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Creation Date: May 25, 2006
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Special Dinner
Battle Of Midway Event Is June 2
Page 7


Tour de Cure
Team Navy Jax Rides For A Cause
Pages 8-9


VPK Graduates
37 Preschoolers Get Diplomas
Page 20


THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2006


Clay County honors military


Byj01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
More than 250 people
took part in the
Clay County Cham-
ber of Commerce's 28th
annual Military Apprecia-
tion Luncheon at the Cy-
press Club and Ballroom
May 16. The event is organ-
ized each year by area busi-
nesses and residents of Clay
County to celebrate the con-
tributions service members
make to the local communi-
ty.
Clay County Chamber of
Commerce Chairman of the
Board of Directors Bob
Krieger said that the mili-
tary is a central part of the
county. "The contributions
of the military to Clay
County and our country
can't be overstated,"
Krieger said. "Service mem-
bers have a positive impact
on the local economy and
are an important part of
our community."
The luncheon kicked off
with the presentation of the
colors by the Ridgeview
High School NJROTC Color
Guard followed by the invo-
cation and a presentation
to remember service mem-
bers who are or were pris-
oners of war or missing in
action.
As guests finished their
meals, Guest speaker Capt.
Matthew Schellhorn, cur-
rently serving as chief of
staff at Commander Navy
Region Southeast, gave a
speech that praised the mil-
itary honorees for their
pride and commitment.
"Today's award recipients
are making a difference in


Photos by JO1 Mike England
Commander Navy Region Southeast Chief of Staff Capt. Matthew Shellhorn talks about how
important the military is to the local community during the luncheon.


their services and commu-
nities," he said. "While each
of you are from different
backgrounds, the one thing
you all have in common is
that you represent your
country with pride."
After Schellhorn conclud-
ed his remarks, 38 Sailors
from NAS Jacksonville and
its tenant commands as
well as Soldiers, Marines
and Airman from Camp
Blanding Joint Training
Center and Blount Island
Command were called up
one by one to receive a
plaque for their outstand-
ing service and a $50 sav-
ings bond donated by Clay


County area businesses.
NAS Jacksonville Sailor
of the Year SH1(SW/AW)
Derrek Robinson, leading
petty officer of the Bachelor
Enlisted Quarter, thought
the event was great for
both the Navy and the com-
munity.
"I'm honored and priv-
iledged to be part of such a
special day," Robinson stat--
ed.
"Events like these go a
long way toward building
strong relations between
the military and the com-
munity."
After the awards were
passed out, all of the


awardees stood together
onstage and received a
standing ovation from the
audience.
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson thought the cham-
ber of commerce did a great
job of recognizing the
accomplishments of North-
east Florida's premier serv-
ice me hibers. "The Clay
County Chamber of
Commerce really went all
out in recognizing the
efforts of our Sailors,
Marines, Soldiers and
Airmen. I really appreciate
the gratitude they dis-
played here today," he said.


VP-5 change of command f -V


ceremony is tomorrow
By Lt. j.g. Rich Parella
VP-5 PAO
C mdr. Brent Klavon will relieve Cmdr. William Johns as commanding officer of
VP-5 during a change of command ceremony tomorrow. Klavon takes over as
commanding officer just as the "Mad Foxes" begin their surge period as VP-5 air
crew detach to sites around the world to support combatant commanders. In December
2006, the squadron will deploy overseas to conduct various missions in support of the
global war on terror. Cmdr. Brent Klavon
Klavon was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pa. He graduated from Pennsylvania State
University with a bachelors of science degree in 1988, received his commission via
NROTC, and subsequently began flight training. In June 1989, he received his pilot wings.! .
Upon completion of fleet replacement squadron training at VP-31, Klavon reported to .
the Golden Eagles of VP-9 stationed at Moffett Field, Calif. in January 1990. While
there, he completed a deployment to Misawa, Japan and detachments to Adak, Alaska
and Panama. He also conducted a homeport duty station change with VP-9, leaving
Moffett Field, Calif. for Barbers Point, Hawaii in 1993.
In March 1993, Klavon reported to VP-30 in Jacksonville. Following his three-year
tour in VP-30, Klavon reported aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) in Norfolk,
Va. as assistant navigator.
In June 1998, he reported to the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Millington, Tenn. as an
aviation officer detailer for the P-3 community. Following his tour in Tennessee, Klavon
reported to the "Pelicans" of VP-45 in Jacksonville for his operational department head
tour in June 2000. He completed deployments to Sigonella, Italy and Roosevelt Roads,
Puerto Rico.
In April 2002, he served as the broad area maritime surveillance unmanned aerial
vehicle requirements officer to the Chief of Naval Operations staff, Director, Naval Air Cmdr. William Johns
Warfare, Washington D.C. In March 2004, he served as the executive officer of VP-30 in
Jacksonville prior to joining VP-5 in April 2005.
Throughout his tenure as commanding officer, Johns led VP-5 to unparalleled levels of success to include completing
a worldwide deployment in support of the war on drugs, global war on terror and combat missions in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
VP-5 achieved unprecedented levels of readiness, executed the first P-3 search, rescue, and survey missions in
response to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, won a sixth consecutive Retention Excellence Award, eclipsed 28 years
and 167,000 mishap-free flight hours and earned the 2005 Golden Wrench Award under Johnsi command. His next
assignment will be the National War College in Washington, DC.
Cmdr. Reggie Howard will take over as the new VP-5 executive officer.


www.jaxairnews.com


A Memorial Day moment

of remembrance and

safety reminder
From NAS ax Safety Office
Memorial Day, originally called Decoration
Day, has always been a solemn day of nation-
al remembrance-a fitting time to honor all
those who have died, often in combat, while serving
our nation in uniform. Throughout the years there
have been many activities associated with this spe-
cial holiday including participating in parades and in
ceremonies at veterans cemeteries and memorial
monuments, placing American flags at the graves of
veterans, and wearing red poppies to honor those
who made the supreme sacrifice on our behalf.
As the years
have passed, the
true meaning of ,"
this holiday has
sometimes been
lost as we as a
nation of indi-
viduals began .
looking forward
to the Memorial
Day weekend as
a time to get
away from work.
to relax and to
celebrate the
start of the sum-
mer season.
To remind .a se
Americans .. .
about the true
meaning of this -
day, the "Na-
tional Moment of Remembrance" resolution was
signed by the President of the United States in
December 2000. This resolution asks that at 3 p.m.
local time on Memorial Day, all Americans voluntari-
ly and informally observe in their own way a moment
of remembrance and respect, pausing from whatever
they're doing for a moment of silence, or to listen to
"Taps" in honor of those who have fallen in battle. We
urge all of you to please take a moment on Memorial
Day to remember and salute our veterans of every
generation who have put their lives on the line for
our freedom.
Besides the ceremonies, parades and solemn remi-
niscences, the Memorial Day holiday of course also
marks the beginning of the "101 Critical Days of
summer," the unofficial start of the summer season
in the United States. It is the first national holiday
since the winter holiday season and is often associat-
ed with short vacation trips, the first family barbecue
of the new season or taking time to enjoy the out-
doors in the warm weather.
No matter what activity you may decide upon,
some driving will probably be involved. When you
leave the comfort and security of your home for that
short trip to the store or the trip to your vacation
spot, please bear in mind that you are entering a
dangerous environment. The advent of modern vehi-
cles and their safety features combined with our
nation's well-designed and marked roads have all
contributed to complacency and the prevailing atti-
tude that accidents will happen to others and not
to us. However, the latest statistics compiled by the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tell
quite a different story. During 2004 more than 42,000
people were killed in automobile accidents, including
95 Sailors and Marines. Fifty-five percent of those
killed in passenger vehicles were not wearing safety
belts.
The six predominant factors associated with these
wrecks are driving between the hours of midnight
and 6 a.m., driving during the weekend, not using
seat belts, drunk driving, speeding, and driver
fatigue. So, as you plan your activities for the coming
Memorial Day weekend, always consider safety in
the process. When driving, do so defensively, but
courteously. Allow extra time for the increased traffic
on the roads, wear your seatbelt, and require your
passengers to wear theirs. If your celebrations will
include consumption of alcoholic beverages, please do
so in moderation and plan on using an alternate
means for getting home safely, such as a designated
driver or Club 2000.
This first holiday of the summer season provides
an opportunity for well-earned relaxation as well as
for solemn remembrance. we encourage all of you to
spend your time wisely and safely during this
Memorial Day weekend.
For local Memorial Day events, see Page 7.


Get aboard! VBS is coming in July
Registration for Vacation Bible School (VBS) at the NAS Jax Chapel
is currently ongoing for all children ages 5-12. VBS runs July 17-21 from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Religious Education Building 749. This year's
theme is "All Aboard for the Gospel Express." Participants will spend
their time doing arts and crafts, playing games, learning songs and hav-


( ing classroom instruction. Lunch will be provided each day.
t. 9There are 100 seats available for the weeklong class.
For more information on sign-ups or to volunteer, call 542-3051. The
deadline to sign up is July 10. There will also be a table set up in the
chapel parking lot June 10 from 10:30 a.m. to noon for sign-ups.


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Ceremonies take planning
B FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
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W en was the last
time you either
attended or partici-
pated in a ceremony that
went off perfectly, from the
invocation to the benedic-
tion? Hopefully, you recall a
recent event.
Ceremonies take planning
no matter how large or
small they are. If you are
placed in charge of coordi-
nating a ceremony, you need
to take the necessary time
to ensure the plan works
and every detail is covered.
Every ceremony needs to
be conducted mindful of the
audience, the crew and the
person or persons being rec-
ognized. As a coordinator,
you need to ask some of the
most basic questions:
What's the purpose of the
ceremony?
Who is attending?
What is the best location?
What kind of support do
you need from others?
Do you have all the neces-
sary logistics, including
stage, microphones, flags,
tables, etc.?
Do you have a photogra-
pher?
These are just a few of the
questions you need to
answer in the planning
stage. Once you develop the
answers, it is often wise to
write and publish a 5060
notice that not only details
what needs to be done, but
who is responsible for doing
it.


FLTCM(AW/SW)
Jon Thompson
Ceremonies are hallmark
events. For the person or
persons being recognized, a
ceremony is a formal way to
mark significant achieve-
ments in their careers. If a
detail is left out, or the cere-
mony is conducted in a less-
than-professional manner,
everyone in attendance
leaves with a feeling that
the person or persons being
recognized weren't really
worth the effort of orches-
trating the ceremony cor-
rectly.
Small ceremonies, like
reenlistments, are often
simple to plan. However,
larger ceremonies like com-
missionings and changes of
command require much
more planning, especially if
the ceremonies will be open
to the public.
Here's a quick tip: If you
are selected to plan a cere-
mony that will be open to
the public, you might want
to check with a senior jour-
nalist or public affairs offi-
cer. In any case, you should


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always try to consult previ-
ous plans to ensure yours
addresses all aspects of the
ceremony.
Getting back to the first
question you should ask,
'what's the purpose of the
ceremony?' I think it's
important to give that ques-
tion some serious thought.
The purpose is not to have a
ceremony. I think many
people get caught up in the
logistics planning and are
easily distracted from the
reason a ceremony is being
planned in the first place.
Here's what you should
ask yourself: "If this cere-
mony was for me and my
family, what would I want
the ceremony to be like?" In
every case, your answer
should have something to do
with a ceremony filled with
tradition, professionalism
and focus.
Why focus? I've attended
quite a few ceremonies that
included things that dis-
tracted from the overall cer-
emony. Too many guest
speakers, too many cita-
tions, too many demonstra-
tions there should be a
limit. The audience should
be treated to a ceremony
that is concise, yet fully
illustrates the accomplish-
ments of the person or per-
sons being recognized. Any
organized ceremony should
be less than 60 minutes long
- no exceptions!
Another quick tip: If you
are going to include some-
thing special in the ceremo-
ny, like the "passing the


flag" evolution, you need to
practice and do it right. I've
seen that particular display
at many ceremonies and I've
cringed as almost every ele-
ment was unplanned and
executed in a sloppy man-
ner. That evolution is not
easy. Do the necessary
research to find out how to
execute the evolution smart-
ly, and then practice it
enough so the participants
fully appreciate the serious-
ness and flow.
Finally, I'd like to offer
that an emcee could make
or break a ceremony. Just
because someone is senior
does not mean he or she is a
fitting emcee. The emcee
maintains the flow of a cere-
mony and must be well spo-
ken, have a sense of timing,
and be flexible enough to
recover from a mistake
without the audience
becoming aware of a change
in the script.
Shipmates, the character
of a ceremony must be con-
sistent with the tone of the
times and must not lose
sight of the person or per-
sons being honored.
Remember, we are a
nation at war and our serv-
ice is vitally important to
our country. Do your best to
incorporate that patriotic
service message through the
ceremony and your audi-
ences will not only appreci-
ate the efforts of the person
or persons being recognized,
but also appreciate the serv-
ice of every Sailor in the
Navy.


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'orship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mas
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship


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letters policy

A 11 letters should include a name, rank/rate, com-
mand, address, telephone number and, except for
6.email, a signature. Only the name and duty sta-
tion are published. It may be necessary to condense let-
ters, but we will try not to alter the basic message.
Letters with a clear, concise message have the best
chance of being published. Navy Regulations prevent
the Jax Air News from printing political commentaries,
regardless of their view. The Editor determines what
does and does not constitute a political commentary.
Letters may be mailed to:
Jax Air News
Letters From Readers
Code OOG, Box 2
Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, Fla.
32212-5000
Letters may be faxed to (904) 542-1534 or emailed to
jaxairnews@comcast.net


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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Military Services. Contents of the iJA Ail NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication Shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
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The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
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4 JaXAIr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 25, 2006


'Nightdippers' train for



crucial mission area


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO


The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 recently
used the friendly confines of NAS
Jacksonville to accomplish essential
vertical replenishment training. If you
noticed a helicopter flying precise circles
in the clear, blue sky last Thursday after-
noon with a load attached beneath it, you
witnessed the Nightdippers in action.
While certain helicopter squadrons are
primarily devoted to vertical replenish-
ment, it is only one of the various second-
ary mission areas of HS-5. Vertical
replenishment is technically defined by
the Department of Defense as "the use of
a helicopter for the transfer of material to
or from a ship."
Clearly, the squadron's ability to exe-
cute this expeditious manner of transfer-
ring cargo from one ship to another pro-


vides a tremendous resource for the carri-
er strike group virtually anywhere it ven-
tures. In the recent months, HS-5 has
transferred a menagerie of goods ranging
from food to ordnance to and from the
decks of USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN
69).
To stay qualified to participate in these
at-sea replenishments, HS-5 pilots must
conduct six pick-ups and six drops of an
object within 180 days. In the case of the
qualifications completed last week, the
aforementioned object is a 300-pound
cement block.
By utilizing the off-duty runway and
the designated vertical replenishment
zone at NAS Jacksonville, the
Nightdipper pilots, aircrew, and line per-
sonnel maintain their vertical replenish-
ment qualification for future fleet utiliza-
tion.


Photos courtesy of HS-5
Canvas 610 begins its flare, with a goal to come to a perfect stop in a hover over the assigned
load.


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The squadron's three designated hook-up men carefully and expertly attach the pendant to
the bottom of the helicopter.


The helicopter is
successfully air-
borne with the
load stable and
ready for transfer.


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A special note from the editor to Jax Air News readers


Dear Readers:
It is with heartfelt grati-
tude that I write this, my
last editorial.
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson is setting up his
public affairs team begin-
ning May 28 and I have
accepted a position to
become the deputy public
affairs officer. Rick Crews
will be the public affairs
officer and the office will be
located in Building 1, Room
203.
Prior to reporting to NAS
Jax and becoming the edi-
tor of the Jax Air News, I
was the public affairs offi-
cer for two Navy activities
on Guam. I will be return-
ing to my roots.
I want to thank you, the


By AMI Oren Moyer
HS-7
T he maintenance
department mechan-
ics of HS-7 are plenty
busy doing.their part to
support the squadron's mis-
sion while deployed to the
Caribbean for the
Partnership of Americas
Cruise. In a constant
process of upkeep, it is the
enlisted personnel who are
at the forefront, providing
aircraft for its pilots to fly
its missions.
The maintainers are
responsible for numerous
jobs, from daily servicing of
aircraft systems with
hydraulic fluid and engine
oil to the removal of major
systems like transmissions


readers of the Jax Air
News. It has been a pleas-
ure being your editor these
past four years. Your sup-
port has been steadfast and
you are the reason the Jax
Air News received the Navy
Chief of Information Merit
Award last year and three
other corporate awards.
During my tenure as edi-
tor, we enhanced the quali-
ty of the paper by adding
weekly and monthly co-
lumns, changed the front
page and redesigned the
Morale, Welfare and Recre-
ation (MWR) page into a
user-friendly planner, to
mention just a few of the
enhancements achieved.
This has been an extraor-
dinary journey for me both
personally and profession-


and engines.
These technicians rang-
ing in age from late teens
to mid 40's and rank of El
to E9 are highly trained
and ready for almost any-
thing that is thrown at
them.
Working 12-16-hour days
they do it all with a smile.
It is a well-recognized fact
in the aviation community
that the maintenance
department is the backbone
of every squadron and HS-7
is no different. These highly
motivated personnel are
constantly overcoming the
adversities of being
deployed thousands of
miles from their homes in
Jacksonville in order to
help serve and protect their


ally. I have been extremely
blessed to have worked
with some remarkably tal-
ented individuals, specifi-
cally JOl's Mike England
and Mike Jones, J02's
Jackie Bratt, Eric Clay and
Bill Larned, and LI1
Heather Ewton and Kaylee
LaRocque, a contract staff
writer.
Also, the unwavering sup-
port, guidance and leader-
ship given to me by Pat
Dooling, Navy Region
Southeast public affairs
officer, and his deputy
Miriam Lareau enabled me
to succeed.
Furthermore, the out-
standing contractual part-
nership between NAS Jack-
sonville and The Florida
Times-Union allowed the


newspaper to expand and
better serve Sailors and
their families.
Their military publica-
tions team led by Ellen
Rykert is second to none.
Newspaper designer
George Atchley's brilliance
shows up in every issue of
the paper and Linda
Edenfield's advertising and
marketing skills are allow-
ing our paper to increase in
size.
As I look back, I realize
that as a military news
team, we cultivated the
essential skills to present
important stories and grew
with experience; our collec-
tive achievements were rec-
ognized, savored and
deserved. The challenges,
though sometimes daunt-


ing, were overcome with
resilience, fortitude andthe
shared vision of my
esteemed colleagues. I will
remain eternally grateful.
As I move on, Kaylee
LaRocque, a Florida Times-
Union contract employee
and former Navy chief jour-
nalist, will assume the edi-
tor's position. I kindly ask
that you give her your con-
tinued support, which will
assure the Jax Air News
will remain the quality
newspaper it has become.
My office and telephone
number will remain the
same. I hope that you will
stop by and say hello.

Many thanks and
blessings,

Miriam S. Gallet


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ByLt.j.g. Rich Parella ravaged New Orleans. Commander, Patrol and Total community involvement
VP-5 PAO With the ability to remain Reconnaissance Wing


ifty-five members of
VP-5 were recently
awarded the presti-
gious Humanitarian Ser-
vice Award for their partici-
pation in relief efforts for
the victims of Hurricane
Katrina. Every squadron
member who received the
award flew missions over
the devastated Gulf Coast
region during the first few
days after the storm.
This award was last
issued to those military
members who aided the
area affected by the 2004
tsunami in Asia. This time
a natural disaster in our
own country forced many of
our nations armed forces
into action again.
From Sept. 3-6, 2005, VP-
5 flew five missions over


over the region for as long
as seven hours, the P-3s
helped vector rescue heli-
copters to survivors strand-
ed by flood waters.
Additionally, with the use
of its high tech electro-optic
camera, squadron crews
were able to take pictures
and video of the area affect-
ed by the hurricane.
"We were in awe," stated
AW1 Rick Boyle, a radar
operator with VP-5. "We
were tasked to video 1-10
from Pensacola, Fla. to
Houston and the hurricane
had wiped out every bridge
along the way."
The "Mad Foxes" were
extremely willing to use
whatever means available
in order to help. As the
ready alert squadron for


Eleven, VP-5 had the abili-
ty to launch aircraft within
12 hours of notification,
which proved to be valuable
for helping the relief
efforts.
Lt. Rob Wilkerson com-
manded the first P-3 flight
over the area affected by
Hurricane Katrina. "The
destruction was just
extraordinary," he said, "but
it felt good to know that we
could at least offer some
help to those working on
the ground."
Even though not on
deployment, VP-5 was
called on to support its
nation and to all of the Mad
Foxes, their medals repre-
sent their ability and dedi-
cation to help their country
in its time of need.


Veterans to be honored in local events

From the Veterans Services Office
Each year the City of Jacksonville honors all Duval County service members who
have died while serving our nation. The 2006 Memorial Day ceremony will be
observed on Monday at 10 a.m. at the Veteran's Memorial Wall, located on the
west side of Alltel Stadium in downtown Jackson-ville.
Mayor John Peyton, U.S. Congress-woman Corrine Brown and U.S. Senator Bill
Nelson will lead us as we honor our fallen.
Surviving family members will speak on behalf of their families and of their beloved.
This year 13 names from service members in our local area from all branches of serv-
ice will be added to the global war on terror panel at the wall. Wreaths will be laid in
their honor during the ceremony.
They are:
Pfc. Nathan Clemons, United States Marine Corps
Pvt. Christopher Davis, United States Army
Chief Warrant Officer Rob Elortegui, United States Navy
Chief Petty Officer Jacques Fontan, United States Navy
Sgt. Leon Johnson, United States Army
Chief Warrant Officer Chris Scherkenbach, United States Army
Pfc. Timothy Seaman, United States Army
Midshipman Jennifer Powers-Turner, United States Navy
Maj. Jacob Wiebe, United States Marine Corps
Sgt. Patrick Gallagher, United States Marine Corps
Lt. Col. Anthony Kelley, United States Army
Cpl. Travis Moss, United States Marine Corps
Ensign Jana Werson, United States Navy

Memorial Day RiverFest in Green Cove Springs

The city council of Green Cove Springs in recognition of the importance of Memorial
Day, will adopt a special proclamation designating May 29 as "Military Service Day." A
special ceremony will be held Monday at 10 a.m. in Spring Park. The mayor will present
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson with a copy of the proclamation at the
beginning of the ceremony.

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Commemoration
Dinner will be held
June 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Hyatt Regency on Jackson-
ville's Northbank. The
guest speaker will be
Secretary of the Navy
Donald Winter. The May-
port Navy League sponsors
the commemorative dinner.
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McLoughlin at 285-8731 or
at the USO Mayport at
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can make a lasting difference
By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson issues that adversely affect our sailors.
NAS Jax Chapel One excellent example is how the com-
mand responds at all levels to combat
The recent rapid rise of the murder domestic violence. It takes a collaborative
rate in Jacksonville is a concern for effort from many different
the general public. organizations working col-
Having said that, I do not laboratively on behalf of the
profess to have some cook- Sailor to make a difference.
book of answers that will Moreover, our organization
end this dangerous develop- promotes awareness, sup-
ment overnight. I am sure ports education and early
that there are several local intervention. Next, coun-
and statewide groups that l selors as well as chaplains
are investigating this prob- train key leaders and Sailors
lem. at the deck plate about
However, I do believe that domestic violence.
there are factors that con- Using that as a model, I
tribute to the escalation of believe that in order to
violent crime and the reduce the murder rate we
increase in murder rates. need a unified effort. That is,
For example, poverty and the involvement of many dif-
isolation are contributing (Lt.) Azariah Robinson ferent agencies and groups,
acors. both public and private part-
Also, another reason for the rise in mur- nearing together to make our city safer.
ders and violent crimes may be the inabili- Moreover, it will take the involvement of
ty of some poor and marginalized families leaders all around the first coast.
:to breakout of systemic generational pover- Collaboration and cooperation across coun-
ty and gain access to education and better ty and city lines are vital if we are going to
jobs and join mainstream society. return this city to some sense of normalcy.
Moreover, if the murders continue to The good news is that there are already
multiply in our community unfortunately, g tions and committed people
we will experience a long hot and deadly organizations and committed people
summer. The stories reported on the news engagedtioand working hard to stop the pro-
have been chilling and horrific. Families liberation of random violence. This is hap-
and friends have had to endure the devas- opening because of the tireless efforts of the
and friend unfortunate loss of a loved one. people involved in organizations: like The
taking and unfortunate loss of a loved one. Jacksonville Community Council. This
In fact, one victim was only thirteen. It is a Jacksonville Community Council. This
very heart wrenching experience when a group brings people together in the corn-
family member is killed, especially a child munity to address problems in order to
For the most part, we donit live in insulat- improve the quality of life.
ed and isolated hamlets. Therefore, I also look forward to the faith
The carnage and bloodshed that is community to continue to organize and
reported on the evening news and in local deploy the resources they are entrusted
papers sometimes is just a few miles from with- The faith community has always
the base. We can change this dangerous helped promote Jacksonville.
trend. In fact, we can make Jacksonville Moreover, about two years ago when
safer and improve the quality of life. Jacksonville hosted the Super Bowl more
However, it will take a united effort from churches participated during the prepara-
the local government as well as strong tion, providing thousands of motivated vol-
community involvement. Moreover, it may unteers. In fact, Jacksonville had more par-
need some intrusive leadership from local ticipation from the faith community than
government leaders, strong community any other city that hosted the event. The
support and the help of advocacy groups. participation was valuable and provided
The age group that is likely to be wholesome opportunities to celebrate this
involved in activities that would lead to a festive event.
homicide consists of persons 18-34. The It will take that kind of involvement by
majority of Sailors stationed aboard NAS the houses of worship to reduce violent
Jacksonville are in this age group. It is crime and decrease the murder rate. In fact,
reported that most of these homicides have mobilizing and maximizing all the available
happened around midnight and beyond. resources including both public and private
Most of them are young Sailors, probably sector will help our city turn this trend
enjoying themselves at some local around. I believe we can make a difference.
nightspot during these hours. Therefore, I have hope that the rate will decrease with
how do we proactively intervene and and increase in community involvement.
inform our young men and women by help- I have hope because hope provides a pic-
ing them avoid situations and areas known ture of what the future will look like. I like
for gang activity? How do we encourage the picture that I have in my mind of a
them to avoid high crime areas? How do safer Jacksonville. It's up to each of us to
we help make them less vulnerable to vio- make this community better; we are all
lence once they leave the installation? stakeholders, whether we live in the heart
In our organization we use many differ- of the city or in some nice well manicured
ent programs to help our Sailors. There are lawn gated neighborhood. Some child or
many different systems and systems of adult somewhere is counting on your help
systems that deal with the myriad of social and support.







8 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 25, 2006


Team Navy Jax


%* S*nd Cpedals for cure


Team Navy Jax poses for a team picture before heading to the starting line.


By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
A group of cycling enthusiasts from
NAS Jacksonville raised more than
$5,000 Saturday and Sunday during
the second annual Jacksonville Tour de
Cure to benefit the American Diabetes
Association (ADA). Approximately 16
members of the group, appropriately
named Team Navy Jax, met at Metropol-
itan Park at the crack of dawn Saturday
morning to participate in the two-day,
round trip 128.4-mile ride from downtown
Jacksonville to Fernandina Beach and
back.
According to Team Navy Jax Capt.
Miriam S. Gallet, the team is no stranger
to grueling bike rides or charitable events.
"Last September our team participated in
the 19th annual MS150 ride from Jackson-
ville to Daytona and back. Since, we have
participated in smaller rides in prepara-
tion for the Tour de Cure," Gallet said.
"Every team member, whether an active
duty Sailor, Department of Defense civil-
ian, Reservists, retiree or family member,
is pedaling for a good cause. We are part of
the Jacksonville community and we want
to give back, especially to those that are
suffering from diabetes or MS.
Team Navy Jax trained for the event
through its participation in group rides
and spinning classes at the NAS Jax
Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department Fitness Center. By Saturday
morning, the team was eager to see its
hours of intense training pay off. "The Tour
de Cure is an excellent opportunity to
enjoy the weather and motivate people to
donate money to a worthy cause," said
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn, who was participating in
his second cycling event with Team Navy
Jax. "I really enjoyed the training. It's fun,
and it's a great way to stay in shape.
"I'm happy to get the opportunity to ride
with Team Navy Jax again," said John
Ruoss, a local business owner and Navy
reservist with Wing 11 who rode with the
team during the MS150 last fall. "Diabe-
tes has become a serious problem in this
country and I'm glad that I could do some-
thing to help."
The ride began Saturday morning from
Metropolitan Park in downtown Jackson-
ville where cyclists headed north to
Fernandina Beach, enjoying beautiful,
coastal scenery along the way. At the con-
clusion of day one, cyclists, volunteers,
friends and family enjoyed food, live enter-
tainment, a silent auction and more.
While some team members only chose to
ride one leg of the race, many spent the


Team Navy jax Member Patrick Hall of Navy Exchange gets his bike ready for the Tour deCure.
night in Fernandina Beach and L I t:N'
got up the next morning to pedal
south over a new route back to
Metropolitan Park where finish-
line festivities, lunch and enter-
tainment awaited their arrival.
"Riding into Fernandina
Beach proved to be very chal-
lenging," explained HM3 Elyse
Poole of Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville. "It was a very hot and win-
dy day and I had to deal with a
flat tire. However, the exciet- .
ment upon crossing the finish
line was extraordinary. It was a
huge personal accomplishment."
While Team Navy Jax worked
hard at training physically for
the bike ride, they also had to go
out and raise money and sup-
port in order to achieve their
financial objectives. One unex-
pected source came from Com-
mander, Navy Region Southeast .
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel, who


See TOUR, Page 9


Several Team Navy Jax members enjoy the ferry ride from Mayport to Amelia Island May 20.


* HM3 Ellyse Poole of Naval Hospital Jacksonville, and her hus-
Erin Kirby, 17, watches as her dad, Ed Kirby, a P-3 flight simulator instructor at NAS Jacksonville, positions his bike on a rack band, Clark, assemble a Poole's Camel bag before the start of
after completing the first leg of the 128.4-mile Tour de Cure ride May 20. the 64.2-mile return ride to Jacksonville May 21.







JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 25, 2006 9


Photo by Mollie Brazeail
Fernandina pirates greet four Team Navy Jax members at the finish line after completing the first leg of a 128.4-mile ride. (From left) Jerry Childers, Team Navy Jax Capt. Miriam S. Gallet,
AO1 Steve Leonard of FASOTRAGRU,Atlantic, Paulette Ewsey, NAS Jax Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn, Paulette Wright and P-3 Flight Simulator Instructor Ed Kirby of Cubic
Worldwide Technical Services.


Members of Team Navy Jax start the second annual Tour de Cure Jacksonville Saturday morning.


Elizabeth Ruoss,
Team Captain
Miriam S. Gallet,
Patrick Bell, CSSC
Allen Johnson,
Boensel, Ernie
Mattison, Lt. Chris
Bell, HM3 Ellyse
Poole and Ed Kirby.


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque


Photo by
Miriam S, Sal1et .
and
101 Mike England










CSSC Allen Johnson
of USS John F. Kennedy
(CV-69) watches
as Mark Fetzer,
owner of
Lakeshore Bicycles,
pumps his tires
prior to the ride
back to Jacksonville.


Laura Keating, a military spouse, enjoys a glass of ice cold Gatorade
at one of the rest stops on the way to Fernandina Beach.


TOUR: Team Navy Jax raises $5K


From Page 8


not only contributed financially, but decid-
ed to ride with the team as well.
"I'm honored to participate in such a
good cause with a great group of people
like Team Navy Jax," Boensel said.
The team achieved its fund raising goals
through personal donations and sponsor-
ship. "We could have not done it without
the support of companies like Northrop-
Grumman, specifically Suzanne McQuis-
ton, whose patriotism and sup-
port enabled us to have beautiful
jerseys. Also, Lorie White and
Overseas Corporation for the
water and sunscreen, the USO,
Navy Exchange, MWR and the
commissary," Gallet stated.
"The team also wants to
thank our families, friends
and co-workers for their
support and pledges."
Diabetes is a disease in
which the body does not
produce or properly use
insulin. Insulin is a hor-
mone that is needed to
convert sugar, starches
and other food into
energy needed for
daily life. The cause of
diabetes continues to
be a mystery, al-
though both genet- -
ics and environ-
mental factors .-'
such as obesity
and lack of exer-
cise appear to
play roles. Jim Wadsworth, the c
There are deCure Jacksonville, at
20.8 million before the start of the eve


:0.
,en


children and adults in the United States,
or seven percent of the population, who
have diabetes. While an estimated 14.6
million have been diagnosed with diabetes,
unfortunately, 6.2 million people (or nearly
one-third) are unaware that they have the
disease.
The Tour de Cure is a series of cycling
events held in more than 80 cities nation-
wide to benefit the ADA. The tour is a ride,
not a race, with routes designed for every-
one from the occasional rider to the experi-
enced cyclist.
Tour de Cure Jacksonville Co-
Chairman Jim Wadsworth was
happy the Navy could participate
in the event. "It's always a
pleasure to have our men and
women in uniform at our
events," he said. "They do so
much for us as it is, but to
have them here today is an
honor"
Kimberly Lewis, ADA
Marketing director and
event coordinator added to
j ,Wadsworth remarks by
saying: "We are thrilled
to have Team Navy Jax
join us for their first
Tour de Cure. They are
known to be fear less
A^AVA. 1 fundraisers and they
contribute immense-
ly to our community.
H' V. A Neither the Navy
nor any part of the
.. \federal government
r ....."-" ' officially endorses
any company,
-chairman of the Tour sponsor or their
dresses the participants products or serv-
it. ices.


Some of Team Navy Jax members present
the team jersey to team member Rear
Adm. Mark Boensel, commander, Navy
Region Southeast May 19. Boensel, an avid
cyclist, along with the rest of the team,
rode the gruesome 128.4-mile Tour de
Cure. (From left) ET1 (SW) John Ruoss,








10 laxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 25, 2006


Columbia College holds annual commencement
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Columbia College -
Jacksonville held its
annual commence-
ment ceremony May 19 at
the NAS Jacksonville All
Saints Chapel. The college
conferred nine associate's
and 55 bachelor's degrees.
Dr. Anthony Alioto,
Columbia College professor
of history and Althea and
John Schiffman, chair in
ethics, religious studies and
philosophy, addressed the
graduate and Rene Massey,
Columbia College assistant
dean for Adult Higher
Education, conferred the
degrees. NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson also
addressed the graduates.
Among the working
adults, military personnel
and military spouses
receiving degrees was
Tamica Blakney, a mother
of three, legal guardian of
two additional children and
wife of an active duty
Marine stationed in
Quantico, Va.
Blakney, who is on the
Columbia College dean's
list, serves as primary care-
giver to five children and
finds time to give back to
the community. As a guard-
ian ad litem for the city of
Jacksonville, she advocates
for abused, abandoned or
neglected children. In her
role as a partner advocate
liaison for Habitat for Hu-
manity of Jacksonville Inc.,
Blakney helps guide fami-
lies through the home
building process from start
to finish.
"You have to be organized
and allocate your time,"
Blakney says when asked
how she manages her fami-
ly, volunteer and school
responsibilities. "While the
kids are at school I focus on
my school work, but once
they're home, it's their
time."
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a bachelor's degree in gen-
eral studies, Blakney isn't
finished with school. She's
pursuing a bachelor's
degree in political science
from Columbia College,
which she hopes to com-
plete in August. After that
she plans to seek employ-
ment as an advocate, possi-
bly a position with state or
local government.
"Through my volunteer
work, I see the struggles
parents and other citizens
face," Blakney said.
"Sometimes they just don't
know where to go for help."
Blakney hopes to find a
position that allows her to
help Jacksonville residents
find information and take
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Columbia College Jacksonville graduates listen to one of the guest speakers just before
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night.

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Mark Benner BA.CJAD
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Patrick Dougher BA.BA
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Johnny Fulger AGS
Araceli Galvan BA.BA
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Kristina Hall BS.BA
Kyle Hanson AGS
Cheryl Harris BS.BA
Diane Hartin BS.BA
Jacqueline Hauger AA
Tina Hayes AS.CJAD
Deborah Johnson BA.BA
Michael Johnson BS.CISS
Shanna Jones BA.PSYC
Ajay Lewis AGS
Charles Lewis BA.PSYC
Edith Limardo BA.PSYC
Maria Lopez BA.BA
Lisa Love BA.CJAD
Richard Mace BA.CJAD
Regina Mclver BA.BA


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Robert Miller II AS/BS.BA
LeAnneMillious AGS
Robert Moore BA.BA
Mathew Nemeth BA.CJAD
Jack Phillips BA.PSYC
Carl Reichenbach BS.BA
John Reiff BA.BA
Billy Rogers BS.BA
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Jerry Wewer BS/AS.BA
Shawyna Williams -
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Paul Wilson AA
Sumeka Wilson-Jackson
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Joseph Brisco Jr. of Naval Computer and Telecommuni-
cations Station Jax, with his bachelor of arts in business
administration diploma Friday night.


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Naval Hospital Jacksonville director of Nursing Services, cut a cake celebrating the Navy
Nurse Corps' 98th birthday May 12.


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From Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs
The Navy Nurse Corps celebrated 98
years of service May 13. Ensign
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Holder, Naval Hospital Jacksonville direc-
tor of Nursing Services, cut a cake cele-
brating the occasion with hospital staff on
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It was followed by the annual Navy
Nurse Corps Ball at the Sea Turtle Inn in
Atlantic Beach. The hospital also marked
National Nurses Week, May 6-12 with var-
ious other events throughout the week.
The Nurse Corps has come a long way
since its founding in 1908. With a force of
5,000 active-duty and reservist nurses, the
Nurse Corps is prepared to employ-their
medical skills in support of their fellow
Marines and Sailors stateside and abroad.
"What has held our nurses together for
the past 98 years, is our ability to adapt to
the environment in which we are placed
because of our strength, commitment and
compassion," said Rear Adm. Christine
Bruzek-Kohler, director, Navy Nurse


Corps, during a birthday ceremony at the
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. "Navy
Nurses are one member of a very large and
important healthcare team. The value that
we provide is unique to our profession, but
it is not in and of itself the only thing that
takes care of patients. Navy nurses are
partners on the greatest healthcare team
in the world."
Navy Surgeon General Vice Adm. Donald
Arthur said in a message, "Navy medicine's
operational, conventional and humanitari-
an missions benefit from the Nurse Corps'
combination of educational and training
programs, and the exchange of their med-
ical expertise across the federal, state, local
and international arenas. To meet the
challenges of today's world, the role of the
Navy nurse continues to evolve into a
greater perspective which crosses the joint
service and interagency world at all levels.
My sincere congratulations to the Navy
Nurse Corps for 98 years of faithful and
dedicated service. Since the founding of
the Nurse Corps on May 13, 1908, you
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Sailors testing their way to college degrees


By on Gagne
Naval Education and Training
Command Public Affairs
According to the De-
fense Activity for
Non-Traditional
Education Support
(DANTES) and the Navy
College Program, Sailors
are enrolling in distance
learning education pro-
grams in record numbers
and reaping the rewards in
the form of college degrees.
In fiscal year 2005,
61,700 Navy personnel
enrolled in more than
168,000 undergraduate col-
lege courses and just over
13,000 graduate courses.
This 6 percent increase in
enrollments over fiscal year
2004 continues an upward
trend in recent years as
Sailors rely on distance
learning to complete sec-
ondary education pro-
grams.
"What we're witnessing is
that Sailors are getting
serious about secondary
education," said ETCS(SW)
William McKeithen, volun-
tary education program
director for the Naval
Educational and Training
Command. "They see this
opportunity as personal
and career enhancing, and
they're meeting the Navy's
professional military educa-
tion task of earning a rat-
ing-relevant degree to
increase their chances for
promotion and job place-
ment. A college education
at the expense of the Navy
is not only possible, but
plausible, and it's happen-
ing every day."
McKeithen credits the
continued rise in enroll-
ment figures to the Navy's
aggressive approach to dis-
tance learning through its
Distance Learning Partner-
ship program with colleges
and universities through-
out the United States, and
tuition assistance (TA),
which pays 100 percent of
tuition and fees charged by
educational institutions for
course enrollments. TA is
capped at $250 per semes-
ter hour, with a fiscal year
credit limit of 12 semester
hours per individual. In fis-
cal year 2005, the Navy
funded more than $83 mil-
lion in TA funding to help
Sailors reach their educa-
tional goals, whether
assigned ashore or at sea.
Aboard USS Ronald
Reagan (CVN 76), which is
presently deployed with
Carrier Air Wing 14 in the
Persian Gulf, more than
2,800 Sailors have regis-
tered to take instructor-led
or distance education
courses since the ship left
her homeport of San Diego
in January. According to
the ship's, Educational
Services Officer Lt. Bill
Kuzma, Ronald Reagan
University, is a perfect role
model for the Navy College
Program Afloat College
Education (NCPACE) pro-
gram.
"I'm just amazed at the
level of participation we
have from our Sailors in
NCPACE," Kuzma said.
"We've had 2,804 Sailors
sign up for NCPACE
instructor-led courses or
distance education courses
since the beginning of our
deployment, and credit-by-
examination has been very
popular. We expect to con-
duct about 400 College
Level Examination
Program (CLEP) and
DANTES Subject
Standardized Test (DSST)
exams before the cruise is
over and about 75
American College Testing
Assessment Program
exams. Were going to con-
tinue testing every Sunday
so that everyone who
requests to take exams has
an opportunity to do so."
Like a number of young
Sailors today, McKeithen


enlisted in the Navy with
plans to obtain a college
degree at some point dur-
ing his career. Now, 20
years later, he passes that
advice along to junior per-


sonnel.
"As a junior Sailor, I dis-
covered the Navy would
pay for CLEP and DANTES
subject exams," McKeithen
said. "So I took several
opportunities to refresh
myself on courses I knew
fairly well and then fol-
lowed through by taking
the exams. Once I passed
all of them, I submitted my
transcripts to a local college
and was awarded college
credit. By the time I had
completed my first tour of
duty, I was already into the
continuous learning mode,
so I stuck with it. Overall,
my CLEP and DANTES
exam credits provided
about half of the credits I
needed for my associates
degree."
McKeithen has since
added a bachelor of science
degree in chemistry and
graduate certificates in
leadership, management,
and human resources to his
portfolio, and he admits he
is quick to point out the
benefits of secondary edu-
cation.
"I've stressed throughout
my career the positive ben-
efits Sailors receive by
using their local Navy
College Office and base or
ship libraries to bone-up on
a subject and then take an
exam for college credit," he
said. "As professional
Sailors, we have demanding
schedules, and taking
advantage of the programs
that help us reach our
desired goal is a no-brain-
er."
CTT1 William Cockrell, a
shipboard operations in-
structor for the Navy's CTT
"A" school in Pensacola, has
followed much the same
path in obtaining his col-
lege degree. Cockrell points
to TA, credit-by-examina-
tion and distance learning
as his motivating factors.
"Credit-by-examination
helped speed up the process
of earning my degrees
through Excelsior College,"
Cockrell said. "Distance
learning allowed me to
complete my degrees while
working for the Navy full
time. I've taken and passed
20 credit-by-examinations
that included CLEP, DSST
and Excelsior exams. TA
and credit-by-examination
made completing a degree a
reality for me. You can't
beat the flexibility and the
convenience."
Sailors who are unsure of
what direction they need to
pursue to obtain a college
degree can turn to the
Sailor/Marine Online Aca-
demic Advisor (SMOLAA),
a "Virtual Counseling" tool
that has been added to the
Sailor/Marine American
Council on Education Reg-
istry Transcript (SMART).
SMOLAA also displays and
plots rating-relevant degree
programs offered through
Navy College Program Dis-
tance Learning Partnership
institutions. This degree-
shopping feature allows
Sailors and Marines to
watch their SMART credits
transfer into a degree pro-
gram offered by 18 accred-
ited colleges that have part-
nered with the Navy
through distance learning.
Another popular program
is the Service members
Opportunity Colleges -
Navy (SOCNAV), which
consists of 85 accredited
colleges offering specific
associate's and bachelor's
degrees to Navy members
worldwide through resident
courses or distance learn-
ing. Colleges taking part in
each curriculum area guar-
antee to accept each other's
credits for transfer. The
"home" college issues an
official evaluation of all
prior learning on a SOC-
NAV agreement. This
agreement serves as the
student's long-range degree


plan.
With the Navyis empha-
sis on enhancing promotion
through academic achieve-
ment, more service mem-
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Every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!

Karaoke
a Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close


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offers program here

From Staff
T he Naval War College's NWC i College of Distance
Education will again offer its Fleet Seminar
.1 J Program in the Jacksonville area. This academic
S -year (August 2006 May 2007), Joint Maritime
'.Operations will be offered in Jacksonville and Strategy
and Policy will be offered in Mayport.
This highly acclaimed program parallels to a major
:degree, the course of study followed by students in the
:college of naval command and staff in Newport, R.I.
Three-hour classes are held in the evening (one night
per week for approximately 35 weeks).
Each seminar is led by a top quality adjunct faculty
"member from the local area. Students can earn a NWC
'diploma, JPME Phase I credit and up to 21 graduate
';credit hours. All books and materials are provided on a
;loan basis, and there is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to USN/USMC/USCG 03 or above,.
USA/USAF 04 or above, or Department of Defense GS-
.11 or above. All applicants must possess a baccalaureate
':degree.
SCall Professor Dave Fay at 317-7902 or e-mail
dfay@ilsijax.com for more information. Applications are
:on-hline at http://cde.nwc.navy.mil. Applications are due
''by June 30, 2006.


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Hundreds of people waiting patiently in line to sign up their ferent levels of swim classes available to one of the many
children for summer swim lessons at the outdoor pool patrons who arrived early Saturday morning for sign-ups.
Saturday morning. Class sessions are still available. Call 542- NAS Jacksonville Commissary Tours
2930 for more information. Tuesday
Free food!


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

A Day of Beauty in Gainesville
June 24
Visit the Kanapaha Gardens, Matheson House,
Butterfly Rainforest and Harm Museum of Art!
$28/person


Orlando Shopping Trip
July 8
$20/person
Sign-up by July 5 or until filled.
Visit the Millennium Mall and Premium Outlets.


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

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Concert
Monday
$50, includes ticket and transportation.


White Water Rafting Trip
June 23-25
On the Ocoee River in Tennessee
$100/person
Includes rafting tickets, one lunch, lodging and trans-
portation.



Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
'Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Tristan and Isolde (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Hoodwinked (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Rumor Has It (PG-13)
June 2, 7 p.m. Big Mommais House (PG-13)
June 9, 7 p.m. The Date Movie (PG-13)
June 10, 5 p.m. Nanny Mcphee (PG)
June 10, 7 p.m. The Pink Panther (PG)


For more information on the golf course, please call 542-
3249. For Mulliganis, call 542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Today for retirees and Department of Defense person-
nel.

Professional Golfer's Association free lesson month.
Select professional staff will be offering complimentary
10-15 minute lessons.
May 31, 11 a.m. 4 p.m.

The "One Club" Scramble
July 3, 1 p.m.
$35/person Military/Department of Defense
$45/person civilian guest
Includes range balls, golf, tee gift, complimentary round
of golf, food following play, and prize purse.


Larger group of Sailors now eligible for ESRP


By]03 Trevor Andersen
Navy Personnel Command
Public Affairs
The Navy expanded eli-
gibility for the En-
listed Supervisor Re-
tention Pay program
(ESRP) May 2 to include
supervisors from select rat-
ings in Zone D or 16-20
years of service. ESRP is a
career-oriented incentive
program for experienced
senior enlisted Sailors in
the Naval Nuclear
Propulsion Program who
hold the Navy Enlisted
Classifications (NEC) of:
3363, 3364, 3365, 3366,
3393, 3394, 3395 and 3396.
It replaces the Selective
Reenlistment Bonus for
those personnel.
"There's a strong civilian
economy and itis rebound-


ing," said Cmdr. Jeff
Manning, nuclear enlisted
community manager and
ESRP manager. "Our
Sailors are highly trained
and have a lot of employ-
ment choices. What we
want to do is to stay com-
petitive, to make the Navy
the employer of choice."
A two-phased approach to
ESRP was part of the pro-
gram's design from the out-
set, said Manning. When
launched in November
2004, ESRP was offered to
select personnel with 10 to
16 years of service only. The
second phase, effective May
2, further affects highly
skilled Sailors with up to
20 years of service.
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in manpower and in train-
ing costs by retaining a
skilled Sailor rather than
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added.
Sailors with 16 to 20
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"By Naval Network Warfare Command
public Affairs
T he Navy's three major networks are
switching to mandatory log on with
TJ a Common Access Card (CAC) and
JFersonal Identification Number (PIN).
NMCI (Navy and Marine Corps Intranet)
users will be switched over by July, while
,ONE-NET (OCONUS Navy Enterprise
,Network) users will be switched by
December. IT-21 (Information Technology
for the 21st Century) afloat users won't
switch over completely until about 2010,
when most Navy ships are expected to
have the up-
gi-ades neces-
sairy to process
tApC cards on-
Sboard. Presently.
only carriers
,have that capa-
bili ty.
: All remaining .,

are also affected. .
To log on at -
a11, computer" s
users will now t -
need to insert i
their CAC into a
card reader,
either on a key-
iboard or sepa-
rate device, and
type in a person-
al identification
number.
o ,Once the new policy is in place and
enforced, users will no longer be able to log
on with the traditional user name and
"password. The changeover is directed by
the Department of Defense to ensure maxi-
mum possible security for all of its net-
works.
Known as cryptographic log-on (CLO),
the "cryptographic" part refers to the "cryp-
,o key" information in the CAC's chip that
verifies a user's identity. The stored infor-
:Omation allows users to prove who they are
by entering their six-to-eight digit pin after
inserting their CAC. The logic is based on
ipvo-factor authentication what you have
(CAC), and what you know (password).
.,According to Cathy Baber, the
Information Assurance lead for Naval
Net work Warfare Command, the transition
to mandatory CAC use began this May.
"nd "Currently, users are allowed to choose
between their CAC or username and pass-
word, but this will be phased to CAC and
PIN login only once the enforcement phase
begins, which will be on or about May 23.
After the enforcement phase is completed
sometime in July, all NMCI users will only
be able to log in with their CAC and PIN,
unless they've been specifically identified
as an exception."
ONE-NET will follow a few months later.
"ONE-NET is undergoing a phased
implementation and will be fully compliant
by December 2006," said Eric Markland,
assistant director for ONE-NET. "We
expect to be 100 percent compliant by the
:end of the year."
The transition from username/password


to CAC/PIN will be phased in based on
each user's last name. Users are strongly
encouraged to start logging on with their
CAC early to catch any problems or unfore-
seen issues. Once the log-on is enforced
and transitioned for the individual users,
there will be no alternate way to access
workstations and networks. Remote users
will still be required to obtain a user name
and password to gain access to email
through Outlook Web Access.
"During the enablement (early) phase, a
pop-up window will appear, indicating that
the cryptographic log-on is beginning,"
explained Baber. "From this point on and
once the pro-
gram begins to
run, it may take
up to three
hours before the
user is able to
log on using
their CAC. This
time frame will
allow the net-
work servers to
replicate and
store informa-
tion, which will
,.^, allow users to
.41V use their CAC
.. instead of user-
names and pass-
words."
Baber ex-
plained that not
everyone would
be subject to
mandatory CAC log-on. Some exceptions
include functional or role-based accounts
(watchstanders), CAC-ineligible accounts
(ombudsmen), and server-based computing
accounts. Exceptions will be addressed and
approved on a case-by-case basis.
Users who still need to update their CAC
should contact their local personnel sup-
port offices. Users must ensure they know
their CAC PIN and verify that it has all
three required digital certificates. If a CAC
is locked or missing certificates, users can
also visit their local RAPIDS (Real-time
Automated Personnel Identification
System) site or find the nearest site at
www.dmdc.osd.mil/rsl/owa/home.
"NMCI users who know their PIN can
also click on and print the Common Access
Card Setup Guide," said Baber. "The file
can be found on the desktop of NMCI com-
puters. This will instruct the user how to
use the CAC and take them step-by-step
through the process."
NMCI users can also take the computer-
based Navy eLearning course "NMCI
Information Security: PKI and CAC" at
https://training/mgenimg/library/html/crs_
display.htm.
ONE-NET users needing assistance with
their CAC should contact their Theater
Network Operations Security Center
(Yokosuka/Naples/Bahrain), or if at a
remote site, their Local Network Support
Center.
For more information on Public Key
Infrastructure capabilities, policies and
procedures, go to the Information Security
page at https://infosec.navy.mil/PKI.


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(AMNR.L) awarded Jacksonville one
of the league's three 2006 expansion
teams. The Jacksonville Axemen, who dis-
play a fireman-themed logo, will be kicking
off the 2006 AMNRL season in May.
Tickets are available at the NAS Jax
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to sell season tickets. In return for this
service, the Axemen are donating 75 per-
cent of sales as a donation to the USO.


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top by the I.T.T. office to purchase
your tickets to the Pepsi 400. The
Pepsi 400 is July 1 at 7:55 p.m.
Ticket prices are:
All American Offer (Lund Grandstand)
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the I.T.T. office June 15 at 9 a.m.
Sign-up to take the I.T.T. bus to Daytona
for only $12.
The bus will depart from NAS
Jacksonville at 3 p.m. on race day.
For more information, call 542-3318.


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First Voluntary


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graduate from CDC
By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
he first two classes of Voluntary Pre-K (VPK) stu-
dents graduated from the NAS Jax Child
Development Center
Monday. Thirty-seven chil-
dren earned their diplomas .
after completing the new
program that prepares
them for kindergarten.
As they paraded in
dressed in their blue caps
and gowns, excited family
members and friends
cheered them on. After ..'
reciting the Pledge of
Allegiance, each of the two '
groups gave a special pres-
entation that they had
spent several weeks
rehearsing.
Then, it was time for the
big event, receiving their y
diplomas. One by one, the .
children crossed a small I
bridge and were handed Five-year-old Peyton Cham-
their diplomas as parents pagne checks out his diploma
snapped pictures and during the graduation cere-
recorded the event. money.
The ceremony was con-
cluded with several flower presentations to teachers and a
final song by the students and their instructors. Guests
and students also enjoyed lunch after the event.
Graduates include:
Module A
Teachers: Deborah Bolden and Monette Smith
Felicity Bingaman
Peyton Champagne
Th. gCaleb Delgrange
A. Rose Fiacco
S Jordan Griffin
Rian Johnson
o Francisco Morales
Jenna Petersen
Altariq Rollins
Rachel Bucek
Liam Davis
Camron Delgrange
Taylor Gillespie
Darbie Hill
The graduates parade in to Dane LaRocque
the ceremony as family mem- Kaitlyn Perrine
bers and friends cheer them Erin Poblete
on. Kiana Kelly


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque


The graduates perform a song at the closing of the ceremony.
Module B Jamari
Teachers: Kathy Wright and Marilyn Williams Antoni
Sebastian Arredondo Wyat
Olivia Burch Sher,
Eva Colin Gary Jo
Jadon Dixon Ivory
Jonathan Gonzalez Kier
Brijon Jones Kiyo
Talaia Meade Geral
Briagenae Smith
Olivia Viano
Oliver Kuhlman ..


Preschoolers from Mod A spell out "Kindergarten" during a
short presentation for family members and friends during the
Voluntary Pre-K Graduation Ceremony Monday morning.

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* i Free events will be
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The day will be filled
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scavenger hunts and
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and Your Partner" June 24
and July 22 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
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who want to strengthen
their'marriage while per-
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tated by Bruce Kristol,
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couple interactions and
group discussion. Fred-
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important to the clinic


staff. Therefore, no one will
be expected to disclose
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other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship
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Levels & Styles of
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Issues
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and Emotions
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Golf league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. All interested personnel
should contact the base gym to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Basketball leagues forming
The Greybeard League is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, Department of Defense (DoD) person-
nel and reservists age 30 and up. The Intramural
League is open to all NAS Jax active duty, DoD
personnel and reservists. Anyone interested in
joining the league should contact the NAS Jax
Gym 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.
Racquetball tournament coming
up June 26-30
A men and women's open racquetball tourna-
ment will be held June 26-30 at 5 p.m. at the base
gym. The tournament is open to all NAS Jax
authorized gym patrons over 18. There will be a
men and women's division. Awards will be given
to the winners of each division. Call NAS Jax
Athletics to sign up by June 20.
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


lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 25, 2006 23


Golf champion


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 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min. Women
4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike
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.


Women's Softball Final Standings


Team
Lady Divas
TPU
VP-16
Naval Hospital


Wins Losses
6 0
3 3


Greybeard Softball Standings


Team
CSCWL
VP-30
CNATTU
VP-62
AIMD


As of May 19
Wins Losses
12 1
12 2
5 9
3 9
3 10


Intramural Softball Standings


Team
VP-30 Staff
NAVAIR
VP-45
VP-5
VP-62/NAR
HS-75


As of May 19
Wins Losses
17 2


Photo courtesy of MWR
NAS Jax Golf Manager Tim Hooks (left), presents retired Navy Capt. Dave Grochmal
with the award for winning the NAS jax 2006 Winter Golf Match May 3.


CNATTU (1)
AIMD(1)
Naval Hospital
GEMD Bravo
CNATTU (2)
SERCC


VP-16
AIMD 500
FACSFAC
Naval Hospital
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FANG
VP-30 Blue
PSD
AIMD 650
VP-30 Gold
SERCC


Sand Volleyball Standings


Team
GEMD Alpha
VP-62


As of May 19
Wins Losses
11 1


Team
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Naval Hospital
VP-30 0's
AIMD
VS-31
VP-30 E's
VS-22


Final Standings
Wins Losses
6 0
7 1
5 3
3 5
1 5
1 5
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
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 sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has 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 St. Vincent's Medical
Center, 2300 Park Avenue,
Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht


Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired
Department of Defense civil-
ians. For more information, call
778-0805 or email com-
modore @ njyc.org.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular 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 contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
Several youth fishing 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 tourna-
ments are free for children
under 13. For more information,
call 573-4918.


The World War II Military
Soldiers Show will be held May
27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
May 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Fort Clinch State Park in


Fernandina Beach, Fla. For admission each Tuesday from 4-
more information, call Frank 9 p.m. through September. For
Ryczek at (904) 262-7942.
The Cummer Museum of Art more information, contact Maria
& Gardens is offering free Haynes at 899-6025.


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Federal Employment of Women
Chapter seeking members
he Federal Employment of Women Chapter
(FEW) is a private, non-profit organization
founded in 1969 shortly after the issuance of
Executive Order 11375. Executive Order 11375 added
sex-discrimination to the list of prohibited discrimina-
tion within the federal government.
The early organizers of FEW wanted to ensure that
there would always be an organization dedicated to
promoting equality for women and addressing con-
cerns of women in the federal workforce. FEW often
work with the Federal Women Program (FWP) to iden-
tify workplace barriers for women in the federal work-
force.
As a private organization, FEW also works as a con-
structive group to improve the status of women
employed by the federal government. This includes
contact with Congress to encourage progressive legis-
lation. FEW national officers meet with management
officials at all levels of agencies to demonstrate sup-
port of the FWP, encourage officials to support the pro-
gram and to obtain insight on the effectiveness of the
FWP at agency and local levels.
If you are interested in being a member of a local
chapter please contact the Commander Navy Region
Southeast, Federal Women's Program Manager Yvette
Harris at 542-6284 or email Yvette.Harris@navy.mil.

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By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Marketing
After months of waiting for your new
baby to arrive, you are finally faced
with the joys and the added respon-
sibilities of a newborn. Because the chal-
lenges of motherhood only begin at deliv-
ery, you may be feeling overwhelmed.
These feelings are not uncommon to new
and experienced moms and Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is here to help.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is sponsor-
ing a Moms for Moms group open to all
military beneficiaries who are having dif-
ficulty coping with their new roles. The
group will meet the first and third
Tuesday of every month from 10-11 a.m.
in the Family Practice Conference Room.
The first meeting is scheduled for June 6
and family members are encouraged to
attend.
It is natural for most women to experi-
ence feelings of sadness, anxiety and
mood swings when they first bring their
new babies home from the hospital
according to the Postpartum Depression
(PPD) Hope Information Center. This is
due to hormonal changes in women and
the normal domestic stress that a new
baby can cause in the household, especial-
ly those with small children or with a
deployed spouse. This is called the "baby
blues" and, in most cases, will go away
after a couple of weeks.
When these feelings persist for several
weeks after delivery, new moms may be
experiencing postpartum depression
(PPD). Women who are suffering from
PPD feel extremely sad and lonely. They


may lose interest in their families and
have difficulty sleeping or eating properly.
They may lack interest in sex and their
self-esteem plummets. In severe cases,
women may think about taking their own
life.
Actress and model Brooke Shields says
she fought the "mother lode" of emotional
battles when she suffered from PPD after
the birth of her first child. Friends and
family were quick to dismiss her early
warning signs attributing them to lack of
rest. In her book, Down Came the Rain,
she candidly discusses her debilitating
and often misunderstood condition.
Fortunately, PPD is treatable with anti-
depressant medications, along with coun-
seling. About 10-20 percent of all. new
mothers suffer from PPD. Shields urges
new mothers who are experiencing pro-
longed symptoms to speak with their
health care provider about treatment
options.
The Moms for Moms group at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is designed to pro-
vide support and companionship for new
moms and to help them deal with their
added role of motherhood or mothering
another child. The group will be facilitat-
ed by a family counselor and nurses.
Types of topics for discussion include qui-
eting a crying infant, introducing solid
foods, financial demands and exercise.
For more information about the group,
call (904) 542-Baby (2229) or join us at
the next session and bring a friend or
family member.


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


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 personnel
and their family members.
Participation of both par-
ents is encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-


ner helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget
for baby from birth
through college. He offers,
money saving tips for buy-
ing baby's first items such
as furniture, car seats, car-
riers and strollers.
Retirement planning for
parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the
class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", val-
ued at $100. The sturdy


canvas bag contains a
Gerber layette and a blan-
ket knitted by NMCRS vol-
unteers.
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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Beautiful -4 bed-
room, 3 full bath, 2616
square foot, 2 year
old home. Formal liv-
ing room, dining
room. Surround
sound in family room,
master bedroom and
outside in screened
lanai. Gourmet
kitchen with cherry
cabinets, white Cor-
rin counter tops
stainless stee
appliances, large
pantry, and center
island. Plantation
shutters, ceiling fans,
water softener, irri-
gation well. Side
entry 3-car garage
with extra storage.
termite bond, private
preserved profes-
sionally landscape lot
with large oaks.
"Reasonable offer
will be accepted"
$549,900. 904- 708- 5002
Agent

344 St. Augustine
344* Beach

St. Augustine Beach
Ocean Front 3/2, 20x40
ocean front deck,
$1,397,000. poss. owner
finance, 904-827-9848

345 Nassau
County

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

350 Waterfront
11 ACRES -South Prong,
Black Crk. Prestine park
like setting, w/well &
septic & pwerpole,
$359k. 904-219-9534
1 AC LOT w/Sunset
Pomona Park. Crystal
clear, great boat/ski/
fish $300K 386-649-6929
2 ACRES BLACK CREEK
-200' frontage, boat-
house, well, septic, pwr,
$350k 406-4949
BLACK CREEK -3/2, 1
acre, many new
upgrades, $350k
406-4949
FSBO 2 lake front lots,
apprx 1.4 ac. in S. GA.
Call 912-632-8511 for
details. Jay Williams
ICW -FLAGLER BEACH
Spectacular 1+ac. Estate
lot w/over 100' of
frontage on ICW. Gated
comm.-Flagler Bch
Polo Club. Improved lot
w/22x40 dock.
A must see! $849,900.
Dave Douglas-Remax
386-569-9909
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Canal lot, paved road,
homes only, 148'
$48,900. 904. 529- 9300
MIDDLEBURG 2 LOTS
Se Black Creek- 7 acres
$199K, 3 acres $129K.
Call 904- 716-0400
NC MTNS. 1.2ac. w/325'
on Cattail Crk. Approved
well & septic $55,500.
Burnsvllle, 828- 682 6407
ORTEGA WATERFRONT
-4/3, concrete bulk-
head/ pool, Ig kit,
$769,500. Make offer.
FSBO.Will co-op 860-5055
SAN MATEO full brick 4/2
3/4ac on Broward Rvr.
2660sf+Flrm. Ingrnd
scrn pool, many extras,
$459K. Call for extra
buyer incentives.
Oasis Realty Services,
LLC. 904-714- 6702
SWIMMING PEN CREEK
FSBO 3-4/2.5, 2200sf,
dock, bulkhead, boatlift,
$735K. 904- 616 0866

355 Condominiums
1291sf to 1729sf,
$151,900-$183k. 3/2.5,
gar, new, close to NAS
Jax Builder incentives,
Chatham Woods
Model., 215-2460
BAYMEADOWS $179,000
1447sf, New 3/2, pool,
see: www.owners.com
#dgw9006 609-638-2090
a Condo Sale! China
Cabinet and For-
mal Diningroom
table $1500. 5'x7'
Oriental rug $85. Call
249-1666
OAKLEAF Preserve New
3/2,1525sf. $167,900.
Home Assist Realty
860-5564 or 288- 6497
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
new int 2/2, Summer-
house, golf side,
$219,000. Call 838-9400
CLOSING COST PAID! 2/2,
5 Star Amenities on golf
course. PVB, end unit.
$205K. 904- 465-2020
SAIL COVE -TWN CTR,
3br/2ba, wd floors, new
tile, avail furn/rent.
$204,900. Call 525-6946
SOUTHBROOK Beach
Blvd remodeled 3/2,
gated New baths & kit.
$145K Duane 912- 927-1926
Southside, The Oaks


Lrg. 1429sf., 3Br 2-5.Ba
Must see! Move in ready
S82.900. 904-451-2688
1-800-353-3349

360 Out ol Area/
30v Town/State

Affordable Log cabin in
Franklin, NC. Mtn view.
2.5ac. 3/2, ch/a, hw firs,
$185K or $195K. 828- 331- 9584


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360 Out of Area/ 375 Farms/
360 Town/State 18 Acreage

GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC LAN
A swift stream enhances DA FOR
the natural beauty of SALE
this heavily wooded S
5.63 acre, Fawn Ridge Callahan Area
home site-$96K. Call
owner 800-521-6788 or Paved Frontage
gatewaymountain.com 18 Acres
N. GA MOUNTAINS 3500sf $324,000
Gate d ri v e r 2-74
r,.I o u s e. c o m 237-7467
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365 Manufactured south Mountain Peaks
3 Homes 1-7 AC Homesites with
Fabulous Long Range Mt.
Views. $39,900- $89,900.
BAD, TOUGH, UGLY Log Cabins on 1.2 AC Sites.
CREDIT? $89,900- $132,900
U-PIck a home. We do Financing- FREE Info.
the loan. 771-9055 CALL 828-256-1004
Ask for Emma.
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Gated community.
5.29ac hilltop homesite.
Beautiful Gated W est- www.nhiiIcounUyp roerty. m
side comm. new & used 936-890-5486
2 & 3 br hms. Fin avail
Call Bettyann 783.2460 Investment
COMPLETELYFURN'D 3/2 380 Properties
14x70N 2000 Exc. cond. in
Deer Poi nt Park off 103rd
$15,500. 904- 718-8334 '111nIN.U16I'0T0
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU f\ Investor Rehab
Land Homes Packages! Loans
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Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385 construction

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OF MERIT 477-4225 OR EMAIL Close to Orange Park
JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET Mall 2br/1.5ba $335,000.
Call 386-235-6667
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3/2 Double Wide 6PLX BRK COLLEGE ST
on 1.25 acres In 1/1 ALL RNTD@2480/MO
Middleburg./ Keystone.$375K 904-687-7000
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CALL (904) 291.2735 II

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Foreclosed mobile home
Just pay sales tax and
move-in call 695-2255
MIDDLEBURG
1857 Openwoods Dr,
3/2 "96 DWMH, 1.Sacres,
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
874.1862 or 291-3100
MUST SELL 3BR 2BAI
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
WESTSIDE dbl wide, 3/2,
CH/A, new carpet, near
schools & Mall Lot not
incl. $48,900 993.1494
&I* lll :IN I[1"ead:I =i[ -]1];1'l
We have the home -
Financing no problem,
Call Sandy @ 695-2255
334-3339

370 Lots for Sale
100% Lot Loan Financing
No down payment
Call Kelly @ 904- 568-4810
BAKER COUNTY 1 Acre
lot, quiet neighborhood
in Glen St. Mary
off Hwy 39B, $45,000.
90= 86&86270
BEAUTIFUL TREED LOT in
Astor, FL 1/2 mile from
boat ramp to St. Johns
River 904) 262.3163
N.E. JAX, Sac. homesite
cleared, ready to build.
Paved rd, 20min/Dwntn
$397K. 904-254.2706
ONE 5 AC OR TWO 2.5 AC
-and 1.68 ac lots. Beau
tiful, private pond,
hardwoods in desire
able le St. Johns Co.
from $125-$390k.
Owner/ agent 692-4926
ONE S AC OR TWO 2.5 AC
-and 1.68 ac lots. Beau
tiful, private pond,
hardwoods in desire
able le St. Johns Co.
from $125-$390k.
Owner/ agent 692-4926
ONE ACRE LOT
With Well,
Septic, & Pole
Owner Financing.
Unimproved Lots Also Avail.
904 282- 5449 386.752.0784
RV FRIENDLY-1/2 ac
wooded lots in peace-
ful Fanning Springs.
25min to the Gulf.
$31.9k 10-S 352-463-0725
352-498-5986
Westside Old Plank Rd.
2.4 acres, septic tank
& electric pole.
904.403.8388/786.2955

375 Farms/
375 Acreage

5.36 ACRES IN S.E. GA.
With new well, beauti-
ful rolling hills, just 30
min. from 1-95,70 miles
from Jax. FL. Ready to
Ouli' $52.500 ioiner
ipra vaail 912 256 2393i
BAKER CO. 10 ACRES
United Cc..intr>
St M.arv1 Realir
904.2596500.$150K I
GAINESVILLE FL AREA 80
acres, .5 miles paved
Rd. frontage improved
p asture, farm house
arn $20,000/acre. Call
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390 Real Estate.
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400 Apartments
Furnished
405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
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445Storage/Mini-
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450 Management/Rental
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455 Wanted to Rent


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ARLINGTON
$150 DEPOSIT
-Unfurnished Studios
-Pool- Fitness Ctr- Fishing
-Conv to Town & Beaches
FROM $375 MO
Furn & Unfurn
Willow Lakes of Arl
7703 Hare Ave.
725 -0303
AVONDALE -Haddon Hall
2/1, hardwd firs, CH&A,
Best n'hood, no pets,
refs $1200MO. 384-7954
NORTHSIDE 3BR SPECIAL
$99 SECURITY DEPOSIT
LARGE 1350 SF UNITS
(904) 751 -1510
NORTHSIDE Lg 1,2, & 3 BRs.
HUD Vouchers Accepted.
$99 Deposit! No App. Fee
(904) 751 -1510


405 Apartments
Unfurnished

NORTHSIDE Need a Place To
$550 -$760 Hang Your Hat?
1,R2 & 3 BR's w
Available! /
(904)757.02401
Ashley Park ..
Apartments
PVB Across the road to
bch. 4 furnished Apts.
2/1.5's, LR/DR combo,
kit, Indry rm inci W/D,
Call 912-265-8788
RIVERSIDE 1/1, hdwd firs,
ch/a, upstairs, appls,
4plex, $25m+$400dp.
2983 Downing St 333-5176
R'SIDE -nice duplex 2/1,
CH&A, w/d connection,
storage rm, gar sm pet
ok, $675mo. 786-1090
SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
St. Mary's /Pt. Peter Area
Morningside Townhome
2/2, 1000sf, 5mins to Sub
Base. Call 912-882.5466
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897

410 Condominiums
ARLINGTON The Oaks,
3/2.5 1429 sf, w/d, tile.
wd firs, fen yrd, pets ok
$900. (5pm) 904-318-0357
Baymeadows/Point
Meadows Place 3/2, balc,
gated com, $1100, no
pets. 904.821-8446
ICW/AVANTI CONDO'S
Beautiful Irg 2/2 w/gar,
2nd fir, AvI 6/1. $1100m.
407-460-1704/904-471-0163
JAX BCH THE PALMS 2/2
$1100 1/1 $875. Lots of
amenities, gym, pool,
upgraded units.
904-476-1214
JTB/HODGES 2/2, 2nd fir
corner, pool, fitness
tennis gated, $950mo +
util Call 472-0062
MANDARIN GLEN
2/2 all amenities
$825mo. + sec. $675
616 -5855
MERRILL PINES 2/2 brand
new,all ll app ncl+W/D.
$700 first month's rent
$920m. 904215-0638
Natures Hideaway 3/2 $1195
WS New Condo, Kit Equip,
Pool & Pvlygrod,; Gated Comm
VANSANDT RE 389 3540
SS Near NAS JAX- 2/2
avaiL Junes15.
Call for more Info.
553.-8313 PCS
Oakleaf Plantation
brand new, 1525sf, 3/2,
elev. access. all amenities &
condo fee's ind., $1200mo,
904-541 0012/505 6382
0 P new 2/2, w/pool,
close to NAS/Jax & 295,
$950mo 904-735-3061
ORTEGA Riverfront Only
2/1.5, w/d, priv deck,
gated sec, new appi,
$ 1500mo. w/lease opt
339,000 904 887-6622
PALM COAST Amazing
Intracoastal view! 3/2
furn, gated+amen, avail.
9/1 $1500m 9040 635-6861
PERFECT LOCATION
Jax Bch & Town Center!
1 & 2 BRs from $939!
Call 904-642-3504
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
new int 2/2, Summer-
house, golf side, $1100
+ sec. Call 838-9400
PONTE VEDRA BCH New

gated 1/1, WD, 1st fir,
fpl, star, $750.
585-943-8736
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
CONDO -2/2, all new,
includes gar, down-
stairs, on the lake,
beach access, must
rent. 904- 251-5370
PVB- Belleza 2/2 1st FL
lake view w/gar, gated,
resort amen. $1175
4th mo free 904 687 3000
PV Colony 2/2 lcarg,
hrdwd firs stone
counters, w/d $1100fno
East of AIA 904.543-9467
SOUTHSIDE- SONOMA
New 3/2, gated, pool
view, granite. $1150mo.
Avail 6/1; Call 631.3663
S'side 2/2 near St. Johns
Town Ctr, pets ok, all
amenities, w/d Incid.
$1250mo 561-676-1442
S'SIDE/Montreux, 1st fir
Irg new 2/2, all new appi
scm prch overlkg woods.
$1100m. 904. 703-1021
S'SIDE new TH near Tin-
seltown & South Point.
2/2.5, gar, 1300sf,
amen., $1075. 739-1879
WE-STSIDE Irg 2/2.5,
1400sf, frpic, dock, river
view, scrn porch, patio,
gar, eat in kit, no pets,
850m0. 272-1239
SGrand Reserve,
2BR/2BA, Hodges
[ near JTB, 1200+sf,
pool, gym, other
amenities, W/D furn
incl. $950mo
(305)240-0003

420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

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FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
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Plantation Village
2757 Spencer Plant
3/2/2 1459sf $995
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420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

ARL 3/2 $1100/No Crd Ck
MAND 2/3, 1300sf. $900.
WS 3/1, $800 pet ok
RTO Avail. R/C 725-1000
ARULINGTON 1700sf, 3/2.5,
garage, 3518 Millcrest
r. $1250 mo $1250dep.
904 463- 2823
4 ATL BCH/NAS
MAYPORT. 3/2. PCS
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schools/beach.
Laundry, tile, pets okay.
Avail 6/19, $1000/m.
651-2737
Avondale 2/1 Spotless,
all apple incid. w/d,
ca/h, 1 car detachd gar.
Pets ok. $995m 868-6212
Avondale 3/2 $925 ch&a
1300sqft/Near Boone Pk
HW/floors/porch/lcargar
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
BEACHES 2265 Wind-
3lammer Ln E 2200:1. on
c3nal ibr 2 503. lrq ,a.
5210orm.:. Call 2J6.19145
BLENDING OP -No. Ti-,
3/2.5, w/loil, 1600si,
conv loc. close to
shopping, rest, malls,
golf, St. Johns River.
l000mo. pets ok.
687-6450
Cedar Hills 3/2 $750
ch&a/w&d hu/carport
1384sqft/egt kitch/fence
VANSANDT RE 389- 3540
Clay Co. Rent To Own.
3/2w/pool 2car, Bit'01.
1540 Irishwood Ct. $1250
me.+ down. 236 -2141
CLAY COUNTY,
Magnolia Golf & CC 4/3,
gorgeous new home,
9 PETS. $1800m+dp.
904-294-7910 Ownr/Agnt
EAGLE HARBOR 4BR/2BA,
2c. gar, new applies, hwd
firs avil 6/1 $1800mo
w/lawn care, 673-2276
ICW 762 Port Wine Ln.
3/2, 2 car gar, WD, yd
maint inci. $1275mo +
dep. avail 6/1 220-5491
INTERCOSTAL beautiful
home like new 4br/2ba,
built in 2003, $1250mo.
Call 904-305-1621
Intracoastal Waterway
Waterleaf Subdivision
945 Brlarcreek Road
3/2/2 1745sf $1395
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
LAKE ASBURY
Silver Creek Sub
2664 Fern leaf Drive
4/2 1800sf $1125
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730&8060
4 MANDARIN
3/2 Lakefront, 2000sf,
S w/d Inclu, lotsnew,
ten minutes to NAS,
$1250/mo. 917- 306-1940
Mandarin 3br/2ba ranch
style house new paint
carpet, 2 car gar, nice!
$1125mo 818-486-2846
MANDARIN
Julington Creek
Plantation
212 Northbridge Court
T/H 3/2.5/1 1304sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
Mandarin 2br/2ba,
fenced back yard, 10718
Saddlebred Dr. walk to
schls $1200mo. 254- 5613
MAND Bartram Park TH,
2/2.5 + ofc lcg, scrn rm,
lake, preserve, gated, pool,
all appi. $1100mo. 742-2459
SMAND-Waterfront
TH, 3/2.5. oar. frIl,
. walk to shopping
swimming, boat-
ing, fishing, Lake 7 min.
to NAS $1400,61& 8260
Q M'BURG-Black
creek wtrfnrt,
Sbr/3ba. 3500sf,
deep water, 4.2ac,
barn riding arena,
militarybyowner.com
PCS. $2150. 904S505 1313
4 MIDDLEBURG. 4/2
T split with formal
11 living and dlig
rooms, wood
burning fireplace,
family room, 1928sf,
705- 5004. $1200/mo,
$900 1st month,
Mlddleburg
Ridaught Landing Sub
2864 Tuscarora Trail
3/2/2 1412sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
4, MIDDLEBURG
S3/2 House 2car
garage built 2003,
available now, w/d
hookups, all apple's,
pets neg. $1050m.
904 704- 5363/291- 4444
4, MURRAY HILL
2/1 w/fp, hrdwd firs,
1 car gar. &fncd yrd,
Short commute to NAS
JAX. Lawn main.inciL. $995
Call Jen 874-7865 ,
NORTHSIDE-Rent to
own 3/2 + loft, lake
view, 2150sf, $5000 dn,
$1200m. 954-534-6989
NORTHSIDE
Deerfield Lakes
791 Assisi Lane #304
2/1.5 T/H 1100sf $750
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904) 730-8060
NORTHSIDE
888 Majestic Cypress Ln
3/2/2 1228sf$950
Fenced
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
(904)730-8060
N'SIDE 4/2, 2cg, fpl, w/d,
2000sf, large backyard,
quiet neighborhood.
$1250m. 904-.807-8142
N'SIDE -RTO, 4/3, 2 story,
with loft, lake view,
$1800mo. $5000 dep.
Call 305-725-8825
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Golf course comm. 4/2.5,
2400sf. all apols. Iwn
mna.n[ 90J 2942470


420 ,Houses
4 Unfurnished

OAKLEAF PLANTATION
1700 Canopy Oaks. 4/2,
1750sf, appi, blinds.
$1300/mo. 4th month FREE
REALTY EXECUTIVES
273.3939 610-6460
OP/1434 WOODLAND
VIEW DR. Fleming Isl.
Plant. 4/2, fp. 2 c gar, fen
yard, close to Y, school
pools/$1395 + dep.
Avail 6/1 Call 5043807

OP/Mlddleburg-
3/2. Nice neigh-
borhood. Big yard.
S $800.1 yr. lease.
215- 2026 or 505-3793.
OP Nice 3/2 new pnt-
crpt, patio, carport, LR,
DR, FR. $775. 860-8478
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT,
New 4/2, 1687sf, Istory
ranch style. $1250m.
Lease opt. 303-683-0462
Orange Park Brand new
4/3 nvr lived In. 2400s1
Lots of upgrds! 1450m
Mut .E+ 904.463.5499
PAXON 2/1.
936 Saranac St.
$550/mo + $300 deposit.
Call 904.716-6609
PVB JEWEL ON WATER
4/3, large lanai, walk
to beach, school, shops,
$2500/mo. 904-403- 7372
PVB/Seaside Comm. 3/2,
2cg, on lake. $1575m
newer crpt comm. pool,
.5mi to Bch. 904-614.-4837
RIDGECREST O. P.
beautiful 3/2, huge
eat-in kit., new appis,
frpic, HWFIrs, fenc yd,
scrn porch, 2 car gar,
new paint inside/out
quiet well maintained
neighborhood, close to
NAS Jax. No smokers,
no dogs, avail. 7/1.
$1300 mo. + dep.
904-276-8182/779- 2612,
by appt. only.
SAN JOSE near Univ. Blvd
3/2 grt loc. wd firs, big
fen yd. $1200m. + dep.
avai 6/1 Call 614-3194
SAN MARCO 3/2 + bonus
1650sf, Ig kIt, lndr W/D.
1482 Cheshire Rd.
$1300mo. Call 683-6967
SOUTHSIDE -3/1
w/d hook-up, 1 car gar.,
large backyard.
$975/mo,
Electric included.
CALL MOLTON354-6646
SOUTHSIDE 4/2 quite
n'hood, secluded bck-
yrd w/jacuzzi. Avail 6/1
1450m 904-625-6897
SOUTHSIDE 3/1.5 $850
ch&a/HWfloors/w&d hu
Screened porch/equpt kit
VANSANDT RE 389- 3549
S'S 3/2, 2car lakeview Fla
rm, Fpl sec sys, 2 pools,
new crpt/palint.
$1150mo. Call 292-9472
S'side 4/2, 3/2 Near bch
blvd.& Arl new carpet,
pvt yrds. $995 & $1195
+ sec. 904.287.2727
S'SIDE/The Woods 3/2,
fncd yd, sunrm, pool,
tennis, club hse, Atl Blvd.
$1300m. 207-592-0912
SS- Lantana Lakes,
SSub 3/2,2 car gar.
S sec. sys, sprink,
frpl, FL m, lake
view, 2 pools, $1175.
292-9472
ST. AUG BCH -RTO or
6mo lease, Spacious
Luxury on priv lake. By
priv bch. $2500
305-395-1611
ST. AUG BCH/Oceanfront
cottage 3/2, AC, nicely
renovated, great beach,
$1800m Refs 904- 384 7954
ST. JOHNS CO. Lrg 4600sf,
5/4+loft & bonus. Johns
Crk Subd. Max Star
Properties 904- 652- 7216.
ST. JOHNS CO. Racetrack
Rd. new 3/2.5 TH, 1460sf.
gar, gated, all apls
$250m 904-249.4146
4 St. Mays, 3/2,
SSugarmll great
S room livin room,
loft, fncedyard,'
community pool, near
Kings Bay 1. 95, $1050.
912-6741293
4. St. Marys, 3/2,
S Sugarmill great
room, Uvinroom,
lft, ncedyard,'
community pool, near
Kings Bay IE 9S, $1050.
912- 674o1293
TIRED OF RENTING?
NorthsIde -3br, Iba,
central H&A, Move in
now. $0 down, $675mo.
$81,900 1964 W. 15th St.
745-0045
TIRED OF RENTING?
West Riverside -
3br 1 ba, central h&a,
1695mo $0 down,
$86,900 Move in now,
2544 Calvin St. 745-0045
VENETIA/ORTEGA 3/2 $895
Completley renov/must
c Equip kitchen/1006sqft
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WESTSIDE OFF CASSAT
REMODELED 4BR, 1.5BA,
$89SMO. $0 DOWN,
$129,900.5259 Baycrest
Rd. 745-0045
d WestSide- 2/2 w/
carport, fenced, all
[jappi10 miles, NAS
JAX, look for
couple, no pet, prefer
non-smoker, $700/$350
dep. 904,908-8844
WESTSIDE/O.P.
Brand New House. 1600sf
3/2. 2car gar $1125mo
(904) 645- 7374
WESTSIDE -7006 Miss
Muffet Ln. S. 3/1, CH&A,
w/d incld. $725mo $725
dep Call 771-9506


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420 Houses 435 Rooms
4 Unfurnished to Rent

WESTSIDE ORANGE PARK-
Whisperin Pines Sub miles from NAS
5630 Great Pine Lane N l JAX. $450/mo. All
2/2 1210sf $725 utilities included.
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP W/d, 386 0207
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE SIDE
Adam's Lake Room for rent, $395mo
11514 Summerbird Court +u. 1 mile from
3/2/2 1458sf $1050 exchange adn NS
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Mayport Prefer female,
(904) 730- 8060 non smoker, call
215-593-9446
WESTSIDE
Gentle Woods Sub ROS ET
6424 Crimson Leaf Lane ROOMS TO RENT
3/2/2 1458sf $1050 From $80+ utilities incl.
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP CH/A, all appliances.
(904)730-8060 Furn/unfurn 904.566-6265

Timothy Landing Beach/
7724 Higchair Lane 440 Vacation/
3/2/1 1500sf $975
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Resorts
(904) 730-8060
WESTSIDE HR ORANGE PARK OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
S A SMALLC ARK St. Augustine 65wk.

NO WREFREQ.95 HOOKUP QU2897 oldcity.com/oceanfront
W'S -2 2.5 Townhome
appli., dock/deck, hrdwd fp
deep wtr access to St. Johns,
$1195mo 904-389-2198 Ml
WS 3/1, $800 pet ok
ARL 3/2 $100/No Crd Ck
MAND 2/3 1300sf. $900. Commercial
RTO Avail. R/C 725. 1000
W'side-2/1. New incl. Real Estate
tile throughout & CH&A. 500 Commercial/
Detached garage/large Industrial for Sale
front & bkyd. 5750mo. sCommercial/
Max Star Rity 652.7216. industrial for Rent
W'SIDE-3/2, TOTALLY 507 Commercial/
refurbished, new cpt, Businesses for Sale
CH&A $975mo 510 Retail/Office Space
1st/ist mo 699*8796 for Sale
W'SIDE 6601 Georgia 515 Retail/Office Space
Jack Dr., 3br/2ba forRent
$850/mo + $850 dep. __forRe
Ph. 777-0691 or 695-3388 Commercial/
WS Lakeshore 3/1 $750 500 Industrial
ch&a, HW Firs, Fenced, IFor Sale
CarGar, Wkshp, Kit Equlp For Sale
VANSANDTRE 389-3540
MAYO, FL. Half city block
on Main St. US 27,
wlcorner lot, 2 buildings.
Realtor/owner. $225,000
I I 850-269-1465
O, NC Store + cabin $94,990.
E A 20 acres, stream: $99,990.
919-693-8984 or
E R A owner@newbranch.com
REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones Commercial/
& Associates, Inc 505 Industrial
(904) 757-3466 For Rent
ww.ERADANJONES.com
ome, GREEN COVES SPRGS
Homes, 2000SF warehouse, 4
Townhomes, and roll-up doors, $50mo,
Condominiums avail 6/1, Call 673-2276
1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
$525 -$1600
In the 5 Businesses
Following Areas: For Sale
Northside
Mandarin BEAUTY & BARBER SHOP
Oceanway established clientele
Downtown owner retiring,
San Marco 778- 1408 or 662- 7587
Victoria Point
Arlington RESTAURANT
Southside
Argyle FOR SALE
Intercoastal West CALL 278-9040
Westside
CAcLL 757466 515 Office Space
CALL 757-3466 For Rent
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS JTB & PHILLIPS
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included. GOING FAST!!
Call Rod 343-8922
$500 Down U OWN
Al Areas 1st Mo. FREE MANDARIN 1140SF
C EZ QUALIFY 381 First month rent free.
Call the HtUlne 388-1208 Rent neg. 904- 868- 5500
RENTALS IN ARGYLE,
ARL & O.P. -3 & 4 br, NEW OFFICE SUITES
avail. Starting at $950. 1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Zenith Realty 215-0676 Eastpark Great location!
CALL FOR MOVE IN (904)998-9339
SPECIALS! EZ Qualifying
CH/A,l appliances+ WS 840 Edgewood Ave S.
W/D hkp. 904.566-6265 Profl. suites, full service
__ _____^_ from 200sf + $1/per sqft.
A 5Manufactured Call 904-716-0400
05f Homes

BOSTWICK 2 sgl wide 525 ForRent
mobile homes on canal.
dep. + until. Good credit LEM TURNER -Store
req. Call 386-325-9226 LEM TURNER -Store I.
front 1750sf avail.
I=- .] [,] l!!i: 904-514-1090
Then own your home for
as little as $1000/down
Call Sandy @ 695-2255
WESTSIDE- fully furn 2/1,
priv 1/2 ac lot, CH&A, no
pets, $500 781-2752


430 Roommates

9A-Irg furn rm, new hm,
DSL, cbl, w/d, no pet,
NoSmkr$500 237-1834
ARL. M/F to share lovely
furn home. $700m.
Home rarely/403-6422
Atl. Blvd/Keman-S hare
4/2 home. DSL & all until.
incl. Very gd area $140wk
N/S only. 904-838-8054
OP F. Wanted to share
new 3500sf hm, rivervw
$500 inci. until. 509-5877
OP Share 2 Story House
w/pool, seeks male N/S
$325mo. +utils 612-6646
W'side behind Blanding
post office. New 4/2.5
3200sf home seeking
responsible, employed
adult. $500mo. 379-1935

WS Lg hm, no smkr/pet
$450 + 1/2 until neg.
furn/unfurn. 777-5955
WS Normandy Blvd. Chris-
tian M/F, share 2br trailer
1/2 utils 786-4219 237-3772
WS- share nice 2/2
apt lost to NAS JAX
1l utilities, Ici, call
252- 7432, leave msg,
have ref. $550
A43 Rooms
"435 to Rent

ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
ARL-REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
7 DAY STAY
(904) 725. 5093
BAYMEADOWS
BEACHES MANDARIN
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week also houses
for rent furn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904-302-5753
H, NAS JAX- wanted
Sale roommate near
HI NAS JAX utilities
included. $400mo.
Very nice home.
Call 779-4660
N'side Private Home
all utilities Included
$125wk + $125sec dep.
Call 904-860-6927
OP Efficiency, furn, sm
refrig, microwave,
cable off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 mo
Avail 5/1 Call 215-9416


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


5 0 OBusiness
5S0 Opportunities

CHILDCARE CENTERS est.
locations, w/real
estate, Fin. arranged. FL
Investment Properties
888'881- 0118

DRY CLEANER MUST SELL
Loc. in 2600+ Employee
bldg. Heart of downtown
bus. district 904-356-8187
PIZZA REST. turnkey,
ready, Westside area,
$39,900. 836-659-1966
PIZZERIA, Estab. 15yrs.
Small turnkey bus, for
quick sale. Regency
area. Serious inquires
only. $25K. 904-803-5691
REST. TAKE OUT & DELIV.
Est. bus. & resid. cust.
base. Regency area,
$38,500.904 382.5834
St. Augustine Retail
Business Established '92
Highly developed repeat
business along with
continued growth of
tourist trade. $195K +
inventory. 904-347-9499


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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!


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

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.


WILLO RIDGE


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Homes Starting in The $190s!


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


For More Information, Please Call
904-783-6217
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.

FOX HILFAM


Homes Starting In The $200s!
* Long awaited final phase NOW OPENI
* Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots I I I
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.

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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
* Away from the traffic!
* Conveniently located close to
1-295 and Normandy Blvd.


For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968


1-295 to exit 19 (Normandy Blvd.- SR 228) West on SR 228
approximately 7,6 miles to Weston Ranch on the right.
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Condos Starting in The


* Cozy, intimate community
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located minutes
from downtown near I-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,


Pon TIMBER RUN


Condos Starting In The LOW $ 100s!


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

For More Information, Please Call
904-425-4929


Town Homes Starting In The $130s!


*Three spacious floorplans to
choose from
* Homes available for
immediate occupancy
* 2 or 3 bedrooms with garages 4
* Community swimming pool
For More Information, Please Call
904-854-7101


Condos Starting In The LOW $ 100s!
* Three decorated models!
" BEST value on the Westside!
* Peaceful country setting
* Conveniently located close to
shopping and dining on 103rd
St.just west of 1-295


For More Information, Please Call
904-425-4929


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West to Willow Ridge on the left.


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North on Ricker Rd. to Timothys Landing on left.


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709 Aviation

AVIATION FUELERS &
GSE MECHANIC
Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Aviation Ser-
vices Group company)-
world's largest FBO &
aviation support net-
work has immediate FT
openings: at our JAX
Int'l Airport facility.
GENERAL AVIATION &
COMMERCIAL
AVIATION FUELERS
Exp. prefd but not req'd.
Must have valid drivers
lic, HS Diploma/GED
and flexible availability.
GROUND SERVICE
EQUIPMENT MECHANIC.
yr min exp req'd. Valid
drivers lic, HS Diploma,
GED & flexible avail-
ability.
Must pass drug screen,
10 year bckgrnd check.
Salary based on exp +
bnfts. Apply in person:
Signature Flight Sup-
port, JAX Int'l Airport,
14700 Yonge Dr. EOE

710 Industrial/
STrades

A/C DUCT CLEANING
TRUCK OPERATOR
Good pay & benefits.
Good Driving record a
must. DFWP, Indoor
Comfort 396 7771

A/C SHEET METAL
MECHANICS & HELPERS
Needed. Exp required.
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave.
M-F. EOE. DFWP

BINDERY HELP
FT, Great Pay.
Call 904- 696.8822


CARPENTERS & HELPERS
Tools & transportation
Nec. Top pay. Clay Cty
area. 291-3020/838-0789
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


Now hiring exp'd InteriorB
Trim Carpenters. Pd
Holidays, Vacations,i
Benefits. Must have own
tools/transp. 284-3753

DRYWALL FOREMAN
With commercial, office,
interior exp. We are
looking for a long-term
employee. Exc bnfts.
Please call Tenant
Contractors 268-1008 or
fax resume 268-8995


710 Industrial/
Trades

Construction
Owens Corning
HOMExperts, a leader
in residential con-
struction services is
seeking:
RESIDENTIAL
CONSTRUCTION
EXPERTS
In the Jacksonville area
For work including new
home repair, warranty.
remodeling, quality
assurance & customer
service.
*Competitive benefits pkg.
*Dispatched from home
*Advancement opportunities
-Must own hand &
power tools
-Must have reliable
truck/van
SDrug-free with clean
background
*Safety a must
For consideration, Email:
Rachel.Vail@owen
scorning.com
Call: 866-264-7912, ext.
1 3 9 or Fax :
877-479-2652
Owens Corning is an
EO/AAE.

DOZER, TRACKHOE,
GRADER,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE

EQUIPMENT OPERATORS,
PIPELAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904- 751- 8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a


FACILITIES
MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR
Min 5 yrs. exp in
facilities mainte-
nance req.
Must have excellent
working knowledge of
bldg maintenance,
prey supervisory exp
& able to work in
team environment
Water Filteration
system exp a plus.
Mrs Sun Thurs
Jacksonville Zoo and
Gardens
employment
jacksoenvllezoo.org
fax: 904-757-1626
EOE Drug Free
Workplace


GRAPHIC ARTIST
PC environment. Top
Pay, Corel Draw &
Adobe. Print. Sign &
T-ShirtShop. 696-8822


IRONWORKERS/SKILLED
Welding skills, & some
Blue print skills a must.
Exc. bnfts, comp. pay &
advan. oppty. 504-4204.

JANITOR / DRIVER
Good driving record.
Benefits, 401k program
S & S Metals & Plastics Inc
3740 Morton St
731.4655


710 Industrial/
STrades

Landscapers, Laborers
& Bobcat Operators
Motivated & hard work-
ing; Drivers lic. a must.
Good pay. Call Jackie
924-8664
MANUFACTURING
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi-
tions, including forklift
operators, qualified
electricians, electro-
mechanical and line
operators. We offer a
real opportunity with
training, good pay and
benefits. We are
located West of Jack-
sonville in a growing
community. Contact
Sanderson Pipe at
275-2833 and ask for
H/R.
PAINTERS
with commercial &
residential experience.
tools & transportation.
632-0500 DFWP
PLUMBERS new apart-
ment construction
several new projects
just starting, Jackson-
ville area ,piece work
available, possibility of
becoming a foreman.
Ins program, paid
holidays &gaid vaca-
tions EOE DFWP Call
813-246-5341

Maronda Systems is
seeking Residential
Electricians, for the
Jacksonville North.
Must have experience
as well as own truck
and tools. Top Pay and
benefits. Please con-
tact Bill at 904-237-9261.
PRINTING CO. -hiring
press operators, out-
side sales, pre press
mgt. Call 514-1090
landscapefl@aol.com


Due to Rapid
Growth & Increased
Business
WESTSIDE
DODGE
Has openings for

Experienced
SERVICE
ADVISORS
We offer Excellent
Pay & Benefits.
Plenty of Work for a
Motivated Person
Apply in person
See Judi at
WESTSIDE
DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave.
No phone calls please
EOE Drug-Free Wrkpic

SPRAY TECH & HELPERS
for Underground Utility
Construct on. Valid DL,
CDL preferred. Some
travel Travel exps paid.
$11.0o/Start w/room for
advancement. 268-4951


710 Industrial/
STrades

Structural Steel Super
Welding, Blue print &
positive leadership
skills a must. Bidding
skills req'd. Comp. pay,
exc bnts. 504-4204.


Wastewater
Treatment Operator
lAP. HILL
Immediate openings
NS Mayport full time and
part time on call.
Operators must possess
a current C Level State of
Florida, DEP Wastewater
Operator's license.
lAP-HILL provides com-
petitive compensation
$20.20 & Medical plan,
Dental plan, Life insur-
ance, Paid vacation Paid
holidays (10), Paid per-
sonal time off (6 days),
and in addition to the
wage of $20.20 per hour
an additional 3% of gross
income deposited to an
employee retirement
fund plus $1.45 per
straight time hour
worked deposited to an
employee 401k.
lAP-HILL is a drug free
environment, equal
opportunity employer.
Send resume to
IAP- HILL
Naval Air Station
P.O. Box 77,
Building 103
Jacksonville, FL 32212
Attn: Frank Kane
FAX 904 542- 4164 e-mail
Kanefm@iaphill.com
(Part time positions pay
$20.20 base wage plus
$6.08/hr cash in lieu of
benefits = $26.28/hr).


WATER-PROOFING
CONTRACTOR
Hiring skilled profes-
sional superintendent
foreman/ mechanics
and labors, Must have
tools& trans. 396-4383


711 Marine
711 Trade

ENGINEERS & DECKHANDS
with exp. for Vessel
deliveries Fax info
904 824-7895 or mail to
620 21st St. St. August-
ine, FL 32084
FRICTION CRANE
OPERATOR, DIVER &
LIC'D TUG BOAT CAPTAIN
Call Emergency Marine
Response 284-1222
MARINE MECHANIC &
FIBERGLASS REPAIR
With experience
Ph. 860.5792 or 424 3197
WELDERS, PAINTERS &
FITTERS & LABORERS
Call Coastal Marine of
NE Florida 284.1222

712 Mechanic

AUTO/TRUCK MECHANIC
& OFFICE PERSON
ExC. pay & work hours.
Call 741-5555 or apply
@14475.204 Duval PI. W.
DIESEL TECHS, for Inter-
state National-ease
with experienced die-
sel techs, CDL a plus.
We offer top pay, ben-
efits, bonus and 401k.
Fax resume to
912-882-1891 or apply
at 979 Point Peter Rd.
St. Marys, GA. EOE



SAWP Mechanics
SHeavy Eqpt Mech's
Small Eng. Mech's
Hydraulic
Electrical
Full time own tools
required. Excellent
pay & benefits.
Call 904-781.4156
Fax 904-781.4157
DFWP/EOE


Immediate Openings.

H-60 RESET Center of Excellence
in Beeville, Texas

Job requirements include:

Airframe Mechanics
Avionics Mechanics
Tech. Inspectors
Power Test Pilots
US Military Helicopter exp
& formal training preferred.


Interested candidates: contact Kay
and Assoc at 847-255-8444 or by
e-mail at blackhawk@kayinc.com 8
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MECHANIC- DIESEL, SM
ENG, ELEC, HYDRAULIC.
OWN TOOLS. START
$20.00 / HR & BENEFITS
FOR QUALIFIED PERSON.
EOE. 904-219-0396


713 Legals
RFILE CLERK
for Riverside law firm.
Law office exp req'd.
Fax resumes to
Mark 904-398-0332


714 Insurance
$800/wk -Lic. 220 agent.
Must have exp in non
standard auto.
Call 636-5050


715 Management/
715 JProfessional

BILINGUAL PEOPLE
NEEDED (All languages)
904-565-1205
www.ilsjax.com

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
American Red Cross,
Gainesville, Fl. View job
description on line @P
alachua.redcross.org.
Send resume and
salary requirements to
tallmanv@usa.
redcross.org

LEASING AGENT/
ASSISTANT MANAGER
Nat'l property mgmt co.
seeks a professional &
goal oriented indi-
vidual with strong
personality for small
community located in
Jacksonville. 2 yrs exp
& AMSI a must.
Computer skills &
multi-tasking manda-
tory. Some weekends
requr'd. Competitive
benefits pkg + bonus.
Fax resumes to (732)
750-3040 or e-mail to
ApartmentJobs@
yahoo.com. Drug-free.
workplace & EOE.

SURFACE WARFARE TECH
COURSEWAREE DEV.)
Seeking (10) senior HM
& E Engineer Specialists
to develop interactive
courseware relating to
Ship HM&E systems.
Req's 6yrs. of ship-
board USN maint. exp.
strong training back-
ground and ESWS
quals. Must be literate
in Microsoft Word.
EOOW qual, instructor
tour and/or NEC 9502
are a plus. Apply online
at www.lsijax.com.
EOE-M/F/D/V. Drug
screen req.

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The opportunity you
were looking for!
Looking for a
bilingual candidate
(English/Spanish)
who will be
responsible for
maintaining and
updating our
websites. Must
ensure design
integrity on each
project. LWeb page
building and web
maintenance
experience required.
Experience in
electronic graphic
design and/or web
development is

with the basic
components of web
site design, including
HTML, Image
scanning, editing
software like
Photoshop and
create multi-media
(audio, video, Flash)
products. Must be
accurate in spelling
and grammar.
Must have experience
with Mac OS.
Be part of a growing
company with
unbelievable
flexibility on the job
and a fun environ-
ment every day. Did I
mention that the pay
is good?
Send your resume by
fax (904) 819- 3575 or
email me at luisvien-
rich@ecolatino.com.


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720 Medical

Medical
Transcriptionist
with experience in
typing. Fax Resume
482-4060

CALL CENTER REP- FT
for busy medical Ctr.
Call center exp in
medical field req;d.
Excellent communi-
cation skills, team
layer w/positive atti-
ude a must. Fax
resume to 722-4271
MEDICAL TECHNOLO-
GIST /TECHNICIAN
Needed. Variable hrs
including evening and
Saturday. Must beFL
licensed. Busy in-office
Laboratory for FP/Peds.
Phlebotomy exp req'd.
Great atmosphere &
team concept. Fax
resume to 722-4267
Attn: Lynda
PHARMACIST & MEDI-
CAL ASSISTANT to c. IK
at the Naval HOnppiir
contact us atthes.- a 3
Phone: 888-621-972-
Fax: 888-620.-0092 Ema,"i
laniercorp@aol .:-:.
PHLEBOTOMIST- PT nrs
for early a.m. & week-
end hrs in leading
medical office includ-
ing PEDS. Must be team
player and able to
travel between offices.
Computer exp a MUST
& minimum 1 yr phleb
exp req'd. Fax resume
to 722-4267 attn: Lynda
RN/LPN Full Time
Cardiology Research
Dept. Exp pref'd. Exc
benefits. Riverside.
Fax to 308.2175

SOCIAL SERVICES
DIRECTOR, RN, LPN &
UNIT MANAGERS for
Harts Harbor Health Care
BA degree required.
Some long term service
skills preferred.
Contact Lynn Smith
904-751-1834 or fax
resume at 904-751-0272


724 Education
DIRECTOR for small
Christian Daycare
CDA & Dir. Tng req'd.
San Marco Area
Call 396-3398
PRE- SCHOOL TEACHER
position, for the Cam-
bridge Prep School
Competitive pay, 401K
& insurance. A great
opportunity in a grow-
ing school. 268-7878

725 Office/
S Clerical

ADMIN ASSISTANT
9a-4p, M-F, $11/Hr.
Prop Mgmt Exp a Plus
emaif resume to:
khildebrandt@cmcfla.com
F/C BKKPER for Lg. R.E.
Office. AP, AR, Agents
Comm. Escrow accts.,
MS Word, Excel,
Quickbooks Pro a must.
Fax Brandy 353-4949

DDATA ENTRY:
Requires 60 WPM and
10,000 KPHII
WE OFFER:
Competitive salary,
Job Security, Oppor-
tunity for advance-
ment, Benefit Pack-
age including HMO
/PPO Options, 401K
participation, Dental
Ins Life Ins, Paid
Vacation.
Fax Resume To:
Martin Gottlieb & Assoc
904-596-2751, Email
ali@gottlleb.com

GEN OFFICE- for small
medical devise co.
S'side, Computer skills
required. Fax 886-9517


735 Restaurants/
SHotels

ALL POSITIONS
Brick Restaurant
Apply Mon. Sat, 2pm
5pm. 3585 St. Johns Ave
ASST MANGERS Needed.
Must have Hands-On
experience .Trents
Seafood. Apply 8968
103rd St. 908-8355
CHEF & KITCHEN STAFF
-New rest. in Jax Beach
now hiring. Please call
294-0307. ask for Jim

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
EXCITING NEW CONCEPT
iitn live music
Legendz Bar & Grill
NoWi n iring grs, Bar,
Wa & Kicnen Siaf
Appi althin 5'slae Blvd
at Tinselicrtn.
J.L TRENT SEAFOOD
Hiring servers, cashiers,
cooks & dishwashers.
Call 908-4202, 4533
120th St.
LUNCH WAIT STAFF
M-F, Southern Grill
Call 904-858-9800
SUSHI CHEF
Experience a must.
Apply at Bukkets. 222
North Oceanfront, Jax
Beach. Ph. 246-7701
THE ORIGINAL PANCAKE
HOUSE -Now hiring all
positions. FT/ PT
applications accepted.
Ap ply in person at The
St. Johns Town Center
behind Wendys.

737 Real Estate

Agent Coordinator
for Local Real Estate Office
Bi. Lingual a plus
Fl. Real Estate Licence Req'd.
Internet Proficient/Data Base
Management
Please fax or e- mail resume
fax:904-288-7993
email: kirw175@kw.com
REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT
Looking for a Keller Williams
Team Leader. Join the faster
growing, 4th largest real
estate co. in N. America.
Strong leadership, mgmt.
& team building skilIs.
Proactive and positive
person $100,000.00 plus
Keller Williams Realty
Strict Confidence
904-465.1848 Email Resume
To: GeneRivers@kw.com
LICENSED R.E. AGENT
WORK AT HOME, INTERNET
BASED BUS., REO LISTINGS
OR PROPERTY MGMT EXP.
LH. MARKS REAL ESTATE 399- 0463

745 Sales


Clearwire
Authorized
Representative
Open House at
Clearwire
9452 Philips Hwy,
#4 Jax, FL 32256
Thursday, May 25th
12-2pm or Friday,
May 26th 7am- 9am.
No Upfront Investment
No Inventory to buy
Training, Marketing
and Merchandizing
Provided. Visit us at
www.clearwire.com
RSVP: Sage Beck
904-482-4475


OFFICE PERSONNEL We are continuing to
Heavy Q-Books Exp expand! We need highly
self-motivated, motivated, enthusiastic
multi-task F/T. individuals to join our
Fax 388-9277. Email team. Immediate open-
pforbes@shawtree.com ings. Eqpt exp a plus, but
will train right person.
RECEPTIONIST / ADMIN Excellent compensation
-for co. between St. packS e.
Aug & Jax. Part/ Full Call 904- 443-2955
time Fax res Fax 904.443-0020
904-687-0153 or email DFWP/EOE
to bmcclure@lslink.com


745 sales

INSIDE SALES
Work at the beach.
Handle inbound sales
from advertising &
create sales with out-
bound calls. Must have
good relationship and
closing skills. Pros-
pecting experience &
customer service is a
must, along with PC
skills and the ability to
work independently.
Earn $65K per year with
proper experience. Fax
resume to 904-241-7333
or email Jennifer at:
jenniferw@desertmirco.net
OUTSIDE SALES.
Great commission.
Must have own vehicle.
Call 10-4. 786- 1727 or
fax resume to 783. 3677.
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783 9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

752 warehouse e

WAREHOUSE WORK
Florioa i-iarware Co.
Distribution needs
Selectors, Loaders &
Receivers. Year round
full time work Good pay
+ hourly incentives.
Drug screen & physical
required. Apply in
person at:
436 Cassat Ave. 32254

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.
Call800.300-.5832

755 Miscellaneous
AQUARIUM
MANUFACTURER
Needs Fabricator
Trainee, full time.
Call 996-9012
BILINGUAL PEOPLE
NEEDED (All languages)
904-565-1205
www.ilsjax.com
CLEANING TECHNICIANS
STANLEY STEEMER.
You will enjoy benefits,
pd vacation, pd training,
retirement & more.
Neat appearance a
must. Valid DL & gd
driving record. Back-
ground & drug test
reqd. Sat. hours
required. Apply In
Person M-F; 10-4
6115 Arlington Expwy.
GROUNDS
MAINTENANCE Summer
help. Exp is a + $8/hr.
Pace Island, OP.
278-6560 for appt.
HOUSEKEEPER
for Ponte Vedra Pre.
school. Great benefits.
include insurance &
401K plan. Call 285-7997
FIBERGLASS INSULATION
INSTALLER TRAINEES
Batts & Blown, Exp
is a plus! FL drivers lic
req'd. FT; great bnfts.
2800 Clydo Rd. 733-9188
JANITORIAL FT/Nights $
PT/Weekends St.
Augustine Rd & 95
area. Ponte Vedra area
PT Evenings 306-0050
MAINTENANCE PERSON
NEEDED. FT, Call or
apply in person
260-9712

NURSERY WORKER
4 I 4 -10 hours wkly.
$8/hour. Experi-
ence desired. Love
of Children Required.
For info.
igattuso@hbpcusa.org
SET/STRIKE CREW F/T
for event company. Dr
Lic req'd, Steady work,
Benefits. Apply in per-
son: PRI Productions
1819 Kings Ave.
398-8179 EOE, DFWP
TERMITE & PEST
CONTROL SERVICE REPS
F/T good pay, benefits.
B & B Exterminating
389-3235
TRAINEES-Start $9/HR;
Excellent pay after
training. D/L reqd
Apply 9020 Cocoa Ave.


755 Miscellaneo
VERECEPTIoNIST
KENNEL STAFF.
experience preferred.
flexible schedule.
Fleming Island area.
Ca 284 0087

WINDOW CLEANERS
High Rise exp. only.
Must have own valid DL.
35% commission per job.
Call 904-786-1727


760 Part-Time

SUPER SUPPERS
is looking for friendly,
outgoing people to
work part time days,
evenings & weekends
Beach Blvd or
Bay meadows locations.
904. 821-4555


830 Child
SCare

4 BIZZY BODIES
24 hrs. Childcare 5min.
from Mayport Base.
Infants and up.
Affordable and dependable.
Call LaKisha 241-9402

876 Painting/
876 Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job 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
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques
4 Antique three
/ piece parlor set
x \I Victorian repro. in
cherry king, queen
chairs, couch $1000.00
OBO $2200 new
622-8391
& Three piece McClen-
Sdon Palor Set. Blue &
t1l Cream floral print on
Cherry wood. Beauti-
ful $1000. OBO 622-8391

902 Appliances

. CHEST FREEZER-
S9.4 c, Kenmore
almost new, white
$100, will transport
282-6466
.4 DISHWASHER-
WHIRLPOOL: $35,
Whirlpool range
$25. Call 728-0101

4, Microwave
Over-the-stove GE
Spacemaker. Black,
30 in. $50 269-1478
4 RANGE WHIRLPOOL
S electric $195.2yrs.
,like new, cash only.
Call 777-6660
anytime
REFRIGERATOR -GE,
side/side, SS, water/
ice in door, $650 obo.
343-8126
REFRIG -G.E. 21.7cf,
cream color, ice maker,
adj shelves, 3yrs old,
$300 282-7504


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902 Appliances
TV 52" RCA
Like New $1200 OBO
904.779 2612 Ivg msg
Washer/Dryer-
Kenmore. Really
good condition.
$280 can deliver
call 994.0100
9, Washer/Dryer-
SKenmore, 3 years
P \u old, 90- series,
super capacity
plus, heavy duty, $300,
Michael 264 2850
b Washbye/ryer-ran
Selectric, $2 each
like new cash only
more info, call 777.6660
anytime
4 WASHER/DRYER-
WHIRLPOOL
L STACKABLE
exc. condo. can
deliver. Call 994-0100.
$400obo
WINDOW AIR
CONDITIONER with
remote control, 12K
BTU. Like NewI 110V.
$125, Call 269-2152
905 Articles
For Sale
SA/C 12K BTU
window unit used only
tt four months paid $300
asking $175. 269-9542
AQUARIUM -55 gal,
stand, accessories,
$350, Call 654-8090
Baby Furniture
4 Gently used 3. n-1
I Geeconvert, crib,
pack'n play, high
chair, swing, rocker &
ottoman $650 220-2908
-2 BABY STROLLER
w/carrier and car
Amount, portable play
pen, white bassenet,
baby bouncer. All for $145.
8684644/ 693-2574
4. BIKE. Little Tykes
Sbike trailer, con-
S verst to push
Sbuggy seats, 2 very
durav e, good condi-
tion asking $50 395-2653
SBCAT/CAR SHED
12'x30'. Covered
two sides and
back. 12' peak.
Tarp 24' x30' new.
2646814
., BOOKS- Left behind
I series, set of
k I f twelve books,
excellent condi-
tion, $30, 904-781-7076
CAR TOPPER-
Sears hard shell
car topper. Great
for extra storage
on trips. $30.
912.-673.-7565
A, Casio CAllO Elec-
Stronic Keyboard
$25. Call 249.1666
SEntertainment
Center-$75. 25in.
color tv, $125
large rug, $100,
microwave $25. Patio set,
$35. Call 777-5856
4. EXERCISE BIKE,
$40\Sofas, $100ea.
computer desk,
$40, entertainment
center. Holds 32" TV,
$100 call 645. 0630
Generator Brand new,
still in plastic TG 5500-
GR Diesel Titan Indus-
trial Retail $5700 Sell-
ing $2000 OBO 571-2633
4, GE Washer and
Dryer. Good con-
S dition; $200. Sealy
Full Matress/ Box
set. $250 to see call
881-2559 In.
Golf bag new
.$35.00.264-6652

4 GRILL-FIESFA GAS
GRILL Brand New.
35K BTU, gas grill.
S Call Kim 778.2464
or 904-235-9658
4,HNot Tub Cover
|70"x76" New condi
tion $350 obo
912 -882 -0734 Lv
msg
Jacuzzi Hot Tub/FREE!
4 person, free to anyone
who will come & get it.
Some disassembly req'd.
Everything works except
for the heater. 247.8593.
4 JEEP- Boys ride-
/ able jeep $45
Child's train rie
Stable with all trains
tracks storage bins,
$55,213-9590
& KEYBOARD-
Cassio Callo, $25. 2
S twin mattress &
box spring sets,
$50 ea. 249-1666
& McDonald's Happy
Meal 101
Dalmations, $60,
904*781-7076
SMENS SET GOLF
CLUBS- VERY NICE
FATHER'S DAY
GIFT. OFFER
AROUND $100. 317-6618
DAYS (9:30A-5P) AND
WEEKENDS
4 Open Top
Baby Swing
and 2 baby activity
gyms. $25, for it all,
904- 294. 0250 ask for Casey,
A4 POOL Tble- 7 ft.
p n ool hall style pool
Table, asking $700.
call 619-0052
POOL Tble- 7 ft.
I ool hall style pool
S| Table, asking $700.
call 619.0052
4 PUNCH BOWL SET
S22 cup. Crystal.
k 1 Perfect condition!
$40. 912-510-6522
St Marys. Great Price for
this original. Beautiful
Bowl!
4, Radial 10" arm-saw,
$150.12volt,
S emergency light.
$75, woodeater,
$60, vehicle, ramps, $50,
vehicle, hitch platform,
$60.904.272-7352
4 RHODE GEAR
BICYCLE CARRIER
S very good condition,
$35. Holds 2 full size
bikes. Call 221.4426
& TONY BOSELLI-
Full size card-
board, stand- up.
Jaguars First
Player Drafted,
$95,268-2482
4 TREADMILL
T REEBOK VISTA-
< | f with TV. You Must
See to Believe. Call
Kim at 904-778-2464 or
904 23539658
4$ WATER HEATER-
SOLAR, $100
call Steve after
6pm, for details,
81936859
WEDDING GOWN -Cam
elot Style, sz 18, chiffon
with empire waist,
worn once, lyr old,
under garments with
skirt incld. $400 Call to
see 866-8442
WHEEL & TIRES (4) for
'06 Dodge Dakota.
P255/65R16. 145mi.
$500. 904-261-2225

920 Business/

Lots of Laterals !!
2 Drawer, 3 Drawer & 5 Drawer
Only $50 Per Drawer
Gator Office Furniture
(904)724-6400
STORE CLOSING 'Selling
Fixtures (shelves, slat-
wall, etc.) 213-0275

922 Collectables
-'^ & Jewelry


S20 -Franc Brilliant
uncirculated gold
rooster coins,
1906-1914. $199 ea.
269-1478
4 SILVER BARS (1 oz)
| adn rounds, $14.
Soz bar $70, lOoz bars
$149. Uncirculated
Silver Eagles, $18+.
904 269.1478

928 Electronics
/ Car Subwoofer and
S Amp 10" sub in
t1 I tube. No box
needed. Crossfire
70Wx2 amp. Excellent
condition $95882-5267
TELEPHONE. AT&T
Cordless 5.8 GHZ. Tal-
m ion caller I.D, call
waiting with answer-
ing system. Great condi-
tion, $40,268.2482
TV, RCA, 14 in., flat
Screen tube type. side
4 and rear. A/V with
remote. Great cond.
$65,268-2482
S TV-60in. Zenith
. console, yr. 2000,
Picture very nice.
$500, 372-9335 cell
504-5594 after 4pm.


945 Garage
Sales
ARL/SAT. 8-3pm. Old
iron beds. ent. ctr, new
dbl sink & bath cab.
cast iron antiq's, end
tblhis & much more.
6814 Hermitage Rd.
4. BONAPARTE
T CROSSING- Com-
S| muniUty garage
sale. May 6 & 7,
from 8-2 on Starrett
Rd. next to first coast
High School
4 FERNINDINA BCH
SFlora Parke Mov-
'.I ing Sale- furniture,
Stv s, and lots more.
9-1, Sat-Sun, 5/6-7.
31181 Grassy Parke Dr.
ICW -12759 Turtle Lake
Ln. Saturday
8am-lpm.
Q KINGLSAND, GA
SBIG YARD SALE, 6/3
8-7. antiques, furni-
ture, crystal, clocks,
books, lamps, glassware,
china, flatware. FOLLOW
SIGNS
N'SIDE 3 families Fri/Sat
8.5p. 2224 Newberry Rd.
W/D, well pumps,HH etc
N'S Indoor Moving Sale
All must go 443 W 59th St
Fri & Sat 338- 8445 for
details/directions.
OP/MOVING SALE
32" TV, furn, etc. Fri/Sat
8-4p. 1126 Willow Lane.
OP EAGLE HARBOR
Timberwood
Multi Family Moving Sale
LOTS OF STUFF
1736 Horizon Ct. Sat 8-?
ORTEGA MULTI-FAMILY
SALE, Sat. 8.3pm. Entire
block of Milam Rd.
4. ORTEGA -ONGOING
S8358 STELUNG DR.S
I Queen bdrm set,
living rm set TVs,
DVDs, VCRS, whirlpool,
washer/dryer.
904 772-7795/803-6617
W'side 2 Family Sale Fri,
Sat 8-2; 1073 Fountain
Rd. +sz ciths, lots more
SW'S- MAY 7 10-2
8358 Stelling Drive
| 5. Call 803.6617
for info.
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
Q95 Garden/
U950 Lawn
John Deere 1800/Sprayer
Great Condition, 1860 hrs.
Won't last @a $4,300.00
Matt 334-9516
Lawn Mower, MTD.
Shp, bagger,
lself-propeled, $80.
Gas. Trimmer, $25,
Toto Lawn Mower, $150
call 268.1384
Murray Riding
Mower w/bagger
l 17Hp-Twin 42" cut
excellent cond.
$650.00 272-2067
RIDING MOWER, Like new
only ly/o. 30" Elect.
start, 10.Shp, $500firm.
735-0399
SNOWBEAR UTILITY TRLR
Pd $600, Sell for $350
Cash firm. 904 502- 0414
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAP! Private indi-
vidual 904-334-8731
955 Household
9 Furniture

SBaby Crib Solid
Oak $150. Toys, girls,
1 toddler, clothes, lots
of baby items.
277-1634. oceanl616@)
wmconnect.com for pics
BATH-Crib, solid
oak $150, toys,
girls, toddler
clothes, lots of
baby stuff. 277-1634,
oceanl616i
comconnect.com
for pics
Bdrm Set- 5 pc set.
Oak veneer,
headboard
dresser, night
stands, and armoire,
$300 for all. 287-9159
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904) 674-0405
Bed $100 lavail
Brand name QN SET,
new. Can del. 858-9350
BED $105. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic 391-1105 can del
BED $140 QN PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New, Can Deliver
(904)674 0405
BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kings from $599
(904)674-0405
BED $379 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic w/
warr 398-5200 can deliv
BED A Brand Name $185
King Set. NEW w/warr
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED Brand name Kg pill
topSET. $299. New, w/
warr. Can del.'391-0015
r. BEDROOM SET- 4
piece set, Queen

| mattress, box-
spring, mirror,
dresser night stand,
medium oak,
contemporary style, $900
obo,491 7996

[Bedroom 4Pc Set $29S
HUGE Tent Sale!
This Week ONLY!
Prints From $29
14 Drawer Chests Frm$79 I
Sofas & Chair $2981
13 Rml8Pc Condo Pk
Assorted Nt Stands $39 m
3PcSealyQnBed 1199
25"ColorTV's From $99 |
COURT CLEARANCE
S(904S396-9000
t BED-single, mat-
tress box springs,


BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395. 858-9350 Can deliv
BUNKBEDS-TWIN.
Red/brown, only
had for 6 months,
w/ 1 matt. $300.
Call 779 1251
4, CHINA-cabinet,
country style,
excellent condi-
tion, $110 obo,
912- 882-1052
4, COFFE TABLE
Green marble,
excellent condi-
tion, $75. 904 261-8673
S COUCH-i ft.,
brown
'1|7 leather-look, nail
head perfect for
office, $50 obo, baby
jump- a roo, $25, Guitar
$200, high chair,
$7,476- 7694
DAYBED pulls out to full sz
bed, wrought iron, $200 obo
Call 288-7977
DESK/Large $1000 &
Chip. n. dale chair $200,
end tble/breakfast tble
$750.All Baker Historic
Charleston collection
$1200. 904-635-7394
SDining Rm Set
Oak, $400, coffee
table, $75, love seat,
250. Antiqlue chairs,
$100 ea" vanity/desk chair,
$55. 904 -260-6187


4, DINING ROOM TABLE
w/6 chairs andlighted
kL China Cabinet (oak)
$690. Ent. Snter solid
oak $490.718-6314
DINING RM SET
Contemporary, like
S new, $1200, ent cntr,
$1000, flowered sofa,
$200. 541-0313/ 651-9302
Dining Set
| beautiful honey, oak,
k w/2 leaves, 6 chairs
matching buffet and
hutch, lots of other items.
904 -230 -8445
ENT. CNTER. Solid oak.
S Up to 36" TV, good
k, I condition, 60" x53"
$150.278-4385
SEntertainment
Center- solid wood,
kt 3 pcs., 8.5ft. two
lighted glass
cabinetry, lighted.
desk/bar V.G.C $600 call
904-261-8673
4, MATTRESS-queen
Spillow-top mat-
I tress an box.
lMoving to Chicago
sale. $175 obo, call
860 857-3126 or
864 325 4560. Like New!
4, MAYTECH
COMPUTER with
monitor, speakers,
keyboard, & epson
styles printer w/ desk, $500.
Simmons Beautyrest
Queensz set, $300. 221-7323


955 Household 1010 Pets& 1300 Motorcycles
955 Furniture A Supplies 1300 ____-_-- _-
IE 1 Honda Elite Motor
-, Nightstands, $25 ea JACK RUSSELL PUPS, CKC Scooter Blue
T Dachelorchest, $300. DO.B. 4/5/06. 5700mi, excellent
$35.ightoak, Tails cut, dewclaws cond,$850,
excellent condition. removed. 904-376-5050 272 2067
Linda. 783 0197 or 376-5075
n UEN SZ ED- Lab pupples AKC, black, HONDA SHADOW
T resser, mirror, 9w&ksold,HC.,Playful/ 1100CC 1997
Snigsnd at- lovable. POP $300 Custom black paint
tress, boxsprings, 904 349 3210 w/purple shadow
rails, headboard, LAB PUPS, AKC, vetcert, flames. many extras
footboard, oak con- SPOP, S/W born 3/11 -Cobra 2" drag pipes
temporary Amelia chpp borne3/11, with jetted for carbu-
Island 60.491-799 champ pedigree hoc retors, Cobralug-
M, lyel M$400 333.1377 gage rack, Honda
SOFA- $50. Blue LABPUPS, AKC,5M/4F saddle bags. Mem-
with plae pink, Ch. bldline yellow, read phis slim windshield
smaflower 6/17.$450.904-716-302 and mounting kit,
design.-Three custom driver, pas-
cushion. Two pillows, LABRADOODLES healthy singer padded seats,
pretty, but worn some. top quality, pups Shed custom chrome and
912.510&6522 lessS450up 706.556-0504 padded sissy bar.
Cobra luggage rack
SOFA BED $275; Secty PetSafe Wireless Fence with trave pack, cus-
desk$60; W/D$125set; up to 180'diameter new tom chrome rear
904 363-1812 $250. Call 904-821-5180 shocks, throttle lock
cruise control. The
SOFA/CHAIRw/ PIT BULL PUPS/BLUE bike has lots of
SOttoman Italian ADBA, liter of blues & chrome clutch radia-
\J I leather imported Iliter of choc. Go to: tor, tag, signal light,
off white excellent www.muscleheadpitts.com reservoir cable shift
condition, $1000 obo, or call 904 509.3498 peg covers and other
call 904 291-4142 after accent chrome. Plus,
5pm PIT BULL -choc red nose, custom sardine pilot
2 left $250ea. Beautiful, and passenger foor
SSOFA dining room pure bred, 993- 0496 pegs and cup holder.
table,&chairs,
Coffee maker, Pit Bull, Blue Nose STUD Garage Kept
microtekscan- needs mate. 1251bs 32,478 miles
maker, argue wood w/papers 904 759-7149 Call 904294-6223
framed mirror, vacuum $4,995 050
call 904- 777 6684 PITT BULL PUPPIES This Honda can be
3/4 FOR SALE Tseenonlineat
SOFA & LOVESEAT, used dewormed w/ shots. seen online at
green leather, $300obo. Call John or Juanita at fi.ic-
Travis at 904 626-9289 904-891.7839 or 891-9520 hiE cy9clMsavi
call b/t 8am-5pm
a.l lO tional POMERANIAN PUPS CKC A KAWASAKI
SsOFA- sectiona 2 males, health cert. LXR-1100, 2000,
sofa, blue/reen $450. Call 904-859 4310 manu upgrades,
color, 2 recmers, -It better than new,
pull down table, POMERANIANS, CKC, 1st garage kept, must see!
queen size sleeper, 9 ff shots, SF/1M, price grg. kbo,Caml 2421398
x lift, V.G.C., $500, reduced 904. 477 5485 990 oboca 241139
904-261-8673 SUZUKI BOULEVARD
POODLES TOY- AKC CRUISER LTD -'05, red,
S TABLE. 3 piece 1/F T. cup $1000. only 600 mi. 269-4618
glass table set, 1/M Toy $700. 334-4058
nt includes coffee plumprettypoodles.com Q. SUZUKI KATANA
table and 2 end 04'. 600
tables, $250 PUG Puppy (Paco) Born I 8200 miles, $500 in
Michael264,2850 10-17-05 Shots up to W accessories
date! Potty Trained! included. Excellent
TABLE- Beautiful Wonderful around kids, condition, $4400 obo,
S formal wood & doesn't bark or wine, call 904874-4844
\ vj glass dining table knows how to Sit & c d 048,
and china carpet Stay he has a Bed & WANTED: 1960's-70's
with 2 extraleafo for Blac Wire Kennel Ja anese Motorcycles
table. $1500. 249-1666 has Registered Papers. Cas buyer. 231-499-9965
STABLE- glass din- S m Can'ttake him Yamaha 1100 Cs-
with me. Asking $700t n tom,s15Cdegree
- / ning rm table set, oBO. Call (904)755 5884. Chopper Rake,
Sincludes table, and Lowered rear bas
S 4 chairs. $350 ROTTWEILER Lowered rear bags,
Michael 264 2850 POP, 4M/,2F, $550. custom paint and boyl
TABLE- solid oak, papers, 9045350094 modifications, 3k miexcellents,
oval banquet table a Schnauzer mini condition, $8500 obo,
47 & 10 chairs. AKC, all shots, 904 264 7173 or
$1850 cash & carry. i health certificate, 6 904-2694881
Beautifull912-729-7307 mo. house broken, Yamaha YZ 250
pick of litter, $700 obo, hours; owner
SVacuum Cleaner 904463-2254/ transferred. Mus
S$50, Rocker Bent- 902139941 aSell d $2100 obo
V|f wood $125, 32"x8' -3M,41 Se,, $1300 oho,
entry door $50 roll- SHIH-TZU -3M, 1 F, 912.573-3161
top desk 'N/swivel chair when you've seen the
$475 Bed frames rest, come see the best. A odt
264-6814 Diana 297-7745 1310 Ato Parrts
SILKY TERRIER -with
960 Machinery papers, less than lyr, 5)33" BFG Mud Terrains
& Tools M, $600 778-1999 for 15" rims. w/ony 5K
960 kwTosols 136007Dmi reg $1200 only $550.
YORKIE PUPPIES AKC, 904406-2698, 42218657
CONTRACTOR GOING health cert, M & F $700.
OUT OF BUSINESS 904-445-8127 4 5 BFG MUD TERRAINS
-Tools, PP4's/ 6's, 6" CAF- ( 5)F33in.withonlySK
redheads, 4x4 base YORKIES AKC ADORABLE Lmiles, reg. $1200+only
plates, 440 z's & 2" iFem, IMale, $1000each $550.Call4062698/
washers, tiedeck, 12d w/shots, 904-502-9891 422.8657/542-2302x513.
handrive nails, 5 rim
291-8227
291-8227. Blue-Ox baseplate
Musical / f and driveshaft
F Musical s disconnect with
970 Merchandise/ driveshaft for
Services Blazer 97-03 auto
^~________ __ *transmission, $300 obo,
valued, $1300. 282-6466
Drum Sets (150) $149 anUp -ran
New Spc & hdwr $349 300 TransporNtaon BOAT'CAR SHED
Guitars $49Up 387.6527 12' 30o covered two
f 1 l, ,rn AA sides & back. 12'peak
sale. Comes with 1205BahaB, rur. 264-6814.
case, pedals, 2 12105 3iD'-: 264-6814
S amps, and cables. 1215 Bialt Ed wi. _qI i. BOAr CAR SHED
Call and make an offer. Rnl:a- 12'x30'covered
860-857-3126n dnlrrpmtwo sides and back
860-857-3126 r E,,,mnr12' peak tarp,
9 PIANO-Antique Kt.,, -upI i 24'x30' new. 542 2127
T upright mirror, 1230 R V' 4 -r,d. uppNi
I W back with stoolr 123SRV BRr, t'I DUNLOP LOW
very good condi- 1300 r.,,r l 'r,. PROFILE TIRE
tion, $700 obo, 205 40Z. R17 80W. SP
912 882-1305 7I73 5p-LFTM .Slet
980 Sporting 1315 i ,r. 'Lea 44 25030 764
Goods 1320 r,tciue I-,, r Ford Bronco
151325 uti--mhie _wheels, lug 15Wx7.5
BOWFLEX ULTIMATE 2 1335 mi r L- r .I alloy in good condi-
N D" tion. Sit of four.
W/1AB attachment. Only. 4Tru: TraI.-r 7 o. l306
3 months new paid 71-17250 10U 7364
$2,299+ $150 for AB '. Four 168 Alloy
attachment you save 1i345 v. u Rms 'n
$1,050! Sell for $1,400! 1350L!.lc Aui, 1. I3,...%,. 5 r
Includes delivery and 3 ui, Tmur n I L T ,'-.
professional setup Wnhi.d -. .m S .:. D ,. -o
04-230-9229 3__ 13i(,:.1-' 55"CT.-r.. 3"')
SGOLFCLUBS- set ..,--:. 4122 l 1i
men's golf clubs. 1205 oa MAZDA MILLENIA
oReasonable offer. Z0 l b. MAZDA A MiLLENIA
-It -Reas Dabler1 95" rims. 5 spokes.
10a-5:30p. MoThu'r. Propeller- for s lo obo.'call
Nights lOp 2 Mercury, Mariner aiter 4pm. Iv msg.
C E and others. Fits 18 542 0719 x 220
s GOLF CLUBS h Ip plus. Never
Used, masterfit, installed. S50 firm. SEARS X CARGO
4 114-AW, $75. Hogan 904-264-6054 after 4 CARRIER $40 obo.
Edge, 1,3. PW $90, \/ call after 4pm.
Millenium 2000 over- LET US i37i 0630 Iv msg.
size 4 PW, $75,220-0340 SELL YOUR BOAT
Saler Marine SPARE TIRE and
HUNTING LEASE BY Specialists Inc. 904-284-0155 WHEEL for 1986
OWNER -890 Acres peatn.g4-8-015 Volvo 240 sz 175 80
Between Brunswick Baha Cruiser 02' D 14. Never on
and Jesup Ga, on Hwy T 257 walk around. Ground $70, 268 2482
341. Just over lhr from -I 5.71 meicru'ier 1 0 TIRESOF.g-
Jax. $9500/yr. Looking loaded withhailer. TIRES J T A u- ,
for small club who will Movin Norh. 35Kobo. Tr T A r.rr,. LT
take good care of propN 651 9 02 541 0313 5,r, R ... r
erty. 386-328-6969 659325103- R6 E.r
Starcraft f. Kayak 11 Ft. Old Town TUNDRA 05' (4)
Stsrcraft Castaway with paddle.IisTiRAS5'(4)
aluminum fishing -b-.,- a: .r-. tr. n.i, T. rims tirs.77 755 16.
boat on like new L,- ,,;?- .300 obo. call aft,,er.
galvanized trailer to,-,, 5- -r, T' -- 4pm. 317 0630 Iv msg.
garage kept. In good ...._____ ___
condition, $1000. Call 16fH LOWE JON 2 nliu-
241-1398 boat. 1985. long 1320 "le
t railer. 75 hp, Clas'ics
99o Wanted ToEvinrude,1983
990 rTr KSOHP Johnson. Minn CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
Buy Or Trade Kota. 565, all $2000 obo, ..-*BROUGHAM-*.
742-3525 744-1794
4, CLAWFOOTBATH 18.8- VIP STEALTH 01 $ 0 AS
TUB- must be re- a CC. Bimini top, $800CASH
k isonably priced and Em I,)'l ,Tr',-- Or $700 & you buy battery
Call 282-4095 AWH -n1< :r.r--c S -E rr 1976 hu,
INSTRUMENTS _,,,;, 1 u'7 -19 r ,,,,
S Local music teacher 19' Trophy '02CC.Filh -:-r cr : ,ir,, g ro ,- c.r,,:
S seeking pianos and / FinderGPS ..,,,, .;. [ .' rur.i r,:,: ..' .o- -
ke y b o a rd s for stu- \ :.: c-,t r.1. ,-'.,, -'- --[ ,'t3 -r ,,r ,n p -,1li _C
dents. Must be reasonably ,-,.r, r,, Don't let this deal (or
priced. Contact Lisa; r .; ', ,-,E,-. car) rust away.
912-576-3773 ",:, -*i 772*06* '"T:;--
i unrunne0f Seamy 5.71 CHEVY CORVETTE. -'79,
350 Ingro oul- 1 92f0'' n.
board. S5000 obo. -,r
904 710 3470 777-6829 904-5812102
fog 25 Ar UA. OR>T -0i 1 W Corvette 1980,
25 AUASPORT 0WAC black. 350 at. S4000
Pets and I..r, 904 695 0681,
Animals 2, -24 2- .' 0, -'7 Foid Mustang 1966, 9r+m
Animals JET SKI 92' ,.-, muiS _-i ,
1005Livestock& amahaWave ..:,-,, I ii ;2 r-J -l..
Supplies X.kf/Runner III. new engine,-
1010 Pets and Supplies trailer included. Laria Ranger XLT
call 912 882 6444 .T 350 1979,460
I eng. al ps, pb,
WANTED! L single cab, 2 wheel
______________ ,_ "r-- r,-.,-r-,r_:, A T.-3.'-,r drive. Good work Iruck.
1 oo5 Livestock T,-,7']' *.,-'C.:....J.:'' $1500 obo, 294-8186
a & Supplies WEEKS PARINE 387. 1440 1325 u,,,mniit
WESTSIDE BARN A 5acre qq "g- fl A,., &
for rent Lights&water 1230 Sulppllies ACURA 3.2 TL'0

101 Pets & 2005 Luxury Design 42' TOM B-USH SU-OPLES 1;l 1871
1010 Supplies i,,-it, L,, _.r.-,ACURAR,.
BASSET HOUND PUPS, 28 WINNEBAGO "74 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
AKC, ready to go. $250 w generator. s2000 998-00J2

BOSTON TERRIERS Swks, 28 WINNEBAGO -74 ACUR RS' X LP'02 '
Cash. 998-8640/751-0333 9 T;0,1 GORDON CHEVROLET
BOXER PUPS AKC 3M/ SF AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
Fawn w/black mask MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS ACURA RSX '02
splash of whtKingsland ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES 'nsr::'-6 nJ "':
GA.$600. 888 837.7735 ,-,i -en ,,:. pin- IOU BUSH AUIOPLEI 11i.4l7
BOXERS PUPS AKC, fawn ,L.n,:r uSl ,n- ,_:r, 4AU Ti05
POP, $600 cash. Call t 80 1.i. 439 l u p,.r-,,,r.,.C T ,L ,
904"962"9518 or 641-5394 1800 54u1u6439 k fur- r.2,.I3fl
SCAT-Free 4 yr old lCOACHMAN CAT- u '
m al-e a declawed, .1 ALINA lite lully LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
n uet ere nelaweds '1 loaded, double and 998-0012
S o nuetered, needs 6. bunk beds, sleeps A
Sgood adult home. 6. a c, heal. stove, ACURA TL OS
Rescueuepls.Cail shower, S9500.485 0013 I.,,. .1; full,
904-529-7895 ejutom, FF $I]'7.ul
CHIHUAHUAS pups short DUTCHMAN FIFTH LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
& Long Hair S/W mT. WHEEL TRAILER 998-0012
$450-$500 ea Cash 'L BUNKHSE ED. 02'
only. 904-757-8567 2at long cable, call 264 -6219 #7" ACURA TSX -04
CHIHUAHUA $350. Poms Ior moir into. ,leeps a 4r,,teh Ia,
$425 Peke-Shitzu $250. Mallard Sprinter 27' 1992 S~t 9f."
ALL CKC 904- 449 -8882 ii -,-,- .. rru:r : LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
-J -..: -.-:.', -"'J i CI, "-- 998-0012
COCKER PUPS, Chmp
sire, AKC, POP ,current NAVION -23 2006, AUDI A4 SEDAN -03
eye exams, Slvr, Buff, Dodge diesel engine 9,0b,)rn--,. $2.r.l,-
$250. 384.4355/868.7591 Must Sell! 904.220-6964 _--y -^ 1 in,. .'r.I


COCKER SPANIELS pups, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
AKC, all shots/ HC, fem 1300 olorec(les 998-0012

pCOCK o AN EL55 ATC 2005 20 cc $ -2l. rO
-pups, AKC, M, $300, reverse four stroke
912-882-1253 r less than n0 hrs SONVILLE 998-0012
Cocker Spaniel, choc. $1500.00 firm 622-8391 0 AUDITTCONVT.
pup, lover 448-5583 ATCAMOCOZOR 02. cr,. 23.,,u
djantsch@aol.com pics i 2005.250cc.5-speed. rrmi., 23.99.?
COCKER SPANIEL PUPS Itrans four cycle. le-s LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
choc, 6F/3M, POP- AKC, hat i0hrs.. reduced 998-0012
AvI 7/10. $450. 704.6377 ;1500 firm or trade.
P -C 622 8191 BMW 3251 '06. Lt? e
DACHSHUND PUPS -AKC, C Lumma 13992 new ony 3000
10wks, s/w, hc, $350 4 Chevy Lumia 1992 ,new nnJy3y
259-3611 i good condition ,Tii,- C1-.2.J!iI
I a M runs excellent new LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Dachshund Mini Pups tires $1200 carlos 998-0012
AKC, Males HC, micro- 591-4183
chip. $450 -'$500 cash / BMW 330CIC Conv.
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON '0L3.,r40 1--.
904-449-4267.03' softail deuce, 03. A ri Pul:
DACHSHUND PUPS, Mini 'LJ) excellent condi- *0. tuli luPFpo,
LH CKC, $400. Rare tiger tion 3400mi, quick $35,995
brindle, 904 777 3988 release leather bags, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
garage kept, $15,500 998-0012
Free Angora Cat to good Michael 542 9670(w)
home fem grey/ white, 264 2850(h) BMW 330i Sedan
4yrs., pref. home w/o
other cats. Kittens 3M, Harley FXR Custom 05. u 3,f,
1F, 8 wks old, adorable i 1984,18,200 miles, 31..i1.9n'
& unique. Call 786-0140 < lowered, drag bars, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
serious inquiries Iv msg drag pipes, S&S 998-0012
Carb, extras, $8K obo.
Free German Shep 904-249-1710 BMW Z3 98, .r.,,r, i,--
Puppies loaded, beautiful,
S | No papers 9517 1 Honda 1300C 2004, $11,500neg. 904-273-0440
Commonwealth m 5000 mi Vance
Ave. 783-3284 /Hines. Exhasut lots BUICK 2002
of extras2yrs fac- Redezvous. Very
Italian Greyhound pups. tory warranty/services J| clean. Excellent
Beautiful purebred, remaining $10500. condition, $10K obo,
F/$900- M/$750. 766-4631 553-3249 or 771-2442 882.8853


1325 Automotive
y BMW Z4 3.0 '06
Only 400 miles.
$35,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BUICK REGAL '89
2DR Look & Runs Great
$790
(904) 645-3606
('CADILLAC DEVILLE
S'04. Pearl white.
Beautiful. $19,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC DEVILLE '03
Stk#G180 $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC SEVILLE '01
Stk#F753 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
, CADILLAC CTS '03
Pearl white/tan,
navigation $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV CAVALIER '01
AUTO, 4DR, $6,288
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA '05S
Stk#F836 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET CAVALIER '02
Stk#G053 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '01
Stk#G167 $9,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
/8- CHEVROLET
S CORVETTE '03
40th Anniversary
Convertible. speed
$31,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4 Chevy Silverado 03'
S3500 all power,
t excellent condition,
54 K, v8, 8.11., $19K,
882-3679 or 674-8731
/y iCHRYSLER PT LTD
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
DODGE MAGNUM RT '05
Stk#F818 $28,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.-4877
DODGE NEON '04
R/T Stk#5615A $11,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4, DODGE NEON 2001
S. runs great, a/c works,
Good on gas, $3500
obo, 6261104/
406-2539
DODGE STRATUS SXT '06
Low miles, loaded
immaculate must sell
$11,975. Call 389.7700
& Firebird 84'V6, AT:
S both recently
t rebuilt. Stock &
98 honeycomb
wheels, extra hatch-
back, turbo hood, 1987
nose. 772-9306
FORD ESCORT 97'.
Sport, great MPG,
Sspd, cold a/c, 138k
miles, black ext,
tan int, call Erick _@
912.882.-5646, $1000 obo


Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, May 25, 2006


1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Autc
FORD EXPLORER SPORT HONDA ACCORD MERCEDES C 240, PO
TRAC XLT'05. Loaded, EX V6 '05 03' Platinum w/ 1 TRAN
outstanding cond, pirced 18K miles. $21,400 ll silver interior and Fl new tra
right $19,475 3897700oodrain. Fully and
ght$19,475. 38 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE loaded $24,600 obo paperwork, i
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02 998-0012 Warranty Available, 50K tops, spd
Stk#G020 $9988 H 9 miles,904-505-4780 sell 9046
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 a Honda Civic 94 2
S dr, hatchback MERCEDES SL.500 99 SATURN L
FORD FOCUS '03 t1) excellent gas black, 55K mi. $31,000 St#BUCG01
Red, Grey Interior, Clean mileage, 30MPG, OBO. 904472.3542 TOM BUSH AUTOP
Good for Small Family, condition, 13s 2695460 MERCURY GR MARQ '04
Only 31K Miles #2870E Stk#733 $12,988 SATURN S
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323. 5795 HONDA CIVIC EX '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877 Stk#FB83 $
Stk#G023 $15,988 TOM BUSH AUTO
FORD MUSTANG TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-48T77 /Z MERCURY SABLE
GT Convertible, 96'. S '03. Leather, CD SATURN SL2 '
S blue w/black top HONDA CIVIC LX '06 Beautiful $11,890 5spd, CD, v
loaded, $6500, Stk#9236B $19,988 $3300B. 703
718-6314 or 716-8223 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD TARUS SEL'05 HONDA CIVIC '04.2dr. 998-0012TOYOT
Stk#032 $13,988 immaculate cond, low MINI BLUE '02 %_fc/ XLS '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPL.EX 371-4877 miles, priced to sell very WITH WHITE TOP GRAY miles
quick $12,975. 389-7700 INTERIOR 6SPD 19K LEXUS OF JAC
FORD TARUS '03 MILES $18,900 #2841 98
Stk#G034 $9988 HYUNDAI TIBURON '05 ASH TISDELLE 800- 323-5795 998-0
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 37114877 Stk#F937 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLX 371-4877TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Mitsubishi Lancer -03 TOYOTA CA
FORD TAURUS '06 54K mi, extended war- Stk#G104A
Fully loaded. $275/mo. HYUNDAI XG350 '03 ranty, $9500. 334-1478 TOM BUSH AUT01
WAC. $200 dn + tax, tag. Stk#G041 $14,988
Call 389 7700 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 ECMITSUBISHI To
FORD T-BIRD '97 INFINITI1130 '97 'tI7 59k mIles, car in exceih
Stk#BUCG171A $5788 Stk#BUCF923A$5,988 good condition,
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 skievngl mod toes. 8036617.83
asking $12,50 or best Drives Jacl
.INFINITm IG35 offer. 912-8824035 32244 t
Stk#F787 $27,988 Mitsubishi Eclipse
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Spyder GS 1999 TOYOTA
l t INFINITI 035 convertible, 99k T CE 05'. C
SINFINITIG35 miles, 2nd owner, automa
-n ISEDAN '03. Only new top, new tires, disc. c
29,000 miles, awesome $7200 obo, trol power I
SBeautiful! $21,995 386-8154 excelled
Stxx would like to LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE MITU LANCER 803
Invite all friends and 998-0012 Stk#F765 $12,988
customers to stop by INFINm G35 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOYOTA CA
or call him.. % 1 SEDAN '04 Mustang 90' Easy Miles
Bring in this ad Champagne/tan 9- spd, bluew/white #292
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE with performance
Military and First Time XUS O KSNVLE parts,$6K call Garrett, TOYOTA MA
Buyers 998-0012904 -415-1253 Save gas $$.
Welcome! JAGUARXKR0 Coupe, NISSAN350Conv $239au, w
Low mi, Super Charged, NS S oZuCon $239/mo.Ci
Want to be treated I safe in trunk. Custom '04Touring.Only
llke family,ometo bk rims, beautiful! 17,OOO mi.$34,995 TOVOT
NIMNICHT $45,000080 537a1988 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TGotId, 4
CHEVROLET I JEEP CHEROKEE 91 998-0012 Imatic p
8E91-81672LTM brake
1550 CASSAT AVE I l areowhite,pwr 1 cd/amrs/
891-8672 T winAows/doorPs, 05. Leather, CD, bags, ABS
387-4041 auto, fm/am cass., air roof. $19,780 cruise co
2-300 cond, new shocks, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE PROBLEMS
210-3004 S2SOO,7441794/ 998-0012 MOVINGI 90
742-3525
SKeystone Cabana lft NISSAN ALTIMA '02 TOYOT,
STrave Trailer sle49s8 O NSt#G050 $14,988A l 01' loS
LTE 3r oAldexnLEd6S TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877,
.,roegood gi
htweghteasy to tow NISSAN MAXIMA '03 $11K obo, ca
___ Lightweight easy to tow stk#G093 $17,988
LEXUS IS300 '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOYOTA SCI
HONDA ACCORD LX 05 Stk#F759 $24, 988 Black A cSer
Stk#744B $18,988 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Pace Arrow 36'. spoiler, wh
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Class 'A' Motor- savethc
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01 home, 1984.55k $269/mo.
HONDA ACCORD EX '04 EXECUTIVE $12,900 R miles, new tires,
tk#G1OM0BUSH O $2T,988 GORDON CHEVROLET 0Skw. Onan Gen, 454 TOYOTA SOL
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 314877 904-272-2200 owner. $70obo, call TOM BUSH AUTO
/7 HONDA ACCORD LINCOLN TOWN CAR '03 BErick )912-882-5646
SEX '05. Leather, Stk#2173D $14,988 PONTIAC GRAND AM '04 VOLKSWAGEN
V6, CD. $21,980 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 4DR, PS, PL, PM, PW, CC Grey/Grey,a
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLLE $13,550 Clean Car. I
998-0012 MAZDA MIATA '01 GORDON CHEVROLET ASH TD$15,495Li
(P Extra low miles. 904-272-2200 AshTisdelle8
4 HONDA ACCORD 99' Beautiful! $12,480
i LX.Exc.cond. 111k LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE PONTIAC GRAND AM '02 (7 i VOLI
I miles, good ac, 998-0012 Stk#F983 $9,588 \F PASS.
$4900. Call 9AA8-01 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 4motio
287-9159, Iv msg. MAZDA RX8 '04.Low mLoesw
HONDA ACCORD EX '05 miles, sporty, full war- PONTIAC SUNFIRE miles.
stk#337tC $21,988 ranty $249/mo. 3347253 Low mi, AT, AC excel- LEXUSOFJA(
lent cond. Can finance 998-
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 (7\ MAZDA RX8 '04 w/$400 down. 389.7700
HONDA CIVIC LX'03 Leahter CD, priced PORSCHE BOXSTER-00. VOLKSWAGE
4DR, PWLKS $12,900 to sell. $19,980 PORSCHE BOXSTER-nd 53K. & Economicr, Grey,
GORDON CHEVROLET LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Realistically priced @ $14950
904-272-2200 998-0012 $18,500.904219-7687 ASH TISDELLE


AUTOMOTIVE DIRECTORY


ACURA
of Orange Park
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KEY AUDI
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BENTLEY ORLANDO
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TOM BUSH BMW
' Al li,' ill mliI" )'11 lI


GARBER BUICK


KEY BUICK
4 iJ ,iu r i I) 1.-I 1)


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
l4 "l). '. I'ultr.l il 64 5. I

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
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PARKER CADILLAC
fl '. I =. j ii E" I Aiji = *



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
, m FP'l) i Hud l- .H

CREST CHEVROLET
9f. l li- ll ';il 1 1;.I1I

GARBER CHEVY


GORDON CHEV
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JERRY HAMM CHEV
P't l.ll. f'riil], Ho f .'W '.II ,

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
S 1 1 ti r l 4'i I' ,i'

NIMNICHT CHEV
ji' l l ,J[ Arm- I3.m l'l



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
.-,t .i 1, ',i l. I14 41. 1

CARUSO CHRYSLER

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
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GARBER CHRYSLER
lT i n rI I: li, : "i.- '-.11

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP


RICK KEFFER
I ': i. C11 r,




ATLANTIC DODGE
OF ST.AUGUSTINE
l)lil '}.,iull, '44"i
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


BOARD FORD
'*1 A Jij I n m,.'
f ',I Itd 1,l ll [lI!L, Hnii ,.A i.
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
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GARBER FORD-MERCURY
\1,l\ I O li inj .I1 :, 4 IL'
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
1i1 ) f'rripr H '.'v H -1. i.J.4 C
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
11' lii:i' A Blh -h, 6l',) I,. f l l
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
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NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
I1 'II ftnnlini HylH, N' .,4 4 ".
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS


GARBER GMC TRUCKS



COGGIN HONDA ON ATLANTIC
1 m'ji) All l vi 5l, i, 5.:.11)

COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
,'PA ii Hw ,' I 'i -.ll : lI : 1 l,
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
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LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
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HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
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KEY HYUNDAI
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ATLANTIC INFINITI
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CITY ISUZU
l,,'i At a n1 I*'.,! # 1 1; I




MATHENY JAGUAR
S11.11 A[IIl I hi) (,-J I .ly)



ATLANTIC JEEP
ii.I .1;. I '..JI 14-'n
CARUSO JEEP
I I' l ] Ri'n -i '2 ,-, Iwll

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1 i Wrol ,) -t, ll' '
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
S ,1 i] A 4 '
RICK KEFFER
I li Sfi l 1


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


LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/0rlando FI 407-339-3443



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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NORTH FLORIDA UNCOLi MERCURY
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UNCOLN MERCURY OF ORANGE PARK
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LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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TOM BUSH MAZDA
4' All m i l l J. i 1.'. 11
MAZDA CITY
mit, A.I ,] rin B1 l Zl B~ (U



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
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TOM BUSH MINI
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CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
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CITY MITSUBISHI



CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
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COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
I[ItIjl.I Aviili. Evlvil 4 '.'41..1

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
i1 '' Phi p Hwvi ,i, I J 1)1
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Beige on Beige, $19,900

VOLVO C70 CONV. '02
Stk#FB02 $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


.'04 LINEAR 9-3
$19,988

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

'! '03 9-3 LINEAR
$17,988

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

1 '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
"Limited"
Only $19,988

'02 Nissan
Maxima GLE
Only $13,988

'01 Chevy Malibu
Only $6988






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VOLKSWAGEN JETTA'02
Silver, Tan Interior, AT,
AC, Nice, Clean, Gas
Saver, $14,450 #2983
ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
4 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '04
SWgn, Silver, Grey Inte-
Srior 13K Miles, $15,875,
Nice Vehicle, Low Price
#2820
"ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '06
White, Beige Interior,
Low Miles Loaded,
$20,900 sL11803
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CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
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Or $700 & you buy battery
1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k
ml., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs some
body work-no dents.
Great restoration project
SDon't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
SCall 772-0612Todav
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VOLVOLVO 40 '01
Stk#F757 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Volvo S60T5, fully
T loaded, red,
leather, sunroof,
$11,999 call
4346498
S/7 VOLVO S80 '06
eq AWD, fully
equipped. Only 425
miles. $37,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VW NEW BEETLE '05
Con., Blue w/ Tan Top,
Cleanest Around, Only
11K Miles $22.450 #2979
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/ 1988 all electric
k, I leather interior
runs good. great
body tow package
Daniel 772-0197
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD

B $800 CASH
Or $700 & you buy battery
1976 Blue mi & ext. 160k
mi ilip doin ifoot rests
or dassengers. in back.
seals, runs ne as some
oody ,ork-no dents.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Caii772 0612 Toaav
CHEVY BLAZER '88, Has
gd body. Needs oil pump
$EOOuO,. 771-4930
FORD MUSTANG "93,
Runs. vnite. 1500obo.
904-305-2596
FORD TAURUS 90'
Good body all
electric, works.
runs but needs
engine work. S500 obo,
KEN 699 8398
Lincoln Town Car
92', loaded, runs
great, everything
works, good gas
mileage, $750, 272 2642
505 3692
OLDS CUTLASS CIERA
S95' solid car and great
runner 122K, UW
obo. 619-3029
OLDS CUTLASS
Clera 95". Solid car and
Great runner. 122K.
2000 obo, 619 3029
OLDS CUTLASS '87
Mechanics specail. Runs
great, must sell, need
cash $945. Call 389.7700
Pont. Grand Am SE '94
Red,4dr, 4cyl, Auto
904-786-5608

SATURN SC1 '01
PARTS CAR ONLY.
MUST SELL FAST.
$300 CALL NOW
904-207-0900

SSofa all Italian
leather excellent
condition off white
large ottoman and
chair $1000 or best
offer call 291-4142
Trucks/
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ACURA MDX '05
Only 9000 miles,
champ/tan $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


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1340 Trailers / 1340 Trailers /
SUV's SUV's
CADILLAC SRX'06 A CHEVY SILVERADO
Pearl white, fully 97'. C150o, ext cab
eil w auto, V, 2 wd, AC,
equip, like new. AT, PB, 144 k miles,
Only 9K miles. $32,680 bronze super clean, call
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 904.743- 609
998-0012 fir( CHEVY TAHOE LT
/7N CADILLAC '03. Moonroof, CD,
ESCALADE'03 quad seats, black/
Black Beauty! Fully tan, beautiful! $22,995
equipped. $29,980 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012
998-0012 /7\ CHEVY TAHOE '03
9 CADILLAC Champagne/tan
( J ESCALADE '06, xtra low mi $21,995
Pearl white/tan, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
fully equipped. $41,995 998-0012
LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE CHEVY TRACKER '02
998-0012 Excellent cond, loaded,
must sell, can finance
CHEVROLET AVALANCHE with $250 dn. 389-7700
'03 Stk#F841A $16,788 CHRYLSER PACIFICA '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 Stk#G154 $18,988
CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
'02 Stk#F46A $14,388 CHRYLSER PT CRUISER '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.48T7 Stk#GOP8 $10,988
CHEVROLET SSR 05 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
Stk#F7Z7 $29,988 DODGE RAM 3500,
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 2005 -Diesel dually
w/ comp towing pkg
SCHEVROLET 150 for fifth wheel Call
Cext cab 97. Sil- 264 -6239 for more Info
| )'verado. Loaded,
great condition, FORD BRONCO 94'
bronze 144k miles, bed / XLT 4" lift. 33" tires,
liner, tow package, 4 I t rebuilt trans, cold
$6500 call 904-743-0609 ac. $5800 obo, call
912.882.7289 after 4pm
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '05,
PW, PL, PM, REMOTE FORD ESCAPE '05
$17,999 Stk#G008A $15,988
GORDON CHEVROLET TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
904-272-2200 7 FORD EXPEDITION
4, CHEVY S.10 LS 01', 1 '03 Eddie Bauer,
Szr2, 4wd, extcab Black/tan, 4x4,
|3rd door, 4.V6. a/t. fully equipped $23,995
pw, p cd, $10,500. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
779-6184/707-7056 998-0012

XCab cold AC, AM/FM / 94', new transmls-
only 118,000 miles. n sion, tire, battery,
Looks Good Runs Good l An rpowner, ruy
30 Cl63.1 2215 great, $2000 obo, call
4 CHEVY SHORTED 291 099
TRUCK 1964. Fleet- FORD EXPLORER "04
side custom, new Ere',linr ;nape II..
230 engine 3spd, ,miles must ll th.s
$200obo. Call Eric 4. eek 2.975. 359 77
912 882 5646
FORD FIS0 XCAB '05
Chevy Silverado 97" Si aj-i i I" u -&t
c1500 ext cab, PS FOMBUSHAUTOPLEX if1-4811
<)PB, v8, bed liner,
great ac 144K FORD F350XCAB 97
miles, must see, $7K i.BuIJi''.'' i:A 6
obo. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877


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1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD SPORT TRAC '05
Stk#F838 $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, FORD SPORT TRAC
03'Excellent con-
\ 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 '02
Stk#G110A $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC SIERRA 1500 '04
Ext. Cab 4x4 OBO $21,900
(904) 645-3606
GMC YUKON XL
SLT '03. White/
tan, sunroof, DVD,
quad seats. $24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON
DENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$23,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Extra low
miles, like new,
black/tan, DVD,
crhome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON DENALI XL
'03. AWD, TV/DVD, 4
.: loc.rS :1" E.;r5 r IT-r.maC
$.2. "5. C 11 3f9 7 u-00
SGMC YUKON *03
BlacI. Ear... learEner.
CD. iunrf. $22.940
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON SLT
'04. EEra Ic,, mi-.
c.i .er. $26.640
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CRV LX 04
PL CC. PrJ PW $1i 4B6
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
y HONDA CRV '04
E.Tra lowv rrle.4
Eu;pped. $15.980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
HONDA PASSPORT
EX '02. Only 40,000
miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
" HONDA PILOT EXL
'04. Champagne/
tan. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA PILOT '03
Stk#3299C $19,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/ HONDA RIDGELINE
i '06 EX 4x4
Like new, White/
tan. $30,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(\ HUMMER H3 '06
SOnly 5000 miles.
$32,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/1'7 INFINITI QX56 '05
%V Navigation, DVD,
Fully Equip.$42,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI QX4 '01
Stk#F830$17,488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ISUZU AMIGO '93
Soft Top, Great For the
Beach, Looks Great $2950
(904) 645-3606


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
ISUZU PUP '94
Pick Up A/C Looks &
Runs Great $1950
(904) 645-3606
/\H JEEP GRAND
S CHEROKEE '04
Limited V8 4x4,
Beautiful! $18,445
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP WRANGLER X 4x4
'04. Yellow, only 13k mi
Ready for the beach!
$279/mo. 334- 7253
JEEP WRANGLER '05
Stk#4384A $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA RIO '04
Stk#G030 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SEDONA EX '02
Stk#G193 $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS RX330 '04.
Loaded, low miles, like
new $25,900. 334-7253
LEXUS RX300 '02
Stk#F868 $25,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Nl LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR '04
White tan fully
equip. Ultimate! $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
4. MITSUBISHI
GALANT 97T ES
sunroof, 4d, 4cyl,
a/t, ABS, pw, pl, cd,
kicker box, amps,
$3000. 779-6184/
707-7056
MITSU MONTERO '04
Stk#F795 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN PATHFINDER '97
4dr, 2WD, white, good
cond, $5900. 419-2474
NISSAN XTERRA '00
Stk#8402B 99$898
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ROOMMATES
WANTED
to share a town-
house $450m all
utilities included In
Orange Park 7 miles
from NAS JAX 386-0207
SUZUKI GR VITARA '05
Stk#F833 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA RUNNER SR5
'04. Running boards,
leather, roof. low miles,
excellent cond, full
warr. $21,500. 334 7253
; TOYOTA RUNNER
'01. Extra low mi.
Beautiful! $15,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA TACOMA X-CAB
4X4 '02. Low mi, war-
ranty $239mo. 334-7253


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
(9 1 TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER '04
LTD Only 18,000
miles. $23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA SEQUOIA LMT
4x4 '03. Leather, roof,
running boards, wheels
full warranty, low miles
$379mo. 334-7253


1345 Vans/Buses
DODGE CARAVAN '03
Stk#735 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM '03. 4dr,
Hemi, Sport Pkg w/
body kit, 20 rims, low
miles. $16,488. 3347253
FORD E150 VAN '05
Stk#F798 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD E350 VAN '05
Stk#F814 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD WINDSTAR '02
Stk#F980 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '02
Stk#G18S $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


1345 Vans/Buses
NISSAN QUEST XE '94,
lownr, 94k, AC, PW, PL,
radio w/CD, grt working
cond. $2700. 904- 564-1943

TOYOTA SIENNA LE'04
Excellent cond, loaded,
must sell very fast
$18,975. Call 389-7700


l3EOMiscellaneous
1350 Auto

& Bombralder Jetskid
96'/ With trailer.
S Brand new motor,
under 50 hrs. $3K
obo. call 449-5010 or
272-2826 for more info.

& YAMAHA
Waverunner 3
l person, VX11O
deluxe remote
speed control trailer
cover, extended war-
ranty showroom con-
dition. $6500. 280-7947/
403.4857


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