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Aviators Depart
Foreign Aviator Instructors Leave VP-30
Page 3


Summer Camp
SYAC Keeps The Kids Busy When Out Of School
Pages 8-9


Turtles Nesting
Turtles Move In At Base Marina
Page 11


THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006
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www.jaxairnews.com


VA data theft affects active


ByjOl Mike England
Assistant Editor


he Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA) and Depart-
ment of Defense (DoD)
announced last week that the per-
sonal information of as many as
1.1 million active-duty service
members as well as 430,000
National Guardsmen and 645,000
Reservists may have been com-
promised during a May 3 burglary
of a VA employee's home.
Last month, the VA announced
that the stolen laptop and exter-
nal hard drive stolen from an
employee's home had identity
information on 26.5 million veter-
ans, including names, birth dates
and social security numbers.
However, the agency had original-
ly stated that the data of millions
of active duty service members
had not been compromised.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs R.
James Nicholson noted that the
agency has been notifying all
affected veterans and service
members and that there have


been no reports of identity theft in
what has become one of the
nation's largest security breaches.
"(The) VA remains committed
to providing updates on this
incident as new information is
learned," Nicholson said.
"The department will contin-
ue to make every effort to
inform and help protect
those potentially affected,
and is working with the
Department of Defense to
notify all affected personnel."
So what are the potential
risks for active duty service
members?
According to NAS Jacksonville
Navy and Marine Corps Relief
Society Director Dave Faraldo,
service members should be on the
lookout for suspicious activity on
their bank and credit card
accounts. "Identity theft is a huge
problem and unfortunately there's
no magic pill you can take to
make it go away," Faraldo stated.
"If someone knows your name,
birth date, and social security


number, they basically have
access to anything you own,
including bank accounts and
investments. An identity thief can
really create havoc in a person's
life."
Service members can take sev-
eral steps to reduce the risk of
having their personal data used


against them. Some of those
include:
1. Instituting a fraud alert on
your credit. Before anyone can
get a new credit card or loan in
your name, a lender will
check your credit at one of
S the nation's three credit
S bureaus. That gives you a
chance to stop a thief. You
are entitled to place a fraud
S alert on your credit report,
S which will alert potential
lenders to be extra careful
before handing out new credit
cards to you (or your imposter):
It might be a bit of a hassle for
you if you try to open an account
in the near future, but the peace
of mind may be worth it. If you
know you are going to make a
major credit purchase soon, do
that first, then place the fraud
alert on your report.
2. Considering a credit freeze?
Next, if you suspect that you've
been the victim of identity theft,
consider freezing your credit. This
locks down your credit file so no


e-duty

one can see it and no one can
grant credit in your name. Only
after a detailed "thawing" process
can a consumer open the credit
file for credit granting purposes.
3. Regularly checking your cred-
it report? Every American is enti-
tled to one free copy of their credit
report every year at AnnualCredit
Report.com. That's three peeks
altogether, since you can get one
copy each from all three bureaus.
So one great strategy is to spread
those three out every four months.
Since the reports largely overlap,
that's a great way to see if there's
any new accounts listed that don't
belong.
4. Not paying for unnecessary
services. Don't pay for other
unnecessary services like ID theft
insurance or credit restoration.
Free help is always available at
the Identity Theft Resource
Center www.id theftcenter.org, a
non-profit organization with a
hotline staffed largely by volun-


See VA, Page 11


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
NAS Jax Housing Office Management Assistant Cynthia Johnson explains the
Rental Partnership Program to Sgt. Cromwell Downs of the 4th Amphibious
Assault Vehicle, Bravo Company at Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center
Jax at the housing office June 8.


Rental Partnership Program helps

Sailors find affordable housing
By Kaylee LaRocque deposit fees for those who partici-
Editor pate in this program.
The program is open to all mili-
rit he Rental Partnership Pro- tary members El through 07. The
gram was created at NAS only stipulation is that military
Jacksonville, NS Mayport members must be stationed in the
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. in 1999 to area for at least 12 months and
benefit military members and are required to sign a 12-month
their families by helping them find lease. "It used to be that renters
sufficient housing with lower apartment the
move-in costs. had to be in the apartment the
is r is a g t po entire 12 months, but Florida state
"This really is a great program. law now says that if a military
We have about 42 apartment com- law now says that if a military
plexes in the Jacksonville area member is being deployed for more
that are under contracts with the than 90 consecutive days, they can
Navy to provide housing for mili- break their lease," continued
tary members. By signing our con- Wheeler.
tract, apartment managers agree "Single military members lose
to not charge a security deposit or their basic allowance for housing
application fee, conduct back- when they deploy and usually
ground or credit checks and give have to pay to store their house-
military personnel a discount on hold goods. The law definitely ben-
their rent," explained Personnel efits them. To break a lease, they
Support Manager Patricia Wheeler are required to give 30 days notice
of the NAS Jax Housing Office. and provide an official letter from
"There are no upfront fees when their command."
the military member moves in, Leases can also be broken if the
unless they have a pet. Pet depo- military member has official
sits are not waived." orders to transfer from the area.


Another benefit is that the local
electric companies also waive


See HOUSING, Page 12


7NAS jax Environ-
mental Depart-
ment Assistant
Hazardous
Waste Manager
Billie Brownfield
properly dispos-
es used motor oil
i "into an oil con-
tainment center
at the NAS Jax
H Auto Hobby
SShop. Base per-
sonnel can use
1 the Auto Hobby
..I Shop to dispose
i used motor oil,
S1 filters, anti-
freeze and used
i brakepads.
Photos by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams

HWMP matters


Follow rules when disposing
By PH2(AW)
Elizabeth Williams .
Special Contributor


W while on base, people
must abide by a differ-
ent set of rules than
when they are off base. One
lesser-known regulation is the
appropriate method of haz-
ardous waste (HW) disposal.
The Hazardous Waste Man-
agement Plan (HWMP) is de-
signed to set the standard for
all activities and outlying areas
under control of the command-
ing officer and is outlined
under NAS Jacksonville
Instruction 5090.1F.
Military commands and civil-
ian contractors are responsible
for maintaining the HWMP to
avoid being fined, and in some
cases, the individual can be
penalized with a fine depend-
ing on the intent and the sever-
ity of the offense.
Unscheduled base wide
inspections are conducted to
monitor activity, assess fines
and refer discrepancies through
the proper course of action to


Glass recyclables are collected at the NAS Jax Recycling Center. All
the money raised from recycling on base is returned to Sailors and
their families through Morale, Recreation and Welfare Department
programs.


correct deficiencies.
However, these regulations
are not limited to worksites.
Housing and recreational areas
also fall under these guidelines.
According to the instruction, a
solid waste is a characteristic
HW if it is ignitable, corrosive,
reactive or toxic.


Plenty of common HW items
such as aerosol cans, thermo-
stats, drain cleaners, pesticides,
antifreeze, fertilizers, and
rechargeable batteries are
. found in households. These
items must be disposed of ac-
See HAZMAT, Page 12


TOUCHING L


BASE


Road closed
Drivers need to be aware that Knight Lane, which runs in front of
the NAS Jax Youth Activities Center (YAC), is now permanently
closed to through traffic due to construction of the new YAC. The
street now ends at the YAC.


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2 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


Looking back in time...


Hey, MoneyMan!
About a year ago I took
out a loan and authorized
automatic payment from
my checking account. Ever
since they started taking
out the money, my account
has been messed up.
I contacted the company
and told them I wanted to
start paying by check and
they said I would have to
keep paying them electroni-
cally. Is there any way I can
get out of this mess?
MoneyMan Sez:
Sometimes paying auto-
matically, electronically is a
good thing. As you have
learned, not always. If you
decide that you no longer
want to pay electronically,
you have the right under
federal law to stop lenders
from electronically taking
money out of your account.
Of course, this does not
settle the debt but it will
help to stop the drain of
repeated finance charges or
bounced check fees while
you work out other
arrangements.
Notify your bank orally


A group of spectators check out a PBY Patrol Airplane at the first NAS Jacksonville Air Show on Aug. 30, 1945.


File photo


ON THE HOMEFRONT


Eten VIP eat at IaSmc House


and in writing at least
three business days before
the transfer is scheduled
that you no longer author-
ize electronic debits for a
particular loan.
The bank must block the
next withdrawal as well as
all future payments for the
specific debt. You should
also send written notice to
the lender stating that it is
no longer authorized to
debit your account. Your
bank may ask you to send a
copy of that notification to
them.
You will still owe the debt
and you must find another
way to repay the loan, but
you will have much better
control on when and how
the debt is repaid.
If you have questions
about how to repay the
loan, talk with your credit
union or bank representa-
tive or visit your local
Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society office.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


Volunteers needed at Navy-

Marine Corps Relief Society
The NAS Jax Navy- Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) is looking for volunteers to work as recep-
tionists and caseworkers. Volunteers must complete
a two-day training class to learn about the society, policies,
budgeting, etc... Caseworkers will then train under the
guidance of another trained caseworker until they learn
the job.
No experience is required to volunteer. For more infor-
mation, call 542-3515.

Navy-Marine Corps
Relie Society Make Us Your First Resource:
Not Your Last Resort!

542-3191
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Job title/command:
NAS Jax 1st Lieutenant
Division

Hometown: Baltimore


Family Life: Single


Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy

Career Plans: To earn my college degree
and become a social worker.

Most Interesting Experience: Deploying
to the Mediterranean on board USS John F.
Kennedy in 2004.

Words of Wisdom: Come what may.


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Security Department

,. ~Hometown: Altcona, Pa.

Family Life: Married with two children.

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy

Career Plans: To go to school and earn my
college degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
overseas.

Words of Wisdom: Treat people like the
way you want to be treated.
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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
Wors hip
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
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 101 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 IJI AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
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religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
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or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
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VP-30 bids farewell to allied aviators


By Lt. Steve Bradfield
VP-30 PAO

emotions May 24 as
three of VP-30's most
experienced foreign ex-
change instructors took to
the skies for the last time in
a P-3 Orion. After a highly
productive liaison lasting
more than 20 years, the
Dutch and British Person-
nel Exchange Programs
(PEP) will come to a close,
resulting in the loss of four
allied instructors at VP-30.
Last year, the Royal
Netherlands Navy (RNLN)
decided to sell it's P-3 fleet
to Germany, while reduc-
tions in the British Royal
Air Force (RAF) resulted in
the loss of a Nimrod MR2
Squadron and a subsequent
decrease in personnel
exchange billets.
While VP-30 loses much
in expertise and unique per-
spective from these changes,
they continue to benefit
from a cadre of outstanding
PEP officers from Australia,
Canada, Chile and
Germany.
To mark the occasion,
staff and students from five
countries conducted a tacti-
cal training flight together.
Allied instructors are
involved in all aspects of
VP-30's training and this
flight was no different.
Sgt. Maj. Richard Van
Rhijn, RNLN, conducted a
flight engineer instructor
under training event for
AME1 Adkins, while
Squadron Leader Tim
Monk, RAF, supervised
Capt. Travis Field,
Canadian Air Force (CAF)
and Lt. Bart Freriks, RNLN,
trained a new German
Tactical Coordin-ator
Kapitan Lt. Thomas Krey.
The flight consisted of
antisubmarine warfare and
antisurface warfare training
before conducting one last
low-level overflight of down-
town Jacksonville via the St.
Johns River. Upon return to
NAS Jax, a welcoming com-
mittee consisting of VP-30's
Capt. Tim Brewer, squadron


Photos courtesy of VP-30
(From left) German Kapitan Lt. Thomas Krey, Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) Lt. Bart Freriks,
VP-30 Executive Officer Cmdr. Mark Creasey, Canadian Air Force Capt. Derrick Hotte, RNLN
Sgt. Maj. Richard Van Rhijn, VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Brewer, Squadron Leader
Tim Monk of the British Royal Air Force and Canadian Air Force Capt. Travis Field pose for a
picture after Freriks, Van Rhijn and Monk's final instructional flight in a U.S. P-3.


personnel and the NAS Jax
Fire Department greeted
the allies with the tradition-
al soaking, compliments of
the fire crew.
This flight was a major
milestone for Van Rhijn as
he surpassed 5,000 flight
hours in the P-3. Jim
Paroles from Lockheed
Martin (the P-3 manufac-
turer) was in attendance to
present Van Rhijn with a
Lockheed certificate, patch,
and pin denoting the accom-
plishment.
Capt. Derrick Hotte, CAF,
also presented Van Rhijn
the Silver Pin from VPI, an
international maritime
patrol organization. The
distinction for VPI members
signifies 5,000 flight hours
in any maritime patrol air-
craft, regardless of airframe
or nationality.
Van Rhijn leaves Jack-
sonville and the RNLN to
fly C-130s with the RNLAF.
In-Flight Technician Sgt.
Maj. Peter Aerts, RNLN is
returning to the RNLAF.


Freriks
returns to
the RNLN
to serve
on an air
defence
ship,
while
Monk is
taking a
staff
appoint-
ment in
the Uni-
ted King-
dom.


Royal Netherlands Navy Sgt. Maj. Richard Van
Rhijn is acknowledged by Jim Paroles of Lock-
heed Martin, for surpassing 5,000 flight hours in
the P-3. From left, VP-30 Executive Officer
Cmdr. Mark Creasey, Van Rhijn, Paroles and VP-
30 Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Brewer.


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4 axAIlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


FROM THE FLEET


The side of Navy missions you


don't always see every day


New artificial reef being created
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By FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D.
West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Back in from a great
trip to San Diego and
Pascagoula, Miss.,
visiting our warriors who
are manning the pre-com-
missioning ships. I'm glad to
report that I am still
amazed at the level of quali-
ty and professionalism that
I'm constantly barraged
with.
During the last few col-
umns, I've been talking up a
lot of items you've probably
already heard a little about,
but I had points I needed to
drive home. This time I
want to draw your attention
to a mission we don't always
see.
Back in April, quite a few
medical personnel from the
Navy and our sister services
joined up with the Military
Sealift Command and took
off from San Diego heading
for the Western Pacific and
Southeast Asia.
Along the way a bunch of
good folks from nongovern-
mental organizations
(NGOs) like Project HOPE,
Hawaii's Aloha Medical
Mission, the Tzu Chi
Foundation, the Sahaya
Foundation, the Philippine
Red Cross, and the
University of California -
San Diego Pre-Dental
Society, just to name a few,
will be joining up with
USNS Mercy throughout
her five-month deployment.
USNS Mercy isn't going
out to conduct counter-ter-
rorism operations, and they
won't be patrolling for
pirates or searching for sub-
marines. In fact there's only
one thing they are looking
for those in need of assis-
tance.
I'm talking about a lot of
military doctors, nurses, and
corpsmen partnering up
with their civilian counter-
parts from all over this part
of the world as well as our
Pacific region military
friends and allies to reach
out to those areas where
people need help.
And, it's not just the med-
ical folks either. Our


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FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
Seabees continue to be
everywhere. Warriors from
Naval Construction
Battalion 40 joined the mis-
sion to lend their construc-
tion skills to projects like
new sidewalks, painting and
building repair.
Backing it all up as
ambassadors of good will is
the Navy's Show Band out
of Norfolk, Va. Using the
universal language of music,
they are already a hot ticket
at every port visit so far. I'm
here to tell you that they
have standing-room only
audiences wherever they go.
OK, so I hear some folks
saying, "Yeah, big deal, mas-
ter chief" Well, actually it is
a big deal, so let me tell you
why and why it matters to
you.
If you think back over the
last 24 months, some of the
Navy's biggest deployments
efforts have been what? I'll
give you a hint USS Ab-
raham Lincoln, USS Bon-
homme Richard, USNS
Mercy, USNS Comfort, USS
Bataan, USS Iwo Jima,
among others any of these
names ring a bell?
If they don't they should
because they were some of
the ships responding to
major natural disasters
internationally and at
home.
As the most powerful and
professional naval force in
the world, it's our responsi-
bility to be able to respond
to these catastrophes. Never
mind that we are protecting
peace and stability in a
region when we help. That
is important, but just as


important we are showing
our real power -- our com-
passion, our generosity, and
our commitment to our fel-
low man.
So why do you, the aver-
age Sailor, care? Simple.
More than likely during
your career (however long or
short) you're going to get the
call to assist.
We all will.
And missions like Mercy's
not only provide great med-
ical care to people who need
it, but it gives us the chance
to train our response skills,
to work with the host
nations and NGOs so we
have working relationships
in place whenever the call
goes out.
I don't know if you have
seen any of the photos or
stories coming from Mercy
lately, but they clearly
demonstrate how close a
partnership we have with
our regional allies and the
NGOs. They also show why
we'll need these partner-
ships in the future.
Go take a gander at their
Web site photo gallery at
http://www.cpf.navy.mil/new
s_images/Mercy/photos.htm.
You will see Project HOPE,
Air Force, foreign military
and Navy professionals
working side by side. You
will see an Aloha Medical
Mission physician getting a
chance to help people in
need because the Navy now
.knows how best to help him
do that.
You will also see Pacific
Fleet Commander Adm.
Gary Roughead out there
too. Why? Because it's that
important. The fleet com-
mander knows that for the
right response, we need to
get there and partner up
quickly, so he's involved.
Other NGOs and host
nations will join in as Mercy
continues along its course.
We will help those in need,
we will build trust and con-
fidence in each other, and
we will train for when the
unthinkable occurs.
This comes from working
together; learning about

See MISSIONS, Page 11


Photo by PHAN Harry Rucker III
Aviation ordnanceman assigned to the "Mad Foxes" of VP-5 lift a AGM-65 Maverick
laser-guided missile to a weapons station of a P-3C Orion aircraft June 7. VP-5 is cur-
rently conducting a sink exercise on decommissioned vessels USS Stump (DD 978) and
USS Goff (DD 247) to create an artificial reef.


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Lt. j.g. Jared Jakubowski (left) and AW3 Tyler Wine (right) pose with a group of second-graders, their families and and teach-
ers from Sacred Heart Catholic School during their recent visit to VP-45.


VP-45 'Pelicans' visit local school


By Lt. j.g. Mike Trumbull
VP-45
he "Pelicans" of VP-
45 were once again
influencing the young
minds of the local commu-
nity recently when the sec-
ond-grade class of Sacred
Heart Catholic School, their
families and Assistant
Principal Guy Connell visit-
ed the squadron for what
was a memorable day.'
During their visit, the
group participated in a
question and answer peri-
od, a demonstration of avia-
tioin survival equipment,
toured a P-3C Orion and
enjoyed lunch.
Volunteers from the com-
mand hosted the event, pro-
viding a positive and
informative interaction
between the active duty
Sailors and the children.


AT3 Michael Brown (left) of VP-45, demonstrates the use of
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Catholic School as PRAA Tyler Lingenfelter and Lt. j.g.
Michael Trumbull assist.
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mighty Orion was full of and maintenance personnel
dedicated pilots, naval who were eager to answer a


variety of questions involv-
ing all facets of naval avia-
tion and the Navy way of
life.
The second-graders were
not the only ones learning
something new during the
visit. Parents and the fami-
ly members who accompa-
nied the children asked
numerous questions about
how the squadron operates
and what their mission is.
The afternoon gave both
the children and their fami-
lies a chance to see what P-
3C naval aviation life is
like and gave squadron
members a fun and exciting
afternoon entertaining the
young minds of tomorrow.
VP-45 is committed to
serving the surrounding
community, whether at
homeport or on deploy-
ment.


Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


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6 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Can we make our relationship last forever?


By Chaplain (Lt.)
Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
M y friend asked me
to write an article
about the struggles
of maintaining a healthy
relationship. Of course, I
often wonder why some
relationships work and
some crash and burn.
Relationships are beautiful
in the beginning. We are
usually on our best behav-
ior, and tend to present all
of our positive attributes,
while hiding our less
redeeming traits.
I call this the campaign-
ing stage. Moreover, from
the beginning to the end of
this phase we are always on
our best behavior. This stage
will last until we have won
the person over. When this
happens, we end the cam-.
paign.
Now is when the less
redeeming traits start to
emerge. Yet, we still get
married because "we are so
in love." Now what has hap-


Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah
Robinson
opened? He/she has changed!
When we were first together
it was never like this, now
we are at the court house in
front of a judge saying, "I
just don't understand
because we were so in love."
Let's step back for a
moment and look at the
whole principle of relation-
ships. We are designed and
then created to be in rela-
tionships. Without relation-
ships in our lives it could be


very devastating. I believe
that first and foremost we
are born to be in a relation-
ship with the creator. After
all, we are made in his
image. Then why do so
many relationships end pre-
maturely?
The statistics regarding
divorce are shocking. The
Americans for Divorce
Reform estimate that 40 to
50 percent of marriages will
end in divorce. As a person
of faith, I assumed that the
divorce rate among the reli-
gious community would be
significantly lower than the
secular population. A study
by the Barna Research
Group proved me wrong.
Eleven percent of the popu-
lation is currently divorced.
Twenty five percent of
adults had at least one
divorce during their life
time. The divorce rates
among conservative
Christians were even higher
than any other group.
Wow!
How can we reverse this


trend?
Well government and reli-
gious groups are partnering
together to reduce the
divorce rate in many states.
That is a great start to
reduce the divorce rate.
Perhaps state laws written
that increase licenses but
reduce the cost of a mar-
riage license if the couple
attends a pre-marital work-
shop. Some states already
have adopted this policy.
Next, if you are planning
to get married make sure
that your family gets to
know them. Those who are
close to you can see those
less redeeming features.
Many times we are so filled
with lust and compassion
that we over look the obvi-
ous negative signs. Your
family can give you honest
advice as to whether you
and the individual are -suit-
able for each other. Being
compatible in the relation-
ship, and being able to agree
to disagree, will help your
relationship thrive and sur-


vive over the long run.
Next, sign up for a pre-
marital class in order to dis-
cuss some of the issues you
might be concerned about.
Remember, if you don't like
something about your
future husband or wife it's
not going to magically dis-
appear, like hocuss pocus'
just because you said, "I do."
You choose to marry an
imperfect person and prom-
Sised to try to love him per-
fectly. There is hope and
help out there to improve
relationships.
Pre-marital counseling is
a pre-requisite for some
engaged couples; most cler-
gy refuse to marry couples
that have not completed
some certified pre-marital
Course.
. In fact, we: offer
Prevention and Relation-
ship Enhancement Program
at the NAS Jax Chapel. Call
the chapel at 542-3051 and
reserve space for you and
your future partner.


PREP classes

offered at

chapel
From Staff

he NAS Jax
Chapel is offer-
ing the Preven-
tion and Relationship
Enhancement
Program (PREP) 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 cou-
ples communication
skills and ground rules
for handling conflict
and promoting intima-
cy.
The class is open to
active duty members
and their spouses or
fiancees. The cost is
$10 per couple. For
more information and
to sign up, call 542-
3051/52.


Civilian of Quarter

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson presents Daniel Haseltine of the NAS Jacksonville
Air Operations Department with the Civilian of the
Quarter Award June 7 at the NAS Jax Officers' Club.
Haseltine, on his own initiative, volunteered to take on
the relocation of Hangar 122 in addition to his primary
duties. Hangar 122 housed a major portion of the base-
wide FM radio communications suits, which included
security, detective, air operations, crash, structural fire,
squadron FM, fuels, weapons, ground electronics and sev-
eral back-up communication networks that are critical to
daily base and air operations tasking. All these communi-
cation networks have been removed and re-installed to
new locations. Haseltine completed the project three
weeks ahead of the scheduled completion date, at a cost
of less than $1,500 of non-labor dollars and no interrup-
tion to service. Haseltine's efforts enabled NAS
Jacksonville a cost savings in excess of $150,000 for engi-
neering services, material and labor expenses.


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ByJO1(SW/AW)
Jeff McDowell
Navy Medicine Support
Command PAO
SK1(SW/AW) Maurice
Campbell and HM3
Michele Becher were
recently selected as Navy
Medicine Support Com-
mand's (NMSC) Senior and
Junior Sailors of the
Quarter for the first quar-
ter of 2006.
Campbell, a native of
Raeford, N.C., serves as the
supply petty officer for
NMSC. Rear Adm. Carol
Turner, commander, NMSC,
recently commended him
for implementing an Inter-
net-based supply ordering
system resulting in simpli-
fied ordering procedures.
Through his efforts, more
than 270 transactions, to-
taling more than $20,000
were processed swiftly and
without error.
As the property disposal
coordinator, Campbell re-
cently reorganized NMSC's
excess storage facility, turn-
ing in more than 50 pieces
of excess property to the
Defense Reutilization
Management Office.
He also serves as chair-
man of the Multi-Cultural
Com-mittee and is the sole
military volunteer for the
Mayor of Jacksonville's
Rally Reader Program,
coordinating a team of 20
volunteers..
His Rally Read-ers team
devoted more than 65 hours
of classroom time to 120
pre-kindergarten children
at the NAS Jax Child
Development Center.
"My passion for the Navy
and for serving the commu-
nity in programs like the
Rally Reader Program
comes from my mom, who
spent a lot of her time
teaching illiterate adults
how to read," Campbell
said.
Becher, a native of Hazle-
ton, Pa., is a medical staff


SKI(SW/AW) Maurice Campbell of Navy Medicine Support
Command (NMSC), happily accepts his award after being
selected as the Senior Sailor of the Quarter for the first quar-
ter of 2006 from NMSC Chief of Staff Bill Lorenzen.


Photos by JO 1 (SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
HN Michele Becher of Navy Medicine Support Command
(NMSC), who was recently promoted to HM3, receives her
award after being selected Junior Sailor of Quarter for the
first quarter of 2006 from NMSC Chief of Staff Bill Lorenzen
during a recent command quarters.
services specialist in the than 100 Navy Reserve
file maintenance division at healthcare providers to
NMSC. Although she's only immediately practice medi-
been at the command a
short time, Becher's contri- _
buttons to the command I v i'9


have been impressive and
far-reaching.
In the first quarter of
2006, she provided more
than 100 credentials and
privileging packages to
gaining commands and the-
atres of operation in sup-
pqrt of the global war on
terrorism, enabling more


cine upon reporting on
board.
As the secretary for the
command's Morale Welfare
and Recreation (MWR)
Committee, she has assist-
ed in every single command
MWR event, including
Valentines Day, St. Patrick's
Day and Easter fundrais-
ers. Off duty, Becher enjoys
spending time at the beach
and staying fit through rig-
orous exercise. She is also
pursuing a degree in foren-
sic psychology. Becher also
has plans to apply for an
officer commissioning pro-
gram in the near future.
"I was truly shocked to
find out that I had been
selected as NMSC's Sailor
of the Quarter. There are so
many capable Sailors in our
organization, it was nice to
have my leading petty offi-
cer and chief take notice of
my efforts," Becher ex-
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"Both Petty Officer
Campbell and HM3 Becher
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past quarter and it's satisfy-
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extremely fortunate and
proud to have all these
young professionals at Navy
Medicine Support Com-
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KUDO KORNER

The following NAS Jax personnel were pre-
sented awards during a department head
meeting June 7:
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
CWO4 Jamy Weaver (Air Operations)
Suppnl Department Plague
Galley from Naval Attaches Association
Washington DC
Length of Service Awards
Donald Burkhardt 20 years
(Fire Department)
Juan Echon 10 years (MWR)
Mariana Lopez 10 years (MWR)
Michael Nyman 10 years (MWR)
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Flag Letter of Commnnendation
ACC(AW) Frederick Ricketts Jr.
AC1 (AW) Donald Vatick


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By PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams
Special Contributor
ith the summer season
almost here, fun and sun
arrives with the seasonal
re-opening of the NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Youth
Activities Center (YAC). May 30
marked the first day of the YAC's 10-
week summer camp program, kicking
off with swimming, crafts and games.
Each year, 120 children per week,
ages five through 13, are accepted to
attend the camp. The children are
broken up into 12 groups by age and
gender and each group is assigned
one counselor. Counselors are charged
with facilitating the group's activities,
acting as instructors, mentors and
safety advocates. A separate coun-
selor is tasked with the overall moni-
toring of indoor activity, while anoth-
er counselor is assigned to supervise
outdoor activities.
Although the task of handling 120
children is a lot to handle, the staff is
organized and attentive to each child,
providing a safe and fun environ-
ment. "We look for experience when
we hire, most; of our employees have
degrees related to their job or are
attending school," said Megan Elliot,


MWR YAC director.
The groups are on half hour rota-
tions through each activity offered at
the center. Activities include "carpet
time"- reading, writing, and listening
to music, monitored computer activi-
ties, interactive video games, board
games and the "creation station",
where beadworks, Play-Doh and
drawing take place. The children are
also taken to the YAC gymnasium,
outdoor swimming pool and other
locations throughout the base.
Once a week the children are taken
on field trips off base to educational
and fun activity centers such as
Chuck E. Cheese, the Jacksonville
Zoo, and Adventure Landing.
"Each week we have a different
theme; activities and field trips relat-
ing to the theme are planned to maxi-
mize the experience through learning
and imagination," said Elliot.
Hawaiian Week, Kid Fit Week and
Under the Sea Week are just a few
examples of themes the summer
weeks are based around. For a com-
plete listing of activities and events,
see the YAC summer calendar.
MWR sponsors the YAC, but parents
are charged a weekly fee based on
their income. Spots are open to
dependent children of active duty serv-


ice members, Department of Defense
employees, reservists and retirees.
During the school year, the YAC
sponsors the Before and After School
program, as well as spring and .
Christmas break camps. During sum-
mer, the YAC opens at 6:15 a.m. and
closes at 6 p.m. Monday through
Friday until Aug. 4, the last day of the A
summer program. After that point the
YAC will resume the Before and After
School program. "Parents are able to
visit their children during the day
and a picnic is held at SeaKing Park
once month. Parents of campers are
invited to attend and bring refresh- -_
ments," commented Elliot.
Daily lunches are provided to all
campers free of charge through the
Jacksonville Children's Commission
Summer, Lunch program. For more
information on the Summer Lunch
Program, visit http://www.coj.net/
Departments/Childrens+Commission/ ..l..... ...
Summer+2006.htm
Unfortunately for those not regis-
tered, registration is closed for the
remainder of the summer program
due to the high volume of customers '
that quickly filled all vacancies dur- .
ing the one-day registration on April
22. For more information on YAC pro- Chayce Harper does beadwork during an arts and crafts ses-
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10 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


TEST RESULTS TABLE NAS JACKSONVILLE


Results in the Level Detected column for radiological contaminants and Inorganic contaminants are the highest detected level at any sampling point,
depending on the sampling frequency. The water received from JEA had minute detections of radiological parameters, SOCs and inorganic contami-
nants, all below action levels, as indicated below.
Radiological Contaminants


Dates of sampling MCL Violation
(moJyr.) Y/N
3/05-12/05 N

12/03 N
In
Dates of sampling MCL Violation
(moJyr.) Y/N
3/05 N





3/05, 5/05 & 6/05 N


Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Gross Alpha (pCi/l)
(JEA only)
Radium 226&228
(pCi/l) (JEA only)
Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Antimony (ppb)
(JEA only)




Arsenic (ppb)
(with JEA)





Barium (*m)
(with JEA)

Beryllium (ppb)
(JEA only)







Cadmium (ppb)
(JEA only)







Chromium (ppb)
(with JEA)


Cyanide (ppb)
(JEA only)




Lead (ppb)
(with JEA)





Nickel (ppb)
(JEA only)


Level Detected Range of Results
2.5 ND-2.5

2.2 0.2-2.2

organic Contaminants
Level Detected Range of Results
1.0 ND 1.0


5.8






0.046


0.087







0.2








1.4



7.0





3.86






14.1


0.23- 5.8






0.0019-0.046


N/A








0.1-0.2







ND -1.4



3.0-7.0





ND -3.86






ND -14.1


MCLG MCL
0' 15

0 5


MCLG
6





N/A






0


4







5







100



200





N/A






N/A


10


Likely Source
of Contamination
Erosion of
natural deposits
Erosion of
natural deposits
Likely Source
of Contamination
Discharge from
petroleum
refineries; fire
retardants,
ceramics;
electronics; solder.
Erosion of natural
deposits; runoff
from orchards;
runoff from glass
and electronics
production
wastes.
Erosion of
natural deposits

Discharge from
metal refineries
and coal-burning
factories;
Discharge from
electrical; aero-
space and
defense
industries.
Corrosion of
galvanized pipes;
erosion of natural
deposits;
discharge from
metal refineries;
runoff from waste
batteries and
paints.

Discharge from
steel and pulp
mills; Erosion of
natural deposits.
Discharge from
steel/metal
factories;
Discharge from
plastic and
fertilizer factories.
Residue from
man-made
pollution such as
auto emissions
and paint; lead
pipe; casing and
solder'
Pollution from
mining and
refining
operations.
Natural
occurrence in soil.


3/05, 5/05 & 6/05


5/05







3/05 & 5/05








3/05, 5/05 & 6/05



3/05





3/05, 5/05 & 6/05






3/05 & 5/05


Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Fluoride (ppm)
(with JEA)





Nitrate (ppm)
(JEA only)




Selenium (ppb)
(JEA only)


Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Detected Range of Results
(moJyr.) Y/N
3/05 & 6/05 N 0.q1 0.31 0.81


3/05-12/05





3/05


ND-0.1





ND-4.45


MCLG
4






10





50


Likely Source,
of Contamination
Erosion of nature
deposits; water
additive which
promotes strong
teeth; discharge
from fertilizer and
aluminum
factories
Runoff from
fertilizer use;
leaching from
septic tanks;
sewage; erosion
of natural
deposits.
Discharge from
petroleum and
metal refineries;
Erosion of natural
deposits;
Discharge from
mines


Sodium (ppm) 3/05- 6/05 N 74.2 7.6-74.2 N/A 160 Salt water
(with JEA) intrusion, leaching
from soil
Disinfection By-Products (TrHMs/HAA5/Chlorine Residual)
Note: The result in the Level Detected column for TTHMs and HAA5s is the highest of the four quarterly running annual averages of results from all sam-
pling sites. The quarterly running annual averages were calculated during the first, second, third, and fourth quarters of 2005.
Contaminant and Dates of sampling MCL Violation Level Detected Range of Results MCLG or MCL or Likely Source
Unit of Measurement (moJyr.) Y/N MRDLG MRDL of Contamination
TTHM [Total Quarterly 2005 N 35.8 avg 23.3-58.6 N/A 80 By-product of
Trihalomethanes] (ppb) drinking water
clrntion


HAA5 [Haloacetic
Acids] (ppb)

Chlorine Residual (ppm'


S
Dibromochloro
propane (ppb)



Di(2-ethylhexyl)
Phthalate (ppb)


Contaminant and
Unit of Measurement
Lead (tap water) (ppb)




Copper (tap water)(ppm)


Quarterly 2005


Monthly 2005


ynthetic Organic Cor
3/05 12/05




3/05 12/05



Dates of sampling
(moJyr.)
8/05




8/05


N


N


taminants Inclu
N


9.9 avg.


1.1


2-16.7


0.2 -2.7


ding Pesticides and Herbicides (found only in JEA's supply)
0.02 ND-0.02 0 0.2


ND -0.94


AL Violation
Y/N
N




N


Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
on 90th No. of sites
Percentile exceeding the AL
Result
3.1 0 of 50 sites


0 of 50 sites


0



MCLG

0




1.3


6



AL
(Action Level)
15




1.3


chlorination
By-product of
drinking water
chlorination
Water additive for
microbe
disinfection

Runoff/leaching
from soil, fumigant
used on
soybeans, cotton,
pineapples and
orchards
Discharge from
rubber and
chemical factories

Likely Source
of Contamination
Corrosion of
household
plumbing systems;
erosion of natural
deposits; leaching
from wood
preservatives
Corrosion of
household
plumbing systems;
erosion of natural
deposits; leaching
from wood
preservatives


Non-Detects (ND) laboratory analysis indicates that the constituent is not present.
Parts per million (ppm) one part per million corresponds to one minute in two years or a single penny in $10,000.
Parts per billion (ppb) one part per billion corresponds to one minute in 2,000 years, ora single penny in $10,000,000.
Picocuries per liter (pCi/L) picocuries per liter is a measure of the radioactivity in water.
Action Level (AL) the concentration of a contaminant, which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements, which a water system must follow.
Maximum Contaminant Level The "Maximum Allowed" (MCL) is the highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as
close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology.,
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal The "Goal"(MCLG) is the level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to
health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety.
Not Applicable (N/A) No value limit or restriction has been applied to this particular parameter.


NAS Jacksonville 2005 Water Quality Report


From the Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville

he Navy Public Works
Center Jack-sonville
(PWC Jax), Water
Utilities Division is your
water utility service
provider. PWC Jax is very'
pleased to provide you with
this year's annual water
quality report.
It is our way of keeping
you informed about the
excellent water and services
that we have delivered to
you over the past year. PWC
Jax's goal is, and always has
been, to provide to you a
safe and dependable supply
of drinking water. We
ensure this high standard
by tapping into a water
source of two deep wells,
which draw from the
Floridan aquifer.
The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection (DEP)
has performed a source
water assessment on our
system and a search of the
data sources indicates no
potential sources of contam-
ination near our wells. The
assessment results are
available on the DEP
Source Water Assessment
and Protection Program


Web site at www.dep.state.
fl.us/swapp. Our treatment
of your water supply
includes aeration for odor
control and chlorination to
properly disinfect.
In 2003, we also connected
to, and started receiving
potable water from a Jack-
sonville Electric Authority
(JEA) supply line adjacent
to Roosevelt Boulevard.
Therefore, some of the
data included in this report
is the result of testing per-
formed by JEA. This impor-
tant community partnering
agreement established an
essential alternate source of
water for NAS Jacksonville.
PWC Jax is pleased to
report that our drinking
water meets federal and
state requirements.
PWC Jax routinely moni-
tors for contaminants in
your drinking water accord-
ing to federal and state laws
and regulations. Unless
indicated otherwise, this
table shows the results of
monitoring from Jan. 1 to
Dec. 31, 2005. As authorized
and approved by the
Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), the state has
reduced monitoring re-
quirements for certain con-


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centrations of these contam-
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vary significantly from year
to year. Therefore some of
our data, though represen-
tative, is more than one year
old.
We are proud that your
drinking water meets or
exceeds all federal and state
requirements. Recent sam-
pling to ensure a good quali-
ty source from JEA has
revealed a temporary
change in the chemistry of
the potable water, especially
affecting levels of lead and
copper. Follow-up sampling
indicated parameters are
within limits set by the
national drinking water
standards.
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rivers, lakes, streams,
ponds, reservoirs, springs,
and wells. As water travels
over the surface of the land
or through the ground, it
dissolves naturally occur-
ring minerals and in some
cases, radioactive material,
and can pick up substances
resulting from the presence
of animals or from human
activity.
Contaminants that may
be present in source water
include:
(A) Microbial contami-
nants such as viruses and
bacteria, which may come
from sewage treatment
plants, septic systems, agri-
cultural livestock opera-
tions, and wildlife.
(B) In-organic contami-


nants, such as salts and
metals, which can be natu-
rally-occurring or result
from urban storm-water
runoff, industrial or domes-
tic wastewater discharges,
oil and gas production, min-
ing, or.farming. .
S(C) Pesticides and herbi-
cides, which may come from
a variety of sources such as
agriculture, urban storm-
water runoff, and residen-
tial uses.
(D) Organic chemical con-
taminants, including syn-
thetic and volatile organic
chemicals, which are by-
products of industrial
processes and petroleum
production and can come
from gas stations, urban


storm-water runoff, and sep- "
tic systems.
(E) Radioactive contami-.
nants, which can be natural-
ly occurring or be the result
of oil and gas production-
and mining activities.
In order to ensure that
tap water is safe to drink,
the EPA prescribes regula-
tions which limit the
amount of certain contami-
nants in water provided by
public water systems. Food-
and Drug Administration
(FDA) regulations establish
limits for contaminants in
bottled water, which must'
provide the same protection.
for public health.


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Florida softshell turtles nest on NAS Jax shoreline


By LII(SW/AW)
Heather Ewton
Staff Writer
he NAS Jacksonville
Environmental De-
partment has discov-
ered three Florida softshell
turtle nesting sites at the
Mulberry Cove Marina.
The sites have been identi-
fied and marked with cau-
tionary signs warning peo-
ple to avoid contact with
the areas.
The female softshell tur-
tle can lay as many as 20
eggs at one time and will
choose a sandy location in
direct sunlight so the eggs
can be buried and incubat-
ed naturally by the
warmth of the sun.
Environmental Depart-
ment Assistant Natural
Re-source Manager and
Stu-dent Conservation
Intern Laura LaBella has
been closely monitoring
the welfare of the nesting
sites.
"The location of the
nests, on the beach used
for kayak launch and near
the kids playground, does
pose a problem. However,
we marked the locations
with stakes, tape, and
signs to make sure people
are aware of where they
are," she stated. "The eggs
hatch in approximately
nine weeks and counting
from when the nests were
first reported, that puts
the hatchlings emerging


Photo by LIl(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Environmental Department Assistant Natural Resource Manager Student Conservation Intern
Laura LaBella hammers in stakes to surround and protect a Florida softshell turtle nest at the
Mulberry Cove Marina during its incubation period. This particular nest is expected to hatch
approximately 20 eggs in late July.


the last week in July."
"It is critical that no one
tries to dig up the eggs.
Once the eggs are exposed,
the scent could attract
predators such as rac-
coons, herons, crows and
snakes. Our main concern
is predation by raccoons.


One raccoon could deci-
mate an entire nest," con-
tinued LaBella. "Since the
sun must warm the sand
to incubate the eggs, we
can not cover the nests to
protect them."
The Florida softshell tur-
tle can be found from


Mobile Bay, Ala., east to
Florida and north to the
borders of Georgia and
South Carolina. Their nat-
ural habitats are lakes,
ponds, springs and canals
with muddy bottoms and
overhanging foliage.
The turtle defends itself


MISSIONS: Navy provides aid wherever needed


From Page 4
each other, knowing the protocols and
procedures to make sure the mission
gets done. We will respond more quick-
ly with the right people and right
equipment in the right place. Now peo-
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Commissary

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huge prizes
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most, and we are better prepared to
support our regional friends and allies
while protecting stability and peace.
There's an old saying that goes,
"those who have the most, should give
the most." As Americans, we have the
privilege of living in one of the most
prosperous countries in the world. And


likewise our compassion and generosi-
ty is just as great. Mercy is demon-
strating that compassion and commit-
ment.
So a big "hoo-yah!" to all my Mercy
shipmates military and civilian. You
are doing great work and we thank
you for it.,Keep charging!


by remaining hidden from
predators beneath the mud
of shallow water and sim-
ply pokes its tubular nose
out of the water to breathe.
"They are not a protected


species, but as stewards of
the environment we have a
responsibility to protect
them when it is within our
power," concluded Labella.


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1 in honor of Patron
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A $25 dollar gift card will
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The celebration will pre-
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VA: Carefully
monitor financial
accounts after
data theft incident

From Page 1
teers. Ask their advice
before paying for any other
service. There are steps a
service member can take if,
despite their best efforts,
their financial accounts or
other personal data is being
used to open fraudulent
accounts.
"The first thing they
should do is to file a report
with their local police
department and then let
their command know," said
NAS Jacksonville Com-
mand Judge Advocate Lt.
Rachel Eisenstatt.
"Service members also
need to let all of their finan-
cial institutions know and
file a complaint with the
Federal Trade Commission."
The most important as-
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12 JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


HAZMAT: Dispose


From Page 1

cording to the base instruc-
tion, regardless of federal
or state disposal require-
ments.
People are frequently
dumping their personal
items such as car batteries
and household wastes
throughout the base, or
often times disposing of
them outside the recycling
center or auto hobby shop
after hours.
"These facilities are avail-
able for everyone on the
base to bring their appro-
priate recyclable or haz-
ardous waste items for dis-
posal, but do not just dump
stuff after hours," said NAS
Jax Environmental Depart-
ment Assistant Hazardous
Waste ,Manager Billie
Brownfield. "You will be
fined if you are caught
intentionally disposing haz-
ardous waste incorrectly."
Fines can range from
$32,500 to $50,000 per
item, per day maximum
unless there is criminal
intent. Dumping items out-
side of the recycling center
and auto hobby shop after
hours causes the personnel
who work there to have to
accept responsibility for
unlabeled materials they
may not usually take, caus-
ing extra money to be spent
on identification testing.
Not only does this cause a
problem for the workers, it
could potentially be an
environmental hazard. "For
example, if a canister of oil
is left unattended and it
spills, it could be damaging


Photos by PH2(AW) Elizabeth
Lt. Mike Baxter properly disposes of cardboard boxes a
Jax's Recycling Center.


to the environment and
result in the base being
fined," commented Brown-
field, "We have problems
with people dropping nick-
el-cadmium and alkaline
batteries at the recycling
center after hours and the
recycling center does not
accept them, so the base
becomes responsible for
appropriately disposing of
them."
Not only do batteries
cause environmental dam-
age, they run the risk of
blowing up and inflicting
burns from the battery
acid.
The recycling center
accepts cardboard, white
paper, newspaper, clear and
colored glass bottles, col-
ored plastic bottles, cans
and lead batteries. No
trash, plastic bags or haz-
ardous material is accept-
ed.:


The NAS Jax Rec:
Center is locate
Building 623 and c
reached at 542-3113.
The NAS Jax Auto
Center accepts used
filters, antifreeze and
pads. The Auto
Center is locate
Building 622 and c
reached at 542-3227.
These resources
available to better m
HW disposal in comp


carefully

with the base's HWMP. It's
every person's responsibili-
ty to help maintain these
standards to keep our envi-
ronment safe and clean,
both on and off the base.
Public Works Center Jax
is available to assist com-
ir j mands and contractors in
Disposing of HW, but for
household items that the
N NAS Jax Auto Skills Center
or Recycling Center will not
accept, the city of
; Jacksonville's Household
SHazardous Waste Facility is
Available.
1 t They are located at 2675
Williams Commonwealth Avenue
at NAS and are open Tuesday
through Saturday from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. For more
cycling information, call 387-8847.
d in The facility will accept
an be paint, paint thinners and
strippers, rechargeable bat-
Skills teries, photographic chemi-
oil, oil cals, thermometers and


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An improperly disposed of automobile battery is found amidst
the brush on one of the base's nature trails.
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ers, pool chemicals, aerosol ammunition and fireworks.
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"This does not mean
going from base to base in
the local area, although
many of the apartment
complexes have sister com-
plexes and usually work
with our military mem-
bers," Wheeler said.
In return for contracting
with the Navy, apartment
managers are guaranteed
occupancy of their units
and rent payments each
month.
"When someone walks
into our office, they have to
provide us a copy of their
orders stating they will be
here for 12 months and a
current leave and earnings
statement. After they find
an apartment they like,
they will get a letter of
intent stating the monthly
rent from the apartment
manager," stated Wheeler.
"They are then required to
come back into the housing
office and fill out an allot-
ment form for direct deposit
of their rent. Once the
paperwork is completed,
they can move in."
"The only thing we ask is
that they remember when
they rent an apartment that
a lease is a legal document
and. can't be broken unless
they deploy or transfer. And,
if they have a problem with
the complex, we can usually
help. We have a great rap-
port with the apartment
managers in our program
and deal with them daily,"
she continued.
S With the barrack now
allowing unmarried 4s to
Live out in town, many/bf the
people in this program are
junior Sailors.
"When we ran out of bar-
racks space, this program
really became popular. The
only extra requirements for
junior Sailors is that all E4s
with less than four years in
the military must have a
letter from the barracks
stating there is no room for
them. They also have to run
a special request chit
through their command
requesting BAH and per-
mission to live off base," said
NAS Jax Housing Instal-
lation Program Manager
Mike Herbert.
"Once their BAH is
approved, they can move out
in town. This program is a
great deal because there are
no upfront costs. All they
pay is their rent. And they


get 10 percent off their
rent," he added.
All apartment complexes
are inspected by the Navy
before they are allowed to
join the program and sign a
contract to ensure Sailors
are not being sent to less
than adequate neighbor-
hoods.
At NAS Jax, more than
2,000 military members are
living in apartments in the
local area through this pro-
gram.
"We see anywhere from
500-700 people each month
looking for a place to live
depending on the time of
year and what squadrons
are in. Our office is usually
extremely busy from Oct. 1
through Nov. 30 at the
beginning of the fiscal year
because that's when there is
more money to move mili-
tary families," continued
Wheeler. "On average we
usually have about 75 peo-
ple or more each month sign
up for the Rental
Partnership Program. Other
families are looking for on-
base housing or may want to
buy a home in the area."
The housing office also
offers home-buying assis-
tance through the Auto-
mated Housing Referral
Network (AHRN) Program,
a special database that lists
houses for sale in the local
area. It can be accessed on
the Web at www.ahren.com
so military members can
check the real estate market
before they arrive here. To
find a real estate agent
through the AHRN Program
to buy or sell a home here,
call 1-888-268-2488.
On-base housing is also
readily available at NAS
Jax. "We really don't have a
waiting list here. We have
plenty of housing here and
at the Yellow Water Housing
Area. Our customers can
usually walk in and can
move in within 30 days,"
explained Herbert.
So finding a place to live
in the Jacksonville or Kings
Bay area, may not be as dif-
ficult as it seems. "We are
here to help our military
members find the right
place for them at the right
price. We can find them
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should definitely make the
housing office their first
stop when reporting here,"
said Wheeler.


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Gator territory

Golfers and fisherman are reminded to be
aware of their surroundings and watch out for
the alligators in the lakes and ponds at NAS
Jax. This nearly 6-foot alligator was recently
spotted in Casa Linda Lake near the golf
course. According to NAS jax Environmental
Department personnel, this time of year is mat-
ing season and female alligators tend to be
more aggressive. The alligators will not be
removed unless they are deemed a nuisance
and threat to people in the area.


Photo by PH2(AW) Elizabeth Williams


4',
60YEARS
a YEARS


he following are some
tips to keep you and
your family safe in
case a hurricane should
ever hit the Jacksonville
area:
What to do now
" Decide where you plan
t o goif ordered to evacuate.
Put together your disas-
ter kit.
R* Register with your local
.emergency management
agency if you will need
assistance during an evacu-
ation and there is no one
else to help you.
Plan for pets. Pets are
-not allowed in public shel-
ters. If you need to make
:arrangements, call your vet
or the humane society.
SWhen a storm approaches
Listen for weather
u pdates. Stay informed.
Have your car ready.
Check gas, oil, water and
maintenance.
Check your emergency
evacuation supplies.
Board up or put storm
shutters on windows.
Clear your yard of loose
objects that can fly in high
winds.
Secure your boat.
Leave the swimming
.pool filled. Super-chlorinate
:the water and cover the
,,ump and filtration sys-
:tems.
If you stay home
,* Stock up on water. You
-should have a minimum of
one gallon per person per
-day for three days.
Obtain a week's supply
of non-perishable foods.
Don't forget a non-electric
can opener.
Check your disaster
'supply kit.
Be a good friend. Offer
your home to friends and
relatives who must leave
their homes.
Stay inside, away from
windows.
Wait for official word
that the danger is over.
SDon't be fooled by the eye of
the storm.
If a warning has been
:issued
In the event of a hurri-
cane warning for this area
watch local news stations if
you have electricity. If not,
WOKV-AM 690 will have
current information on
portable radios.
Ifyou must evacuate
Pack what you need.
Turn off electricity,
water, gas at their main
-valves and switches. Never
attempt to turn these back
1n when returning, call
lour utility company to do
:'his and check for damage
and breaks.
Contact friends and rel-
atives and let them know
where you are going.
Lock windows and
doors.
It is required that all
mobile home residents
evacuate |for all hurricane-
force winds and sedk safe
shelter.
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What to do


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hurricane
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Visit these beautiful communities to find a KB home that's right for you.


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1. Timber Creek Plantation From the $190s
1,604-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Grand Opening! Now selling new homesites. Oversized
homesites available. Tour the community pool, clubhouse,
basketball court and family recreation area. (904) 225-2581
WOREAST CKS6NVILLE.-
2. Cedar Glen From the $250s
2,007-3,580 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Come discover how wonderful life can be in this upscale
community, now selling 11 brand new floor plans
with great standard features. Cedar Glen offers many
amenities, including a community pool, recreation area,
playground and nature boardwalk. (904) 591-7119

3. Dunn's Creek Plantation From the low $200s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. 13 unique floor plans.
Community pool and amenities center now open.
Quick-move-in home available. (904) 751-1274

3. Islands of Dunn's Creek From the mid $200s
2,237-3,817 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Grand Opening! Now selling oversized homesites with
marsh-front views. New floor plans to choose from.
Community is nestled on two cul-de-sac streets.
(904) 751-1274

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4. Villages of Summer Lakes From the $160s
1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths.
Now selling new townhomes with attached 1-car
garages. Community pool and playground. Just minutes
from the popular Tinseltown area. Tour new townhomes
ready for move-in. (904) 725-2125
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5. Adams Lake From the $180s
1,336-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling new homesites. Tour new homes ready
for immediate move-in. Visit our brand new amenities
center featuring a community pool, playground, jogging
trail and family recreation area. Last chance for lakefront
homesites. (904) 378-2710


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6. Samara Lakes Oak Ridge/River Birch
,1 From the $230s
'A141, 1,336-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Grand Opening! New homesites, new floor plans and
quick-move-in homes available. No CDD fees. Located in
popular World Golf Village area. Several lakes are located
within the 245-acre nature preserve. World-class amenities
center with pool, covered pavilion, playground, basketball
court and open recreation fields. (904) 940-0146
7. Florentine From the mid $200s
1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Located in the St. Johns County School District. Within
walking distance of Nease High School. Now taking
homesite reservations. (904) 819-6604


8. Grand Cay From the $230s
1,698-3,224 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
10 brand new floor plans to choose from. Located in
popular St. Johns County and just 10 minutes from the
beach. Close to schools, parks, golf courses and historic
St. Augustine. (904) 591-7127

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9. Cypress Lakes From the $220s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling. 11 floor plans to choose from. 25-min. drive
to Jacksonville via 1-95. Beautiful 27-hole golf course. Close
to area beaches. (904) 819-9081

10. Tuscany Village
1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths.
New townhomes coming soon. Live near historic
St. Augustine, entertainment and the beach. Right next
to the Belz Outlet Mall. 888-KB-HOMES


KB Home Studio
At KB Home Studio, you can create your perfect home.
From counters to carpeting and lighting to appliances,
you'll find everything you need to personalize your home.
Come explore today. (904) 596-6800


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Get peace of mind.


Cypress Lakes


- Protect your interest
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Lock in a great rate while your home is under construction-
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Includes these benefits and more:
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Sales office hours: M n., 1-6pm; Tues.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat., Sun., 10am-pm

Sales office hours: Mon., 1 -6pm; Tues.-Fri., 10am-6pm; Sat., Sun., 1 Oam-7pm


REALTOR Cooperation Welcome. I. Rate protection subject to time limits. Other restrictions may apply. May not be available for all loan programs. 2. Up-front approval is subject to satisfactory appraisal and title review and no change in financial condition. if the rate is not locked or rate protection expires, any rate
increases may lower the loan amount for which the borrower qualifies. Countrywide Mortgage Ventures, LLC, d/b/a Countrywide KB Home Loans, and Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. are Equal Housing Lenders. 2006 Countrywide Mortgage Ventures, LLC, d/b/a Countrywide KB
Home Loans, 27001 Agoura Road, Suite 200, Calabasas Hills, CA 91301. Trade/servicemarks are the property of Countrywide Mortgage Ventures, LLC, KB Home or Countrywide Financial Corporation. Countrywide and the associated house logo reg. U.S. Pat. &Tm. Off. Arizona Mortgage Banker License Number BK-0907332; Licensed
by the Department of Corporations under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act; Georgia Reg. #18970; Illinois Residential Mortgage Licensee. For AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IL, IN, NV, NM, NC, SC,CTX and Wl residents and properties only. Countrywide KB Home Loans is the funding lender for all advertised home loan products and
services. Some products may not be available in all states where Countrywide Mortgage Ventures operates. This is not a commitment to lend. Restrictions apply. All rights reserved. 06/06 2006 KB Home (KBH). Payment of Realtor Co-op requires Realtor to accompany and register buyer on
r ,,'"uso, first visit and comply with Realtor Co-op Agreement. Prices/terms subject to change, prior sale, homesite premiums and/or predetermined options. Floor plans, options, elevations and views vary by community/homesite and are not guaranteed. Square footage is approximate. Photos show YJ@
_s_ ou\r__ c e upgraded landscaping and may not represent communities' lowest-priced homes. Recreational facilities at Cedar Glen, Villages of Summer Lakes, Dunn's Creek Plantation, Cartesian Pointe, Adams Lake, Timber Creek Plantation and Samara Lakes are private to community. Golf course and '
tNowimisout com. clubhouse at Cypress Lakes are public. Continued scope/preservation of nature preserves/marsh subject to change and not guaranteed. Maps not to scale. See sales representative for details. CBC058298 JAX-47165 i"'' "LKBHOME


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Six Flags salute


From MWR
ix Flags Over Georgia is preparing
to pay a special tribute to our
nation's armed forces with a week of
S generous discounts and free admission for
active service members and their families.
This special promotion coincides with
Salute 2 America, the park's weeklong cel-
ebration leading up to Independence Day.
From June 26 to July 4, active members
of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air
Force, and Coast Guard can receive half
off a one-day admission to the park.
To redeem this discount, active service
members, reservists, or spouses must
show a current military ID June 26 July
4 at any Six Flags Over Georgia ticket
booth to receive tickets for themselves
and immediate family at a discounted
rate of $24.99 plus tax.
In addition to this weeklong discount
program, Six Flags Over Georgia will, be
holding select free admission days for
each branch of service. During each serv-


ice day, members of that particular
branch of the armed forces may receive
free admission for themselves and imme-
diate family members (up to four tickets
total).
Individual service days are:
Army Day June 26
Marine Corps Day June 27
Navy and Coast Guard Day June 28
Air Force Day June 29
Active service members, reservists, or
spouses may show a current ID card at
any Six Flags Over Georgia ticket booth
to receive up to four free tickets total on
their select service day.
All guests of the park will be able to
enjoy several military displays in and
around the park throughout the week of
Salute 2 America, including various
U.S.M.C. helicopters, Humvees, and more.
So come out and join Six Flags Over
Georgia in thanking our nation's armed
forces for all the hard work that they do.
For more information visit sixflags.com
or call (770) 948-9290.


Naval War College offers program here


From Staff
She Naval War College's (NWC)
College of Distance Education 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 fol-
lowed by students in the college of naval
command and staff in Newport, R.I.
Three-hour classes are held in the evening
(one night per week for approximately 35

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weeks). A top quality adjunct faculty
member from the local area leads each
seminar. Students can earn a NWC diplo-
ma, JPME Phase I credit and up to 21
graduate credit hours., All books and mate-
rials are provided on a loan basis, and
there is no tuition charge.
Enrollment is open to USN/USMC/
USCG 03 or above, USA/USAF 04 or
above, or Department of Defense GS-11 or
above. All applicants must possess a bac-
calaureate degree. Call Professor Dave Fay
at 317-7902 or e-mail dfay@lsijax.com for
more information. Applications are on-line
at http://cde.nwc.navy.mil. Applications are
due by June 30, 2006.

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JaxAlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006 15


Safety stand-down








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Photos by 01 Mike England
Florida Highway Patrol Officer Michael Dobbs demonstrates a field sobriety test with
NAS Jax Coombined Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Sailor SH1(SW) Ken Nichols during the
safety stand-down Friday.






NAS Jacksonville Safety Officer
Ron Williamson talks about
the Navy's voluntary protec-
tion program during the safety
stand-down at the base theater
Friday.


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ESGR tour





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Photo by Fred Berck
Civic leaders and bosses from across the state of Virginia who have employees who are
members of the Reserve and National Guard who participated in an Employer Support
of Guard and Reserve Civic Orientation Tour May 31. The tour gave the group a bet-
ter understanding of the duties performed by their employees while performing active
duty and active duty for training at military commands and to see the critical role the
reserve components and National Guard Reserve play in our national defense. The
group visited the Navy Reserve Readiness Command South East and Navy reserve air-
craft squadrons at NAS Jacksonville, USS Farragut and USS John F. Kennedy at NS
Mayport and the Florida National Guard Headquarters in St. Augustine. The group was
flown here by a KC-135 crew from the 916 Air Refueling Wing.




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Photo courtesy of the Jacksonville's Mayor's office
Military and civilian personnel from Navy Medicine Support Command (NMSC).join
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton during a recent breakfast for a presentation of letters of
appreciation for participation in the Mayor's Rally Reader program. The group con-
tributed more than 100 hours reading to young children at the NAS Jacksonville Child
Development Center. From left, DTC(SW) Vernell Razor, Bashan Woodard, DTCS(SW)
Wanda Archer, SK1 (SW/AW) Maurice Campbell, Lt. Cmdr. Tina Sylve, PS1 Kimberly
Beams, Mayor John Peyton, HM1 Cornelius Brothers, HM2 Kimiko Rudich, HM1
Tomasine Jordan, Sandra Banning, HM3 Amanda Smith, HM3 Elizabeth Carrington and
Claire Grusden.


HURRICANE: Tips on what to do


From Page 13

SH After the storm
Have valid identification. You will not
;be allowed into your area unless you can
provide proof of residence.
Beware of snakes, insects and animals
'driven to higher ground.
-* Avoid downed or dangling power lines.
Be cautious with fires. Do not strike
,matches until you are certain there are no
:gas leaks.
* Avoid using candles, they may result in
Fire. Use flashlights instead.
Fill clean containers and bathtubs with
water for drinking, washing, cooking and
to flush toilets.
Turn the refrigerator and freezer to
coldest settings.
Helping children cope with disasters
As an adult, you'll need to cope with
the disaster in a way that will help chil-
dren avoid developing a permanent sense
.of loss.
How you react to an emergency gives
them clues on how to act. If you seem over-
come with a sense of loss, a child may feel
their losses more strongly.
Children's fears may also stem from
their imagination, and you should take


these feelings seriously. A child who feels
afraid is afraid.
Teach your child how to call for help.
Help children memorize important
Family information such as family name,
address and phone number.
Disaster kit
Water. Store one gallon per person per
day for at least three days.
Ready-to-eat canned foods and high-
energy foods peanut butter, trail mix, etc.
Paper plates, plastic utensils.
Battery operated flashlights, radio and
extra batteries.
Cash or traveler's checks.
Non-electric can opener.
Fire extinguisher.
Fully charged cell phone and extra bat-
teries.
Tape and plastic sheeting.
Plastic storage containers.
Paper products, garbage bags, disinfec-
tant and bleach.
Baby necessities formula, diapers,
medications.
Any special medications, contact lens-
es, glasses.
Coolers for food if needed and ice.
First aid essentials.


Marriage enrichment classes offered at hospital
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville close anything private to the other par-
Public Affairs ticipants.
Workshop topics include:
T he Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Positive Relationship Assessment
Mental Health Department is Clarification of Needs, Values &
offering a workshop Priorities
called "Developing and Levels & Styles of Commu-
Enriching Your Marriage by nication
Under-standing Yourself and Listening Skills
Your Partner" June 24 and July Win/Win Strategies
22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. / Neutralizing "Hot
This is described as "an Buttons"
experiential and interactive Four Social Styles and
workshop for couples who j B- Character
want to strengthen their mar- e. Connecting & Distan-
riage while personally grow- cing Issues
ing within the marriage. Dealing with Feelings
The workshop is facilitated and Emotions
by Bruce Kristol, Ph.D., a Responsibility Issues
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Support and Encour-


staff psychologist who has been in pri-
vate practice in Jacksonville since 1979.
The workshop includes mini-lectures,
visual slides, couple interactions and
group discussion. Frederick noted that
privacy is important to the clinic staff.
Therefore, no one will be expected to dis-


agement
The workshop will take place in the
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program
Training Building located behind the
Naval Hospital Emergency Room at
Saphier and Tatum Streets. Call 542-
3473, Ext. 152 to pre-register.


Home providers needed on and off base


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 res-
ident, you will have to be
state-certified as well as
Navy-certified. This pro-
gram is for dependent


female and males.
For more information
about this program, contact
Lisa Williams or Ingrid
Robinson at 542-5434 /
5529/ 2472.


Learn to shop healthier with a dietitian...

The Wellness Center is conducting a grocery shopping tour.

Date: July 14

Time: 8:30 10:30 a.m.

Location: NAS Jax Commissary -



The tour will focus on planning healthy meals, choosing
products low in fat and sodium, understanding food
labels, and establishing budgetary guidelines.

To sign up, call 542-5292.


WATER: PWC Jax releases annual quality report


From Page 10


All drinking water, includ-
ing bottled water, may rea-
sonably be expected to con-
tain at least small amounts
of some contaminants. The
presence of contaminants
does not necessarily indicate
that the water poses a
health risk.
More information about
contaminants and potential
health effects can be
obtained by calling the
EPA's Safe Drinking Water
Hotline at 1-800-426-4791.
Maximum Contaminant
Levels (MCL) are set at very
stringent levels: to under-
stand the possible health
effects described for many
regulated contaminants, a
person would have to drink
two liters of water every day
at the MCL for a lifetime to
have a one-in-a-million
chance of having the
described health effect.
Some people may be more
vulnerable to contaminants
in drinking water than the
general population.
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cancer undergoing chemo-
therapy, persons who have
undergone organ trans-
plants, people with HIV/
AIDS or other immune sys-
tem disorders, some elderly,
and infants can be particu-
larly at risk from infections.
These people should seek
advice about drinking water
from their health care
providers. EPA/CDC guide-
lines on appropriate means
to lessen the risk of infec-
tion by cryptosporidium and
other microbiological con-
taminants are available
from the Safe Drinking
Water Hotline (800-426-
4791).


For further information or
questions concerning this
report or PWC Jax Water
Utility Division, Navy on-
base housing residents
should first contact their
station housing office and
activity employees should
first contact their safety or
environmental offices.
All questions will be
answered through your
activity or directly with the
customer. Navy personnel
who live in private resi-
dences can also contact
PWC Jax for general ques-
tions on water quality by
calling Wally Holdstein at
542-3991, Ext. 4632.


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For more information call 542-2930.
Outdoor pool now open
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.

Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of Defense
employees, $3 guests.
Swim Lesson Registration for Session II
July 1, 8 a.m. 11 a.m.
Outdoor Pool
Classes available for infants to adults. _
$30 military, $35 Department of Defense


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

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
Two construction employees work on the driveway in front of
the new NAS Jax Golf Clubhouse. The clubhouse is expected
to open at the end of the month with a special celebration. A
grand-opening golf tournament will be held July 11. The new
clubhouse will feature a back deckl overlooking the golf
course, lavish pro shop, a grand dining facility, spacious lock-
er rooms and new golf carts. For more information, call 542-
3249.
Free lesson and nine holes of golf
June 27
NAS Jax Golf Course

Comedy Zone Trip
June 28
Free appetizers and admission!


JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006 17


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.

Tomorrow, 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)


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 27 for active duty.
Today and June 29 for retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

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!

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

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 E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

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Fun in the sun


Two-year-old Emily Nesbitt bravely grabs the sprinkler, get-
ting soaked in the process.


Three-year-old Breanna Hernandez learns some domestic
duties as she washes clothes during Water Play Day.
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during a water play day at the NAS Jax Child Development
Center on June 8.


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


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.
Flag football league
now forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, Department of Defense personnel
and reservists. The entry form and rosters
are due by June 23 and the season will
start in July. All interested personnel
should contact the base gym to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Basketball season
to begin soon
The Greybeard League is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, Department of
Defense (DoD) personnel and reservists
age 30 and up. The Intramural League is
open to all NAS Jax active duty, DoD per-


sonnel 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
A men and women's open racquetball
tournament 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 provided 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 tire,
contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K
run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the
sports articles, call Bill Bonser, sports
coordinator. at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit www.nas-
jax.navy.mil.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-
9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to. help with claims. To
make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-


2945.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at St. Vincent's Medical
Center, 2300 Park Avenue,
Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call 276-9415.
* The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department
of Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
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 A01 Michael Steckly at
542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939. You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends
an open invitation to all current-
ly employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll'at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday


each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League,
903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are
encouraged to attend or con-
tact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
Washington at 542-7715, Ext.
102 or email
Herlena.Washington @sar.med.
navy.mil.
Unbreakable presents their
first fashion show June 17 at 8
p.m. at Celebrations on the cor-
ner 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 tour-
naments 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.
For more information, contact
Maria Haynes at 899-6025.


JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006 19


All-Navy Golf Team

looking for applicants
By Ingrid Mueller
Navy Community Support Programs Marketing, CNIC Millington detach-
ment
The Navy Sports Program is looking for Sailors
who are interested in competing for a spot on
the all-Navy golf team, which will hold its try-
outs 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 qualifying standards. Athletes
must have at least a 5 handicap in order to be consid-
ered. However, regardless of how good a person's
handicap is, the most important factor we consider is
the amount of stroke-play tournaments an athlete
participates in."
"There is no cost to the Sailor's command," said
Golden. "Once an individual is selected, the Navy
Sports Program will pay for all costs involved with
participation in the program."
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 overall 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 (CISM) Championship, which will be
held in Galway, Ireland, Aug. 13-19. There the ath-
letes will compete against military teams from
around the world.
"It is important to note, that in order to be consid-
ered for participation in the CISM International
Championship, individuals must have a current U.S.
passport," added Golden. "If an individual finishes in
one of the top spots and does not have a current pass-
port, the next finisher in line will be given the oppor-
tunity to advance."
Completed applications should be faxed to the Navy
Sports Office at 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 an application, go to: www.mwr.navy.mil/mwr-
prgms/sports.htm. The application must be signed by
the individual's commanding officer. Applications are
due to the Navy Sports Office no later than July 1. To
expedite the process, fax applications to 901-874-
6831/DSN 882.
For the complete sports.schedule and more informa-
tion, including the Navy Sports application, please
visit the Navy Sports Web site, call 901-874-
6621/DSN 882 or email donald.golden@navy.mil.


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Hurricane preparedness: Include pets in your plans


From The Humane Society of the United States
The Humane Society of the United States urges all
pet owners to make preparations now to care for
their pets in the wake of news that this' hurricane
season could be even worse than last, and the continued
threat of flooding, earthquakes and wildfires.
All families with pets should have an emergency sup-
ply kit for each of their pets. A three-day supply of food
and water, pet medications and leashes and harnesses
should be packed into a waterproof container. Veterinary
records, a current photo and a few small toys should also
be included.
Depending on the situation, local authorities will
determine the best action for local residents, either by
asking citizens to either stay in place, or evacuate to a
safe area.
If the situation required you to stay in place, close
your windows and doors, stay inside and follow these
tips:
* Bring your pets indoors as soon as local authorities
say there is an imminent problem. Keep pets under your
direct control so that if you have to evacuate, you will
Local park offers free nature classes
The 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.


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* If you have a room you can designate as a "safe room,"


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put your emergency supplies there in advance, including
your pet's crate and supplies. Basements or inside rooms
are preferred, depending on the type of emergency.
* Have plenty of plastic bags and newspapers as'well as
containers and cleaning supplies to help deal with pet
waste. Puppy training pads are also useful for this pur-
pose.
* Listen to the radio and don't come out of your shelter
until you know it's safe.
If your local government orders an evacuation, take your
animals with you and follow these tips:
* Learn your official evacuation routes from your local
authorities and media and know in advance where to go.
* Don't wait until the last minute to evacuate, especially
if you have horses or other large animals or if you have
several pets.
* Be ready to take your family, your pets, and your
emergency kits with you.
* Make sure your pets will be welcome, whether at a
motel or a friend or relative's house.
For more information, including tips for preparing
horses and livestock, visit The HSUS Disaster Center at
www.hsus.org/disaster.


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Committee meeting held here


Photo byJOl Mike England
Members of the Florida Inter-Service Family Assistance Committee met at NAS
Jacksonville's All Saints Chapel June 7-8 to discuss how to better serve Florida's service
members. The committee was established in 1992 to initiate a working relationship
between all Florida Department of Defense and Coast Guard installations and their
respective family service centers in times of mobilization, deployment and disaster.
Dianne Parker, Navy Community Support Services Administrator for Navy Region
Southeast, says the committee does a lot to aid service members and their families in
times of need. "The members of this committee are dedicated to helping service members
and their families during financial, family and natural disasters," Parker stated. "We can
do more to help them during disasters such as hurricanes when we work together and
pool our resources." For more information on the committee or other volunteer opportu-
nities, call the NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center at 542-2766.


New exhibit at Cummer Museum


The 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.

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Funeral costs could be
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For more information,
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The exhibition features 40 etchings and
silkscreen prints that present four narra-
Stive series produced in the 1970s, 1980s
and 1990s, each with its own character and
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Organizations ror e Ocean. Interior home 500sf, must see. dondo, 3/2 near San r 00ie m n Serioussound n family room Daniels Realy 88-341
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oHappyAds 296 Georgia Mscellaneous 912-297-0058 ne ofthe best nhood completely FLEMING ISLAND 339Putna County cabinets, white Cor- $82.9. 754-25-448
115Lost and Found 300 Avoale/Ortega values in town remodeed nsde&o rincounter tops
120 Notices 302 Riverside KINGSLAN 5858 Gumwood Dr. S. 3/2 95k Call 904 237.1353 Autumn Glen Twnhm stainless steel OutofArea/
25Personals 305Southsde REMODLED4/2 block, repiped/new 1144sf,3/2,cargar, SATSUMARiverfront3/2, appliances, large 360 Town/St
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147 Dating Services 320 Westside -32277, $177,900. lake lot, lots of extras near Clay Co. Schools. $170K entry 3-car garage $485k. 407-230-7946
166 Entertainment 322Argyle Cul-de-sac, 3/2.5,2146sf. $319,900 6996968 Owner/realtor 904-269-4663 St.Johns with extra storage
S Services 325 North Jacksonville 292 WayneCo., gar, priv fnc 635-5276 330 Beaches 340 County term ite bond, private GAT Y MOU ,
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Homes Starting In The $170s!
Phase Two NOW SELLING!
Close To Schools, Shopping
Easy Access To 1-95 & 1-295
Private Entrance to Community,
no Throuiph Streets
For More Information, Please Call i '
904-764-9687
1-295 North to Dunn Ave. Left on Dunn to Barrington Cove on the right (North) side of Dunn.



Homes Starting In The $190s!
Peaceful country living just
minutes from downtown!
Away from the traffic!
Conveniently located near .
1-295, I1-10, and Chaffee Rd. "
For More Information, Please Call
904-783-6217
1-10 to exit 351 (Chaffee Rd.) North to US 90 (Beaver Street) West on Beaver
St. to Halsema Rd. North on Halsema Rd. to Hunters Walk on the left.

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Homes Starting In The $200s!
Final phase NOW OPEN!
Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
available VP
Conveniently located near
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1-295, 1-10, and Chaffee Rd.
For More Information, Please Call
904-693-3968
1-295 North, exit left onto Normandy Blvd. Fox Hill Farms is located on the left before Chaffee Rd.



Homes Starting In The LOW $200sI
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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135 ACRES AND HOME back, all wheel drive, lights frpc ceramic tile gar. $990+sec. 1st & Last p l 4/2. Fu except TOp pay &Bts. Must M. raw materials andSA ES
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N.C. MOUNTAINS! vanities & walk -in ST. MARY'S 3/2, 2 car calbe/int, pool. Superior instruction SHEEMETAL uncertain future? si sa NEEDED
South Mountain Peaks WESTSIDE closets, w/d hk up 2 car ar. $800mo., fen bk yd all 96257395 www.myfrecomE Bsiness Der for Jx's #1 Dodge Team.
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L Lupgrd corner unit, w/d, new 4/2, 2400SF. $1500mo Intercoastal West Park, Offices from -Union. One Riverside tions, including forklift Must have car
o pets, $1200mo. *4058 Pebblebrook Cir. 4/2 Westside $250mofullyfurnavail, -UnionOnsRiversid perat qualifid BusyDocto*r'soffice Beche 24-82S
electricians, electro- PartTime
minor repairs. New REALTY EXECUTIVES 32202 mechanical and line Fax resume 285.1707
Springfield. $49,900s REGENCY -Brand new 2733939 610 40 CALL 757 -3466 W'SIDE OFFICE SUITES BOOKKEEPER/AP operators. We offer a PARALEGAL- for S'side IRRIGATION FOREMAN
Spring SIe33/2, appl6 eqp, $950mo. rand new 4 from 500-1300sf $13 psf with experience & strong real opportunity with law firm, 3-5 yrs litiga PHLEBOTOMIST- PT hrs TECHS & LANDSCAPE
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HANDYMAN SPECIAL 887-4146, 651-2222 close to Argyle Elem. RENTAL SPECIALS incl Scott/Tom 384-3666 with benefits. Fax benefits. we are have exc communica end hrs in leading Must have Valid DL.
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No p ylakeview, gated comm community. Contact resume904-287-0592 player and able to
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coveth$a la3taionhk 5 5 For Rent Sanderson Pipe at travel between offices, needed for W'side
HANDYPERSON SPECIAL aconvientar$1090m+ut1.w3/uplc275-2833 and ask forM Computer exp a MUST N'side of Jacksonville.a
$330kfixedup. Only 904' 7141615/424-1615 874 Misty Oak St. 425 ManufHture n s /R. PARALEGAL Mandarin & minimum 1 yr phleb Will train. No exp
needs cosmeticsMake S'SDE Wof Creek off $1300mo.. 954980 1422 Homes REGENCY-9A rver Law Firm. Real estate exp reqd. Fax resume
offer asis. 1 blk from Beach Bvd brand new OAKLEAF RENT TO OWN 'SIDEA NEW RETAIL CENTER or probate expreq aCDL CLASS DRIVERS needed 904-346-0628
water. Recorded msg. 2/ B,$ br an l 4/w82fRNeOWNrRse fax resume AttnI
800-520-0719wtocadh2/2. $1150/mo. Call 4/2l2sf newer, $3.5K N'SIDE-4465 Jake Rd. 06000SF COLCLASS ADRIVERS Industrialexp drug free. Sharon 904482-0618URSERYWORKER
800-520-07 Roxanne 904- 406-5500 down $1295mo. or rent 2/2, $550mo, $600 dep, 12 MO HALF RENT. Local hauling, m$150 Industrial exp, drug free. i 4-10 hours wkl -
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INVESTMENT PROPERTY $1195m0. 904-819-6626 no pets 757-7621 .(904)288-8500 day +bnfts. Permanent 30 Hwy Ave. 819500 724 Eduation $8/hour. Experi-
2 work. Call 90426H2030 nwy Ave. 781s eence desi ed. Love
ARV 85. Serious cash 42 Houses OP 3/2/2 car garage ,.ROOSEVELT/NORMANDY or9 041-526.,6930 PAINTERS Experience& CHILD CARE W'side of Children Required.
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yereo954-495-4631m 3 fhaniea fr CLASSA orB construction custom Hiring full time/parttime igattuso@hbpcusa.org-
www.weselax$500 Down U OWNret2 c9 3w getlpre0 12 MO HALF RENT. DRIVERS W/EXP. homes, No trackpaint-$00/wk -Lic, 220 or 440 experienced Teachers.
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new home at Lakeview 904272.4366 430 Roommates 448-8000 ERS & HELPERS For
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3bed/2bath. Only Call 477676 for detalls. $l m + sec. 278-5110 Meggs. 904-234-3652 Opportunities Tim Collins. with others For moreSabe n Mowleo f Equipment Operators Inrahri
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u, no pets $900 mo+ Nice. Avail now $1400m ref req. Sharon 565-1128 ,r560Finncia SrissonIa' Ai ja vices, a Health Net904317-4511X-13only. requied.Mstbeat
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SioInc ] $1350m. wky mint. eqi nt allin a small and general foreman. services at Naval sta- must be licensed. Please medicl/dental/life and
A carport, patio/Oackyard, ,. [ fLARGE 2-STORY HOME but backed up with major construct tion Air Station Jacksonville. lutenesides@
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fire damaged. $1100mo. 904-234-3652 3/2+4bd/den/ofc, fp, fnc oTNwPOOL,$35 50 Busins large company benefits, sin th beaii. Y lssovicmsmt VERIZON PHONE BOOKST
yd, near NAS JAX & new +O ort8.4starting $35/hour plus to victims. and facili- People like you!!
occupied, ANYWHERE, ATL BCH/NAS Sch. $1200m 201.893-8610 (NON-SMOKING MALE) IAuwww.PTSI-online.com other benefits. HouS- tate contact with miii- Restaurants/ People who want
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ICW $550 Inc util. share plete kit for $249.99. neat work. 904-266-2030 or call for more info Will train- AM /PM,
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house in need of repair canal 4br/2.Sba Irg yd, to bch, RTO or lease opt N$38,50 0 .Re a rea M ust have knowledge tof learn aust e s. 1 l n ts ting. rHeathF and ru KEEPINGT ASSOC. Apply Jacksonville
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95 upper, ch/a, sec sys, fpl, BEACHES, MANDARIN WRECKER DRIVER Construitin Apply Men Sat. 2pm-
ch&a, WD Hkps, Fenced whirlpool tub, etc $850m SOUTHSD ESTslD Class BIic. No Felonies.Ri5pplyMon.3585Satonv
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for Rent ch&a W Hkps Carport Screened Prch. EuiKit wk, month. 904- 302- 573 Training WRECKER DRIVERS r nWTogether we make a Rreat team. 500 Cawffees Aiamo aDa5Mond Iner
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Northside 1, 2 & 3 bdrms ICW-JOHN'S CREEK, lease print): Signature:
Starting at $575m. No 12919 Chets Creek Dr N Name (p
Appi or Admin fees. $99 3/2 w/study 1700iiF A DY E R T I S I N G
dep w/good credit. Ltd
time 904-757-8422 EOH $1475 Month RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promobon of a business or which do not meet the above
Call Don Brown Realty
NORTHSIDE 225-5510 or 571-7177 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.
Large 1, Z & 3 BRs.
HUD Vouchers Accepted. JAX BEACH Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Addibonal readership in other publicabons can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
$99 Deposit! (904) 751 -1510 NEW LUXURY TOWNHOME 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by thq publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
1093 S 7th Sf. $1620 Mo this form in
NORTHSIVE Need a Place To 800-935-8347 ex IOS 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
0 .$760 Hang You, Hat? WESELUAXHOMES.COM black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.
1,2 & 3 BRIs MAND. 4BR/ZFB, 2300sf, sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: Q I wk 0 2 wks Q 3 wks U 4 wks
Availablel Irg LR & FIR, avail now,
(904) 757-0240 mer clean, no pets, S ANIMAL OR PEr ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF THE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
Ashley Parl $17 Orn. 904-226-8361 DFADLINE To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
Apartments Mandarin-2 houses 2/2 & FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE, REAL ESTATE ADS WILL
3/2 2cr gar. Exc con 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
RIVERSIDE $956m & $1250m. Great IN61VIDUALS 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
Near 5 points, I/Ich&a, loc 904-612-0429 JAX AIR week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
No pets $595. 380,4441 MANDARIN REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE-
RIVERSIDE -big 2br, 3/2 Lakefiront 2GOOsf, MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
CH&A, good co6d, $700. tL w/d inclu, Iotsnew, NEW S 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
387-6526/ 6127-2468 ten minutes to NAS,
San Marco (2) 2br/lba $2250/mo. 917- 306. 1%0 independent of other information contained on this form.
$625 upstrs w/porch or fenced back 6ard, 10718 4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
$600 dwnstrs w/su n- Saddlebred r. walk to
room 904- 247- 9064 schis $1100mo. 254-5613 Noon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code
SAN MARCO OOG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News, *;,Juaxiiirru ew
1& 2 BIR Speciall fncd yrd, great area Tor
CALL 398 -9492 schools. Avail 7/1 Monday One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FIL 32202
SOUTHSIDE I & 2 brms $1100m 305-335-3232 One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville F L 32202
Starting at $550. No Mandarin 3/2/2 -fplc, I 11!I 111111liq 111111111111 1
Appi or Admin fees. $99 new a oliances & ac,
de tile, wpler view, $1095
LtcFosit w/good credit i i
Offer 733-6200 EHO per mo. 566-7416










lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 15, 2006


830 Child
830 Care

SBIZZY BODIES
24 hrs. Chldcare 5mn.
from Mayport Base.
Infants and us.
Affordable and dependable.
Call LaKIsha 241-9402

862 Health/
862 Beauty

BASIC BRAIDS 4 KIDS!
Corn rows. scalp
I braids, boxed braids
with or without beads
Call KIsha @241-9402

ff Painting/
876 Wallpaper

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

897 Video/
897 Photography

A Solution to Photo
Lab Shutdown.
Wi t the recent merger
of the PH. JO, DM and LI
ratings, most of you all
know that the Base
Photo Lab will no
longer support COC,
Retirements, and other
Military events. I am
here to let you know
that you have not been
forgotten. My name is
Rebecca and I am an
former military pho-
tographer. I have the
experience of COC,
retirements, air shows,
MWR shows, and other
military events. I am
offering my services,
TMG Photography, for
those of you who still
want photo coverage of
those special events in
your Military career.
lease call Rebecca at
(904)803-7763, owner
and photographer of
TMG Photography.







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


902 Appliances
I DISHWASHER-
WHIRLPOOL: $35,
Whirlpool range
$25. Call 728 0101
WA DISHWASHER

call 92- 882 S276
A DRYER/KITCHEN AID
Large capity, 6 yrs
Very good condition,
$90 or best offer,
268-8919. WHITE
Dryer/Washer Super
Capacity Exc Cond $200
for both 904-396.4793
FRIG -white, GE, dbi dr,
w/i dispenser, like new,
$700 pd $1200 813-5838
, Microwave
Over-the-stove GE
Spacemaker. Black,
30 in. $50 269-1478
4 MICROWAVE
S| OVER-THE-STOVE
L GE Spacemaker, Black,
30-In, $50. 269.1478
4 RANGE ELECTRIC
SWhirlpool, $185.2 yrs.
tL old, black and bisque
cash only 472-1417
anytime for more details.
REFRIDERATOR/
S FREEZER
with icemaker. $200,
small, microwave,
$35, electric stove, $75. Dish-
washer, $70.777- 0594 CASH
REFRIGERATOR
SKenmore 18 cubic
S ft, white, like new,
Ice maker, asking
$250obo. 912.-882.5276
STOVETOP OVEN-
.coil, stovetop oven,
white, G.E.2 yrs old,
great condition. Call
278-8995 anytime, $100obo
,, VALLEY CLASS II
universal under frame
I hitch removed from
96' Jeep Cherokee. Fits
a wide year range $40.
904-277.-3432
WASHER/DRYER HEAVY
duty, $235. Fridge, $135.
Stove $160; 904- 641- 9667
SWASHER/DRYER
S Kitchenaid Dryer Set.
t Almond. $125. kitch-
enaid cooktop &
downdraft. Almond, $65,
2649434
W. ASHER/DRYER
Whirlpool, stacked
Heavy duty washer &
dryer combo, 2 yrs.
old, outstanding condition.
$500,2647003
SWasher & Dryer
Kenmore. Good
Condition,
white, $50 each.
573.-9707/674,4453
WINDOW AIR
CONDITIONER with
remote control, 12K
BTU. Like New! 110V.
$125, Call 269-2152

905 Articles

4, 2-in-1 GAME TABLE
I pool/air hockey,
% J> includes all
accesories, $65 obo.
Call 772-7031 or 553.0056
4, 55 GALLON SALTWTR
[ aquarium w/solid
V|\r cherry hood stand.
Lights, filters, test kit,
rocd, everything needed.
Excellent condition.
$600 obo. 912- 322- 7889
75 GALLON AQUARIUM
.|1$300,350 Chevy Engine
"1 Parts. 817-366-1589 or
'- 817-313-5295
4 A/C 12K BTU
window unit used only
four months paid $300
asking $175. 269 -9542
4, ANTIQUE MILK CAN

Rockford (Rosgate)
Boombox, $45. 781- 6222
4- ANTQ DIN TABLE
I 6 chairs extra leaf
JL with matching China
cabinet, excellent
condition, sacrifice for
$1400. 249-1666
4L AQUARIUM
Complete 55 gallon
with solid wood stand,
filters, fish, accesso-
Call 904-4243799


4 BABY STROLLER
w/ carrier and car
mount, portable play
pen, white bassenet,
baby bouncer. All for $145.
868-4644/693-2574
BASSINET PLAY
PEN- (converts)
S black & tan, (Eddie
Bauer Edition) like
new. $50.912- 882- 4899/
912-258-1820


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905 Articles
For Sale

CAMERA- 35mm,
Scanon sureshot,
= pocket size. Lots of
features, takes great
pictures with case &
manuaL $40. 268 -2482
CHAIN LINK DOG
KENNEL 6X6X12 with
gate, $150obo, call
772- 7031 or 553-0056
4, CHROME (4)22" X20"
S wrath 327 rims, 5
Sprellis tires. 5 lug w/
lug nuts, lock.
Exc. condition, $1500 obo.
912-322.7889.
Like New $4500
4 Computer, Monitor
Keyboard, speakers,
and desk, $500. Sim-
mons Beautyrest
Qn Mattress Set., $300.
Call 221- 7323
4, CRUTCHES
S(2) pair. Wood,
adjustable, like new,
each pair, $8. 268-2482
& DINING RM LIGHT
FIXTURE with 6
shades, $35 Casio
keyboard, $25, used
boxspring & mattress,
$40904 249- 1666
DISHWASHER
KENMORE
White, never used
$125. Zenith HDTV 27
ind $400, BOX System with
games, $125. Cal 386- 3724
4 Entertainment
iCenter-$75. 251n.
S color tv, $125
r largenrush $100,
microwave $25.atio set,
$35. Call 777-5856
EXERCISE BIKE,
S $40\Sofas, $100ea,
S computer desk,
$40, entertainment
center. Holds 32" TV,
$100 call 645-0630
4, GAS BC GRILL
f Aussie Portable pro-
wl/pane travel grill, never
used, folds down.
compact with wheels, $75.
904-.695-1919
4. GAS EDGER
$65, lawnmulcher, $75.
L Uright Vacuum, $20,
Boys 20" Bike, $10.
Accordlan 120 Base,
781- 6222"

GRACO BABY SWING
$50. ExerSaucer$25.
Birdie playmate $20.
Graco Infant Carrier
Car Seat $50. Kolcraft
Mini Maestro 21hl
walker $25. Johnny
jumper $10; Safety 1st
Bath Seat $10. Duck
Bath Tub $5. Hippo Sit
or can Push It toy $10.
Diaper Genie $15. (8)
4oz Avent Bottles &
(4) 8oz Bottles $20. 4
boxes of clothes size
3 months to 12
months. $$$$
904- 502-8001

4 JET. 3 ultra motor-
S. sized, wheelchair used
approx Sx, new $5769,
se for$2500obo. Too
many options to list.
904 548-1161/ 912-573- 2149
MENS SET GOLF
1 CLUBS- VERY NICE
rl FATHER'S DAY
GIFT. OFFER
AROUND $100. 317-6618
DAYS (9:30A-SP) AND
WEEKENDS
SMICROFIBER SOFA
Sw/two recliners, good
I condition, $150,
treadmill Nordic
Track, EXP 20001, $175.
MUST SELL this weekend.
912- 576-4731
4 VALLEY CLASS III
Universal under frame
l1hitch, Removed from
1996 Jeep Cherokee.
Fits a wide year range, $40.
904-277-3436
OFFICE DESK
SI large modular
ht u- shaped corner
hutch, Peninsula pro-
fessional quality, like new,
sacrifice for $1100.
Call 757.7009
4 Open TOp
I l Baby Swing
and 2 baby activity
gyms. $25, for it all,
904-29 0250 ask for Casey
4, POOL TABLE 7 FT.
I 1in, slate, maple
41finish, leather pockets,
all accessories, mint
cond., moving $950.
Call Ron 904-707-4778
4, PUNCH BOWL SET
S 12 cup. CrystaL
S[ Perfect condition!
$40. 912-510-6522
St. Marys. Great Price for
this original. Beautiful
Bowl!
SRadial -10" arm- saw,
S $150.12volt,
I emergency light.
$75, woonea er,
$60, vehicle, ramps, $50,
vehicle, hitch platform,
$60. 904-272- 7352
SRHODE GEAR
S BICYCLECARRIER
L/very good condition,
$35. Holds 2 full size
bikes. Call 221.4426
4 TRAIL STAR JR.
GO.KART
%,,"- 6hp, 2wd, 2 seater top
speed, 25mph, roll
bars asking, $450. Call
904 548-1161/912-573-2140
4, WASHER/DRYER
Like new, microwave,
color TV, photo
printer, boating raft +
supplies. Pentax K1000
camera +lenses,
baby car seat, other items.
Must sell. 662-6904
Women's Shoes, VCR
Tapes, CD's, etc.
Move out sale! 887- 6171
A TO Z YOU CAN
SAVE UP TO 90% ON
EVERYTHING NOW!
358-2265 or 259-2292

920 Business/
Office

Fireproof Filesl
4 Drawer Fireproof Files
$699 Each
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 72416400

922 Collectables

4 20-Franc Brilliant
uncirculated gold
rooster coins,
1906 1914. $199 en.
269.1478
4 C COINS
20-Franc Brilliant
Uncirculated Gold
Rooster Coins. 1906,
1914, $199 each, 269-1478
4, SILVER BARS (1 oz)
adn rounds, $14.
[ I 5oz bar $70, lOoz bars
$149. Uncirculated
Sliver Eagles, $18+.
904-269-1478
4, SILVER BARS 10Z
I and rounds, $14. 5oz
Bar, $70,10 oz bars,
$149. Unclrculated
silver eagles, $18+ 269-1478
4 Wedd Band.
| .67ct, Engagement
| band. -6 ct. 1.03
cttw, make offer.
330 701. 8376

928 Electronics

4 TV. 14 in RCA
Fiat screen front and
rear A/V. Sleep Umer,
great condition,
$50.268-2482
L, TV- 19" Philips
w/ remote. $50 obo,
call 278- 8995

945 Garage
Sales


Arl/Clifton Sale! 8-4 Sat.
5331 Weller Ave. Lots of
furn, men& women
ciths, and everything !
Ft. Caroline Sat 8-12
NO EARLY BIRDS,
2230 Ivylgail Dr. E.
off Mt. Pleasant In
Spanish Point Sub Dlv.
GREEN COVE -huge sale.
428 S. Vermont St. Sat
9am.

EXTRA

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able now!
outh Real Yellow
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ville area
Daily Work
urs
der and have
& insured vehicle.

22-1955
e connection
or Operator


K945 Garage
Sales

MANDARIN -Garage
Sale. 3358 Donzi Way
West. Sat 8-12 /A
,t MOVING SALE
STreadmill, clothes,
l furniture, baby Items,
call 771-6593/
636-4366. DUVAL MAGGIE
CIRCLE ask for Fabby
NASJAXMVGSALE 772-1642
for infgogo to http://
krisseelll.tripod.com
NORTHSIDE-6150 Dunn,
multi fam yd sale, big
variety, Thur-Fri 8-4
4, ORTEGA On Going
S8358 Sterling Dr. S.
S 32244 Tv's, dvd.tv,
vcr, computer monitor,
printer, paints, computer
desks, more. 904-803-6617/
772-7795
San Marco Sat 8-2 furn
computer equip hshold
etc. 4215 San Jose Blvd.
Wside Sale Sat 6/17 8-1;
4001.1 Confederate Pt.
Rd parking lot, misc Items
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Plane!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
950 Lawn

4, Lawn Mower, MTD.
self-prope d, $80.
Gas. Trimmer, $25,
Toto Lawn Mower, $150
call 268-1384
4, LAWNMOWER
S CRAFTSMAN
Riding lawnmower
with hard bagger, runs
great, moving, must sell.
912.-576.-5540/904- 537-1015
SEARS CRAFTS-
SMAN II, Lawn
tractor, 12.5 HP, 38"
cut 5 spd, $250.
287-8433/334-1962
SEARS RIDING MOWER
36", 11HP, $350. RUns
S good, Call Dan
573-9874 (w) or 4p-8p
@hm 912 729- 4001
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAP! Private indi-
vidual 904-334-8731

9 5 C Household
71B Furniture
4. Bdrm Set- 5 pc set.
9 Oak veneer,
S headboard,
dresser, night
stands, and armoire,
$300 for all. 287- 9159
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904)674-0405

BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-9350
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic 391.1105 can del
BED $140 ON PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastlc.858-9350
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New, Can Deliver
(904)674 0405
BED $349 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic, 7 yr
warr 398-5200 can deiv
BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kings from $599
(904)674.0405
BED A Brand Name $185
King Set. NEW w/warr
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED Brand name Kg pill
topSET. $299. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391-0015
4, Bedroom furniture
Queen bed with two
r I. night stands and
dresser with mirror.
Call 476.5791
4, BEDROOM SET- 4
Piece set, Queen
S JRemattress oox-
spring mirror,
dresser night stand,
contemporary style, $900
491-7996

BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395.858.9350 Can deliv
4, COUCH-7ft.
S tapestry fabric
|L Broyhill excellent
condition to get
Information call
912-673-6496 after 5pm
4, Dining Rm Set
Oak, $400, coffee
table, $75, love seat,
$250. Antique chairs,
$100 ea. vanity/desk chair,
$55. 904 -260-6187
4 DINING ROOM TABLE
w/ 6 chairs andlighted
t China Cabinet (oak)
$690. Ent. Snter, solid
Soak $490.718-6314_
4, DINING RM SET
S. Contemporary, like
i new, $1200, ent. cntr,
$1000, flowered sofa,
$200. 541-0313/651-9302
4, Dining Set
Beautiful honey, oak,
4,0 w/2 leaves, 6 chairs,
matching buffet and
hutch, lots of other items.
904 -230 -8445
-, DRESSERS
S. BEDROOM FURNITURE
k DRESSERS. ONE LONG
9 DRAWERS, ONE TALL
DRESSER, MATCHING END
TABLES AND TWO LARGE
MIRRORS. $800
CALL 645-0630
DRESSER TRIPLE OAK
with mirror, $150.
t 2 oak nightstands,
$100. Blue overstuffed
chair with oak trim,
$20.908-7935
Drexel China Cabinet
Beautiful palladium top,
med oak color,
90"hx53"wx18" deep.
Original $2400 asking
$850. 262-9121 or
386-4210
END TABLE w/lamp &
bookcase combo. $5.
L 573.-9707/6744453
4 ENT. CNTER- Solid oak.
S Up to 36" TV, good
I / condition, 60" x53"
$150.278-4385
Ent Ctr mpl glass shivs.
fits 32"+TV $550; Ovrsiz
denim sofa, chr/ott
$500. call 904-535-2655
4, Entertainment Center,
Oak, very big, VBC.
573-9707/674-4453.
$4000bo
4, ENTERTAINMENT
e t CENTER
Holds 32", tv, beautiful
wood, $100, end
tables, $50 ea, sofas,
$100en. everything excel-
lent condition, call 64- 0630
Ethan Allen Desk
Solid Cherry, mission
style, 28"x59" top with
glass, $600. 262-9121 or
386-4210
4, FURNITURE (MISC.)
/ Kitchen table, bedrm,
[ 1 other. Moving.
Reasonable offer.
317.6618 weekend (days
only) Weekday (days)
Futon/Bunkbed Combo.
The futon is a couch
that turns into a full
bed. Bunk bed on top.
Black Metal asking
$300. Comes with both
Mattress & sheets.
904.502.8001
4, Gilder Rocker
Blue adn oak.
Good condition, $35.
573-9707/674-4453
SHIDE- A- BED SOFA
Good condition,
light brown, $50.
573- 9707/674- 4453


Living rm, 3 pc, overszed
sofa, 2 rocking reclin-
ers. $200 obo 778-8436
MATTRESS-queen
Spillow-top mat-
Ptress and box.
Moving to Chicago
sale. $175 obo, call
860-857-3126 or
864-325-4560. Like Newl
fNightstands, $25ea
I | bachelor chest,
$ $. light oak,
excellent condition.
Linda. 783- 0197


PLATFORM BEDS
Qn sized w/metal
-J^ frame, modern
European style,
choose from black or grey.
$200ea. 278- 8995
REFRIGERATOR
FREEZER-G.LE.
Arctica w/ Icemaker,
water filter, white,
2 yrs. old, $150obo,
cal 278. 8995 anytime
SSOFA- $50. Blue
with plae pink,
kLP small flower
design. Three
cushion. Two pillows,
pretty, but worn some.
912- 510- 6522
SOFA/CHAIR w/
Ottoman Italian
S leather imported
off white excellent
condition, $1000 obo,
call 904291- 4142 after
5pm


955 Household
Furniture

SOFA & CHAIR, TV/ENT
CTR, Cherry BR suite,
Office desk w/chair.
Best offer. 904-910-5709
SOFA Haverty's, very
nice, white on white
bought $1800, sell $550
OBO 388-4222
SSOFA-Light blue
with matching
S wing back chair.
Glass coffee table
and end tables $100
obo. 912 510 6522.
St. Marys
SOFA & OTTOMAN
beige, great condition,dtion
L originally paid $800.
Asking $350. Moving,
must sell. 912-576-5540/
537.1015
4 SOFA-Queen Anne
Sleeper and loveseat.
< / Great condition.
$200obo. 904 264-9507.
Pictures available by email.
richnjek@comcast.net
SStudent Desk.
Good Condition, $10.
573-9707/674-4453
TABLE- beautiful
solid oak banquet
table adn 10 chairs.
Cash & Carry only.
$1895. Call 912-729-7307
(leaves store inside)
4Q TABLE- Dolphin white
B ceramic coffee table, 2
end tables, one couch
table, heavy glass
tops, $450. Call 778- 9167
4, TABLE- Like new,
S48" round dining
I rm table with 4
cushion chairs.
$250obo. 904- 551- 0206
f4 TABLE- solid oak,
I oval banquet table
7 & 10 chairs.
$1850 cash & carry.
Beautiful! 912-729 7307
S TWIN BED (RED).
NO mattress, EC, $20.
kL wk 573-9707/
hm 674-4453
SBaby Crib Solid
SI Oak $150. Toys, giris,
S toddler, clothes, ots
of baby items.
277-1634. oceanl616@
wmconnect .com for pics
4, MAYTECH
COMPUTER with
monitor, speakers,
keyboard, & epson
styles printer w/desk, $500.
Simmons Beautyrest
Queensz set, $300.221-7323
4, Black Metal Bed. Full
sz, futon, w/twin
bunk. $200obo.
291-5707
4, On Headboard
Tw/frame, 2 chests,
S 1 dresser w/ mir-
ror. 1 nightstand.
Oak Finish. $O550.
912-72%1585
Q OUEEN SZ BED-
I dresser, mirror,
Sr night stand, mat-
tress, boxsprings,
rails, headboard,
footboard, oak con-
temporary Amelia
Island. $658.491-7996

Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527
4, Electric Guitar Cab. All
Sbrichwood, celestlon
Q.) speakers, 2 vintage
30s 2-gl2H- 30.
Made by Avatar speakers.
Brand new, $450. Firm,
call 904-710-6184
4, IBANEZ R6 220 for
Sale. Comes with
4 case, pedals, 2
Samps, and cables.
Call andpmake an offer.
860-857-3126
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 7140141
980 Sporting
Goods

4, GOLF CLUBS. set
S men's golf clubs.
SReasonable offer.
317-6618. Days,
10a-S:30p. Mon -Thur.
Nights lOp
GUN -Broomhandle
German Mauzer, w/
wooden stock & w/ Ithr,
stock holster, all 3 pcs
$1800. 1 guitar w/soft
Case $250, like new.
641-1441
STILL HUNTING CLUB,
North of Lake City.
Call 904-282-2838
POOL TABLE -prof 8ft,
solid wood, all access,
$1300. 708-1100 *


985 Trailers
Enclosed 7x16 V-Nose
TrIr '06 Lded w/opt's
Warranty $3900. 887.6171
Enclosed Car Hauler
V-Nose '06, Lded w/opt,
warranty $4500. 887-6171
4, PACE JOURNEY 02'
S 6'x10'. Trailer tie
Downs, wheel, shocks,
drop ramp like
new must sell, fast.
206-1270/$2K
99o Wanted To
Buy Or Trade

4 INSTRUMENTS
Local music teacher
seeking pianos and
keyboards for stu-
dents. Must be reasonably
priced. Contact ULisa,
912- 576-3773





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies



1010n Pets &
-- 1U Supplies

B&G & Greenwing Macaws
Cockatoos, Conures
Timneh 904-374-3005
4, AQUARIUM- small
with fluorescent light,
I pump filter, and
water heater with
manual all for $28.268-2482
AUSTRALIAN CATTLEDOG
pups Pureoreed If.l IF
$350 POP 904829-2777
BLUE TICK HOUND PUPS
Wormed- sno-,. rI31e;
904 646 3694 726 329-3
BOSTON TERRIER -CKC.
p ups 4. 3F 131 3hts.
E-.k ;S350912 729 3666
BOXER PUPS AKC 3M 4F
Fa,.r, ,' j 0lct mask
P PS600 Ba6 837 7735
BOXERS PUPS AKC, POP.
ia'.,n '., oil"- mask $550
c04 962 9518 m1 5.19
Chihuahua male pup.
rea- spot[ea on v hlre.
HC. 6 ioks. daoers $25,0.
904 289 9868. 728-9-6I
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES smi
.z. be5uihtul. i'ht.i. HC
-150 386c 963 4932
CHIHUAHUA PUPPY
12wk, couple with no
S kids preferred. Call
778-8315 anytime
4 Cockatiels for Sale
All colors avail.
1 $50-$75.
Call 6744 0598 or
674- 0598 anytime day or
night.
Collie Pups AKC, smooth
or rough coat, HC. $500
904-291-9301/509-6843
DACHSHUND PUPPIES
AKC, female s/w, hc,
$325 705-2590; 259.3611
Dachshund Mini Pups
AKC whiggly, kissy,
boys. HC microchiped,
$400 cash. 904.449-4267
DOBERMANS Red AKC,
chmp blidn, $700. good
temp 229 247 5493
Eng. Bulldog AKC Male
9mth wh/bnd, all shots
H/W, FI/Tck, hsbrk.
Must sell $1200 obo
904 451-6087
GOLDEN DOODLES -2M,
IF, housebroken, non
shed. $500 374-0084
ITALIAN GREYHOUND
BLUE PUPS. POP 1st
shots, 3M/1F $600
Re-jd, 6'15 Taking dep
dll aj : li L'l i
JACK RUSSELL PUPS, CKC
5250. I1 msl. I femmal
376 5S75 or 37i 5050
JACK RUSSEL pups.
9 0 -153 6 2 2 27
,%%v foKrailridge co~r
.f KITTENS-FREE
to good home, B/W
4. I and calico. Call
912-258-0649
or 912-576-8769
Lab AKC reg Blk F 10 wks
shots, needs loving
home $150 904.260-2966
LABRADOODLES healthy
top quality pups. Shed
less$425 up 706556-0504
Labs Yellow AKC Ready
7/3 taking deposits 386
935-0747, 386- 288-2217
MINI SCHNAUZER- pups.
AKC cert parents, at
home, $500, 534-6908


1010 ets &
1010 Supplies

OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG
PUPS, AKC, Hity & sooo
cute. AvI 7/5. Taking
dep. $800. 904-641-4226
PIT BULL/ Blue Nose,
female champ bidline
386-752-8502
SPITT BULL PUPPIES
3/4 FOR SALE
I dewormed w/shots.
Call John or Juanita at
904- 891-7839 or 891- 9520
POMERANIAN PUP CKC
male bik, HC, POP,
$450 904,859 -4310
POMS, TOY POODLES,
Shih Tzu, Chihuahuas
904.374,6177
Poodle CKC toys pups 2
cream Males $350 hc,
472-1385 535-7717
POODLES
for sale
355-3553
POODLE/Toys, AKC, HC,
2M, apricot. 1.5yr white
Female. Cash 619-3945
SHIH-TZU -3M, 1F,
when you've seen the
rest, come see the best,
Diana 291-7745
SHIH-TZU's RULE!
Purebreds $475; Hybrids
$375; Call 213-9941
SHIH-TZU -CKC, 1 M,
8wks, s/w, cute/ play
ful, $450. 771-8407
Wire Fox Terrier 8 weeks
Female, AKC, CH sired,
$750. 904-282-3221
YORKIE -pups, AKC,
$800.
284-2218
YORKIE PUPS, CKC, Home
grown, 5M/1F, $7008 $800
Ready 6/30/06. Taking
dep. 904-762-0444
YORKIE PUPS CKC
2 males POP $575
90.1 573 0445
PUREBRED & DESIGNER
PUPS on display at
Beach Blvd Flea Market
Isle A. Booth 5
or by appn. 904 233 3863
Rhodesian RIdgebackL
Dachshund. Yorkle
Maltese Toy Poodles
plus more 10% discount
for Dad's & Military.






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

1205 Boats
**** LET US ****
SELL YOUR BOAT
-Consignments Needed-
Salter Marine 904-284-0155
SEA-DOO, new eng. &
carburetors. Classic teal
& grn, trir inc[, $3295.
904-221-2004/864-3207

SOUTBOARD MOTOR
E.Irrudi p225 i V6 1286
| Clean Jpenciaole I
w ell mainltaneo
Wi tesU drve for
eriou Duvyer
L Call 904 962 .1525

4, Baha Cruiser 02'
S 257 walk around,
5.71. mercerusier, I/O
loaded with trailer.
Moving North. $35K obo.
651-9302/541-0313
4, 15'10" Canoe (2) life
Svest paddle $250. Cat
top carrier included.
359-6192
or 287-6116. BOB
4, LOWE JON BOAT
16ft. 1985, long trailer,
S75hp. Evinrude, 1983
0Shp Johnson, 1974
$1800 for all. 744-1794/
742-3525


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available with the government's

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Last year alone, MBA-sponsored life insurance

paid close to $20 million in claims. This money

helped the families of our members continue their

lives during a difficult period.


1205 Boats
16' CAROLINA SKIFF CC,
40 Yam, Lded, new trir,
gar kept, 904 641-1056
4 17ft. Monarch. 115 hp,
S4 stroke Johnson. Runs
2 excellent needs tran-
sum work and new
fleer boards. $1600obo.
Rich 912-467- 3149
20' KEY LARGO -'04,
T-top, 150 Yamaha,
trlr, $16k. 724-1575
23'Regal Ventura '99
cutty, new motor,
refrlg, sink, kept on left,
$15K. 904-821-4205
AI JET SKI 92'
4, Yamaha Wave
.lRunner IlL new engine,
trailer Included,
call 912-882-6444
o, APEX A-9
2002, rigid. inflatable
l boat with 15HP
Johnson, no
holes/patches, $2000.
282-4094 or cell
757-373-8794
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
SAny Condition!
The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440

1230 RV's&e

AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462.3039
1-800- 541-6439
SAVION 5TH WHEEL
S 95', 36'two slides.
k Upgraded cabinets,
awnings on all win-
dows. Call John. 254 6168/
229-921-4801. $15K


LOW OVERHEAD
LOW PRICES
RV HAVING FUN YET INC
Sal ServiceP
Trailer with Slide $13,500
'06 Sunline Travel
Trailers @ $13,900
New &Used Motor
Homes &Travel Trailers
CALL PILLIP 548-7414
-Exit 366 off 195
4 DUTCHMAN FIFTH
WHEEL TRAILER
2 BUNKHSE ED. 02'
28ft long cable, call 264 -6239
for more ino, sleeps 8+

Dutchman Travel Trailer
'99 Fully contained 24',
full fridge/freezer,
stove/oven, micro-
wave w/stereo sys &
TV. Full ba/shwr. $7800
904-491-0103
FLEETWOQD SOUTH
WIND '91, 33', Queen
bed, dual a/c, 454 eng
$17,500 d 731-4530
Fleetwood Mallard 24' TT
2004 Never been used.
$13K; 352.475-1501
Rexhall Rex Air '99, 34st
class A Triton V-10,
Genevac 5.5 generator,
loaded with all options.
Rear King Bed, side
bath, coran counter
tops, dual Duro Therm
low profile ACs. 2TVs
2VCRs, DVD. Upgraded
lighting, wood-blinds
throughout, drivers
door, 4 window a
wings, backup camera
with monitor, wood
floor in kitchen, level
ing jacks, heated mir
rors. Too much more to
list. This will make a
great first timer. Coach
is in great shape and
only has 55k miles. A
must see at $40,000.
Please call Dan at
759-6126 after 1pm on
weekdays and anytime
on weekends
SAFARI ZANZIBAR 99 38
Diesel pusher. Lg slide,
all upgrdes, only 41K
mi. Satellite, 4 dr fridge,
convection microwave,
tile fir, more! Exc cond,
ext'd wrty. $69,900
Call or 904.247-8034;
229-848-1637


1300 Motorcycles 1320 Antiques/
ATV CAMO COZ CADILLAC FLEETWOOD
rans four cycle, less BROUGHAM**** T
that lOhrs, reduced
$1500 firm or trade. $700 CASH
622- 8391 $700 CASH

ATV POLARIS 05' 1976 Blue Int. & ext., 160k
S Trail Blazer Excellent mi., flip down foot rests
S 1 condition. Minimal for passengers in back-
use. Red and Yellow seats, runs/needs some
$3300bo Cai ich body work-no dents.
91247-3149 Great restoration project
912-467-3149 Don't let this deal (or
4,. HARLEY DAVIDSON car) rust away.
S03' softall deuce,
i excellentS condi- Call 537-0961Today
tiond 3400m, quick Ford Model A 1930
release leather baOs,
gag k5Window with rumble
Mcage k 2 -960. seat, older restoration,
(w)2642859(h) many extra parts with
(wm 264u2850h) no rust. $9500 OBO.
SHarey FXR Custom 904-262-9121 or
S1984,18,200 miles, 904,386-4210
lowered drag bars, Lariat Ranger XLT
drag pipes, S&S 19350- 1979,460
Crb, extras, $8 obo. eng. at, ps, b,
904-249-1710 single cab, 2 wheel
drive. Good work truck.
s HONDA 05'- 400TRX $1500 obo, 294-8186
Must Sell! Low hours. Pontiac Grandvllle Comn.
S $5 500obo, '75 Needs top,. just In
912-322-7441 time for summer. I have
put much time/$$ Into
HONDA MAGNA -'94, 750 the car but we have a
RED, great cond, 25k mi new house to pay for
$2295 obof 333-2478 so I'm selling it for
what I paid. Not a show
4. Midnight Star 01' car but a good driver.
SYamaha 1600cc, 41 New belts/hoses, all
n i rake powdercoat, new fltwmaster
lowered, Barons Bak, exhaust, new carpet,
fwd controls, carbon saddle, top motor, custom cd
new battery tires, backrest, stereo, master cyl., NO
belt. Perfct-Cond. AC, maroon, power
904-529-7013 everything, good orig.
int. $6,000 213-4594
SMdnight Star. 01' VOLKSWAGEN
41dgro Raked Pow- BEETLE 69
dercoat, lowered, BEETLE RUNS GREAT!
corn saddle, new, battery replaced, engine,
ial ate transaxle, rebuilt carborator,
tires, backrest belt, perfect transaxle rebuilt ra
cond. 904.529-7013 complete brake ob.
$2Sobo. 270- 6122
POLARIS ATV '02 500HO,
exc cond. prof. served 1325 Automotive
$3000 904- 287- 6709

l, Rocket S T. 04'45cC, .. ACURA 01CL-S. Black
custom 248km, tan leather, sunroof,
t 4miles, like new, I 6cd changer, alloy
S excellent uel wheels, 60k miles,
economy. Must sell fastL 1S3,7Sob. 476 2128
904 206 1270.61100. COOL CARI
m2 44 Acura Integra 95'
SYAMAHA FZ1. 02" T R Z.,, r.iT,,t. re-
Blue bought 4I pi.-.a. ,r-c ,ord
n e w in 2 00 3. a d ult l l 5 .T .-:. ,:i s h .
owned, garage kept.L .,*r,, -,,.:.'--.g i5-00 -:0:.
7400 miles, $4900obo, R,:,r, .1:4 7;, J;,
call 9044 505 5588 ACURA RL '04 Nav.
(z)_sunrooi. CD. only
1310 Aulo ParrIs 39.000 mi. $27.980
131 -' P ~LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BFG MUD TERRAINS 980
S (5) 33in. with only 5K ACURA TL '05
.It mlles, reg. S1200, only AUR Burgundy, Ian.
5550. Call 406 2698 Oeautirdl. i27.84-10
422 8657 542 2302 x 513 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1s' nm 998-0012
S BOAT/CAR SHED 1g's ACURA TL'03
12' x30' covered two $ Ex low miles, fully
sides & back. 12' peak
264-6814 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
DUNLOP LOW
S PROFILE TIRE f \ AUDI T CONVT
1 205/40Z, R1780W.Sp 02. Only 25,000
eSport. FM 901. Stee miles. $23,990
belted like new, $50. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7447250/307,7364 998-0012
A DURATEC ENGINE /f7\IAUDI TT CONY. '02
98 2.S5L,,120k miles, \ 25K miles. $20,880
4j1' our of contour LX, LEXUS OF JACK-
$2000b8, ca SONVILLE 998-0012
904-50- 5888
I7~ AUTI A4 QUATTRO
4 Engines for Sale (2) ( OS 05. Extra low mi,
1979 Chevy 350 USl fully equip. $29,990
l$300. 94'JeepIh'lne LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
6.... .....998-0012
912-57-4985/ AUTO+RV AUCTION
912-467- 3409 for Special Olympics FL
S E IESTAND June 17@ 10 am. See ad
ENGINE STAND under auctions.
S Heavy duty engine
V build, 360 degrees. / J1BMW 330CIC Cony.
Rotation, $75,264-6364 '03. White/blue
...be Ton top fully equipped
S fiberglaSS opper $34,840
shI ort80dto ps150 a LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
snort de clamps and 99o 8-00
third brake light. Must 998-0012
sell. $100.912.-729-2792 /" ,i BMW330iSedan
S Ford Bronco '05. Ash blue/tan.
wheels, Slug 15"x7.5" $32,990
alloy in good condi- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S tion. Set of four. $150 998-0012
7447250/307-7364 BMW MINI COOPER '02
M AZDA 11 ,,,EIA WITH WHITE TOP GRAY
t MAZDA MILLENNIA INTERIOR 6 SPD 19K
|. 95'rims. 5 spokes, MILES $17,900 #2841
tt $100 obocall ASH TISDELLE 800-323-5795
after 4pm, Iv msg.
542-0719 x220 ( BMW X3 3.0 '06
l. White/tan. 2K
PARTING OUT, fully miles. $38,695
loaded Jeep Cherokee LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
w/Ithr seats; 16" Camaro nn998-0012nn
rims $120;. GM 16" rim 98.
w/good tires $160; GMC BMWZ43.0 '06
radiator $150; 563-0942 Only 400 miles.
SEARS X- CARGO $34,980
CARRIER. 0 bo LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1 call after 4pm. 998-0012
317 0630 Iv msg. 7' BMWZ4 3.0 Convt
n TUNDRA 05 '(4) '" '05. Premium pkg,
rims/tires. 275/756. fully equip. $36,990
.b $300 obo, call after LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4pm. 317-0630 Iv msg. 998-0012


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1325 Automotive
BUICK LeSABRE '00
Stk#G172 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BUICK REGAL GS '98
Stk#BUC7159A $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
' CADILLAC CTS '03
e Pearl white/tan,
navigation $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC FLEETWOO
e-* BROUGHAMM**

uw$700 CASH
1976 Blue Int. & ext., 160k
ml., flip down foot rests
for passengers In back-
seats, runs/needs some
body work-no dents.
Great restoration project
Don't let this deal (or
car) rust away.
Call 537-0961 Today
,E CADILLAC DEVILLE
04. Pearl white.,
Beautiful. $18,495
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
S CADILLAC I
O. ESCALADE 2003
tt loaded 22" rdms,
entertainment system
sunroof on-star. Clean low
miles, must see. $34K.
Call 904-923- 4881
CADILLAC SEVILLE STS '02
Stk#F753 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Cadillac DeVille '91
107Kml, good condo,
$2350 904-608-9466
CHEV CALALIER '02
Stk#G203 $9988 i
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV CAVALIER '02
Stk#G053 $9888
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877.
CHEV CAVALIER '04
Stk#4061C $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER '03
Stk#G254 $8988 ;
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEV MALIBU '02
Stk#G013 $10,988 i
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV MALIBU '01
Stk#G167 $8988 i
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAMARO Z28' 99
Navy. AT, loaded $7500
904-278-2722
CHEVY CAMARO SS '01
Black, T-tops, speed
$159/mo. Call 334,7253
CHEVY IMPALA '05
Cleanest In Jax! I
$11,990. Call 389-7700 1
Chevy Lumina 94'
EURO, food re2lable
car, blue book $2500,
asking $1400 OabO,
please call 904-415-1235/
904-415-0080
CHEVY MALIBU '03
Save your money! $6990.
Call 389-7700
CHEVY MAULIBU CLASSIC
'05 Auto, pwr pkg$99001
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
CHEVY MALIBU LS SPRT '05
Automatic, 6 cyl $11,900 ,
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
LTD ED'03 sunrf, alloy,
automatic, $14,500 I
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
/7 ,CHRYSLER PT LTID
S CRUISER TURBO
'04. Only 26,000 mi
Fully equipped. $13,640
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
q)V CHRYSLER 300
LIMITED '05 I
Leather, sunroof,1
Navigation. $27,995 i
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
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 725-7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER 300M SEDAN '02
Alloy, lthr, 3.5L, 18k $12,500
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER SEBRING CONY
TOURING '04 Leather,
6cyl, Alloy, CD $12,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 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 CROSSFIRE '04!
Stk#G229 $22,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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1325 Automotive
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
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
Stk#G098 $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
'05. Loaded, chrome
whis $199/mo. 334-7253
DODGE 1500SLT LARAMIE
'99 Ext. cab, tool box.
V8. auto $7800
Mr. Ramsey 725Z7300 Ext 4119
DODGE CHARGER
SEDAN SXT'06
Lthr, CDAlloy $19,900
Mr. Ramsey 7257300 Ext 4119
DODGE NEON R/T '04
Stk#5615A $11.588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE NEON SXT '03
Stk#G036 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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,
t17,500 #2917
ASH TISDELLE 800 323-5795
FORD ESCORT 97r.
spDort, eat MPG,
Q 5spd, cod a/c, 1i38k
miles, black ext.,
tan int., call Erick
912 882 5646, $1000 obo
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD FOCUS LX -01
zir EEuC-iI "C i .;%-8
IOM BUSH AUPLEX -71-4877
4 FORD MUSTANG
GCT Convertible, 96.
blue w black top
loaded, $6500,
718-6314 or 716-8223


Styx x would like to
invite all friends and
customers to stop by
or call him..
Bring in this ad
for extra savings! I
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Buyers h
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891-8672
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1325 Automotive
FORD TAURUS SE '03
Stk#G034 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SEL '02
Stk#G109 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD EX '98,
V6, AT, Ithr. sunroof,
silver, well maint, 92kmi,
$8500. 904-759-8681
y HONDA ACCORD
EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $21,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4 HONDA ACCORD LX 96'
Sedan, 4cyk, auto, all
power, ex. gas
mileage. Great grad
gift. $5500.904 294 6946
SHONDA ACCORD 99'
LX. Exc. cond. L111k
miles, ood ac,
kf m $4900. call
287-9159, Iv msg.
/ HONDA ACCORD
EX V6 '05
18K miles. $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Honda Prelude 96'
S 5spd, new rims and
s. tires, tons of
after market/ new


1325 Automotive
,. HYUNDAI TIBURON 97o
automatic a/c, pwr
V windows, 2 door runs
good small dent
$2500. Call 912 882- 6444

@ INFINITE G35
SEDAN '03. Only
29,000 miles.
Beautiful! $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITY G35 '03
2dr, loaded, silver, auto,
low miles, must sell
fast $269/mo. 334-7253
Keystone Cabana o19ft
Travel Trailer sleeps 6,
XL 3 yr old., exc. cond.,
$7500, 285-5289.
Lightweight easy to tow
KIA OPTIMA LX SEDAN '05
V. 6, Auto, Pwr pkg $10,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
/tMAZDA MIATA '01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful! $11,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES SL320 '97,
Red/tan/2 tops. 67K,
$16,900. 904-993-7755


1325 Automotive
MERCURY SABLE
LS '03. Leather, CD
Beautiful $10,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MITSUBISHI
ECLIPSE 03' GTS
59k miles, car in
good condition,
several modifications.
asking $12500 or best
offer. 912.882-4035
Mustang 90'
rspd, blue w/white
Ithr in.ot, 80K mi. 5.0
with performance
parts, $6K call Garrett,
904 -415-1253
4 MUSTANG GT 04'
SOrange, charcoal
L leather, int. 4.5L, S5sp,
40th anniversary ed,
21,500 miles, asking $19,500.
904-302- 3040
/ NISSAN 350Z Conyv.
f '04 Touring. Only
17,000 mi. $33,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN ALTIMA S SEDAN
'03 Auto, $11,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
4 NISSAN MAXIMA
00' 94K miles,
black on black
leather. Sunroof
everything. $9K
912-882-4899/
912-258-1820. Lv msg if
no answer
NISSAN SENTRA 1.8S '04


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Jackson%.lle. FL 32225
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Pace Arrow 36'.
Class 'A' Motor-
home, 1984.55k
miles, new tires.
6.5kw. Onan Gen, 454
Chevy eng/trans 3rd
owner. $7SoOobo, call
Erick @ 912-882-5646
PONTIAC G6 GT 'OS
Loaded, full warranty.
$279/mo. 334- 7253
SPORSCHE BOXSTER 03'
14K miles. REd with
black interior and top.
Mint condition, 5 spd.
Warranty $31,950.
Call 904- 735.-3835
TOYOTA AVALON
XLS '03 Extra low
miles. $17,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE
1 '05. Leather, CD,
fully eqpt, only 11K
miles. $17,495
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE SEDAN
'04 Auto, pwr pkg $13,500
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '00
GLS, 1.8T, White/Char-
coal $11,250, #L1101A
ASH TISDELLE 800-323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '00
GLX, Silver, at/ac, 6cyl,
Ithr, sunrf, AC, am/fm,
ABS $11,550. #2903
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '02.
GLS, Grey, leather, at/ac,
4cyl, Ithr, sunrf, air bgs,
ABS $13 050 f 1969A
ASH TISDELLE 800 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '03.
ABS. PW. PL CC i0unr
CD $14,7,O o27i!
ASH TISDELLE 800 323.5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '02.
GL. S-i,-r AT 4r-,I1. AC.
am ,'im airD 9. AB-
P brakes $1I.150 ( 242
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323. 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA "02
GL i A. Lether sl.er.
$i4,450 2-983
ASH T1SDELLE 800 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GLO, l.oT. Wie Chr-.
c-,al. $17.90,30 2993
ASH TISDELLE 800 323 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GL Gr,?,l $1,J.0. -298-
ASH TISDELLE 800 323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 05
GLS AT. AC. Sunno.L. 14K
Miies. SlI.15 0 29.J4
ASH TISDELLE 800 323 5195
Y VOLVO C70 CONV.
'04. Onl, 16hnI i.
like new. 30.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( 7\ VOLVO S80' 06
&WD. iulli
equipped. Only 120
rmilei $35.9e)0
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
VW JETTA GLI -03
6c,i. leather cus,,m
,ni5 1.79 in-,:, 334 7251
SVW PASSAT GLX-
04-. 4D black. 15K
S miles, exe. cond.
$21,500 obo. Please
call 576 9585 for details.


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

1335 $2000 or Less
Ford Taurus '86, 87Kmi all
pwr, 4dr, runs great, front
dent $495obo. 881-2624
HONDA CIVIC 94'
New tires. Runs great,
- |excellent gas mileage,
$1300.269-5460
4. OLDS CUTLASS CIERA
S95' solid car and great
runner 122K, $2000
obo, 619-3029
4 OLDS CUTLASS
Ciera 95'. Solid car and
~ great runner, 122K,
obo, 619- 3029
Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
ACURAMDX '05
SOnly 9000 miles,
champ/tan $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BUICK RENDEZVOUS AWD
'05 Auto, pwr pkg $15,900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
/ CADILLAC SRX '06
< White/tan, fully
equipped. $35,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06.
Pearl white/tan,
fully equipped. $39,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ CADILLAC
ESCALADE '03
Black Beauty! Fully
equipped. $27,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CADILLAC SRX '06
SPearl white, fully
equip, like new.
Only 9K miles. $31,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEV SILVERADO '99
Stk#857C $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 CHEVY 84', 4X4
K. 10, lifted, 38.5,
S super mudders. 350
eng, SWB. $2800 obo.
904-563-3538
CHEVY SHORTBED
TRUCK 1964. Fleet-
S| side custom, new
230 engine 3spd,
$2500obo. Call Erick
912-882-5646
CHEVY SILVERADO EXT
CAB '88 Ready to work!
$3990. call 389-7700


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
CHEVY TAHOELT
'03. Moonroof, CD,
quad seats, black/
tan, beautiful! $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $20,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TAHOE LSI '05
Low mi, loaded, 3rd row
fact warr. Save thou-
sands fr new! 334-7253
DODGE DURANGO SLT
SI PLUS 2000.5.9VL. 8 cyl,
1 silver, 3ro row seating,
109k miles, $7500. Just
a beautiful SUV. Sailor
PCSING to SIG1! 542-7419
DODGE DYNASTY
92', White, immacu-
S late, in/out. Runs
great, everything
working good. $1900.
Call 2829639
DODGE RAM 3500,
4 2005-Diesel dually
w/ comp towing pkg
for fifth wheeL Call
264 -6239 for more info
DODGE RAM TRUCK '02
4dr, one of a kind! Only
$239mo. Call 389-7700
DODGE RAM VAN 1500 '01
(Cargo Van). 37,598 miles
V8,. AM/FM, A/C Excel-
lent condition, very
clean, asking $12,950.
Call 735-3971
if interested
DODGE RAM 1500 PU '04
Stk#1628D $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM Hemi '04
4dr, low mi, great work
truck $299/mo. 334-7253
4 FORD BRONCO 78'
S new motor, 38"
\J swampers, 6K
invested. Body's
a little rough. $3K obo,
Rick912-882.-8606
4 FORD BRONCO 94'
S XLT 4" lift. 33" tires,
rebuilt trans, cold
ac. $5800 obo, call
912-882-7289 after 4pm
/@1 FORD EXPEDITION
sf '03 Eddie Bauer,
Black/tan, 4x4,
fully equipped $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPLORER '02
Stk#1666A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPEDITION XLT
'03 Leather, DyD, low
mi. $269/mo. 334-7253
FORD F- 150 4X4.
Super- Cab AFR-heads
S cam heders intake,
chip& more, $7300.
Call 904-797.6735 Iv msg
FORD F150 '05
Won't last! $11,990
Call 389-7700
A FORD F-150. 95' SWB
5sp, 6cyl, 96,600 miles,
SI original owner, great
shape, $4300. Call
Days. 783- 9272 after 6pm,
631-0219
FORD RANGER XLT 4x4 '99
Power Pkg. Leather Hand
T-Cover $8900
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD XCAB F150 '01
Stk#1739C $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 GMC Conversion
Van 92' Couch and
four captains chairs,
TV/VCR, surround
sound, am/fm cassette, 97K
miles. $5K. 997-9741
/ GMC SIERRA 05'
crew cab, loaded,
33K miles still
under warranty,
must selL $19,900.
912- 729-1585 or
912-266-2173
GMC YUKON SLT '99
Loaded. Why pay more?
$8990. Call 389.7700
\, GMC YUKON '03
\,-Black/tan, leather,
CD, sunrf. $22,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
t GMC YUKON XL
S SLT '03. White/
tan, sunroof, DVD,
quad seats. $24,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMC YUKON SLT
S'04. Extra low
miles, like new,
black/ tan, DVD,
crhome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
GMT 1500 '72, half ton
pMick up vS, at. $1000
rm Call 9042826450
f7, HONDA CRV'04
L Extra low miles
Equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ HONDA PASSPORT
1 EX '02. Only 40,000
miles. $13,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ HONDA PILOT EXL
S'04. Champagne/
tan. $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ HONDA RIDGELINE
'06 EX 4x4
Like new, White/
tan. $30,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SINFINITI QX56 '05
Navigation, DVD,
Fully Equip.$41,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP CHEROKEE
LAREDO 91'. White.
o 146K miles, 6 cyl.
Locks/windows. pwr,
auto, am/fmn/cass, a/c. New
shocks. Battery water
pump. $2500.744-1794
JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT '97
VGC.,110k mi, $3950 631- 6076
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE '04
White/tan, extra
low miles. $17,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
LIMITED'03 Leather,
moonrf, tow pkg $14,500
Mr. Ramsey 7257300 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 7257300 Ext 4119
K KEYSTONE 04'
24ft. still new, used,
one time, $15,800. Buy
from bank or cash.
904- 241-9339 for app
KIA SORRENTO '04
Leather int., 21kml,
22mpg, impeccably
maintained. $16,500
firm 904 616 5996
LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR '04
White tan fully
equip. Ultimate! $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
LINCOLN
S NAVIGATOR '04
Black/tan, like
new, fully eqpt $32,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES MLSO0 '02
White/Black. $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
MITSUBISHI ENDEAVOR
'06. Dakar Edition,
loaded, custom wheels
$269/mo. Call 334-7253
TOYOTA RUNNER '03
One owner! Hurry!
$17,990. Call 389.7700
/ TOYOTA RUNNER
'01. Extra low mi.
Beautiful! $15,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ TOYOTA RUNNER
LIMITED '03
Champagne/tan,
$23,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA RUNNER '04
Loaded, running
boards, roof, leather
$349/mo. Call 334-7253
4 Toyota 91'. Truck New
motor/paint AC, new
Brakes, manual
transmission,
extended cab call:
904-26" 7142 or
904 838-4764
TOYOTA T100 '96, Rare
find. AT. SR5, Xcab. AC,
V6,. $8000. 904-993-9044
4 TOYOTA TUNDRA
SR5 Dble cab 04',
loaded, low miles,
bedliner, tow pkg,
keyless entry at
immaculate. $19.400.
Call 912- 673-6930
VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG '04
Green, at, 6cyl, Ithr,
sunrf, am/fm CD, 4x
drive $24,750. #11859A
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323-5795


1345 VansRBuses
CHEV ASTRO CNV '01 *
Stk#1694B $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEV VENTURE '02
Stk#G225 $10,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPIEX 371-4877
CHEVY G1500 CARGO VAN
'04 Auto, AC $11,900 *
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
CHEVY VENTURE '00
7 passenger van. Hurry!
$3990. Call 389-7700 ,
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY '02. Ride kids
in style! $7990. 389-7700
CHRYSLER TOWN & CNTRY
'05 Stow & go, CD $15,900
Mr. Ramsey 725- 7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY VAN '05 CaptE
chrs. Pwr Pkg, CD $13,990
Mr. Ramsey 728-7300 Ext 4119
CHRYSLER VOYAGER '02
Stk#BUCS737B $6488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4 DODGE GRAND ,
O CARAVAN SE 99. Exc.
l condition. All records,
131K miles, green, tan
int. $5690obo. Green Cove.
904-284.0047
DODGE GR CARAVAN' 03
Stk#F735 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-48T7
Ford E350 1 Ton Van '93
Diesel $2750 OBO
568-7237
FORD FREESTAR VAN '0S
12Kml, SE, loaded, like
new $18,995. 289-4993
FORD WINDSTAR SEL '03
Leather, Alloy, DVD $12,800
Mr. Ramsey 725-7300 Ext 4119
Olds Silhouette Van '98
Loaded $4200
568-7237

1350Miscellaneous
1350 Auto ,
a YERDOG (New) 28'
hours on motor. Dump
l bed, runs great 2'
seater. $2700obo..
626-1104 or406-2539

1355 Auto's/Trcks
1355 Wanted'

Mother to be, in need of
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Please call 645-9083.
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