Holly Point W.
4 St. Marys- Garage
sale May 13 7-Ila,
1L 3R7 McQueen
Circle, Sugarmill,
men and women's
clothing and
other Items
4 W'S- MAY7 10.2
S8358 Stelling Drive
I S. Call 803-6617
for info.

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

dO1 Garden/
950 Lawn
John Deere 1800/Sprayer
Great Condition, 1860 hrs.
Won't last @ $4,300.00
Matt-334-9516
/ Murray Riding
Mower w/bagger
t i 17Hp-Twin 42" cut
excellent cond.
$650.00 272-2067

955 Household
955U Furniture

BATH-CrIb, solid
S oak $150, toys,
I o1girls, toddler
clothes, lots of,
baby stuff. 277-1634,
oceanl6l6C)
ccmconnect.com
for pics
/ BDRM.SET- ETHAN
S ALLEN.4 piece set,
full sz bed, mirror,
dresser night
stand, $150. & Call
Michael, 264;2850
M BDRM SUITE-
Ashley Fum.
Sobo, like new bed,
2 night
stands, chest x2.
904,422-3406 or
jdixon01comcast.net

BED $100 Box
& Mattress. Brand name
new, can del. 858-9350
BED $100 Qn and Full
Same Price. King $160
All Brand New (904)674-0405
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic398-5200 can del
BED $155 QN PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $160 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New Can Deliver
(S904)674 0405
BED $379 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic w/
warr 398-5200 can deliv
BED $399 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Queen or Full. King $599
(904)6740405
BED A Brand Name $185
King Set. NEW w/warr
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Brand name Kg pill
topSET. $299. New, w/
warr. Can del. 398-5200
BED: Qn & Sngle. kg
hdbrd, misc. end tbis &
chest. 904-731-1925
BED-single, mat-
tress, box springs,
e e white metal
headboard frame,
sheet set, $75,733-5163


Day & Zimmermann

SECURITY OFFICERS
Day and Zimmermann Security Services
currently has immediate openings for security officers in
Fernandina Beach.
Benefits include:
SSTARTING WAGE: $10.00 upon completion of OJT
401k savings plan with company contribution
* Full time and part time positions available
* Medical and Dental benefits insurance
Paid training, vacation and holidays
S$100 signing bonus
*Life Insurance
Weekly Pay
Requirements:
Excellent customer service skills
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills a MUST;
Stable work history with 2-3 years security exp
HS Diploma
Florida State Security License
Ability to work flexible schedule
SMust be pass pre. employment drug screen
SClean criminal background
* Clean driving record
To apply In person call
904261.5551
for directions.
M/F/D/V/EOE


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955 Household
Furniture

4 BEDROOM SET
S 4 pc light brown,
I moving must sale
Greatmcondition,
dresser, mirror, head-
board, nightstand,
FREE POOL TABLE,
$300. 912-882-7598

Bedroom 4PC Set $298
Accessories & .
Artwork On Sale NOW!
Prints From $29
2Pc Lthr Sofa & Lovest 5 99
S4 Drawer Chests Frm 79 1
Sofas & Chair $298I
25" Color TV's From 9-99I
3 Rm18Pc Condo Pkg 998
12PcSealy Qn Bed 199|
ESCORT "ERANCE

L (904 ME-
BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950. Sac.
$395. 858-9350 Can dellv
CHINA-cabinet,
country style,
excellent condi-
tion, $110 obo,
912-882-1052
COUCH-4 ft.,
S brown
. | leather-look, nail
head perfect for
office, $50 obo, baby
jump. a. roo $25, Guitar
$200, high chair,
$7,476- 7694 .
DAY BED- metal
Frame w/twin sz
mattress, $75.
Michael 264-2850
S DESK- Computer
/ corner desk 'L"
shaped, 2 drawers,
key board pullout
tray, cd holder, $125.
693-2574
Khaki Couch and LVST
Beveled Glass Coffee T/2
End Table Lamps
1000.00 OBO 521-5342
Uving Room Set.
S3 pc, tronyal blue w/
uI obultinottoman
Call fur more info,
$370, 912-882-7598
Mattress Set- (2)
Stwin size set w/
V |1 box spring, $50
"t each call 249-1666
OFFICE SETA 5 Piece,
Cherry, $400. Oak table
and 6 chairs, $200.
904-534.7627

SLEEPER SOFA
Floral pattern, Exc cond.
$275; 904-673-5629
SOFA. never used
S contemporary
micro- fiber plush
suede beige
2-. piece sectional $800.
904.696-0678
SOFA-plaid, gray/
It. blue, beige,
extra Iong,
exc. con,
$350. 904-260-2086
SOFA-plaId,
gray/it, blue/beige,
hol extra long, exc.
condition, $350,
904M260-2086
SOFA SLEEPER cream
ivory cir, d cond, $75;
Office desk maroon cir
$15; 904-707-2125
4 SOFA-sleeper, and
Soveseat, Qn. Anne,
VI rarely used, great
condition, $300
obo, 904264 9507, pic-
tures available
bye-mail,
richjek@comcast.net
Sofa Sleeper $250, dbl
reclln'g loveseat $100;
upholstered chair $150;
uphols. antique rocker,
$200; 641o4455.
4/ TABLE- 3 piece
glass table set,
includes coffee
table and 2 end
tables, $250
Michael 264-2850
/ TABLE- Beautiful
formal wood &
glass dining table
S and china carpet
with 2 extra leafs for
table, $1500. 249-1666
4 TABLE- glass din-
w Includes table, and
4 chairs. $350
Michael 264 2850
4 Vacuum Cleaner
$50, Rocker Bent-
wood $125,32"x8'
entry door $50 roll-
top desk w/swivel chair
$475 Bed frames
264-6814

965 Medical
Q SCOOTER-Medical
,.,,electric Rally, three
'|wheeled, Immacu-
late, red, rarely
used. Runs perfect,
$850. Negotiable,
904-716-7197/
904-541-0400

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services

Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527

SFENDER-American
Stratocaster "Super
Strat" Lace Sensors,
w/case $500 obo'
Fender Amp "85"-85
watts with overdrive
channel and foot
switch, tilt-back legs,
$275 OBO; Fender
Deluxe Reverb like
new Amp, vintage
tube amp re-issue,
tube vibrate, $500
obo,'$500 OBO; Guild
like new Acoustic gui-
tar solid rosewood
back and sides, bone
nut, saddle, con-
denser microphone
pickup installed,
w/hard case, $575
OBO. Call John


SKEYBOARD- CASIO
CA-110 electronic,
S $25. Call 249-1666
PIANO: Kawil Queen Ann
Style exc cond, $3000
904-861-5098
4 PIANO-Antique
-- / upright mirror.
I back with stoolt
very good condi-
tion, $700 obo,

4/ PIANO( Baldwin
/ Acrosovic w/bench
< seat, $2K obo
904-993-3185

980 Sporting

4/GOLF CLUBS- used,

lenium 2000, over-
size Graphite, 4 PW,
475, Master Fit Graph-
ite, 4- AW, $75,
call 220-0340
/ GOLF CLUBS
Used, masterflt,
<|? 4-AW, $75. Hogan
Edge, 1,3- PW $90,
MIllenium 2000 over-
size 4 PW, $75,220- 0340
GUN SHOW May 13- 14
Columbia Co.
Fair Grounds
Hwy 247, Lake City,
Info: 904-461-0273
HUNTING CLUB
S. Carolina has openings
for new members.
Quality managed since
1989, 2500 acres,
private campsites
"available year around,
family atmosphere.
salkehatchieridge.com


Starcraft 14 ft.
aluminum fishing
boat on like new
galvanized trailer
garage kept. In good
condition $1000. Call
241-1398
WEIGHT SET-
3001b's & workout
bench, $100.
Call 573 2863
WINDSURFER-
complete, Obrien.
Including mast sail,
and 2harps,
$100 call 284-6017/
Fleming Island

Sao Wanted To
9 Buy Or Trade
4/ CLAW FOOT BATH
TUB- must be rea-
sonably priced and
In good condition.
Call 282=4095 AWH






Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010Pets and Supplies


25


ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
(Kingsland, GA Territory)

Would you like to work for the No. 1 sales team
in Jacksonville?
If you're aggressive, enthusiastic and have a
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 and
organizational skills a must. You must have
reliable transportation; possess a valid driver's
license and auto insurance. This position will
be assigned to Georgia Times Union and The
Periscope in
,Kingsland, Georgia, territory and will report to
the Jacksonville Office on Mondays.
Qualified applicants may apply online at
www.jacksonville.com/resources/employment.
shtm. 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.
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i005 Livestock
& Supplies

AQHA, 16.1H, 10yo with
ch. bidlines, started
barrels. $2400.. TW, 17H,
14yo g3rt husband horse.
$2200. 904505-0760
AQHA BUCKSKIN MARE
$1000 weanlings, 2 yr
olds. Paint & Quarter
$800 & up 904-75 2355
Buckskin gelding 7yo
flashy $2000. Brood
Mare $500. all UTD 1
mini mare + tags $300.
904-588 4665
HORSES (2) both 5yrs
old, trail & lesson reg
b/w paint gelding &
blood bay append
mare, Call 904.287-5042
MORGAN HORSES clas-
sic lines, exc temp/ con
formtlon 850-212-0184
.1010 Pets &
1010 Supplies

BASSET HOUND CKC req.
Pups, tricolor, lemon &
white, hith & beautiful.
912-632-1777
BLUE HEELER PUP ador-
able blue merle female
6mo old, S/W, very
-smart $250. 904-287-
5042
Bostons/ Peldngese
Poodles/Maltases
Ridge Back Mastiff/
Poms /S type Toy Pu
mixes. $350-$950.
S 904-504-9633
BOSTON TERRIER AKC
PUPS vet hith cert,
great markings, fun
roving family pets. 386-
397-1331, 386-365-0455
-, CAT-Free 4 yr old
S male cat dedawed,
S nuetered, needs
good adult home.
Rescue me pis. Call
904-529-7895
., CAT- handsome,
Scat, neutered/
dedawed, shots, meds
current. Free to good
Shome.912-496 4885/
912-573-6961
CHIHUAHUA Pups, 8 wks
S1st shots, vet chkd 3/M
Iblk 2tan $300. 588-4665
COCKER PUPS, Chmp
sire, AKC, POP ,current
eye exams, SIvr, Buff,
384-4355/868-7591
DACHSHUND PUPS, Mini
long haired, CKC, $400.
904-777-3988
ENGLISH BULL PUPS-AKC
3M/1F, $200dp, $1800 &
pickup on 6/7/06. Call
Teresa 904-449-5110
ENGLISH BULLDOGS
Awesome Babies, AKC,
$1250 912-552-1431
Free German Shep
0 Puppies
I No papers 9517
Commonwealth
Ave. 783-3284
German Shepherd, AKC,
white, bik/slv, 12wks,
Call 904-781-9872
GREAT DANE AKC brindle
puppies. Mom & dad on
premises. Shots &
health certificate. $700.
352-284-0722
LAB AKC PUPS Yellow,
.Black $400. shots. 1/F
black, 1 yr old $175.
904-781-0194, 880-0563
LAB PUPS, AKC, lchoc M,
3yel. M. Field champion
pedigree, S/W. born
/1, $500. 904- 333-1377
LABRADOODLES healthyO
top quality, pups. Shed
less $450 up 706-556-0504
MALTESE PUPPIES AKC,
Males, Cash only
e904 779- 6531/553- 7638
OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG
PUPS AKC, HC. 4M/4F,
Ady for pickup 5/25.
$800. 386-447-1603
Pembroke Welsh Corgis
j5F/2M, HC, Micro-chip,
POP. 386-659-2512
POODLES Tea Cup AKC
2/M 1/F very tiny
$800-.$1200 334-4058
plumprettypoodles.com
Rottweiler -POP, 6M, 4F,
$550. papers,
904-298-3067
SSchnauzer mini
S AKC, all shots,
I health certificate,6
mo. house broken,
pick of litter, $700 obo,
904463-2254/
904 213-9941
SHELTIES -AKC, all ages,
all colors, $325-up,
786-7424 or 483-6773
SIBERIAN HUSKIES -2 blk
/wht males w/blue eyes,
904.665.6415/272.5936
WEST HIGHLAND TERRIERS
AKC, M/F, beautiful, non
shed $5600, 352-591-5068
YORKIE PUPS, CKC-TOYS,
Parent are 4-l6bs. 3m/3f
$800. $850. 904-573- 0445
YORKIES
AKC, Beautiful!
904-614-2995; 291-1829






Transportation
I200Aviation
1205 Boats
1210Sailboats
12 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230 RVs and Supplies
1235RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
L355Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boals
4L Four WInns CUOO4,
1999, 205 Sund-
owner, like new,
only 40 hrs, $1999
obo, 904-422-3406 or
jnixon01@comcast.net
10.5' Zodiac Inflatable
w/5hp NIssan Eng.
$1800. 904-449-1710
4 11' Inflatable
AVON, $500 obo or
I t14 hp Johnson
Motor $800
904 993-3185
4, 1Oft LOWE JON
f trailer, 75 hp,
v Evinrude, 1983
SOHP Johnson, Mlnn
Kota, 565, all $2000 obo,
742-3525/ 744-1794
18' SEA CHASER -'04
Center console 90HP,
trir $11,500 821-5488
18.8' BAYLINER '00, Merc
Inbrd mtr w/cov & trlr,
$9000obo. 904- 768- 3617
19' Wellcraft Eclipse "96
4.3L V-6. well malnt. no
trir $8500. 904-343-2827
4, 19' Trophy '02CC,FRsh
S Finder PSBiminl,
[1t 125hp Mercury
Outboard, warranty
extras $15900. O50.
422-3113
4, 23 ft Monterey
cuddy with trailer,
| needs work, $4000
"- call 904-859-0921


4,23' Montery Cuddy
1992, with trailer.
S Needs work, $4000.
Call 904- 476.9079
23' Proline Off Shore '83
with Volvo 270 eng &
extra I/B Mercurser 4.2
Vortek eng, HD trailer,
$8900 or poss. trade,
904-449-1710
WANTED!
BoatS, Motors. & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440

121 Boat Dockage
2 a & Rentals

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

1230 SRVis
Atd 6Supplies
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386)462-3039
1.80. 541-6439
ALPHAGOLD 34' Tri-Slide
5Wh. 2001, center-Isle,
walking closet, under
warr. $39K 904-879-9158


1230 R'"s**
1230 Supplies

A COACHMAN CAT-
ALINA lite fully
loaded, double and
bunk beds. sleeps
6, a/c, heat stove,
shower, $9500, 485-0013
DOLPHIN '91, Camper.
76,000 ml. $6,400 or best
offer. Vehicle in Atlantic
Bch. (973) 809-2012
PACE ARROW '30 1985,
low ml's, Immac. cond,
all papers avl, 2nd owner,
$10Kobo. 904-304-4480
WINNEBAGO Chieftain
'90, 25ft. RC, asking
$9500. Call 860-287-.5018
Consignments Welcome
30,000 People Will See
Your RV This Weekend
Call Phllip at 548-7414
Low Overhead
Low Prices
Lowest Prices on Travel
Trailers
Call Phlilp at 548-7414

1300 Motorcycles
SHarley Davldson
/ 1200 Sportster, 01'
S/89l5 mL., black with
red pin stripes.
Looks and runslike
new Windshield D.
Dyne seat wth back
rest, reara pes, engine
rack. 0
90461066062
HARLEY DAVIDSON
b soft tall, 2002,
black chrome, and
ght packages,
windshedI6400
$12,500,9O4 44 1489/
2139845
HARLEY DAVIDSON,
Fatboy 2001 exc cond
10k ml Call 759-7744
SNarley Davidson XL
55/ 1200 Sportster,
I low miles, lots of
chrome, excellent
condition, blue & silver,
$8500 obo. 912-6744453
Honda 1300C 2004,
S5000 mi Vance
Hlines. Exhasut lots
of extras2yrs fac-
tory warranty/services
remain I ng $10500
553-3249 or 771-2442 o
A HONDA 1979t gold
Swing, h new tres,

sidecar, call
912-673-1897 after 5,
912-729-8904.JIM
a Honda Elite Motor
S Scooter Blue
kt, 5700mi, excellent
S cond, $850,
272-2067
Honda Rancher 350 '04
Electric shift, red great
cond $3200 obo.
904-a631-5455 or

HONDA SHADOW
1100CC 1997
Custom black paint
w/purple shadow
flames,many extras
-Cobra 2" drag pipes
with jetted for carbu-
retors, Cobra lug-
gage rack, Honda
saddle bags. Mem-
phis slim windshield
and mounting kit,
custom driver, pas-
senger padded seats,
custom chrome and
padded sissy bar,
Cobra luggage rack
with travelpack, cus-
tom chrome rear
shocks, throttle lock
cruise control. The
bike has lots of
chrome clutch radia-
tor, tag signal light,
reservoir, cable, sMift
peg covers and other
accent chrome. Plus,
custom jardine pilot
and passenger foor
pegs and cup holder.
Call 904.294-6223 ;
$4,995 OBO
This Honda can be
seen online at
http://www.]acksonville -
florlda.blz/cvce/htm
KAWASAKI
LXR-1100,2000,
better n an new,
g arage kept, must sel
$4990. Obe,Ca 241-1398
4, Suzuki Bandit
S2002- 600c, black
\ 6k miles, excellent
cond $3200, base
housing call I
904229 7833 or 807- 7881
SYamaha 1100 CUs-
tom, 15 degree
S ChoppAer Rak et
n Lowered rear bags,
custom paint and body
modifications, 3k miles,
like new- excellent!
condition, $8500 obo,
904-264-7173 or
9042269-4881 i
Yamaha YZ 250 low
hours; owner
kLtransferred. MUqst
Sell, $2100 obo,
912-573- 3161

1310 Auto Parrt
Blue-.Ox 'baseplate
Sand driveshaft
S.disconnect with
driveshaft for Chev
Blazer, 97-03 auto
transmission, $300 obo,
valued, $1300. 282-6466
BOAT/CAR SHED
12'x30' covered
|two sides and back
12' peak tarp,
24'x30 new. 542-2727
S, Four 16x8 Alloy
SRims With 255/
,6SR16 Goodyerar
Eagle LS Tires.
From '05 Dodge
Dakota. 5500mi. $300
obo. 422-3113 1
SSPARE TIRE and
4 WHEEL for 1986
S|1Volvo 240 sl 175/80
D 14. Never on
Ground $70,268-&2482

TOOL BOX-Truck Options
Custom fit for S. 10, may
fit other small truck,
double walled, heavy
duty lid w/lock & key.
Extra deep; stnls hard-
ware $200. 904-962-4525

1320 Antiques/
Classics



$ $800 CASH
197le 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
4, CORVETTE 1980'
Black 350 AT, $4K
obo 904-695-0681
Corvette 1980,
^ "'or best offer,
904 69- 0681

1325 Automotive,
4 Accord EX Sedan
'95 4 door, 4 cy,.
2.2L VTEC, 5 speed,
manual premium
sound system, sun roof
alloy wheels
912-882-3508 $3000
ACURA 3.2 TL '01 4dr,
60,800 miles, leather,
moonrf, loaded. Great
cond! $14,975. 699-9669
ACURA 3.5RL '97. Pre-
mium w/Nav. 21,000
original miles. Loaded.
$13,975. Call 699-9669
17%ACURA RL '04 Nav,
'.. sunroof, CD. only
39,000 mi. $27,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


ACURA RSX '02
Auto, CC, PL, PW $9988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
0 ACURA TL '05
Burgundy/tan,
beautiful. $28,860
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/7\ ACURA TL'03
SEx low miles, CD,
sunroof. $16,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/7\AUDI A4 SEDAN '03
S1.8Turbo only
29,000 mi. $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(7 AUDI TT CONVT.
' '02. Only 25,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VBMW 3251 '06. Like
S new, only 3000
m iles. $32,340
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 525 '89
LIKE NEW! $6990
Call 389-7700


1325 Automotive
I( BMW Z4 3.0 '06
Only 400 miles.
$38,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
S BUICK 2002
Redezvous. Very
S clean. Excellent
conditlo, $10K obo,
882-8853
BUICK LESABRE '00
Stk#G172 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BUICK REGAL -Grande
Sport, '96 3.8L, all pwr
options. exc cond, well
maint, 2nd owner,
$4200. Steve 777-9196
BUICK RIVIERA '95 Super
charged, Ithr, moonrf, lo
mi. Nice! $59715. 699-9669
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
OM-aROiUHAM" O*

$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 837- 0961 Today
CADILLAC DEVILLE '95
Stk#BUCG072A. $5,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
,CADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Pearl white.
S Beautiful: $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
C CADILLAC DEVILLE
*03.Only44,000
-1 miles. $218,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ i CADILLAC CTS '03
a Pearl white/tan,
beautiful. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC CATERA '00
Leather, loaded. 58900
miles. Beautiful! $8975.
Call 777-9119
CADILLAC DEVILLE '99
D'Elegance. Pearl
metallic, loaded, low mi,
nice! $8975. 777-9119
CHEV CAVALIER '01
AUTO, 4DR, $6,288
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '03
FULL PWR $14,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVROLET CAVALIER '04
Stk#4061C $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '02
Stk#G013 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '01
Stk#G167 $8,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/"I CHEVROLET
Vy CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. speed
$32,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY CORVETTE
98'- Fully loaded,

$16,855. call
912-467-6145
CHEVY COBALT '05
2dr, sporty, custom
wheels, tint, low miles,
factory warranty.
$229/mo. 334-7253
CHEVY IMPALA'05
HURRY! WON'T LAST!
$10,990. Call 389-7700
S Chevy Sliverado 03'
3500 all power,
Excellent condition,
54K, vS,8.1L, $19K,
882-3679 or 674-8731
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
Stk#G098 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '01
Stk#G124 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
[ CHRYSLER 300C
S'05. Navigation,
sunroof, fully
equipped. $24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
,M CHRYSLER PT LTD
F CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
DODGE NEON R/T '04
Stk#5615A $11,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4, DODGE NEON 2001
i runs great, a/c works,
good on gas, $3500
obo, 626-1104/
40862539
4, Firebird 84'V6, AT:
both recently
honeycomb
wheels, extra hatch-
back, turbo hood, 1987
nose. 772- 9306
FORD ESCORT '99 Great
1st car or commuter
$6995. Call 334-7253
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
Stk#G020 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS SE '01
Auto, PL PW, PM, CC
MNAF $4988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD MUSTANG '99
Stk#BUC0023BA $6788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD MUSTANG '05
SAVE THOUSANDS! Auto,
leather, spoiler, loaded,
Must sell fast! 334-7253
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
St#1570A $18,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '03
Stk#G144 $14,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD TAURUS SE '03
5tk#G034 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD TAURUS S/W '02
Stk#G109 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD T-BIRD '97


Stk#BUCG171A $5788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877









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1325 Automotive
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
Stk#7444B $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD EX '04
Stk#G100 $21,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
t HONDA ACCORD
EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA ACCORD EX '02
4dr, at/ac, loaded, 49K
mi, luxury & economy
$14,975. Call 777-9119
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA CIVIC EX '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A Honda Civic 94' 2
T dr, hatchback
excellent gas
mileage, 30 MPG,
new tires good
condition, $1300 269-5460
HYUNDAI.TIBURON '05
Stk#F937 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI XG350 '03
Stk#G041 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI G35 '04
.Stk#F787 $28,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Inflniti FX 35 '03
Loaded, Sunroof, 22" Perfor-
mance Wheels, Low Miles,
Mint Condition, $24,998
398-8420
/ l INFINITIG35
SEDAN '03. Only
29,000 miles.
Beautiful $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NFN INFINITI G35
SEDAN '04
Champagne/tan
e $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI Q45 ,98. AT, AC,
leather, loaded, 78K mi.
Perfect! $12,975. 777-9119
JAGUAR XKR '01 Coupe,
Low ml, Super Charged,
safe In trunk. Custom
bik rims, beautiful!
$45,000 OBO 537-1988
JEEP CHEROKEE 91
S laredo, white,
|7 1445,792mi, pwr
Swindows/doors
auto, fmn/am cass., air
cond, new shocks,
$2500,744-1794/
742-3525
KIA RIO 4DR '04
Stk#G030 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SPECTRA LS '04
Stk#G106 $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SPECTRA '03
Auto, ac, cc pl, pw $6988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
LEXUS ES 300 '00
Stk#16358 $13,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS SC400 '95.2dr,
teal w/gray Ithr, loaded,
92K mi. $10,975. 699-9669
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '99
Stk#BUC2683F $8988
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
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
'96. Pearl met w/beige
Ithr, moonrf, loaded,
Very nice! $900 dn. Very
Easy Financing! 674-4444
LINCOLN MARK VIII '94
Candy green met w/lthr,
loaded $3975. 699-9669
MAZDA 6 '04
Auto CC, PL, PM, PW
$12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
MAZDA MIATA '96
Stk#BUC4283B $5988
TOM BUSH AlUTOPLEX 371-4877
SMAZDA MATA '01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful l! $12,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MAZDA MILLENIA '02
Pearl met. w/beige Ithr,
at/ac, moonroof, loaded,
5SK mi. $13,975. 777-9119
/3r MMAZDA RX8'04
s!0Leahter; CD, priced
to sell. $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-o0012
MAZDA RX8 '04
11xxx miles, 6spd. Why
wait. $18,990. 389-7700
SMERCEDES C 240,
S03' Platinum w/
silver interior and
wood grain. Fully
loaded $24,600 obo.
WarrantyAvailable, 50K
miles, 904- 505 4780
MEC MERCURY SABLE
LS '03, Leather, CD
Beautiful $11,995
LEXUS&OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCURY SABLE LS '01
Prem V6, AT, AC, leather,
loaded. $600 dn.
674-4444. Easy Finance!
SMitsubishi Eclipse
[ Spyder GS 1999
I convertible, 99k
miles, 2nd owner,
new top, new tires,
awesome $7200 obo.


'05 SAAB 9-7's
Great selection
from $28,988

'04 LINEAR 9-3
$19,988

'03 9-3 SE
Convertible
Two in stock,
you choose!!
Only $23,988

'03 9-3 LINEAR'
$17,988

'03 9-5 ARC
Sedan
Only $18,988

'01 9.3 SE Hatch
Only $7988

'99 SAAB 9-3
Hatch $7988




'05 Chevy
Impala" LS"
Only $15,988

'04 Honda
Accord EX
Only $17,988

'03 Mercedes
E320
Only $32,988

'03 Toyota
Highlander
Only $16,988
'02 Toyota
4Runner
"Umited"
Only $19,988

'02 Nissan
Maxoma GLE
Only $13,988
'01 Chevy Malibu
Only $6988

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1325 Automotive
NISSAN ALTIMA '02
St#G050 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN ALTIMA SL
'05. Leather, CD,
roof. $19,780
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN MAXIMA '02
MNRF. PW, LKS $15,400
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
NISSAN SENTRA GXE '02.
4dr, at/ac, loaded, 23,400
miles. Very nice! Great
MPG! $9975. 699-9669
PONTIAC GRAND AM '04
4DR, PS, PL, PM, PW, CC
$13,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
PONTIAC G6 '05
St#G006 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC GRAND AM '02
St#F983 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
'04. MUST SEE! $9995
Call 389-7700
Pontiac Grand Am '89
New motor & transmis-
sion & headliner, needs
paint job. Asking $1200
OBO. Call 778-1086
for info
A PONTIAC
S TRANS AM 95'
new transmission
S and engine
paperwork, new tires,
t.tops, 6spd, $8K must
sell 904-655-0685
PORSCHE BOXSTER '02
30,500 mi, 5spd, war-
ranty $26,900. 220-7078
SATURN ION 2 '01
St#G017 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN L200'01
St#BUCG101A $6,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI VERONA '04
St#G097 $14,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/ TOYOTA AVALON
S '03 Extra low
miles. $19,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA COROLLA '05
Auto, PL, PM, PW, CC
$13,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
S Toyota Corolla
.P- 2B005,4dr,LE
4 excellent condi-
tion, Low mileage,
803-6617. 8358 Stevens
Drives Jacksonville,
32244 to see.
TOYOTA PRIUS '06 Only
3000 miles, Save your
gas! 55mpg. 334-7253
L TOYOTA RAV4 02'
Gold, 4 cyl, auto-
Smatic pow err/
Brakes/ power
doors/ mirrors.
cd/am/fm/tape. Air
bads, ABS leather,
cruise control, NO
PROBLEMS!HI $13,490.
MOVING! 904.254-0144
I TOYOTA SOLAR
/ 01' loaded, low
',)miles, garage kept,
good gas mileage,
$11K obo, call 334 9023
Tt VOLKSWAGEN
S PASSAT '03. W8
motion, extra low
miles. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Volvo 940 Sedan
C '95 Gas turbo,
13 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 S40 '01
St#F757 $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Volvo S60T5, fully
loaded, red,
leather, sunroof,
$11,999 call
434-6498
VOLVO S80 '06
AWD, fully
equipped. Only 425
miles. $37,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Consignments Welcome
30,000 People Will See
Your Car This Weekend
Call Phillip at 548-7414

Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-05
ALL
Military
and
Civilian
I$0 DOWN I
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662- 0726


1335 $2000 or Less

.2 FOR 1!!
Ford Ranger'91 needs
transm. '88 Chevy
Cavalier just ugly. $1500
for both!!' Lv msg.
751-2186



Ew$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
HONDA ACCORD EX- '91
all power, AM/FM, A/C,
new timing belt $1495.
904 -384 -3231
Lincoln Town Car
S92', loaded, runs
4J great, everything
me works, good gas
mileage, $750,272-2642/
505.3692
PONTIAC GRAND AM '94
4dr, runs, but need some
work. $450obo. 718- 5091
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

y ACURA MDX 'OS
S Only 9000 miles,
champ/tan $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ACURA MDX '03, touring,
loaded, low miles, like
new, $25K 904- 631- 3500
y\ CADILLAC SRX '06
Pearl white, fully
equip, like new.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
yV CADILLAC
S- ESCALADE '03
Black Beauty! Fully
equipped. $29,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(7\ CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06.
Pearl white/tan,
fully equipped. $41,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Cadillac Escalade '04
Loaded, Low Miles, XM
Radio, Navigation, Enter-


TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER
'02. Stk#F546A $14,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET BLAZER LS '02
StifG]nQ 0$11 88P
TOM BUSH AUTOPLLX 171.4877
CHEVROLETK 1500 99
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4, CHEVROLET
PICKUP 90', auto,
S ext. cab, V8, 4x4,
198K miles, solid
engine, newer tires,
$2200 obo, 847- 370- 078
Chevrolet 1500 Crew Cab '04
4X4, Loaded, Leather, LT
Package, Still Under Fac-
tory Warranty, Low Miles,
$24.998 398-8420


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
CHEV SUBURBAN 1500 99
CC, PS, Leather, PL, PW
$8,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
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
Chevy 1500 '95 Ext cab.
ground pkg, cold AC, CD,
160Kmi $4999. 813-5424
CHEVY BLAZER LS '01
2dr V6, at/ac, loaded, 68K
ml. $6975. Call 777-9119
CHEVY CREW CAB
DUALLY '00. V8, AT, AC.
47,800 miles. Nice!
$13,975. Call 699-9669
Chevy S-10 '99 LS
pick-up, extra cab
w/jump seats.
4cyl/5spd. A real gas
sipper. 118,000 ml es.
AM/FM Cassette. Bed-
liner. Only $3350
Call 631-2215
A Chevy Sllverado 97'
I c1500 ext cab, PS
PB, v8, bed liner,
S great ac 144K
miles, must see, $7K
obo.
/( \ CHEVY TAHOE LT
'03. Moonroof, CD,
quad seats, black/
tan, beautiful! $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ CHEVY TAHOE '03
S Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1 998-0012
DODGE 1500 SLT XCAB
'96. V8 AT, loaded. 77.500
miles. $6975. 777-9119
Dodge 3500 Crew Cab '04
Dually, 4X4, SLT Lariat,
Loaded, Turbo Diesel, Low
Miles,$28,998 398-8420
DODGE DAKOTA '02
Stk#F854 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE DURANGO '05
Stk#F855 $20,788
, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
DODGE RAM 1500 '02
4X4 QUAD CAB $16,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD ESCAPE XLT '05
St#G008A $16,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
A FORD EXPEDITION
S2001, EDDIE BAUER,
It blue V-8, loaded,
$14K obo,
904-553-8569, well
maintained,
non- smoker, beautiful
FORD EXPLORER '02
Stk#1666A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD EXPLORER'04
$200 down, $200 per mo.


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



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



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


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

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880

GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy 398-3036

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch.
1-800-228-7454
116 1 i


ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO

REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454

WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

FORD EXPEDITION '05
Like new low miles,
loaded, leather, 3rd
seat. $25,500. 334-7253
l FORD EXPEDITION
'03 Eddie Bauer,
Black/tan, 4x4,
fully equipped $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
L FORD EXPLORER
94', new transmls-
sion, tire, battery,
AC, power, runs
great, $2000 obo, call
291-0799
FORD EXPLORER 4dr 4x4
'0 5 at/ac, loaded. 17,200
mi. $15,975. Call 699-9669
FORD EXPLORER XLT '9 7
4dr, AWD, 46,100 orig mi,
loaded. $6975. 699-9669

FORD F150 XL '01
Super Cab, AT, V8 $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD F150 XCAB '05
St#34280 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F150 '02 V8 4WD
AT, $10,950 See in Key-
stone Hts 904-591-0113
Q FORD F- 350,.93',
S dual tire 152K
4 miles, great shape,
S $ 600 obo,
904"422-3406 or
jnixon01@comcast.net
FORD RANGER XCAB '03
Stk#F923A $14,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD SPORT TRAC
S03'Excellent con-
ti, edition, 40K miles,
18,500,912-576 7191
GMC ENVOY '03
CC, CD, PW, PL, PW
$14,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904,272-2200
GMC SIERRA XCAB '02
St#G110A $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC YUKON '05
Stk#9927A $29,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/"T GMC YUKON
SDENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$24,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ I GMC YUKON XL
SO ASLT '03. White/
tan, Sunroof, DVD,
quad seats. $24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
yI GMC YUKON SLT
\Sf' '04. Extra low
miles, like new,
black/tan, DVD,
crhome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/7-% GMC YUKON'03
% Black/tan, leather,
CD, sunrf $22,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
7\ GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Fully
equipped $28,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CRV LX '04
PL, CC, PM, PW $18,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA CRV '04
Extra low miles
Equipped. $15,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( HONDA PASSPORT
EX '02. Only 40,000
miles. $13,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA PILOT EX '03
Stk#3299c $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA PILOT EXL
'04. Champagne/
tan. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA RIDGEUNE
f '06. Like new, 4x4,
white. $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HUMMER H3 '06
Only 5000 miles.
$32,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI FX35 '03.
2dr, silver/black, low
miles. Sporty, loaded
$24,700. R334-7253
INFINITI FX35 '03
Stk#1674A $25,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
V INFINITI QX56 '05
SNavigation DVD,
Fully Equip.S42,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 INFINTI 9X56 '04
Pearl white, fully
equipped. $35,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP CHEROKEE '02
Stk#4696D $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
: JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '04
Limited V8 4x4,
Sunroof. $18,495
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP LIBERTY '05
Stk#G016 $19,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
JEEP WRANGLER 4x4 '97
Red. 4cyl, 5spd, AC, nice!
$6975. Call 777-9119
KIA SPORTAGE 2WD '01
5SP, AC $7488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
KIA SPORTAGE 4dr '01.
Red, 27K mi, loaded. Gas
saver! $8975. 699-9669


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
LEXUS RX 300 '02
Stk#F868 $25,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS RX330 '04 SAVE
THOUSANDS! Loaded,
must sell. Please call,
will take B/0. 334-7253
(7 LINCOLN
\ NAVIGATOR '04
White tan fully
equip. Ultimate! $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MITS MONTERO '00
Stk#3260D $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER
A04-25Kmi, PS, AC,
AM/FM, black, gd cond.,
$19,750. 229-247-9740
NISSAN MURANO SL '04
Silver, auto, loaded, low
miles, motivated seller
Call 334-7253
NISSAN MURANO SL '03
St#6683A $24,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN PATHFINDER '05
St#9064B $23,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN XTERRA '00
St#84028 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC AZTEK '01
St#BUC6067A $6,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI GR VITARA '05
St#G097 $15,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
SUZUKI VITARA '02
Ride in style! $6990
Call 389.7700

TOOL BOX-Truck Options
Custom fit for S-10, may
fit other small truck,
double walled, heavy
duty lid w/lock & key.
Extra deep; stnis hard-
ware $200. 962-4525
TOYOTA RUNNER '04
Black, auto, low miles,
extra clean. Price
negotiable. 334-7253
TOYOTA RUNNER '04
St#5848C $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/i T TOYOTA RUNNER
y '01. Extra low mi.
Beautiful! $15,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER '04
LTD Only 18,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA
q LANDCRUISER '01
Fully equipped
$21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA RAV4 '04
St#8429B $17,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA TACOMA
DOUBLE CAB- '03, V6,
4x4, 60k mi, ARE cover
SR5pkg, Custom whis


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



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



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonville comn
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992



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



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



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.ciyautornotlve.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityauto00tive.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.ciyautomotwe.cor



COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000

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

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S.1 South, St Aug. 904-704-9990

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



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

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



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



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




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



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071

SATURN OF REGENCY
Al. .. A .1 7w onn


Trucks /
1340 Trailers /
SUV's ,
TOYOTA TACOMA '04
16K miles, silver, great
on gas. First $13,500
takes it. Call 334-7253
(7 TOYOTA TUNDRA
F. EX CAB '00. V8
$12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA TACOMA X CAB
'02 $10,950 See in Key-
stone Hts 904- 591-0113
VOLVO XC90 T6 03
St#7843A $29,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4801
Consignments Welcome
30,000 People Will See
Your Truck/SUV This
Weekend
Call Phillip at 5487414

1345 Vans/Buses

CHRYSLER PACIFIC*A 04
Stk#G154 $19,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE CARAVAN '05
Stk#F999 $14,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM VAN '99,
Illness in family, take
over paym e nts.
904-786-9461
FORD E350 Econovan '88
21 Passenger, excellent
running condition, 460
gas engine, no A/C,
asking $4000. Call
434-2799 if Interested
FORD WINDSTAR 102
Stk#F980 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC CARGO VAN '01
2500, V8 $13,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '02
Stk#G185 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '04
CC, PL, PM, REMOTE
$19,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200

YlMscellaneous


S96/ With trailer.
SI Brand new motor
under 50 hrs. $3K
obo. call 449-5010 or
272-2826 for more Info.
a YAMAHA
S Waverunner 3
41 person, VX110
deluxe remote
speed control trailer
cover, extended war-
ranty showroom con-
dition. $6500.280-7947/
403-4857

135 Auto's/Trucks
3 Wanted


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700

CITYSUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
S www.cityautootive.comn



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S.1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLE VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911




O'STEEN VOLVO
'5s Phiti HI''. 396-5486




PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





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

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road OP. 269-5002

DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticketcomr
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
1i))4 Ari,, Bit 998-0012

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

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

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






WORLD IMPORTS
www.woddimportsusa.com


wwacsnilleco


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquarters.
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd 777-3673


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



COGGIN HONDA
ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA

OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


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



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



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



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 364-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454


COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
*' i 13,,,ij '1 771-6078



LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando 9 407-339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500






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