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Golden Wrench
VP-5 Earns Maintenance Award
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Learning To Sail
NJ ROTC Students Spend Week On The Water
Pages 8-9


Chess Tourney
Championship Games Held Here
Page 12


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Community Emergency Response Team members do their best to help victims during their final certification test a disaster drill hel
Sailors qualify to help community

during emergency situations


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


eventy-five people from the
Jacksonville area, including
several Sailors from NAS
Jacksonville and NS Mayport,
became certified Community
Emergency Response Team
(CERT) members June 17 after
completing their final qualifica-
tions for this specialized training.
This unique training program
sponsored by the Jacksonville
Fire and Rescue Department
Emergency Preparedness Divi-
sion is designed to help citizens
within the community deal with
emergency situations before offi-
cial emergency crews arrive on
the scene.
"Just as we've seen in major
disasters like 9/11 and Hurricane
Katrina, there are times when
professional responders are over-
whelmed and can't get to every-
one in time. Sometimes it takes
hours or days and usually civil-
ians are the first on the scene. If


they are trained in basic disaster
response skills then they can
assist their neighbors and co-
workers immediately after the
disaster," said CERT Coordinator
Cynthia Davis.
"CERT training provides that
training to individuals so they
can immediately take action to
help those around them after a
disaster. In fact, that's why the
program was instituted. It was
established in California in the
late '80s because the Los Angeles
Fire Department decided that
with all the earthquakes there it
made sense to have civilians
trained so they could respond,"
explained Davis. "Then after 9/11,
the program was adopted nation-
wide. It is a federal program and
falls under the Department of
Homeland Security."
The training is free for anyone
in the community and each partic-
ipant receives a backpack with
personal protection gear. "It's good
information to anyone to know, it


SH1(SW) Ken Nichols of the NAS Jax Supply Department, elevates a vic-
tim's legs to help stop the bleeding from a wound in her leg.


doesn't matter whether you are a
professional like a physician, or if
you have no exposure to this kind
of stuff at all. This training helps
you to focus on what's important
after a disaster and how you can
best help those around you,"


Davis stressed.
According to Davis, several mil-
itary members have completed
the CERT training. "It's impor-
tant for military members to go
through this training because if
they don't have a specific role


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Id on June 17.
after a disaster happens in
regards to the military, they can
be excellent team leaders out in
the community," she said.
For OSCM(AW/SW) Terry
Bryant of Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility Jacksonville,
the training was highly benefi-
cial. "I transferred here from the
West Coast two years ago and
immediately after I arrived, We
were under all these hurricane
warnings. I looked around our
neighborhood and realized that
no one really knew what to do.
After reading the base newspaper
one day, I saw the article in the
paper about this training anId
decided to sigruip so someone ih
my community would know what
to do during an emergency situa-
tion," said Bryant.-
"It's incumbent that every first
responder is prepared-A prime
example is the situation in New
Orleans last year. The people
there found out that they can't
rely on the government, they need
to have the basic tools and neces-
sities to take care of themselves
until help arrives, he added.


See CERT, Page 16


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Photos by PH2(AW/NAC) Will Tonacchio
After receiving paralyzing wounds from a mortar attack that killed seven of his fellow
Seabees, SW3 Jeffery Blackmon of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 at NAS Jax,
became a quadriplegic and was restricted to only two rooms in his old house. With the help
of Camden County students enrolled in the school's Skills UAS program, Blackmon now has a
3,100-square-foot house that is handicap accessible.


Injured Seabee

gets 'new' home

in Camden County
ByJ02(SW) Michael Wiss
NSB Kings Bay Public Affairs
Like most Americans, SW3 Jeffery
Blackmon had a modest dream:
build a house and make a comfort-
able life for his family. However, his dream
was put on hold when life took a tragic
turn on May 2, 2004, when a mortar attack
in Iraq left five Seabees from the Jackson-
ville-based Naval Mobile Construction


Battalion 14 reserve unit dead and
Blackmon a quadriplegic.
A few days earlier, two Seabees from the
unit were killed in a separate attack mak-
ing it the single greatest loss of life suf-
fered by a construction battalion in Iraq.
Blackmon's vision for his new home was
gone; or so it seemed.
Rather than see a dream disappear so
suddenly, hundreds of volunteers from
NSB Kings Bay, Ga., and Camden County
demonstrated their support for Blackmon's
sacrifices as they handed over the keys to a
new 3,100 square foot home to his family
during a dedication ceremony June 17 in
Browntown, an unincorporated community

See SEABEE, Page 16


Fourth


of July


celebration

From Staff
he city of Jacksonville will wel-
come the Swamp Dog Jazz Band,
the Daredevil Chicken Street
Acrobatic Team and the high-energy
stunt comedy team, The Jim Show to
Metropolitan Park for the Freedom,
Fanfare and Fireworks: the City of
Jacksonville's Fourth of July Celebration
July 3 and 4. Gates to Metropolitan Park
open at 6:30 p.m. on July 3 and 4 p.m. on
July 4. Admission is free and on a first-
come, first-served basis.
Numerous family-friendly activities
will be offered. Enjoy contests, relay
races, tug of war, face painting and patri-
otic make and take crafts. Military dis-
plays and a hurricane preparedness
booth will also be on hand to inform and
entertain. Food and beverages will be
available. Admission to all events is free.
Skyblast, Jacksonville's premiere fire-
works showcase over the St. Johns River,
will conclude the festivities at 9 p.m. For
more information, go to www.coj.net.
Kids Kampus, located next to Metro-
politan Park, is hosting Family Freedom
Fest from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is


is

free. The event
will feature water
park and play-
ground activities, an
aqua tunnel, watermelon *
seed-spitting contests, -
patriotic crafts,
obstable course, relay *
and sack races. Fro more *
information, call 630- *
5437.
For more information, visit www.
coj.net, e-mail events@coj.net or call 630-
3690.
Orange Park is hosting their annual
American Pie 4th of July starting at 11
a.m. until the conclusion of the fireworks
show, which begins at 9:30 p.m. The event
will be held at Moosehaven on Highway
17. There will be arts and crafts, enter-
tainment, food vendors, and games for
children, contests and a parade at 2 p.m.
The event is free including parking on
Sunday. Parking is $5. Guests should
bring lawn chairs of blankets for the fire-
works show. No coolers, food or alcoholic
beverages are allowed. For more informa-
tion, call 264-0520.


TOUCHING No Jax Air News published July 6 issue. For more information, call 542-3531. Stories and
TWw Ophotos can be submitted to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
A SFE The Jax Air News will not be published July 6. The next Classified ads may be mailed to the address shown on the
issue will resume July 13. All articles and classified ads form, dropped in the classified ad box at the NAS Jax
S. submitted during that week will Ie held for the July 13 Quarterdeck or faxed to 542-,1534.


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coming and I am dreading
the fireworks bill. Is their
an alternative to purchas-
ing fireworks for the kids
and how should I inform
them that we need to scale
back the fun this year?
MoneyMan Sez:
First, there is no need to
tell your children that you
plan to "scale back on fun."
You can rephrase your idea
using a positive approach.
Instead of telling them
that you can't buy fire-
works or that you need to
buy fewer fireworks, tell
them that you were think-
ing of doing something
more extravagant than pre-
vious years.
Here are a few sugges-
tions to make the weekend
fun and exciting.
Jacksonville has many
activities this year with
their Freedom, Fanfare and
Fireworks celebration. July
3 starts off at 8:30 p.m.
with the Metropolitan Park
Fireworks display. After


the display you can stay in
the park with your picnic
and see a free presentation
of Madagascar.
July 4 brings the
Riverfront Festival from 4
to 9:30 p.m. that includes
games, free river cruises,
face painting and much
more. At 9 p.m. the
Skyblast Fireworks Spect-
acular begins the best fire-
works display of the year
on the Northbank and
Southbank of the river.
There are even complemen-
tary 3-D glasses that will
enhance your viewing expe-
rience.
Now that you have this
knowledge, you will save
money, see better fireworks,
and most important have
quality family time. If you
have any questions you can
call the Office of Special
events at 630-3690 or con-
tact your USO at 542-3028.
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Fireworks prohibited


in base housing


xcept for command-
controlled displays,
the possession of
explosives and fireworks
(for sale, storage, or use) of
any description on NAS
Jacksonville property,
including all military fami-
ly housing areas is strictly
prohibited. Fireworks can
be extremely dangerous in
the hands of amateurs.
The Fire Prevention
Office recommends attend-
ing fireworks displays put
on by trained professionals
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NAS Jacksonville's fire-
works policy, contact the
Fire Prevention Office at
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SUNDAY SERVICES
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:15 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


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Job title/command:
NAS Jacksonville

Hometown: Haiti


t qq, Family Life: Single with a child.

[Past Duty Stations: USS The Sullivans

Career Plans: To become an engineerman
in the Navy.

Most Interesting Experience: Definitely,
going out to see for the first time on my ship.

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Job title/command:
Traffic and Recreational Off
Duty Safety Specialist

Hometown: Barre, Vt.

Family Life: Married with two children,
Krystal and Timmy.

Past Duty Stations: VP-45

Career Plans: To eventually retire officially.

Most Interesting Experience: Spending
20 years in the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Wise men talk
because they have something to say, fools talk
because* they have to say something.


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 J01 Mike England
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
The JI IB R NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JiAM NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The Jui AlAl HE can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, e-mail JaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JuJ In l. Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The Ji Am NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:


Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-359-4168
Linda Edenfield, Advertising Sales Manager 904-3V5-4336


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'Sunseekers' hold



change of command

ByLt.Cmdr.
Eric Ascheman
VR-58 Public Affairs -I


Photo by PH3 Philip Morrill
Flight deck shooters launch an S-3B Viking from the "Top Cats" of VS-31 from a steam driven
catapult on the flight deck aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN
74) June 23. Stennis and embarked Carrier Air Wing Nine are currently underway conduct-
ing Tailored Ship's Training Availability off the coast of Southern California.

VS-31 deploys to west coast on board USS Stennis


By 02 Christopher Gethings
USS Stennis Public Affairs
he VS-31 "Topcats" bring five S-3B
Vikings capable of six-hours of flight
time, air-to-air refueling, reconnais-
sance missions, air-to-sea and air-to-land
strike operations.
As one of the remaining S-3B Viking
squadrons in operation, VS-31 is embarked
aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) as
part of their new air wing, Carrier Air
Wing Nine (CVW-9) for workups off the
coast of Southern California.
Not only is VS-31 new to CVW-9, they're
new to Stennis and to the West Coast. The
Jacksonville, Fla.-based squadron was pre-
viously attached to CVW-7 for 32 years and
has deployed on board 19 carriers includ-
ing USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69),
USS George Washington (CVN 73) and
USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67).
"The Viking is essential [to this strike
group] for its air-to-air refueling capabili-
ties," said VS-31 Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Tim Langdon. "What makes us
unique is we're kind of like the Swiss Army
knife; we can do several different things in
one mission."
When jet aircraft are in the air during
flight operations, there's an S-3B in the air
on standby. Their role as a recovery tanker
comes into play in the event an aircraft
runs too low on fuel. The Viking's job is to
be at the ready to provide enough fuel for a
safe landing.
Langdon said his squadron's main mis-
sion during this underway period is inte-


grating with their new air wing and host
carrier. "We're here to raise readiness lev-
els that can only be achieved while under-
way," added Langdon.'
The next scheduled deployment on board
Stennis is VS-31's last chance at shipboard
operations. The Topcats are scheduled to
disestablish in 2008 as part of the S-3B
Sundown program.
"I try not to think about it too much,",
said Lt. j.g. Jonah Westcott, a naval flight
officer (NFO) with VS-31. "I'm having too
much fun where I'm at."
Westcott is facing the same plight many
Viking pilots and NFOs are facing. Their
aircraft is going away, and they'll soon
have to transition to a.new aircraft or do
something other than flying.
"A lot of us are just waiting it out until
after the cruise to decide what we're going
to do," he said.
VS-31's disestablishment is imminent as
part of the S-3B Viking retirement. Newer
aircraft are successfully replacing the
Viking's missions in antisubmarine war-
fare, refueling and reconnaissance.
"They're old and they're a lot of work,"
said AT2 Andrew Paynter, who has been
with the Topcats since 2001. Paynter said
the Viking is a good, solid aircraft, but
newer aircraft are taking over its job more
efficiently.
No matter how many deployments VS-31
has left, the Topcats will play a vital role in
the operations of Stennis and her strike
group for the remainder of their time
attached to CVW-9.


mdr. Bill Hiscock re-
lieved Cmdr. Nigel
MacWilkinson as
VR-58's commanding offi-
cer during a change of com-
mand ceremony June 17 at
NAS Jacksonville.
Hiscock graduated from
the U.S. Naval Academy in
May 1988 with a degree in
ocean engineering and
earned his wings in March
1990. He completed train-
ing as a C-2A Greyhound
pilot and was assigned to
VRC-30 as the airframes
branch officer and later as
the squadron's aviation
safety officer.
In July 1993, he served
as the officer in charge of a
two-month detachment
which brought USS
Constellation (CV-64)
"around the Horn" follow-
ing its Service Life
Extension Program rework
from Philadelphia Naval
Shipyard to San Diego.
In August 1993, Hiscock
joined VRC-40 in Norfolk,
Va. and served as assistant
officer in charge of USS
Saratoga's (CV-60) decom-
missioning cruise to the
Mediterranean and later
as quality assurance offi-
cer, assistant operations
officer and head landing
signals officer.
In October 1995, he
accepted a commission as a
training and reserves offi-
cer and reported to Naval
Air Reserve, Jacksonville
for duty as a program man-


Cmdr. Bill Hiscock


ager for TSC-0374, TSC-
0574 and NS Mayport.
After completing training
in the C-9B/DC-9 in Febru-
ary 1996, Hiscock reported
to VR-58 serving as the
training officer, reserve
services and assistant
operations officer.
After becoming a com-
mercial airline pilot,
Hiscock affiliated with VR-
58 as a selected reserve
officer in July 2000 and
made the transition to the
C-40A in April 2003.
Since 2000, he has
served as the squadron's
NATOPS officer, mainte-
nance officer, operations
officer and executive offi-
cer.
Hiscock has also accumu-
lated more than 4,200
hours of military flight
time.
MacWilkinson assumed
command in June 2005.
During his highly success-
ful tour as commanding
officer, MacWilkinson
solidly led the "Sunseek-


Cmdr. Nigel MacWilkinson
ers" during a tenure that
resulted in receiving the
Congressman Bill Chappell
Award for 2005 while
upholding the squadron's
position as the premier avi-
ation logistics support
squadron in the Navy.
During 2005, VR-58
supported the fleet through
logistics transportation to
six continents around the
globe, 24 hours a day;
seven days a week, directly
supporting operations such
as Iraqi Freedom, Endur.
ing Freedom, the global
war on terrorism and
humanitarian relief mis-
sions for the tsunami in
Southeast Asia and Hurri-
canes Katrina and Rita.
Last year, the Sunseek-
ers transported more than
1.5 million pounds of cargo,
more than 31,000 passen-
gers and flew in excess of
6,100 hours.
The squadron's incoming
executive officer is Cmdr.
Fermin Mendez.


Reminder...


The NAS Jax Fire Department would
like remind everyone that when call-
ing for an emergency on base, the
correct number is 542-3333.
If you dial 9-1-1, the call will go the


emergency dispatcher in downtown
Jacksonville who will then have to call the
base fire department to respond to the call.
By calling the on-base phone number, cru-
cial minutes could be saved during an
emergency.


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'Mad Fox' team earns Golden Wrench Award


By PH1 G. Wade McKinnon
YP-5 Public Affairs
commander, Patrol and Re-
connaissance Wing Eleven
(CPRW-11) Capt. Sean
Buck, and Lockheed Martin
Customer Support Regional
Manager James Parolise present-
ed the Golden Wrench award to
Cmdr. William Johns and a group
of.VP-5 maintainers May 25.
! "I would like to personally con-
gratulate the 'Mad Fox' team on
winning the 2005 Golden Wrench
Award. This award demonstrates
the 'can-do' spirit, professionalism
Arid dedication to quality mainte-
nance, which is prevalent on the
VP-5 hangar deck," said Buck
during the ceremony. "VP-5 has
made the CPRW-11 staff extreme-
ly proud and thankful to have
such an outstanding organization
in, our wing."
"What a memorable year it's
been for VP-5. Mad Fox 2005
accomplishments speak for them-
selves. A 99 percent mission com-


Photo by PH1 G. Wade McKinnon
A group of maintainers assigned to VP-5 proudly display the 2005 AVCM
Donald M. Neal Aircraft Maintenance Award also known as the Golden
Wrench Award, which was presented to the squadron by Capt. Sean Buck
(far right), commander, Patrol Reconnaissance Wing Eleven May 25. This
award is presented annually to maintainers who demonstrate excellence
in aircraft maintenance. The award is sponsored by Lockheed Martin
Aeronautics Company.
pletion rate (100 percent for percent mission capable rate, 70
Southern Command (SOUTH- percent full mission capable rate,
COM) area of responsibility), 88 interdiction of 31.4 metric tons of


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illegal narcotics in SOUTHCOM,
participation in eight highly suc-
cessful multi-national exercises
in European Command and flaw-
less performance in Central
Command supporting ground
forces engaged in hostile opera-
tions in Iraq and Afghanistan,"
added Buck. "Bravo zulu and well
done."
VP-5's Maintenance Master
Chief AFCM(AW) Mark Sulfridge
credited the men and women
throughout VP-5's maintenance
department.
"This is a very deserving award
for hard working maintainers.
The biggest part of success is due
to good coordination. It says a lot
about the command to go from a
multi-site deployment, return
home and pull it all back together
without missing a beat," stated
Sulfridge.
The Lockheed Martin P-3A
Orion became operational in the
United States Navy in 1962.
After subsequent airframe modi-
fications, the P-3C, which VP-5


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The award was initiated in
1965 by the Chief of Naval
Operations and sponsored by
Lockheed Martin to acknowledge
maintenance performance that
goes above and beyond even the
extraordinary effort that regular
aircraft maintenance requires.
In 1977, it was officially called
the AVCM Donald M. Neal
Aircraft Maintenance Award.
Today this award is fondly known
as the "Golden Wrench." It is pre-
sented annually to the patrol
squadron in the Atlantic Fleet,
Pacific Fleet and reserve force
that demonstrates the greatest
excellence in aircraft mainte-
nance.
Commissioned in 1948, VP-5
currently is in its "surge" phase
with three crews in Japan with
nine crews ready to deploy. Later
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months in support of the global
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HS-11 starts deployment with stop in Med


From HS-11 Public Affairs
he HS-11 "Dragon-
slayers" cruised the
Mediterranean Sea
during the first month of
their six-month deploy-
ment. The squadron con-
cluded normal at-sea opera-
tions in the Western
Mediterranean, completed
day and night low-level
overland training in
Albania and under sea war-
fare (USW) training in the
Eastern Mediterranean.
During the three weeks of
rigorous training, HS-11
made two port calls. The
stop was in Split, Croatia, a
beautiful beach resort town
located on the eastern side
of the Adriatic Sea. Many
HS-11 Sailors took advan-
tage of tours offered by
USS Enterprise's Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Department. These
tours included trips to
Dalmatia, waterfall sight-
seeing, exploring ancient
Roman ruins and architec-
ture and white water raft-
ing adventures.
Shortly after getting
underway a second time,
USS Enterprise visited
Souda Bay, Greece. A long
time U.S. Navy port of call,
Souda has a lot of recre-
ational opportunities for


Photo courtesy of HS-11
HS-11 maintainers work on a SH-60F Seahawk helicopter
aboard USS Enterprise (CVN 65).
Sailors. Many enjoyed tours small souvenirs using a
of Knossos, home of the hand held GPS and coordi-
mythical creature the nates left on the Web page
Minotaur. Others spent from previous participants.
their leisure time in the Peterson went and found
quaint city of Chania, shop- the small cache and left his
ping and enjoying Greek own surprise for the next
food at the many different scavenger.
harbor-side restaurants. HS-11 is continuing to
While most Sailors en- work hard as they near the
deavored upon the normal two-month mark of their
tourist spots, HS-11's AW2 six-month deployment on
Shawn Peterson was busy board the carrier. Following
pursuing one of his favorite their second port call in
hobbies, a Web based sou- Souda Bay, the Dragon-
venir hunt, known as "Web slayers focused their atten-
caching". The object of Web tion on the upcoming opera-
caching is to search a new tions in the Persian Gulf.
city for trinkets and other HS-11 looks forward to


completing the first phase
of their deployment opera-
tions in the Persian Gulf at
the end of June. Squadron
personnel raised their oper-
ational tempo to new
heights as they recently
began operations with
British troops conducting
stability and security oper-
ations in Southern Iraq.
Two HS-11 aircraft will
support British forces and
operate with British
Merlin, Sea King and Lynx
aircraft in and around the
city of Basrah. Missions
will consist of joint troop
insertion and extraction,
logistics, reconnaissance,
helicopter top cover and
convoy protection.
The Dragonslayers have
continued to provide out-
standing support to Carrier
Airwing One and the carri-
er by providing nonstop
coverage of both the ship
and airwing's needs. From
logistics flights, training
evolutions and search and
rescue plane guard, to parts
runs to stranded airwing
aircraft, the Dragonslayers
are answering the calls.
They will soon begin their
transit to the Western
Pacific for exercises
throughout the Seventh
Fleet operating area.


From HS-11 Public Affairs
During their second
week on cruise the
HS-11 "Dragonslay-
ers" accomplished a first by
advancing five of their chief
petty officers to the rank of
senior chief petty officer.
For the commanding offi-
cer Cmdr. J.R. Nettleton,
this was one of the most
exciting moments of his tour.
"I have never heard of this
happening and to be the CO


during such a great time is a
privilege I will not forget.
Two of these chiefs just
checked on board and this
shows the quality of people
we are bringing to the
squadron," Nettleton said.
Four of the chiefs were
frocked while deployed on
board USS Enterprise.
They are: AMCS(AW)
Crystal Maynor, AECS(AW)
James Ashe, AMCS(AW)
Raymond Francis III, and
ADCS(AW) Michael Padro.


Photo courtesy of HS- 11
HS-11 Commanding Officer Cmdr. J.R. Nettleton congratu-
lates three of HS-11 's newest senior chief petty officers. From
left, AMCS(AW) Crystal Maynor, ADCS(AW) Michael Padro
and AECS(AW) James Ashe.
The fifth, ATCS(AW) transferred to a new duty
Jeffrey Andrews, recently station.


JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 29, 2006 .5


HS-5 completes successful

Fallon detachment
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO
T he "Nightdippers" of HS-5 have successfully com-
pleted their most recent detachment to NAS
Fallon, Nev. While in Fallon, the squadron partic-'
ipated in virtually every mission area they can execute.
Some new mission areas completed by HS-5 included
convoy escort and special forces insertion and extrac-
tion.
According to Lt.j.g. Jack Reiner, the training in Fallon
was invaluable. Reiner noted that, "I have never seen
anything quite like this. We have the ability to practice
both mountain techniques and desert terrain flying in
one area. Fallon is truly a unique experience," said
Reiner.
While in Fallon, the Nightdippers flew more than 250
hours, ranging from unit level training to completely
integrated air wing scenarios. This high-flight time
requirement has demanded the maximum effort of
every Sailor in the squadron, from the maintenance
department to the administration department.
The Sailors of HS-5 look forward to their upcoming.
return to Jacksonville and will use the weeks between
Fallon and their next upcoming detachment to enjoy
their shortened Florida summer.


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Would you



burn your child?


directly by fireworks. In 2003, 100
people were killed in a Rhode Island
nightclub fire ignited by the indoor
use of pyrotechnics in a small, crowd-
ed ro6m with wall linings that pro-
moted rapid flame spread.
As in most years, the majority of
victims of fireworks injuries in 2003
were under age 20. The highest injury
rates were fdr children aged five to
nine, whose relative risk compared to
other age groups has been increasing
in recent years. In 2003, five out of six
(84 percent) of emergency room fire-
works injuries involved fireworks
that federal regulations permit con-
sumers to use.
Seven states have banned access by
the public to all fireworks, including
Arizona, Delaware, Georgia,
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New
York, and Rhode Island. "Safe and
sane," or legal fireworks caused more
injuries than illegal fireworks, espe-
cially to preschool children. "Safe and
sane" fireworks include devices such
as sparklers, fountains, snakes, party
poppers, and ground spinners. Six
states permit the sale of sparklers
and some other devices.
Just going to a vendor to,purchase
fireworks is dangerous. In 1983, two
separate massive fireworks explosion
incidents in Mexico killed 34 and 21
people, respectively. In 1996, nine
people died in an Ohio fire when a
customer ignited a fireworks device in


the sales
display
area of
a fire-
works
retail .
facility
an
the re-
sulting

qui-ckly y
spread to
the entire
store inventory. p
I will dare say
you have never seen a UL label on a
consumer firework. Now the- question
is for you would you burn your
child? If you purchase fireworks and
allow your children to play with
them, you are risking blindness,
burns and even death. What kind of
loving parent would allow this? Not
any I know.
aThe members of NAS Jax Fire
Department want you and your. fami-
ly to enjoy this holiday but without
coirsumer purchased fireworks. We
would ask you take your family to one
of the many public fireworks displays
sponsored by area cities and leave the
fireworks to the professionals. We all
know it's a much better time and you
can kick back and enjoy spending
time with the most precious people in
your life your family. The conse-
quences of not heeding this good
advice may be a lifetime of guilt hav-
ing to look at your blinded or maimed
child. When you pass that colorful
and brightly lit fireworks stand and
feel tempted to. go in, we 'ask you to
remember an important thought.
"Would I burn my child?" Your
answer is looking up at you!


By Landy Hall
NASIJax Base Fire Chief
W T would you burn your child? If I
asked you this question most
V : family members would won-
der:if I had lost my mind. However,
the; sad truth of the matter is, this
Fourth of July someone's child is
going to the emergency room or in the
worse case scenario, the funeral home
because of fireworks. Yes, fireworks!
I often get these looks and com-
ments: "Chief, you're just a spoil
sport. You don't want us to have fun."
Or, "it's the Fourth of July. You are
anti-celebration. Americans celebrate
the Fourth with fireworks." No, we
are not against celebrating but we are
for the protection of life and property.
Consumer fireworks have an unpar-
alleled history of causing death and
injury. Many people will say, "it's just
a sparkler, it doesn't hurt anything."
Not true. Look at the statistics
according to National Fire Protection
Association and the Consumer
Product Safety Commission. In 2003,
9,300 fireworks-related injuries were
treated in a hospital emergency room.
In 2002, there were 3,000 reported
structure or vehicle fires started by
fireworks and $29 million in direct
property damage.
I4 1997-2001, eight people per year
were killed in fires started by fire-
works, while seven people were killed


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AS Jax sets up emergency hotline
F-om Staff area has been given. They times of emergency only. regarding the hurricane


N AS Jacksonville has
established a hot-
line for service-;
nrembers, Department of-
Iefense employees, con-
tilactors and their families
teacall during an emergency
tfat warrants evacuation
such as a hurricane.
SEvacuees can call 1-800-
89-6024 to check in with
the-"base upon arriving at
a -evacuation destination
and to verify if the order to
return to the Jacksonville


can also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency
Operations Center at nas-
jax'eoc.fct@navy.mil to
relay their status and ask
for assistance.
Please keep in mind that
the hotline will. not be
staffed by customer service
personnel and only pro-
vides recorded information.
It cannot be used to check
on weather conditions or
locate friends or family. The
hotline number and email
address are for use during


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Give a hoot, don't pollute!
By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
ust about every evening, my wife and I walk our dog
along Child Street. We live right on the corner in
front of the hospital, so we start there, and walk past
the golf course. We have walked the same route so many
times; we know most of the landmarks, and each pothole
along the route.
We look forward to the walk
each day, but I think our little
dog looks forward to it even
more. He has the opportunity to
get outside, and since he is a
housedog, it is always the high-
light of his day. He gets to chase
squirrels, raccoons, armadillos,
rabbits and one animal we think
is a pocket gopher. Last week he ..... .-
even got to get close to a large
turtle that was making it's way Chaplain
to the river. Ca plan
Unfortunately, last week he (Lt) Mylon Pope
also got to eat Cheetos from an almost full bag that some-
one threw out of their car. As a matter of fact, most
evenings, he has the opportunity to enjoy a buffet of trash
that litters the side of the road. He gets his choice of
McDonalds, Wendy's, Taco Bell and other delicacies that
people choose to throw out of their cars as they drive down
the road.
This brings me to an important question: Why in the
world do people litter? What makes someone pick up a
McDonalds bag and throw it out of his or her window? It
is mind boggling to me how thoughtless some people are.
If you don't believe me, just look around as you drive. It is
enough to make you sick. Littering is thoughtless, foolish,
and it affects us all. When we have a visitor to the station,
people's first impression is extremely positive.
Who can drive past that Blue Angel aircraft at the
Yorktown Gate and not be awestruck? Their impression as
they drive around the base should be just as positive and
yet day after day, I am amazed at the amount of litter
thrown on the road. Just as soon as it gets picked up,
there is more to take its place.
If you are in the habit of littering, why not do the right
thing and wait until you get home or to your office and
dispose of your trash properly? If you see litter, how about
picking it up and throwing it in the nearest trash can? It
doesn't take a lot of work, and it will go a long way in
keeping up the appearance of our station. Remember what
Woodsy the Owl said in those immortal television com-
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FROM THE FLEET


Security still a top concern


By Pacific Fleet Master
Chief (SS/SW) R.D. West
H oo-yah, warriors.
This week I want to
get right to the point
because some recent events
have me really concerned.
By now I'm sure most of you
have heard about the recent
loss of personal information
by the Veterans Admini-
stration (VA). About 26.5
million of our retired, for-
mer, active and reserve
shipmates had their person-
al information stolen when
a VA employee took the
information home with him.
Incredulous as this all
sounds, this incident brings
to light two significant
issues that affect us all on a
daily basis: information
security and identity theft.
First let's talk information
security. I mentioned this in
an article earlier this year,
but after something like
this, I think it needs rein-
forcing.
What we have is a govern-
ment employee, much like
any of us, who brought
home sensitive data on mil-
lions of people despite
rules prohibiting such
actions. Sure, the original
plan was probably just to
get a step ahead of a big
project or just work in gen-
eral. Maybe it was the
usual procedure because no
one seemed to mind or care.
I wonder how many people.
care now? At least 26.5 mil-
lion I'd wager.
The same thing applies to
us in the military. We are
always charged with pro-
tecting sensitive and classi-
fied information. You just
don't realize the impact its
unauthorized release can
have. We don't have the
option of just sliding a disc
of information into a brief-
case and take it home to
keep working on it. The ini-
tiative is laudable, and we


Pacific Fleet Master Chief
(SS/SW) R.D. West
can say it was an admirable
intention, but we've seen
how it is the wrong answer.
So the next time you see
"For Official Use Only," or
"Classified," make sure you
protect it according to its
classification. That means
keeping it secure and not
taking it out of the office to
work on it at home.
Now I need to point out
that the VA and the
Department of Defense are
doing some great work fix-
ing this situation. Many of
us have gotten or will be
getting very soon a letter
explaining what has hap-
pened and what steps we
need to take to protect our-
selves. So far there have
been no reports of illegal
actions resulting from the
data loss, which is good
news. But we still need to
be proactive.
That brings me to the
next point I want to discuss
about dealing with this
mess now..The theft of all
this material makes a lot of
us susceptible to identity
theft. Folks, this is one of
the fastest-growing crimes
in our society today. It does-
n't really matter who you
are or how much money you
have. All a criminal needs
is a few bits of personal
information, and boom! You
are the proud new owner of


a bunch of stuff you've never
seen and probably never
will.
And the main reason iden-
tity theft is so much on the
rise, is because many of us
make it so easy. You know
all those credit card offers
you get in the mail and
immediately throw away?
That's what I'm talking
about.
All some dumpster-diving
creep has to do now is fill
out the form, mark the
change of address block and
a bright new credit card
with your name gets mailed
to whatever address he puts
down. And that's just the
simple stuff. So you should
definitely invest in a shred-
der. And get one of those
confetti shredders so what-
ever you are shredding
turns into an impossible jig-
saw puzzle.
Next, the Internet pro-
vides a wealth of informa-
tion ripe for the picking if
you aren't paying attention
and protecting yourselves.
Recently the Center for
Personal Development
(CPD) put up a course on
Navy Knowledge Online's
(NKO) eLearning to help
you all avoid the risks of
identity theft.
I really think everyone
should check it out, and I
would think good leading
petty officers and leading
chief petty officers would be
pushing to make sure their

Sailors complete the course
(hint, hint).
The course is simply titled
"Identity Theft" and is
designed to teach you some
simple steps to avoid theft of
your personal information.
It also covers the personal
and professional conse-
quences if your information
falls into the wrong hands.
. Another resource to help
you out is the Federal
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A group of NJROTC students have some fun as they learn to sail on the St. Johns River.


Sailing Instructor Trey Hawkins (right) gives some last minute advice to NJROTC Student Matt Smith of Nease
High School in Jacksonville, before he sets sail in a Laser sailboat.


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By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
S ixty-six NJROTC students
S from high schools through-
M-E out Florida and Georgia
spent June 10-16 at NAS Jax par-
ticipating in a unique hands-on
program that taught them to sail.
The 40-hour program is spon-
soked by the Interscholastic
Sailing Association, South
Atlantic Division.
NIAS Jax is one of three sites in
the country to host this annual
event with the other programs
taking place in Annapolis, Md.
and San Diego. This is the fifth
coiisecutive year the program has
been offered here.
The program is offered to stu-
dents ages 14-17 who are selected
based on their grades, ability to
get along with others and desire
to learn to sail. They are also
required to pay a $180 fee to
cover some expenses. The stu-
dents are housed at the NAS Jax
Bachelor Officer's Quarters
(BOQ), eat most of their meals in
the base galley and the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Depart-
ment allows them use of the sail-
boats at the Mulberry Cove
Marina for free. All these benefits
help keep the cost of the program
relatively low.
"The base has been really great
about hosting us each year.
Without them allowing us to


Sailing Instructor Trey Hawkins shows some NJROTC students how to
properly tie knots to prepare their sailboats for a day on the water.


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Ed White High School NJROTC
Instructor Lt. T. Gines (right) helps
a group of students prepare their
boat.
come here, we wouldn't be able to
have this class. The commercial
schools charge $750 per week and
that doesn't include having a
place to stay and food and all the
other things available to us. It's
conveniently located and con-
tained so our students are safe
and aren't running wild," said
retired Lt. Cmdr. Bob Spencer,
who created the program here
and runs it each year.
A certified sailing instructor
through the United States Sailing


A student carefully tries to guide
his Laser sailboat out on the river.
Association and the Chief of
Naval Education and Training,
Spencer and several other
instructors spent the week volun-
teering their time, ensuring stu-
dents learned the skills needed to
sail a boat both individually and
as part of a team.
Classes began in a typical class-
room setting where the students
learned basic boat handling tech-
niques, boating safety, weather
conditions, sailing terminology
and what to expect when they get
on the water. They were also
required to pass a deep-water
swim test.
Then, it was on to the actual
ailing portion of the class for


some hands-on training. As each
student learns to rig their lines
and hoist their sails, they set off
for a day on the St. Johns River.
Unfortunately, their two days
on the water were cancelled due
to the heavy winds and storms
from Tropical Storm Alberto. "We
were finally able to get out on the
water by Wednesday. Other than
a few dings and scrapes, it all
went pretty well. The afternoon
showers brought some heavy
wind gusts and capsized a few
boats, so our recovery drill train-
ing came in handy," explained
Spencer. "The learning curve is so
steep with these kids, that after


only one day on the water, they've
pretty much got the idea of how
things work."
"Being on the water is definite-
ly the most challenging part of
this class, but the kids are
resilient. They learn quickly and
just go for the challenge," contin-
ued Spencer. "And, they are
always looking for the compli-
ments. They need that positive
feedback and once they get it,
they are hooked."
Throughout the week, the stu-
dents were required to man each

of the different types of sailboats

See SAILING, Page 9


And, we'll try that one again.








Jax AIr NeWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 29, 2006 9


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NJROTC Students Sarah Kralick of Luella High School in Henry County, Ga., and Colton Collier of Harrison l igh School in Kennesaw, Ga., work together to rig their boat before putting it
into the water.
SAILING: Students circle, follow,
tack, jib, downward-wind sail

and more to gain proficiency
From Page 8
4 used. "They start out working together as a team on
the larger boats. By the end of the week, each one
Shas spent time in the one-man Laser boats learning
.to maneuver it on their own. Of course, we always
have instructors in the area and whale-
.-."boats to assist if needed," said -
.. ..7Spencer.
..'Once the students learned the -
......' ..-.-basics, they spent a day learn-
ing controlled sailing by fol-
. lowing one another in cir-
U cles, in lines, practicing
.. approaches on other boats,
a tacking, jibbing, upward
',. -...... ~ ;" and downward wind sailing
.s and man overboard drills.
...0 A.-%.IBy the end of each day, the
7 students were pretty exhausted
S ,.. and sunburned, but proud of their accomplish-
, .'.- ments. "They came here to learn to sail and were
A,'c .required to demonstrate proficiency. We had a great
i, Pi. .:: week and the students absorbed an awful lot," said
Spencer.
.. The class ended June 16 with the students partic-
...'. '..ipating in a graduation ceremony, proud of their
'.l-accomplishments, excited about the friendships
.. they had made, but happy to be going home.



(From left) NJROTC Students Michelle Lanford of Duluth High School in Duluth, Ga., Patrick Murphy of
Lee High School in Jacksonville, and Tyler Massey of Macon County High School, Macon, Ga., get their
mast ready as they prepare to head out for a day on the St. Johns River.

NJROTC Student Olivia Hardy of McEachern .
High School in Powder Springs, Ga., rigs her
sailboat at the Mulberry Cove Marina. -


Retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Bob Spencer, commanding officer of the Interscholastic Sailing Association, South
Atlantic Division, gives some last-minute instructions to a group of students before they head out on the
river.









10 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 29, 2006


Military couple balances career and


family to earn their college degrees


By PH2 (AW) Susie Cornell
Special Contributor
Education is and will
continue to be a key
factor in the personal
and professional develop-
ment of Sailors. Navy lead-
ership is committed to pro-
viding financial assistance
to all active duty Sailors
during off-duty hours
through tuition assistance
,(TA), the Navy College
:Program for Afloat College
:Education (NCPACE), aca-
:demic skills development
:and testing.
Two Sailors took this
*information to heart. PS2
:Yvette Junius along with
her husband, Levarne


Junius, a retired senior
chief, have utilized their TA
for more than 10 years in
pursuit of their bachelor's
degree.
Yvette and Levarne grad-
uated Saturday from Saint
Leo University with their
bachelor's degrees during a
ceremony in Patlaka, Fla.
Earning a bachelor's degree
has brought them a sense of
accomplishment. "I will be
the first in my family who
has earned a degree and my
husband has been a great
inspiration to me," said
Yvette.
Their journey began more
than 20 years ago when AN
Yvette Tyndell reported to
her first duty station at


NAS Pensacola, Fla. Upon
arrival, she met and later
fell in love with AME2
Levarne Junius who at the
time was attending aircrew
school. They married in
1988.
The following year, Yvette
left the Navy to pursue her
education and start a fami-
ly. She continued to serve
the country as a member of
the Naval Reserves. She
soon earned her associate's
degree in business manage-
ment.
After the 9/11 terrorist
attacks, Yvette was recalled
to active duty for two years
and was stationed at Joint
Forces Norfolk, Va.
Meanwhile, her husband


Photo by PH2(AW) Suzie Cornell
PS2 Yvette Junius and her husband, Levarne Junius study together during their free time when
;they are not working or taking care of their family.


Grill given away for Dad's Day

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Photos by Dennis Claxton
Lorrie White, territory manager for Jacksonville Overseas Corporation, draws the win-
ning name for the stainless steel gas grill that was given away June 16 by the NAS Jax
Commissary and Jacksonville Overseas Corporation as Commissary Director John
Moore assists. The grill was given away in honor of Father's Day. The winner was Bob
Corlies of Middleburg.





S ", NAS Jax Commissary Director
S' John Moore congratulates
S..Denise Corlies after
... \ her husband's name was drawn
as the winner of the gas grill.


continued his career with
Early Warning Squadron 78
also in Norfolk, as a flight
engineer.
After climbing the ranks
to senior chief petty officer,
Levarne retired in August
2004. Yvette came back in
the Navy full time following
her husband's retirement.
Currently a member of
Personal Support Detac-
hment, Jacksonville, Yvette
continues her education
during off duty hours.
Levarne is committed to
taking care of the family full
time while continuing his
education.
According to Levarne they
faced several obstacles
along the way. "Moving from
place to place and having to
change schools is difficult.
Until the online program
came along it was challeng-
ing to complete require-
ments because you were
always deploying or mov-
ing," said Levarne.
As a dual military couple
they have learned to bal-
ance their time and priori-
ties. Their responsibilities
include raising a family,
working, standing duty,
maintaining a home and
education not only for them-
selves but also their 13-
year-old son, Avery and 9-
year-old :daughter, Dom-
inique.
Through all the balancing,'
the two never lost sight of
their educational goals.
"Being able to study togeth-
er, he understood when I
was stressed out because he
was also stressed between
working and taking care of
the family. He was able to
relate especially during
midterms and finals," she
stated.
So what lies ahead for
them in the future? They
intend to pursue their mas-
ter's degree with Levarne
beginning next month.
Coming down the pipeline


Photo Courtesy of PS2 Yvette JuniuLs
PS2 Yvette Junius of Personnel Support Detachment Jax, and
her husband, Levarne Junius, a retired senior chief petty offi-
cer, at their graduation ceremony last Salurday. The couple
received their bachelor's degrees from Saint Leo University.


in fiscal year 2011, Sailors
must earn a rating relevant
associate's degree from an
accredited institution, to
meet eligibility require-
ments for advancement to
senior chief petty officer.
A new NavAdmin 166/06
was announced June 6, that
increased TA from 12


semester hours to 16.
Additional information can
be found at www.navycol-
lege.navy.mil/.
"I think the new
NavAdmin is a step in the
right direction to help
Sailors earn a degree.
Every increase will help,"
said Yvette.


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Re-up at Suns game


Photos by Julie Smith
PS1 (SW) Narcisco Victoria (left) competes against Master Gunnery Sgt. James Adkins in round
on of the 2006 Interservice Chess Championship. Adkins was the only player to defeat
Victoria in the tournament.

NAS Jax hosts Interservice


Chess Championship


From Navy MWR, CNIC
Millington Detachment
ed by PS1(SW) Narci-
so Victoria, highest
point scorer, the All-
Navy Chess Team finished
second overall at the 2006
Interservice Chess Cham-
pionship held at NAS
Jacksonville June 12-16.
'Victoria, assigned to
Naval Support Activity
Philadelphia, also earned a
place on the United States
Military Chess Team, which
will compete in the 17th
Annual NATO Chess
Tournament in Berkshire,
England, Aug. 21-25.
Team Air Force won the
seven round Swiss Format
tournament. The Marine
Corps team finished in
third place, followed by the
Army.
The Air Force will be
sending two representa-
tives to the NATO tourna-
ment: Master Sgt. Dan
Ranario, Pope Air Force
Base North Carolina, and
Staff Sgt. Robert Bucholtz,
Schriever Air Force Base
Colorado, who finished the
tournament in second and
third place, respectively.
Other members of the 2006
United States Military
Team who will attend the
NATO event include Lt.
Col. David Hater, U.S.
Army, 2nd Lt. Arthur
Macaspac, U.S. Army, and
Master Gunnery Sgt.
Dwaine E. Roberts, U.S.
Marine Corps.
All-Navy Chess Team


Photo byJO1(SW) Bill Lamed
AC2(SW/AW) Adrian Adkins from Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility
Jacksonville (FACSFAC Jax) reenlists June 21 just before the start of a Jacksonville
Suns game. FACSFAC Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Bob Buehn read the reenlistment
oath. Adkins recently reported to FACSFAC Jax after serving aboard USS George
Washington (CVN- 73).


Photo by Darren Dillinger
PSi(SW) Narciso Victoria of Naval Support Activity
Philadelphia ponders his next move during the U.S. Military
Chess Championship held at NAS lax June 12-16. Victoria
won the overall tournament for the second year in a row
after defeating his counterparts from the Army, Air Force and
Marine Corps. He'll travel to Wellington College in Berkshire,
England with the U.S. Chess Team to take on other North
Atlantic Treaty Organization countries Aug. 20-26.


members also included
MM1 Benjamin Barquin,
Southwest Regional
Maintenance Center, who
finished seventh; YN3


Joseph Dixon, U.S. Coast
Guard, Maintenance and
Logistics Command
See CHESS, Page 13


I


MSCCN hosting a
From CNRSE Community
Support Services
The Military Spouse Corporate Career
Network (MSCCN) is hosting a hir-
ing fair aboard NAS Jacksonville
July 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Building
966 (old Navy Reserve building) for two of
MSCCN's corporate partners, Concentra
Incorporated and Wachovia Corporation.
The hiring fair is a direct-hire approach,
providing candidates that meet job descrip-
tion requirements with the opportunity to
be interviewed by company recruiters and
sourcing consultants.
Wachovia and Concentra will fill posi-
tions both in the Jacksonville area and
nationwide. Opportunities are open to all
active duty, reserve, retired military spous-
es and exiting or retired military person-
nel.
Concentra currently is looking to fill the
following nationwide positions: doctors,
nurses, physical therapists, medical direc-
tors, medical center administrators, med-
ical assistants, radiology technicians,


i hiring fair in July
billing specialists, accountants and other
professional administrative support posi-
tions.
Wachovia is currently offering the follow-
ing positions nationwide: financial center
managers, financial specialists, adminis-
trators, tellers and leaders in general
banking.
Please visit the MSCCN Web site at:
http://www.msccn.org/jobs/jobseekersOther.
php and post your resume to the feature
job positions: "Jacksonville Hiring Fair
July 12, 2006." MSCCN will contact all
candidates that meet job descriptions by
phone for a pre-screen interview.
Qualifying candidates will receive a sched-
uled interview with a recruiter or sourcing
consultant on July 12.

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Photos by PH2 Miguel Contreras
An SH-60F Seahawk assigned to the "Emerald Knights," of HS-75 flies plane guard while naval
aviator student pilots qualify aboard the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS
Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) June 17.


he photo editors at
All Hands Magazine
are looking for this
year's top photos for the
October "Any Day in the
Navy" issue. The goal is to
show our Sailors in action
around the world, so shots
of people are preferable to
shots of hardware.
We're looking for the
common Navy occurrence,
shot well, in a way no one
has seen before. The dead-
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15. Photos taken between
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2006 are eligible for sub-
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CHESS:

Sailor wins

overall

tournament

From Page 12
Atlantic, who finished 14th;
PS1(SW) Matthew Nem-
mers, NAS Ft. Worth,
Texas, who finished 16th;
ST1(SS) Khristopher Juro-
shek, Naval Base Point
Loma, Calif., who finished
18th; and Capt. John
Perciballi, Naval Hospital
Pensacola, who finished
19th.
Membership on the All-
Navy Chess team is deter-
mined each year by resume.
Qualified players must be
on active duty, be a member
of the United States Chess
Federation with a current
rating of 1,600 or higher,
and be available to attend
the 2007 Interservice Chess
Championship at Marine
Corps Air Station Miramar,
Calif., June 10-16, 2007,
and the NATO Chess
Tournament in Antalya,
Turkey, next summer.
Applications should be
submitted to the Comman-
der, Navy Installations
Command's Mission Essen-
tial Branch (N221) by April
1, 2007. For more informa-
tion, contact Julie Smith,
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Also completing the training
were SH1(SW) Ken Nichols of the
NAS Jax Supply Department and
his 15-year-old son, Ryan.
"I saw the article in the Jax Air
News that said volunteers were
needed for this training. It was
something I always wanted to do.
I just transferred off sea duty and
actually had the time to do it.
Since I'm on shore duty, I wanted
to become more involved in the
community," said Nichols. "When
went home and told my son
what I was going to do, he said
'wow, can I do it too?' So we called
and both signed up. We spent
every Saturday morning going
through classes for the past eight
weeks learning about how to help
people during a disaster."
"I went through the training so
I could help out my community
and to be able to assist people if a
disaster happened in our area.
And, it's a great way to spend
.*time with my dad," said Ryan.
Participants in the class
learned about fire safety, medical
operations including treating life
threatening injuries, triage and
public health concerns, search
,and rescue, terrorism incidents,
communications, disaster psy-
chology and how to use different


Photos by Kaylee LaRocque OSCM(AW/SW) Terry Bryant of Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility Jax directs his team of rescuers to
HM2 Nicole Dubeck of Naval the staging area for injured victims during a disaster drill for Community Emergency Response Team members at
Hospital Jacksonville helps a vic- the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Academy June 17.
tims with a broken leg and knife
tiembedded into his shoulder durifeng rescue operations for victims in a during Hurricane Katrina," said gram is free," said Davis.
the drill, completely dark building and Firefighter/Paramedic Lt. George The next CERT training begins


strategies depending on the situa-
tion.
At the end of the classroom ses-
sions, the volunteers participated
in a final disaster preparedness
exercise to use the. skills they've
learned. The exercise included
using fire extinguishers to put
out a fire, performing search and


arrive on the scene of a major dis-
aster area with numerous vic-
tims. "It was a great class and the
training was excellent. We really
learned a lot," said Nichols.
"This is a very important pro-
gram. If the people in Mississippi
had gone through a program like
this and had been trained, there
would have been a lot less deaths


ox of01 mthe acksonville Fire ana
Rescue Department.
The goal of the program is have
a trained CERT volunteer in
every neighborhood in the
Jacksonville area. "This training
really needs to be neighborhood
specific which is the way it was
developed. We are always looking
for more volunteers and the pro-


Aug. iz and will b.e neia three
consecutive Saturdays for eight
hours each day at the Duval
County Emergency Operations
Center in the Fire and Rescue
Headquarters Building at 515
Julia Street. The final drill is
planned for Nov. 4. To sign up,
call .630-7885 or go to
www.coj.net.


SEABEE: Community pitches in with new home for injured sailor


From Page 1


could to help this family out,"
Minter said. "He made the ulti-


wanted to provide what he want-
ed for his family before he went to


located west of the base in coastal "mr m' mate sacrifice for us. I wanted to war: a comfortable home his fami-
Georgia. show my support for the effort he ly can be proud of."
SAfter more than a year in VA provided." The Camden County communi-
'hospitals and being restricted to Minter approached Camden ty Sailors, Marines, veterans,
the living and dining rooms in his County High School Teacher and neighbors and strangers bonded
current. home, the injured Seabee Head Advisor for SkillsUSA together to make the home proj-
was treated to a welcome normal-- Carlos Jones Jr., about the project ect a reality.
ly reserved for distinguished visi- for the Blackmon family. Jones "The volunteer support for Mr.
.tors. In his dress white uniform, went a step further and made a Blackmon 'was reflective of the
,Blackmon was piped aboard his blueprint to improve mobility for tremendous spirit and support
new home, escorted .by his family Jeff in the former home. He con- the community has for the mili-
and military veterans. cluded that to make the house tary serving their nation," said
., The four-bedroom house is a wheelchair accessible and livable Capt. Mike McKinnon, command-
fully functional, wheelchair-acces- -- for Jeff, the Blackmons needed a ing officer of NSB Kings Bn, command-y.
sible home with wider doorways, larger home. According to Jones, ing officer of NSB Kings Bay.
providing easier movement from when word got out about the fam- McKinnon said Blackmon was
room to room than Blackmon's ily needs, the community came willing to sacrifice everything for
Originally planned 1,200 square Photo by PH2(AW/NAC) Will Tonacchio together to show their support for histates country. However, McKinnon
Foot house, which would have lim- SW3 Jeffery Blackmon of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 at NAS the cause.
Sited his movement to only a cou- Jax, and his family is piped aboard to his new home as they pass through a "I am very fortunate to live in also a role model for the commu-
'ple rooms. According to his wife, group of sideboys rendering honors while hundreds of friends and mem- Camden County, which shows nity.
,Jeanette, the new home is more bers of the community pay tribute. The Blackmon family will soon move outstanding support for each "Jeanette Blackmon is a perfect
Than she ever dreamed. into their new handicap-accessible 3,100-square-foot home which was other. The parents have raised example of what a military
w' "It is overwhelming the amount build by volunteers in the local community. such great kids that their hearts spouse is," he said. "She sacrificed
,, time and effort all the volun- they show their support to make asked what he could do to help. are big enough that when some- day-in, day-out separation with
steers from Camden County pro- Jeff's life a little better." Jeanette asked for something body is less fortunate than them, the potential this could happen.
vidded," she said. "I cannot even The home project began with a small and practical. they seem to be able to step in She handled everything with a
begin to thank everyone who simple gesture from a caring -"I asked for a bench and got a and accomplish what some people positive and professional manner.
,"pitched in to make this happen. neighbor. Camden County High house," she said. believe is an impossible task," he She is a role model for all mili-
"This community is great the way School student Brandon Minter "I just wanted to do anything I said. "Jeffery has paid enough. We tary spouses."

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For more information call 542-3720.
Outdoor pool hours
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 5 p.m.
Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of Defense
employees, $3 guests.

Swim Lesson Registration for Session 3 & 4
Saturday, 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.

Want to receive a weekly marina alert or brochure via e-
mail?
Send a request to Philip.s.Collins@navy.mil.


For more information, call 542-3493.

Summer Bowling Specials
Sunday 5 p.m. 10 p.m., $2 per game, does not include
shoe rental
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11 a.m. 4 p.m., 2
games and shoe rental for $5

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
$10 per person.
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!


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.
Learn to Lift Weights
9 a.m. Monday


Photo by PH2(AW) Suzie Cornell
AW2 Nicholas Kenlon and AWAA Robert Hall, both of VS-30,
perform routine maintenance on a Toyota Tacoma at the Auto
Skills Center. The Auto Skills Center offers a variety of servic-
es and allows patrons to work on their own vehicles provid-
ing lifts and tools at a low cost. For more information, call
542-3227.
4 p.m. Tuesday
Call 542-3518/4238 for details.

"The Heat is On" Aerobathon
Aug.14, 5-7:30 p.m.
Special gift for all participants!



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

Discount Jaguar Ticket Pre-Sale
July 17
Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m.
$47 per ticket/Section 147
Ride the Jaguars shuttle for $10 per game or $80 for all
home games.

Eric Clapton with Robert Cray Band
Oct.21, 7:30 p.m.
$86 Section 101

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

Trident Sub Tour
Kings Bay, Ga.
July 27
$19 per person
Tour a submarine, have lunch at Pirates Cove Galley
and visit St. Mary's Submarine Museum!



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.


Pepsi 400 Trip
Saturday
Keech Box Seats for only $45.
Includes ticket and transportation
Limited number of tickets.


Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 29, 2006 17

Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
July 6, departs Liberty at 6 p.m.
Free

Adventure Landing
July 8
$10 for an entire day of water slides, go-carts, mini golf
and much more!


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The New World (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Curious George (G)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Firewall (PG-13)
July 7, 7 p.m. Phat Girlz (PG-13)
July 14, 7 p.m. She's The Man (PG-13)
July 15, 5 p.m. Ice Age 2 The Meltdown (PG)
July 15, 7 p.m. Stay Alive (PG-13)
July 21, 7 p.m. Ultraviolet (PG-13)
July 28, 7 p.m. Final Destination 3 (R)
July 29, 5 p.m. Failure To Launch (PG-13)
July 29, 7 p.m. Shaft (R)


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!
July 11 and 25 for active duty.
Today, July 13 and 27 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.

Golf Clubhouse Grand Opening Scramble
July 11, 1 p.m. shotgun start
$40 per player
Includes golf, tee gift, lunch and dinner, range balls,
prize purse, and complimentary round.

Summer 9-Hole Twilight League
Every Tuesday
July 11 Sept. 28
$15 authorized MWR patrons, $20 guest
Men play white tees and women play red tees.


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.


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T he Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Mental Health Department is offer-
ing a workshop called "Developing
and Enriching Your 'Marriage by
Understanding Yourself and Your Partner"
July 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This is described as "an experiential and
interactive workshop for couples who want
to strengthen their marriage while person-
ally growing within the marriage.
The workshop is facilitated by Bruce
Kristol, Ph.D., a Naval Hospital
Jacksonville staff psychologist who has
been in private practice in Jacksonville
since 1979.
The workshop includes mini-lectures,
visual slides, couple interactions and group
discussion. Frederick noted that privacy is
important to the clinic staff. Therefore, no


expanding services for couples
one will be expected to disclose anything
private to the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship Assessment
Clarification of Needs, Values &
Priorities
Levels & Styles of Communication
Listening Skills
Win/Win Strategies
Neutralizing "Hot Buttons"
Four Social Styles and Character
Connecting & Distancing Issues
Dealing with Feelings and Emotions
Responsibility Issues
Support and Encouragement
The workshop will take place in the
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Program
Training Building located behind the
Naval Hospital Emergency Room at
Saphier and Tatum Streets. Call 542-3473,
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Volleyball meeting in July
A captain's cup fall volleyball meeting will
be held July 19. The league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, command Department
of Defense personnel and reservists. The
meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 Conference Room.
Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meet-
ing will receive five captain's cup points. All
interested personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Basketball season starting
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 tourney slated
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 time,
contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 ho
urs, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K
run, 40K bike
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed
for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-
1333.


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

Intramural Golf Liberty League
Standings
As of June 23
Team Wins Losses '
AIMD-Blue 1 0
AIMD Gold 1 0
CNATTU Gold 1 0
VP-45 1 0
VP-62 1 0
Air Ops 0 1
NCTS A 0 1
SCWS 0 1
VP-5 0 -1
VP-30 0 1

Intramural Golf Freedom
League Standings
As of June 23
Team Wins Losses
SCNATTU Blue 1 0
CNATTU Red 1 0
CNRSE 1 0
NATEC 1 0
AIMD 610 0 1
NCTS B 0 1
FACSFAC 0 1
HS-3 0 1
VR-58 0 0
Navy Band 0 0


Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 29, 2006 19


Health fair slated for July
Naval Reserve Hospital Jax Detachment N will
host a health fair and blood drive July 22 from
10 a.m. 2 p.m. in front of the NAS Jax Navy
Exchange. The Florida/Georgia Blood Alliance Blood
Mobile will be stationed in the parking lot.
Information on preventive health issues including
cardiovascular, osteoporosis, smoking cessation, colon,
breast, prostate and skin cancer will be available for,
children and adults.
For more information, call 713-4860.


Before and Afterschool Program

registration is July 11

The NAS Jax Youth Activities Center will hold regis-
tration for their Before and Afterschool Program
July 11 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. ,
There will be an open house July 6 and 13th for parents;
interested in learning more about the program.
For more information, call 778-9772.

Volunteers needed at NMCRS,


The NAS Jax Navy-
Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS) is
looking for volunteers to
work as receptionists and
caseworkers.
Volunteers must com-
plete a two-day training
class to learn about the
society, policies, budgeting,


etc.
Caseworkers will then
train under the guidance of
another trained casework-
er until they learn the job..
No experience is required'
to volunteer. '
For more information,
call 542-3515.
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA.Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the
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 AO1
Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or
Jim Bohac at 542-2939. You
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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 reserva-
tions 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 investi-
gating what lives in and
under fallen logs. Wear bug
spray and bring a capture
jar if you have one (we have
some to share if you don't).
Registration required.


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.Washing
ton @ sar.med.navy.mil.
A youth fishing derby will
be held Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to
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noon at Oceanway Park.,A,.
youth fishing tournament will
be held Sept. 9 from 7 a.m. tq 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:
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TRICARE leads Department of Defense in adopting new personnel system


From TRICARE Public
Affairs Office
T RICARE Manage-
ment Activity (TMA)
is among the first
agencies of the Department
of Defense (DoD) to begin
conversion to the National
Security Personnel System
(NSPS).
NSPS is a results-focused
performance management
system that will help to
advance DoD's national
security mission as well as
tlhe future of human capital
management for DoD
employees.
,The department plans to
phase all of its organiza-
tibns into the new system
in stages over the next few
years. TMA was selected to
be part of Spiral 1.1, the
iritial phase of implemen-
tation, because of strong


senior leader support.
"I am proud TMA has
been chosen to be part of
the initial phase of the
National Security Person-
nel System implementa-
tion," said Assistant
Secretary of Defense of
Health Affairs Dr. William
Winkenwerder Jr.
"I strongly endorse and
support the new system; as
it will allow,.employees a
greater range of opportuni-
ties for career growth and
advancement, as well as
give government managers
enhanced tools to create a
high-performance and mis-
sion-focused work environ-
ment," he continued.
The program will help
TMA, and eventually, all of
DoD improves upon its
already valued culture that
recognizes and rewards tal-
ented workers.


Empowering employees
to be responsible for their
career growth and aligning
their job performance to
mission objectives are key
features of this anticipated
new system.
Human resource experts
suggest that performance-
based human capital man-
agement will promote
broader skill development
and encourage performance
success, thereby potentially
leading to salary increases
and other rewards or
bonuses.
It is further suggested
that, because of its more
simplified and adaptable
functionalities, NSPS will
enable organizational flexi-
bility; making it easier to
place the right people in
the right jobs, at the right
time.
"People are our most


important asset, and they
are critical to achieving our
mission," said NSPS
Program Executive Officer
Mary Lacey. "People are
also the leading DoD asset
among a wide portfolio of
resources, which actually
appreciate rather than
depreciate."
According to Lacey, sur-
veys have shown that DoD
employees do not believe
the current system includes
adequate rewards or conse-
quences for good or poor
performance respectively.
However, she affirms "all
good performers will do fine
under the NSPS," as it is
designed to encourage open
communication so that all
know expectations. Lacey
clearly recognizes that
changing course is always
challenging; however, she
believes change, which


helps people to accomplish
their mission, is worth the
investment.
Winkenwerder reinforced
the idea that an enhanced
personnel system will ulti-
mately help Health Affairs
and TMA both attract and
retain talented and moti-
vated employees committed
to excellence and to serving


our valued beneficiaries.
"It will take broad efforts
to achieve implementation
of NSPS, yet we look for-
ward to it, and will not
waiver in our commitment
to doing that work.
Inarguably, this is the right
thing to do," Winkenwerder
said.


Navy Exchange promotes a healthier lifestyle


From Navy Exchange
Service Command
The Navy Exchange
Service Command
(NEXCOM) has
always supported its cus-
tomers, no matter what
they needed. The same was
true when customers were
interested in a healthier
lifestyle. NEXCOM's vend-
ing department stepped up
aid created the Healthy
Alternatives program.
"We started our Healthy
Alternatives program in
1P93, years before others in
the industry, because our
military customers require
healthier selections to be
available to them," said
derard Fantano, NEX-
dbM's vending branch
manager. "The Healthy
Alternatives program was
designed to assist cus-
tamers in identifying and
choosing a snack and/or
fdod item that is lower in
f4t,;,cholesterol, sodium or
cp1ories."
FCustomers can easily find
thle healthier items by look-
ing for the Healthy
Alternatives shelf label
logo, which identify healthi-
er' products in NEX vending
machines.
,When the program
began 13 years ago, we
weFe really limited in our
product selection," said
Faritano. "It consisted
mainly of granola bars,
cereal bars, pretzels, pop-
cdyn and selected cookies.
Customers seemed to enjoy
the choices and supported
the program."
The program received
additional support and


gained more momentum in
2001 when Fantano joined
forces with Lori Tubbs, a
registered dietitian and
public health educator with
the Navy Environmental
Health Center (NEHC).
Together, they increased
the product selection in
accordance with nutrition
criteria set by the National
Academy of Sciences and
the Cooper Institute.
Product availability now
includes nuts, whole grain
crackers and other snacks,
trail mix, crackers, beef
jerky, breakfast cookies, 100
percent fruit juices, low fat
or fat free dairy products,
water and diet soda.
In addition to identifying
product selections, Tubbs
began educating Sailors
and Marines on the impor-
tance of eating smarter and
exercising as a way to
maintain good health and
support mission readiness.
Tubbs also teaches a one-
day workshop entitled
CHOW or Choosing
Healthy Options for
Wellness that provides
basic nutrition guidelines
and information on the
Healthy Alternatives pro-
gram as well as other nutri-
tion initiatives to increase
awareness on healthy eat-
ing.
Along with the CHOW
workshops, Tubbs devel-
oped an assessment tool,
the CHOW appraisal, to
evaluate the base and
worksite nutrition environ-
ment. For more informa-
tion, log on to
www.nehc.med.navy.mil/hp/
nutrit/chow.html.
"According to the U.S.


Surgeon General and the
Department of Health and
Human Services, there has
been a 50 percent increase
in the incidence of over-
weight and obesity just
over the past decade," said
Tubbs.
"In addition, being over-
weight or obese increases
the risk for type 2 diabetes,
heart disease and cancer.
13y educating our military
members as well as giving
them a healthier choice in
the vending machines,
we're giving them the tools
they need to make an
informed decision on their
health," she added.
As a result of NEXCOM's
Healthy Alternative initia-
tive, more than 20 items
are cycled through NEX
vending machines, produc-
ing more than 1.2 million
products sold during fiscal
year 2005.
NEXCOM's commitment
to healthy choice selections
has extended into other
food service venues on base
as well. NEXCOM's Food
Service Department, which
oversees the food courts
and other eateries on base,
also ensures the menus
offered to customers offer
healthy food choices,
including salads, yogurt,
fruit and more.
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Departments
are also coming on board by
offering healthier foods in
their venues as well.
"It's all about choice," said
Tubbs. "We want .our mili-
tary members to choose
their snacks smartly, so
they can continue to do the
jobs they were trained to do


HELPING HANDS


USOWelcome Center
Volunteers are needed--to man the USO
Welcome Center at Jacksonville International
Airport. A variety of shift times are available. Call
Lynne at 305-4467 or email lynne@usojax.com
formore details.
Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the Beaches Convention
and Visitor's Bureau is looking for volunteers to
meet and greet visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti O'Neal at 421-
9158.
Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Docent
Corps needs you! Volunteers are needed to dedi-
cate one morning each week to give school tours.
The Cummer Docent Corps provides an invalu-
able service to the museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures to the finished tour,


docents use a combination of important historical
information and good humor to bring works of art
to life. If you are interested in volunteering, please
contact Susan Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or by
e-mail at sgallo@cummer.org.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for var-
ious construction projects. For more information,
call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The
HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating
donated materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc., serves
Green Cove Springs, Orange Park, Middleburg,
Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through Saturday throughout
the year to help out. For more information, call
Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524.


- serving and protecting our
country."
The NEX Vending pro-
gram is currently redesign-
ing its-vending machine
graphics to create more
customer awareness of the
Healthy Alternatives pro-
gram. "Our goal is to have
one Sailor or Marine per
day make a healthier selec-
tion," said Fantano. "Once
that happens, we've become
that much closer to our
overall objective."


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$299K. 904,269.7111 master bedroom and room. Surroundro tection
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PCS, must sell 3/2. FSBO 2859 Southampton lanai. Gourmet master bedroom and
SJ Newlyremod.Fire- Dr. 4/2.5Likenew, bit kitchen with cherry outside in screened Ouice r ( rmed)
place,2 car gar.,$310K. 2001, $259,900 Call cabinets, white Cor- lanai. Gourmet
Owner ays oslng 904 463.0210 Will co-op rin counter tops kitchen with cherry
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plcal134 2999 Glen Laurel/140 Irish- appliances, large e On counter tops
PONTE VEDRA BCH- wood 3/22car 14sf, pantry, and center stainless steel
Turtle Shores. FSBO. Built 2001 $1OODown island. Plantation appliances, large w
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Sa acre 7mi. 2om9 imprd pasture w/oak, & Lender # L100000547767 430 Roommates vaulted ciel, fplc, wet o I, fncd yrd, sec. system, ST. MARY'S 3/2 2 car e Park, Offices from
$4S tPa35sest offer. pecan trees farm 435 Rooms to Rent bar, w/d hkp,$700mo. 2car gar.&more. gar,$800mo fenbkyd St.Aug. Share New Home $250mo, fully furn avail,
04 Split Plan 316sf, 7.3314Gary 904-773-3285 $1000mo912-882-3507/ 1 mile to ase. Call $400mo +1st + last / Call Cindy @D 680-3000
spacious & quiet 863.513-2109 Beautiful newly renvt'd 4Beach/Vacation/ st 9 sabelden@tds.net* 912-576-6898 $200dep. 904. 824- 5347
appliances incld 40 LAND HOME PACKAGE uad-plex in Historic Resorts YueeFernandna Beach Picsavalable SSDE/AL Non profit
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Escape the Heat in $980 Down. $749 Mo. Ocala Area/Marion Co. FL $345Kneg 904-434-9094 40 Management/Rental beautiful & private, 2300sf, lrg LR & FR, avail 67mo 81900 No $395. incld's utils. 722-3124 wtr/eect 904-641-9011






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ocean view, 2br/2ba, 1 874-1862 or 291-3100 48 park owned MH. City Historical 5 Points C o- $179900
car attached gar, lent nancing.Fora wtr & swr. Monthly Inc porate apt fully furn'd, CAP Realty 465-14A82 avalabe now w/d mo. Call Greg 3765190 Directv, Near 1-95/295, (904)288.8500
1100sf. end unit, nextto MUST SELL 3R2BAI Priority App't2 Call Now $17,875. Sale $1200,000 all amenities & utlis. hookups,alla pi's, W Junction N. Call Jeremy
ocean State Pk & pool, D/W and Land Home. 1866-35-2249 X 740 91 509 $1450mo. 904-382-3590 Fleming Island Plan'3/2.5 pets neg. $100m. Westside, Mori
H1 hr Stainless Steel App 99 TN New. appl, incl. par. 904,7045363/291-4444 New home 3/2, 2 gar NEW RETAIL CENTERS
great get away, 1htnestep$,2 359 -61 AWlrNTN
from Jax. $385K will Great Jacksonville Loca- HILLIARD Sn hi & dry, www.wesellj~arealestate.com storyy on pond. fyr M1,250m 305-97-691 ARNGON8006000 SF
coop. Call 386-439-1953 tlon Little Down, Easy stock caTish pond Jacksonville2s Premiere JhApartments lease=S250 off/3 0 S ome Oaks urruchilgmail.com L







con-op --.d m Sl possible 4/ S5.8964 4ET2D HRall ORAN1E PARK leMarse 251 MOHA L
Financing, Won't Last! Heard Stokes Rd. $125K. Investment Source Unrnished $1050 Sale possiirlee 4/ a/M G & tr /ice gaer, CL ( L.
904- 386 5805 bkyrd, great lo& W ESTSIDE NR O RA NGE PA C A U & R8r- 1.
GA MNT. HOMESITES CALL JOHN 291-0716 Call 1-9128438253 $120/mo +dep. 2R oA SMALL COT1AGE, Low Dally/Wkl Res
TNO WD HOOKUP, QUIET 10% Off for Wk y Room!
$13K, Call 561-596-S993 4/2 Includes new 4 ton NC MOUNTAINS fs ture SOFA chair, enL Reserve. All appl. 2prkg REF REQ. $55/MO. 77&2 7 KINGS INN (904) 725l3343
AC, Must be moved LOG CABINS cntr dnnn room spaces. Avi now. Great Murabella near World W'SIDE 5936 Chevelle Dr. BAYMEADOWS, r
$58500. 904-614-7927 n 2 B set4 ca all o. i$1200 6053f PVi. Rent to own 3/2 25mo $25 dep. BEACHES, MANDARIN
Chalets on 1-2 AC Stes. for $500. Call 613930 JAX BEACH OCEAN- 777- 0691 or 695o3388 SOUTHSIDE,. WESTSIDE.
Swift stream enhances ew/Pre-owned fin avail. $89,900-$139,900 AT LAST-HELP! FRONT 3/2 1500sf, end $1500mo. 90ao471.7 06
the natural beauty of Free w/d w/new home. Parcels Avail. From 1-7 MIDDLvBURG 4/2. Split unit; lyr Ise; $1975010; MURRAY HILLS 2/1 Oar for rent lun houses
this heavily wooded Why Rent? Clean comm AC w/Million $$ Views!! STOP & dlnnng No Dogs 705-4208 apt. $$7 omo + $600 dep w month. 90/1 g0-55

comm d Rreed. &U Uts fFay rmE crDedit check, 1074 Day
56aceFanRde Cl907777$3,0-$990 F ECO Etwo car arag JCP-New 3/2.5, Townhouse, .Ave. Call 904-710-0648ORANGE


LAKEVIEWCR TGEORGIA MOUNTAINS FORECLOSUREi fresh paint, W/D con- MANDARIN -2/2.5. new TIFUL4/2 Home For A $ mo, include etil, 560 Financial Services
New 3br/2ba -2288sf, WS-RTOHM+RENTAL w/stream. Contact 4bed/2bath. Only nect i on $575/mo + a pp cOrner unit, RenNexttobrandnew calbe/ t, n rpooLe
229$8,00 $-- de0 6379 or 6554 560.1336.pvB enty & F Call 904 N 625- 5PPROnE to
Scott Call 770,331.6749 For Lsig e Cal 744P1570 $51 + $500 shopping centers& First Ial D0. 2 7395
2 cargarag-CBS. Live in one- rent other. 673-67 9 Luxury 2d2, a7l + or 00 655- 79 l4 Moe :, Lend
$22990 38 7490043 $2500 dn $750mo. 800-749-8124 x8987 4 94 Coast i .S.. ated coA L E S TA T E or Borrow
888-380-7378 opt #3 TIMBER CREEK NORTHSIDE atres Hideaway 3/2l$950 nity pool w/amenitiesR. ke O.OM for Rent, $37. 570 Mortgages Bought
NC Land: 36 acres near _COUNTRY ESTATES, HARBOR WINDS Large 1, 2, & 3 BRS. WS New Condo, Kit Equip, New!! 904 04 0477 Dan Jones C Monthly $200, deposit and Sold
Kerr Lake: $110K; Pics: Thomas County, Ga. / York Harbor Dr. 3/2, HUD Vouchers Accepted. Pool, Playgmd, Gated Cow' & Associates, Inc Include electric,
bowner@newbranch.com 370 Lots for Sale 20-30 acre tacts, hoestes, 2 ahmw/breakfstnoo, $99 Depositl (904)75-1510 VANSANDTRE 3893540 M NORTHSIDE brand new (904) 757-3466 call Sandy. 908 7325 I
by ownerI 919-693-8984 pondstes. 15-20 year old family room, sgl family 4/2 + bonus G
planted pines, paved road formVlivng &dnrincd .2 Subare Outback97' Oakleaf Plant, The Pro- rm. near airport. wERADANJONES.com SOUTHSIDE -Nice furn s Business
Roan MtnTN. New Cabin BIRD ROAD/ N. MAIN frontage, deed Restricted, fences in yrd. w/ irrigation / blueAT, AC, hatch- serves 2/2 all appIs + $1450mo 407-334.3417 Homes, room, near Mandarin/ 0 Opportunities
3/2, 3 levels, 2200sf, hot 4 Lots 13/4 AC ea 15 in. north of Thomasville, system & separate irriga- back, all wheel drive, w/d, $1100mo. + dep & dwntwn. Free cb/eec



%19, Infor pack 67a 219SE @ ED B4 On ACBad Cd OK9 Cond omiius _________ ___ C s or
230K. 912-2840477 each. Call 910-1126 229-226-1719, or info pack Own. Bad Credit OK Condominiums
frOrtega Hidden Gem 746-4900 several homes 1. 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms Beach franchise -$2M 2005
iv Spacious 2/2 grand fI, Wtr www.webuyinjax.com B5each/495 REV. Possible seller
view in small commu- 0441 Vacatio FI-$ K. 941-538-8686
nity. Carport, 2 patios. OAKLEAF PLANT. In the
|ORTEGA WATERFRONT \ New3car gar., 1 story Northside potential for own/oper
2/15O d dF fi ranch style, nice Orange Park OCEAN VIEW -Beach OP/I-295. 904-403-7019
2/1;5, w/d wood firs, amenities, quiet n'hood OCehouse. Frnandna Bch,
new ail. Leae Boat $1400,282-6794/327-9061 ownwn $1650wk. INVESTORS NEEDED
1 __ slip avaI. Lease option Plan. R t Downtown 919-779-2101 Looking to expand a
Move in immed. 860-0301 Oakltaf Plan. Rentals San Marco local business earn 12%
E Lease/buy p $1350 Arlington com lex wkly rental 2/2 company based ri ht
new int 2/2, Summer -$1950m 516-660-2709 Southside Con re
house, gpif side, $990+ S/ e C usips,45 6, 8e1in Jacksonville.
sec. Call 838-9400 OCEAN WAY OAKS MH Argyle Av JulyAug 5 Serious only call
P / w A w Park 1/1. 2/1 avail Intercoastal West 904.612-9828
PVB 3/2 wgar. All new. aterinc $450-$550. West ide
Beach access. $1500m+ watereg 376-510 W NATIONAL DELI CHAIN
dep. 285-6283/626-6283 Call Greg 376-5190 Mcnn l i f p N
www.joyproperties.org Q6 OP. 3/2, nice n'hood CALL 757 -3466 franchisee for great
PV Ocean Links 2/2 crnr $1200mo. 1 release, .... in ii
unit, fp. new crpt/appl/ %L 904-375-269 Corner FOR OUR i GA. (720)989.4097
popt$1175m 273-4444 Avail 9/1/06 PCs www.ERADANJONES.com Commercial STORE In Riverside $50K
optEY-rn new o.P. '4/2, CH1&A, LR, R ENTALlSPECatL w/inventory obo. Call
REGENCY -Brand new PDR Real Estate Jay 389-5860 for details
3/2, apple eqp, $950mo. Den, fenced back yard $S00 Down U OWN
272-6172 EZ-QUALIFY Industrial for Sale
SAN MARCO 11th floor OP Brand new 4/2 2100sf Call the Hotline 388 1208 505 Commercial/
River Views from balconyl a" i stay. w/d hkp. Industrial for Rent
212 on St. Johns, G~acted, Close to Emer. Svcs/Schl. 4 Manufactured 507 Commercial/
full time sec., under- $1400m. 904-505-8964 Homes Businesses for Sale

$1495/mo; refs + dep. Club. Exec home, gated. ARGYLE Newer 3 & 4 Ed Ind
912-223-6925 Nice. 2300sqft. Avail now BR's DIN on prvt lot. 515 Retail/Office Space
SAN MARCO 4th floor $1400m 514.1038 $800-$950/mo. for Rent T
River Views from balconyl PMnfo. .. /. Call Greg 376-5190
Renov'd 3/2 on St. Johns. allappI, w/pool&svc. BALDWIN Country Charm sCral 6Schools
Gated, full time sec., .Sacres. Rent$1700m or Lr 3/2-06 new DW, FP, 500 Industrial 60Specialty Tr-aning/
underground gare, buy $250K 210-843-5452 pv lot $850mo. w/lease
swimming poo K For Sale Events
comm. dock. $1695/mo; O.P. S-Rent to Own 3/2 & sec. 904-465-3841 .,_v__,_
refs + dep. 912-223- 6925 1540 Irishwood Ct. 2car OCEANWAY DW R TO NC Slore + cabin $94,990.


Call 904.642-3504 ful brick hm 4,'3. 2200s' ,
S'SIDE -Avanti -Newly $0 904 307 t3.
remod condo, 2/2, TRUCK D TRAININ
everything new. opt Manor3
68.43 C r k -e.-I
S'SIDE Wolf Creek off garage 5 min to HAS F [-
2/2, $1100/mo. Call dep.904-571 8126 .OMPA-Y-SPONS-RED
Roxanne 904-406-5500 PVB 6/6.5 Home in gated --COMPANY-SPONSORED
ST. AUGNNEWTHCypress CountrC comm. UITON REIMBURSEMENTS
Trace 3br/2.Sba; 1c. gar w/pool 3cg r. $50CPOm
gated comm $1295mo. Annual lease;. 2 8 3226 A N VE
Call 954 560-1336 PVB Beauty J -3 rd NOWVA APPROVED!
ST.AUG/PALENCIAoff patio, lawn --nc.,',a.t, .i
USIN. Luxury 2/2, all tobch, RTO-,r ... s --,o l IROADMASTER
amen's }ncl, DSL, cbl, wtr $2350/mo. 90J 40. 3 0 312 7 21uuzu---i
Westside New 3/2 all ch&a, 1169SF Famid-, Rm.
app s incids w/de GrnHse KitEEuip Must(C r ,, -o
un=t-app-u it, 2nd fir, $950m+ VANSAN4DT RE389-354O

.ii -$9 dep 72 houses Rv rsd3/1 w/d incId.C cd Ire t](800] 8311300 WrW ROADMOTER.CON

ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT. ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
-REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
- ARGYLE- TH 4 sale or
brand new plantation
_village. $175K.
Rent, $1050mo. "
-m -Call 476- 7676 for details.
ARLINGTON 3/2 $895
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VANSANDT RE 389-3540

mo Zenith Reahe economic impact of the
904 215 0676

3/2hdwoodr military in Northeast Florida
i h prundpool,4 car,
p driveway, covered
$1100mo. 904-2343652 and Southeast Georgia is
ARL Nice 3/1.5 ch&a,
kitppt*,cr7.8 billion.
SASHLEY WOODS
ICW4/2 2300sf, 1g.
fncd yrd, w/ boat,
2-cargararking eesoNS Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who
mayport $1600mo,
Avone221-1830/707-45ba25 buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
bungalow, wd firs 1 car
gar, 4615mSunderland know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
BARTRAM SPRINGS 4/3
w/ amenities 3 car oar. the military publications distributed, at the local bases in the area.
$1500m 407- 435-3527
BEACH BLVD -new
Wolfcreek TH, 2/2.5,
12o00o8. 781 For advertising
BEACHES Jax Bch. 155
19th Ave N. 3/2.5, i nf mation,
1440sf TH Ibik to bch, information, -o --
$1700mo. 246 0343 ."
BEACHES 2265 Wind- please call .
jammer Ln. E. 2200sf, on 4&-
canal 4br/2.5ba Irg yd,
$1900mo. Ca 246-945 904-359-4336, .
CEDAR HILLS 3/2 $695
ch&a, WD Hkps, Fenced -
Back, Kit Equip Carport F X 90 -36 -230
VANSAND RE 0 4-36 -6 30.
CEDAR HILLS 3/2 $750
ch&a WD Hkps, Carport
1384SF, Kit Equip, Fenced
VANSANDTRE 389-3540
CLAY COUNTY New brick
home near pool/park/ -"
h,-,p.= A+ schl-$1195m ,.r ,f
Confederate crossing
.3 3 3:000. i. O;iC0 tl, .
4: g.ar $crn1 3.1m pm- a o ,,o m'' S
Eagle Harbor Beautiful
4 3 S1850mo. Smoke
free home. No pets.
813-0119 215-9108
J1 2 5 scrnd prcn rrpic
F61 191 7904 A.ail n
Eagle Harbor 4 3.
avlabl no p n-
-tact Todd Kellogg. ''.
2159108 813 0119 1 or 2yr *
lease
E. ARLINGTON 3 2 $12SO '
riplaecansr"
VANSA DT RE 389-3540
FLEMING ISLAND 3/2 M i Fou e

q.I i Mschools, Iol, pool, 10ise
$1190450mo, nego812/8-able620 719
904-504-81G2/808-620-1719 1


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Bla Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 29, 2006


605 Schools

REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class July 10
8 Week Eve Class August 21
Superior Instruction
www.mfrei .comrn
Ilorida Real Estate Institute
Alliance Real
Estate Institute
Real Estate Sales July 5th
Real Estate Appraisal July 3rd
Real Estate Broker July 3rd
880.8070

ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending
Mortgage Broker July 21st
Mortgage Processor July 28th
MrtgMrktng & Products $125
Mortgage Software Trng $125
Prof Mortgage Course
(904) 880- 70
ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
(904) 880 -8070
Title Closing $295
Title Agent Exam Pre D 295
40- hr Title Agent Cour'e- iJ,
Call for schedulia
Class Starts Jul, 21
ALLIANCE HOME
INSPECTOR SCHOOL
Become a Certified rm-
inspector. Includes BOOKS -
Actual Home Inspection!
July 14th July 18th
(904) 880-8070

705 Financial

COLLECTIONS
Increased business
means openings for
add'l qualified.reps.
Exp'd or not, will train.
Collection or phone
experience a plus.
Great benefits, great
earnings potential. For
interview call 722.2229,
Ext 3127/3169 for Dan or
Ext 3255 for Mary EOE

707 Driver
CDL CLASS A DRIVERS
"Local hauling, mln S150/
day +bnfts. Permanent
work. Call 904.266-2030
or 941-526-6930
Driver
BEAT THE HEAT
Drive a late model
vehicle w a/c Earn
600-800 per week. Call
904-493-5246. Ask for
Tim Collins.

DRIVER/LOCAL
Class A CDL. New eqpt,
steady yr round emp
IncI OT, exc earning
potential. Home every
night. Great bnfts, incl
401K and health ins.
.Apply 8664 Philips
Highway, Jacksonville
Call 904-827-1115


LEADERS IN THEPRECAST DUSTY"
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
Needed with exp. 40+
Must have 2 year min
Class B or better CDL.
Must be over 23. Please
call 642-4425 X 15 Jax;
St. Aug 808-7172 X 15.
710 Industrial/
710 Trades!

AQUATIC
TECHNICIAN
Weed/algae control,
outside physical work.
DFWP Good salary/
benefits. Call The Lake
Doctors 904.262-5500 or
fax res. 904-262-5501 i
BACKHOE OPERATOR-
needed for residential
plumbing contractor,
New construction. Good
pay & benefits.
Call 819-8947 230-1009

BACKHOE/!
CRANE
OPERATOR
Min 1 yr exp, full benefits.
Apply Commercial Metals
2038 N Lane Ave.
See Mel.; EOE M/F
CARPENTERS
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS'
* Health benefits
* Paid Holidays
* Paid vacations
* Gas allowance
* 40 plus hrs/week I
* Company T-shirts
* Quarlerly Bonus
program
Call 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694



Now hiring exp'd Interior
Trim Carpenters. FPdE
HolidaysVacations,
Benefits. Must have own
tools/transp. 284-375.3


710 Industrial/
710 J Trades

Electrical Helpers
Local project @ NAS Jax
Must have transp. &
clean aMV MIn. 6 mon.
exp re'Id. DFWP/EEO
Ph. (904)317-5601.
GRADER, DOZER,
TRACKHOE,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX. EOE
GUTTER INSTALLER
w/experience
Call Arnie at Jax
Weathershield 388-8392
MANUFACTURING
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi-
tions, including forklift
operators, qualified
electricians, electro-
mechanical and line
operators. We offer a
real opportunity with
training, good pay and
benefits. We are
located West of Jack-
sonville in a growing
community. Contact
Sanderson Pipe at
2'5 2833 and ask Tor
H.'R


EFp'o. for N. Sr hnl
C.:, Proi-ci DFVP ApDOi, (
7567 1 svir.n Bla, JAX. EOE
Call 772-1313
PAINTERS
with commercial & resi
dental experience.
tools & transportation.
632-0500 DFWP
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904- 751- 8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
REPAIR PLUMBER
NEEDED FOR SERVICE
WORK @ ABLE PLUMB
ING, PLEASE CALL
298-2880.
ROOFING SHINGLERS &
HELPERS w/exp. Tools
provided. Good pay.
Call 904-880-9908.
SATELLITE INSTALLERS
Exp with cable, electric
cal, construction or
carpentry may apply.
Must use own truck/
van/SUV...we pay for
gas. Jax area. Great
Pay! Call 866.312.2932.
SCREEN ROOM
INSTALLERS
HOURLY NEEDED
Experience, transp &
phone r eq'd.
"04291 1972



Wackenhut Services,
Inc. a Dept of Enerpy
contractor is accept ing
applications for an
experienced Electronic
Technician at the
Nevada Test Site (65
miles north of Las
Vegas). Qualified can-
didates will have an AA
degree in Electronics or
an approved special-
ized certification (A+
MCSE, FCC, ISCET) with
equivalent training &
exp. Exp. in the fol-
lowing highly desired:
Building or Process
Automation Systems,
Electronic Security
Systems, RF Commu-
nications, CCTV Equip.
Must be a U.S. Citizen &
have a background that
would not preclude a
security clearance
being granted. Must be
willing to work week-
ends & nights. After
training and clearance
is received, duties will
be to perform elec-
tronics maintenance.
Starting salary com-
mensurate with edu-
cation & experience
Inip resIG ciandl e se
must suTmi a com-
letel application by
'21, '06 Applications
can be found on our
webs-re nc
0wu ". n'-',aaa.'A.m
,:r 1i. :]ii..ia 702 2 5 lE00
AE EO M .1F.V.-

712 Mechanic
AUTO TECH &
EXHAUST TECH -
%ir.,nexper.ence TOP
pay up [ 61000 3 week
Call 90.1-779.5777
LUBE TECH.
MECHANICS HELPER
MuIt hae Poa,c tools
& goo ar Orier 3 license.
Ortega Automoive.
J.51 Appleton Ae-
Clih 3e.8-SeO9 M.F
MECHANIC for SOLID
WASTE CO.
.icn eaop in d,e-,el &
hydraulics Gooad pa,
$14-$19/hr & benefits.
904-731-7288

713 Legals
FILE CLERK
for Riverside law firm.
Law office exp prefd.
$8/hr. Fax resumes to
Mark 904-398-0332
LEGAL ASSISTANT
for small Riverside law
office. Closing exp
preferred. Fax resume
to 388-0123

720 Medical
ADMINISTRATIVE ASST
for group medical
practice. Grt oppty for
goal oriented self
starter. Excel & book-
keeping exp reqd. Fax
resume 292-2308
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
F/T Extensive exp in
Medicare reimburse
ment Exc benefits.
Riverside. Fayx R .Q39n4


Today, Your

Future is Stronger.

ATM services. Electronic cash management and
distribution. Plus over.150 years of experience with
armored cash transport. Taken together, Loomis,
Fargo & Co. can bring your career into the future with
more technologically-advanced solutions, new
services, and more opportunities than ever before.
Put our strength behind your career....and more
promise in your future.

Our Jacksonville branch has immediate openings for:

) AiRME DRIVER GUARDS
FT/PT; Day shifts available
*$10.20 per hour
Must be 21 years of age or older

Eligible for Medical Benefits after 30 days!
Qualified candidates must be able to successfully
pass a background check that includes credit, driving,
criminal record, polygraph, DOT physical and drug
screen.

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







MANAGING CASH IN SOCIETY

Alor Th E-er:B| %"loiiisfigc^o^.s^c ^|-


720 Medical 745 Sales 755 Miscellaneous


MEDICAL ASST. Qualified,
-experienced, full-time
or CNA & CLERK.
send resume w/refs to:
PMB 19
1038-5 Dunn Ave.
Jacksonville FL.. 32218

PART TIME POSITION for
Southside medical
practice. 15-20 flexible
hours /week Fax
resume 636-9102

TECHNICIANS
Long term care.
Pharmacy seeks
dynamic Technicians,
to grow with our
company. Long term
care pharmacy exp
necessary. Excellent
benefits package.
Fax resume to
904-494-0275
Attention Kevin


25 sOffice/
72 5 Clerical

LEGAL SECRETARY
for Jacksonville ins
defense firm with
workers campensahon
exp Exc salary & ben-
efits Fax 954- it-8669
or email
lrderlcoar,.ro5s,mbeig corn

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST
for group medical
practice. Grt oppty for
goall oriented self
starter. Excel & book-
keeping exp reqd. Fax
resume 292-2308

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

BARTENDERS ex peri
enced flexible, great
personality, speed
Apply inperson Flight
747 1500 Arport Rd.
Next to Zaxbys


Now Hiring all positions
for new Ponte Vedra,&
W.G.V. locations. Fun,
upbeat hard workers
Call 940-3673 or apply
at 900 Sawgrass Vil-
lage Dr in Ponte Vedra.
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec.
Will train- AM/PM,
NO Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

KITCHEN POSITIONS
Brick Restaurant
Apply Mon Sat, 2pm
5pm. 3585 St. Johns Ave

745 Sales




SALE S ASSOCIATES
NEEDED
for Jax's #1 Dodge Team.
Sell new and used,
excellent pay plan, bonus
aild company benefits.
I Apply In Person.

Frank Panone
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave
EOE Drug Free Workplace

PROFESSIONAL
: SALES REP
SALARY + COMMISSION
384-4059


SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100 000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783.9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

747 Telemarketing

DEBT CONSULTANTS
FT position, Mon-Fri 12-9
GREAT PAY!
Call Sam Mingle 899-6666

755 Miscellaneous

ACTIVITIES ASSIST PT
Southside Active
Adult Community
Clubhouse has
opening for 2 posi-
tions: PT Activities
Assistant- will staff
reception desk, and
assist with Indoor
and outdoor activi-
ties.
F.? MAINTENANCE
ASSISTANT
%ill perform main-
tenance and janito-
rial dutmes in club
h-,.use and on the
cuommTunit grounds.
Hours For both posi-
lions w ill include
evenings and week-
ends. Must be
available by July 10.
Email resumes to
rpowell@sterlingmgnt.com
Fax to 904-733-3933.

ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
Home Cleaning
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
*Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace
CARPENTER -PUNCH-OUT
Needed for Real Estate
Investor. Call 591-3915/
382-6654 Top Pay

Car Wash personnel
and Detailer Full Time
Must have DL w/some
exp. $7.00/hr to start.
Call 721-7236
CUSTODIANS- PT for
Private school in O.P. 20
hours/wk Mon-(FT In
lune. Jul, & Auqust;
Call 4I72 0186
GROUNDSPERSON- PT
ior Private school in
O P 25 hours,'wk
Mon-(FT in June, July &
August) Call 472-0186
Home Cleaners
$200.$400/Wk
Part Time/Full Time
* Perm & Temp positions
Work near home
" Flexible daytime sched.
Must have car
Arlington/S'side 425 3084
Beaches 242- 8235
Mand/W'side 731-7453

LANDSCAPE/
MAINTENANCE HELP
lyr. exp & FL DL helpful.
Southside area 866-3357
MAINTENANCE PERSON
-AC certified/ certifi-
able maint person for
apts and rental in Lake
City, FL. Fax resume to
386-758 -8017
PEST CONTROL
SERVICE REPS FT Will
train Exc pay & ben-
efits gd driving
record 389-3235


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Willing to Work Hard?
If you are, then no
matter who you are.
YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL!!!

Successful candidate should be
WILLING TO LEARN and be
HIGHLY MOTIVATED
*Top Pay *401K. Retirement Plan Sick Pay
*Health & Dental Insurance *Vacation
Contact Lou Zanella
@ (904) 521-7304
for a confidential interview
and dress for success
CITY MITSUBISHI SUZUKI ISUZU
10575 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, Fl 32225
All Calls Completely Confidenmial... EC'E OFWP


The TPC at Sawgrass is
searching for a Preven-
tative Maintenance
Tech, responsible for
assisting Equip Man-
agerand quip Techin
performing routine
preventative mainte-
nance on golf course
maintenance equip.
Complete daily service
records, help maintain
parts inventory, main-
tain shop area in a neat
and orderly manner,
keeping equipment
clean and organized.
Basic knowledge of
engine mechanics and
maintenance. We offer
competitive pay, uni-
forms, health insur-
ance and many more
benefits. For consider-
ation, call 273-3248.
EOE/DFW'




TPC Sawgrass in Ponte
Vedra is hiring F/T
Equipment Operators in
the Golf Course Main-
tenance Dept. Prior
experience is not
required. Must be at
least 18 yrs old. For
more info, call
273-3248. Hourly rate +
over time
medical/dental/life and
much more. DFW/EOE
VETERINARIAN TECH;
Come join an excep-
tional team at a small
animal clinic commit-
ted to compassionate
Patient care on beau-
tiful Amelia Island!
Immediate opening for
certified Vet. Tech.
seeking Individual who
will bring enthusiasm,
strong technical skills
& good client commu-
nication. Be challenged
on a daily bases work-
ing in dentistry, sur-
gery and wellness care.
ur clinic sees a wide
array of exciting
medical & surgical
cases. Salary based on
experience & we offer a
competitive benefits
package. App's can be
sent to Fernandina
Beach Animal Clinic
1868 S. 14th St Fernan-
dine Beach, Fl 32034 or
email fbacfl@aol.com


760 Part-Time I


Assembler
needed to build
bicycles, exercise
equip, etc at the Navy
Exchange. Looking
for a mechanically
inclined individual
preferably with
experience building
biKes to work P/T
Call 1-800-527-7112
Ext 4134

TUPPERWARE Full time
pay for P/T hours,
make it your business
to sell or purchase.
Visit my website or call
904-997-7155.
www.my.tupperware.c
om/dottiebeal |

801 Adult
Sitting

ADULT Care provided,
Retired RN, nursing care,
cooking, care for loved
one. Details discussed.
864-608-2703 (cell)

830 Child
Care l

SIn home day-care on
base now available for
Inland and toddler
care. Please call
912 576 4112


862 Heallh/

BASIC BRAIDS 4 KIDS!
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Call Ksh3 '- 241.9402


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Following positions (full and part time):


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/HeatFuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Fumiture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques

4 SERVER- Mahogany
Buffet server, 1920's. 2
1 Irg drawers, 2 Irg side
cabinets, refinished.
1996 to see call
904-881-2559

902 Appliances
4 DISHWASHER
Whirlpool, black,

4 DRYER/ KITCHEN AID
large capacity, 6 yrs.,
very good condition,
$90 or best offer,
26&8919. WHITE
Dryer/Washer Super
Capacity Exc Cond $200
for both 904-396-4793
SKENMORE 25.2 cuf
side by side refrig.
/ erator, ice maker,
water and ice dispen-
sor in door $200 Derick
631-2631 or 771-6014
SMaytag Washer
Tappan Dryer. Gently
use, white $225 obo,
will sell separately
886-5170
4 RANGE ELECTRIC
S Whirlpool, $185.2 yrs.
old, black and bisque
cash only 472- 1417
anytime for more details.
4/ REFRIGERATOR
S Kenmore 18 cubic
ft, white, like new,
ice maker, asking
$250Sobo. 912- 882- 5276
SSTOVETOP OVEN-
I coil, stovetop oven,
S white, G.E. 2 yrs old,
great condition. Call
278-8995 anytime, $100obo
4 VALLEY CLASS II
Universal under frame
S hitch removed from
96' Jeep Cherokee. Fits
a wide year range $40.
904-277-3432
4 WASHER/DRYER
SAll white Kenmore
< Washer whiripoo
dryer. $300 for both.
336-202-7150
WASHER/DRYER HEAVY
duty, $235. Fridge, $135.
Stove $160; 904-641-9667
WASHER/DRYER
I Kitchenaid Dryer Set.
S Almond. $125 kitch-
enaid cooktop &
downdrafL Almond, $65,
264-9434
Washer & Dryer
SKenmore. Good
S Condition,
while, 550 each.
57! 9707 6744453

905 Arlicles
9 For Sale

4& 13'x9' modern rug,
S $100. Jewelry box
k (women's) S10. Kinex
roller coaster
(screaming!) $20. Can email
pictures. 21 5 6866

/ 2 in 1 GAME TABLE
pool air hockey,
includes all
accesones. S65 obo.
Call 772 7031 0or 53 0056
S2x4x8 untreated.
lumber S2ea.
Treadmill, $50.
Twin Bed, S50.
Call 912 729 2024
4. 55 GALLON SALTWTR
S aquarium w solid
cherry hoed stand.
LUghts, filters, test kit,
rod, everything needed.
Excellent condition.
$600 obo. 912- 322- 7889
4 75 GALLON AQUARIUM
$300,350 Chevy Engine
S Parts. 817- 366-1589 or
817-313-5295
4/ ABOVE GROUND POOL
S new pump, pool
l accessories, needs
new liner, $700 call Pat
781-4188
4 ANTQ DIN TABLE
S 6 chairs extra leaf
with matching China
cabinet, excellent
condition, sacrifice for
$1400.249-1666
4 BASSINET PLAY
PEN- (converts)
S black & tan, (Eddie
Bauer Edition) like
new. $50.912-882- 4899/
912-258-1820
Berkline Reclner Sofa
& Matching Recliner
Chair
Dominantly medium blue
with mauve and tan
accent stripes. Original
price $3500, only $550
OBO. For more info call
(904)294-6223 or
(904)389-8338
A must see online at
www.jacksonville-
florida.biz/sofa.htm


www.steinmart.com


Equal Opportunity Employer


905 Articles
9 For Sale

4 CAMERA- 35mm,
S canon sureshot,
I 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"
wrath 327 rims, 5
L pIrellis tires.5 lug w/
lug nuts, lock.
Exc. condition, $1500 obo.
912-322-7889.
Uke New $4500
4 Computer, Monitor
I keyboard, speakers,
tL/ and desk, $500. Sim-
mons Beautyrest
Qn Mattress Set., $300.
Call 221-7323
4/ CRUTCHES
(2) pair. Wood,
t adjustable, like new,
each pair, $8.268-2482

DESK- Old, off white
wicker, glass topper,
makes lovely vanity.
$200 firm (wicker mir-
ror, add $50); con-
toured wicker book
shelves, $125; old
kneehole veneered
walnut desk, bow
contoured drawers,
custom glasstopper,
$250; floor model
radio cabinet, tubes
removed-great LP
storage, 3/8" glass
topper can hold turn
table, original push
buttons include
Grand Ole Oprey
WSM, $125; two '50S
Formica top kitchen
tables with chrome
legs, one gray, one
yellow, $125 ea.;
child's school desk,
$10; small chairs, $10
ea. To see, call
904-381-7175

DINING RM LIGHT
S FIXTURE with 6
shades, $35 Casio
keyboard, $25, used
boxspring & mattress,
$40904 249-1666
4 Entertainment
SCenter, Sofa, Chair,
D, I Dining Room Table
with 4 chairs, good
condition asking for
$6000. Call 868-3930.
4 EXTENSION
LADDERS-40f%$181
and 38ft. $160, brain
trallor Call 264.150
4 GAS BC GRILL
|. Aussie Portable pro-
"J^pane travel grill, never
used, folds down,
compact with wheels, $75.
7 904-695-1919
GENERATOR,
Coleman 1750 $115.
ki Call 264-6364.
HOT TUB / LR-Siera
Series, 2yr old, 4-6 per
son, w/butler cover,
$1900. Elegant LR Suite
2yrs old, $500. 779-0336
4 Laminate Counter
S Tops 11x2ft, w/
|libacksplash also Island
counter top, 7x4ft.
$200.276-3736
MINI STORAGE SALE:
New W/D BR Furn, misc
items. Call 904-923-3467
MOVING SALE -9mo old
Kenmore w/d, $600. Ent
cntr, w/glass drs &
lights $350. Modern 3pc
LR tbi set $200.
545-6770
H VALLEY CLASS III
SUniversal under frame
b0 hitch. Removed from
1996 Jeep Cherokee.
Fits a wide year range, $40.
904-277-3436
ORGAN, Lowrey Genius
$399; Qn hdbrd, ftbrd
Broyhill honey $275;
Recliner-blue $80;
Multi-Game tbl $125;
Reception cntr pcs (23)
$15ea; TV/Game wall
unit $100; 904-284-7750
PANASONIC LCD
PROJECTOR
Compact & lightweight,
one touch auto setup,
compatible with most
PCs, on screen display,
CD-ROM manual
onscreen display, digi-
tal zoon & freeze fea-
ture & much more.
Value over $2500 must
sell, moving! only $650
OBO. For more info call
(904)294-6223 or
(904)389-8338. A must
see online at
http://www.jackson-
villeflorida.biz/pan.htm
SPOOL TABLE 7 FT.
SI 1 in, slate, maple
L/finish, leather pockets,
all accessories, mint
cond., moving $950.
Call Ron 904-707-4778
4 RING- 14K gold wing
Spring & pin, $150 sz 5
1 wedding dress, white
must see $165, per-
sian Thailand rug, $75.
953-8898
SCHOOL UNIFORMS
FOR SALE
4 Pr girls pants (khaki &
blue) size 6
S4 Pr girls shorts with fv
cuff (khaki) size 6, 6x
2 Girls skorts (tan) size 6
S1 Girls skort (blue) size 5
6 Burgundy & grey plaid
jumpers size 6,6x
S2 Blue jumpers size 6,6x
CALL 704.8859 & Leave a
message, if interested.
SCOOTER & EXERCISE
BIKE Unused. Best offer
call 262-4066
4 SHED-RUBBER-
I MAID HORIZONTAL
o Great for bikes and
lawn equipment
supports, 13001bs. cost
$449.99. Selling for $199.
285-3014
S SOFA
S great cond. $200
tJ, phone 264-6364
THOMAS THE TRAIN
TABLE & MANY ACCESS.
Can email pictures.
$175obo. 904-465-3138


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905 Articles
S For Sale

Topps Baseball Cards
1958 & 1959
There are over 450, I
collected them 50 years
ago, Must see! TUFF
STUFF Value over
$6,500. Must sell, mov-
ing! Only $2,750 OBO
For more info call
(904)294-6223 or
(904)389-8338
A must see online at
http://www.jackson-
villeflorida.biz/ca.htm
&1TV STANDS (2) wood
Sadn glass. $35 each,
L both $50.292-0881
SWASHER/DRYER
likenew, microwave,
color TV, photo
printer, boating raft +
supplies. Pentax K1000
camera +lenses,
baby car seat, other items.
Must sell. 662-6904
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAPI Private indi-
vidual 904-334-8731
AVTOZ YOU CAN
SAVE UP TO 90% ON
EVERYTHING NOWl
358-2265 or 259-2292

915 Building
9 Supplies

WINDOWS BROWN
36x48 Kinco insulated
t1. single hung, $30.
904- 221-9793

920 Business/
Office

Fireproof Files!
4 Drawer Fireproof Files
$699 Each
Gator Office Fumiture
(904) 74-6400

928 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

1.01 CT DIAMOND RING
Round brilliant cut. w/
papers. 2 wks old. Paid
7400. Sell $3500. obo.
Must sell! 239-273-2996
Ring in Jacksonville.
S Wedd Band.
.L .67ct.Engagement
K band..36 ct. 1.03
"'cttw, make offer.
330- 701-8376

928 Electronics
/ Floor Speakers. 2
Fisher @ 150w ea, 2
l Pioneer 100oow ea. VGC
$30 per pair. 261-5205
TV. 14 in RCA
F at screen front and
rear A/V. Sleep timer,
great condition,


Sw/ remote. $50 obo
call 278-8995.
TV-Sony 51" Wide screen
projection great cond.
$900.912-729-2715

1 Fruits/
935 Vegetables

U-PICK BLUEBERRIES
$1.501b Off Braddock Rd
-SPLUMP & PLENTIFUL**
This Saturday! 6/10
for info call 374-7282

940 AC/Heat/
9t4 Fuel

b HVAC 1.Ston w/ han-
Sdler-$ 300; 1.5ton cen-
tral A/C- $150; trailer
furnace- $250; fire-
place- $250. All obo,
912-882-3507

945 Garage
Sales
S516 SUNNYSIDE CT.
a Sat. July 1st,
I1L 8a-noon, kids,
clothes

.ARGYLE HUGE SALE!
SAT! Prestwick Cir. N.
by Argyle Swim Club 1
mile from Blanding.
ARLINGTON -Sat 8-3,
7032 Barkwood Dr. furn,
glassware & more
Fleming Isl Multi Family
Sat. 7.5 804 Floyd St.
LOTS EVERYTHING A-Z
Fruit Cv Sat 8.2 furn/ofc
furn, collectblcomput
sup, bedding, freezer,
1611 Lemonwood Rd.
A MOVING SALE
STreadmill, clothes,
12 furniture, baby items,
call 771-6593/
536-4366. DUVAL MAGGIE
CIRCLE ask for Fabby
n ORTEGA On Going
S8358 Sterling Dr. S.
32244 Tv's, dvd, tv,
vcr, computer monitor,
printer, paints, computer
desks, more. 904- 803- 6617/
772-7795 -
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
U Lawn

4 LAWNMOWER
S CRAFTSMAN
%BLE Riding lawnmower
with hard bagger, runs
great, moving, must sell.
912- 576- 5540/904- 537.1015
4 Murray Ultra Push
S Mower. 60HP, wit h
k bag, good condi-
tion, $45.882-1052
Riding Lawn Mower, 2005
Troy, low hrs, ext warr
$750 904-724-7176
4 SEARS CRAFTS-
S MAN II, Lawn
<1 tractor, 12.5 HP, 38"
cut 5 spd, $250.
,287-8433/334-1962
4 SEARS RIDING MOWER
S36",111HP, $350. RUns
good, Call Dan
573-9874 (w) or 4p-8p
@n hm 912- 729-4001
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAP! Private indi-
vidual 904-334-8731

955 Household

4 Annoire Holds 32" TV,
bookcase on side
I1 storage on bottom
ae $90; bedroom furni-
ture, gold winged chairs.
Call 645-0630
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New Can Deliver

BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kinas from $599


955 Household
Furniture

SBedroom furniture
Queen bed with two
nighf stands and
dresser with mirror.
Call 476-5791
Chester Drawers (2)
S(1 three drawer one4
rawer, $45 each c.all
904-626-3766
COUCH-3 piece
sectional leather
couch tan recliner
seats. Very comfort-
able, must seel call
282-4960. Asking $550.
COUCH-7ft.
Stapstry fabric
SBroyhlU excellent
4 condition to get
Information call
912-673-6496 after 5pm
DRESSER TRIPLE OAK
4 with mirror, $150.
$100. Blue overstuffed
chair with oak trim,
$20.90&-7935
SEND TABLE w/lamp &
bookcase combo. $5.
573-9707/674-4453
Ent. Cntr-Contempo-
-- rary. 3 sections each,
\ L lighted, holds 32 In
television white
knockdown ceiling texture,
$300.904.-415-2696
Entertainment Center,
Oak, very big, VGC.
573-9707/6744453.
$400obo
4/ Entertainment Cntr
$75 or best offer
S336-202-7250
Entertainment Center -
Oak. Glass Front Doors
for VCR/DVD/Stereo.
Speaker boxes. Shelves.
Plenty of storage. Great
Condition. Will sell with
32" Sony TV for $1300
obo. Or without TV
$1100 obo. 278-9621 Iv
msg
4 FURNITURE (MISC.)
S Kitchen table, bedrm,
Other. Moving.
-, Reasonable offer.
317-6618 weekend (days
only) Weekday (days)
S Glider Rocker
Blue adn oak.
tl Good condition, $35.
573- 9707/674- 44S3
SHIDE-A-.BED SOFA
Good condition,
light brown, $50.
573-9707/674-4453
LA- Z-BOY (2) Rocker
recliners medium blue
hI' good condition, both
for $100. Call 772-1916
LAZY BOY Sofa (Beige)
Less than a year old
$300. Call 981-0968.
askforDanielle |
OAK TOP KITCHEN TABLE
With 3 Chairs. White
legs on table and
Chairs. Like new con-
dition. $125 obo.
278-9621 Iv msg
S/ PLATFORM BEDS
SQn sized w/metal
S frame, modern
European style,
choose from black or grey.
$200ea. 27&8-8995
4/ REFRIGERATOR
FREEZER-G.E.
J/" Arctica w/icemaker,
water filter, white
2 yrs.old,$150obo,
call 278- 8995 anytime
4 SOFA, Light
SBlue/Gray Tweed
like new, excellent
condition. $300.
(904)260-2086.
4 SOFA-Light blue
S with matching
S wing back chair.
Glass coffee table
and end tables $100
obo. 912-510-6522.
SSt.Marys ,
4 SOFA & OTTOMAN
beige, great condition,
originally paid $800.
Asking $350. Moving,
must sell. 912-576-5540/
537-1015
4 SOFA-Queen Anne
| Sleeper and loveseaLt.
Great condition.
$2000bo. 904-264k 9507.
Pictures available by email
richnjek@comcastnet
4 SOLID OAK KING/ON
-/ headboard w/lights,
mirror nightstand top
Storage cabinets,
triple dresser. 9 drawer,
$675.276-3736
4 Student Desk.
S Good Condition, $10.
1 573-9707/674-4453
4/ TABLE- beautiful
solid oak banquet
tltable adn 10 chairs.
Cash & Carry only.
$1895. Call 912-729-7307
(leaves store inside) ,
4 TABLE- Dolphin white
S|ceramic coffee table, 2
l end tables, one couch
table, heavy glass
tops, $450. Call 778- 9167
4 TABLE- Like new,
S48" round dining
1 ^ rm table with 4
cushion chairs.
$250obo.904-551-0206
4 TWIN BED (RED).
S NO mattress, EC, $20.
wk.573.9707/
hm 674-4453
4 Black Metal Bed- Full
S sz, futon, w/twin
bunk. $200obo.
291-5707
: n Headboard
w/frame, 2 chests,
S 1 dresser w/ mir-
ror. 1 nightstand.
Oak Finish. $550.
912-729-1585

Qo 'Machinery
u '& Tools

Lathe Schaublin 70,
Collet lathe variable spd
6" x20", 2 tool post
Collet set, rotating tail
stock, work light,
mounted on Irg work
bench. Ideal for Gun
Smith or Hobbyist
$400obo. 904-268-3582
a YANMAR 3700
Diesel generator,
S electric/recoil start.
One owner, new 1/2
gallon, fuel- HR. $1800.
904.321.0274

Musical F
970 Merchandise/

Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527
/ ElectrIc Guitar Cab. All
| brichwood, celestlon
I l speakers, 2 vintage
30's 2- gl2H- 30.
Made by Avatar speakers.
Brand new, $450. Finn,
call 904-710-6184
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FBEE PRICE LIST


980 Sporting
Goods

-8 \Brunswick Bristol II
slate, new felting, w /5
cues, balls, cover, must
pickup, call John
1300obo. 904-372-4325
HITCH VALLEY
CALSS III Universal
under the frame.
Removed from 1996,
Jeep Cherokee fits
a wide year range.
$40.904-277-3432
4 HUFFY PORTABLE
BASKETBALL HOOP
Q 52" acrylic, backboard,
adjustable from 7ft to
10ft. $1250oo. 422-3113 *
Mountain Bike
SGary Fisher Kaltai
> barely ridden $400
OBO. Ron 509-8114
S.C. "MQD" Hunting Club
located on the
Savannah River. Call
904 219 0658 for info.
SC Hunt Club Lots of
Game. Call Sonny
803-513-9927 or see
www.plantationhunt.com
4 Treadmill Six me, exc.
econdmany extras,
IncludIng mat & fan
space saver, paid
$60 asking $450. 282-7925
S WELDER WEIGHT
4 LIFTING CAGE with
Bench adn accesso-
ries. 2601bs, of olym-
pic weights, 1501bs of dumb
bells. $3000obo. 422- 3113

985 Trailers
PACE JOURNEY 02'
S6'xl'.Trailer tie
downs, wheel, shocks,
dropramp like
new mustsell, fast.
206-1270/$2K(

9o Wanted To
99 Buy Or Trade I

Daytona Time Share,
Christmas week. '
Trade for metal roofing
or anything worth
$5000. 904-268-7730





Pets and


Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


1005 Livestock

Clippers, Brushes,
Curry Combs-Bg Selectio
550 Saddles in stock
See us and Save!
www.horseandkennel.conm
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E. 18TH ST 354- 7634 |

11O L PPets &P
1U1-U Supplies

African Gray Parrot that
talks. $500. Fem/7yrs old.
Healthy. 904-786-43832
S AQUARIUM- small *
with fluorescent light
b pump, filter, and
water heater with I
manual all for $28.268- 2482
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS1L
CKC, small cute, s/w
2M/1F $350. 912- 576- 265f
BOXER PUPS AKC 1M/ 3F
Fawn w/black mask
POP $600. 888-837-773p,
BOXERS PUPS AKC, POO ,
fawn w/blk mask, hIltI
cert $500. 904-962-9518
Chihuahua pups, Quality,
tiny CKC, HC, POP,2
males 904-504-6677 '
SCHIHUAHUA PUPPY'
S12wk, couple with n4
kL1 kids preferred. Call'
S778-8315 anytime !
CHIHUAHUA PUPSCKC,
Sm. Appleheads, 4M/2F
H/C, Cash or Charge.
$350 & UP. 904-465-0506
CHIHUAHUAS PUPS, .
3 Short hair males. ,
$350 Cash. 904-757-8567.
SCockatlels for Sale
/ All colors avail. I
$50- $75.
Call 674-0598 orI
674-0598 anytime day or
night. '
COLLIE PUPPIES AKC,
smooth coat $2010
904-291-9301/509-6843
DOBERMANS Red AKC,1.
chmpbldln. $700. goog
temp 229-247-5493
ENGLISH DOG BULL "
PUPS-AKC, Teresa ,-
904- 449-5110/375-2084
FRENCH BULL -pups',
w/papers. M Pug pup
962-3638 ,'
German Shepherd Pups
6wks, black on tan, 3MA
$500ea 545-4652 after 2p'
Germ Rottie Pups full
blood, AKC $600- $650 5F
/4M ready 7/15 881-3992
GREAT DANES AKC PUPS
taking deposits. Black,
Merles, $1200. 904,-
259-8304 or 254-2607
Italian Greyhound Pups
Blue, POP, CKC, Shots
2 males 904-813-9295.
JACK RUSSELL 2M, 2F,
ready on 7/9, paperS,
shots, CKC, 743-9812 I'
4 KITTENS-FREE I'
to good home, B/W
and calico. Call`
912-258-0649
or 912-576-8769 .
K KITTENS-
. Adorable free kittens,
.Lseeking relocation toa
warm loving, home'
offering lots of lap time.
287-5909 or 813-9539 -
Lab puppies AKC, block
hd 14wks HC, Playful &
lovable. POP 2M/3F,
$275; 904- 349 -3210 .
LAB PUPS, AKC, 2M/3F,"
Ch. bidline, yellow, ready
6/17. $350. 904- 716-3026
LABRADOR RETRIEVERS
10 wks. HC, chmp bid Ins
fawn Fern $350 377-3607
4/ Lhasa Apso Male.
|l Two years old,
I l1 neutered, free to
good home. Good"
with children and other
pets. 904-771-7890 -
904-497-2763
MALTESE, SHIHNTZUs,'
POMERANIANS, YORKIES
Chihuahuas 904- 374- 6177
PIT BULLS -pups, ADBA,
M/F, S/w, fawn & reds,
$200-$300 cash 497-067S -
POINTERS -bird dog
pups, 1 M, $300, 2 fern,
$250 361-8053
POMERANIAN PUPS, M/E,
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10 P piets 1230 RV's& 1325 Automotive
1010 Supplies Supplies ___________
POMERANANN-M, pup, TOWBLUE.OX ( ACURA
cute & well behaved. baseplate,driveshaft Burgundy/tan,
721-1092 It disconnect w/drive- beautiful. $27,840
PoodleoyPups Reg. Hshaft Chev. Blazer LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Poodle Toy Pups Reg. HC, 97-08, auto transmission 998-0012
50F/1M. eady to go $300obo, valued, $1300.
$450. call 386 -559-0526 2826466 ACURA TSX NAV '05
RED- NOSE PITBULL Stk 2058A $25,908
FREEto good home. 1 0 Motorcycles TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
tan, very affectionate1300 Motorcycles
call 912-322,6096 or AUDI TT CONVT.
912-399.-3857 for details o ATV POLARIS 05' '02 Only 25,000
ROTTWEILERS -12wks. Trail Blazer. Excellent miles. $20,890
dew claws & talls 1 condition. Minimal LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
removed, Ig heads, use. Red andYellow 998-0012
641-8467 $3300obo. Call Rich
912-467-3149 7\ AUTI A4 QUATTRO
Rottweller Puppies AKC, '05 2.5. $29,990
POP, HC. 2 Females, Buell Blast. 2000 998-0012
-$400 each 904-629.0273 I 500cc, engine runs
$400each 9046290273 great, low miles, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCHNAUZERS, mini, AKC, $2500obo, 269-2174, BMW 330CLC
HC. 10 males, 2 females Ivmsg. Convertible 'IC03
904-866-8565 vf Convertible 03
SHELTIES -AKC, all ages. Ford Ranger '94 White/tan. $34,840
ai sizes, $250-up. gForSale$800.4cyis LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
786-7424 or 483-6773 'new, whee s & tires 998-0012
SHIH.TZU CKC imperials call 904-866-6130 BMW 330i Sedan
shots & wormed, M/F, Harley Davidson 883XL 4 '05. Ashblue/tan.
904-214-4257/406-0144 | Sporster including Fully equip.$32,990
SHIH-TZU/F. Great lap i gear war. Must sell LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
dog Full grown & house owe $7800. Please call 998-0012
broken. 904-386-8876. Kevin 912 576-.4112
bkenT BERNA 6 8 BMW MINI COOPER S '02
ST. BERNARD PUPS, CKC HONDA 05'- 400TRX Blue/Black, 6 SPD 19K
POP, HC, $500 CASH, Must SellLow hours, MILES $17,900 #2841
904.505-9275/272-3222 \1/ $5o00obo, ASH TISDELLE800-323.-5795
912-322-7441
TOY POODLE, ACA Black BMWX33.01'06
M/9wks all shots $900. Honda 1300c. 304'3
Can email pixs 279-0011 l 68o. im Vancets White/tan." 2000"
WANED LHines, Exhuast, lots miles. $38,695
S WANTED of extras 2 yrs, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Long Hair male factory warranty + 998-0012
Dauschand pup- service, remaining.
pies for loving family sr 553-39n BMW Z43.01'05.
call 726-8784 very 7712442 ,._w Premium pkg
interested Honda Aero VT750 $35,990. 998-0012
ST 04 V&H, short LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
WEIMARANER PUPS AKC, T shots, jet kit, back.
M/F, Silv, grey & blue, HC rest luggage rack, t BUICK CENTURY 99'
For detalps 352-219-8585 dealer maintained, 4-door. 3.1L Auto-
S$6,000 OBO. 17 matic overdrive.
YORKIE Call904-406-4655 Exc. cond.. like new.
9wks. M Yorkie. AKC. cold air new paint,
$800 553-5452 Kawasaki Ninja 250 economical must.
8 04'- Like new! Only 270-5126 x 3250
YORKIE AKC, b\ c 408 miles, garage
POP, Top Quality, $900. kept. *Clean* BUICK LESABRE '00
398-4561 $2400obo, call 270-8389 StkG172 $10,988
YORKIE MINI PUPS 1M/1F TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
no papers, parents on Midnight Star 01' 1 Buick Rendezvous CXL
premise are 31bs, $700. Yamaha 1600cc, 41 T All factory toys +
904-207-0944 rake powdercoat, dealer options, exc.
VORKIE PUPS AKC lowered, Barons Bak, cond, factory warr.
1M/1F, $650 fwd controls, carbin saddle, $15,950 book for
904-284-2218 new battery tires, backrest, $17K private 282.6466
belt. Perfect Cond.
Yorkies. Maltese, Tiny 904-529-7013 /\ CADILLAC DEVILLE
Toy Chihuahuas & more. 01 \%, '04. Pearl white/

Pup sale 912 240t365 i Midnight Star. 01'G $1,98
sale. 912243 c Yamaha 160occ, Tan. $18,495
ki) 41dgre Raked Pow- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
dercoaL, lowered, 998-0012
corbin saddle, new, battery
ireanss, backrest belt' perfect $ ( CADILLAC CTS '03
cond, 904-529-7013 5.-' Pearl white/tan,
Rocket SfT. s0 TOBS"anavigation $21,980
R custom 248km, 000 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Y lS4miles, like new, 998-0012
Transportation excellent fuel
economy. Must sell fast, CADILLAC DEVlLLE '99
1200Aviation 904- 20&.1270. $1100. black/tan good cond
1205 Boats 912-673-7400 $ 5995 obo2 Ca
1210 Sailboats a. SUZUKI KATANA 03' CADIAC
1215 Boat Dockage & .600occ, 3200 miles, exc. CADILLAC
Rentals d tT cond, $4000. Call k ESCALADE 2003
1220 Marine Equipment 269-5838/1207 9233 loaded 22" rims,
and SuppliesSZentertainment system
2 and Suppies SUZUKI SV650, sunroof on-star. Clean low
1230 RV's and Supplies / 2003, miles, must see. $34K.
1235 RV Rentals I 8,500 Miles Micron C9al904923 4881
1300 Motorcycles/Mini High Mount
Bikes exhaust. Remapeo Fuel CADILLAC ESCALADE
SSystem. K&N Air Filter. 2003 loaded 22" rims
1310Auto Brokers Damien 505-7332. $4600 I entertainment system,
1310 Auto Parts OBO e sunroof, on-star,
1315 Auto Rent/Lease Sz i clean, low miles must see
1320 Antiques/Classics SuzukIVdr1400 $30,000 call 923-48B1
1325 Automobiles t 7500 Miles, Cobra CADILLAC DEVILLE '03
1335$2000 or Less c custom pipes, just StkG180 $19,988
134OTrucks/Trailers/ serviced, 7500 mile
'S check. Doyle 2138783 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
1345 Vans/Buses 608-5741 $5995 CADILLAC SEVILLE STS '02
1350Misc. Auto YAMAHA PW80-'97, StkF753 $16,988
1355Autos/Trucks great shape, fresh top TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Wanted end, $675. 880-0081 CARIOLET VW 86'
on YAMAHA XS 1100 -'79, T 70Kml,runs,.ood,
g great shape, 15k mi, kL ac/at convertible,
1205 Boats $1675. 880-0081 some small rust call
ba nit0MEnrnss_7 Lafter pmin. 912- 576-2537
4 Seadoo w/Trailer 1310 Auto Parrts CHEVY CAVALIER '03
C over 1993 CO h 1 6 X StkG254 $9988
New tires asndg t7B4$9. 0t, T S 1488
other wheel Engines for Sale (2) TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
bearings $1700 C 1979 Chevy 350 US, CHEVY CAVALIER '02
Call 904-962.5149 |$300.94'Jeeplnline StkG203 $8988
LET US 6 cylinder, $600 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
h LET USmi 2 Call Patrick.
SELL YOUR BOAT 912-576-98S5/' Chevy Caprice 1989
-Consignments Needed- 912-467-3409 88K mis 4dr,white,22"
Salter Marine 904-284-IS0155 ENGINE STAND rims Dual exhaust.To
SEADOO -'00 RXDZexc Hav e much to list.Call
Excen o 9 7Heavy duty engine 904a327-7774 Anthony
cond, 8a3hrs. $4200. build, 360 degrees.
Call 215-7388 rotation, $75, 2646364 CHEVY CORVETTE '05
fi I' Keywest 02' 0 HUBCAPS 63'Impala TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371,4877
ishYnA boatw/ 50hp 1 S SS, setof4Wgoodto
load w/dtraler. $8L very good cond. CHEVY IMPALA '06. 20
90471t0r-84. 904.321- 0274. $35 rims at, cd, pw/p119k
904- 71 t 6184. ml tact warr $17,900
www,keywestboatslc.com/ TIRES-LIKE NEW BF obo. Call 813-3152
boats/1520ex.html I Goodrich P195/65R15
S15' 10" Canoe (2) life never mounted. Call CHEVY IMPALA LS '05
Svest paddle $250. Cat 215- 0038 Iv msg $150. StkF836 $16,588
top carrier Included. TIRES/ RIMS -265/65/R17 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
359-6192 Nissan Pathfinder. '05. CV IMA
or 287-6116. BOB $350 ea OBO 629-9122 5tkF933 $19,988
S LOWEJON BOAT .A, Toyota Tacoma TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S16ft. 1985, long trailer, Bed Liner Single
4 ;1 75hp.Evinrude, 1983 I cab $50. 553-7528 CHEVY MALIBU '02
50hp Johnson, 1974 after 5:00prm StkG103 $10,988
$1800 for alL 744.1794/ n TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
742-3525 Antiques/ CHEVY MALIBU 01
4 lift. Mo enarh. 115Rhp, 1320 T 2oBUe CHEVY MALIBU '01
2 4s Monhs.Runsh 1320 Classics StkG167 $8988
stroke Johnson. Runs ___ 90kbmi,_c1_d TOM B TOPLEX 371-4877
excellent needs tran- TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877
sum work and new 1956 Plymouth Belvedere .\ CHRYSLER 300 '05
floor boards. $1600obo. 63kmi, all parts, needs athr Nvi
Rich 912-467-3149 work. $1500.874-7629 Leather, CD, Navi,
aLTD. $27,995
S 18ft Regal Marine 1971 MERCEDES BENZ, LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE
S 2000 in/out board, mint cond, runs great, 980
1 new HP190, engine, $9500obo. 904-268-7730 998-0012
hrGalvinized 20ft, 1990 CADILLAC EL 7N: CHRYSLER PT LTD
shorelander trailer great DORADO COUPE, all k!P: CRUISER LTD
cond.,$12,200.472.3678/ pwr, great shape, exc TURBO '04$13,640
282-0493 cond, $3500. 771-6160 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
19' SEA CHASER '02, CADIL
115Yam '03, 4strk, exc CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 998-0012
cond, $15K. 912-258.0859 BROUGHAM* ;* CHRYSLER CROOSFIRE 04
S JET SKI's (2) W/O $ A S Stk#G229 $22,688
Trailer. Call for details i$650 CASH TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
i V after 6pm, adn early CHRYSLER PACIFICA *04
onweek ends asking, 1976 Blue int. & ext., 160k Stk#G154 $18,488
f or all. $2K. 904-529-8263 mi., flip down foot rests TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
20ft Searay Sunrunner for passengers in back-
S 91'. Inboard/ seats, runs/needs some CHRYSLER TOWN & CNTRY
I Outboard, 350;,5.7L, body restoration work. '03 Stk#917B $12,588
S0000botras Don't let this deal (or TOMUS
710-3475 or 777-6829 Tony car) rust away. CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
. Regal 2001,2760 fully ****?* Stk#G098 $10,788
Loaded, sleeps 6, kept Call 537- 0961 Today TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
In dry storage, ac/&
Seat' microwave, 2 CORVETTE 87' RED Q. Chrysler LeBaron
fridges, tv/vcr and more. I 9A500 mi, runs great / Convertible, '94
Booksat $70LK. Asking $65K. dL, exc. cond.$9900. I)' Excellent condi-
287-5228 Firm call Patsy wk tion. new top,
912-573-4479 (hm) $3,100 912- 673. 6949
4 MONTERAY 208si 904- 225. 8310
S2004, 24hrs, 5.0 L Chrysler Sebring
| 1 V8, AM/FM/CD. GMC 1500 1972 TRUCK 04'. Conv. GTC Blk
SSwim Platform, Good shape $2800. j onblkl Ithr, 6 disc
excellent condition. 904-568-7264 4 changer, auto
STandem axle trailer, cruise, 30K miles,
$22,500. 813-4819. VOLKSWAGEN $15,500 912.576-&7794
hi. BEETLE 69'.
23' HYDRA SPORT CC '04 \j" BEETLE RUNS GREATil DISHWASHER
Like new w/200 Yamaha replaced, engine, range (almond/black)
I Alum trir, Lded. Must transaxle, rebuilt carborator an push type edger,
sell $33,900 904.536-8091 complete brake job. $ 550 each, allworking
4 fl 6HP Evinrude exc. $2Kobo. 288-8270 condition 781-3681
|J1 tank forward & 12'a^ Automotive Stk#G266 $11,988
^reverse, $500. 292- 0881J A Atoo e TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Boats, Motors, & Trailers ,., ACURA 01' CL-S. Black FORD E'06
Any Condition! / tan leather, sunroof, Silver/Grey, 19K Miles,
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440 wheels, 90k miles, LE 800- 323- S795
__ _______ ___ $13,750obo. 476.2128 FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
230n RV'S& COOL CAR! Stk#G020 $8988
1230 Supplies 4- Acura Integra 95' TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
05 pa, new rimsatires, FORD MUSTANG GT '05
AIRSTREAM& TRAIL pan,- gret cond., Coupe, red/red Ithr
MANOR TRAVEL T 115k miles, clean bin- upgrade wheels, spoiler
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES moving. $5400 oo, racing stripes, 5sp, real
Sales, Service, Parts Ron9047074778 head turner. $25,400
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales (7XACURA RL '04 Nav obo. Call 813-3152
Alachua (386) 462.3039 ,y sunroof, CD, only FORD MUSTANG GT'04
10-541- 39,000 mi. $27,980 Stk#1570A $16,988
Allegro Bus 1998, 37', LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Freight iner XC chassis; 998-0012
275HP, turbocharged 9/90 FORD MUSTANG
3126 Caterpillar Diesel ACURA RL 04 Pearl wht \-a GT '02 Only 36,000
- engine with Allison. 6 17K mi, loaded, Navi. m lies. $17,990
, speed transmission, $27,500 obo. 813-3152 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
to list with the mile- 4. ACURA RSX 05' 998-0012
*age about 50k. Only Silver sunroof CD/AC, FORD TAURUS SEL '06
$68,946.00 090 auto 19K mi, ext.
(904)294-6223 or warranty exc. cond Stk#G219 $19,988
(904)289-4481 $19K obo. 910- 0480 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
A must see online at
http://www.jacksonville ACURA TL 3.2 '03 Blue at, FORD TAURUS SEL '05
fflorida.bizimoto.htm spoiler 69k mi, exc cond Stk#G032 $13,788
4 ,S. AVION 5TH WHEEL $19,300 obo. 813-3152 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
T 95', 36' two slides.
Upgraded cabinets, __________________________________
awnings on all win-
dows. Call John. 254-6168/
229.921-4801. $15K


1325 Automotive
FORD T-BIRD '05
Stk#G239 $29,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD T-BIRD '02
Only 18,000 miles.
$24,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC ENVOY '03, owner,
all pwr, 32.300mi, blue
book value $22,500.
$20obo 215. 9836/465- 0345
HONDA ACCORD
EX '05. Leather,
V6, CD. $20,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
.. HONDA ACCORD LX 96'
Sedan, 4cyk, auto, all
in power, exc. gas
mileage. Great grad
gift. $5500. 904 294-6946
HONDA ACCORD LX '05
Stk#7444B $18,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC LX '06
Stk#9236B $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC EX '05
Stk#9164A $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC LX '03
4DR, PWLKS $12,900.
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA PILOT EX '03
Stk#3299C $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA PRELUDE '00
Pearl wht, sunrf, 5spd,
low miles, just seviced,
$12,400 obo. 813-3152
4 Honda Prelude 96'
5spd, new rims and
.- tires, tons of
after- market/new
parts. $3500 firm.
Call 860.857.3126
HYUNDAI TIBURON 97'
S automatic a/c, pwr
1 windows, 2 door runs
Good small dent.
$2500. Call 912-882-6444

HYUNDAI TIBURON '05
Stk#F982 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '03
Stk#G082 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI SONATA '02
Stk#G190 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI G35 '03 Sliver at,
36k mi, loaded, leather,
just serviced $25,600
obo. Call 813-3152
INFINITI G35 Sedan
S 03. Only 29,000 mi
Beautiful! $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
LEXUS ES300 '01
3 Stk#F942 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS GS430 '02 Gold/
tan, loaded, exc cond
$23,800'ob9. 813-3152
Lexus I/s 400
1996 v-8, 115k,
green/3hd fully
loaded excellent condi-
tion, boise radio, pre-
mion package, $8200.00
904-571-9193
Lincoln Town Car 1995-
one owner, always
garaged 80,300 miles,
white/grey. Excellent
$7,400 OBO. 731-4660
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
EXECUTIVE $12,900
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4 Lincoln TwnCar 95
signature one owner,
I like new, 74K mi, exc.
mileage, garage kept,
service records available,
$12K.flrm. Leather
386-437-0124/386- 793-8660
/N MAZDA MIATA '01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful! $11,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4 Mazda Miata '00
leather, new top,
S extended war-
ranty, 52k miles,
$12k OBO. Call 403-3556
4, MAZDA MIATA 00;
S sp, convertible,
leather, fully loaded,
$50KSL11K912-729-1892
641 MERCURY SABLE
LS '03. Leather, CD
Beautiful $10,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCURY GR MARQ '01
Stk#G240 $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MERCURY SABLE LS '05
Stk#G107 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE RS '03
6623A $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX .3714877
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT '03
G031 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 MUSTANG GT 04'
S Orange, charcoal
t leather, int. 4.L, 5sp,
40th anniversary ed.,
21,500 miles, asking $19,500.
904-302- 3040
/%,NISSAN 350Z Cony.
Vyp '04 Touring. Only
17,000 mi. $33,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN 350Z CNV '05
Stk#4577A $31,998
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN 350Z '03
Stk#1628E $19,998
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN 350Z '05, Touring
car, 4500mi, Nav., $28K.
Like new. 904-940-9806
NISSAN ALTIMA '02
Stk#F981 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, NISSAN MAXIMA
0 00' 94K miles,
I / black on black
leather. Sunroof
everything. $9K
912-882-4899/
912-258,1820. Lv msg if
no answer
PONTIAC G6 GT '05. 19K
white, spoiler, tint, whis
full warr, just serviced
$18,300 obo. 813-3152
PONTIAC VIBE '03
Stk#5677b $13,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC GR PRIX '02
Stk#G039 $13,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP '03, Super
charger, Ided, 28kmi,
asking $2K under loan
value 904-333.0147

4, PORSCHE BOXSTER 03'
T 4K miles. REd with
black interior and top.


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@ Pefan Park Flea Market
Coleman Caravan
Travel Trailer 02'
26 foot, 2 slides,
bunlkbeds, central air.
Sleeps 7 new microwave,
new awning. John 705 7024
JAYCO Eagle 5th WhI '96
29' long, Irg slide, like
A new, new tires, $10,000.
hobo. Call 904-465-5735


TOM BUSH MINI B6
9875 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32225

1(800) 542-1996
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VW GTI 03 espd, sunrf,
,Ss spoiler, whis.just ser-
S viced 24k m, fact warr.
(- ~ $16,700 obo. 813-3152
SIi VW PASSAT GLX-
: 04'. 4D black. 1SK
Ei~-i..1.n-m= --|-4 E I miles, exe. cond.
$21,500 obo. Please
call 576-9585 for details.
'02 ACURA 3.5RL
CD, leather, sunroof 1335$2000 or Less
$18,859 FORD TAURUS OL '91, all
AUDI pwr. exc cond, all opt's,
'02 AUDI A4 aloys, $1950obo 716-1805
Wagon Avant HONDA CIVIC 94'
One owner, leather, / New tires. Runs great,
sunroof JI i excellent gas mileage,
$18,859 $1300.269- 5460
4 Mechanical Special
'02 BMW 5251 Ford Taurus 93, needs
Wannn .transmission, drive-


Premium package ,
leather, sunroof
$18,859

'03 CADILLAC
CTS
One owner, Ithr, CD
$19,859
'03 FORD
EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, sunroof,
leather
$18,859
'02 HONDA
ACCORD 4dr
Only 40K ml, AT, CD
$9,859
'04 HUMMER H2
Sunroof, leather, 3rd
seat, XM radio
$35,859

'05 LANDROVER
RangeRovei HSE
Navigation, sunroof
$57,859
'05 LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR
Sunroof, leather,
running boards
$35,859
'05 MITSUBISHI
ECLIPSE
One owner, 12K ml
$14,859
'04 ACURA MDX
Topring, leahter,
sunroof, one owner
$29,859
'04 CADILLAC
ESCALADE.
Leather, CD, one
,owner
S$32,859

'03 FORD
MUSTANG
Convertible
Only 31,000miles
$13,859
'03 TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER
Limited, AC, V6, one
owner
$18359
'05 NISSAN
ALTIMA 2.5 SE
4dr, AT, sunroof
$15,859

Brumos Porsche
Purchase from the
only Factory
Authorized Porsche
Dealer
904- 725- 9155

SATURN ION '03
Stk#G212A $8588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN L100 '02
'Stk#G205 $10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA AVALON
kg XLS '03 Extra low
miles. $17,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CELICA GT 2000
5 spd, Very clean, runs
great, A/C, sunroof,
new tires and Enkel
wheels, TRD exhaust,
87k miles, $8500 OBO.
Call 207-7354
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '95,
4dr, silv, 76,565mi, lown
exc cond, $4500. 744-3937
TOYOTA COROLLA LE
05' blue automatic,
,kj)am/fm/cd cruise con-
trol, exc. cond, only
23K miles, $15,600.
269- 5838/207-9233
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. #11969A
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- S795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '01
GLS 1.8T, White/Char-
coal $11,250 #L11101A
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '02.
GLS, Silver AT, 4cyl, AC,
am/fm airbags, ABS
P. brakes $14,150. #2942
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '03
GL, Green $15950, #2991
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '04
GLS w/ Leather, Grey,
$18,425, #2998
ASH TISDELLE 800323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '02
GLS w/ Leather, Blue/
Grey, $14,950 #2996
ASH TIbELLE 800- 323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GLS, 1.8T, White/Char-
coal, $17,900, #2993
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GLS White/Charcoal,
$13,950 #3001
ASH TISDPELLE 800- 323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GLS, Silver/Charcoal,
$14,950, #2981
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GLS, Grey, $18,950, #2994
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '02
GLS White/Charcoal,
$14,950 #2997
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323-5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GL Silver, $15,950, #2995
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323- 5795
VOLKSWAGEN JETTA '03
GL, Grey, $14,450, #2982
ASH TISDELLE 800- 323-5795
. VOLVO S80 '06
*3 AWD, fully
equipped. Only 425
miles. $35,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

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Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

7 ACURA MDX'05
Only 9000 miles,
champ/tan $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
f CADILLAC
ESCALADE '06
Pearl white/tan,
$38,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f = CADILLAC
SESCALADE '03
Black Beauty! Fully
equipped. $27,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CadlllacEscalade 03'
loaded. 22" rims, ent.
_1 ys., sunroof, on star,
clean low miles, must
see.$31K call 923-4881
CHEVY 84', 4X4
K- 10, lifted, 38.5,
super mudders. 350
eng, SWB. $2800 obo.
904-563.3538
CHEVY BLAZER '02
StkG159 $12,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
a CHEVY BLAZER 00'
4wd, ps, pb, pw,
cruise, new tires, new
front brakes, great
cond, $7K.or take over
payments, 904 241.5373
Chevy S 10 02'
8spd, ac, custom,
S paint, lowered, toneau
cover, custom wheels,
$9500obo. 912-729-7643
Chevy Sl0 '00 6cyl, lock
- able topper & toolbox,
rack $4000. 904-254- 9105
CHEVY SILVERADO '05
StRG122 $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
i CHEVY TAHOE LT
'04 Moonroof, CD,
quad seats,
chrome wheels. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


ACURA
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000


BENTLEY- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Bvd.
Longwood/Oldando FR 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060

CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC

4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 824-9181


COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 MerrillRd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

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

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Femrn Bch.
1-800-228-7454


ATLANTIC DODGE
OF ST.AUGUSTINE
'3l) ij 'Sr,.i 354-4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10'J9 ALiiib,. 8lvil 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
i,il i-ri (, j rm, 264-2416

ORANGE PARK DODGE
'i ilii BilV) 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
I- .b 129 F Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
I;' L-u )i Ave 384-6561


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $20,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TAHOE'01
Stk6805B $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY YUKON '02, gold
w/tan Ithr int., fully Ided,
mint cond, must see,
satellite radio, 22"
chrome whis. $21,800obo
904-477-4061/363-0289
Dodge 2500 '01 V.8 Snol
cab, auto, a/c, 69Km .
Payoff $7500. 237-3706
4 DODGE DURANGO SLT
SPLUS 2000.5.9VL 8 cyl,
V sliver, 3ro row seating,
109k miles, $7500. Just
a beautiful SUV. Sailor
PCSING to SIG1542- 7419
4 DODGE DYNASTY
92', White, Immacu-
late, In/out. Runs
great, everything
working good. $1900.
DODGE QUAD RAM '03
Stk#4661A $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE RAM 2500 '04
Quad Cab, 48K mi, Sspd
great work truck, exc
cond., hemi motor
$17,900 obo. 813-3152
DODGE RAM 150 PU '90
$800obo; Nissan PU '97
$3500obo; Honda Pre-
lude '94 $3200obo; Ford
Focus '03 $6500obo;
Ford Galaxy 00 '70, 2dr
convert., 351 Windsor
$3000obo; 904-753-1247
FORD BRONCO 78'
new motor, 38"
swampers, B6K
Invested. Body's
a little rough. $3K obo,
Rick 912-882-8606
Ford Bronco 94'
T O XLT,O4" lift 33" tires
V rebuilt trans, cold ac,
$5E99Pbo. Call
912-882-7289 after 4pm
FORD EXPEDITION XLT 03
59k, wht/tan, tow pkg,
nu tires recent service
$17,400 obo. 813-3152
/7% FORD EXPEDITION
'y '03 Eddie Bauer,
4x4. $23,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPEDITION '02
Stk#6238B $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPLORER '02
Stk#1666A $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD EXPLORER '00
Stk#1856D $9488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SFord Expedition 00'
4 XLT- Automatic,
| k 98,300 miles, power
everything. Cruise
leather, rear air, asking,
.. $11,500. Call
912- 673-8630 or
912-6742867
4 FORD F-.1504X4.
SSuper- Cab AFR-heads
V cam heders intake,
chip & more, $7300.
Call 904,797.6735 Iv msg
FORD F-150 '04
Stk#G237 $13,788
Trnu nBUSH AiFrrnn rV L 37A1.


Trucks.
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
FORD F 150. 95' SW
5sp, 6cyl, 96,600 miles,
\ original owner, great
shape, $4300. Call
Days. 783-9272 after 6pm,
631-0219
FORD F- 350 XLT 97'
7.3L Diesel Crew
Cab, Dually, 152-
doom, 5-speed,
many extras, $15K obo.
Call 912- 57& 9855/
912.467-3909
FORD XCAB F-150 '05
Stk#3428D $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FREIGHTUNER SPRINTER
MODEL 2500SHC '2006
140" WB Only 1,500
Miles $31,000 Call
John J & L Services
642-6695
4 GMC Conversion
Van 92' Couch and
four captains chairs,
TV/VCR, surround
sound, am/fm cassette, 97K
miles. $5K. 997-9741
( GMC DENALI XL' 04
(9 White/tan, fully
equipped. $31,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
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
'04. Extra low
miles. $26,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HN GMC YUKON SLT
03 BIk/tan, Ithr,
CD, sunrf. $22,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
/ HONDA CRY EX '04
f Low miles,
Equipped. $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( ,\ HONDA RIDGELINE
\ JE '06 EX 4x4
Like new. $30,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
J INFINITI QX56 '05
Navigation DVD
Fully Equip.$41,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP CHEROKEE
SLAREDO 91'. White.
t. 146K miles, 6 cyl.
Locks/windows. pwr,
auto, am/fm/cass, a/c. New
shocks. Battery water
pump. $2500.744-1794
JEEP CHEROKEE '96, 4L,
Cold AC, runs gd, 128kmi,
$2650 cash obo 886-2462
Jeep Grand Cherokee 97'
V6, Ithr, all fact. opt's.
CD, sunroof. $4800obo.
Looks/runs grt. 655.1674
/7N JEEP GRAND
_!=9F CHEROKEE '04 Wht
tan, 30K mi.$17,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP LIBERTY '03


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
KEYSTONE 04'
T 24ft, still new, used,
Slf one time, $15,800. Buy
From bank or cash.
904 241.-9339 for app
KIA OPTIMA EX '04
Stk#G062 $11,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA RIO 4DR '04
Stk#G030 $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
KIA SHORTAGE 02
Exc. cond. red loaded
58K ml, $7800; '781-0608
LEXUS RX300 '02
Stk#F868 $23,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
LEXUS RX300 '99, fully
Ided, owner, gar kept,
$13Kobo. 904 994,0212
/ V LINCOLN
NAVIGATOR '04
Black/tan, like
new. $32,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
MERCEDES ML320 '03
Sport, AT, 6Cyl, Leather
Sunroof, 39K Miles,
$23,500 #2901
Ash Tisdelle 800- 323-579S
MITSUBISHI MONTERO LS
'10. Stk 3260D $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN 350Z '03 Coupe,
6spd. Titanium 46K mi
$22,400 Oho. 813-3152
NISSAN FRONTIER '01,
XCab. AT, Air, alloys, lid,
$8500. 904-771.1493
NISSAN PATHFINDER '03
Stk#G113 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
/" NISSAN PATH-
S- FINDER LE '01
Leather,CD $14,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN TITAN XE,
S2006 White/Black
11J AM/FM/CD, Bed-
liner class III, hitch,
4200 miles. Excellent
Condition, $18,300.
813-4819.
NISSAN XTERRA '01
Stk#G271 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN XTERRA '00
Stk#8402B $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


NORDfl FLiA lM C ERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
n MERCURY OF ORE PARK
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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



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


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVEJAES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.ciautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotve.con
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORA E PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomoWte.com


COGGIN NISSANATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 South, St Aug. 904-794-990

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


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

NIMNICHT PONTIAC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



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



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd
Longwood/Orlando Fl407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnnichtcomn


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
3u1 i,,l,,g Bivli 779-0071
SIfURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlitic Blvd. 725-8200


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
TOYOTA TUNDRA '04 Lnt
4x2 X-Cab, tonneau
cover, side bars, V8
auto. 40kml fact warr
$22,400 obo. 813-3152
TOYOTA TUNDRA
SRS Dble cab 04',
loaded, low miles,



PRE-RUNNER, ExC cond,
$20kobo. 904-543-0611

1345 Vans/Buses.
CHEVY VENTURE '02
StkG225 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487?
CHRYSLER TOWN A CNTRY
'99 Stk# BUCG210A $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
4, DODGE GRAND
G CARAVAN S99'. Exc
condition. All records,
131K miles, green, tan
Imnt., $SG9Oobo. Green Cove,
9042M840047 ,
4 DODGE GRAND
Caravan, 2000, "
Runs and Looks '
t Great! 99K, Blue, .10
disc CD. $3500 Argyle ,
(904)233-7562. ,
DODGE GR CARAVAN '06
Stk#G206 $17,9888.5
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD E-1S0 VAN '05"
Stk#F798 $13,788 ,
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORO WINDSTAR '02' '
Stk#F980 $11,988-
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371k4,9_4
FORD WINDSTAR '99, Sdil-
7pass, A/C. 74kml, '"
$4100obo. 904-805-9076
& GMC CONVERSION 4
S VAN 92'- couch an84

sound, am/ftm cass.97K
miles, $3500.997- 9741 ,
HONDA ODYSSEY '02:"
Stk#G185 $16,988 "
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3719'47,
NISSAN QUEST '01-
Stk#4217B $10,988-
TOM BUSnAUrTOPLEX 371-4m
OLDS SILHOUETTE VANW
'98 Loaded $4000-"
568-7237 -

1 50Miscellaueous
13 Auto,,-,
SEADO 93' w/trall= r
cover, new tiresa-
wheel beaWlnos $10
call1904-962- 5
SStarcraft 199917 ft
I pop-up camped,
W sleeps 6 ice cold-
A/C meticously main-
tained, garage kept
spare mire $1999.00 -*
813-4819
YERDOOG (New) 28-'
/ hours on motor. Dumn
Mj bed. runs great 2


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. -,641-6455



KEN CHANCEYSUZUKI
1285 Ca, sl Ave 3897700

CITY SUZUKI
1085 AilarutBld 998-7111.
www.ctyautmotive.com



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762

COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
1u04 Pniips HWy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngemnan Circle. 771-9100

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

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561



ASH TISDELLEVW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVOO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694





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

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002

DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlanc Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

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

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





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11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


BOARD FORD
St Augustine 353-6797
Floia's Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (ulee)- 225-3673
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673


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


COGGIN HONDA ON AILAIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


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



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
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MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Femrn Bch. 1-800-228-7454

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


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


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11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500






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