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New Leader
VS-24 Holds Change Of Command
Page 4


Base Marina
Outdoor Activities Abundant Here
Pages 8-9


THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2006


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By CMDCM Jim McLain
HS-15 CMC
Acrew of 63 "Red
Lions" from HS-15
returned home last
weekend after completing
the first six-month phase of
a year-long mission in the
Middle East.
Led by Cmdr. Todd
Flannery, HS-15's executive
officer, they made up just
over half of the newly
formed 2515th Navy Air
Ambulance Detachment
based at Camp Buehring,
Kuwait, providing emer-
gent medical transportation
services to patients
throughout the area of
responsibility (AOR). The
balance of the detachment


was made up of 45 Sailors
from HSC-25, homeported
in Guam.
Corpsman from both the
Atlantic and Pacific fleets
augmented both groups to
provide in-flight medical
assistance and stabilization
to en route patients.
The returning "desert
warriors" were relieved last
month by another crew of
Red Lions commanded by
Cmdr. "Skip" Trahan, HS-
15's current commanding
officer and a detachment
from HSC-21, homeported
in San Diego.
This new group will com-
plete the second six-month
phase before being relieved
See HS-15, Page 11


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Photos by Shannon Leonard
Lt. Brad Hoyt of HS-15 hugs his wife, Amy, as he
returns home.


Austin Pratt, son of USO Airport coordinator Lynne Pratt, and Conor
Flannery, son of HS-15 Executive Officer Cmdr. Todd Flannery, patiently
wait for the HS-15 crew members to arrive.


File Photo
Lightning strikes in the distance behind an SH-60F Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the
"Tridents" of HS-3, on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore
Roosevelt (CVN 71) in November 2005.


By PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Staff Writer


Lightning is one of nature's many
beautiful, natural phenomena. An
electrical storm is a wonder to
watch, but be sure to do it indoors to
avoid being a victim of electrical shock.
According to the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA), an average
of 80 people in the U.S. are killed and 300
are injured annually by lightning.
The state of Florida is known as the
lightning capital of the world since it
experiences more lightning strikes than
any other state in the country, as well as
having the highest rate of death and
injuries caused by lightning. Florida
averages 10 deaths and 30 injuries per
year, according to the University of
Florida's National Agriculture Safety
database.
As summer approaches, the chance of
lightning related injury or fatality rises.
Electrical storms are more common from
late spring until early autumn as a result
of atmospheric changes bringing in more
heat and humidity, causing thunder-
storms that produce lightning.
During these summer months we enjoy
many outdoor recreational activities such
as golfing, boating and swimming that
boost our one in 600,000 chance of being
struck. Before you plan an outdoor activi-
ty the weather should be monitored care-
fully. The National Weather Service
broadcasts forecasts via FM radio; televi-
sion and newspaper forecasts should be
monitored as well.


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Boaters should be particularly wary of
electrical storms, as it will take them
longer to reach shelter. Especially dan-
gerous in an electrical storm, the boat is
going to be the largest thing protruding
from the flat surface of the sea so the
lightning is going to be drawn to it.
Even if the craft is "lightning-protected"
the lightning will strike the highest pro-
truding object and search for the quickest
route to the ground, which is through the
boat that you are in contact with, the
mast, a fishing pole, or any other conduc-
tor including yourself.
During an electrical storm, you should
seek shelter inside immediately. Follow
the "30-30 Rule" that is guidelines by the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA). If you see light-
ning and thunder follows within 30 sec-
onds or less, seek shelter as the storm is
within .six miles. Wait 30 minutes after
the last clap of thunder until you venture
outside again.
Dave Colburn, deputy occupational
safety and health manager at the NAS
Jacksonville Safety Department, thinks a
car is a good place to take shelter in dur-
ing an electrical storm, "If you can not get
inside but you are near your car, get in
and roll up your windows. Make sure the
entire car is sealed. That's not because the
rubber tires will provide any protection,
they provide absolutely none, it's just that
lightning is going to follow the path of
least resistance and if you don't have any
thing in contact with metal it's not going


See LIGHTNING, Page 11


Photos by PH3 Mark Braden
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton congratulates Secretary of the Navy Donald Winter after pre-
senting him with the key to the city.


Battle of Midway



celebrated at dinner


Secretary of the Navy Donald
Winter, left, greets Battle of Midway
veteran Huey Dawson at the Battle
of Midway Dinner Friday night.


Battle of Midway veteran John
Hancock (right) presents Comman-
der, Navy Region Southeast Rear
Adm. Mark Boensel with a special
plaque during the dinner.


By PH3 Mark Braden
Special Contributor
More than 400 participants in decorated
dress uniforms and elegant evening gowns
experienced the annual Battle of Midway
Commemoration at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in
downtown Jacksonville Friday evening.
The Navy League of Mayport and the Greater
Jacksonville United Services Organization spon-
sored this year's event.
The dinner recognized veterans who fought in the
Battle of Midway against the Japanese fleet 64
years ago, which was a turning point for control of
the Pacific during WWII. Veterans, accompanied by
their spouses, sons and daughters, came from all
regions of the United States to share stories, remem-
ber old friends and cherish a common bond forged
by courage and determination.
Following dinner, Battle of Midway veteran John
Hancock gave a short speech and presented
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear. Adm.
Mark Boensel with a plaque commemorating the
Battle of Midway.
Guest speaker Secretary of the Navy Donald
Winter then presented each of the 21 Battle of
Midway veterans in attendance with a special
award. After Winter's captivating speech,
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton presented Winter
with a key to the city. The night was concluded with
ballroom dancing to the sounds of Navy Band
Southeast's Big Band.


See MIDWAY, Page 11


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Chapel offers prep classes
The NAS Jax Chapel is offering the Prevention and
Relationship Enhancement Program June 19-20. Monday's
class will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Tuesday's class
will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the NAS Jax Chapel
Center. The program is designed to teach couples communica-


tion skills and ground rules for handling conflict and promoting
intimacy.
The class is open to active duty members and their spouses
or tiancees. The cost is $10 per couple. For more information
and to sign up, call 542-3051/52.


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FROM THE FLEET


Leaders possess great periheral vision


SFLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
"hompson
"tiarijc Fleet Master Chief
Leaders share a com-
mon trait they have
great awareness of
.their surroundings. Never
,content with just looking
,straight ahead, leaders
remove their blinders and
keep a close watch on where
they are going, where they
are and where they came
from. Do you have this kind
of peripheral vision? Do you
,keep your head on a swiv-
|el?'
A common leadership
training phrase is, 'if you see
a problem, you own the
problem.' I think the mean-
ing is clear. Unfortunately,
1'm not sure if enough of you
truly buy into this state-
ment.
Every time one of us
walks by a problem and
.turns a blind eye, we (per-
'aps unintentionally) con-
gne what we see. The long-
t.rm effect is that we (or the
,offenders) become compla-
'cent.
I would like to take a
minute this week to discuss
leadership and why it's so
important that you all not
only say you are a leader,


FLTCM(AW/SW) Jon
Thompson
you prove you're a leader.
Our Navy is getting
smaller; we're building
smaller ships, the number of
individual augmentations is
on the rise and we don't
have any extra people. All
these things combined mean
that today, more than ever
before, each of us is vital to
the future of our Navy, and
the future has no room for
those who can't or won't
lead.
The good news is that
most of you are taking the
challenge in stride and
doing your best to lead and
train others. I've traveled
all throughout Fleet Forces


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Command and I'm still
amazed at your incredible
enthusiasm and energy.
Our accomplishments are
significant and think it's
clear our future is bright.
Having said that, I think
it's important we all pause
now and ask ourselves if
we're doing everything we
can to be the leaders we
would like others to see us
as.
Nothing impresses me
more than to see a Sailor
stop another and correct a
deficiency, whether it is a
failure to salute an officer or
a Sailor violating a uniform
regulation. What doesn't
impress me is watching
Sailors turn a blind eye and
pretending not to see the
problem, or refusing to cor-
rect the deficiency. In my
book, you are either a leader
or you're not a leader.
There's no room in our Navy
for part-time leaders.
Leadership is not a collat-
eral duty it's your most
important duty. We expect a
lot from our Sailors, and
almost all of you deliver in
spades. You've all heard the
phrase, 'you're a Sailor first,
and a rating specialist sec-
ond.'


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SHometown: Los Angeles


Family Life: Married with four
children.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Jax, NAS Corpus
Christi, Texas, USS John F. Kennedy


Career Plans: To make chief, retire and then
work for the Federal Aviation Administration.

Most Interesting Experience: Working
departure control on board USS John F.
Kennedy during a combat cruise 2004.

Words of Wisdom: You make a living by
what you get; you make a life by what you give.

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I particularly like that
phrase because it helps us
all keep things in perspec-
tive. While we all do our
best to be technically profi-
cient in our respective
fields, we all share a com-
mon bond as leaders.
To serve as a Sailor, each
of us is charged with lofty
expectations: We must lead;
we must train our replace-
ments; we must be respect-
ful; we must practice disci-
pline. If you do these
things, you should have no
problem living up to our
core values honor, courage
and commitment.
The other day I heard
someone ask another Sailor,
'Do you have the courage to
honor your commitment?'
Wow. That's pretty good.
The more I thought about
that the more I liked it; it's
actually what made me
want to address leadership
this week.
Think about it leader-
ship takes courage more
than anything else. Most
people know what is right
and wrong, but only the
strongest leaders do their
best to ensure others live up


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"i- is coming in July
Registration for Vacation ..y .
Bible School (VBS) at the
V I I R NAS Jax Chapel is current-
- ly 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.",
- a.. Participants will spend their time 4,F,
o* 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.


Jagimrws


Hey, MoneyMan!
I recently attended a
command brief and some-
one talked about the
Soldiers and Sailors Civil
Relief Act.
He said that the laws had
been changed and that mil-
itary personnel had better
protection and more bene-
fits now. How can I find out
more about this law?
MoneyMan Sez:
The Soldiers and Sailors
Civil Relief Act was enacted
in 1940. In December 2003,
President Bush signed into
law the Servicemembers
Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
which significantly im-
proves the old act.
To get more information
on the SCRA, you can go to
www.usmilitary.about.com/
od/sscra. Some of the new
protections include:
Stays on civil litigation.
Service members can re-
quest a postponement of
Tivil action, including
iyorce and bankruptcy.
:his stay also applies to
^,urt-ordered judgments,
.ge attachments and gar-
mmshments.
'Reduction of loan inter-
est. If you took out a loan


prior to being activated,
you can have the interest
on these loans reduced to 6
percent APR. This can
include rates on credit
cards, mortgages, or even
some student loans.
Eviction protection.
Under the new law, service
members and their families
can not be evicted due to
nonpayment of rent while
on active duty on rental
payments up to $2,400 a
month.
Any service member
whose permanent duty sta-
tion is changed, or who is
deployed for three months
or longer from his or her
duty station, can break a
lease without penalty.
Vehicle lease termina-
tion. Any active duty serv-
ice member who is deployed
away from his or her per-
manent duty station for at
least six months can termi-
nate a car, truck or other
vehicle lease without penal-
ty.
These are just a few of
the many changes in the
law. Of course, for more
detailed information, con-
tact your legal officer or the
Navy Legal Services Office.


These new protections are
great for our military fami-
lies but please make sure
you talk with the experts
and fully understand the


rules before you take any
action.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


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SUNDAY


SERVICES


You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass


Sunday -


8:15 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass


11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JiiI A NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The Jx AIR NEmW can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email JaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JAxA NEWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JAi AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:
JIxAirNews

Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
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Job title/command:
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Hometown: Saginaw. Mich.


Family Life: Married for 23 years with two
boys and a cat.


Past Duty Stations: Retired Navy
Legalman Chief.


Career Plans: To retire from civil service.

Most Interesting Experience: Spending
four years in Hawaii.

Words of Wisdom: Trust is the key to
friendship.


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Southeast Regional Operations

Center open for business
By 102 Rebecca Kruck
Navy Region Southeast Public I
Affairs & m


Navy Region South-
east Headquarters
held a ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony for its new
Regional Operations Center
(ROC) May 24.
Rear Adm. Mark Boensel,
commander of Navy Region
Southeast, shared a few
words from Vice Adm. Ro-
bert Conway, commander,
Navy Installations Com-
mand (CNIC), followed by a
presentation of letters of
appreciation to those who
contributed to the design
and construction of the new
ROC.
"To say that Vice Adm.
Conway thinks this is im-
portant is a gross under-
statement," said Boensel.
"He equates this ROC to
the combat action center on
a ship."
Boensel also stated that
Conway plans to use the
new ROC as a prototype for
the entire CNIC enterprise.
Capt. Bruce Bole, opera-
tions officer for Navy Re-
gion Southeast, emphasized
how the new technology
will help support the mis-
sion, especially during ca-
tastrophes.
"Last year during Hurri-
cane Katrina, we were basi-
cally operating out of a clos-
et. The new ROC is much
bigger and has advanced
technology that will support
inter-agency communica-
tions," he said. "Overall, it's
a better working environ-
ment."
According to Bole, the
new technology will allow
agencies such as the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investi-
gation, Federal Emergency
Management Agency and
the Coast Guard to simulta-
neously communicate with
the ROC. The ROC regional
dispatch center station will
provide video monitoring,
emergency call-taking,
alarm monitoring and com-
munications support to all
of the bases in the South-
east Region.
The ROC serves as the
command, control, commu-
nications, computers, intel-
ligence, surveillance and
reconnaissance point for a
regional commander to
gather information, gain
situational awareness, and
exercise control over forces
across the entirety of the
force protection and emer-
gency management time-
lines, from early warning
and detection of suspicious
events through response
and recovery.

USO Night at

Adventure

Landing
he USO is sponsor-
ing USO Night at
Adventure Landing
on Beach Boulevard June
14 from 6-11 p.m.
All active duty members,
their spouses and children
are invited to enjoy the
attractions (waterpark, go
carts, mini golf, etc.) for $1.
The event is limited to
2,000 guests and tickets
are selling quickly. To pur-
chase tickets, visit the NAS
Jax USO at the Main Gate,
NS Mayport USO on
Mayport Road of the
Information, Tickets and
Tours office at NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. No tickets will be
available at the door the
night of the event.
For more information,
call 778-2821.

Free phone

cards available
The NAS Jax USO and
NS Mayport USO are
offering free $10


domestic phone cards to all
active duty military mem-
bers and their families.
Please stop by the USO
offices to take advantage of
this offer as the cards
expire a the end of June.


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Photos by PH3 David Didier A look from what will be the regional dispatch supervisor's work space in the new Regional
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark Boensel Operations Center for Navy Region Southeast. The regional dispatch center will have the
cuts the ribbon during a ceremony May 24 to officially open capability to provide video monitored emergency call-taking and alarm monitoring for all the
the new Regional Operations Center. bases in the Southeast Region.

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of VS-24 'Scouts'


By Lt. Shane Snakenberg
VS-24 PAO
he "Scouts" of VS-24
held a change of com-
mand ceremony May
25 for Cmdr. H. E. (Ted)
Mills to relieve Cmdr.
Daniel Grieco as command-
ing officer. Capt. William
Sizemore, commander,
Carrier Air Wing Eight was
the guest speaker.
A native of Livonia, Mich.,
Mills graduated from the
United States Naval
Academy in 1987. After
receiving a commission as
an ensign, he reported to
Pensacola for flight training
and was designated a naval
flight officer.
Upon completion of initial
S-3B Viking training, he
was assigned to the "Fight-
ing Redtails" of VS-21 in
Atsugi, Japan. He served as
the public affairs officer,
electronic warfare officer,
NATOPS officer and per-
sonnel officer.
While assigned to VS-21,
he deployed aboard USS
Independence (CV 62) and
participated in several
Western Pacific exercises
such as Cobra Gold and
Team Spirit. He also served
in Operation Southern
Watch in the Arabian Gulf.
In 1995, Mills reported as
fleet replacement squadron
instructor with VS-41.
While at VS-41, he headed
the information systems
department and taught geo-
graphic navigation and
coordinated operations. He
alsq: led the command's
Viking crew in the annual
Wolfhunt Antisubmarine
Warfare competition.
Following instructor duty,


Cmdr. H. E. (Ted) Mills


. Mills was sent to the Naval
Postgraduate School in
Monterey, Calif., where he
studied operations analysis.
In 1999 Mills reported to
the "Screwbirds" of VS-33
where he served as the
administrative officer and
maintenance officer, deploy-
ing to the Arabian Gulf sup-
porting Operation Southern
Watch. He also supported
several maritime intercept
operations enforcing United
Nations sanctions effective
in the Gulf.
In September 2001, he
reported to the staff of the
Commander-in-Chief, U.S.
Pacific Command (USCINC-
PAC), Camp H.M. Smith,
Hawaii, where he served as
joint secretary and execu-
tive assistant to the chief of
staff until August 2004.
While assigned to USCINC-
PAC, he-was selected for
operational command and
assigned to VS-24 as execu-
tive officer.
Grieco's new assignment
will be the executive assis-
tant to Commander, Naval
Air Force, U.S. Atlantic


Cmdr. Daniel Grieco


Fleet.
Cmdr. John Klein is the
new VS-24 executive officer.
VS-24 is currently as-
signed to Carrier Air Wing
Eight as part of Carrier
Strike Group Two and
recently returned from their
deployment on board USS
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Cell phone


policy updated

By Staff
Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC)
has issued an updated/revised policy in CNIC-
NOTE 5100 dated May 5, 2006 regarding the use of
cellular telephones while driving on naval installations.
Effective immediately, all motor vehicle operators on a
Navy installation and operators of government-owned
vehicles (except for fire, emergency, or law
enforce-ment/security personnel using offi-
cial communication device) will comply with
the following:
Driver use of a hand-held cellular phone
in a moving vehicle is hereby prohibited.
The prohibition against using hand-held
cellular phones does not include hands-free
cellular phone devices. Hands-free
devices include console/dash-mounted or
otherwise secured cellular phones with
integrated features such as voice-activa-
tion, speed dial, speakerphone or other )
similar technology for sending and
receiving calls.
Driver use of any portable, person-
al listening device worn inside the ear
canal, around or covering the driver's
ear while operating a motor vehicle,
except for fire and emergency
response or law enforcement/security
purposes is prohibited. Listening devices
include wired or wireless earphones and headphones
(including Bluetooth or similar technology). This does not
include hearing aides or devices designed and required for
hearing protections
This policy change supercedes the previous information
provided for implementation at NAS Jacksonville. Base
security personnel will begin immediate enforcement of
this regulation. Personnel found in violation will be
issued an armed forces traffic citation and will have three
points assessed against their base driving record. As a
result, they will be required to attend a driver improve-
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Columbia College NAS Jax mourns loss of academic leader


From Columbia College
Richard Jackson Jr., an academ-
ic advisor at Columbia College
NAS Jacksonville, died May
21 due to injuries suffered in a
motorcycle accident. A memorial
service was held May 27 at the
Middleburg United Methodist
Church.
Jackson served in the U.S. Navy for
20 years and retired as a senior chief
yeoman in 2000. He earned a bache-
lor's degree in business administra-
tion from Columbia College NAS
Jacksonville in 2004 and a master of
business administration degree from
Capella University in 2006.
Jackson began his career at
Columbia College NAS
Jacksonville in 2001 as a student
worker assisting with Veteran's
Administration programs. He joined
the staff as an academic advisor in
March 2004 and was to take the
position of assistant director this
month.
"Richard's passing has been a
tremendous shock to all of us here,"
said Pete Baker, campus director.
"Literally, he was the first one to
arrive and the last one to leave, he
filled his day by doing everything


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Photo courtesy of Columbia College
Richard Jackson helped hundreds of Sailors earn their degrees at Columbia Col-
lege NAS Jacksonville.-


within his ability to assist our stu-
dents, staff and faculty. We will all
miss him."
Jacksonville is survived by his
wife, Krista and four children,
Gabrielle, 18, Kendall, 16, Kyle, 15


and Katie, 12.
Condolences may be sent to the
family through Columbia College -
NAS Jacksonville, Navy College
Office, Box 137, Building 110,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32212-0137.


'Nightdippers' detach to NAS Fallon


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
he "Nightdippers" of
HS-5 have detached
to NAS Fallon, a
remote base located
approximately 60 miles
east of Reno, Nev. as part
of the scheduled pre-
deployment cycle for
Carrier Air Wing Seven.
The physical features of
NAS Fallon provide an
ideal training environment
:-for the current real-world


By Lt. j.g. Bobby Ralston
VR-58 PAO
n Feb. 15, 1980 SR
Rachelle Stiffler
'ga lsjoined the Navy with
goals of serving her.coun-
Stry. Now, after eight promo-
tions. Stiffler, a Navy mas-
,,ter chief, has served with
-;distinction and has exceed-
._:,ed 10,000 mishap-free
flight hours.
After serving with VQ-4
and VP-68 in Patuxent
River, Md., Stiffler trans-
ferred to NAS Jacksonville
where she is a Selected
Reservist assigned to the
VR-58 "Sunseekers."


scenarios the Nightdippers
are likely to find them-
selves in during their
upcoming deployment.
Due to the mountainous
yet arid terrain surround-
ing Fallon, the squadron
has the opportunity to
train in both high-altitude
terrain features as well as
desert-like atmospheres.
.The focus of the HS-5's
training scenarios while in
Nevada will be on their
naval special warfare, close
air support and combat


She amassed her- 10,000
flight hours as a crew chief,
crew chief instructor and a
transport safety specialist
in both the C-9B Skytrain
II and C-40A Clipper-air-
craft during war and peace-
time operations. Her aston-
ishing flight hour exempli-
fies her dedication, profes-
sionalism and total commit-
ment to safety and the
nation.
Her current jobs at VR-58
are maintenance master
chief, C-40A crew chief,
NATOPS crew chief in-
structor and command
financial advisor.


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 program, contact Lisa Williams or Ingrid Robinson at
542-5434 / 5529 / 2472.


search and rescue mission
areas.
As part of the valuable
training available at NAS
Fallon through the Naval
Strike Air Warfare
Command Program, six
Nightdipper pilots are
enrolled in the Seahawk
Mountain Flying School.
The program combines
four hours of classroom lec-
tures with three intense
high-altitude terrain
flights in and around NAS
Fallon. The program focus-


es on practicing proper
procedures and landings
above 10,000 feet, near the
operating limits of the SH-
60 Seahawk. This course
is the only mountain-flying
program offered by the
Navy.
HS-5 will continue to
take advantage of every
opportunity available at
NAS Fallon, focusing on
the improvement of their
individual capabilities for
the betterment of the
entire air wing.


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By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
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Someone asked me this week what I thought about
"The Davinci Code", so I am going to use my article
this week to share my response with you. Let me
state at the outset, this is my opinion, and I am not speak-
ing for the Navy, the church or anyone else. With that
said, here goes:
To me, the "The Davinci Code"
just isn't that big of a deal,
either the book or the movie. I
started reading the book once,
got about half way through it
and took it back to the library.
As a Christian, I found it blas-
phemous and troubling to read.
-, "' V I don't plan to see the movie,
so I can't really offer a review of
it. But I think this issue goes
beyond a book or a movie.
Whether anyone wants to
\ P admit it or not, they were both
made to make money. Dan
Brown and his publishers have
-"- made millions from the book,
Sand there is no telling how much
Chaplain Tom Hanks was paid to be in the
(Lt.) Mylon Pope movie. Probably more than the
average 500 Sailors will make in a
year. That issue is also troubling and needs to be
addressed, but I don't have time to do it in this article.
The big question here has to do with something called
creative license. Does an artist have the right to sing,
draw, write, or create a work that is at best troubling, or at
worst, blasphemous? I believe they do. In our society, each
of us can say pretty much anything we want because one
of our guaranteed rights is freedom of speech (even though
that is not politically correct, that is what the Constitution
guarantees). Never in a million years would I want -that
freedom threatened or taken away. But it seems the longer
I live the more our society seems to move in that direction.
There are lots of people in both religious and political cir-
cles who are all for freedom of speech for themselves, but
want to limit it for others. I will never understand their
thinking, but that is not my place.
I also have the right to not support works of art I find
offensive or blasphemous. (I also don't think one dime of
our tax dollars should go to support the arts. If they are
not self-supporting, then they probably are not worth sup-
porting, but that too is another article). Here is my advice,
if you don't like the book or movie, just don't buy them,
and tell your friends or anyone else you talk to why you
are not supporting them. I can guarantee you that all the
negative publicity surrounding this movie has helped it a
great deal. When people are standing outside a theater
with signs boycotting something, there is a natural incli-
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about. This isn't the first movie like this, and it won't be
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Sailors celebrate diversity at Asian

Pacific American Luncheon
By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor


he NAS Jacksonville
Multi-Cultural
Awareness Commit-
tee (MCAC) hosted their
annual Asian Pacific Ameri-
can Heritage Luncheon
May 30 at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. More than
100 Sailors and Depart-
ment of Defense civilians
turned out to enjoy the
event, which featured en-
tertainment, food and an
inspiriring speech by Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer and Guest
Speaker Capt. (Dr.) Raquel
Bono.
The luncheon kicked off
with a stirring rendition of
the nation anthem by DT2
Seila Velez, followed by the
invocation by Chaplain (Lt.
Cmdr.) Ruhen Ortiz of
Naval Hospital Jax.
NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
then spoke about the
immeasurable contribu-
tions Asian-Americans have
made to the Navy during
his opening remarks before
introducing Bono.
Bono then told the crowd
about her heritage and how
it helped shape her naval
career and who she is
today. "Events such as
these are wonderful oppor-
tunities to celebrate our
cultural diversity and to
share the unique and per-
sonal aspects of my own
Filipino heritage," she stat-
ed.
After lunch, the Filipino-
American Youth Group of
Society of Entertainers, an
energetic dance group that
specializes in Filipino danc-
Sing, entertained the crowd.
MCAC committee mem-
ber Noemi Verdecias thinks


Photos by Levine Everett
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.)
Raquel Bono gives her remarks during the Asian-Pacific
Heritage Luncheon May 30 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.


Members of the Filipino-American Youth Group of Society of


Entertainers perform during
Luncheon May 30.
events such as this help
promote cultural aware-
ness.
"I think it's important for
people to learn about and
experience different cul-
tures, after all this country
is one big melting pot," she
said.
"Programs like the one


the Asian Pacific American

we held today help the
Navy celebrate cultural
diversity and bring us
together," added NAS Jack-
sonville Equal Opportunity
Advisor HMCS(AW/FMF)
Bryce McNair.
For more information on
the NAS Jax MCAC, con-
tact McNair at 542-3304.


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PRESERVATION, WEEK 3

A day on the water can be fun ... or fatal
By Jack Stewart --
Naval Safety Center Public Affairs


Picture yourself on a
beautiful Pacific
island: The sun is
shining, the temperature is
perfect, and the ocean
water invites you to enter.
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their little spot of heaven
on earth on one of those
Pacific islands. The day was
just what travel agencies
advertise; life just couldn't
get any better.
They then decided to go
snorkeling. A reef only was
about 100 feet from the
shore, and it seemed like
the ideal place to get a clos-
er look at the undersea side
of paradise.
Only one Sailor returned
from the reef alive.
Rescuers found one victim
in the water, but their
resuscitation efforts were
unsuccessful. The second
victim's body washed
ashore a few days later.
What went wrong? The vic-
tims were caught in a rip
current that paralleled the
shore and couldn't escape
its force to reach the beach.
In another instance, a
petty officer second class on
terminal leave went on a
hiking excursion with his
younger brother and an
uncle. Only the uncle
returned.
The trio was visiting an
area they had frequented
since childhood. Problems
arose when the younger
brother entered a swim-
ming hole and was pulled
under by strong currents.
The Sailor jumped in to
save him and also was
pulled under. Park rangers
recovered both victims' bod-
ies.
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Staff Writer
W ith the warm weather
season here and more
people participating in
water activities, the Mulberry
Cove Marina is the place to go for
a day of fun at a low cost.
The marina, located at the
south end of Ranger Street, along
the banks of the sparkling St.
Johns River is a place where serv-
ice members, reservists, retirees
and Department of Defense civil-
ians can learn to sail, canoe and
fish. It offers a wide array of
rental equipment including
kayaks, canoes, Flying Junior and
Flying Scot sailboats, and 14-foot
Lasers. Powerboats that are
available for rent include bass
boats with trolling motors and
fish-finders, pontoon boats,
Boston Whalers, deckboats, jet
skis, and 14-foot stump knockers.
All you need to rent a powerboat
is a Florida Safe Boater card,
available free of charge at
www.boatus.org. Reservations for
powerboats must be made in per-
son with a $25 deposit.
"Our boat rentals are, on aver-
age, 68 percent less than at the
marinas outside the gate," said
Mulberry Cove Marina Manager
Phil Collins.
The Ship's Store on the water-
front carries bait, ice, sandwiches,
a variety of drinks, fishing licens-
es, fishing tackle, sunglasses, T-
shirts, basic boat parts and vari-
ous sundries to meet your boating
needs. "Our store has everything
a sportsman could need," said
Collins. "All you have to do is
show up, we'll do the rest."
The store also has unleaded
mid-grade gasoline pier-side and
a free boat ramp. "We use this


ramp exclusively. It's the best in
town," said retired Navy Chief
Wade Moorefield.
Retired Navy veteran Harold
Paul also makes frequent trips to
Mulberry Cove Marina. "The
ramp here is easy to use. It's
never crowded, there's always
parking available, the facilities
are clean and the service we
receive from the marina crew is
great," said Paul.
For boat owners they have slips,
moorings and dry storage avail-
able on daily, monthly and yearly
rental basis. At the slips, fresh
water and 30-amp station power
are available. Patrons are allowed
to live aboard their boats tem-
porarily with a special permit.
"A lot of new boat owners out
there might not realize that we
offer boat storage, wet slips and
mooring dry storage for about 40
percent less than off-base mari-
nas," Collins stated.
Sailing instruction classes and


safe boating
courses are
also avail-
able and in-
cludes ex-
tensive
practical
on-the-wa-
ter instruc-
tion.
"We offer
classes for
just about
anything
you would p
want to
learn about
involving i
the water,"
Collins said.
Tents, sleep
stoves, lantern
ers, turkey frye
are also availat
Mulberry Co
vides many fre
ent organization


Kyle Spaid (left), 13, and his brother, Kurtis Spaid, 11, don their lifejackets and choose the kayak
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of HS-5, along with his two sons, Kyle and Kurtis, enjoy a "boys day out" on


such as the Chief's Mess,
NJROTC and the Naval Sea
Cadets. "We feel that it's impor-
tant to lend our support to organ-
izations that have a positive
impact on the base and Jackson-
ville community," Collins stated.
For all active duty members,
free kayak rental is available
each Thursday. AWI(AW) Tim


Spaid of HS-5 took advantage of
this offer recently with his sons,
Kyle and Kurtis Spaid.
"We are looking forward to get-
ting out on the water and just
hanging out together today," he
said.
To request prices or a full infor-
mational brochure, email philip.s.
collins@navy.mil or call 542-3260.


Recreational Aide Jennifer Greaser explains boat parking policies to
Marine Corps Capt. Jake Ehret, who plans on renting a boat storage lot
from the Mulberry Cove Marina.


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AW2(AW) Nick Kellet of VP-5 gives his cast net a throw and tries to catch some bait.


Retired Navy First Class Petty Officer Dwight Telfair hooks
up a grill that he rented from the marina to the back of his
truck. The grills are available for rental through the marina
for only $20.
Photos by
LII (SW/AW) Heather Ewton

(Right) Gary McGinnis, a Mulberry Cove Marina
employee, prepares to load an ample supply
of kayaks to the rack in preparation for the Thursday
afternoon rush on free kayak rental day.


Retired Navy Chief Wade Moorefield and his wife, Debbie, prepare to load
their boat onto their trailer after enjoying a warm, sunny day on the water.


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the Mulberry Cove Marina in hopes of catching something good.


Mulberry Cove Marina employee Jim Shipley prepares to back in a boat that
is available for rental through the marina for some routine maintenance.







10 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 8, 2006


NAS JAX Commissary takes on new leadership


By LII(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer
T he NAS Jax Commissary
recently welcomed John
Moore as it's new store
director. Moore has officially
taken over duties in which he is
responsible for the welfare of 122
employees, store operations
encompassing $56 million in
annual sales and a choice of more
than 21,000 line items for patrons
to choose from.
Moore, a native of Goldsboro,
N.C. and a 21-year retired veter-
an of the Air Force, came from
NAS Oceana, Va., where he
served as the store administrator
for the commissary there.
His career with Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA)
began a short, eight years ago
when Moore retired from the Air
Force as a senior master sergeant
and completed his college degree
in business management from
Mount Olive College in Mount
Olive, N.C.
In 2002, he was accepted into
the DeCA intern program where
he served one year at DeCA
Headquarters, Fort Lee, Va. His
fast-paced success continued as
he assumed the position of store
director of New River Marine
Corps Air Station Commissary
receiving his first year of experi-
ence in the management level.
In 2005, he was accepted as the
store administrator for NAS
Oceana and in 2006, he was pro-
moted into his current position as
the NAS Jax Commissary store
director.
The NAS Jax Commissary was
selected as "Best Superstore in all
of DeCA" in 2005 and the store is
holding the current title of "Best
Superstore DeCA East."
"I came into an extremely fortu-
nate situation. This store is an
award-winning commissary. The

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management staff and the com-
missary team of employees have
accomplished a momentous feat
by keeping this store at the level
it is currently at. I have been
thoroughly impressed by the
team here and the phenomenal
job they have done and I am
proud to say that I came into
such a beautiful store," stated
Moore.
Customer service and satisfac-
tion are big items on the new
director's list of priorities. "I want
the customer to know that my
heartbeat and my focus are all
about them. My goal is to ensure
that the vendors that are coming
through the back door are pre-
senting me with the absolute top-
quality product at the rock-bot-
tom, prices so I can turn around
and sell them to the customers
coming in my front door" com-
mented Moore.
"I want the commissary patrons
to know that the management
staff, Dennis Claxton who is the
store administrator and myself,
are here to resolve any issues
that they may have. It is an honor
to serve those who have given our
nation so much. We are here to
serve them just as they have
served us," he added.
The commissary customer serv-
ice department can be reached at
542-3435, Ext. 7251 for any ques-
tions, concerns or items that you
would like to see added to the
store inventory. A universal prod-
uct code (UPC) is needed for the
addition of items to the inventory.
"We will reference the UPC code
into our system and find out who
the appropriate sales representa-
tive is and see if it is something
that we can get into our store. So,
if there is something that you
would like to see in the commis-
sary, come to us with it," contin-
ued Moore. "I want the commis-
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six-month deployment
From Page 1

by two other Navy helicopter squadrons that have yet to
be named.
,The Navy assumed the air ambulance assignment in an
effort to augment the Army's on-going air ambulance
assets throughout the Central Com-mand last December,
providing a total force solution to a joint requirement in
support of Oper-ation Iraqi Freedom. Six Navy H-60 heli-
copters were modified to accommodate up to six patient
litters, self-defense and communication equipment and
engine modifications, that are considered necessary to
operate in the appropriate threat environment in Kuwait
and Iraq.
This is the first time that a Navy unit has been as-
signed a mission of this scale for this long a period, work-
ing alongside the Army on an Army installation.


From left, Heidi Hale, Auburn Willis and Juanita Willis anx-
iously await the arrival of A02 Jay Workman of HS-15.


Photos by Shannon Leonard
AM2 Michael Baker of HS-15 greets his wife, Sara at
Jacksonville International Airport Saturday after returning
home from a six-month deployment.



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Colntz of HS-15
hugs his wife,
Bethany, at the
homecoming
celebration at
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Jax AIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 8, 2006 11

LIGHTNING: Avoid open areas,
trees and metal objects during storms


From Page I
to include you. If you leave
your windows down, you no
longer have a surface for
the electric to run on and a
break in the conductor will
cause it to find another
path right into the car."
Stay out of open areas
such as parking lots and
golf courses and from
groups of people and tall
objects such as trees since
lightning is drawn to the
tallest object. "Squat down
to get as close to the ground
as you can. However, you
don't want to lie down
because that leaves a
greater amount of your
body on the earth. If you
can do it, come up on the
balls of your feet so that
you're minimizing the actu-
al physical contact point,"
Colburn said.
All situations should be
considered during a storm
to ensure optimum safety.
While golfing is an excel-
lent past time, golfers


should keep in mind that
they are toting metal con-
ductors in large, open areas
making themselves electri-
cal targets. Other factors
that could target you for a
lightning strike are carry-
ing umbrellas during a
storm and talking on land-
based phone lines. You can
get hit when lightning
strikes the wire, as it trav-
els through the line to the
phone you are talking on.
Being struck by lightning
cannot only result in death,
but significant long-term
health effects as well.
Severe burns, neurological,
emotional, and physical
side effects are just a few
problems associated with
such a severe shock. If you
hear thunder, seek shelter
and check your local weath-
er. "The bad thing about
lightning is that there does-
n't have to be a cloud in the
sky or any warning.
Lightning, can strike any
time," Colburn concluded.


MIDWAY: Vets from turning point in Pacific theatre honored


From Page 1
The Battle of Midway
changed the course of
WWII. After U.S. Navy
intelligence deciphered
Jpanese radio code, they
learned that Adm.
Yamamoto intended to use
Midway Island to annihi-
late the Pacific Fleet and to
launch attacks on Hawaii


and eventually the U.S.
mainland.
To thwart the plan, the
commander of the Pacific
Fleet, Adm. Chester Nimitz
ordered the aircraft carri-
ers USS Hornet (CV 8),
USS Enterprise (CV 6) and
USS Yorktown (CV 5) to
end the advance of the
Japanese fleet off Midway.
Between June 4-7, 1942,


four Japanese carriers and
253 Japanese planes were
destroyed. The United
States suffered the loss of
three ships, including the
aircraft carrier USS
Yorktown and 150 planes.
Frank Abbott, 82, of
Jacksonville, one of 21
Midway veterans present,
barely escaped death as the
USS Yorktown sank. A sea-


man first class, his recollec-
tion of that day was painful
and vivid. "It was a horrible
day. A bomb went off on the
flight deck that took nearly
out everyone that was there
and it caused severe devas-
tation. We did the best
could but it was horrible,"
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VP-45 spo:
By Lt. j.g. Toby Hall
VP-45 PAO


he "Pelicans" of VP-
45 recently renewed
their partnership
with the students of Cedar
Hills Elementary School to
show their commitment to
the local community. The
event marked the eighth
consecutive year VP-45 has
partnered in education
with Junior Achievement
and Cedar Hills.
Thirty Pelicans volun-
teered to instruct more
than 400 students the
entire school day using a
curriculum provided by the
Junior Achievement organ-
ization. The lessons
focused on teaching basic
level business topics and
how they affect the local
community.
The day kicked off with a
breakfast attended by vol-
unteers, students, and fac-
ulty. A flag-raising cere-
mony led by the Cedar
Hills Fifth Grade Honor
Guard was held after.
breakfast. Students, facul-
ty and VP-45 volunteers
sang the national anthem
and recited the Pledge of
Allegiance.
During opening remarks,
Steve St. Amand, president
of the Jacksonville
Chapter of Junior
Achievement, and Donna
Cotton, a Cedar Hills guid-
ance counselor, welcomed
VP-45 to the school and
thanked them for their on-
going partnership.
Following the opening
ceremony, students and
faculty returned to their
classrooms with the
squadron volunteers.
Squadron members par-
ticipated in a variety of
activities that revolved
around the Junior
Achievement curriculum.
Most of the classes start-
ed off with a question and
answer period where the
students quizzed the
Sailors about their life in
the Navy. This gave the
children an opportunity to
learn about the basics of
naval aviation, life on
deployment and what it
means to serve one's coun-
try.
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and answer period, VP-45
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E-mail scams target Sailors


ByO 1 Mike England
Assistant Editor
S ailors are taught to be on
the lookout for scam artists
almost from the first day
they enter the Navy. Whether it's
a friendly payday lender looking
to loan them a little cash to tide
them over until payday or a car
dealer who wants nothing more
than to put them in the car of
their dreams with a high-interest
loan, there will always be people
out there looking to take advan-
tage of young Sailors.
Unfortunately, international con
artists have put on a new spin on
an old scheme designed to capi-
talize on people's greed.
Advance fee fraud (AFF), often
also known as the Nigerian
money transfer fraud, Nigerian
scam or 419 scam after the rele-
vant section of the Nigerian
Criminal Code that it violates, is
a fraudulent scheme to extract
money from victims after making
them believe they will get an
immense fortune.
Victims are requested to pay an
upfront fee before their purported
fortune is released. AFF is a sub-
type of the confidence game com-
monly referred to as "The
Spanish Prisoner." All con games
of this type involve the mark
making an upfront payment in
order to secure the promise of a
reward that is somehow tied up.
These scams have come to be
associated in the public mipd
with Nigeria due to the massive'
proliferation of such confidence
tricks from that country since the
mid-80s, although they are often
also carried out in other African


nations, including Togo, Cote
d'Ivoire, Ghana, Benin, Liberia,
Sierra Leone and South Africa,
and increasingly from European
cities with large West African
populations, notably London,
Amsterdam and Madrid, and
more recently, Dubai (United
Arab Emirates) and Canada.
Originally, the schemers con-
tacted mainly heads of companies
and church officials. However, the
use of e-mail spami and instant
messaging for the initial contacts
has led to many private citizens
and service members being tar-
geted, as the cost to the scam-
mers to make initial contact is
much lower.
According to Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society Director
Dave Faraldo, a half a dozen NAS
Jacksonville Sailors have been
taken in by scams like this since
the beginning of the year. "We've
had a few from Nigeria and one


car-buying scam out of Canada,"
he said. "It's unfortunate because
it happened to the Sailors who
can least afford to loose their
money, primarily E5 and below."
In a typical AFF scam, the
'investors' are contacted with an
offer to use their account to dis-
creetly move money abroad. The
sums involved are usually in the
millions, and the investor is
promised a large share, often 40
percent.
The proposed deal is often pre-
sented as a "harmless" white-col-
lar crime, in order to dissuade
participants from later contacting
the authorities. Similarly, the
money is often said to be the
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deposed or killed dictator.
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government stamps, seals etc.,
and then send a check which the
investor is supposed to deposit in
their checking account.
The victim then sends the scam
artist a portion of the money,
keeping the rest as a commission.
However, what the victim doesn't
know is that the check the scam-
mers sent will bounce, but not
before the check they sent back
clears. This leaves them in debt
with their bank for the amount
they sent.
"The problem is that many
credit unions will deposit checks
before they clear and make the
money available to the account
holders," Faraldo stated. "When
the check bounces,' you're liable
for checks you've written. The
effects are devastating."
AFF scammers typically send
their offers through spam sent
from Internet cafes equipped with
satellite Internet. Recipient
addresses and email content are
copied and pasted into a Web
mail interface using a standalone
storage medium, such as a memo-
ry card.
Some London-based gangs have
been known to use spamware on
laptops that they use to surrepti-
tiously connect to a cafe's net-
work. While this method is signif-
icantly more labor-intensive, it
offers near-total anonymity and
allows them to very quickly and
easily relocate. The often very
professional layout of Web pages


and so on used in the scams sug-
gests that they do not lack techni-
cal sophistication.
So what can Sailors do to avoid
getting caught up in an AFF
scam? According to Tom Wallace,
the regional coordinator for legal
assistance at the Navy Legal
Service Office (NLSO) Sailors
need to be just as vigilant while
on the computer as they are when
they are on the street.
"If a Sailor gets an email about
a deal that sounds too good to be
true, then it probably is," Wallace
said. "Sailors should never
respond to AFF emails or any-
thing that sounds like it could be
too good to be true. They should
print out the email and bring it to
NLSO so we can refer it to the
proper authorities."
Wallace also said that there are
several variations of the AFF
scam that Sailors should watch
out for. "These guys are very cre-
ative and are running these
scams out of several countries,
including ones that- many
Americans trust such as Canada."
As long as society has used
money to acquire goods and serv-
ices, there have been people out
to steal it. Canada Bill Jones, a
famous 19th century poker play-
er, once said, "It's immoral to let a
sucker keep his money." With that
said, it's important that Sailors
always keep one eye on what's
going on in front of them and the
other on their wallet.


Naval Air Depot Jacksonville to honor

employees for Teammate Appreciation Month


By Katherine Midyette
NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville Public Affairs Specialist
N aval Air Systems Command has
designated June as Teammate
Appreciation Month. This official
Naval Air observance provides an oppor-
tunity for Naval Air Depot Jacksonville
leadership to express their gratitude to
Depot employees for their hard work, ded-
ication, and effort.- The Depot has planned
a calendar of events to honor its employ-
ees throughout the month of June.
Teammate Appreciation Month schedule
of events are as follows:
Today, Depot Commanding Officer Capt.
John Scanlan and Depot Executive Officer
Capt. Tim Matthews will address the
work force and participate in cake-cutting
ceremonies in various locations around
the facility.


On June 14 the depot will hold a Red,
White and Blue Day. Employees are
encouraged to show their patriotism by
wearing our nation's colors to work. A
commander's awards presentation via
video-teleconferencing will be held June
15. This presentation will be broadcast
over the Depot's CCTV for all employees
to see. The Civilian Employee Recreation
Welfare Committee will sponsor a family
day June 17 for all employees. On June 20
employees of the Depot will head to the
Jacksonville Suns Baseball game.
Matthews will throw out the first pitch.
On June 28, all employees are invited to
enjoy a night of $1 bowling at NAS
Freedom Lanes.
Month long activities include weekly
walk-arounds by senior leadership to talk
with employees.


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NAS Jacksonville has
established a hotline
for service members,
Department of Defense
employees, contractors and
their families to call during
an emergency that war-
rants evacuation such as a
hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-
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the base upon arriving at
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personnel and only provides
recorded information. It
cannot be used to check on


weather conditions or locate
friends or family. The hot-
line number and email
address are for use during
times of emergency only.
Emergency information
will also be broadcast on
Cable Channel 118 which is
run by NAVAIR Depot Jax.
This channel will run con-
tinuous information regard-
ing the hurricane conditions
and evacuation guidelines.
For more information,
contact the disaster pre-
paredness office at 542-
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From Staff
his is the fourth consecu-
tive year that Americans
will celebrate the Indepen-
dence Day holiday and their right
to live in freedom, while U.S.
troops engage in dangerous mis-
sions in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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members do to protect our free-
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Since Independence Day is rec- appropriate time to let service simple ways to show support:
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Twelve SIU students honored at Carbondale ceremony


From the Navy College Office
Southern Illinois University
recently held its annual
Honors Day on the main cam-
pus in Carbondale, Ill. Students
from both on-campus and off-cam-
pus programs were recognized for
outstanding academic performance


during the 2005-2006 academic for continued academic success go
year. to:
Twelve of this year's honorees are Derick Appel, Michael Cross,
enrolled in either the electronic sys- Andrew Edwards, Charles Gray,
teams technologies Kincaid, Larry Lopez, Sean
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calaureate degree programs offered Mailey, Jason Middle, Kim Mills,
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Congratulations and best wishes Breshen Whitson.


LEADERS: Know what's going on around you


From Page 2

to our standards as well as them-
selves.
Shipmates, don't be afraid to speak
up if you see something wrong. You
have every right to challenge anoth-
er person (respectfully) who is violat-
ing one of our instructions or stan-
dards.
If the person is junior to you, the
response should be something along
the lines of, 'aye aye.' If the person is
senior, I think you'll find often the
response is, hey, thanks for letting
me know, I'll square it away.' Sound
silly? I don't think so, I see-it and
hear it often.


I've had many a junior person con-
front me in my career and I always
thanked them for pointing some-
thing out to me that might have
saved me some embarrassment with
other senior people. I would hope
every senior person would take that
approach.
On a final note, I want to share
with you the need to be tactful. I
believe each of us needs to do our
best to respect others, junior and
senior.
I always try to ask a person to
square him or herself away before
giving an order. It makes for a bet-
ter confrontation and avoids escalat-
.'ing a situation into an argument.


I'm sure you all know what I mean.
Do your best to first live up to the
standards yourself, and then help
others achieve the same high stan-
dards.
The final piece is consistency.
Don't be a part-time problem solver.
Each of us needs to uphold our stan-
dards all the time, not just when it's
convenient for us or we feel comfort-
able; leadership is not completely
comfortable. If you ever start feeling
completely comfortable in your lead-
ership it's probably time to pause
and think about it for a moment.
Good luck shipmates! Keep up the
good work and thanks for your serv-
ice and your leadership!


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register for the My Soldier pro- harm's way, we must tend to psy-
gram and adopt a service member chological needs as well.
who could use a pen-pal friend. Sometimes military members just
2. Encourage children/students need a human touch, an ability to
to spend their summer vacation know that someone out there
creating a meaningful, even edu- really does care and appreciate
national, pen pal relationship. what they do, regardless of the
3. Join the program as a family. political controversy engendered
Family writing projects can cre- by their assignment. The My
ate a bond for a common cause, Soldier program seeks to fulfill
which deepens familial ties. that need for affirmation for our
4. Wear the free red My Soldier service members on a one-by-one
bracelet mailed to you via a self- basis.
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5. Submit the name of an active opportunity, we must continually
soldier who would like to be find ways to protect the people
adopted through the Web site who lay their life on the line to
link. preserve it," said Berman. "Our
The program's co-founders men and women in uniform
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The Naval War Col-
lege's (NWC) College
of Distance Educa-
tion will again offer its
Fleet Seminar Program in
the Jacksonville area.
This academic year
(August 2006 May 2007),
Joint Maritime Operations
will be offered in
Jacksonville and Strategy
and Policy will be offered
in Mayport.
This highly acclaimed
program parallels to a
major degree, the course of
study followed by students
in the college of naval com-
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Newport, R.I.
Three-hour classes are
held in the evening (one
night per week for approxi-
mately 35 weeks). A top
quality adjunct faculty
member from the local


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Students can earn a NWC
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Applications are on-line
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Applications are due by
June 30, 2006.


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Sign-up to take the
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on race day.
For more information,
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Free overnight camp for kids offered


The 82 churches of Northeast
Florida are offering a free
overnight camp for children
whose parents or guardians cannot
afford to send them because of finan-
cial restraints.
The next sessions are June 18 and


June 25. Both have a number of open-
ings still available. If you have a
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Outdoor pool now open
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m.- 5 p.m.
Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of Defense
employees, $3 guests.



Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials and use of mari-
na sailboats and safety equipment.
Weekend classes June 17 and 18

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

Free kayak and canoe rental on Thursday's for active
duty.



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

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

Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday
Shoe rental not included.
6-10 p.m.



Call 542-3521 for more information.

Bingo
Lunch bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening bingo Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Win cash!


Photo by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Navy retiree Robert Hull checks his card as the numbers are
called during a luncheon bingo session Friday at The Zone.
Bingo sessions are held Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m.
and Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6:30
p.m. For more information, call 542-3521.


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Date Movie (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Nanny Mcphee (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. The Pink Panther (PG)
June 16, 7 p.m. Freedomland (R)
June 23, 7 p.m. The Shaggy Dog (PG)
June 24, 5 p.m. Madea's Family Reunion (PG-13)
June 24, 7 p.m. The Hills Have Eyes (R)
June 30, 7 p.m. The New World (PG-13)


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For more information on the golf course please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's please 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
personnel.

World Scramble local qualifying
Sunday at 1 p.m.
$75 / person
Includes range balls, golf, tee gift, complimentary round
of golf, food following play, and prize purse.

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



For more information on the flying club, call 777-8549 or
777-6035.

Ground School
July 17- Aug. 23
$365 per person
*Ground School Classes are located on the second deck
of the Auto Skills Center. The Flying Club is located at
Building 847A on the north side of base.


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

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


For more information on fitness and athletics, call 542-
3518/3229.

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



For more information about I.T T trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
Military Appreciation Days at Six Flags over Georgia
June 26-July 4
Select free admission days for each branch of service.
June 26 Army Day
June 27 Marine Corps Day
June 28 Navy and Coast Guard Day
June 29 Air Force Day
Active service members, reservists or spouses must
present current military ID at any ticket booth and
receive five free tickets on their service day.
Regular admission tickets can be purchased at I.T.T
for $28 each.

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

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



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

White Water Rafting Trip
June 23-25
On the Ocoee River in Tennessee
$100/person
Includes rafting tickets, one lunch, lodging and trans-
portation.
Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Free!
Departs Liberty Cove at noon.


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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held in
Building 612 on Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first Saturday
of the month from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more information, call 772-
0242 or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38 meetings are
held the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira
Drive, Orange Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers avail-
able 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 employ-
ees 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 civilians. For more information, call 778-0805 or email
commodore @ njyc.org.


T he Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens invites Sailors,
Reservists, Department of
Defense civilians, retirees and their
families to visit the museum's next
exhibition A New Narrative: Marden,
Fitzpatrick, Stella, Warhol. The new
exhibition explores series of works by
four exceptional late 20th century
artists: Brice Marden, Tony
Fitzpatrick, Frank Stella, and Andy
Warhol, and their use of narrative
imagery as vehicles to tell stories.
The exhibition features 40 etchings


COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds their monthly.
meeting the second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are welcome at all
activities. For information contact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go
to HYPERLINK "mailto:momsclubopw@yahoo.com" \t "_blank"
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
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association holds their meet-
ings 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 meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of each
month at the Murray Hill United Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.


and silkscreen prints that present
four narrative series produced in the
1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, each with its
own character and relevance.
The exhibition opens on June 15
and runs through Aug. 6; Military
personnel can purchase discounted
annual membership or admission
tickets. Visit the Morale, Welfare and
'Recreation Information, Tickets and
Tours office or call The Cummer at
899-6034 for further details.
A New Narrative: Marden,
Fitzpatrick, Stella, Warhol, is curated


by Stacey Skold and Jessica Moss,
curators of the Art Enterprises Ltd.
Collection, Chicago, Illinois; and is
organized and toured by Curatorial
Assistance Traveling Exhibitions
(CATE), Los Angeles, CA. All works
courtesy of the Arts Enterprises Ltd.
Collection.
The Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens is located at 829 Riverside
Ave., Jacksonville.
For more information contact, Amy
Chamberlin at 899-6034.


Local park offers free nature classes


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he following are upcoming classes at Westside
Regional Park Nature Center located across the
NAS Jax Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard.
All classes require advance reservations by calling 573-
2498.
Snake Savvy
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 nature.
Wee Workshop: Life Under a Log
July 27, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee nature explorers (children .aged 7 and
under) and their adult companions. We're investigating
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). Registration required.


Combined Federal Campaign receives record pledges in 2005


From the Office of Personnel
Management
Federal civilian employees,
postal workers and military
personnel pledged a record-set-
ting $268.5 million in 2005 to the
Combined Federal Campaign,
administered by the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management (OPM). The
$268.5 million in pledges to the CFC
last year represents an $11 million
increase over the $257 million
pledged in 2004.
Last year's pledge total for the
nation's largest, employer-sponsored
charity drive marks the third consec-
utive year the federal community
has filled CFC coffers to new levels.
Pledges to local charities in the CFC


of the Northeast Florida Southeast.
Georgia Region totaled $731,050 out
of the $2,251,839 donated. The
remainder went to national or inter-
national charities.
"The men and women of the U.S.
civil service and America's military
have once again shown their gen-
erosity to those less fortunate," said
OPM director Linda Springer. "In a
year dominated by tragic, natural
disasters at home, and challenges to
establishing peace and democracy
abroad, I am pleased by the response
of the federal workforce and the mili-
tary."
The 4.5 percent increase in pledges
in 2005 is the highest percentage
increase since 2001, when pledges
jumped 7.3 percent following the ter-


rorist attacks in the United States.
"Despite the added needs of the
past year, the federal community ral-
lied to provide significant and impor-
tant aid through the CFC to those
whose ties to their communities were
temporarily lost," said Springer. "The
monies donated through this won-
derful program will be used to
reunite families and friends, rebuild
communities and neighborhoods, and
reinforce the relationship between
government and people."
Started in 1961, the Combined
Federal Campaign is the nation's
largest workplace charity drive and
the only philanthropic effort permit-
ted by law in the federal workplace.
Since its inception, the CFC has
raised more than $5.5 billion.


The National Naval Officers Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102 or email Herlena.Washington@
sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle safety. They also
have a weekly get together at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue
at 7 p.m. every Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fl1x.org.
Unbreakable presents their first fashion show June 17 at 8 p.m.
at Celebrations on the corner of Atlantic Boulevard and Arlington
Road. The event is free. For more information, call 535-8458.
A youth fishing derby will be held Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon
at Oceanway Park. A youth fishing tournament will be held Sept. 9
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna Park. The tournaments are free for
children under 13. For more information, call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. through September. Visitors
can attend lectures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historic riverfront
gardens, view the museum's Masterworks collection and special
exhibitions and experience Art Connections, the museum's hands-
on education center. For more information, contact Maria Haynes at
899-6025.



MSCCN hosting


a hiring fair in July
From CNRSE Community Support Services
The 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, providing candidates that meet job
description requirements with the opportunity to be
interviewed by company recruiters and sourcing con-
sultants.
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 positions: doctors, nurses, physical thera-
pists, medical directors, medical center administrators,
medical assistants, radiology technicians, billing special-
ists, accountants and other professional administrative
support positions.
Wachovia is currently offering the following positions
nationwide: financial center managers, financial special-
ists, administrators, tellers and leaders in general bank-
ing.
Please visit the MSCCN Web site at http://www.
msccn.org/jobs/jobseekersOther.php and post your
resume to the feature job positions: "Jacksonville
Hiring Fair July 12, 2006."
MSCCN will contact all candidates 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.



Health fair planned at NEX
Naval 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 sta-
tioned in the parking lot.
Information on preventive health issues including car-
diovascular, osteoporosis, smoking cessation, colon, breast,
prostate and skin cancer will be available for children and
adults.
For more information, call 713-4860.


Force protection take it seriously
Force protection has and will continue to receive the
highest of priorities. What does this mean for serv-
ice members and their families?
All hands, including family members, must be fully cog-
nizant of basic force protection measures. Become more
aware of your surroundings, and promptly report any sus-
picious activities to superiors. Be alert to real or per-
ceived threats and be prepared to act upon them accord-
ingly.
There are many simple things that can be done to
help enhance personal safety.
Lock all windows and doors when leaving home, and
lock car doors with the windows rolled up if parked.
Vary daily commuting routines if possible. Be cautious
when using public transportation.
Be aware of your surroundings, more so than normal.
Look around, be alert, stay informed and immediately
report any suspicious persons or activities.
Take force protection measure seriously. This is not a
time to ignore personal safety or that of family members
or shipmates.



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Male Athlete of the Year


Golf league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. All interested personnel
should contact the base gym to get the required
paperwork to join the league.

Basketball leagues forming
The Greybeard League is open to all NAS Jax
active duty, Department of Defense (DoD) person-
nel and reservists age 30 and up. The Intramural
League is open to all NAS Jax active duty, DoD
personnel and reservists. Anyone interested in
joining the league should contact the NAS Jax
Gym to get the required paperwork to join the
league.

Racquetball tournament
coming up June 26-30
A men and women's open racquetball tourna-
ment will be held June 26-30 at 5 p.m. at the base
gym. The tournament is open to all NAS Jax
authorized gym patrons over 18. There will be a
men and women's division. Awards will be given
to the winners of each division. Call NAS Jax
Athletics to sign up by June 20.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races. Uniforms are pro-
vided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top


10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K
bike

Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.

Sand Volleyball Final
Standings
Team Wins Losses
GEMD Alpha 13 1
VP-62 12 3
Naval Hospital 5 2
CNATTU (1) 8 7
CNATTU (2) 8 7
GEMD Bravo 6 7
AIMD(1) 6 8
SERCC 1 12


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes
By Linda Brown
NMCRS
The Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) at NAS Jax offers Budget for
Babies classes the first and third Wednesday of each month. These compre-
hensive classes are available to all military personnel and their family mem-
bers. Participation of both parents is encouraged.
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, carriers and strollers.
Retirement planning for parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the class each family is given "baby's first sea bag", valued at
$100. The sturdy canvas bag contains a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by
NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in Building 13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the first
Wednesday of each month and from 6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call 542-3515.


Photo courtesy of MWR
Sports Coordinator Bill Bonser (center) presents Lt. Andrew Miller (right) of Air
Operations with the 2005 NAS Jax Male Athlete of the Year as NAS Jax Executive Officer
Chuck Tamblyn looks on. Miller is a member of the Southeast Navy Region Running and
Triathon Team and competed in 16 races last year, including two triathlons and two
cycling events.


All-Navy Golf Team looking for applicants


By Ingrid Mueller
Navy Community Support Programs Marketing, CNIC
Millington Detachment
The Navy Sports Program is looking for
Sailors who are interested in compet-
ing for a spot on the All-Navy golf
team, which will hold its tryouts Aug. 1-4 at
Naval Support Activity Mid-South,
Millington, Tenn.
"Golf is one of our most competitive
sports" said. Donald Golden, head of the
Navy Sports Program for the Navy's
Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Division, Commander, Navy Installations
Command (CNIC), Millington Detachment.
"It is also one of our sports with strict quali-
fying standards. Athletes must have at
least a 5 handicap in order to be considered.
However, regardless of how good a person's
handicap is, the most important factor we
consider is the amount of stroke-play tour-
naments an athlete participates in."
Sailors who meet these qualifications are
encouraged to complete a Navy Sports
Program application, which is available on
the MWR Web site at www.mwr.navy.mil/
mwrprgms/sports.htm.
The application, which gathers basic com-
mand and personal information, must be
signed by the individual's commanding offi-
cer. Applications are due to the Navy
Sports Office no later than July 1.
The top six men and three women golfers


at the Navy tryouts will comprise the All-
Navy Golf team, which will compete in the
Armed Forces Golf Championship Aug. 5-11
against teams from the Marine Corps, Army
and Air Force at Vandenberg Air Force Base
in California.
Following inter-service competition, the
top six male and two female finishers over-
all will be selected to compete as members
of the U.S. All-Armed Forces Golf Team and
go on to the Conseil International du Sport
Militaire Championship (CISM), which will
be held in Galway, Ireland, Aug. 13-19.
There the athletes will compete against mil-
itary teams from around the world.
"It is important to note, that in order to be
considered for participation in CISM, indi-
viduals must have a current U.S. passport,"
added Golden. "If an individual finishes in
one of the top spots and does not have a cur-
rent passport, the next finisher in line will
be given the opportunity to advance."
Completed applications should be faxed to
901-874-6831. Applications may also be
mailed to: Commander, Navy Installations
Command, Millington Detachment, Navy
Sports Office, N221E, 5720 Integrity Drive,
Bldg. 457, Millington, TN 38054-6510.
For the complete sports schedule and
more information, including the Navy
Sports application, visit www.mwr.navy.mil/
mwrprgms/sports.htm or call at 901-874-
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Navy urges Sailors to take steps to avoid identity theft


By Fleet and Family Support Program
Marketing
The Navy is reminding Sailors to be
vigilant in protecting their personal
information. According to the Federal
Trade Commission (FTC), identity theft
occurs when someone uses your personal
information, such as your name, Social
Security number (SSN), credit card num-
ber or other identifying information with-
out your permission to commit fraud or
other crimes.
"Sailors can reduce the risk of becoming
a victim of identity theft if they use all dili-
gence possible," said Al Starks, a Fleet and
Family Support Program financial educa-
tor at Joint Reserve Base, Ft. Worth, Texas.
"Always be alert and take nothing for
granted when it comes to your identity."
"The best way to deter identity theft is to
make it harder for thieves to gain access to


your personal information," added. "Guard
your SSN, and never put your SSN on your
checks."
Starks, a victim of identity theft, also
recommended the use of a good crosscut
shredder to destroy all documents and
mail that contain personal information.
"You may be surprised by how much infor-
mation a thief could get just by rummag-
ing through your trash," he said. "Keep an
eye on your mail to ensure that bills and
other financial documents arrive on time,
and follow up with creditors if they don't."
Protections on computers and other
electronic equipment are equally impor-
tant, Starks explained. "Robust passwords,
a good firewall, regular updates to your
operating system and anti-virus software
are necessary," emphasized Starks. "If you
conduct business over the Internet, limit
your interaction to only those sites that
have security encryption."


For those who find themselves the vic-
tims of identity theft, the FTC recom-
mends contacting any one of the three
major credit bureaus to place a fraud alert
on the credit file. As soon as the credit
bureau confirms the fraud alert, notices
will be sent to the other two companies.
Individuals will then receive credit reports
from all three companies free of charge.
"It's best to check your credit report at
least twice a year, making sure you get
reports from all three of the major credit
bureaus," advised Stark.
The FTC also recommends that victims
of identify theft close accounts that may
have been tampered with or opened fraud-
ulently, file a police report and file a com-
plaint with the FTC.
The FTC has established a Web page for
military personnel at www.consumer.gov/
military, with each service having a desig-
nated section. The Navy's link has a direct


FCCJ summer registration begins
From the Navy College Office
Registration for Florida Community College at Jacksonville's (FCCJ) 2006 Summer
Term which runs July 3 through Aug. 25, is ongoing through June 27. If you have
not been able to get into the class you have wanted in the past, we highly recom-
mend early registration to reserve your seat.
A placement test is required for math and English. Please allow 48 hours for Navy
College to process your tuition assistance form. For assistance, call 771-3979.
The following classes will be held at NAS Jacksonville for the second half of the sum-
mer term:
Course Number Day Title Building/Room
AMH2020 M American History 1865-Present 966/254
- CCJ2488 M Ethics in Criminal Justice 966/261
"-HUM2236 M/W Humanities: 15th to 20th 966/251
CGS1060 M/W Intro. to Computers 110/Lab
ENC1102 -M/W English Comp II 966/211
MAT 1033 M/W Intermediate Algebra 966/253
DEP2004 T/TH Human Growth & Development 966/251
EVR1190 TH Environmental Sampling 966/261
ENC1101 T/TH English Comp I 966/211
BSC1005 T/TH Life in its Biological Environment 4/116
MAN2021 T/TH Principles of Management 966/254
ECO 2023 T/TH Economics II (Micro) 966/253

Free financial education forum for military

personnel and families slated at NSB Kings Bay


T he NASD Investor Education
Foundation, in partnership with the
Fleet and Family Support Center
. will host a free financial education forum
June 13 at NSB Kings Bay, Ga. to help
military personnel and their families bet-
ter understand saving and investing and
.to provide objective information to help
them invest wisely for their future.
The forum will take place at the base
auditorium. The event is open to active
duty service members, spouses, military
retirees and Department of Defense and
Department of Homeland Security civil-
ian employees and their spouses.-
Industry experts including John
*Gannon, executive director of the NASD
Investor Education Foundation, will pro-
*vide guidance on the fundamental princi-
,: ples of saving and investing and highlight
-free tools and resources to help service
'members and their spouses become better
*informed. Breakout seminars following
the commander's welcome will allow
. attendees to learn about specific financial
.issues. Topics will include smart saving
and investing: avoid the predatory loan
trap, mutual funds, 529 plans and more
and smart saving for retirement.
"Like all of us, military families must
plan for major financial events, such as
purchasing a home, saving for college and
retirement-but unlike most of us, they
have to do so on the go, from literally any-
where in the world," Gannon said. "This
forum recognizes the unique challenges
faced by our nation's military personnel
and their families and aims to provide
them with the tools they need to save and
invest with confidence."
Research conducted in June 2005 found
that only 29 percent of military personnel
who currently invest received a passing
grade on a quiz about basic financial
knowledge. However, 58 percent of survey
respondents said that it was very impor-
tant to them that they become more
knowledgeable about saving and invest-
ing.
"Education is the best way to protect
investors from costly mistakes, and we

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want to make sure that service members
and their families know about the wide
range of resources available to them,"
Gannon added. "The Web site we have cre-
ated specifically for military personnel
and their families, SaveAndInvest.org,
provides tools and resources free of
charge that can be accessed from any-
where in the world."
SaveAndInvest.org is a free service of
the NASD Investor Education
Foundation. The foundation's financial
education forums are one aspect of a mul-
tifaceted program to help members of the
military and their families take control of
their finances.
In partnership with the U.S.
Department of Defense, .the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission, the
National Military Family Association and
other organizations, the foundation is
committed to providing financial educa-
tion to military families.
Schedule of events:
June 13
Session 1
8 a.m. Commander's Welcome
8:05 a.m. Program Ihtroduction
8:15 a.m. Financial Seminar Smart
Saving and Investing: Avoid the
Predatory Loan Trap
9:30 a.m. Financial Seminar Mutual
Funds, 529 Plans and More
10:45 a.m. Financial Seminar Smart
Saving for Retirement
Session 2
1:15 p.m. Commander's Welcome
1:20 p. m. Program Introduction
1:30 p.m. Financial Seminar Smart
Saving and Investing: Avoid the
Predatory Loan Trap
2:45 p.m. Financial Seminar Mutual
Funds, 529 Plans and More
4 p.m. Financial Seminar Smart Saving
for Retirement
* While the forum is free, registration is
encouraged. Those who wish to register
may do so online at
www.saveandinvest.org or by calling (912)
573-4512.


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CAUSING AGENT IN
AMERICA
-RESPONSIBLE
FOR 90 PERCENT
OF LUNG CANCERS.

THEY ALSO CAUSE
ORAL CANCER,
CANCER OF THE
UTERUS, LIVER,
KIDNEYS, ETC.,


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Providing positive role


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The program is open to
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online connection for reporting identity
theft at www.consumer.gov/military/navy.
htm.
The FTC maintains a database of identity
theft cases used by law enforcement agen-
cies for investigations. Filing a complaint
also helps the FTC learn more about iden-
tity theft and the problems victims are
having.
For more information on preventing and
recovering from identity theft, visit the
FTC Web site at www.consumer.gov/id
theft/, contact the base legal department or
visit an FFSP financial educator.
To report identify theft to the three
major credit bureaus, contact Equifax
Fraud (800) 525-6285, Experian Fraud
(800) 397-3742 and TransUnion Fraud
(800) 680-7289..








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200Auctions -HOME OWNERSHIP- Contact your VA Callforappl. 631.21"3 or i509".9290 C -185 45,.6 340r,6 LAskN Or Emma.
210 Esae Sales' Home Loan E Buying or SellingaHome?erl WaterfontHome A Unique St. Johns River 24 YRS EXP. $0DWN. HOMES
Contact me iora free L/st of available Laurie M. Potter Lookigfor Investment des1reaierP.13rg r.t P1:r r,1hrJ .r JOFNMERITB477-4225 ORUEMAIL
Homes that meet your needs .YNCM (USN Ret) to:,ns ofupcgradz..LAND49OME1PACKAGE
210 Estate Sales -5, Buiq elhin or Direct:904-742.1884 celenaS.at,197I orr Beautilul .acrrs on 3/2 Double Wide
EEmail:wKELLER WILLIAMS Lillte Lnke GeogeS on 1.25 acres in
snla kitchen table., www.c21capitamrealty.com 338 BakerCounty GATED RBVERFOT C Save Thousands!
chairs, refdidgerator 9RE9ALTOR'33GA5ianrinee iny oud CALL (904) 291-2735
pictures, lamps .904B 421-3555 -9330 x225 finanong neednudingCOMMUNITY
and lots more.642 3338 (Cell (904) 463-2065 VA, FHA. homeequi h, or Secluded mini-estate on Doc- p.rmEs 3opimli-c LET YOUR JOB BE
for appointment, rKrnoIidmwalsc0rer all.,'0rp com iaT,. ,l lonn 15 Year Navy Spouse. the Little St. Mary's; Lo.ts mrLm ti2 KR
,;-'conireni,onalrloans.Allow me the opportunity to assist you. 4BR.'2.-BA. brick horn, Riverfront S385K+ YOUR CREDIT!
on 11r3ac. ,n"Ta-'yor. Call 904 912 988 -EZ Fin. $500 moves you
Mature ooks: High & vio.ve r,,eredgmi.toan In. Call Emma 771-905S
W m]on Realrs Curp. irji,,. av,:, ,,,, -r, Suois ntialri., er or962-1086
nu Ld bUirorage Nc-, paint. ICW-FLAGLERBEACH
4194 San-Juan-A% -u,eop,:,pe,'' carpet. tc.R. Peao. ., Spectacular i+ac. Estate MIDDLEBURG
'eeJacksonvileFl t2?l' 5613.2SanJoseBlvdE move m in, riou lot w 'over 100'oat 1857 Openwoods Dr,
o.HOELOANS inquirEo .rI,. Call frontageonlCW. Gatad 3/2'96 DWMH, 1.Sacres.
Jacksonville, FL 32207.904.354-.8600 i',r appt comm Flagier B-r, bring horsesS$99,900.
_ _ Polo Ciue, imrpr.:,, c i i ATP Realty 904 -260 -9700
e E aBetter than nc-s. 339PuInam Count3 A must seel$849,900. MOVINGI!MUSTSELL!
,o, Oa.-e Douglas-Remax 3/2, 1600SF+ Over Acre
4'. built in 21)05. Huge 366-569-9909 and aHalf. Won't last
230-292Georgia Countes" "'c-nced back ai d. SATSUMA Riverfront 3,2, $895 per month.
029 eorgai"aC-'i' upgraded-ce-ramic Sanctuary. 1600st. new MANDARIN LOT 9Ox9O, Call Mr. Bradley
Amelia Island kit SS. hdwd, facu for 2, septic & wtr, deep 8741862 or 291-3100
296 Georgia !.Ihscellaneouc tile, -31 600sfrch.ponddeep ater Readyto build.
300 Avo'ndale,0rtega rf, RL ITOR' mintites to NAS Jax. wtrt .29K. 9G4 7G4 3777 1195K 904-292-4424 MUSTSELL3BR2BAa
..sD/W and Land Home.
302R~verslde S.lohs appiaces say MANDARIN 3/3,See at: Stainless Steel Appl.
305nouasade s Ha.-\ i:Eeln.-, ct .-..'35 %c- dt ,.d Sol;,. includinge ,asher 340 Si. Johns 5rr rdogmarine.com Great Jacksonville Loca-
306 Intracoastal West & dre34r. Count. aChck, Boatsfor sale tion, Little Down, Easy
307 SandMarcoin Calli--_o MlL3003]70. 904-292-4424 Financing, Won't Last!
310SMandaryic'n" Callne.9 00i nor mation FOR SALE BY OWNER I cCLLJONE9L301
320 Westside Sv i those $17,mcui.,m Home- IWaterfront San Pablo SELLING YOUR MOBILE
I 322Argyle"" ,gm rtonr,ts Fore stfreplace.2car gar. HOME? TOP CASHll
h"acksonve 3.35 Mt-bon -.3 ,, 3 4 acre. Owner pay Old or New or Assume
S 326Springmeld. remode Call 349-2999
330BeachespSASUMA CANAL LOT 370 Lots for Sale
.leirose Support970 846 4290 BEAUTIFUL TREED LOT in
935-e8rh u s. S c Astor, FL 1/2 mile from
Clay country" Totally redone 3/2 with River 904) 262-3163
338 Baker County 'n"wpapsr, 10 8%40') boatslip w/lift.
339 Putnam Counn,, 'n1 'van Lth, Realtor' Gate-a. pool, fireplace. ONE ACRE LOT
3390Put.naohmCountry____van__________ 04_DThe bestI e_ hi Great value. 5349,900. With Well,
340 S.LAugCountye / 0 'J,,ierdan Realty 743-4980 Septic, & Pole
342SL Augustne Be-00h ' In[0d"Lo t, Owner Financing.
.S-A.gut ST. AUG. Island Canal u .. LI: 5., .,5
34S Njssau Count/ : ,. .F(,r Cla I- rj Adleririp, Lots 75'. 125". mreed 904-282-5449- 388-752-0784
300ut of Area/ruown,i`7 e'nes" ha fbee,, kelp- ,.,r1I I80) 2Y -I e oocld litsmnosOaHNS
3r6ManulacruredHomes : .,., ; I n .. -1- i'-d y d/i Nblews -,br.'2b. 1700eWnSburc.- 2amin t... h,-0 GuC l
370 Lots for Sale '
375 Farms 'Acreage r.j i.'. IO ..-m-e
380Investment Property frs.mncfEd the heorne ofth"eir
385 Miscellaneous "- : I '' o'.ina ,lh in c4ri-b, h
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390 Real Estate Wanted 1 11 hiiniamn..csmrr...h-i.in
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20 Estate-., APARTMENTS dli,-r LtIj2',B Lammj.
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375 Acreage 410 Condomiiums 420 Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished 707 Driver 707 Drive 710 Idusriades 710 InTrades 710 InusTrades
SBamea dows/Point CDL CLASS A DRIVERS TRUCK DRIVERS AIT prin & HVIN & ATH M
JEFFERSON CO. GA-80 d Place 3/2, balc N'SIDE RTO 6 Properties Localhauling. S1S0/ Earning p0tentl trSp Experience & SHELVIN& BATHR
ac a a gatedco,$1100, 2 to 5 Bdrms, 12 th day +6Hfts. Permanent $800-1000/wk Co. pro- cof-W7 trAnsptrtation acmust.oNew ACCExeSSRIE INBTHAnLr
ac farmland, 2250/ac. gated cord $1100, no
Contact G. Sa msas pets. 904-821-8446 ch/a newly renov,$550 Commercial work. call9266N2030 vided CD training forE
Conservator, P.O. Box -$850m3. 904-537461 or 941-526-6930 those who Qualify Now hiring exp't Interiori homes, No rack tion a must. Exc pay.
250, Decatur, Ga 30031 BCH/ KERAN Avanti ET3/ a mReal Estate School Grads. & Exp..Trim Carpenters. Pd Holi painters. 778&3720 Call 904-8133189
ame n.S-378n arkfenctyrl. arpot,gnear'CDmm0rcha/. Drivers Welcome. Call days, Vacatons, Benefits MANUFACTURING
S OUNA N s4t m ea, rd p ara t 500 SCommercial/ 866-374-0764 mMust have own tools/! Now hiring full time
N.C. MOUNTAINS! mnF9 0..62.2418 park on .61st. St. $750 A Itransp. 284-3753 i manufacturing posi- l I['4Vla tU
South Mountain Peaks505 mo. + dep. 24-0904 SCommercial/ Sale WRECKER DRIVER tions, including forklift
A NewMt. Development ICW/AVANTI CONDO'S OAKLAF PLANT Indusifor Rent Class B lic. No Felonies. operators, qualified
e w M o nt I/vA CD NOAKLEAF PLANT. RE A L E STATE industrial for Rent Candidate must Benefits. Apply in a Iectriis u, ahvenme-
1.7ACHomesiteswith Beautiful Irg2/2w/gar, / OAKPOINT2341sf,4/3. E ES507CommercialATE Candidate must Benefits. Applying ecican le imme-
Fabulous Long Range Mt. 2nd fir, AvI 6/1. $1100m. New3car gar., 1 story Dan Jones possess a valid Fl. person at 10053 103rd St. Fai nHg rw;I mechanical and line We have an fime-
Views. $39,900- $89,900. 904-471-0163/407-460-1704 ranch style, nice & Associates, Inc 510Busnesses for Sale Call 904-771-7111 for Framing Crew on operators. We offer a diate opening for a
Log Cabins on 1 2 AC Sites. amenies. quietn'hood & Associates, Inc Reta/Office Space Drivers LicenseMust have own real opportunity with
$89,900 $132,900 ICW Wolf Creek, New, 3/2 ttoolsttynotivated ind
Fi naningF0REE.Info. 1623Sf. gated B/ $1400.282-6794/327-9061 (904) 757-3466 for Sale With a Clean DrivingWxoo Ms t & ,nshe .Town rea oppon with idalwo
.inE.RADAIfo. NNSS cog 515 Retail/Office Space 0,-i t 7. &rndTstopal/ paysrinn 0its.0^ ar.e vidre
CALL 828-256-1004 Hodges. Wtr/swrw/d, Oakleaf brand new, 4/3 w.ERADANJONES.co 515 Retail/Office Space Record, usBe 710 IndTradesl/ exp a must. Sign on e a anho desires
$1295m dp. 631-5258 close to Argyle Elem. Homes, for Rent Friendly and Enjoy holidays, company sonville in a growing t
3DU/2 GA-k ares.n MA A L urde galorefo Ipch Townhome5, and shirts. 904.p591 .8475 community. Contac tive technician. If
3/2MewpgraAesgalcsIWorking People A/C DUCT CLEANING hRoseCn4rct9sc4 7 Sanderson Pipe at t do hard
t o G26ars MARSH LANDING PAL MSl350mo.s 04-236-986 9 Condomu 515 Office Space W* et enf s TRUCK OrPERATO dto hard
$249K. 912-586-6756' 1385mo. All amenities OAKLEAF PLANT. 4/2, 1, 2, 3,&4 Bedrooms 51 For Rent Room to Advance GooddD pay benefits. H/R. wBorkcontact
mncl. Call 588.5350 Lease $1250m. or Buy $525 -$1600 G ood Dving record a CORIAN INSTALLERSWalker or
S.E. GA. brickhomevGoodmust. Indoor CORIAN INSTALLERS n Walker or
S.15 ac GA. brick home NATURES HIDEAWAY 3/2 $275K. Brand new inc. In the JTB & PHILLIPS l must DFWw/exp.& clean DLGreat iial & Jerry Durbin
15 acre, fenced pasture NATURE HIDEAWA 3/2 $950 appl/blinds. 904 759 9262 Following Areas: Starting at $275, utils Apply in person: Comfort 396- 77.71 pay monthly bonuses w ith commerenceial & Jerry Durbint
house. Owner financ- Pool, Playgrnd, Gated Comm Oakleaf Plantation NEW Northside included. GOING FASTI M ust pass d Dixon Stone en tools & texperlen aT
in $31K 912 2393 VANSANDTRE 393540 3/2/2 c ar, w/d hkup, Mandarin Call Rod 343-8922 565-1314 x293 632 tranortation. WESTSIDE
Wayne. Gy BranCO. aea 2NearvAil June 1wntwn 1,920 sf to 1,520sf 10863 Philips Hywy Ii lE1VS

St w al e i. AK San Marco Eastpark Great location! Jacksonville, F Resi dental and Light ELECTRICIANS &HELPERS Re person o als 62 C
in mai 4ac tracts. 553.8313PCS '1700 canopy Oaks 4/2, Vitoria Point (904)99339 Coppmmret health aorTTopPerso engines. F/THolidays, phone ase
Starting at 40k. 1.6 mi 1750sf $1300m 4th mo. free Arlington EDWyOFFICES insrate, Company On y The Best Needed pd vacation. 387- 4455 EOE Drug-Free Wrkplc
from Hwy 32 & Brown NEW FLEMING ISL. *1204 Bedrock Ln. Brand Southside SIDERO DriverICES paid yearly cruiseall 3896333OLRE
0town Rd. 912-996-4277 mi. PLANTATION 4220 0-42nt wto dw n wn wn(conf BEAT THE HEAT 401K Year round work DaARFIV CEREDED
Tennessee Land Watts CONDO 4058 Pebb ebrook dir. 4/2, intercoastal West rm & recent area 6124501 Drive a l atemodeltake home new vehicle EXP'D ONLY DOZER OPERATORS, EXCA
cor e Teo DinA 1835SF, 3/2.5, & GAR. FOR Od5 $1200mo, All avail. Wti ELECTRICIANS&HELP- VATOR O RS &OFF
RBarAe.GTe ntic eaanUNs. os EXECUTIVES RENT S tE CAvehicle w a/c. Earn CalDSnyderA/Cat ELECTRICIANS &ELPE724-1637 TsS
mo 9042073215 Approx"A" RATED SCHOOLS, POOLS, from 500REGENCY9A KHOEOPERATOR- EOE,$13Benefits, psf 401K Assistant
fdrg test req'd avail
to2200 AC. LAND YMCA. S1MILESFOR NAS, deck with woodas4/, Ved & FOR OUR i9 Scott/Tom 384-3666 Tim Collins. A/CSHEeMETAL 813-. 635 9482- U- Sbest e c Ca



912-293-5301 fiartness ctr & more, $9in hard no pets$700m+depina rt e Drugtestingrequred. r DepartmentExpe



9oaodmmo neipavh ORTEGA/OP area9Condo oAppro5400-sf3 904..35.2400/695.9638r ROOSEVELT/NORMANDY O8, 3Ben0extl4 BOOM4TRUCK/CRANE TsO, o SS enceNecessary.
S$1900m. 904, 29. 0389 Homes A NEW RETAIL CENTER DRIVERNoHring P 1 BACKHOE OPNERATOR- EnBe newt s, 40KAssistant









new 4- $800.1yrlease. Lenox 50.0698 TRACTOR TRAILER tor with good benefits MEechanical comm. 268-4010 or fax
al a 215 20265053793 A-rg furn rm, new hm, DRIVER C allaway Contractinge 1-800-258-4637 268-4014




*lKnvesr Rb 0 p d 3R2S 1 NS kbr Od n t ou lk a(Rubber 90 re53. Salary at 904. 3751-8944 MH q between .eie M unsde
Mtn Wildlife on 3 sides. ofeoNTdoNy, OroP/COLLINS RD. New 8n:30a0SFfOwneru opeB0Tratom beEdon eeiearneo.w
Several ponds, pasture, ground floor unit, $695 3/2.5TH w/gar. all appi W'SIDE 2/2 OR 3/2, priv. 12 MO HALF RENT. Local, Reional & Long- Apply i on peron 8300 a & 3ha
large pine & hard- mo+Rdep. 904-264e3794 cin. Chatham Woods lot, w/d, utilshed,-h/a, (904)288-8500 Haul Freight. Best pay W. Beaver St 781-4818 For Busy Service
woanjoseekstment.com sMo O A srwalk Amed95-37354 no pets, $700m+dep. in Jaxrr Jaxort badge Drug testing required. LDeparten Exper-
road mountainswith ORTEGA/OP area Condo or 954-309-5638 904,635.2400/695-9638 ROOSEVELT/NORMANDY R'd. Call today TRACDOZE, Necessary.






360PVB New Summerhouse $2350/mo.144 BOOM TRUCK/CRANE R PRATORC, r. e ariS.r i Frar..:i
degree views. Will for sale or lease. Nopets NEW RETAIL CENTERS OPERATOR needed for OFFd5ROADETRUCK DPERIERS, cl Bones
divide into 2 parcels Lr4/2.5 THS 12990/ O.P. COUNTRY CLUBe W'SIDE Near Orange Pk. 80000SF FLATBE WRECKER immed opening w/ex ,
$3l b95 0 w a c ke o r n 3 2/2Omo. 779-2288 4/2.5 2130sf Pool home 3br1ch&a E qualityarea, E2pd Adre rt Jn -


ORTEGA WATERFRONT gated comm. 472.5003 fi rm+ dep;9n4-777s17 CALL (904)2888500 Vacation awl train 2820906 Co oc.
2/1.5 w/d wood firs.R Apply at R.& J. Towing, 77 w n B. A. O6-60,










vronveet, men, min. Lease option 3/2. Nice neigh- 4oa 8 H n E Rd. tccoTR YAOE6
Mropoerti s itn immed. 86.0301 blorhood. i, yard. Roommates For Lease. Wessde PUNCLIST person for INSULATORS WANTED r t-free U e sn
m R390-2 154 Shopping or. Lane & LargeGen eral Contrac "lmposte k nednothape y 28 -a on 41 quorinf
car_ $00. a yr. m1asse. Lenox 350-0698 TRACTOR TRAILER tor with good benefits Mech an icaln comm., 2r |s a a
Palencia New upstairs, 215.2026 o 505-3793. 9A-Irg furn rm, new hm, DRIVER Ponte Vedra Beach Must have reliable 1-800-258-4637. 268-4014
w/dB high spd cbie/spa OR EALEwd/IcES DSL, cbl, w/d, no i-aet, vJax area, Are you look- area 904-273-3053,ATRIANSp.90431-4505
Lnvsr Ri ehabr4 Ce8f NpLaAcSious li90-2 460 No Smkr $500 237-1rpr yn fo 3 SE 34 hese per wh inn for a position with MECHANIC- GtrounT d
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CoLotloaIN YPT E SDRA dA $9Om. 742-2459 ARLINGTON Ilocalwork, good3pay& withexperience reliable. IRON6WORKERFOREMAN ranporaton. D

SRen mt 2/2A Summer- ROOMMATESWANTED ur chase your own transportation a must. forsteel buildings.
o loanties house, golf side, $1100 -Org Prk Co Club beauti- 1 0 I 32 hrdwIod. irs, -truck with no mney TOp Payto i ht ol
Stringer -HighestLTV +e. Ca1838-9400 ful b rick hm4/3 2200sf ing ourur e IENndpoolE cov .. Tr n i sn, s-,, llu-h, rantOR&,p. ,rei r'd Contc
1 CNo Jun Gk Fees 2 car ar. all amenities eed2 wcapor patio back- 3- 4J6 35 'a1 rl ow '1" W. SIDEm .-a i i i. l' ; r91 I 2 R. *nhar,3 4 u23 378
2i0.71st LTVot2.A.. N P EW Bch 2BR/25A 1st-Fir $, 0o. 904-307-5834 yard. cnnlcn RobrL FiL7anMea
o n Newly Re&modeledr f utya4/scr Megahs. 904i-N 4- h652

SStar Amenities 050 130a m PVB B.aa 4/ sr uin;.:
90477v.04 1st Mo 19/2 off 229-6853 patio, lawn srvc, walk All. Blvd Kernan ,r r, or aInrci-A
to bch, RTO or lease opt .2 n,:m, 1 55 DlIbu r.
1531 LOGAN ST 3br/lba PVB New Summerhouse $2350/mo. 9044037372 .: ,i, ,r :. O rr. i:.,, Fr: r,: ni, .
L00sf htileWd frame s n. 1/1, golf view gtd, all Rive9 glide 225a9e WorbenSt r e 560Fsnn Sience. r a
Asking $23s00 Drive by amens, W/D, $875m 4 /2 landscaping inc d.
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CloseT OrA ng PEAL r PVBSpaeious2/2,2story $1395i+d ease384"7294 ri-ih..-r det N N9047 .r- 3 Flor.idT r ,: t,:ugh t
Sto rageitfpw/dnew SAi JOSE nearDUniv.Bvd Nr, MSD s
Mail 2br/1.Sba $e335000. renov. $1250me elect. 3/2 r t c. wd flrs, big NORTHSIDE
Call 386-235-6667 es 1240-38. 0056 ov msg fan yd. $ 00om. + dep. 90i -2 '-83. 0r .F Ru
aS'S.DE- 2/2, Southbrook. avail6/1 Call 61 4-3-80194 ir NA 5. 0 BtM lne.Es
Sweater sewer, pest SOUTHSIDE 3/1.89 0 OPFeml rWantedto share ALIA r
control rin no condo ch&ac HWFIrs, WD Hkps ,-, 2,s, nr, ,.e;, ,
fees, $795mwood. 722-92fi9 Screened Prch, Kit NEquip i0 u tiiwtii A REU R -
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Johns Twn Ctr. Amen, own, low or no deposit. LAR W R HOMRI Aneo &
MoveAim. 9nCH 04T 3F/2ud am a 90 7566p U L DEP .2
0 1 car garage stid 0mo. w/ 0.nde. DELIVERY. Est. clienCele
-SiaNew o dep a ta or $1300mo6 w/c large lot,. (ON SMOKING MALE) p38.t00. ReAgency harea
AAemREr92n5lleAYMRiTe brae/ w Call Bill 904-866-3213 000omNbe 18 38242-5.44
Sprch, / $1100. 904-276-2966 S'sidem 908 8eac 4. 30 2/2,, 1, .e"10,Tok
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Cby onstructiaeour3/Tpbus route, new crpt, tile if, i, RMSANEDor2
n Rehab Draw Up Front S'SIDE/BAYMEADOWS $19fmo.+lst eoi.+ sac.
l NO Pro" Pay Penalties Brand new 2/2.5TH$all 904-287-2727, 982-2106 ICW S550 Incl until. share
No Junk Fees app2s, scrnd porch, no hi. . i.i.-.: I r. I i1i o ,r3,.7
S36.HoureClosings pets. $S 8 90a31075 904-673. 8886 ST. AUG mBCH/Oceanfront _0-t b n 0. n7ec.1.1-"2 2 i, '-
SHighest % LTV cottage 3/2/ ACIs nicely
NO Money Down S'SIDE Wolf Creek off renovated, great beach. 5'SIE-N S Male Share
*100%o Financing Beach Blvd brand new $1800m Refs 904-384-7954 n ,, _,s.94 -3 5 T,
A I s$12/2, $1150/mo. Call01 ,.draer
131OGANTRoxanne 904-,406-500 ST. JOHNS CO/R210/195 In-l4 L7i Uroenh xn ih--. .... ducaoean
St. John's Co. New devel SIDEar. 990+sec. 1st & Last 'side UNF Student Seeks .
(Rte495 no 210) 2BR/2.5BA, 904-285.4459/813-6585 ,',,', .: ,',, ... 600 Pr,-,I i.n rchrn
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oreal Eg &i inground pool, 4 car Kit Equip, ch&a, Fenced. included. Omo.
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800ApartmentshVANwLSAkpE3/ r0 or 1 4liieacsh e. L r.n...-,.,g prepare you for 3 career in these excting high tech areas. They are protected to be among the
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pats. $700m+dep fenced backKyard, 10718F Ra-n/GradeWrkPhone#iD

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Large, 2, & 3 BRs. MAND Bartram Park TH, Nam
HUD Vouchers Accepted. 2/2.5 + ofc, leg scrnrm, ADVERTISING
$99 Deposit! (904) 751 -1510 will consider short term "
$11oomo. 742-2459 RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
NORTHSIDE Need a PlaceTo Q. MIDDLEBURG- 4/2 personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed. The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
$51,50 BR-$760 Hang YourHat? living and dng Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
1va&l3bR'! rooms, wood
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(904)7570240 family room, 1928, I qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
Apartments $900oo 1st month, black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.
N'SIDE 2/1 TH ch/a, f MIDDLEBURG sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Selectthe number of weeks ad isto run: 1 wk 1 2wks 1 3 wks 1 4wks
secndge Wra e t d L garageHo, built 200r3 ANIMAL OR PET ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
38th/Main 568 1228 valabe now, w/d DEADLINE FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
hookups, all apI's,
ARLINGTON -1br apt, kit pets ne3. $/12 m. BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No more than
$450o 3980679 MURRAY HILL JAX AIR INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
SANMARCO 2w/fphrdwdfirs, REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OFTHOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
1& 2 BR Special! Short coammuteto NAS NEW S MENTS IN THE BODY OFTHE AD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
CALL 398 -9492 JAX. Lawn maint' dl. $9985 I WVV 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
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W'SIDE off 103rd, nice N'SIDE 1BR HOUSE, cer.
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water. Call between electricbills.$650m.-;n-
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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
* Beautifully landscaped lake and
conservation views available
M Nature trail, playground
SClose to schools, shopping A
Easy access To 1-95 & 1-295 Any Time
. ..... .%.' Saver Home!
Estate sized lots
For More Information, Please Call -
904-764-0687
1-295 North to Dunn Ave. Left on Dunn to Barrington Cove on the right (North) side of Dunn.

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Homes Starting In The $ 190s!
* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
* Away from the traffic!
* Conveniently located near
1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd.


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


Homes Starting In The $200s!


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* Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
available
Conveniently located near
1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd.
For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968


Any Time
FF Saver Home!

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* Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
Away from the traffic!
Conveniently located close to
1-295 and Normandy Blvd.
For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968


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


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presenting this coupon will receive
a FREE gas card worth $200 at the
closing of their home!
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Be part of a growing
company with
unbelievable
flexibility on the job
and a fun environ-
ment every day. Did I
mention that the pay
is good?
Send your resume by
fax (904) 819-3575 or
e-mail me at luls.vien-
rich@ecolatino.com.


720 Medical
INSURANCE/BILLING
Position with good ben-
efits, experience nec-
essary Fax Resume
904-212-0175
FRONT/BACK OFFICE
positions available.
Exp required.
Please fax resume to:


715 Management/
71.5 Professional
LEASING CONSULTANT &
MAINTTECH- needed
at Mayport. 241-1657
Fax 247-8772
MAINTENANCE SUPER-
VISOR- needed for
Westside 269-6074 fax
269-7810

POLICE OFFICER &
a-.^ CORRECTIONAL
OFFICER
The Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office Is'cur-
rently accepting appli-
cations for Police, Cor-
rections and civilian
support positions. For
.qualifications pertaining
to Law Enforcement
careers, please visit
www.coj.net/jso or
call 713-4870. For civilian
support positions, please
contact HR at 630-2134.
The JSO Is an equal Opp'ty
Affirmative Action li player

PROPERTY MANAGER-
FT experienced for 168
units in Tallahassee.
Must relocate. Fax
resume to Teena at
407-282-5188 EOE DFWP

The opportunity you
were looking for!
Looking for a
bilingual candidate
(English/Spanish)

maintaining and
updating our
websites. Must
ensure design
integrity on each
project. Web page
building and web
maintenance
experience required.
Experience in
electronic graphic
design and/or web
development is
critical.
Includes familiarity
with the basic
components of web
site design, including
HTML, Image
scanning, editing
software like
Photoshop and
create multi-media
(audio, video, Flash)
products. Must be
accurate in spelling
and grammar.
Must have experience
with Mac OS.


720 Medical

Medical
Assistants
The Chesapeake Center,
Inc. Is seeking CMAs to
work at military facility.
Must Be Certified. Con-
tact Nate 866-912 5600x 2
fax/email resume to
757/436. 6843.
nparharnchesapeakectr.com

MEDICAL TECHNOLO
GIST /TECHNICIAN
Needed. Variable hrs
including evening and
Saturday. Must be FL
licensed. Busy In-office
Laboratory for FP/Peds.
Phlebotomy exp req'd.
Great atmosphere &
team concept. Fax
resume to 722-4267
Attn: Lynda

Part Time For busy pain
management office.
Fax resume 285.1707

Pharmacy
Technicians
The Chesapeake Center.
Inc. is seeking
Technicians to work in
military facility. Must Be
Certified. Contact Nate
866- 9125600 2
fax/email resume to
757/436-6843.
nparham@chesapeakectr.com

PHARMACIST
Occu -Health. Inc has
openings) fPharma
cist at NAVHOSP, Jack
sonville. Send resume
w/salary requirements,
current licenses, cer
tificates: email:
ohi@ohicorp.com orfax
(859)873-7982. EOE
PHLEBOTOMIST- PT hrs
for early a.m. & week
end hrs in leading
medical office include
ing PEDS. Must be team
player and able to
ravel between offices.
Computer exp a MUST
& minimum 1 yr phleb
exp req'd. Fax resume
to 722-4267 attn: Lynda
RN/LPN Full Time
Cardiology Research
Dept. Exp pref'd. Exc
benefits. Riverside.
Fax to 308-2175


Sharp! Alert! Efficient!
If this describes you and you are at least 18
years 'of age, type 25crape, High school diploma
or GED, US Citizen and of good moral character
your application is needed immediately. The
Clay County Sheriff's Office is hiring for Emer-
gency Communications Operators In our state of
ne art communications center.
Benefits Package Includes:
*Starting Salary $23,727 with Merit Increases
*Comfortable Work Environment
*Excellent Training Program
*Health, Life & Dental Insurance
*12 Paid Holidays
*College Tuition Program
*Sick & Annual Leave
*State Retirement
*Uniforms & Laundry Service Provided
*On Site Cafeteria Meals Provided
For more information and application contact:
Clay County Sherifrs Office
P. O. Box 548,901 N Orange Avenue
Green Cove Springs, Fl 32043
(904) 213-6040
Deadline to A9ply June 16, 2006
EOE/Drug Free Workplace


723 Dental
DENTIST for Navy Clinic.
Jacksonville. Malprac-
tice covered. Benefits.
Send CV to:
jerin@cherokeemedlcal.com

724 Education
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Position at The Cam-
bridge Prep School, pre
-school. Competitive
salary, & great benefits
package. Directors
Credential required.
F a x r e s u m e
904-246-7026 or e-mail
lnfo@cambrldgeprep.com
725 eOffice/
S Clerical
RECEPTIONIST-For Jax
Law firm who canr,
multi-task Fax resume
954-518 8669 or email
I,- aoencro-ru ,rroberg cOm
Professional/
730 Personal
Services
HAIR STYLISTS
Best pay plan in Jax. ins
& benefits. No clientele
needed. Intracoastal
area 220-2012
HAIR STYLIST & MGRS.
Busy Salon in St. Johns
Co. Need friendly profs
Hrly wage+bonuses.
Call 280-4212/631-7614

735 Restaurants/
SHotels
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train. AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399.1110
* Housekeepers
SDisplay Kitchen Cook P/T
* Breakfast Servers
* Front Desk/Inside Sales
Courtyard Marriott
Apply in person
at JTB & 1.95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904,296-2828
EOE/DFWP
LINE COOKS Lunch &
dinner shifts avail, for
Caffe Andiamo
500 Sawgrass Village Dr
Ph. 904.-280-2299


735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels
PM KITCHEN
SUPERVISOR- from
llam-7:30pm.also
need KITCHEN COOKS.
Apply:Moose Haven
Food Service, 1701 Park
Ave, Fax resume
904-278-1209

740 Retail
RETAIL SALES
Orange Park area. Full
Time, salary plus
commission.
Call at 276-4840

745 sales



NOW HIRING 5 SALES.
ASSOCIATES
for Jax's #1 Dodge Team.
Will train!
Sell new and used, excel-
lent pay plan, bonus and
company benefits.
Apply in Person
Frank Panone
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave
EOE Drug free workplace

SALESPERSON
For industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385
SALES/WAREHOUSE
Experience req'd for
construction trades,
equipment & supply In
Jacksonville. Some lift-
ing, FL dr. lIc. Fax
resume 727- 573-5888

750 Technical/
Engineering
CONTROLS TECH
Heavy Industrial Air
Solutions Ingersoll
-Rand Cell Phone:
615-714-0108
Fax: 615-773-5218
EMail
TomGibbons@lrco.com


EARN EXTRA
MONEY
Jobs available now!
Deliver the BellSouth Real Yellow
Pages telephone book in the
Jacksonville area
* Full & Part Time Daily Work
* Pay within 72 hours
* Must be 18 or older and have
drivers license & insured vehicle.
(800)4221955
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press # 4 for Operator


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SCHEDULERS () COST
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opening. Excellent pay,
relocation & per diem.
Ace Consulting Inc; fax
resume 904- 829 0385

752 Warehouse
WAREHOUSE WORKER
-Immediate opening/
Auto Parts. $8/HR Exc
benefits. Apply In per-
son at The Parts House.
10321 Fortune Parkway.
EOE Drug Free Workplc.

755 Miscellaneous
ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
lMerr, Mla.as
H-.me Clearing
*No r.i gr.ls3 eekcnd.
norild j 3
* Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace
GROUNDS
MAINTENANCE Summer
help. Exp is a +
$8.50/hr. Pace Island,
OP. 278-6560 for appt.
JANITORIAL FT/Nights $
PT/Weekends St.
Augustine Rd & 95
area. Ponte Vedra area
PT Evenings 306-0050
MAINTENANCE PERSON
-AC certified/ certifi-
able maint person for
apts and rental in Lake
City. FL. Fax resume to
386-758 -8017
MAINTENANCE SUPERVI
SOR- full time, for 168
units in Tallahassee.
Must relocate. CPO &
HVAC licenses a must.
Call Teena at
407-282-7333 EOE DFWP
NURSERY WORKER
4 -10 hours wkly.
$8/hour. Experi-
ence desired. Love
of Children Required.
For info.
Igattuso@ghbpcusa.org
POOL TECHS -FT/ PT, on
site training. Crown
Pools, Call 858-4300


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755 Miscellaneous
TERMITE& PEST
CONTROL SERVICE REPS
F/T good pay, benefits.
% B & B Exterminating
389-3235

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

830 Child
830 Care
BIZZY BODIES
24 hrs. childcare 5min.
S from Mayport Base.
Infants and up.
Affordable and dependable.
Call LaKisha 241 9402






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

900 Antiques
SAntique three
piece parlor set
f Victorian repro. in
cherry king, queen
chairs, couch $1000.00
OBO $2200 new
622-8391


902 Appliances 905 Articles
DISHWASHER-HLP 75 GALLON AQUARIUM
WHIRLPOOL : rangege' $300,350 Che Engine
Wi r$25Cail r728 011 Parts. 817 366 1589 or
$2. 728.0101817. 313-5295
DISHWASHER
S Whirlpool, black, 4 A/C 12K BTU
tj asking. $200obo, window unit used only
call 912-882.5276 X. four months paid $300
S Microwave asking $175.269-9542
Over-the-stove GE
Spacemaker. Black, ANTIQUE MILK CAN
30 In.$50 2691478 (hand painted) $45,
LL 4 VCR Player, $S15, Ford
4 MICROWAVE AM/FM, radio, $25,
S OVER-THE-STOVE Rockford (Rosgate)
tL GE Spacemaker, Black, Boombox, $45.781-6222
30-in, $50. 269-1478 ANTQ DIN TABLE
RANGE WHIRLPOOL 6 chairs extra leaf
S electric $195.2yrs. JI with matching China
like new, cash only. cabinet, excellent
S Call 777-6660 condition, sacrifice for
anytime $1400.249-1666
SREFRIDERATOR/ AQUARIUM
FREEZER T Complete 55 gallon
with icemaker. $200, wlwith solid wood stand,
small, microwave, filters, fish, accesso-
$35, electric stove, $75. Dish- ries, everything goes, $90.
washer, $70.777- 0594 CASH Call 90 424379
REFRIGERATOR
Kenmore 18 cubic 4 BABY STROLLER
ft. white, like new, A w/ harder and car
ice maker, asking oL mount, portabe play
$25obo. 912-882- 5276 pen, white bassinet,
baby bouncer. All for $145.
S Washer/Dryer- 864644/ 693-2574
Kenmore. Really
ti'good condition. a BASSINET PLAY
can deliver i PEN- (converts)
call 994 0100 J | J black & tan, (Eddie
4 WASHE/DRE Bauer Edition) like
WASHER/DRYER new. $50. 912 8824899/
Kitchenaid Dryer Setl. 92 4n
S Almond. $125. kitch- 912-25-1520
enaid cooktop & BIKE- Little Tykes
downdraft. Almond, $65, T bike trailer, con-
26W49434 A verst to push
WASHER/DRYER- buggy seats, 2 very
WHIRLPOOL duravie, good condi-
S STACKABLE tion asking $50 395-2653
exc. cond can
deliver. Call 994-0100. BOAT/CARSHED
$400obo 12'x30'. Covered
ahq r/soRo two sides and
4 WASHER/DRYER F back. 12' peak.
oI Whirlpool, stacked Tarp 24' x30' new.
heavy duty washer & 264-6814
dryer combo,Q2 ys. C
old, outstanding condition. CAMERA- 35mm,
$500, 264-7003 9 canon sureshot,
Sj pocket size. Lots of
& Washer & Dryer features, takes great
.1| Kenmore. Good pictures with case &
) Condition, manual. $40.268 -2482
white, $50 each.
573-9707/674-4453 5 CHROME (4) 22" X20"
+ wrath 327 rims, S
S WINDOW AIR \l' pirelis tires. 5 lug w/
CONDITIONER with lug nuts, lock.
\J remote control, 12K Ex. condition, $1500 obo.
BTU. Like New! 110V. 912- 322- 7889.
$125, Call 269-2152 Like New $4500
905 Articles CRUTCHES
9u .T4 (2) pair. Wood,
For Sale j adjustable, like new,
each pair, $8. 268-2482
S5aquarium w/ sold4l f DINING RM LIGHT
f cherry hood stand. FIXTURE with 6
Lights, filters, test kit, / shades, $35 Casio
rod, everything needed, keyboard, $25, used
Excellent condition, boxspring & mattress,
$600 obo. 912-322-7889 $40 904-249-1666


905 Articles
9 For Sale

DISHWASHER
KENMORE
tl White, never used
$125. Zenith HDTV 27
inc $400, XBOX System with
games, $125. Call 386- 3724
4 Entertainment
Center-$75. 251n.
L color tv, $125
large rug, $100,
microwave $25. Patio set,
$35. Call 777-5856
4 EXERCISE BIKE,
$40\Sofas, $10ea.,
SI r computer desk,
$40, entertainment
center. Holds 32" TV,
$100 call 645- 0630
4 GAS EDGER
$65, lawnmulcher, $75.
VL Upright Vacuum, $20,
ys 20" Bike, $10.
Accordian 120 Base,
781-6222

GRACO BABY SWING
$50. Graco Pack n
Play (green) $65.
ExerSaucer $25.
Birdie playmate $20.
Graco Infant Carrier
Car Seat $50. Kolcraft
Mini Maestro 2inl
walker $25. Safety 1st
Bath Seat $10. Duck
Bath Tub $5. Hippo Sit
or can Push it toy $10.
Grocery Cart Cover
$10. Diaper Genie $15.
(8) 4oz Avent Bottles
& (4) 8oz Bottles $20.
4 boxes of clothes
size 3 months to 12
months. $$$$ 7?????
904-502-8001
SGRILL-FIESTA GAS
GRILL Brand New.
S1 35K BTU, gas grill.
Call Kim 778-2464
or 904-235-9658
4 JET-3 ultra motor-
Ized, wheelchair used
.approx 5x, new $5769,
seli for $2500 obo. Too
many options to list
904- 548-1161/ 912- 573-2149
SMENS SET GOLF
SCLUBS- VERY NICE
4 \ 1 FATHER'S DAY
GIFT. OFFER
AROUND $100. 317-6618
DAYS (9:30A-5P) AND
WEEKENDS
4 MICROFIBER SOFA
w/two recliners, good
condition, $150,
treadmill Nordic
Track, EXP 20001, $175.
MUST SELL this weekend.
912-576-4731
SHALLEY CLASS III
Universal under frame
Switch. Removed from
1996 Jeep Cherokee.
Fits a wide year range, $40.
904-277-3436


905 Articles
For Sale
S OFFICE DESK
large modular
S u-shaped corner
hutch, Peninsula pro-
fessional quality, like new,
sacrifice for $1100.
Call 757-7009
S Open Top
S. Baby Swing
and 2 baby activity
gyms. $25, for It all,
904 -294- 0250 ask for Casey
4, PUNCH BOWL SET
12 cup. Crystal.
S Perfect condition!
$40. 912-510-6522
St. Marys. Great Price for
this original. Beautiful
Bowl!
Radial 10" arm- saw,
$150. 12volt,
SI emergency light.
$75, woodeater,
$60, vehicle, ramps, $50,
vehicle, hitch platform.
S60.904 212 7352
4 RHODE GEAR
BICYCLE CARRIER
very good condition,
$35. Holds 2 full size
bikes. Call 221-4426
4 TRAIL STAR JR.
GO- KART
f 6hp, 2wd, 2 seater top
speed, 25mph, roll
bars asking, $450. Call
904 548-1161/912- 573-2140
TREADMILL
REEBOK VISTA-
S with TV. You Must
See to Believe. Call
Kim at 904-778-2464 or
904235- 9658
WATER HEATER-
SOLAR, $100
call Steve after
6pm, for details,
8196859

9 20 Business/
2 Office

Fireproof Filesl
4 Drawer Fireproof Files
$699 Each
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

9 Collectables
922 & Jewelry
S20 -Franc Brilliant
uncirculated gold
L rooster coins,
1906 1914. $199 ea.
269.1478
4, COINS
20-Franc Brilliant
S Uncirculated Gold
Rooster Coins. 1906,
1914, $199 each, 269-1478


922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry
SILVER BARS (1 oz)
adn rounds, $14.
S5oz bar $70, 10oz bars
$149. Uncirculated
Silver Eagles, $18+.
904-269-1478
4 SILVER BARS 1OZ
and rounds, $14. 5oz
Bar, $70, 10 oz bars,
$149. Uncirculated
silver eagles, $18+ 269-1478

928 Electronics
4 TV. 14 in RCA
SFlat screen front and
rear A/V. Sleep timer,
great condition,
$50.268-2482

945 Garage


,, ,- .
2nd Annual Benefit
Yard Sale
Saturday from 8 3,
(NO EARLY SALES),
you can find that
special item you've
been looking for and
help us provide our
much needed ser-
vices at the same
time. We have a large
amount of holiday
items this year! Drop
Sby and enjoy a
Chick-FI-A sand-
wich and Coke for
lunch. For more
information on our
organization, log onto
www.HendersonHaven.org
2554 Moody Ave,
Orange Park

Fruit Cove River Oaks
Plant. Fri.& Sat. 8-5;
Everything Must Go
Furni 1108 KTngsland Ct.
4 HONDA CIVIC 94'. New
S tires. Runs great,
tI .excellent gas mileage,
$1300.269- S5460
HOUSE DEMOLITION
SALE -Windows, AC,
drapes, apple etc. 1054
Popolee Rd. Ext. Sat 8-1
ICW Sat 8-12 Nottingham
Harbour 965 Staveley Dr
W. furn & hhold Items!
MOVING SALE!
Treadmill, clothes,
S furniture, baby items,
call 771-6593/
536-4366. DUVAL MAGGIE
CIRCLE ask for Fabby
NASJAX MVG SALE
772-1642 OR http://
krisseelll.tripod.com


945 Garage
Sales
4 ORTEGA On Going
8358 Sterling Dr. S.
32244 Tv'S, dvd, tv,
vcr, computer monitor,
printer, paints, computer
desks, more. 904- 803- 6617/
772-7795
a ORTEGA -ONGOING
S8358 STELUNG DR.S
Sh Queen bdrm set,
living rm set, TVs,
DVDs, VCRs, whirlpool,
washer/dryer.
904- 772- 7795/803- 6617
SOUTHSIDE -Sat 8-4,
3920 Dairy Dr. Behind
School.
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
950 Garden/
Lawn
John Deere 1800/Sprayer
Great Condition, 1860 hrs.
Won't last @ $4,300.00
Matt 334-9516
Lawn Mower, MTD.
5hp, bagger,
lself-propefed, $80.
Gas. Trimmer, $25,
Toto Lawn Mower, $150
call 268.1384
SAGO PALMS -2600 avail.
in pots, $9ea. 132 South
15th St. Fern Bch.
904-261-3680
SEARS CRAFTS-
MAN II, Lawn
Q tractor, 12.5 HP. 38"
S cut 5 spd, $250.
287.8433/334-1962
SSEARS RIDING MOWER
S 36",11HP, $350. RUns
< > l good, Call Dan
573-9874 (w)or4p-.8p
@ hm 912-729-4001
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAP! Private indi-
vidual 904-334-8731
9aC Household
9 Furniture
SBaby Crib Solid
Oak $150. Toys, girls,
toddler, clothes, lots
of baby items.
277-1634. oceanl616@
wmconnect .com for pics
BAR STOOLS Trica, cus-
tom built at wholesale
price 904-268-5673
SBdrm Set- 5 pc set.
Oak veneer,
Q111 headboard
dresser, night
stands, and armoire,
$300 for all. 287- 9159
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904)674-0405


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955 Household 955 Household Household
5 Furniture 9 Furniture 955. Furniture
D COUCH-7t. HIDE- A- BED SOFA
BED $100 1/1 tapestry fabric Good condition,
Brand name box & matt l I Broyhlll excellent f light brown, $50.
BED $115. Full SET, brand 9 67-66fterpm MATTRESS-queen
amnat ioration.1 cal4 Queen M E e
name, new w/warr in pillow-top mat-
plastic 391-1105 can del 2 Dining Rm Set L tress and box.
lodNWww r27ve seat MvstoeChi
BED $1409QN PT box& cOak,0,ffee "alMovint go
new in plastic.858-9350 $20o. Antique chairs, 8642548560-3126 orke New
$100 ea., vanity/desk chair, 8 Uk New!
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top $5. 904 -260-6187 MAYTECH
Brand New Can Deliver DINING RO t
( )74-0405 N DINING ROOM TABLE l COMPUTER with
1w/6 chairs andlighted 4., monitor, speakers,
BED $349 Beautiful new I China Cablnet(oak) keyboard,&epson
temp-pedic MEM. box _1 $690. Ent Snter, solid styles printerw/desk, $500.
& matt in plastic, 7yr oak$490.718-6314 Simmons Beautyrest
warr 398-5200 can deliv Queensz set, $300.221- 7323
BED $370 ALL NEW Contemrary, likSe N nd$25 ea
VISCO Memory Foam new, $12So, ent. cntr, $35. 6ght
Sets. Kings from $599 $1000, flowered sofa, excellent con on.
(904) 6740405 $200.541-0313/651-9302 Linda. 7830197
BED A BrandName $185 Dining Set On Headboard
King Set. NEW w/warr beautiful honey, oak, w/frazne, 2 chests,
Can deliver. 391-0015 l w/ 2 leaves,6 chairs I dresser w/ mir-
matching buffet and ror. 1 nightstand.
BED Brand name Kg pill hutch, lots of other ltems. Oak Finish. $550
topSET. $299. New, w/ 904-230-8445 912.729-1585
warr. Can del. 391-0015 DRESSERS QUEEN SZ BED-
Bedroom furniture I BEDROOM FURNITURE dresser, mirror,
Queen bed with two s DRESSERS. ONE LONG IA night stand, mat-
nighttads 9 DRAWERS, ONE TALL tre, boasprings,
dresser with mirror. DRESSER, MATCHING END rails, headboard,
Cal 476-5791 TABLES AND TWO footboard, oak con-
temporar Amelia
MIRRORS. $800 Isiand. $650. 491-7996
Bedroom 4Pc Set $298 CALL 645-0630 49
Sleeper Sofa Queen size
HUGE Tent Salel i END TABLE w/lamp & Basset, very good cond.
This WeekFONLYI bookcase combo. $5. $300. 904.768.2480
Prints From 2 298 573-9707/674 4453 SOFA- $50. Blue
4 Drawer Chests Fr7m 9 | CNTER. Solid oak. It with lae pink,
13 Rm8lPc Condo Pk n9981 Upto36"TV,3good design. Three
Assorted Nt Stands 139- condition, 0"x3" cushion. Two pillows,
3PcSealyQnBed 199 $0. pretty,butworn some.
125" Color TV's From $99 ,.Ent,-ranent Center, 912.510.6522
SCLEA T Oak, very big, VGC. SOFA/CHAIR w/
( CENT I \J360 573.9707/674-4453. Ottoman Italian
S (904)396-9000 $400obo 1' leather imported
off white excellent
BEDROOM SET- 4 4 ENTERTAINMENT condition, $1000 obo,
Piece set, Queen | CENTER cai904 291-4142 after
t mattress, box- XL Holds 32", tv, beautiful 5pmr
S spring mirror, wood, $100, end SOFA- dining room
dresser, night stand, tables, $50 ea, sofas, table, & chairs,
medium oak, $100ea. everything excel- coffee maker,
contemporary style, $900 lent condition, call 645 0630 microtek scan-
obo, 491- 7996 maker, large wood
BED Solid wood cherrEntertainment framed mirror, vacuum
sleighlbd w/mtt &r Center solid wood, M loim
sleigh bed / tt. 3pc s.,.S ftltwo ca9047776684
box. Retail $950, Sac. light ed glass SOFA-Light blue
$395. 858-9350 Can deliv cabinetrs, lighted. with matching
-. Black Metal Bed- Ful desk/bar V.sC$6Ocai ll L wing back chair.
U sz, futon, w/twin 904-261-8673 Glass coffee table
lunk. $M2s00obo. &and end tables $100
291b5707 Futon/Bunkbed Combo. obo. 912- 510-6522
9- 50The futon is a couch St. Maerys
SBUNKBEDS-TWIN. that turns into a full
Red/brown, only bed. Bunk bed on top. 4 SOFA-Queen Anne
had for 6 months, Black Metal asking hl Sleeper and ioveseat.
w/r1 maft $300. $300. Comes with both Great condition.
Call 779-1251 Mattress & sheets. $200Lobo. 904-264-9507.
904 502- 8001 Pictures available by email.
COFFE TABLE richnlek@comcastnet
Green marble, Glider Rocker
cherry wood, Blue adn oak. 4 Student Desk.
excellent condi- Good condition, $35. Good Condition, $10. -
tion, $75. 90".261- 8673 573-9707/674,4453 573- 9707/674-4453

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955 Household
S Furniture

4- SOFA- sectional
Sofa, blue/green
SI color, 2 recniners,
pull down table,
queen size sleeper, 9 ft
x lift, V.G.C, $500,
904-261-8673
4- TABLE- beautiful
T solid oak banquet
Stable adn 10 chars.
Cash & Carry only.
$1895. Call 912 729- 7307
(leaves store inside)
STABLE- Like new,
48" round dining
rm table with 4
cushion chairs.
$250obo. 904- 551- 0206
STABLE- solid oak,
oval banquet table
& 10 chairs.
$1850 cash & carry.
Beautiful! 912- 729- 7307
-, TABLE- white ceramic
Coffee table, 2 end
I1 tables, one couch
tops, $450. Call 778 9167
TWIN BED (RED).
SNO mattress, EC, $20.
ll wk 573- 9707/
hm 674-4453

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527
IBANEZ R6 220 for
sale. Comes with
tl7 case, pedals, 2
-amps, and cables.
Call and make an offer.
860-857-3126
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
PIANO -w/bench, Kim
ball, console, good
cond. $500 641-9161

Q98oi Sporting
Ov Goods

-, GOLF CLUBS- set
Smen's golf clubs.
I Reasonable offer.
S 317-6618. Days,
10a-5:30p. Mon -Thur.
Nights lop
STILL HUNTING CLUB,
North of Lake City.
Call 904-282-2838
PARABODY LAT PULLEY/
pulldown machine $200
(2) Bodysolid proclu-
bline hack squat/leg
press machine $500
Free bench w/ ea
purchase Call 781-6355
99o Wanted To
9 Buy Or Trade

a. INSTRUMENTS
S Local music teacher
4.1 seeking pianos and
keyboards for stu-
dents. Must be reasonably
priced. Contact Lisa,
912- 576- 3773





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


1010 Pets &
11 Supplies

YORKIES AKC Tiny ador
able IF, 1M $1000ea
w/shots, 904-502-9891






Transportation
1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215 Boat Dockage &
Rentals
1220 Marine Equipment
and Supplies
1230RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335 $2000 or Less
1340 Trucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autos/Trucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
... LET US ****
SELL YOUR BOAT
-Consignments Needed.
Salter Marine
Specialists Inc. 904-284-0155
Propeller- for
SMercury, Mariner
Sand others. FIts 18
hp plus. Never
Installed. $50 firm.
904-264-6054 after 4
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F OUTBOARD MOTOR R
SEvinrude 225 H V6 1286
I Clean dependable
$2,500.o0
well antalned
Will test drive for $ .
serious buyer
j Call 904- 962-4525

mo Baha Cruiser 02'
257 walk around,
5.7L mercrusier, I/O
loaded with trailer.
Moving North. $35K obo.
651-9302/541-0313
12' Shallow Draft Skiff
w/trlr, 2004, 9.9hp mercy
w/warr. 2 401b minn
kota trolling mtrs
w/batt & warr, rigged
for flsh'g $2200 424 5470
150 hp, force out-
Sboard. Motor for Sale
e l obo, trade for small
motor, canoe, kayaks.
Daniel Pease. 573.-9874 w/
912, 729-4001
15'10" Canoe (2) life
S vest paddle $250. Cat
4 top cardrier Included.
359-6192
or 287- 6116. BOB
S, LOWE JON BOAT
S16ft 1985, long trailer,
< 7Shp. Evlnrude, 1983
50hp Johnson, 1974
$1800 for all. 7441794/
742-3525
S17ft. Monarch. 115 hp,
4 stroke Johnson. Runs
excellent needs tran-
sum work and new
floor boards. $1600obo.
Rich 912-467-3149
2OFT. Searay


Sunrunner 9o'. 5.7l
100 Livestock O1 350 Ingro/out-
1005 Supplies board,$soooh,
1010S 904c71093470 /777-6829
WESTSIDE FOR RENT 25' AQUASPORT '01 WAC
7 acres. For horses or Twin 150sohnsons. ii'e
cows, $25mo. new, 0l0hrs. $3 4.9r0
779-9007 229- 242-6886/561 0777
Traia.ni & Exercise Equip 29.6' MONTEREY '94,


www.horseandkennel.com 4 JET SKI 92'
Horse & Kennel Warehouse I Yamaha'Wave
1096 E. 18TH ST 354-7634 jaRunner Il. new engine
trailer Included.
1010 Pets& call 912-882-6444
S supplies PEX A-9
4 AQUARIUM- small l boat with 1SRP
C with fluorescent light, o.L 2 in atS
ppttanJohnson no
Spumpfilter, holes/patches, $2000.
water heater wIth 282-.4094 or cell
manual all for $28.268- 2482 757- 373-8794
Australian Shep 7wks
Taking dep. S/W, POP, WANTED!
Red &Merle 779-2590 Boats, Motors, & Traiier
Any Condition!
Ball Pythons $39.95, "The Used Parts Pe'o "e'
Ferrets $99- $129, WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
Parakeets $8.95, Feeder _____
$.99 & up. Gna's Apt s
Pets at Pecan Park Flea u 1230 Supplies
Market Booth A171, PP
A173Sat&Sun AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS, MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
CKC, HC, SHOTS, 4M-3mo. ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
old. $250. 904-449-0202 Sales, Service, Parts
B miho ,r* f IEJD. Sanders R.V. Sales
BOXER PUPS AKC 3M/4F Aachua (386)46nders 3031
Fawn w/black mask Alachu80(3841.64393
$600. 888-837-7735 1-'00' 5416439
BOXERS PUPS AKC, POP, I
fawn w/blk mask $600. Alegro 1997
904C962-9518/641-5394 36' Bus, Exc. condt on
I may be seen on ir e
Cairn Terrier 'Toto' pups http://www.jack crn
M. F POP S/W HC $600! villeflorida.biz. see all
757-1086 or cell 610-4250 I the details.Call
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES smi l -
sz, beautiful, shots, HC
$450. 386-963-4932 COACHMAN CAT-
CHIHUAHUA PUP PY ALINA lite hilly
I 2,cup2l0 p PUn 2C s,/loaded, double and
12wk, couple w0th no bunk beds, sleeps
Skids preferred. Call 6,g a/c, heat, stove,
778-8315 anytime shower, $9500,,485 0013
Chihuahua CKC rare blue
F $1500. 2/F black & tan, 4k DUTCHMAN FIFTH
cream/white $700ea I | WHEEL TRAILER
both CKC 386-684-2698 \,LC BUNKHSE ED. 02"
CHIHUAHUA PUPS $350. 28ft long cable, call 264 -6239
AKC, 1st. shots for more Info, sleeps 8.
904- 673-0666 Dutchman Travel Trailer
CHIHUAHUAS PUPS, '99 Fully containe-d 2 '
Long & short hair,from full fridge/fre ezer.
$350.$500. 904-757-8567 stove/oven, nr.c r.,:.
wave w/stereo Ca.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES TV. Full ba/shwr g7800
$250 to $350. Daytona 904-491-0103
Beach 386-951-4102
Cockatiels for Sale DUTCHMAN 5TH WHEEL
Cockatiels for Sale BH, 28' 2002 w/ald..
All colors avail. Extras. '05 Dodg-R a,r.
Call 6740598 or avail.904.264-6239
674.0598 anytime day or Fleetwood Mallard 24' IT
night. 2004 Never beer uieda
Collie Pups AKC, smooth $13K. 352-475-15:l
or rough coated $550
904-291-9301/509-6843 Rexhall Rex Air '99. HCSE
class A Triton V-t1.
Dachshund Mini Pups Genevac 5.5 generate r.
AKC, sweet boys, HC, loaded with all o:30,:01.5.
microchip, $400 -$500 Rear King Bed ialo
cash. 904-449-4267 bath, coran counter
L -AKC tops, dual Durc o Tnkrr
ENGLISH BULL PUPS-AKC lowoprofle ACs. 2TWV
3M, 2F, $200 dep. Pickup 2VCRs DVD. UpA.urde
on 6/7/06. Call lighting, wood C r ao
Teresa 904-449-5110 throughout, d-.etr-
GOLDEN RETRIEVERPUPS wings, backup cmer
AKC, HC, SHOTS, Ready wi backup cmerit ,
6/14. $450. 4F/4M, f oor n kitchenAZ.0 i
904-945-9898 ing jacks, heated m,
GREAT DANE PUPPIES rors. Too much mre ti,
1M/IF AKCReg. 90wks list. This will make
by UCF 407-446-6266 great first timer. Coacn
is in great shape an,
Italian Greyhounds 2 only has 55k miles A
Ferns akc, loving and must see at $40 000i
gentle moving need Please call Dar. a1
good homes, sacrifice 759-6126 after lpmr in
300 ea. Call 291-6859 weekdays and anr, time
SKITTENS-FREE on weekends
to good home, B/W
and calico. Call 1300 Motorc cles
912-258. 0649 1300 Motor les
or 912- 576-8769
LAB AKC block head ATC 2005 20 cc
bkgrd 2 yellow female camo color lights
pups $350ea, lyo black 1I," reverse four stroke
Lab $150. 904- 781-0194 less than 10 hrs
LAB $ 0-1 $ S15.00. firm 622-8391
LAB PUPPY-i,
AKC, weeks $500 4 ATV CAMO COZOR
941-62& 6620 2005,250CC, 5-speed,
IAHIIIEAKM /F L' 4..trans four cycle, less
LAB PUPPIES AKC 1M/3F, that lOhrs, reduced
blk, Born 3/25/06 $300 $1500 firmn or trade.
Call 904-845-llb 622-8391
LAB PUPPIES AKC yellow,
choc & bick. POP, Ready 4 ATV POLARIS 05'
6/24 $400 ($100 dep hold) / Trail Blazer. Excellent
352-235-1273/473-2054 L) condition. Minimal
Suse. Red and Yellow

Lab puppies AKC. black $3300obo. Call Rich
12wks old, HC, Playful & 912-467-3149
lovable. POP 2M/3F, $300
904-349-3210 BUELL HD '01, M2
LABRADOODLES healthy Cyclne, Corbeines ,,
top quality pups. Shed Vance & Hines c .-
less $425 up 706-556-0504 Black, $4200 oontinentalr:.
MINI DACHSHUND Male 912-265-3181
long hair Swks CKC HC
$325 386-328-6208 Chevy Lumina 1992
good condition
PITT BULL PUPPIES It runs excellent new
3/4 FOR SALE tires $1200OCarlos
41 dewormed w/shots. 591-4183
Call John or Juanita at
904891-.70839 ornB919520 HARLEY DAVIDSON
03' softail deuce,
Poodles Toys, CKC reg. J excellent condi-
1M/1F both cream, 4 tion 3400ml, quick
$750 ea. 386-684-2698 release leather bags,
POODLES TOY- AKC gchael 542-9670(w)S
1/F T. cup white/apricot 264-2850(h)
$900. 334-4058 2 mjil
plumprettypoodles.com Harley FXR Custom
Al Pop T ..- / 1984,18,200 miles,
ROTrWEILER I lowered1 drag bars,
AKC, POP iM/iF, $500. drag pipes, S&S
papers, 904 535 0094 Carb, extras, $8K obo.
SHIH-TZU-3M, IF, 904-249-1710
when you've seen the
rest come seethe best. Lowrider '92 Exc
Diana 291-7745 cond, 20Kmi. $9000
904-403.0620
SHIH-TZU's RULE
Purebreds $475; Hybrids a SUZUKI KATANA
$375; Call 213.9941 / 04'. 600
SIb 8200 miles, $500 In
Silky Terrier babies AKC, accessories
(like Yorkles) smal, non Included. Excellent
-shed, HC 386.496-1279 condition, $4400 obo,
Wheaten Terrier (Soft call 9048744844
Coated) AKC Ch. sired Q YAMAHA FZ1. 02'
9pupsnonshedPOP S I Blue bought
95.904641.3354 new In 2003, adult
YORKIE PUP 1M CKCTOY owned, garage kept,
cute & playful, parents are 7400 miles, $4900obo,
4.61bs. $700.904-573.0445 call 904.505- 5588


1310 Auto Parrts
4 BFG MUD TERRAINS
(5) 331n. with only 5K
mIles, reg. $1200+ only
$550. Call 406- 2698/
422-8657/542-2302 x 513.
15"rim
a, BOAT/CAR SHED
S12' x30' covered two
Sides & back. 12' peak
tarp. 24' x 30' new
264-6814

S 12'x30' covered
t, J two sides and back
12' peak tarp,
24'x30' new. 5422727
DUNLOP LOW
PROFILE TIRE
L 205/40Z, R17 80W. SP
Sport. FM 901. Steel
belted ilke new, $50.
744,7250/307-7364
DURATEC ENGINE
I 98' 2.5L, 120k miles,
4,1- our of contour LX,
$200obo, call
904 505 5588
a. Engines for Sale (2)
S1979 Chevy 350 U8,
4 |- $300.94' Jeeplnline
6 cylinder, $60.
Call Patrick.
912.576, 9855/
912-467- 3409
Fiberglass Topper
, I Fits 1980 to 1996 -150,
kLa short bed clamps and
third brake light. Must
sell. $100.912-729-2792
dr Ford Bronco
S.wheels, 5 lug 15"x7.5"
alloy in good condi-
S tion. Set of four. $150
744-7250/307-7364
S MAZDA MILLENIA
t | 95' rims. 5 spokes,
S $100 obo, call
after 4pm, Iv msg.
542-0719x220
SSEARS X- CARGO
S CARRIER-$40 oba,
call after 4pm,
317-0630 Iv msg.
TUNDRA 05' (4)
Srims/tires. 275/75/16.
l $300 obo, call after
4pm. 317-0630 Iv msg.

1 0A Antiques/
132UV Classics

CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
A-* iuBROUGHAM* Ot*

$700 CASH
1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k
ml., flip down foot rests
for passengers In back-
seats, runs/needs some
body restoration work.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 537- 0961 Today
Lariat Ranger XLT
E O F350- 1979,460
l eng. at ps, pb,
single cab, 2 wheel
drive. Good work truck.
$1500 obo, 294-8186
Pontiac Grandville Cony.
'75 Needs top,. just in
time for summer. I have
put much time/$$ Into
the car but we have a
new house to pay for
so I'm selling it for
what I paid. Not a show
car but a good driver.
New belts/hoses, all
new flowmaster
ednfu-t ne,-. carper
l':-p Tl-:,i,.r CU zC.-I, CO
merer, m ?r -:.I NC-
AC. mar-orn. poiver
..fr,Thirnq. a g.oo oari
Iri 00 u1 213 459.

1325 Allomo lie
ACURA 3.2 TL '03
TOM BUSH AUrOPLEX 371.4877
y ACURA RL '04 Nav.
Sunro.i. CD. only
39,000 mi $27960
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ACURA RSX '02
TOM BUSH AUTLOPL. 371-4877
SACURA TL'OS
BurcR nra 1 n.
beauif ul 128.e060
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 ACURA TL '03
E Iov miles,. lull,
equipped 516.860
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
AUDI TT CONVT.
S02. 0ni,- 25.000
miles. $23.990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
C AUDI TT CONV. '02
25K milr $21.6E0
LEXUS OF JACK-
SONVILLE 998-0012
f7\ AUTI A4 QUATTRO
.'05. E tra lr,, mi.
lull, equip $30.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 330CIC Cony.
'03. White blue
top. fully equipped
$35.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 330i Sedan
'OS. Ash blue tian
$33,9900
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW MINI COOPER '02
WITH WHITE TC-. GRAY
INTERIOR 6 SPD 19K
I.IILES $17900 a26-1
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
BMW X3 3.0 '06
White tan 21
miles. $38.695
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW Z4 3.0 '06
Oni; 4.00 miles
$35.990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SBMW Z4 3.0 Convt
' 05. Premium pkg.
full', equip. $37.990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BUICK LESABRE '00
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 171.477

I Buick Riviera '91 I
,.Drigirnal C'.',ir,er I
Irear-,purr. muiisr See!! |
Be-, ,1/fr 725 7627
y CADILLAC CTS '03
Pe3rl witshe tan.
naveatir.,n $21.960
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
) CADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Pearl -.'hiie.
Beauti ul $19.840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

4 T ESCALADE 2003
loaded 22' rims.
enterlalnment system
sunroof on-star. Clean low
miles must see. $14K.
Call 904 92 3.4881
CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
.tc BROUGHAM*.I*

1 $700 CASH
1976 Blue Int & e i 160k
ir ps. ,er, gers i1, oa=.'.
seLa runs, needs cr.re
O0-, i.u'c,,kno ,eni-
Greal restcr3i,'_.r, -.roI:|Cc
Don't let Ihls deal (or
car) rust away.
C11 772 0612 TQda,


CADILLAC SEVILLE 51S '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER LS '04
roM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
CHEVY CAMARO Z28 '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
CHEVY CAVALIER LS '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 311.4477
CHEVY CAMARO SS '01
Black, T-tops, speed
$159/mo. Call 334-7253
CHEVY IMPALA '05
Stk#F836 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEVY IMPALA '01
Stk#BUCGB184A $7988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4 Chevy Lumina 94'
EURO, food reliable
car, blue book $2500,
asking $1400 obo,
please call 904-415-1235/
9044159 0080
CHEVY MALIBU CLASSIC
'05 Auto, pwr pkg $9900
Mr. Ramsey 725.7300 Ext 4119
CHEVY MALIBU LS SPRT '05
Automatic, 6 cyl $11,900
Mr. Ramsey 725 7300 Ext 4119
CHEW MALIBU LS '02
Stk#G013 $10,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877


1325 Automotive
CHEVY MALIBU '01
Stk#G167 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
LTD ED '03 sunrf, alloy,
automatic, $14,500
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
ICHRYSLER PT LTD
CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'06 Immaculate cond.,
loaded, must sell quick!
$500 down wac. 389-7700
CHRYSLER SEBRING
TOURING CONV. '05
6 cyl, CD $13,800
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER CONCORD LX
'02 Lthr, 6 cyl $6500
Mr. Ramsey 725T7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER 300M SEDAN '02
Alloy, Ithr, 3.5L, 18k $12,500
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER SEBRING CONY
TOURING '04 Leather,
6cyl, Alloy, CD $12,900
Mr. Ramsey 725300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
All wheel drive, leather,
Chrome wheel $17,900
Mr. Ramsey 725 7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER 300 TOURING
SEDAN '05 Lthr,
Alloy $21,900
Mr. Ramsey 725 7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER SEBRING SEDAN
'05 Auto, wheels,
power pkg CD $10,900
Mr. Ramsey 725 7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER P/T CRUISER
SEDAN '03
Power windows, CD $7900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
I CHRYSLER 300
LIMITED '05
Leather, sunroof,
Navigation. $27,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'05. Loaded, chrome
whis $199/mo. 334-7253
DODGE 15005LT LARAMIE
'99 Ext. cab, tool box,
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 ExI 4119
DODGE CHARGER
SEDAN SXT '06
Lthr, CDAlloy $19,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
DODGE MAGNUM RT '05
Stk#F818 $25,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
DODGE NEON SXT SEDAN
'OS Auto, CD $8900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
DODGE NEON SXT '03
Stk#G122 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE STRATUS SXT '05
Excellent shape, must
sell WAC take over
pymts $286/mo. 389-7700
DODGE STRATUS SXT
SEDAN '05 Auto,
Power pkg $11,400
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
FORD 500 SE '06
Silver. 19K Miles, AT, AC,
$17,500 #2917
ASH TISDELLE 800.323- 5795
FORD CROWN VIC '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD ESCORT '00
Gr[at condition priced
ior imminelate sate 1,4 i^5
Call 369 7700
-I FORD ESCORT 97'.
sport, great MPG.
'|)5spd, cold a-,c, 138k
miles, black ext.,
tan int, call Erick -a
912 882 5646, $1000 obo
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS LX '03
Premiu- n Red AT, -4C, I
31K Miles. T7.9SE 32670E
ASH TISOELLE 800- 323- 5795
4 FORD MUSTANG
GT Convertible, 96'.
t blue w black lop
loaded. $6500,
718-6314 or 716-8223
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
K iAlhwfif':t el Ito
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD TAURUS SEL '05
TOM BUSH AUT[OPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SE '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877






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HONDA ACCORD
EX 'OS. Learner.
V6.C0D 121.980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SHONDA ACCORD 99'
LX. Exc. cond. 111k
miles, good ac,
$490. Call
287-9159. Iv msg.
SHONDA ACCORD
EX V6 '05
16K miles $21-,400
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA ACCORD EX -02
fri 01,:116 s 1i 5
TOM BUSH AUTOPLES 3714J877
HONDA CIVIC LX '01
.1D0 PWLF.S Si?2rC
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
., Honda Prelude 96'
5spd, new rims and
tI) lires, tons of
alter market new
parts. $3500 firm.
Call 860 857 3126
.,L HYUNDAI TIBURON 97'
I automallc a c. pwr
W1 windows. 2 doo runs
good small denL
$2500. Call 912 882 6444

HYUNDAI SONATA 02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEM i71.4T77
TV INFINITI G35
SEDAN '03. ,Qnl1
29.000 miles
Beautitul' 521.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITY G35 '03
2er. l,,oa sii .er. jul-.
ras.i l2c,9 m,: 334 '253
JAGUAR X-TYPE 3.0 '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX /714877
4. Keyslone Cabana 19ft
/ Trave Trailer sleeps 6,
"L) 1 yr old., eec. cond.
57500. 285-6289.
Llghtivelqht easy Io tow
KIA OPTIMA LX SEDAN '05
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7100 Eel 41J9


LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
E ECuTIl.E Si12 -,)0
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
LINCOLN L5 V8 '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLE\ 371 48177
LINCOLN TOWNCAR 03
StK;;21i3D $14,9
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Lincoln Town Car 1995-
one owner, always
garaged 80,300 miles,
white/grey. Excellent
$7,400 080.731-4660
7 |MAZDA MIATA '01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful! $12,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/7' MAZDA RX8'04
YLeahter, CD, priced
to sell. $19,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES SL500 '99
black, 55K ml. $31,000
OBO. 904 472- 3542
/ MERCURY SABLE
LS '03. Leather, CD
Beautiful $11,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


1325 Automotive
MERCURY GR MARQUIS '01
Stk#G165 $10,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI LANCER '03
Excellent shape, priced
to sell quickly! $9995.
Call 389-7700
4I MITSUBISHI
. ECLIPSE 03 GTS
ti 59k miles, Car In
good condition,
several modifications-
asking $12,500 or best
offer. 912-882 4035
MITSUBISHI LANCER ES '05
Stk#F765 $12,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '03
Stk#5677A $9488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SMustang 90'
5- spd, blue w/white
tL hrint. 80K mi. 5.0
with performance
parts, $6K call Garrett,
904 -415-1253
SS MUSTANG GT 04'
o. orange, charcoal
leather, int 4.5L, 5sp,
40th anniversary ea9,
21,500 miles, asking $19,500.
904- 302- 3040
7 NISSAN 350Z Cony.
F '04 Touring. Only
17,000 mi. $34,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN 350Z CNV '05
Stk#4577A $31,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN ALTIMA S SEDAN
'03 Auto, $11,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
a NISSAN MAXIMA
1 00' 94K miles
S U black on black
m leather. Sunroof
everything. $9K
912- 882- 4899/
912-258-1820. Lv msg If
no answer
NISSAN SENTRA 1.85 '04
CD, Pwr pkg, auto $9400
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
OLDSMOBILE ALERO GLS
'01 Stk#G048 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
Pace Arrow 36'.
T Class 'A' Motor-
\ home, 1984.55k
miles, new tires,
605kw. Onan Gen, 454
Chevy eng/trans 3rd
owner. $7500obo, call
Erick 912-882-5646
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '05
Excellent condition, can
finance w/$350 down.
Call 389-7700
PONTIAC G6 OT '05
Loaded, full warranty.
$279/mo. 334-7253
i PORSCHE BOXSTER 03'
14K miles. REd with
2L. black interior and top.
Mint condition, 5 spd.
Warranty $31,950.
Call 904-735- 3835
SATURN ION '03
Stk#G212A $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN LIOO1 '02
Stk#G205 $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
SATURN LS200 '01 .
Stk#BUCG010A $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
SCION XA '05
Stk#G121 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SUZUKI VERONA '05
immaculate .load3. ir,'.
mles. 'nu ll [-11 t3t
$1297i5 Cadll 39 ---00
SUZUKI VERONA '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
W TOYOTA AVALON
XLS '03 EIra lIa*
miles. $19.890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA AVALON '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
TOYOTA CAMRY LE SEDAN
'04 1 -i- -: u.'.-,! .i ) '.1
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
TOYOTA CAMRV LE
'05. Leather. CD.
iully eqpt. only I lK
mIes. $17.495
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '02
Blue t-Gre, Cluin. .,4K.
E3i.. Mliic .
p1 1.96'0,2923E
Ash Tisdelle 800 323 5795
STOYOTA COROLLA
1 CE 05'. CE, 4cy. a c,
l automatic af fn 6
Sdisc. cruise con-
trol power lock alarm.
excellent MPC,
$15.600obo, 772 7795
803 6617
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT GLX
'00. Sl. ,r ar : 6c, I
Inr. 5.url'T AC. amr rm1
AB$li 1550 02-03
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323. 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT GLS
'02. Cr, 1-atnrer,, a. a3C
4-c,1. nr. urrn air Og:
ABS. 1130iO n11ll99A
ASH TISDELLE 800' 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT GLS
'03. Rea. at a.: 4cl. ABE.
PW. PL CC. =uun.-. am 1m
caasCD l14.750 027el
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT GLS
'02. iier. AT. JC,I. AC.
am, rm mitr3ags. A-S
P-orahes $14,150 n2942
ASH TISDELLE 800- 32 3- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 05
GLS AT AC Sunr.:,o. 141
t.1,1e' 161,15- 1294-
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323 5795
Y VOLVO C70 CONV.
'04. Onm 16iK mi.
hike new i30.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VOLVO C70 CNV '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3r114877
7 VOLVO S0 '06
AWD. full,
equpped Ori,- i425
mles $3.980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VW JETTA GLI '03
-c, ISalrer. ,: u:tor,
v.hi,$i74 mc.. 34 7253
SVW PASSAT GULX-
04'. 4D black. 15K
miles, exe. cond.
$21,500 obo. Please
call $76 9583 for details.
Wedd Band. .67c1.
IEngagemenl band.
.36 ct. 1.o dctiw,
Make offer.
330 701 8376

Trucks.Vans. SUVs 00-OS
*ALL
Military
and
Civilian
I$0 DOWN I
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662- 0726


1335 -'00'o o, Less
-, Buick Park Avenue
T 1988 all electric
I leather interior
runs good. great
body tow package
Daniel 772-0197
FORD TAURUS 90'
Good body all
't| f electric, works
runs but needs
engine work. $500 obo,
KEN 699 8398


OLDS CUTLASS CIERA
95' solid car and great
runner 122K, S2000
obo, 619-3029
4 OLDS CUTLASS
. Ciera 95'. Solid car and
XL) great runner. 122K.
$2000 obo. 619 3029
Trucks
1340 Trailer's
SLtr '
ACURA MDX '05
,f Only 9000 miles,
champ/tan $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BUICK RENDEZVOUS AWD
'OS Auto, wr pkg $15,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
CADILLAC SRX '06
6Fe White/tan, fully
equipped. $35,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Z CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06.
Pearl white/tan,
fully equipped. $41,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 CADILLAC
ESCALADE '03
Black Beauty! Fully
equipped. $29,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

/7 CADILLAC SRX '06
% : Pearl white, fully
equip, like new.
Only 9K miles. $32,680
LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4- CHEVROLET 1500
ext cab 97. Sil-
Sverado. Loaded,
great condltin,
bronze 144k miles, bed
liner, tow package,
$6500 call 904-743-0609
CHEVY 84', 4X4
S. K- 10, lifted, 38.5,
-1 super mudders. 350
eng, SWB. $2800 obo.
904563 3538
CHEVY AVALANCHE '04
Stk#G183 $24,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 CHEVY S10 LS 01',
Szr2, 4wd, ext cab
ba3rd door, 4.3V6. a/t.
pw, pl, cd, $10,500.
779-6184/707-7056
CHEVY SHORTED
STRUCK 1964. Fleet-
Sside custom, new
_O230 engine 3spd
$2500obo. Call Erick
912- 882-5646
CHEVY SILVERADO LT '02
Ext Cab leather loaded,
outstanding cond.
$17,975. Call 389-7700
L, CHEVY SILVERADO
S97', C1500, ext cab
auto, V.8, 2 wd, AC,
AT, PB, 144 k miles
bronze super clean, call
904 743- 0609
CHEVYW SILVERADO '05
Stk#G122 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877

/ CHEVY TAHOE LT
1'03. Moonroof, CD,
quad seats, black/
tan, beautiful! $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TAHOE '04
Stk#1228A $20,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEVY TAHOE LSI 'OS
Low mi, loaded, 3rd row
fact warr. Save thou-
sands fr new! 334-7253
Dodge 2500 '01 V-8 Sngl
cab, auto, a/c, 69Kmi.
Payoff $7500 237- 3706
DODGE DAKOTA '01 Very
low miles cleanest in
Jacksonville! Must sell!
$8975. Call 389-7700
DODGE DURANGO SLT
SPLUS 2000.,5.9VL 8 cyl,
S| silver, 3ro row seating,
109k miles, $7500. Just
a beautiful SUV. Sailor
PCSING to S1GI 1542-7419
DODGE DYNASTY
S92', White, immacu-
late, in/out. Runs
great, everything
working good. $1900.
Call 282 9639


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

DODGE DURANGO '05
Stk#F855 $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM 3500,
2005-Diesel dually
w/comp towing pkg
for fifth wheel. Call
264 -6239 for more info
DODGE RAM PU '04
Stk#1628D $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM Hemi '04
4dr. low mi, great work
truck $299/mo. 334- 7253
A FORD BRONCO 78'
new motor, 38"
S swampers, 6K
invested. Body's
a little rough. $3K obo,
Rick 912-882-8606
FORD BRONCO 94'
S XLT 4" lIft. 33" tires,
t rebuilt trans, cold
ac. $5800 obo, call
912-882-7289 after 4pmr
FORD ESCAPE XLT '05
Stk#G008A $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
/7" FORD EXPEDITION
%_O '03 Eddie Bauer,
Black/tan, 4x4,
fully equipped $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
& FORD EXPLORER
S94', new transmis-
Ssion, tire, battery,
AC, power, runs
great, $2000 obo, call
291-0799
FORD EXPEDITION '03
Stk#F816A $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPLORER '02
Stk#1666A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD EXPEDITION XLT
'03 Leather, DVD, low
ml. $269/mo. 334-7253
4 FORD F 150 4X4.
.Super-.Cab AFR-heads
Vl cam heders intake,
chip & more, $7300.
Call 904-797-6735 Iv msg
FORD F-. 150. 95' SWB
S 5sp, 6cyl, 96,600 miles,
\) original owner, great
shape, $4300. Call
Days. 783-9272 after 6pm,
631-0219
04 FORD SPORT TRACK
S03'Excellent con-
1 edition, 40K miles,
18,500, 912 576 7191
FORD XCAB F-150 '01
Stk#1739C $11,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD XCAB RANGER '01
stk#G127 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SGMC Conversion
SI Van 92' Couch and
four captains chairs,
TV/VCR, surround
sound, am/fm cassette, 97K
miles. $5K. 997-9741
GMC Sierra 1500 '01 cold
a/c, auto, 4.3L, V-6, exc
cond $6000 219-8723
GMC YUKON DENALI XL
'03 TV/DVD, loaded,
immaculate. Must sei
r.,:,'.. $25 300 7",6? r706.


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

GMC SIERRA 05'
crew cab, loaded,
33K miles still
S under warranty,
must selL $19,900.
912 729-1585 or
912-266 2173
B GMC YUKON
DENALI '03
Sunroof, CD, DVD
$23,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SGMC YUKON '03
Black/tan, leather,
CD, sunrf. $22,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/7 G MC YUKON XL
SLT'03. White/
tan, sunroof, DVD,
quad seats. $24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Extra low
miles, like new,
black/tan, DVD,
crhome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/V HONDA CRV '04
Extra low miles
Equipped. $15,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 HONDA PASSPORT
EX '02. Only 40,000
miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

T HONDA PILOT EXL
'04. Champagne/
tan. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEE HONDA RIDGELINE
M '06 EX 4x4
Like new, White/
tan. $30,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HYUNDAI SANTE FE '03
Stk#G078 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
y\ INFINITI QX56 '05
-_ Navigation, DVD,
Fully Equip.$42,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
ISUZU ASCENDER 'OS
Stk#G130 $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4, JEEP CHEROKEE
SLAREDO 91'. White.
O 146K miles, 6 cyL
Locks/windows. pwr,
auto, am/fm/cass, a/c. New
shocks. Battery water
pump. $2500.744,1794
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '04
White/tan, extra
low miles. $17,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LIMITED'03 Leather,
moonrf. tow ok a $14.500
Mr. Ramsey 725. 7300 Ext 4119


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LAREDO '03 Alloy, CD,
Luggage Pack $15,500
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LAREDO'05 Alloy, CD,
Power pkg $15,900
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LAREDO'03 CD, wheels,
power pkg $13,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
JEEP PUBERTY UNITED 4X4
'03 Lthr, wheels,
Power pkg $14,700
Mr. Ramsey 7257300 Ext 4119
JEEP WRANGLER 'OS
Stk#4384A $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877

KIA SHORTAGE '02
Stk#G037 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
LEXUS RX300 '02
Stk#F868 $25,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
y\ LINCOLN
< NAVIGATOR'04
White tan fully
equip. Ultimate! $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
I LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR'04
Black/tan, like
new, fully eqpt. $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES MLSOO '02
Black/White, $24,850
#12011A
Ash Tisdelle 800-323-5795
MERCEDES ML320 '03
Sport, AT, 6Cyl, Leather
Sunroof. 39K Miles,
$23,500 #2901
Ash Tisdelle 800- 323- 5795
MERCEDES ML320 '03
Black, AT, 6Cyl, Leather
Sunroof, 27K Miles,
$25,500 #2937
Ash Tisdelle 800. 323.5795
A, MITSUBISHI
GALANT 97' ES
ilt sunroof, 4d, 4cyl.
a/t, ABS, pw, pi, cd,
kicker box, amps,
$3000.779-6184/
707-7056
MITSUBISHI MONTERO '00
Stk#3260D $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI ENDEAVOR
'06. Dakar Edition,
loaded, custom wheels
$269/mo. Call 334-7253
NISSAN XTERRA '00
Stk#8402B $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4, ROOMMATES
S WANTED
S to share a town-
house $450m all
utilities included in
Orange Park 7 miles
from NHAS JAX 386-0207
Toto 91'. Truck New
Smotor/paint, AC, new
L brakes, manual
transmission,-
extended cab call:
904 264-7142 or
904 838 4764


Trucks
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

TOYOTA RUNNER
'01. Extra low mi."
Beautiful! $15,995,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA RUNNER'
S LIMITED '03 '
Champagne/tan,,
$24,9954 s
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '04
Stk#5848C $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487P
TOYOTA RUNNER '04
Loaded, running
boards, roof. leather
$349/mo. Call 334-7253.'
TOYOTA RAV 4 '01
Stk#1578C $12,988 '
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-481.
F TOYOTA TUNDRA E
S SR5SDblecab04', .
La r loaded, low miles, J
S bedllner, tow pkg,
keyless entry at
Immaculate. $19,400.
Call 912-673-6930 .
VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREGY
V6 '04. Green, at, 6cyl,
Ithr, sunrf, am/fm CD, 4*
drive $24,750. #11859A
ASH TISDELLE 800.32- 57u94

1345 Vans/Buses
CHEVY ASTRO CONV. '01,
Stk#1694B $11,888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.-4877
CHEVY G1500 CARGO VAN4
'04 Auto, AC $11,900 5
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4111
CHEVY VENTURE'02
Stk#G225 $9988 8
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487T
CHRYSLER TOWN & '
COUNTRY '04 Must seep
this one, must sell fasts
$16,975. Call 389-7700 T
CHRYSLER TOWN & CNTRY'
'05 Stow & go, CD $15,900'
Mr. Ramsey 7257300 Ext 41X9
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY VAN '05 Capt',
chrs, Pwr Pkg, CD $13,990'"
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext4114
4. DODGE GRAND ,-
SCARAVAN SE 99'. Exc.,
condition. All records,
131K miles, green, tar,
int, $5690obo. Green Cove.,
904-284-0047
FORD E-150 VAN '05 -
Stk#F798 $15,888 -"
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.48an
FORD WINDSTAR GL *".
Exc cond, tan w/tan lnt.,
79k, $4900. 904-616 g93.
FORD WINDSTAR SEtL A03'
Leather, Alloy, DVD $12i80i
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext4111
NISSAN QUEST S VAN,'!'4
Auto, CD $15,600 '
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4A#
NISSAN QUEST '01. -.-.
Stk#4217B $11,588"-4
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4871*

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WANTED TO BUY. J
I Will Pa. Cash For 'Your.
Extended Van or Motor.
Hcme 613417 0765,


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FORD-MERCURY NORTH FLORIDALINCOi MERCURY
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PARKER CADILLAC
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Chrysler of Orange Park
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GARBER DODGE TRUCK
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