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Area celebrations honor veterans VA data may
By Kaylee LaRocque
and J01 Mike England
The city of Jacksonville inscribed 16
new names on its Memorial Wall dur-
ing an observance held at the Veterans
Memorial Wall Monday morning. Speakers
such as Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton,
Fla. and Sena-
tor Bill Nelson,
D-Fla. spoke to
the more than
1,500 people in
about the sacri-
fices the fallen',,
"When I look
at this wall I
see the names
of people I Went ..-
to school with.. .
As we pay trib-
ute to them,
may we cherish Photo by]01 Mike England
their sacrifices City of Jacksonville Mayor
and make the John Peyton speaks during
most of the the Memorial Day Observ-
future they no ance Monday morning.
The ceremony began with a musical pres-
NAS jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson gives his remarks
Memorial Day Celebration Monday.
entation by the Metropolitans, the parading the fallen for how
of the colors and the invocation before turn- died," Peyton state(
ing the stage over to the speakers. City of After all of the
Jacksonville Director of Military Affairs Dan their remarks, a fa
McCarthy highlighted the importance of the fallen-service ]
remembering the sacrifices service members at the wall.
have made. "Memorial Day is one of the most Nelson thought
important holidays on our calendar. It con- remember those tl
nects us to our past and the men and women rifice. However, it
fought so that we could all have futures," forget those that
McCarthy stated, and Afghanistan. "
"This day is one of remembrance and we know there are
reflection. I think it's important to remember
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
at the Green Cove Springs
they lived, not how they
speakers had concluded
mily member from each of
members, placed a wreath
that it was important to
iat made the ultimate sac-
was more important to not
are still fighting in Iraq
*Today as a nation at war,
more sacrifices ahead. Let
See MEMORIAL DAY, Page 10
From the Department
of Veterans Affairs
The Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA; recently learned
that an employee took home
electronic data containing the
names, social security numbers and
dates of birth for up to 26.5 million
veterans and spouses. This employ-
ee was not authorized to do so as it
is a direct violation of VA policy.
Unfortunately, the employee's
home was burglarized and this
data was stolen. However, the
affected data did not include any of
VA's electronic health records nor
any financial information. The
employee has been placed on
administrative leave pending the
outcome of an investigation.
Appropriate law enforcement
agencies, including the FBI and the
VA Inspector General's office, have
launched full-scale investigations
into this matter. Authorities
believe it is unlikely the perpetra-
tors targeted the items because of
any knowledge of the data's con-
tents. It is possible that they
remain unaware of the information
which they posses or of how to
make use of it. However, out of an
abundance of caution, the VA is
taking all possible steps to protect
and inform our veterans.
The VA is working with members
of Congress, the news media, veter-
ans service organizations and other
government agencies to help
ensure that those veterans and
are aware of
and of the steps
they may take
to protect them-
misuse of their
VA will send
this recent VA
see Page 15.
out individual notification letters
to veterans to every extent possi-
Veterans can also go to
www.firstgov.gov as well as
w%'vw.va.gov."opa to get more infor-
mation on this matter. The firstgov
Web site is being set to handle
increased Web traffic. Additionally.
working with other government
agencies, the VA has set up a
manned call center that veterans
may call to get information about
this situation and learn more about
consumer identity protections. That
toll-free number is 1-800-FED
INFO (333-46361. The call center is
open Monday through Saturday
from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. The call cen-
ter will be able to handle up to
20,000 calls per hour 1260,000 calls
Secretary of Veterans Affairs R.
James Nicholson has briefed the
attorney general, chairman of the
Federal Trade Commission and co-
chairs of the president's Identity
Theft Task Force.
Task force members have already
taken actions to protect the affect-
ed veterans, including working
with the credit bureaus to help
ensure that veterans receive the
free credit report they are entitled
to under the law.
The VA's mission to serve and
honor our nation's veterans is one
we take very seriously and the
235,000 VA employees are deeply
saddened by any concern or anxi-
ety this incident may cause our
veterans and their families. We
appreciate the service our veterans
have given their country and we
are working diligently to protect
them from any harm as a result of
By Sue Brink
NAVFAC SE Public Affairs
apt. Michael Blount will relieve Capt.
Robert Walden as commanding officer
as Naval Facilities Engineering
Command (NAVFAC) Southeast is estab-
lished during the change of command/dises-
tablishment ceremony of Navy Public Works
Center (PWC) Jacksonville/Engineering
Field Activity Southeast (EFA SE) tomorrow.
The commissioning of NAVFAC Southeast
is part of a major transformation of the
Naval Facilities Engineering Command's
global engineering, acquisition, and public
works organizations. NAVFAC's commands,
which were comprised of engineering field
divisions, engineering field activities, officers
in charge of construction, and public works
centers, have now been consolidated into
facilities engineering commands.
This global transformation is designed to
enhance efficiency and effectiveness and
improve product and service delivery; mak-
ing access to the Navy's engineering, acquisi-
Are you prepared?
By 101 Mike England
he 2005 Atlantic hurricane season
brought much misery and hardship to
the citizens of New Orleans and other
coastal communities in the United States.
The record-breaking season produced 28
storms, including 15 hurricanes.
Seven of these hurricanes were considered
"major," of which a record four hit the U.S.
Unfortunately, the 2006 season, which
begins today, doesn't look like it will be much
of an improvement. According to an
announcement by the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) May
22, 2006 will be a very active year for tropi-
"For the 2006 North Atlantic hurricane
season, NOAA is predicting 13 to 16 named
storms, with eight to 10 becoming hurri-
-. . 0 -1_V A -1 1 1 1
Capt. Michael Blount Capt. Robert Walden
tion, facilities maintenance, construction,
transportation and utilities services easier
for Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE).
Blount graduated from the University of
Florida in 1982 with a bachelor of science
degree in environmental engineering, and
was commissioned as an ensign, Civil
Engineer Corps, United States Navy
Reserve. In 1988, he earned a master's
degree in environmental engineering from
the Georgia Institute of Technology.
He was awarded the Atlantic Fleet Best of
Hurricane Katrina just before the e
landfall Aug. 29, 2005.
'major' hurricanes of Category 3 st
higher," stated retired Navy Vi
Conrad Lautenbacher, Ph.D., under
of commerce for oceans and atmosp
NOAA administrator during the p
So, what does this mean for you?
'44"- - -
Type Award (Battle E); first ever Physical
Fitness "E" and the Peltier Award for best
Seabee Battalion for 2001 while serving s
Commander, NMCB One.
In 2003, Blount earned a professional
degree in water resources engineering from
the George Washington University; and com-
pleted an advanced management program at
Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.
He is a Seabee combat warfare officer, a
licensed professional civil engineer in the
State of California and acquisition profes-
sional and DAWIA Level III certified.
Blount reports to Jacksonville from
Thirtieth Naval Construction Regiment
where he served as commander, Thirtieth
Naval Construction Regiment and command-
er, First Naval Construction Division
Walden is retiring after 24 years of dedi-
cated service in the United States Navy. He
assumed command in August 2004. During
his tenure, he focused his commands and
See NAVFAC SE, Page 16
their disaster preparedness plan right now,
as opposed to right before a storm hits," said
NAS Jacksonville Fire Chief Randy Hall.
"With more than one million people in the
Jacksonville area, an evacuation site 100
miles away won't be far enough. Jacksonville
residents need to be prepared to travel an
extended distance to find a place to stay."
NAS Jax Disaster Preparedness Officer
DCCS(SW) Matthew Melott thinks early
preparation is the key to ensuring that the
2006 hurricane season doesn't end in person-
al or financial ruin.
"It's important that people get their
satellite Image important documents together now. That
ye makes includes insurance paperwork, birth certifi-
cates and anything else you're required to
rength or have to get reimbursed for storm related
ice Adm. damages," Melott said. "Everyone should also
secretary go out and purchase supplies such as three
)here and days worth of food and water for themselves
)ress con- and their pets, an adequate supply of any
prescription drugs they might
canes, oz wnicn tour to six could become It means people should be thinking about See HURRICANES, Page 10 6 c .
TOU CH ING NAS Jacksonville establishes emergency hotline Please keep in mind that the hotline will not be staffed by customer-service personnel and
1TUUUU IU G NAS Jacksonville has established a hotline for service members, Department of Defense only provides recorded information. It cannot be used to check on weather conditions or locate
employees, contractors and their families to call during an emerer,.:, i., i warrants evacuation friends or family. The hotline number and email address are for use during times of emergency
B S such as a hurricane, only.
Evacuees can call 1-800-849-6024 to check in with the base upon arriving at an evacuation Emergency information will also be broadcast on Cable Channel 118, which is run by NAVAIR
destination and to verify if the order to return to the Jacksonville area has been given. They can Depot Jax. This channel will run continuous information regarding the hurricane conditions and
A S E relay their status and ask for assistance. For more information, contact the disaster preparedness office at 542-5595.
NAVFAC SE to hold change of command/
establishment ceremonies tomorrow
- 2 laxAlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 1, 2006.
FROM THE FLEET
Navy families keeping them informed and updated
By FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D.
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Warriors, in May,
its annual Military
Appreciation Month. As
part of this observance, a
local radio station inter-
viewed me about our
Unfortunately, I didn't
have a long enough time
slot to discuss one of our
biggest assets our fami-
lies. So to make up for that,
and hit a much larger audi-
ence, I'd like to talk about
the importance of our Navy
The Navy's credo is "mis-
sion first, Sailors always."
Many see this as a careful
balance between the needs
of the service with the
needs of the Sailors.
Others interpret it as tak-
ing care of our people
ensures the success of the
I subscribe to the philoso-
phy that leaders (at all lev-
els) will ensure mission
success by leading and com-
municating with their peo-
ple. Few organizations
demand as much from its
employee's families as the
We work demanding
hours, move and travel con-
stantly, and endure separa-o
tions reaching or exceeding
12 months at a time. Not
always an ideal lifestyle.
But service-over-self is
never an easy lifestyle. It
explains why the families
who accept this life are
FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
such honorable people.
Families take it in stride.
They understand sacrifice
and why it must be done.
They endure the long, lone-
ly nights during deploy-
ments, and they accept the
missed family special
events because they know
how important the job is.
This is why I say the fam-
ilies are the heart of our
Navy. Without their sup-
port, our Sailors can't effec-
tively do their jobs.
So what do we do to sup-
port those who support us?
Are you familiar with
everything the Navy has
set up to give back to the
families who give so much
to the Navy?
If you're not, let me give
you a short introduction to
Navy family support. All
Navy leaders need to be
well versed in where to go
to .obtain assistance and
required information. First
and foremost, we have the
Navy Fleet and Family
Support Centers (FFSC).
Around each fleet concen-
tration area, FFSC is
chock-full of programs,
classes, and counselors
whose sole purpose in life is
to help make things easier
for Sailors and their fami-
They help us make the
move from the military to
civilian life with transition
assistance, or the move
from one duty station to the
next with relocation assis-
Money issues are always
a challenge, so the personal
finance programs can
either help families deal
with money management
for debt reduction, budget-
ing and financial planning.
Case in point, did you know
financial issues are the
number one reason our
Sailors lose their security
clearance, and most of the
time, lose the ability to do
their jobs? It's a sad, pre-
Few 'families can experi-
ence a challenge that the
trained professionals at
FFSC cannot assist them
with, so please take advan-
tage of their' services. You
can check out everything
FFSC has to offer by visit-
ing their Web site at
Last September, I devoted
an entire article to one of
our greatest resources for
Navy families: the Navy
Ombudsmen. Our Navy
Ombudsmen provide a
wealth of information,
knowledge and experience
whose main mission is pro-
viding a direct link between
the commanding officer and
the families of the com-
If you don't know who
your command's ombuds-
man is, then that's a prob-
lem. Ombudsmen are typi-
cally very visible, easily
accessible and have the
commanding officer's ear to
keep information flowing
Here's the job description
straight from the book: "...
a command operated pro-
gram intended to improve
the command and a Sailor's
Most importantly, it
keeps members informed
about command policy and
the command aware of fam-
ily concerns. A major func-
tion of the ombudsman is
providing information and
referral services to the fam-
ilies . .."
So my advice to you is
simple, get in contact with
your ombudsman. Get on
the command phone tree
and update your address
for the command family-
Ensure you and your
family members are in the
loop so you know what's
going on, your voice can be
heard, and you can get help
More information regard-
ing the Navy Ombudsman
program is available at
I understand that some
problems or issues do not
have cut and dry solutions;
some can be painful and
See FAMILIES, Page 12
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I am a Navy veteran and
I just saw in the paper that
someone stole a lot of per-
sonal information on mili-
tary veterans from a
Veterans Affairs employee.
Is this true and should I be
Yes, unfortunately it is
true and, for sure, you
should be taking some pre-
cautions. Personal data,
including the names, dates
of birth, and Social
Security numbers of 26.5
million veterans was
The Vice President and
Officer of the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society, Wes
Schmidt, suggests that
everyone affected should
be more vigilant than nor-
mal in monitoring credit
card, bank accounts and
other financial accounts
and that any suspicious or
bizarre activity be reported
He also noted that this
would be a good time for
all of us take advantage of
free credit reports and to
plan to do so periodically,
to make sure we are not a
victim of identify theft.
Everyone must be aware
of the fact that identify
theft is very real and it can
create nightmares for
those who are victims.
Very personal informa-
tion for almost 27 million
veterans is now, perhaps,
in the wrong hands, so vet-
erans, in particular, have
even more reason to be
cautious and attentive.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m.. and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
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S/" RBHI(RW/SU) DRMON WRTFORD
S'" NAS Jax Air Operations
Hometown: Avon Park, Fla.
Family Life: Married with two
Past Duty Stations: USS Kearsarge (LHD-
3), USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71)
Career Plans: To complete my college
Most Interesting Experience: Serving
on board USS Kearsarge.
Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!
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Police Officer, NAS Jax
Family Life: Married to Diane for 24 years.
We have one son, Christopher, 17.
Past Duty Stations: NS Mayport Security
Career Plans: To earn my college degree in
Most Interesting Experience: When I
was almost hit by lightening in August 2004 at
Words of Wisdom: God still needs me ...
that's why I'm still here!
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Weather facility to disestablish tomorrow
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NAVLANMETOCFAC J .
Naval Atlantic Mete-
orology and Ocean-
Jacksonville will be dises-
tablished during a ceremo-
ny at the TVQ Pavilion
tomorrow at 9 a.m.
The 41-year-old NAS Jax
tenant command is closing
due to the consolidation of
naval aviation support
functions by the Naval
Meteorology and Ocean-
The facility has provided
tions and forecasts, oceano-
graphic products, and hur-
ricane condition of readi-
ness support for more than
40 years. Its roots can be
traced back to 1943, when
the Fleet Weather Facility,
Miami, provided forecast-
ing services for the
Eastern seaboard and
In December 1964, the
military weather office was
relocated to Jacksonville.
In 1967, the facility was
established as a shore com-
mand, the Fleet Weather
Facility, Jacksonville, with-
iii the integrated Fleet
Weather Central System.
During the ensuing
decades, various command
name and operational
changes occurred as mete-
orological and oceano-
graphic services evolved.
In 1972, the facility was
renamed the Naval
Weather Service Facility.
In 1979, community reor-
ganization that included a,
focus changed the com-
mand name to Naval
Facility. In 1991. the,
Team (MET) department
was established, adding a
type two sea-going mission
to the facility.
By 1993, the importance
of weather effecting
was reemphasized with the
final name change.
As an echelon four com-
mand under Naval
Atlantic Meteorology and
METOCFAC was given
operational and adminis-
trative control of echelon_
five detachments within
the Atlantic Region provid-
ing primarily aviation and
airfield meteorology sup-
port to naval air stations.
During most of the last
15 years, 11 East Coast
detachments from Kef-
lavik, Iceland to Roosevelt
Roads, Puerto Rico report-
ed to the command.
During the last two
years, the number of sub-
reached a high of 22
detachments as all conti-
AG1 (SW) Dwayne Tinney plots the track of a simulated hurri-
cane at NLMOF. NLMOF is being disestablished tomorrow.
U.S. Navy Photo
A group of Navy weather plotters use pens and ink to forecast the weather in the early.
1950s. Today's computer capabilities make forecasting weather much easier.
nental U.S. aviation weath- and Gulf of Mexico. Antisubmarine Warfare
er functions were aligned Over the past four years, (ASW) Detachment Jack-
under NAVLANTMETOC- NAVLANTMETOCFAC sonville has the mission of
FAC during tour reorgani- Sailors have pioneered the providing METOC support
zation and consolidation, sub-regional forecasting for ASW operations.
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tions, produced more than Using the flight weather
190,000 airfield weather briefer operated by NAFC, VWhEr it c.nes ,t. iend
warnings, and provided Department of Defense and
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than 21,000 days at sea, 24/7 flight route weather full. three ,,ear, ,if he-c
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ships, squadrons, and the NAFC forecasters via ,:rel ,..'i-th:u i.ic,rr.
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Mediterranean, and Ara- information or clarification three years, the inter
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Sailors also provided tropi- With the closure of the Prime F'ate as rep
cal cyclone support to NAVLANTMETOCFAC, ,,, the 11all Street IOL
Commander, Navy Region two supporting METOC
Southeast and local com- activities will remain at Iri ddit in t, ','
mands for 462 named trop- NAS Jacksonville to pro- l:.,i r3:te and t3.':,r
ical systems that occurred vide support to the fleet.
within the Atlantic Ocean The Naval Oceanography
Andrew Miller, along with
a staff of aerographer's
mates, sonar technicians,
and aviation warfare sys-
tems operators, will pro-
vide both shore-based and
underway support to the
ASW community in the tri-
The Naval Aviation Fore-
ing to pre-
cast Component Jackson-
ville, a subordinate activity
of NAFC, will provide air-
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As I take over the helm
as editor of the Jax Air
News, I want to assure you
that our staff here will
strive to continue produc-
ing the best possible mili-
tary newspaper with infor-
mative and interesting arti-
cles and photographs. But,
in order to do this, we need
your help. We cannot cover
events and portray the
accomplishments of the
people within the NAS Jax
community if we do not
know about them.
Our staff is extremely
small and getting smaller,
so I'm asking you, our read-
ers, to help us out. If there
is something happening or
if someone within your
command or work center
has achieved something
unique, please let us know.
We may not always be able
to cover every story, but we
will certainly try.
We also ask that if you
have any writing abilities
and can take a decent pho-
tograph, to please submit it
for publication. While we
may not be able to publish
every article, we review and
consider all submissions.
This is your newspaper. If
you have an idea on how to
make it better or if there is
something you'd like to see
in the paper that might
benefit the NAS Jax com-
munity, please stop by our
office in Building 1, Room
202 or email us at jaxair
I look forward to this new
and challenging position
and plan to keep the Jax
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viding our readers with
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'Nightdippers' wash aircraft for charity
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 recently
washed aircraft Canvas 615, not an
uncommon event in the daily duties
of squadron life. However, this aircraft
wash attracted a crowd of spectators, the
first sign that this was not the normal pro-
cedure at HS-5. Lt. j.g. James Malvasio, a
Nightdipper pilot, organized this particu-
lar aircraft wash for charity as part of the
squadron's fund raising activities.
According to Malvasio, any Sailor could
cast a vote for any individual in the
squadron, with each vote costing fifty
cents. At the end of the contest, the top
vote receivers were tasked with washing
an aircraft; a dirty, arduous, and physically
"We wash each aircraft every 14 days
while on land and every seven days while
at sea, said AN Wesley Chase, an HS-5
plane captain. It normally takes the line
division approximately two hours to com-
pletely clean each aircraft. The time
required for the lucky winners to complete
the helicopter wash was understandably
longer. Besides improving the overall
appearance of the aircraft, a thorough
wash also prevents corrosion and increases
the life of certain aircraft parts.
"All of the participants looked to be
enjoying themselves, and I also know that
my donations went to a good purpose with
an entertaining end result," said Lt.
Jeremy Doughty, one of the spectators.
All proceeds from the aircraft wash went
directly to the Navy and Marine Corps
Relief Society Fund.
JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 1, 2006
Turning troops into teachers
SECNAV to speak at Battle of Midway dinner
he Battle of Midway Commemora-
tion Dinner will be held tomorrow at
6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency on
Jacksonville's Northbank. The guest
speaker will be Secretary of the Navy
Donald Winter. The Mayport Navy League
sponsors the commemorative dinner.
Costs of tickets for the dinner are: E6
and below $25; E7 03 $35; 04 05 -
$45: 06 and above, civilians and retirees -
$55. Checks should be made payable to
Midway Dinner. Tickets may be purchased
from the NAS Jacksonville USO Office at
778-2821, Navy League Mayport Bill
McLoughlin at 285-8731 or at the USO
Mayport at 246-3481.
The uniform for 04 and above is dinner
dress white jacket; 03 and below dinner
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begin at 6:30
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be survivors of
the Battle of
This year's. event marks the 64th
anniversary of the Battle of Midway. All
naval personnel active duty, reservists,
retired and civilians are invited to attend.
Photo byjO1 Mike England
Florida Department of Education Representative Ron Burton talks to Sailors, retirees .
and family members about the benefits of the Troops to Teachers program during a
class held at the NAS jax Chapel Religious Education Hall May.23. Troops to Teachers
is a U.S. Department of Education and Department of Defense program that helps eli-.
gible military personnel begin a new career as teachers in public schools where their.,
skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. Navy College Director Jeannie
Fleming thinks the program benefits both the military and the local community. "The ,
course gives service members the opportunity to speak-to someone personally about ,
getting into the teaching field. Troops to Teachers provides funding for teaching certifi-
cations and stipends of up to $10,000," Fleming stated. To find out more about Troops
to Teachers, visit www.proudtoserveagain.com or call the NAS Jax Navy College Office ,
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By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
Everyday for 20 years, Antonio wrote a love poem
to his wife. But
and his wife stood
before a judge in
divorce court. At the
hearing, the husband .
revealed to the judge
that although he was
the author of the
poems, he didn't com-
pose these verses to
celebrate the joys of --
marriage. He had
written the poems to i ..
pacify his domineer-
ing and abusive wife.
In another case, a Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
couple attended a
marriage seminar by a well-known author and speaker
who portrayed a pretty distorted view of marriage. At
the seminar the speaker pounded away at the fact that
the husband is the head of the wife. To be sure, it was a
very one-sided approach. On their way home the hus-
band made his own point, "what that guy said tonight.
. that's exactly how. it is going to be around here from
now on!" He didn't see his wife for several days after-
wards. She had cleared out.
Marriage has been defined as what occurs "when two
become one." The question then becomes, "Which one?"
Some couples struggle all their lives with that ques-
tion. Other couples don't survive the marriage as each
tries to assert, "who's the boss." A marital battle of the
wills is constantly waged. The battle seeks to establish
whether husband or wife will capitulate first. Who will
give-in? Which one will concede?
Yes! My thoughts and focus presently address an
institution as ancient as the Bible. I seek balance and
meaning. I search for ways and resources that will
enhance our marriages so as to live in healthy (not per-
fect) marital relationships. Over the years I've come to
realize that it is not about asserting, "who's the boss."
Rather successful, healthy marriages are all about
Cooperation is all about, mutual understanding and
mutual submission.. Therefore, marriage has purpose,
pattern and permanence. Accomplishing this balance
in marriage requires a combination of science and art.
The science comes from acquiring the necessary knowl-
edge available to us through years of dedicated
research. The art of marriage comes in the creative
application of knowledge, intuition and, most impor-
tantly, loving concern.
That is why NAS Religious Ministries Department
will be presenting their Prevention and Relationship
Enhancement Program (PREP). PREP is a tried and
proven method for marital/relational preventive main-
What is the purpose of PREP?
Many couples are as committed as ever at having a
successful, happy relationship, but sometimes they find
attaining that goal difficult. Often they lack the
knowledge and skills necessary to achieve the relation-
ship they really want. PREP is designed to address the
How to communicate better and solve problems.
How to handle disagreements and conflict.
How to promote a sense of working as a team.
How to keep friendship, fun and intimacy alive.
How to strengthen your commitment to each other.
Schedule of classes
June 19-20 (Monday, 10 a.m. 4 p.m.); Tuesday, 9
a.m. 3:30 p.m.)
Classes will be held at the Chapel Center's
Fellowship Hall (Building 758) and may require per-
missive TAD orders for the service member (check with
your command and bring the orders to class). The cost
is $10 per couple to cover food and beverages. Civilian
Civilian employees are welcome. Engaged couples are
encouraged to attend. Call the chaplain's office today at
542-3051 to make your reservation.
If you are married, I strongly encourage you to attend
PREP, even if all is going fine. It's good preventive
Medicine If you are a department or section head, I
urge you to allow your service members two days of
permissive TAD to attend. It's an investment with
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Local angler wants to take you fishing
By J01 Mike England
4 S support our Troops"
is a motto that is
often spoken on
talk shows, seen on bumper
stickers and heard in bars
across the country. Yet,
while most people view the
motto as a way to express
their patriotism, few see it
as a call to action.
"You see people with
magnets on their trucks
that say "Support our
Troops", but I think more
can be done to show them
that we do really care," said
Mike Fowler, a Jacksonville
resident who decided to put
his words into action.
Fowler, an avid fisherman
since childhood, decided the
best way for him to show
his appreciation for the sac-
rifices service members
make was by sharing his
love of fishing with them.
"I don't have a lot of
money to donate to the
USO, but I do have a boat
and a knack for fishing,"
the Jacksonville native
stated. "I thought that tak-
ing a Sailor, Soldier, Marine
or Airman on a free fishing
trip was the best way for
me to show my support.
Fowler started fishing in
freshwater ponds when he
was a kid. As he got older,
his passion for fishing grew
as did the frequency of his
Photo by J01 Mike England
Mike Fowler admires his catch during a fishing trip on Sisters Creek.
"It's gotten to the point
where I go fishing as often
as I possibly can, primarily
in or around Sister's
Creek," he said.
The 27-year-old paper
mill worker has a -wife and
kids, not to mention a job to
occupy most of his time.
However, a fishing trip with
a service member is an
event that he will always
do his best to make time
"I work different shifts, so
I can be available on vari-
ous days and times depend-
ing on what my work
schedule is like that week,"
Despite the fact that gas,
oil, bait and ice can cost
him up $150, Fowler prom-
ises not to let anyone go
home empty-handed. "I'm
not the world's greatest.
fisherman, but if a service
member doesn't know how
to fish, I'll teach them," he
stated. "These trips can get
costly sometimes, but if I
can show someone a good
time, the look on their face
is priceless. I can't change
the world, but if I can make
a few people happy then
why not do it."
If you or someone you
know would like to go fish-
ing with Fowler or sponsor
a fishing trip, call him at
VBS is coming in July
4 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 having classroom instruction. Lunch will be provided each day.
There 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.
NMCRS offers Budget
for Babies classes
By Linda Brown
The Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) at
NAS Jax offers Budget for Babies classes the first
and third Wednesday of each month. These compre-
hensive classes are available to all military personnel and
their family members. Participation of both parents is
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and financial planner
helps the expecting parents prepare a budget for baby
from birth through college. He offers money saving tips for
buying baby's first items such as furniture, car seats, car-
riers and strollers. Retirement planning for parents is also
At the conclusion of the class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", valued at $100. The sturdy canvas
bag contains a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
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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24/7 Summer Campaign aims to save lives
By Dan Steber
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs Office
he Naval Safety Center, in
partnership with the Ma-
rine Corps Safety Division,
launched a new theme for this
year's Critical Days of Summer
campaign. The 24/7 Operation
Summer Force Preservation
theme is part of an effort to
remind Sailors and Marines to be
alert, aware and able. to manage
risk all day, every day.
"The period between Memorial
Day weekend and Labor Day too
often claims the lives of Sailors,
Marines, and civilians involved in
private motor vehicle (PMV) and
off-duty recreational mishaps,"
said Rear Adm. George Mayer,
commander, Naval Safety Center.
"These critical days pose greater
risks for several reasons. We take
family vacations and often travel
greater distances than we should
without resting or taking a break.
The weather is ideal for water
sports and the risks that go along
with them, such as drowning and
boating/jet-ski mishaps. Outdoor
activities might include barbe-
quing, hiking, attending beach
parties, playing sports, and driv-
ing recreational vehicles."
The Naval Safety Center sup-
ports this annual outreach cam-
paign and encourages Sailors,
Marines and civilians to take care
of themselves and of each other
and make the summer season
safe and enjoyable. The new 24/7
effort seeks to increase the atten-
tion on self preservation and to
get renewed emphasis on making
risk management part of every-
day life, not just a tool to use at
During the summer periods
from 2002 through 2005, the
Navy and Marine Corps lost 220
Sailor's and Marines in PMV,
recreation and other off-duty inci-
dents. Of those deaths, 166 were
in PMV crashes alone.
"Unfortunately, alcohol is
included in many of these activi-
ties, with the risk of over indul-
gence" said Mayer, referring to
the list of risks Sailors and
Marines face during the summer
and mishaps that take too many
lives each year.
That fact is borne out in the
statistics that show at least 31
percent of the fatalities men-
tionedinvolved alcohol. Other
problems are speed, fatigue,
aggressive driving and lack of
seatbelt use. The numbers also
show that 25 percent of the fatali-
ties occurred while riding motor-
cycles, and 73 percent of the ,vic-
tims were 18 to 26 years old.
Various materials to support
the 24/7 Operation Summer Force
Preservation theme are available'
on the Naval Safety Center Web'
site at www.safetycenter.navy.inil/
Marines, civilians, commanding
officers', officers-in-charge, and
safety leaders can download a
media kit, activity planner with
weekly topics, and multimedia
resources. The Naval Safety
Center urges commands to ;use
these tools to develop local cam-
of Women Chapter
he Federal Employment of Women Chapter
(FEW) is a private, non-profit organization found-
ed in 1969 shortly after the issuance of Executive
Order 11375. Executive Order 11375 added sex-dis-
crimination to the list of prohibited discrimination with-
in the federal government.
The early organizers of FEW wanted to ensure that
there would always be an organization dedicated to pro-
moting equality for women and addressing concerns of
women in the federal workforce. FEW often work with
the Federal Women Program (FWP) to identify work-
place barriers for women in the federal workforce.
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 con-
tact with Congress to encourage progressive legislation.
FEW national officers meet with management officials
at all levels of agencies to demonstrate support of the
FWP, encourage officials to support the program 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.
MSCCN hosting a hiring fair in July
From CNRSE Community
he Military Spouse Corporate
Career Network, (MSCCN) is
hosting a hiring fair aboard
NAS Jacksonville July 12 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. in Building 966 (Old Navy
Reserve Building) for two of
MSCCN's corporate partners,
Concentra Incorporated and
Wachovia Corporation. The hiring
fair is a direct-hire approach, provid-
ing candidates that meet job descrip-
tion requirements with the opportuni-
ty to be: interviewed by company
recruiters and sourcing consultants.
Wachovia and Concentra will fill
positions both in the Jacksonville
area and nationwide. Opportunities
are open to all active duty, reserve,
retired military spouses and exiting
or retired military personnel.
Concentra currently is looking to
fill the following nationwide posi-
tions: doctors, nurses, physical thera-
pists, medical directors, medical cen-
ter administrators, medical assis-
tants, radiology technicians, billing
specialists, accountants and other
professional administrative support
Health fair planned
, aval Reserve Hospital Jax Detachment N will
host a health fair and blood drive July 22 from
10 a.m. 2 p.m. in front of the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange. The Florida/Georgia Blood Alliance Blood
Mobile will be stationed in the parking lot. Information
on preventive health issues including cardiovascular,
osteoporosis, smoking cessation, colon, breast, prostate
and skin cancer will be available for children and adults.
For more information, call 713-4860.
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following positions nationwide: fitian-
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Leaders in general banking.
Please visit the MSCCN Web site
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resume to the feature job positions:
"Jacksonville Hiring Fair July, 12,
2006." MSCCN will contact all candi-
dates that meet job descriptions by
phone for a pre-screen interview.
Qualifying candidates will receive a
scheduled interview with a recruiter
or sourcing consultant on July 12.
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PR3 Joe Quintero of Aviation Survival Training Center Jacksonville keeps his eye on the swimmers as a
part-time lifeguard at the outdoor pool.
With temperatures in the
mid-90s and not a cloud
in the sky, many people
found themselves taking the plunge
this weekend in almost any accessi-
ble body of water. On Saturday, hun-
dreds of swimmers enjoyed the
grand opening of the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation's
(MWR) Outdoor Pool.
Little did they know that the
night before staff members were
scrambling to guarantee every little
detail was taken care of to ensure a
successful first day. "We've been
working a lot of late hours to get
this pool up and running. It's been
hard but everyone pulled together
and we are open for business," said
Aquatics Director Meredith Blocker.
"It's a little challenging running
both the indoor and outdoor pool.
We've had to hire new staff mem-
bers and get them trained. Right
now we have 23 lifeguards and plan
to hire more. We also need qualified
water swim instructors to teach the
swimming classes and recreation
aides to work the front desk and
The outdoor pool was recently
completely refurbished and features
numerous upgrades. "The pool has
new light blue marcite, dark blue
tile trim, lane and depth markers,
the deck and waterslide ladder have
been repainted and the kiddie pool
has been refurbished to match the
big pool. We've also added $25,000
worth of new furniture chairs,
tables, umbrellas, lifeguard stands
and safety equipment," added
Many families came out Saturday
to spend some quality time enjoying
the "new" pool.
"It's a great place to be with the
family and spend some quality time
with them," said AEl(AW) William
Quillin Sr. of VS-24 who was with
his wife, Lisa and children, William
Jr. and Hollie. "This is my first time
here, but my family spent a lot of
time here last year. We plan to come
One-year-old Chloe Linge enjoys
splashing in the kiddie pool.
as often as we can. It's a really nice
"This is my first time here and it's
very cool. I'm really enjoying spend-
ing time with my friends in the
pool," stated 12-year-old Dannielle
Goodwin, who was at the outdoor
pool Saturday for the first time with
her friend, Donna Defeo. "I've been
coming to this pool since I was a lit-
tle kid. I learned to swim here. It's
really fun to be here," added Defeo.
While many people come here for
the recreational swimming, swim
lessons and other classes are also
available. A special sign-up session
for swim lessons was held May 20
and although many of the classes
are full, there are still a few spaces
left. "We had 123 people sign up for
lessons that day for the early ses-
sions. We'll start swim lessons in
early June and will be offering them
throughout the summer. We plan to
hold another sign-up session July 1
for the late summer sessions,"
See POOL, Page 9
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Christopher McNealy helps his daughter, Leah, 8, practice her floating skills.
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Seven-year-old Tori Boyle takes a turn going down the waterslide.
(Below) Recreation Aide Linda Carpenter takes a customer's order at the snack bar at the
Ensign Nathan Saxton of VP-30
at the outdoor pool.
spends some quality time with his 8-month-old daughter, Carter,
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Seven-year-old Erik Froden displays his swimming skills as he heads back to the side of the pool
after going down the waterslide.
POOL: Open for business
From Page 8
"We also plan to offer water aerobics here as soon
as we hire another instructor."
The outdoor pool is open Tuesday through.
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 1-:
5 p.m. for recreational swimming. Lap swimming is
available any time the pool is open. The cost to use
the pool for recreation swim is $2 for active duty,
reservists, retirees and family members. Civilian
employees and guests are $3. Children under six are
Patrons can also rent the pool for semi-private par-
ties during normal operating hours or for private
parties from 6-9 p.m. for a fee.
The outdoor pool will remain open weekly until
early August. It will then be open weekends only
through Sept. 4. For more information on any of the
programs offered or to make reservations for pool
parties, call 542-3720.
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MEMORIAL DAY: Jacksonville, Green Cove Springs hold observances
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us pray for those who serve
today on freedom's fron-
tier," he concluded.
The city of Green Cove
Memorial Day in Spring
Park with several cere-
monies to remember those
who have died while serv-
ing our country and to
honor all current military
members and veterans.
The opening ceremony
began with an invocation
followed by the NAS Jax
Honor Support Team
parading the colors as the
Navy Band Southeast
Brass Quintet played the
national anthem. A special
fly-by by the HS-3
"Tridents" at NAS Jax to
display the American flag
brought many cheers from
the hundreds of spectators
at the event.
Green Cove Springs
Mayor Deborah Ricks then
presented NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt.
Chip Dobson, Naval Air
Depot Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. John Scanlan
and NS Mayport Command
Master Chief CMDCM
Deborah Davidson with a
special proclamation desig-
nating May 29, 2006 as
Military Service Day in the
"As mayor of the city of
Green Cove Springs and on
behalf of my fellow council
members I welcome all of
you to the 18th annual
Memorial Day celebration
now known as Riverfest. A
special welcome is extended
to everyone in attendance
that has served or is
presently serving in our
country's armed forces.
You're contributions and
sacrifices for the cause of
freedom are the reasons for
this tribute," remarked
Ricks. "It's important that
we gather today in tribute
to the men and women of
our surrounding communi-
ties who answer the call
and service to their country
and to expose our children
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Members of the HS-3 "Tridents" display the American flag during a fly-by during the
Memorial Day Celebration in Green Cove Springs Monday.
Members of the
NAS Jax Honor
Guard display the
colors as the
Quintet plays the
at the opening
ceremonies of the
Photos by J01 Mike England
MST2 Paul Jarrett of the U.S. Coast Guard (left) and
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel
salute after placing wreath at the Veteran's Memorial Wall in
downtown Jacksonville Monday.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
and grandchildren to the
sacrifices others have made
on our behalf."
Following Ricks' heartfelt
speech, Dobson took the
podium. "It's a great honor
to be here today. This is a
magnificent and appropri-
ate setting-for a Memorial
Day ceremony. Across our
country today, this scene
will be replicated many
times but this Memorial
Day has special signifi-
cance," he stated. "The glob-
al war on terrorism and
ongoing combat operations
serve as poignant
reminders .of the sacrifices
that many have made for
our freedoms for over two
"I'm honored to be here to
not only represent NAS
Jacksonville but to be part
of the contingent represent-
ing the U.S. military. I hope
everyone realizes the sig-
nificance of the support
that personnel based at
NAS Jax are providing,"
"HS-3 which provided the
fly-by today, just returned
home in April from a six-
month deployment to the
Persian Gulf. Many of our
people from NAS Jax are
going forward to the the-
ater of operations individu-
ally or in small groups to
man'Marine Corps and
Army units. These service
members are your neigh-
bors, friends, church mem-
bers or you might know
them through your children
at school. They are often
gone for up to a year and
that's what impacts us
locally," he said.
"The proclamation today
serves as symbolism of the
long standing tradition and
the continued support that
Green Cove Springs pro-
vides to all military person-
nel and I appreciate it on
behalf of all our Navy mem-
bers," he added.
A second ceremony was
held later in the day in a
special area marked with
rows of white crosses to
remember those service
members who died in the
line of duty including sever-
al from Green Cove Springs
and to honor all veterans in
attendance. "On Memorial
.Day we honor those who
put their lives at risk for
NAS Jacksonville Honor Support Team Member AM3 Henry
Omoerigbe escorts Carolyn Woods, mother of HM3 Julian
Woods, after she placed a wreath at the Memorial Wall in
honor of her son who was killed in Iraq.
the good of our country, we keeping the liberty that we
have veterans to thank for love intact," said Ricks.
HURRICANE: Make preparations now! Season starts today!
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need and a large amount of
cash. Having these items on
hand until hurricane season
ends Nov. 30 will keep them
prepared in case the worst
According to NOAA's
National Hurricane Center
Director Max Mayfield, peo-
ple living in or around a
coastal region should be vig-
ilant about hurricane prepa-
ration regardless of the fore-
casted strength of weakness
of the upcoming season.
"Whether we face an
active hurricane season, like
this year, or a below-normal
season, the crucial message
for every person .is the
same: prepare, prepare, pre-
pare," Mayfield said. "One
hurricane hitting where you
live is enough to make it a
NOAA's National Hurri-
cane Center Web site has
several tips for preparing
your home and family for
hurricane season and other
Develop a family plan -
Your family's plan should be
based on your vulnerability
to the hurricane hazards.
You should keep a written
plan and share your plan
with other friends or family.
Create a disaster sup-
ply kit There are certain
items you need to have
regardless of where you ride
out a hurricane. The disas-
ter supply kit is a useful tool
when you evacuate as well
as making you as safe as
possible in your home.
Secure your home -
There are things that you
can do to make your home
more secure and able to
withstand stronger storms.
info There are Web sites
that can give you informa-
tion about your communi-
ties vulnerability to specific
hazards. These include hur-
ricanes as well as other
weather related hazards.
According to NOAA's
National Hurricane Center,
the ingredients for a hurri-
cane include a pre-existing
weather disturbance, warm
tropical oceans, moisture,
and relatively light winds
aloft. If the right conditions.
persist long enough, they
can combine to produce the
violent winds, incredible
waves, torrential rains, and
floods associated with this
Each year, an average of
10 tropical storms develop
over the Atlantic Ocean,
Caribbean Sea and Gulf of
Mexico. Many of these
remain over the ocean and
never impact the U.S. coast-
line. Six of these storms
become hurricanes each
In an average three-year
period, roughly five hurri-
canes strike the U.S. coast-
line, killing approximately
50 to 100 people anywhere
from Texas to Maine. Of
these, two are typically
"major" or "intense" hurri-
canes (a Category 3 or high-
er storm on the Saffir-
Simpson hurricane scale).
A hurricane is a type of
tropical cyclone, which is a
generic term for a low-pres-
sure system that generally
forms in the tropics. The
cyclone is accompanied by
thunderstorms and, in the
Northern Hemisphere, a
of winds near the earth's
surface. Tropical cyclones
are classified into three cat-
A tropical depression is an
organized system of clouds
and thunderstorms with a
defined surface circulation.
and maximum sustained
winds of 38 mph or less.
Tropical storms are organ-
ized systems of strong thun-
derstorms with a defined
surface circulation and max-
imum sustained winds of
39-73 mph. Hurricanes are
intense tropical weather
systems of strong thunder-
storms with a well-defined
surface circulation and max-
imum sustained winds of 74
mph or higher.
Hurricanes are catego-
rized according to the
strength of their winds
using the Saffir-Simpson
hurricane scale. A Category
1 storm has the lowest wind
speeds, while a Category 5
hurricane has the strongest.
These are relative terms,
because lower category
storms can sometimes
inflict greater damage than
higher category storms,
depending on where they
strike and the particular
hazards they bring. In fact,
tropical storms can also pro-
duce significant damage and
loss of life, mainly due to
For more information on
hurricanes, visit NOAA's
National Hurricane Center
Web site at www.nhc.noaa.
gov or call the NAS Jax
Office at 542-5595.
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Babij m dancing
- a great way to
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By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer '
It's been around for hundreds of years,
but falely, ballroom dancing has fast
become one of the most popular activi-
ties around the country. After being fea-
tured on numerous, television shows
recently, ballroom dancing has basically
become an ,overnight phenomen6nh end-
ing people to sign up for lessons to learn
how to do the Tango, Swing and Cha Cha.
Young and old alike are putting on their
dancing shoes to learn the moves and get
some physical exercise.
"Ballroom dancing is always something
I've been interested in watching, especial-
ly the competitions so I finally decided to
go out there and try it. I found that I real-
ly enjoy it and plan to keep dancing, said
Lt. Laura Prunty, a dietician at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville. "I started taking
lessons last summer. I've been working
on the Cha Cha, Swing and Rumba. It's
really a great workout when you dance,
you really work up a sweat. I come here
probably three times a week for an hour
and it definitely keeps me in shape."
According to Prunty, there are other
benefits as well. "The atmosphere is
great, the people are so friendly and
everyone gets to know one another," she
continued. "It's definitely a great way to
meet new people."
With the strict guidelines requiring mil-
itary members to maintain their physical
fitness, dancing is a great way to get the
heart pumping and burn some calories.
"I do this to relax and as an alternative
to the every day stressors of the job. It's
such a great workout. When you do the
Samba for three minutes, it's like jogging
for six minutes. It's extremely beneficial,"
said Capt. Dan Flynn of Navy Operational
Support Center Jax. "My. wife Laurie and
I have been dancing for about two years.
It's fun learning to dance and it's some-
thing I can do with my wife. It's a great
form of entertainment and it's something
we both enjoy. We've learned numerous
types of dances over the past two years."
Another benefit of dancing is the confi-
dence it builds within the students. "I do
this because it's fun and I really have a
great time. I've been taking lessons for
about four months now. It's a great way
to build self-esteem and makes me feel a
lot more confident about myself,"
remarked BM2 Carlos Eguia of NS
Mayport Harbor Operations. "I take pri-
vate lessons twice a week and do group
sessions once a week. I've learned to
Tango, Swing, Samba, Salsa and Two-
Step. The dance studio is near my house
at the beach and I just stopped in one day
and decided to try it. I've been coming
And, for those new to the area, ballroom
dancing is a great way to meet new and
interesting people. "People come into our
studio for a lot of different reasons. We
see quite a few military members, espe-
cially when they first get transferred here
because it's a great way to get acclimated
to the community because it's such a
social thing," stated Chris Thomas, owner
of A Social Affair Dance Studio.
"Not only do they learn to dance, but
with more than 120 active students and
60 at our other school, they meet lots of
interesting people. We have a big military
clientele and what's interesting is we get
a lot of support from the commanding offi-
cers. They recommend us to the younger
guys because it's a clean environment -
no drinking or smoking and it's great for
physical fitness. It's a very.safe environ-
ment," he added.
Most dance studios offer classes for a
variety of dances such as Tango, Salsa,
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FAMILIES: Keep them in the loop
FromPage2 For families with Sailors in the
Individual Augmentee (IA) program, you
personal. find a lot of useful information at the
And while I encourage getting informa- Bureau of Naval Personnel Web site
tion, I strongly urge you to seek out the (www.npc.navy.mil) or Navy Knowledge
help and assistance the Navy offers when Online ihttps:/'wwwa.nko.navy.mil!/. .
you need it. By being proactive with your Remember every Sailor is a potentialJA,
issues you are more in control. so they, along with their families need t fjie
If you become reactive, then it's more dif- ready to support.
;cult to recover, Here are few helpful links And finally there's the 1-866-U-ASK-
tb assist you: NPC phone number to the Naval
Deployment readiness http://www. Personnel Command's Customer Service
ffsp.navy.niil/ffsp/deployment.htm Center that's manned 24 hours a day,
Exceptional Family Member seven days a week.
Program http://www.npc.navy.mil/ I would like to close this week by
CommandSupport/ExceptionalFamily expressing my deepest thanks to all Navy
Member! families supporting Sailors day in and day
Sexual Assault Victim Program out. I know firsthand that we cannot do
h tt, p:// www.ffsp.navy.mil/savi/html/savi. the jobs we do without your support, and I
html want you to know how deeply appreciated
Repatriation and' contingency plan- it is.
ning http://www.ffsp.navy.mil/ffsp/con- To my fellow warriors, take the first
tingency.htm chance you get to tell your families
Military One Source http://www.mili- "thanks," and more importantly keep them
tary onesource.com/skins/MOS/home.aspx informed.
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Lt. Jay Haddock of VS-24 practices the Cha
Cha with a partner during a party Friday
Capt. Dan Flynn of Navy Operational
Support Center jax, and his wife, Laurie, take
a spin around the dance floor at a local
dance studio. The Flynns have been taking
ballroom dance lessons for the past two
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and Rumba. So if you are looking for a
fun, somewhat challenging way to burn
some extra pounds and meet some new
people, waltz your way into a dance studio
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Q: I'm a veteran, how can Q: What is the Depart-
I tell if my information was ment of Veterans Affairs
compromised? doing to ensure that this
A: At this point there is does not happen again?
no evidence that any miss- A: The Department of
ing data has been used ille- Veterans Affairs is working
gally. However, the with the president's
Department of Veterans Identity Theft Task Force,
Affairs is asking all veter- the Department of Justice
ans to be extra vigilant and and the Federal Trade
to carefully monitor bank Commission to investigate
statements, credit card this data breach and to
statements and any state- develop safeguards against
ments relating to recent similar incidents.
financial transactions., rml.r T .. n r n .
If you notice unusual or
suspicious activity, you
should report it immediate-
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the Federal Trade
Commission for further
Q: What is the earliest
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what can I do to protect
myself and prevent being
victimized by credit card
fraud or identity theft?
A: The Department of
Veterans Affairs strongly
recommends that veterans
closely monitor their finan-
cial statements and visit the
Department 1of Veteran's
Affairs special Web sits on
this at www.firstgov.gov or
Q: Should I reach out to
my financial institutions or
will the Department of
Veterans Affairs do this for
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Veterans Affairs does not
believe that it is necessary
to contact financial institu-
tions or cancel credit cards
and bank accounts, unless
you detect suspicious activi-
Q: Where should I report
suspicious or unusual activ-
A: The Federal Trade
the following four steps if
you detect suspicious activi-
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740241, Atlanta, Ga. 30374-
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tampered with or opened
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report with your local police
or the police in the commu-
nity where the identity theft
Step 4 File a complaint
with the Federal Trade
Commission by using the
FTC's Identity Theft
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or by mail at Identity Theft
Trade Commission, 600
Pennsylvania Avenue NW,
Washington DC 20580.
Q: I know the Depart-
ment of Veterans Affairs
maintains my health
records electronically. Was
this information also com-
A: No. Electronic medical
records were not compro-
mised. The data lost is pri-
marily limited to an individ-
ual's name, date of birth,
social security number, in
some cases their spouse's
information, as well as some
However, this information
could still be of potential
use to identity thieves and
we recommend that all vet-
erans be extra vigilant in
monitoring for signs of
potential identity theft or
misuse of this iponrmation.
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Awareness Training Course
and complete the separate
General Employee Privacy
Awareness Course by June
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ment of Veterans Affairs
will immediately be con-
ducting an inventory and
review of all current posi-
tions requiring access to
sensitive VA data and
require all employees
requiring access to sensitive
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tomes from wildfires.
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wildlife and homes. Homeowners reduce
their risk by preparing now before wild-
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Protect your home
Regularly clean roof and gutters.
Inspect chimneys at least twice a year.
Clean them at least once a year.
Use half-inch mesh screen beneath
pprches, decks, floor areas and the home
itself. Also, screen openings to floors, roof
Install a smoke detector on each level
of your home, especially near bedrooms;
test monthly and change the batteries two
times each year.
Teach each family member how to use
the fire extinguisher (ABC type) and show
them where it's kept.
Keep a ladder that will reach the roof.
,,;* Consider installing protective shutters
dr heavy fire-resistant drapes.
Keep handy household items that can
be used as fire tools: a rake, axe, handsaw
or chainsaw, bucket and shovel.
Create a 30- to 50-foot safety zone
around your home
Rake leaves, dead limbs and twigs.
Clear all flammable vegetation.
Remove leaves and rubbish from under
Thin a 15-foot space between tree
crowns and remove limbs within 15 feet of
Remove dead branches that extend
over the roof.
Prune tree branches and shrubs within
15 feet of a stovepipe or chimney outlet.
* Ask the power company to clear
branches from power lines.
,* Remove vines from the walls of the
Mow grass regularly.
Clear a 10-foot area around propane
tanks and the barbecue. Place a screen
over the grill use non-flammable materi-
al with mesh no coarser than one-quarter
Regularly dispose of newspapers and
rubbish at an approved site. Follow local
Place stove, fireplace and grill ashes in
a metal bucket, soak in water for two days,
then bury the cold ashes in mineral soil.
Store gasoline, oily rags and other
flammable materials in approved safety
cans. Place cans in safe locations away
from the base of buildings.
Stack firewood at least 100 feet away
and uphill from you home. Clear com-
bustible material within 20 feet. Use only
UL-approved woodburning devices.
When wildfire threatens
Follow the instructions of local offi-
Back your car into the garage or park
it in an open space facing the direction of
escape. Shut doors and roll up windows.
Leave the key in the ignition. Close garage
windows and doors, but leave them
unlocked. Disconnect automatic garage
Confine pets to one room. Make plans to
care for your pets in case you must evacuate.
If advised to evacuate, do so immedi-
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pants, a long-sleeved shirt, gloves and a
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FCCJ summer term registration begins
From the Navy College Office class you have wanted in the past, we
highly recommend early registration to
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College at Jacksonville's (FCCJ) A placement test is required for math
2006 Summer Term which runs July and English. Please allow 48 hours for
3 through Aug. 25, is ongoing through June Navy College to process your tuition assis-
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The following classes for FCCJ will be held at NAS Jacksonville for the second half
of the summer term:
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From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
The Naval Hospital 'Jacksonville's
Mental Health Department is offer-
ing a workshop called "Developing
and Enriching Your Marriage by
Understanding Yourself and Your Partner"
June 24 and July 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This is described as "an experiential and
interactive workshop for couples who want
to strengthen their marriage while person-
ally growing within the marriage.
The workshop is facilitated by Bruce
Kristol, Ph.D., a Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville staff psychologist who has been in pri-
vate practice in Jacksonville since 1979.
The workshop includes mini-lectures,
visual slides, couple interactions and group
discussion. Frederick noted that privacy is
important to the clinic staff. Therefore, no
expanding services for couples
one will be expected to disclose anything
private to the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship Assessment
Clarification of Needs, Values &
Levels & Styles of Communication
Neutralizing "Hot Buttons"
Four Social Styles and Character
Connecting & Distancing Issues
Dealing with Feelings and Emotions
Support and Encouragement
The workshop will take place in the
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program
Training Building located behind the
Naval Hospital Emergency Room at
Saphier and Tatum Streets. Call 542-3473,
Ext. 152 to pre-register.
FFSC offers educational and support programs
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Fami-
ly Support Center (FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support Program is
the foremost preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
June 12-15, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (Separating)
June 13, 9 a.m. to noon Stress Management
June 26-29, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (Retiring)
June 27, 9 a.m. to noon Anger Management
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.
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Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials and use of marina sail-
boats and safety equipment.
Weekend classes Friday, Saturday and Sunday and June 17, 18
Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all classroom materials and use of marina motor-
Free kayak and canoe rental on Thursday's for active duty.
For more information, call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11 a.m. 1
p.m. (shoe rental not included)
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark bowling with light show and
11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and soft drink for $5
Does not include shoe rental
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Lunch BINGO Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening BINGO Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 6:30
Tuesday night is paper.only night!
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Budweiser Brew House
7:30 p.m. until close
For more information on fitness and athletics, call 542-3518/3229.
12-Week Summer Slim Down Challenge
June 19-Sept. 8
12 week, 36-workout challenge
For more information about L.T.T trips or ticket prices, please call
Jacksonville Sun's tickets available for purchase at the I.T.T.
Homeplate box seat $9.50
Reserved seat $6.50
General admission $3.50
Sun's Salute to the Military Nights June 11, July 7 and Aug. 10.
A Day of Beauty in Gainesville
Visit the Kanapaha Gardens, Matheson House,
Butterfly Rainforest and Harm Museum of Art!
Orlando Shopping Trip
Sign-up by July 5 or until filled.
Visit the Millennium Mall and Premium Outlets.
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 single or
unaccompanied active duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Jax Beach Trip
Home providers needed
The Child Development Center is looking for
home providers. If you are an on-base resident,
you will only need to be Navy-certified to
become a Home Provider.
If you are an off-base resident, you will have
to be state-certified as well as Navy-certified.
This program is for dependent female and
males. For more information about this pro-
gram, contact Lisa Williams or Ingrid Robinson
at 542-5434 / 5529 / 2472.
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Mall and Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall and AMC Theater
Leaves Liberty Cove at noon.
White Water Rafting Trip
On the Ocoee River in Tennessee
Includes rafting tickets, one lunch, lodging and transportation.
Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all hands. For
details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.- Big Momma's 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 Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
June 13 and 27 for active duty.
June 15 and 29 for retirees and Department of Defense
World Scramble local qualifying
June 11 at 1 p.m.
Includes range balls, golf, tee gift, complimentary round of golf,
food following play and prize purse.
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 goJf,
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SPORTS & STANDINGS
Sports officials and
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
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.
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
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 Trapk 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
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For more information about any of the sports
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Bird's Eye View (Superstretch Terrace) $67
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on race day.
For more information, call 542-3318.
Jacksonville semi-professional rugby
league tickets available through the USO
From the USO
T he American National Rugby League (AMNRL)
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2006-expansion teams. The Jacksonville Axemen,
who displays a fireman-themed logo, will be kicking off
the 2006 AMNRL season in May.
Tickets are available at the NAS Jax USO, who has
partnered with the Axemen 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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meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
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at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
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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-
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m.
at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site
at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-
6016 or go to
momsclubopw @ yahoo.com.
The 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
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
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
Several youth fishing der-
bies will be held throughout the
city of Jacksonville. The follow-
ing are the days, times and
locations: Saturday, 9 a.m. to
noon at Hanna Park and Aug.
19, 9 a.m. to noon at Oceanway
Park. A youth fishing tourna-
ment will be held Sept. 9 from 7
-a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna Park.
The tournaments are free for
children under 13. For more
information, call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through September.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
Local park offers free nature classes
The following are
upcoming classes at
Park Nature Center located
across the NAS Jax Main
Gate at 7000 Roosevelt
All classes require
advance reservations by
July 25, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Do you know how to tell
the difference between ven-
omous and non-venomous
snakes? Learn what you
can do to stay safe around
snakes and their important
role in the balance of
Wee Workshop: Life
Under a Log
July 27, 10:30-11:30
Calling all wee nature
explorers (children aged 7
and under) and their adult
companions. We're investi-
gating what lives in and
under fallen logs. Wear bug
spray and bring a capture
jar if you have one (we have
some to share if you don't).
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Military, DoD civilians invited
to Family Day at The Cummer
From The Cummer Museum
T he Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is host-
ing Family Day Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Military families are invited to attend the event.
Free events will be held throughout the museum, gar-
dens and Art Connections.
The day will be filled with live music, special art mak-
ing activities, scavenger hunts and more.
This fun-filled event includes experiencing the final-
day of Ansel Adams & Edwin Land: Art, Science, and
Invention Photographs from the Polaroid Collection.
This exhibition showcases more than 80 prints from
legendary photographer and master printmaker,
Adams, who is internationally recognized for his crisp,
detailed, and grand sweeping beautiful images of our
Don't forget to see the community photography show,
The St. Johns River: Captured Through the Lens in the
Barnett Concourse. This is the last day of the juried
photography show featuring community perspectives in
partnership with the St. Johns Riverkeeper.
The museum is located at 829 Riverside Avenue in
For more information, call 356-6857.
Naval War College offers program here"
T he Naval War College's (NWC) College of Distance-
Education will again offer its Fleet Seminar Program,
in the Jacksonville area. This academic year (August t
2006 May 2007), Joint Maritime Operations will be offered
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lege of naval command and staff in Newport, R.I. Three-
hour classes are held in the evening (one night per week forY
approximately 35 weeks). A top quality adjunct facultyfj
member from the local area leads each seminar. Students.
can earn a NWC diploma, JPME Phase I credit and up to.
21 graduate credit hours. All books and materials are pro;._
vided 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.:
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Storm season is here
again: Is your yard ready?
From Florida Power &
With hurricane sea-
son officially start-
ing today, Florida
Power and Light Company
(FPL) offers hurricane
preparation advice to help
residents save their trees
while reducing the risk of
"We love our trees here
in Florida," said Steve
Anderson, vegetation spe-
cialist for FPL. But the
last two storm seasons
claimed many, and some
knocked over power lines,
causing power disruptions
and safety hazards. "A lit-
tle planning will go a long
way toward protecting our
trees, our property and our
safety," said Anderson.
FPL recommends the fol-
lowing tips to prepare
Florida residents and
their trees for the upcom-
ing storm season while
minimizing the likelihood
that trees will interfere
with power lines and dis-
rupt electrical service:
Now is the time, before
a hurricane threatens, to
survey and prepare your
yard. Look for dead or
weakened branches that
could snap during a storm
and begin pruning to help
trees better withstand
If you do see a tree
tangled in or too close to a
"power line, don't try and
trim it yourself. Only spe-
cially trained line clearing
professionals should work
around power lines.
If a tree or branch has
,damaged a pole or line,
creating sparks or a power
outage, call 1-800-4-OUT-
AGE to report the.problem.
The best way to keep
trees from interfering with
power lines is prevention:
choose the right tree and
plant it in the right place
to begin with. Consider
the mature height of a tree
when planting near over-
head electric lines.
FPL offers specific tips
on the selection and proper
placement of trees through
its Right Tree Right Place
program. Visit www.FPL.
comn/trees for a list of rec-
ommended trees and sug-
gested setbacks from over-
head utilities, as well as
those to avoid planting
near power lines.
Trees planted in the
right place are also given
the room they need to
achieve proper form and
height without posing a
Customers may also
request FPL's Right Tree
Right Place guide by call-
ing FPL's customer care
center number listed on
their electric bill.
Additional information is
available on the Internet
at www.FPL.com, www.
FPLGroup.com and www.
Using a power of attorney
T. here are many occasions during the
course of a military career that a
power of attorney might be neces-
sary. Do your homework before granting
one to somebody.
Typically, service members will need a
power of attorney when deploying or
going overseas and leaving their loved
ones behind to handle the affairs of the
There are two basic types of power of
attorney, special and general. A general
power of attorney gives the person who
holds it the same power to conduct busi-
ness in your name.
Service members can grant a special
power of attorney, which spells out the
specific ways it can be used. The more
specific a power of attorney is the better
type. This prevents people from using it
:for purposes other than those the service
Don't give a general power of attorney
to someone you don't trust wholehearted-
ly. Base legal assistance attorneys can
help servicemembers determine which
type of power of attorney will best meet
Service members commonly need to
issue powers of attorney when they
change assignments. Spouses often need
legal authorization to conduct necessary
Service members may also need to pro-
vide a power of attorney to the person car-
ing for their dependent children during a
deployment or exercise. Caregivers may
need a power of attorney to enroll chil-
dren in school or other activities.
Caregivers would particularly need a
power of attorney to authorize medical
treatment if a child needs it. Medical pow-
ers of attorney are used if a person
becomes incapacitated and someone else
needs to make medical decisions.
Military service members and their
families can have powers of attorney
drawn up and 'notarized at most base
legal assistance offices.
Quit today at the Navy Weliness Center,
Building 867, Enterprise Street
Adjacent to the fitness center
M onda- 9 a.m.
Tuesday I p.m.
All active duty and TRICARE
beneficiaries are eligible.
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Navy Exchange monitors cough
medicine sales by requiring ID
By J03 Heather Weaver
National Naval Medical Center Public Affairs
Navy Exchanges are monitoring sales of cough and cold medicine containing
dexomethorphan due to an increased awareness of the new "robotripping"
trend among teens and young adults.
Navy Exchange Service Command's Chief Merchandising Officer Tess Paquette
said patrons who look 18 or younger will have to show identification to purchase
"The Navy Exchange is always looking for ways to help its Navy family,"
Paquette said. "By restricting the sales of these types of products, we're helping to
keep our families safe and healthy."
Nearly 10 percent of U.S. teens and young adults have used cough medicine to
get high, according to the Partnership for a Drug Free America.
Dexomethorphan is. a synthetically produced substance that's chemically related
to codeine. Slang terms referring to dexomethorphan highs are "robotripping,"
skittlingg" and "dexing."
"Dexomethorphan at high doses allows users to feel high, dizzy and so on," said
Eric Schuetz, a certified specialist at the Maryland Poison Center. "But what they
don't realize is they can also experience vomiting, become agitated and halluci-
nate. [That] in turn is a hindrance to their character development."
Cough medicines containing dexomethorphan usually contain other pain reliev-
ers. The National Drug Intelligence Center warns that large dosages of acetamino-
phen can cause liver damage. Large dosages of chlorpheniramine can increase
heart rate, cause lack of coordination, seizures and coma. Large dosages of guaife-
nesin can cause vomiting.
Doctors at the National Naval Medical Center said the Navy is moving in the
right direction in limiting the sales, but parents and leaders must also be aware of
drug use signs and symptoms
"This is an important first step the Navy and the rest of the country should
take," said Army Lt. Col. Jeffrey Hutchinson, Bethesda's Adolescent Medicine
department head. "The best thing to do is be aware...the Navy.and all [other] serv-
ices have programs designed to help individuals who use drugs or abuse them."
The center reports the Drug Enforcement Administration is monitoring dex-
omethorphan abuses and may add it to the Controlled Substance Act.
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2100fS uttpgronaded GE SS FSBO 3/2,1850sf, exc EAGLE HARBOR 4/3, Irg PALENCIA BRAND NEW HEARD FROM THE FSBO 7317 Southland RIVERSIDE -big 2br, ATL BCII/NAS N'SIDE 1BR HOUSE, cer.
applpc hardiboard cond, upgrades, fpl scrn openkit., fncd kyd Beautiful-4 bed- 2/1 w/sm loft 924sf CH&A, good cond, $650. M ORT 3/2. PCS tle, l lot w/t
ingw/rc frnt r patio, landscaping, crnr culdesac, amenities. room 3 full bath, 2616 TOWNHOME REST? NOW BUY just remdl, nice shed 7-5/ 1-48 L Movenear electric bills. S60m.
culdesac preserve lot, 1904-535-8894 $299K. 904-269-7111 square foot, 2 year FROM THE BEST w/scrnd area, fncd yrd. 3876526/ 6122468 schools/beach. 3844080 or cell 7074-1S
w/priv fncng, man 7317Southland EagleLandn Incredible od home. Formal liv- KENDALL POINTE EZ Financing. 771-9055 $89,500 0OBO 9935709 Laundry, tile, petsokay. N'SI
extras. 1693 AstonHaoft 924sf ameiesl In g r oo m, dining 2/2.5 with all the Ask for Emma. wwwifotube.net/14268 W'SIDE 2/2 twn hse, nice Avail6s/i $100/ n IDE newly rehab
CBat61633 2/1 rooft .O. tm. Surround upgado63'273gto Shanes Hodp. t67K or
Ct. Byappt. 645133 just remdl,,nice shed New'064/3/2w/office, dina room. Surroun upgrades- MANDARIN Twn Hse features, conv. to NAS 6 g2an t handsHosp.$67Kor
w/sounNEd id. rn family r LET YOUR JOBBE 3/25,1472sf, end unit Jax $700mo 608-0953 ATL BEACH/Mport 3/1 Rent$650m904,332999
FT. CAROLINE area 3/2, 9rnd area fncd yrd. r97 l brldst ri, master bedroom and MUST SEEI! YOUR CREDIT! on lake, arv $149K, sell 2611 Montrea newly E (2) 3/2's w/en
t L s ren $89 500 OBO 993-5709 Laa, cvrdfntpo, outside in screened 1497 FJeldViewDrive, for$125K 904838-7443SDE / en
bat e crien d, ,h. www.infotube.net/142608 fireplacep wie tn i cue ned m EZ Fin. $500 moves o ru 2K. 9048387443 W'SIDE 5120 Westchase remodeled $1250mo. 3031 woodlawn Rd.
Fenced back yard GATED WATER FRONT Entertainment home w/wide kitchen with cherry Call Leainn.Call or 962-1086 Ct.2br/lba$559/mo. 904-280-9154 7367 Doste Dr. E. HU
spround pooL$1690,900. Lots from Bunest Vue,MstSe k binet erhiteops- Jacksonvll 385 Miscellaneous Please call 904-514-1472 Bear Run 2951 Dakota Dr welcome, $850 422.2643
Jordan Realty743-4980 Call 904,9929888 FSBO 561339-9512 stain ess s t ee I 32065. 2500sf, 4/2 N'SIDE 3/1, off Lem-
www.riveredgefl.com appliances, large 370 Lots for Sale FORECLOSURE! WS/MURRAY HILL Efic. Rwd & tile. $1250m Turner 9015Adams Ave.
OpenHouseSAT&SUN FLEMINGISLAND pantry, and center CLOSINGCOSTPAIDI2/2, 6bed/3bath.Only Apt, AC/Heat, Fridge, newly remodeled
2- 3 Uphier HUGE 3/2HOM14sf Autumn Genw island. Plantation S Star e n FU REForistings Microblwtr BANDI/OP -New TH mo.04-280-91
3/2/2 NEW Tile & Berber $93KZero closing cost 1144sf, 3/2,1 car gar, shutters, ceiling fans, course, PVB end unit. BEAUTIFULTREEDfLOTmin $1000FoLitns Mceltb'wrnBLANDING/OP T H $775m. Turner
9041,534,9538/476-5813 conv Ioc. close to WainwrlghtDr.,2nd Ave
904,343-4979 ppl berbercrpt,w/d nation well. Side boat ramp to St. Johns HOMES FROM$10,0001 shopping rest, malls, Rentalsfrom$775m.
f WWaterbrook Fals 4/2 hkups, bkcyd patio. Aen. entry 3-car garage SMART BUYISOUTHSIDE River 904)2623163 FORECLOSURES! golf, St. Johns River. 904-819-6626
320 Westside ecawardwinning golf with extra storage, T Oakarge 3/26 1-3bed. F 410Condominiums pts ok
20newhomexO cvrd osprnkr course poolrec. teeter, termite bond, private 1429sf,newl renovated, Beautiful 10.06 acres 800-749-8124 xlO024 Condominiums 687-6450 Oaklef brand new4/3
BEAUTIFUL3/2HOM sys$233,50 434,0906 near Clay Co. Schools.$170K preserved profes- $82.9k. 7-2355448 Buildalelot.OffCR229 close to Argyle Elem.
1524sf,_llnewIrgydOwnerlrealtor 9042694663 sionally landscape lot off Hwy 301. $20K per CEDAR HILLS 3/2 $695 clproaes to.Argye lc,9
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9179,900. 904-343-4979 deneat-n-kit, scrnprch, will be accepted" gated New baths9&1kit. ONEACRELOT gatedcom, 91100. no VANSANDTRE 389-D3540 OAKLEAFPLANTATION
$179,900- 1 2car gar, wooded lot, $549,900.904.708-5002 $145K Duane 912.927-192 With Well, pets. 904821 1700 Cano Oaks 4/2
Septic, & Pole ANGELO BUYS CEDARp2ILLS 3/2 $750 1750sf, apple blinds.
BENT CREEK, Golf Comr Desirable Ocean Cay $197K. 904-215-7821 Agent S'SIDE 2 story 2br/2.5ba, Septic, & Pole ANGELO BUYS CEDAR HILS 3/2 $750 750sf, appi, blinds.
c,25337-24,0 NOTHMDDLEURgreatUnewatileCin ownpot$in.4h n R HOUSES CASH I CEDAR CREEK beautifulEE
cul-de-sa 3/2, 1640sf pool home 4/2.5 2600sf Nreat ond new ti Unimproved Lots Also A vail. 384 Kit aW REALTY EXECUTIVES
scrn patio, owner seller SBO $525K. 3724810 H St Aathusexcoctine, $150,000 Any cond, handyman, waterfront 6mi NAS ax VANSANDT 354
$215K 573-99417n3-0858 2925 Antigua Dr. Village of Fireside Sub. StAgutie all4904-708-7581 942.544938& 752.0784 ire damaged, 2/2.5, 1450SF. 5m273939616460
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spacious 4-BEDROOM, sprinkler sys, privacy yTwSt-d5 14er_ CO1 Pam r R aen
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gi redoc0 0 & dining room, 6 inchuc-3B 641-1738 or 551a3214 yard close towad school
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tobasel $133000 blinds, shades and rr.,rr, l 2-,r.., o eansi deluxuryn away! N electric pole.$89,900 estt IEAO b / Ca l
$ m 4m18 -5 amocser 904- 403-8388/786-r29S5 Real Estate Investor MANDARIN GLENS/AGLE2ARBOR4BR/2BA0Avai 6/RE Caluxur
carpet throughoutES f 4 0orsafebynwne.com Be 12home in seeking residential & 2/2 all amenities 2c. gar new applis hwd
color tones. Garden l ty.cub 05ore r04able H33 Beachlat 6250 home in WOW MALLAHAN commercialmoprop. FSBO mo.sec.$675 firs avil 6/1 $1850mo OP Beasutifu4/2 w/
coo Nr tt ho 5nes r dn rb ors2ie 000'f s a 13 sLO w Sn s et H 2ar ha & irLr -4w/lawn pan ment ecare,673-2276 Lake & Coo access.o u
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Station Dr., Great OAKLEAF PLANT new 4 2, furnished, heated /hmokeso- AC_ $11/90K0. 89, 4on t oen tt. viewl?5 3a takrot $200nf. $a 954211 82
FSBO 2.4acrevery neighborhood!! Only'lO 1e- must. Ael i- r. us ohe $ 160K. 904 0454 or es ativFinc'g. 353-5874 FERN BCH/Lofton Pt, $lnl904290389
eluded, 2blks from miles from Jax Naval rann Fier, S rS-m pool olf viewand r2 20 C ar 237-2515 RPB REALTY NAT RES HIDEAWAY3/2$1150 brand new 3/2.5, many OP N.RD. New
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Park&Eis2000sf, 4/2, Air Base. Ready to S240I ODc. ,03 3 r0162 club membership. 954WS 255New SP Condo,5T 'KitaEquip ulS, app
old inground pool, 3" move in. Reduced to SLM. c aL BoE r gar, isto ry, Far ms/ n incl. Chat Woods ar .
flowing well. As Is$169K. $262900, seller moti- OAKLEAF PLANTATION 563-5555- 3 Are VANSANDT RE389.... 3540 Gr
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FSBO- ORTEGA PACEamSB -40, $OBO9048745474cs kre acres, .5 miles paved Call for more innfo. 3/2. Nice neigh-
ln Sh Br f KISL,4br la goon wd carpeted c ies Ad Rd. frontage improved L N a553-8313 PCS I CEast/TheWoods, gated i borhood.eBi yard.
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nltti c -u V-Heights HOUSE Sat & Sun 2-5. un Central H/F, brn,0e. C al Culdesal. Comm. pool. 215-026orsOS- 3793.H
p upgrades, $367,900. Call 525-6946 TOcean Front 3/2, 20X40f00r NEW FLEMING ISL 1. 5MU 55
$9,9. Seeat 36,0. 5 29 ocean front deck, gas o f 863-513-2109 l R ft PLNAI $1450moS 71- 34C OP/OAKLEAF PLANT,
miltarybyowner.com 3 ACn r WANT.TO T .RADE $1,397,000. poss. owner .a log---.- em d C 6 r n N4 8f str yPLANTATION
cal7784101Cretirement E 4/2in Orange Park finance, 904- 27-984I 8 wihrpl appl, N.C. MOUNTAINS! Aarm s CW 762 Port Wine Ln. New 4/2,1687sfd rstoy
orders. Mini -Ranch in Clay County for comparable outh Mountain Peaks Furn1835F, 3/25, & GA FOR 3/2 2 caw WD yd rnch style. $1250m.
on Beautiful fenced wooded -~' house in Talla- on oanu Hardy W & A wMt. Development iloar es o RENT/LEASE.GTEDCOMM.u matin Mc. $1275mo + Leaseopt. 303- 683- 0462
great location- close to home. Quiet area $149,900. Wonderful Waterfront Homet Views. r39,900- 89,900 YMCA, 11 MILES FOR NAS, Starting at 1200- So000m Lanai. Oversized Lot Bt
Mall River. $176K. Country living 5.4 acres in 3269sf 1,19000 EV/TIMBERLAND 770ac N 6.62 ACRES Log Cabins on 1-2 AC S tes. Communities AVAIL JUNE 15, 2006. YOUNG REALTY in 2000. BRUISED CREDIT
No bank qualifying, private setting spacious desireable Margaret paved hwy frontage $89,900132900 41HousesFurnished $1200/mo.90803.4287 904910-5776/86-1431 IS OKI Upto 20% of mo.
Ange 904-67-6450 3br/ 2ba 1936sf manufac- Walk. FIP, amen., 6500 per ac. Call Land $259, 900 cash F nancng.FREE Ino. eed rent goes towards
turned home on concrete tons of upgrades & Homes 904-813-8894 CALL 828-256-1004 425 Manufactured Oakleaf Plantation JAX BEACH down payment Up to
foundation. rFeatures call Pat 5 9751 orl.Pr* e son Homes brand new, 1525sf, 3/2 NEW LUXURY TOWNOME price. (301)948-2677
22 Argyle cathedral ceilings, office, Celena 545-4495 YULEE COMM PROPERTY m North Jax, 7 acres cus- 427Mobile Home Lots elev. access. all amenitites & 1093 S 7th St.$1620 Mo .
updated appliances. Owner w/ KELLERWILLIAMS & BLDG. 1500sf, Zoned Cl Employer tom brick, 4/2 3200sf IRoommates condo fee's incl., 200mo, 800-935-8347 ex cr 105 ro Na w
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OAKLEAF -RTO, 4/2, 904. 22Aus 20676/22,-0922 relocating USe barn, round pen, culo 435 Rooms to Rent WEL lSOM oee h Nl. wsho,
1800+sf, newer, 3,k dn. CallTrever Waters 338 Baker County d desac, very secluded er440Beach/Vacation/ 0 new 2/2 c w/ Woi ERN 4R291A buil $ d 3 /ch, g 7a o
$1195mo. 904-81-6626 nRealty, Inc. Toll free O8-8 4041 Resorts
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-8--89 House for sale Approx PoTOIC18Lor s TENN. LAND9 SALE! r water pk $197 5mo. + TH's, 2/ 2.5,2 2.5 w/.
25 North www.trevorwatersreaIlty.om 3ac fruit trees, grape farmhouse. Updated 50 toO220Oacres. 450Managemen9ental dep. Call 904485r0111 & gar, $990-$1250.
Sarbors, 2000sf, w/barn. 1 AC LOT w/Sunset 3br/2ba, heat& air, LANDSOUTH n mGad, pool, clubhouse,
Jacksonville 35 Orange Park/ $349K 904-626-8359 Pomona Park. Crystal blacksmith shop, barn, 863-607-9500d Services trn atamn w in_ designer uwOds. Call for
3 Clear, great boat.ski smoke house, 41/4 ac. 455Wanted to Rent Intracoastalview3/3/2 Lakefront,2000, speia 954- 32-1182
340 ror Eb__113nCommercial pnossibil i- 0 Investment 9/1 $1500m 904- 635-6861 ten minutesto NAS, SAN JOSE 4/2, LR, DR, FR,
Cose Home in E-Tier-County AUhique St Johns River ties. Mid $300's. Call Properties $1250/mo.917-30-1940 en. patio, gTcdbkyd,
ELot 2001x5501 NW of 7067455089 Blairsville.5w/d hkp, Pet ok w/dep.
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3700S an619K PCJos 541-0313 AatS onulote$45K 21 19 pvt, $499K 319-621-504 HOUSE ON 2 ACRE, 3/2n 2-; 1531 LOGAN ST3br/lba, Fuchrnished" nwn 2 /.2,l m er I /25. .I rplo
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Executive Home FSBO 2 lake front lots. 150K Ph 386-362-6647 Asking $23,500 Drive by *ARLINGTON BARGAIN* Ing, fishing, Le 7 min. Beach, newly remod.
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Looking for Invesiment 3422sf, 5/4+bonus, 3 car Call 912-632-8511 for Line, No Pets, $515/MonBs ON DO A 13EACH o M'BURG-K0a$k SOUT04l280-91
Property? Call me6 gar, f 6nancin3avail, details. JayWilliams RIVER FRONT PROPERTY 6PLX BRK COLLEGE ST 563.0350 or8A&1601e CONDO 212, all new, mci 0 M'BURG-Black SOUTHSIDE-3/1
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D81Tennessee. 6.9 acres & takebchaccess. must e br fla. 3500sf larme backyard
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a -- a'lL ..i. i oe accep[eo c Condomiuium CREDIT? 904.737.0144 Willow Lakes oinArl W DE m.an, menitie PL King l 1
reignan eing7Conraa Ag ri 0 the loan. 771-9055 www.acafla.com 7,03 Hanr, A.e $105um 904a 494650 W. WearI Rver ,oae S r90pg912 741293
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'aul la- rer,oall-n' o .s.1993 W 2Oh $21.9K $SIDEBA-YMEADOWS0dep. 904 90858844
'-.o '.,ilri-.':':.T, ti,".,u-i'dAdo, -, OAKLEAF Preserve ic,'. 503 Bridier Si $34 9K NORTHSIDE 3BR SPECIAL Brina ne, 2,2.5 TH all NORTHSIDE Rent To Own
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5613-2 San Jose Blvd. HOME LOANS r s ne ..r 2 2 Summer. I,. n hme E'ZDuval Realty of Jax NORIHSIDE Lg 1,2,& 3BRs. S'SIDE Hillwood Condo NORThSIDE Rent to oan WS 3/LS+,Bonus
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Unfurnished Trades Trades 5 For Sale 9 Furniture Furniture Furniture Furniture
Wslde.2/1. New A iTAr AVIATION SHEET METAL GRADER, DOZER, ARMED & UNARMED GASEDGER 9 DINING ROOM TABLE ,, Entertainment SOFA. $50. Blue TABLE- glass din-
tile throughout & CH&A.REAL ESTATE MECHANIC POSITIONS. TRACKHOE, SECURITY OFFICERS $65 awmucher, $75. w/6charsandlghted Center- solid witlae pink, nngrmbleset,
Detached garage/large Heavy structure expe- ROLLER OPERATORS& Class D &G certified ,' Upright)Vacuum"$W, no, 1 ChlnaCabinet(oa l.131pcs., 8-5Sft. two 1)' smllnflower 41 tincudestable and
front & bkyd. $750mo. I Week Day Class June 5 rience required. 5 years OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS, Call 475-1860 Boys 20' Bike, $10. $690. En. Sitter, solid l ighted glass design. Three 4 chairs. $3
Max Star Rty 52 7216. Week Eve Class August21 experience min. Exten- Exp'd, for N. St. Johns Acordian 120 Base, oak $490. 718- 6314 cablnetrs. lighted. cushion. Two pillows, Michael 264250
Superior Instruction sive knowledge of Co. Project. DFWP Apply at i 1 781-6222 des6/barV.G.C0ll pretty, but wo some.
W'side 3/2, 3434 Glen St. www.mi.com hardware, rivets, metal 7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE 755 Miscellaneous GRILL-FIESTA GAS DINING RM SET 904-261-867 92 65
off Cassett newly 2o4 69-2555 alloys and close toler- R-FIESTAGASTABLE- solid oak,
all 904-280-914 Must be U.S. citizen. Now hiring full time FIBERGLASS INSULATION U a0T MA$S-,qee. tetean nI tared
cF a x r e s u m a: manufacturing posi- INSTALLER TRAINEES Ca1Iims778. $1000,ftioweredsors, Mer$80ch r.
W'SIDE-Quite N'hood Estate Institute 904.542.5821. tions, including forklift Bafts & Blown, Exp ort90rs23965 $200.5410313/ 6514302 t" off white excellent oo, Beautifull1912-729-7307
Newly Remod 3/1, garage Real Estate Sales June 1st operators ual ifled is a plus FL drivers lic T rD S Moving to Chicag o nditonsim obo
fenced bckyd. $785 + de. ealEstate Appraisal July 3rd CARPENTERS eectricians, electro- req'd. t Itra motor-call 90414142 aft
963 AllisonSt.3180191 RealEstate BrokerJuly3rd UPRIGHT mechanical and line 2800ClydoRd.733-9188 La /iz wheelcharused beautiful honey, oak, 860.857"3126 or Sp Musical
Araopportn tWeioffe D Messenger PT hsfS50 o tch g ett 843254560.LikeNewt-dininro 970 Meuhadise/
500 ooDown U OWN R 8070 CONSTRUCTION INC operators. e T .w/2Oleaves,6 86245 eNe FA dinin room
real.opportunity with Messenger FT/PT many options to list hutchlots of other items. table, r &chairs, erie
LAEZ sMFREE RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS benefits. are Driver FT/PT 149 -s230c m c aMesServices
Call the Hotlne 3881208 ALLIANCESchool Of TOPPAY& located West of Jack- $500Signing Bonus KEYBOARD- COMPAURTwLh maker, argewood DmSets(iSO)$149Ui
CALL FOR MOVE IN Mortgage Lending SIGN ON BONUS sonville in a growing tBrink's Inc. is the pre- CassioCallo$2. 2 DRESSERS monorSpeakers, framed mirror, vacuum &
SPECIALStQunefits community. Contact mier provider of ,twinmattress& BEDROOM FURNITURE keyboard,&epsonaT, $49Up87-GS27
CA av 90plW/ 5kp. Mortgage Processor May26thP *a id vacations 275-2833 and ask for tation.dThe customer- $50 ea. 249-1666s DE OL tlomis e A$50
Homes ALLIANCE kpCAM8c-2524 Daytime irdernal expe The company alsohas a O CALL6450630 Nightstands $ ea xr 19f V. D ean .
ARGYLEa3&4BR2DW Title AgencMyrSchool Callow5a e toolH/R. focused individual wckae 9RN 1 3 DRAWrER SONETALLc Smo Jest, 9so 1 fable m 1en
ohind.erCovSui o ga e Software Trng $125 54plsFulMedical/Dental Pkg WEEKENDS DRSE UpRto 36" TCIN good Quexellnszset, on. T isIBANEZR22or
Srrfctite Cycloslng-$295 -ES Company Partial ntegriMICROFIBER SOFA L E Unda.783 0197T O tdesp table PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
Call Greg 376.5190 Title Agent Exam Prep$295 with commercial & will be self- motivated. FATng 401k ER'S DAY MIRRORS. $800 qun size slean2end YAM9 ft case, pedals, 2
Homesprn 40 hrTitle Agent Course $495 pl seeking Residential ceQuarterly Profit sharing a GIFT. OFFER 0, tables WHOLEvAL E 714 0141
W th as little as $1000. *S afoorsttedau roal Nowhiring exp'de nernror Ja csron vile Northh *p at V ao n R se en Trac r adm $ ENT MEENTER / B Michael26r28rr
ALLINCE ca iro Carpeters pd -nspv n.aeAROUND $100. p317-6618en m fefo1-. Callr 0ahesanoffer.
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mosARGYLE 3 & 4 ALLIANCE HOME enefi susthaveown d s 632-0500 D ayFWP Qualifiedcandidateswill 9in15-cluding:WEEEND Upwood 0grdh x TodAoupEgt3
on W'sidrvt lotC, $800-W/D hkp June 9th 'June 13th dA8CE CONSTRUCO pressopeeratsors *u i stu ns
Shindler Cove Subd4jndit-8070 Evenins90-26-n oexe i "assta
Call Greg -90 Title Closing $ J95 aa seeks expd: email@example.com Com Wenam -i drat Call7577009PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
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down & buy It after 6 for schedules To rimnges ntmeioroJ cksnile rthaidK ( 3i r is a 20r $5 cCENTERHd
N'SIDESW3mI HomDP INSPECTOR SCHOOL tools/transp. 284-3753 benefits. Plea must. is an equal opportunity gyms. $25, for it all, headboard, dning backwit to
$80am, $60 ndep Be agCertifiedoHome tact Bill at 904-237-9251. -Successful Polygraph O$lea. everything excel- ooard oak con- andchnarveroodcondi-
Becom nsu sexamaiaortnTimlargeemodularulenticoes tiNURaER4-WORKiR 2ooll20sx4', new pump+n
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LARGE 2-STORY r(904ME Arl/S'side488053085070 grown expanding site contra side sal es,555 ore press rs TERMITE&PEST $40. 912-510-6522
$400mo. +$5400 dep. tractor/road builder in Mgt. Call 14-1090Plean sacrifice forilll.
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$450 incis tls om472 COLLECTONPartme/Fuompetitive salaries & NURSERY760 PaWORKER Pool 20'x4', new pump
MAND/JULfrd stov.Lg Increased business wages. Excellent benefts.- Mechanic 4 10 hours wkly. all accsrs $400. ChainlitaryNortheast Florda
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dep, $400. 260-2617 Work near home Corporate 352-5384-o0282 of e reRS a$30.904264-73
S'sde nr Bch/Unversity, reps Expd or not, will call (904) 7265990 were looking r oing n R
Flexibsalen2 dayim 5rio.o oirOL and Southeast Georlooingfofia is
otgin722 -2229 x 3255 for 5-14 x23 updating our Fullsizecard
S RoomsANGEPARK Must have 127/3169 foar ECTRC & OFFICE PERSON igat tusohbpcusaorilg board stald p.
LARGEC2-STORY ROME Ar /S'sde42 308S wa g g s dCTOnR Exc. pay & work hours. for ia Peed. iL onI
I WITN POOL, $325 Beaches242-823S to rroadnbuilde rinate Call741-55S55orappl CTERMITE&PESTha. $40. 912-50-6522
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ON SMOKINGMATHEle at s B nefits. KoriginaBeautfulo buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
ORANGE PK $00 D Heay equipmknow what enManagement5 your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
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dock$1500wk94a731-3837 for an ISC) Information Systems Coordinator/ires I er- es-4 70 Musical Merchandise/ Silver Eagles +.' '
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352- 376-9644 www. resum es t M utea o for9earlyam. & week 9BoBuyars
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maton System Coord are as follows25. Cll 2 per- Ing PEDS. M ust eteamsr 1
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other equipment as necessary. TASO responsi-e parlor sets oe
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Industrial for Rent anrd processing classified / unclassified infor- Oak, mirror back, glass b lam n lw
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foroSa Equal ZAare encouraged to apply.O paqces SUN JUNe$.,t"
for Rent STYLIST- COMMISSION IComputera.ihh ittems. lawn$L
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upscale Mard. Salonr.T WHIRLPOOLSiS, Movingmust"sell eery-
50 omIrnder/oustial -C lleni 268-0 6r Whirlpool range thingast92722792
20 acres stream:30i n.2.' :. tOrinr,,269.1479'VrsonVCRn whirlpool,
owner.--newbranch.com .-DC DANCES .washer--odre, ;r.t
Industry lWackns 3991103i. 3 $50). 269 1478 Ti. 6`r. en ,ale
For Real RANGE WHIRLPOOL Tne iparKe P13o'
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TB&CPHILLIPROS 737 Real Estate enike new, cash only.
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roll.- p cirs.$ 2J'rni tL D G EICENSED RE. AGENT. L...
Businesses"L______E__.1:'-1D "" .oFREEZER- Lawn Mower.oMTD.
ouSineSses k 1 .0 per h,:,ur with semaker.d&200. a4h b e
or0 saleo 1520Ii. MARtS REAL ESTATEh% seall micrwave. sel f-propelled, $8
'__ rf re ___t.,. n,_., r __,_ $r e n t 35. electric stove, $75. Dish- G s. S2Trimer S, i "
IOUSalesr washer. $70. 777 0594 CASND A Ta Lawn Mower. 2 150 '.
BEAUTY & BARBERSHOPWA5 cODRERllHE0 26 14 -
E Gi-ablitted ciernie745 __seted__e__ WASHER DRYe HEAVY 4
A NerETAIL rCrTn .e'.-W-.. a269 R 2ro1racr. Hard Pan Fill Dirt"& Sand
quick saiE RgENc. ,,4-587,eh-"-:-r rih-i enor.-Really BE Household
or call (904) 398-2090 for further information C ng i .. -. .. .-.. o. i BED 3?-f B aui..ui -: '
1c-r a r-:r t..: .... u. i -. AQUARIm r .-M r.-.1.-0 MEooM ooc- 7 9
and to schedule an appointment. EOi rrm ..Tc -lriQ .:,;.ur.- Compele55AUIon & m[nt ..'.i r, aic -.r
Sl F.v" D Dru-.Fr,; v.'orkpl ,e L'I. B. E I'0 E' 5r ri r..l, L vdh solid wood stand. arr 3'i 3 5200 C n c ai,.
r . fillers., fish. accesso-
a a.. f,0an oar ,-."n T nes. everything goes. Io- BED $370 ALL NEW
Call o04 424 3799 VISCO Memory Foam -. c
Financial 752 ltarehou e BABY STROLLER .S 040 Kir, irrri $599
0 Bn w carier and car (904)674-0405
unities FORKLIFT OPERATOR pen. he bassinet r. iNE
Opportunities PE ,*m Fut bl.e playBe D arre Sic"f
555 Drstributorships/ *Lr -p-r.ir.-:-; i.:-r i -, baby bouncer. All for $145. Car. d, 1...r 191 0015
Franchises MANACING CASH IN OCIETY E.,:cr.an. u-u._r.buti:.-, 668 4644. 693 2574
5i60Financialservices Center. Temporary, full BED .-ana nanme K: a ill
nnirv --_- time, may lead to per- BIKE. Little Tykes r,a:., ET 29-_ N-.n ..
565 Money to Lend manent. Fax resume bike trailer, con- 3rr Coi ad 391 0015
ororrrow B'M0nEvrm oiiiigirI to 904-777-7183; Nex- versttopush -
570 Mortgages Bought com Human Resources, buggy seats, 2 very BEDROOM SET- 4
and Sold Bldg 554, NAS Jax. EOE durave, good condi- piece set. Queen
tion asking $50 395.2653 XJJ mattress, boy-
tnkg096 spring mirror.
Bus 2.sBOAT/CAR SHED dresser night stand.
5r5 Business I! J D I I12'x30'. Covered me .ium oak.
550 Opportunities TR;UCK r 0 TRI AININ G L twoisides and conte ory stVle. $900
back. 12' peak. o 491796
UNIFORM STORE 3V EEK HANDS-0N TRAINING Tarp24x30'4new. BED S.--icF.a'.r.
By owner. Priced tosell. IR1fl4-0EMAND D RIvirjG JOBS' E T e ia, reri a .. n
Call 904-629-2579[ . DISHWASHER 'Re '95' -
C"J' P(IrcED I KENMORE CiIS"5 43 fCan di,.
(I. f-PA t-SPO SORED White,neverused BUNKBEDS-TWIN.
TLFn REIMUR.SEMET $125. Zenith HDTV 27 Red brown only
games, $125. Cal1 3863724 w I matt. 300.-
_ ,_3 J0B PLACEMENT AS'SISTAJCE Entertainment Call 779 1251
1 Center-$75. 251n. COFFE TABLEx "
R03ADMASTER .Colorgtvr 5, $125Green marble,
Education and ,11 large ru .$100, herry wood,-
Training ,-$35. Call'77 5I56 tion, $75. 90 261-8673 n,,.. .
600 Private Instruct EXERCISE BIKE, Dining Rm Set
6 sPivatnstruction .(904)783 3iM ii- risco
610 Specialty Training/ 8001 831 1300 VW .ROADMASTER.COM $40, entertainment $250. Antique chairs,
Events center. Holds 32" TV, $100 e., vanity/desk chair,
$100 call 645- 0630 $55. 904 -260-6187
26 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 1, 2006
THIS IS NOT THE FLOOR
IT'S A TREASURE MAR
Your home could be hiding
some valuable treasure.
More than 40 years ago, Grandmn1
gave you a nice bundle of Series
Savings Bonds. So you put them ini
safe place and forgot about them.. BUI
they're still around somewhere, vwaitingM
for you to rediscover them. And even though
your old Series E Bonds are no longer earning
interest* they could still be worth more than
5 times their face value. So why not
put your money back to work?
Redeem those old bonds for cash,
or if they qualify, exchange them
for Series HH Savings Bonds at your
local financial institution. To find
out more, call 1-800-4US BOND, or
write to Savings Bonds, Parkersburg,
WV 26106-1328 and ask for a current values
chart. Begin searching your memory then
start searching your house. Because old Savings
Bonds are a treasure worth digging for.
Do you have old Savings Bonds? Check out the Savings Bond Calculator
at www.savingsbonds.gov to discover their value.
Pre-December 1965 Series E Savings Bonds stop earning interest
at 40 years, and those purchased after Novernber 1965) stop at 30 years.
A public service of this newspaper
GOLF CLUBS- set
men's golf clubs.
10a-5:30p. Mon -Thur.
4-AW, $75. Hogan
Edge. 1,3 PW $90,
Millenium 2000 over-
size 4- PW, $75, 220-0340
SC HUNT CLUB needs a
few good members.
Lodging included. Days
nights call 904.6931626
Solana home gym $975.
Gym quality exercs bike
$700. Weight bench,
curl bar. 2001b weights
$250. 904.-631. 2442
99o Wanted To
99 Buy Or Trade
Local music teacher
seeking pianos and
keyboards for stu-
dents. Must be reasonably
priced. Contact Lisa,
Classifieds work! 359-4321
Thurs Fri Sat 9-5. 27227
Trotting Horse Trail
1010 ets &
1 1 Supplies
BOSTON TERRIERS 8wks,
beautiful, CKC, $400
Cash. 998 8640/751-0333
BOSTON TERRIERS PUPS
AKC, 1st s/w, 6wks $500
& up. 912.381.6031
BOXERS PUPS AKC. POP,
fawn/blk mask 5M/2F
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
Cairn Terrier 'Toto' pups
M, F, POP, S/W HC $600
757-1086 or cell 610 4250
CAVALIER KING CHARLES
SPANIEL: gentle loving
21m. spayed ruby F/$900
cash (813) 838-1290
CHIHUAHUA $275. Poms
$425 Peke-ShItzu $250.
ALL CKC 904- 449 -8882
AKC $300. 2 litters 1st
shots, hith cert. Ready
to go 6/28. 850-929-2054
Long & short hair, from
$350- $500. 904 757.8567
DACHSHUND PUPS, Mini
LH, CKC, 3/Ms $300ea.
Doberman AKC Pups,
chp bin, all colors 904-
chmp bldln, $700.Good
temp 229 247 5493
LAB PUPPIES AKC yellow,
choc & black. POP Ready
6/24 $400 ($100 dep will
hold) 352- 235-1273
AKC, weeks $500
of Orange Park
I."101) Blidllii f lrI 'vil "' iI J
Jf.tl-;U- Illl oilc r J !u bIll ,ti,.-ll llli
895, Ij pviIld HRjlijii fhl
L 11 1 7- 1 41 .1 4
TOM BUSH BMW
41 11. dlliin 11l1LA II
r nll I S ii]; --1 ir.'
41t. 'ull :d ,BI'i1 4 .1.,
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4701) 1i41l1r1.id' 1,- 61W f41 .2 II
N 9 s9 ini ni) m d .-. .110
.'83 i jri M I ). l Ai ji) i -.J'1"1i
COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
1liUj) Pri,1. H, ,
.61 lll. n l'1 h llli '2'Il)
JERRY HAMM CHEV
.'liU Phi p 1 H1 i' i. II.IJt,
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
I I Bp.ir 1B]l 448- 1
I r i J ,.Jt Avl I3 --41141
I L1USI Cou n 1". 4441
Chrysler of Orange Park
I1II I'I LiII, l .i, rll'll': -'I -1 411
i .U .:Ar. !
41 llJ- -II i 1 A
)1q All ,i .li 1, f.42 -'1.01)
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
lijOifi' iiwir iii'': '- M 24 If'
ORANGE PARK DODGE
;2',3 6iillllll) 1.1'1 ) ', .1
1. '4' rl -' II ,l 1 lll 'i 1 '; 14
Il, Lj'ii A.,- l4' 'l I
LAB PUPPIES AKC 1 Male,
3 Females, Born 3/25/06
HC, $850. 879-1586
MALTESE PUPPIES AKC,
Males, Cash only
904-779- 6531/553- 7638
PIT BULL PUPS RED
NOSE 1M 1F S/W $250ea
PITT BULL PUPPIES
4/- 3/4 FOR SALE
Call John or Juanita at
904 891-7839 or 891- 9520
POODLES, AKC, Shots.
Iblk very sm. T.cup fem
$575; Iblk toy fern $450;
POODLE TOY PUPS, CKC
2 cream M/$400. 1 white
F/$450 472-1385/53S- 7717
POODLE/Toys, AKC, HC,
3F/1M, apricot, silver &
cream. Cash 6193945
AKC, POP, 1M/1F, $550.
papers, 904 535 0094
Rottweiler Pups AKC reg
w/pprs 5F, 2M. 9 wks
old $500 each (904)
259-2146 or 334-4907
when you've seen the
rest, come see the best.
TOY POODLES, Poms,
Shih Tzu, Chihuahuas
and others. Fits 18
41- hp plus. Never
installed. $50 firm.
904-264-6054 after 4
3. Baha Cruiser 02'
S 257 walk around,
1 5.7Lmercrusler, I/O
loaded with trailer.
Moving North. $35K obo.
board, $S0O0 obo,
29.6' MONTEREY '94,
Twin Volvo 434's,
S JET SKI 92'
tltRunner III. new engine,
call 912 882 6444
4 APEX A-9
2002, rigid, inflatable
S boat with 15HP
282.4094 or cell
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
2005 Luxury Design 42'
2br 5th whi, 3 slides,
Aided, loc. in Lake City, FL
1230 RV's &
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
I 36' Bus, Exc. condition, I
may be seen online
villeflorlda.b z. see a
L the details.Call
,. COACHMAN CAT-
ALINA Ite, fully
loaded, double and
S bunk beds, sleeps
6, a/c, heat, stove,
shower, $9500, 485- 0013
4, DUTCHMAN FIFTH
4 BUNKHSE ED. 02'
28ft long cable, call 264 -6239
for more info, sleeps 8+
4 ATC 2005 20 cc
Scam color lights
4I reverse four stroke
less than 10 his
$1500.00 firm 622-8391
ATV CAMO COZOR
S trans four cycle, less
that 10hrs., reduced
$1500 firm or trade.
4 Chevy Lumlna 1992
S good condition
V Runs excellent new
tires $1200 Carlos
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON
03' softail deuce,
S excellent condi-
tion 3400mi, quick
release leather bags,
ra kept $15,500
Michael 542- 9670(w)
Harley FXR Custom
lowered, drag bars,
Sdrag pipes, S&S
Carb, extras, $8K obo.
.. 04'. 600
S 8200 miles, $500 in
condition, $4400 obo,
call 904 874 4844
YAMAHA FZ1. 02'
newin 2003, adult
owned, garage kept,
7400 miles, $4900obo,
1310 Auto Parrts
BFG MUD TERRAINS
1|T (5) 33in. with only 5K
XLJmiles, reg. $1200+ only
$550. Call 406- 2698/
422-8657/542- 2302 x 513.
J. BOAT/CAR SHED
12' x30' covered two
sides & back. 12' peak
'tarp. 24' 30' new
kI two sides and back
12' peak tarp,
241x30' new. 542. 2727
':,1 AIj ugui e l I' ,
Hildj "j- r LiluTly Hei-1111 Irjl ,
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
1',i- 1rir ily,': HA i 24.. j. '
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
14 l ii A iIn lvil ;) .'r4-1..0u
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
11r.11 P1rihiil Hwy '4I.1 4
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
q 01 ll, h: 1B1 -. il
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
b lipih I(,4's. ,i',,,,' '', 41.1)"
COGGMHONDA ON ATLANTIC
I lIii Aiii'lh ,, Ii
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
.1 II. H II I I ":1' 1- i l 11: 4i.
OF THE AVENUES
i i ll' 1'liii ,. H i, '1-1 Il'I
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
of ORANGE PARK
it.N .Il Jll l'lfd I il il IVI11
I)U.lJ Alljn i i. vil i4 14 h '..1
l l.ll}' Aliill' ll 1 14'r i ;111
r i.iTe.Ill iu 'f [ITI
11 11 A l l A ll, ll] --.' I':.
1 ,. lIl :llh i l l 1 ; l1
Jeep of Orange Park
l',1 I l'. 411 1,] 1."i' 1)i
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
4"11 Ahlli in 1i4-
RAY CARTER KIA
1 ,1 BLIjiil1iT 1 ,1 I III H
L Ti lE 11 R.. :-14
MATHENY LAND ROVER
All.iiiiA : 14 il t .i4" I ll
1310 Auto Parrts
4, DUNLOP LOW
P.I. PROFILE TIRE
205/40Z, R17 80W. SP
6Sport. FM 901. Steel
belted like new, $50.
4. DURATEC ENGINE
S98' 2.SL, 120k miles,
our of contour LX,
F rits 1980 to 1996F. 150,
, short bed clamps and
third brake light. Must
sell. $100.912- 729-2792
4. Ford Bronco
wheels, 5 lug 15"x7.5"
4 alloy in good condi-
ion. Set of four. $150
95' rims. 5 spokes,
$100 obo, call
after 4pm, Iv msg.
542 0719 x 220
4 SEARS X. CARGO
CARRIER. $40 obo,
call after 4pm,
317-0630 Iv msg.
A SPARE TIRE and
S WHEEL for 1986
SVolvo 240 sz 175/80
D 14. Never on
* Ground $70, 268 2482
L $300 obo, call after
4pm. 317- 0630 Iv msg.
Or $700 & you buy battery
1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k
mi., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 772-0612 Today
A Lariat Ranger XLT
F350 1979,460 -
eng. at.ps, pb,
single cab,2 wheel
drive. Good work truck.
$1500 obo, 294-8186
ACURA RSX '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
,y1iAUDI TT CONV. '02
25K miles. $21,680
LEXUS OF JACK-
7 BMW X3 3.0 '06
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/7\1 BMW Z4 3.0 Convt
;'OS. Premium pkg,
fully equip. $37,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK LESABRE '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
I Buick Riviera '91
creamuff ust see"
Or $700 & you buy battery
1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k
mi., flip down foot rests
for passengers in back-
seats, runs/needs some
body work-no dents.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 772. 0612 Today
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET CAVALIER '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU LS '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET IMPALA '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CORVETTE '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, Chevy Lumina 94'
EURO, food reliable
L car, blue book $2500,
asking $1400 obo,
please call 904415 1235/
y : CHRYSLER 300
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
C CHRYSLER 300C
-, HEMI '05 Leahter,
I sunroof, CD,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'06 Immaculate cond.,
loaded, must sell quick!
$500 down wac. 389.7700
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE NEON R/T '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE NEON SXT '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE STRATUS SXT '05
Excellent shape, must
sell. WAC take over
pymts $286/mo. 389 7700
FORD 500 '05. Low miles.
Factory warranty, like
new, save thousands!
SUBARU OF JAX
1101 I All I11 M ri d 11 64
KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
I w l' II 'I jII lli, i Tll I ll- i ini
l1 1Y4 i Alliiilh v I ),v l I il.llll
COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
t.',UI -,,n h ,i '. I. 1-')I)\u
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
13 1jl i,. '.,!I Aer m3') i4' .
ASH TISDELLE VW
1} 1. W l n I I.)in 'l '4l' l.'l:'
TOM BUSH VW
Phi. li p. w V1 [
li l ll .,ll I.1i 'o ,l I- .'
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
1 11" 11 1 llJII h l '4 ll
LUCAS AUTO PARK
.' 1il., ll.il,'i .11 4. 4111.11
Lexus of Jacksonville
Tom Bush Autoplex
V.I.P. AUTO SALES
I. i lhPIi I 4H '3.1.'4
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
I r,"y l "1E 1 H p|."L 'l ." '1 1
.1 I ,. I I I I
d FirebIrd 4'V6, AT:
T both recently
wheels,ck extra, hatch-
back, turbo hood 1987
FORD CROWN VIC '05
FORD ESCORT '00
Great condition, priced
for immediate sale $3995
FORD FOCUS SE '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GT Convertible, 96'.
blue w/ black top
718-6314 or 716-8223
FORD MUSTANG '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SE'03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SEL'02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
& HONDA ACCORD 99'
SLX. Exc. cond. 111k
S miles, good ac,
287-9159, Iv msg.
HONDA ACCORD EX '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 4877
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD EX '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
HONDA CIVIC LX '06
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC EX '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA SONATA '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA XG350 L '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Keystone Cabana 19R1
STrave Trailer sleeps 6,
S 3 yr old, exc. cond.,
Lightweight easy to tow
KIA SEDONA EX '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
LINCOLN LS V8 '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '03
TOM BUSiH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
,) MAZDA MIATA '01
Extra low miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCEDES SL500 o99
black, 55K mi. $31,000
Place your ad. 3594321
MMITSUBISHI LANCER '03SHI
ECLIPSE 03. G S
to asking $12u00 or best
.. 5 spd, blue / white
Itd thr ins., 80K mL 5.0
parts, $6K call Garrett,
MUSTANG GT 04'
.. Orange, charcoal
leather, int. 4.5L, 5sp,
40th anniversary ed..
Classified work! 3594321
NISSAN XTERRA '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Ec Pace Arrow 36'.
Class 'A' Motor-
miles, new tires,
6.5kw. Onan Gen, 454
Chevy eng/trans 3rd
owner. $7500obo, call
Erick M 912-882-5646
S TRANS AM 95'
S new transmission
paperwork, new tires,
t. tops, 6espd, $8K mst
sell 904 655-0685
PONTIAC GUNFIRE '05
Excellent condition, can
finance w/$350 down.
Call 389 3-7700
Place your ad. 359-4321
SUZUKI VERONA '05
Immaculate, loaded, low
miles, must sell fast
$12,975. Call 389.7700
Sell it quick! Call 3594321
TOYOTA AVALON XLS '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
\TOYOTA CAMRY LE
'05. Leather, CD,
S fully eqpt, only 11K
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA COROLLA '06
Loaded, save thousands
of $$ from new $229mo.
Sell it quick! Call 359-4321
TOYOTA CAMRY '05
Save your gas money!
Low miles, loaded,
warr. $269/mo. 334-7253
Classifieds work! 3594321
CE 05'. CE, 4cyrCD
S disc. cruise con-
trol power lock alarm,
$1l5,600obo, 772- 7795/
TOYOTA CAMRY '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JaX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 1, 2006
1325Automotive Trui cks/ Tr
m AticLpeLsteer CHEVY S 10 LS 01', GMC YUKONI
rasower .. zr234wdext cab '03 TV/DVD
doors/ mirrors. \j/3rddoor,43V6.a/t. Immaculate.
bas, ABS leather 7796184/7077056 GMC YUKC
ROB- XCa cold ACA/F, TOM BUSHAUTO
Looks Good Runs Good Sell it quick! C,
Trucks,Vans,SUVs'00-05 $3750 Call 631-2215 HONDA CR
CK 196 Fleet- GORDON CH
Military < side custom, new 904-272
and $2sOobo. Call Ed HONDA PILC
Civilian 912 882.5646 Stk#3299C
CCHEVY SILVERADO TOM BUSH AUT
o [ DOWN I 97', C1500, ext cab JEEP
E R O b auto, V8,2 wd, AC, CHERI
EVERYBODY rone suer clean, caie/
brno 94743-0609 low miles
~RIDESLEXUS OF JAC
RIDES! CHEVY TAHOELT '04 998-01
Chris 662- 0726 Stk#1228A $21,988
Chris 662- 0726 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.48T77 UL
DODGE DAKOTA 'OS 4dr,. NAVI
auto, loaded, low miles, Black
1335 $2000 or Less warr. $15,900. 3347253 new, fully ec
DODGE DAKOTA '03 LEXUS OFJAC
Buick Park Avenue Club cab, alarm, door 998-0
S1988 all electric locks 13K mi, prvt o. MIT
Slleather interior ownerS12,950; 5711667 T GMALA
runs good. great sunroo
body tow packa DODGE DAKOTA '01 Very 1-/ A
Daniel 772-0197 low miles cleanest in a/tki AboS
Jacksonvile Must sell! kicker bo
CAO.CWETWOO $8975. Call 389.7700 $00. 77
DODGE DAKOTA qUAD'02 NISSAN TIT
Stk#F854 $13,988 NIS rSmainTeI
$800 CASH OMB AFP 4dr remainder
$800 CASH TOM BUSH AUTOPEX 371.4877 tra ocean
Or $700 & you buy battery DODGE RAM 3500, Assume pdown
I 2005 -Diesel dually .d.:
1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k w/comp towing pkg ? ROOI
body work-no dents. DODGE RAM 1500 '95, utiMles in
Great restoration project 4x4, blue, 5.2L Magnum Orange Pa
Don't let this deal (or (318) Exc. cond. Mich. fromNIAS 3,
car) rust away. LTX Tires, tint, over
tr*Y***4-***4-**f $3500 in access. AT, SCION S
Call 772-0612 Today Maint. recordskept. Stk#G121
SFORD TAURUS90' OlSkmi, MAUst see & drve TOM BUSH AUTO
rned buot 904-866-5022 s04d t7 hTOYOT
runs but needs DODGE RAM SLT'04 '9 S LIM
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