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Camp takes helm
Sso be careful
,, .By Kaylee LaRocque
According to the experts at the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Preventive
Medicine Division, the mosquito pop-
ulation at NAS Jacksonville and the Yellow
Water Housing Area has been quite low this
year due to the lack of rain during our
spring and summer season.
"We have a very aggressive mosquito sur-
veillance program here which runs May
through October. Our job is to collect the
mosquitoes that are brought in by contrac-
tors who set up traps, count and identify
them and determine if we need to spray in
specific areas," said HMC(AW/FMF) Vernon
Stiles, division officer of the Preventive
Medicine Division. "But, just because you
don't get bit as much on base, doesn't mean
you won't three blocks outside the gate. We
just have a very stringent program here.
Any time we have an increased mosquito
count, we notify Public Works Department
and they have our contractors spray to
reduce the number of adult mosquitoes."
One interesting fact is that only the
female adult mosquitoes bite. "We go
around the base to identify breeding sources
for the female mosquitoes. What a lot of
people don't realize is that mosquitoes
require a water source to reproduce," added
Stiles. "If there is no standing water, we
won't have mosquitoes, so we try to elimi-
nate it by educating people to dump wading
pools, flower pots, children's toys and any-
thing that holds water."
The preventive medicine division not only
runs the mosquito control program for the
base and Yellow Water but they also cover
the Defense Reutilization and Marketing
Office and Whitehouse Outlying Field.
Mosquitoes can transmit several types of
diseases to humans and animals including
Photos by Shannon Leonard
The NAS jax Golf Club is officially open for business.
New golf clubhouse
holds grand opening
By MC3 Mark Braden I,- .'I R ' : -.' i M
More than 100 peo-
ple turned out for
the NAS Jax Mor-
ale Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Golf Clubhouse rib-
bon cutting ceremony July
11. The 18,000-square-foot
clubhouse took 16 months
to build at a cost of 4.2 mil-
The new golf clubhouse
showers and locker rooms.
The restaurant has four 50-
inch plasma televisions and
an unobstructed view of a
television no matter where
you sit in the restaurant.
See GOLF, Page 16
(From left) NAS Jacksonville Golf Director Tim Hooks;
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel; NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson;
and David Pepper, president of Harry Pepper Company, cuts
the ribbon at the grand-opening ceremony of the new golf
clubhouse July 11.
Photo by HM I (FMF) Paul Kane
This Psorophora species mosquito is a large
mosquito that is more of a nuisance than a
public health threat. It is an aggressive biter
when disturbed and has a painful bite.
viruses like St. Louis encephalitis (SLE),
Eastern Equine encephalitis (EEE), dengue
fever and other non-viral diseases like
malaria. Very few cases of malaria or
dengue fever are ever reported in the United
States and in the majority of those cases, the
disease is acquired while traveling outside
the United States. In this country, SLE and
EEE are well established and West Nile is
becoming more widespread within this coun-
try. The first notable outbreak of St. Louis
encephalitis occurred in 1974. The next year
95 people died from the disease and nearly
2,000 were infected. The disease is still
around today, but the number of cases has
fallen to about 128 annually.
Although the West Nile virus was first
identified in 1937 in a West Nile District in
Uganda, Africa, the first case didn't surface
in the United States until 1999 when it was
discovered in New York. That year, seven
people died from the disease and 55 were
hospitalized. Since then it has been making
its way across the country with
new cases identified nearly every day. It
has also been discovered throughout the
Middle East and in Eastern Europe.
According to the Center for Disease
Control and Prevention, there were 3,000
human cases and 119 deaths attributed to
See MOSQUITOES, Page 16
Florida joins the 3-foot Passing Law states
Florida recently passed legislation (H.B. 7079) saying that "the
driver of a vehicle overtaking a bicycle or other nonmotorized
vehicle must pass the bicycle or other nonmotorized vehicle at a
safe distance of not less than three feet between the vehicle
and the bicycle or other nonmotor-
Arizona, Minnesota, Oklahoma,
Utah, and Wisconsin also have
similar laws on their books.
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JlK Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20; 2006
Looking back in time ...
Former NAS jax Commanding Officer Capt. A. Maelstrom cuts the cake commemorating the base's eighth anniversary in
Former NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. A. 1. Malstrom cuts the cake commemorating the base's eighth anniversary in
Editor's Note: In last week's Jax Air News, the Page 2 photo was apparently taken in .1941 or 1942, not in the 1950s.
Pnmfg fw "s sh l1od S
T he Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Depart-
Preparedness Division is
offering a special training
program to help citizens
V deal with emergency situa-
The Jacksonville Commu-
nity Emergency Response
Team (CERT) is a program
developed to train and edu-
te citizens in recognition,
- response and recovery from
a major disaster when
emergency services can't
My wife and I have three
credit cards and two debit
cards. She is always com-
plaining that I use the cred-
it card too much and she
never knows how much
money we have.
She wants me to use a
debit card so that the money
is taken out of our account
right away and we don't
over spend. I think credit
cards are safer than debit
cards and I don't trust debit
cards. Who is right?
Should we be using credit
cards or debit cards?
I recommend that you
control the use of both
cards. The problem you
seem to be having is that
you and your wife spend too
much. Both credit cards
and debit cards allow you to
spend now and pay later.
The best way to get ahead
financially is spend less
than you make every month
and save the difference. If
you are going, to use credit
or debit cards, it is impor-
tant to understand the dif-
Essentially a debit card is
an old-fashioned ATM card
with a Master Card or Visa
logo on it. It can be used as
either a PIN-protected card
(good thing) or just like a
credit card, with only a sig-
nature required (bad thing).
Consequently, debit cards
carry a much greater liabili-
ty than credit cards. .
Legally, your ulti mate lia-
bility for a credit card is '$50
and some companies wive
this charge. In addition, if
there is a credit card dis-
pute, you are trying".to
determine if you owe the
If someone uses your debit
card fraudulently, potential-
ly all of your money could be
drained from you checking
account and you will be
fighting to recover your own
money back into your own
checking account! It could
take the bank 10 days or
more to investigate and
refund your money.
In. the meantime, bills
must be paid and the money
you thought you had in your
checking account is not
available. Since credit cards
are safer, I prefer them to
debit cards. However, finan-
cial problems occur when
we spend more than we
earn. Remember, the key is
to spend less than you earn
and to save and invest the
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.
Classes are ongoing and
volunteers are always need-
ed. The next class begins
Aug. 12 and will be held
three consecutive Saturdays
for eight hours each day at
the Duval County
Center in the Fir'e and
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.
Available from Commercial News Providers"
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
5 p.m. Catholic Mass
8:15 a.m. Holy
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
MEET R SRILOR...
ABE3 JORGE LINAREZ
Hometown: North Plainfield,
Family Life: Single
Past Duty Stations: USS Abraham Lincoln
(CVN 72), USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)
Career Plans: To complete my college
Most Interesting Experience: Going on
a Western Pacific cruise on board USS Ronald
Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!
MEET R CIVILIRN . .
Assistant Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department
Hometown: Pensacola, Fla.
Family Life: Taken
Past Duty Stations: LaMaddelana. Italy
Career Plans: To become an event planner.
Most Interesting Experience:
Completing my Morale, Welfare and
Recreation internship in Italy.
Words of Wisdom: Try hard to form your
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
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'Nightdippers' train with EOD unit
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 Public Affairs Officer
he "Nightdippers" of HS-5
completed four flight evolu-
tions, totaling over eight
hours of flight time last week
with individuals from Explosive
Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Mobile
Unit 6. The training allowed for
a perfect match, as the EOD unit
detachment qualified two new
rope masters, while the
Nightdipper's pilots and aircrew
honed their naval special warfare
tactics and procedures.
The invaluable joint training
focused on some of the various
insertion and extraction methods
that the versatile Nightdipper
helicopters provide to special
operation units. Scenarios on the
first day emphasized the various
overland insertion methods,
including both fast-roping EOD
troops to a simulated ship bridge-
wing and utilizing special patrol
insertion and extraction (SPIE)
rigging. Squadron members con-
ducted the training in a remote
corner of NAS Jacksonville,
where a 10 by 10 square painted
Photos by Lt. Trevor Prouty
Members of the explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team prepare to be
lifted more than 400 feet in the air as part of the special patrol insertion
and extraction rig training, As the HS-5 helicopter begins a slow climb,
the EOD personnel will be effortlessly lifted from the ground.
on the ground effectively simulat-
ed the ship bridge-wing. The HS-
5 pilots and aircrew practiced
both day and night events.
The second day of combined
training emphasized over-water
situations and techniques. The
first scenario involved the inser-
tion and extraction of EOD per-
sonnel utilizing a caving ladder
By maintaining a steady 15 feet
hover over the water, Canvas
616, a HS-5 helicopter, allowed
the EOD swimmers to carefully
climb a collapsible ladder into the
aircraft. In addition to this exer-
cise, the Nightdippers also
teamed with the EOD Sailors to
practice the pivotal task of
destroying enemy mines. This
evolution occurred just south of
the Mulberry Cove Marina, and
required substantial coordination
between all involved.
"The wind and currents out on
the St. Johns River made this a
very realistic training scenario.
The amount of coordination
required between the swimmers
and aircrew is astounding," said
Lt. James Malvasio, a HS-5 pilot.
Photos courtesy of HS-5
A helicopter belonging to Naval Strike and Air Warfare
Center sits atop a peak in one of the mountain ranges
surrounding NAS Fallon, Nev. A HS-5 pilot landed the
aircraft in the landing zone, at an elevation of more
than 8,000 feet, as part of the mountain flying course.
Six "Nightdipper" pilots successfully completed the
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Naval Air Depot Jax commanding
officer kicks off AIRSpeed Project
By Frank Taormina
Naval Air Depot Jax
Public Affairs Specialist
Naval Air (NAVAIR)
cer Capt. John Scanlan II
recently kicked off his Black
Belt Project, AIRSpeed
In a meeting at the depot
June 13, Scanlan addressed
the AIRSpeed team on the
importance of working as a
team to accelerate AIRSpeed
implementation so the en-
tire depot is fully engaged
with Lean and Six Sigma.
This is about fundamentally
changing the way the depot
does its job every day by
using the tools of AIRSpeed.
Scanlan attended two
weeks of Black Belt train-
ing at the GE school in
Cincinnati, Ohio. His next
step is to complete his
Black Belt project, which is
no small task. "The purpose
of the project is to drive the
use of AIRSpeed in all
parts of the Depot and at
every level of the organiza-
tion," Scanlan stated.
"We will be measuring our
AIRSpeed maturity as a
leading indicator for our
true objective, which is the
improved performance to
our Hoshin goals of quality,
cost and delivery to sched-
ule. It is about the activities
we do to improve, not the
numerical score for an area."
Once Scanlan completes
his Black Belt project, the
depot will be in line with
Rear Adm. Michael Har-
dee's and NAVAIR
AIRSpeed Champion Rear
Adm. Walter Skinner's
vision of. being an
AIRSpeed driven facility.
Already a leader in the air-
craft repair industry and
the largest employer in
northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia, the
depot is continually seeking
opportunities to improve.
The depot is leading the
way in the use of
AIRSpeed, which is part of
NAVAIR's solution to re-
duce the cost of doing busi-
ness. AIRSpeed is a proven
set of business tools to
achieve cost-wise readiness
through a system of contin-
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using tools such as Theory
of Constraints (TOC), Lean
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Lean uses incremental
improvements to constantly
eliminate waste and create
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improvement strategy that
is based on reducing the
variation of critical ele-
ments to improve the out-
put of the process. Six-
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understanding of customer
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facts, data, statistical
analysis, and diligent
attention to the control of
TOC is a system wide ,
view that helps identify key
constraints in processes
and apply resources to,.
those constraints to elimi-
Simply put, AIRSpeed is
a plant-wide approach to
improving productivity and
efficiency, which results in
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Six members of Explosive
Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit
6 soar through the air over NAS
Jacksonville July 12.
VP-45 'Pelicans' host VIP
By Lt. j.g. Toby Hall
he "Pelicans" of VP-45
recently conducted a
two-hour P-3 orienta-
tion flight for Assistant
Secretary of the Navy for
Research, Development and
Acquisition Dr. Delores
included Etter, Capt. David
Norris (executive assistant
to Etter), Deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Navy for
Ship Programs Allison
Stiller and Capt. Brian
Antonio (executive assistant
The flight gave them an
opportunity to experience a
typical day in the maritime
patrol and reconnaissance
Several topics were dis-
cussed during the flight
warfare, maritime surveil-
lance, intelligence surveil-
lance and reconnaissance,
crew training, Consolidated
Maintenance program and a
short discussion on the
"bridge" to multi-mission
maritime aircraft (MMA).
The orientation began
with an introduction of the
acoustic operator station by
AWl(NAC) Erika Carbone
that included a short discus-
sion on the acoustic suite,
highlighting the P-3's core
Etter was captivated with
Carbone's description about
the community's Onboard
Training Program that
gives real world contact
experience to the upgrading
operator while on the deck,
reducing flight hour
The discussion migrated
Photo courtesy of VP-45
VP-45 Commanding Officer Mark Turner presents Assistant Secretary of the Navy for
Research, Development and Acquisition Dr. Delores Etter with a flag that was flown over Iraq
after her orientation flight with the squadron.
to MMA, where Lt. Cmdr. capability were highlighted 11) is the first wing to
Jiancarlo Villa described when AW2(NAC) Francis implement the program.
MMAs plans to take advan- Enriquez gave Etter first The flight concluded with
tage of upgraded simulators hand experience by demon- a 15-minute overview about
to enhance warfighter capa- strating the P-3's Improved VP-45's recent deployment.
abilities. Villa expressed how SSBN Recorder Outline "This deployment was the
this investment would System, search and rescue most exciting and reward-
ensure efficient use of flight and IR capability with real ing time that I have experi-
hours and potentially time imaging of local places enced in my 14 year career,"
reduce the overall number of interest, stated AW1(NAC) Thomas
of airborne training events An overview of the new George.
and 'wear and tear' on the consolidated maintenance All four distinguished visi-
new aircraft. organization (CMO) was a tors enjoyed hearing the
The Pelicans then walked hot topic highlighting how deployment overview di-
the distinguished visitors the community is already rectly from the squadron
through the fusion of taking risk reduction steps member's perspective.
Antisurface Improvement towards MMA. The event concluded when
Program systems and the The discussion was VP-45's Commanding Of-
capability it brings to the focused on how CMO will ficer, Cmdr. Mark Turner,
combatant and fleet com- lead to efficiencies in main- presented Etter and Stiller
manders. tenance and enable MPR with flags flown over Iraq in
Systems discussed in- squadrons to focus on support of Operation Iraqi
cluded AIMS, infrared (IR), enhancing war-fighting Freedom, thanking them for
APS 137 radar, ICE, OASIS skills of the aircrew. their efforts on behalf of
and satellite communica- Patrol and Reconnais- CPRW-11 and the entire P-
tions. Examples of this sance Wing Eleven (CPRW- 3 community.
iax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20, 2006 5
Annual North Florida
Race for the Cure Oct. 21
J oin in the fight against breast cancer this October.
The 12th annual North Florida Komen Race For
the Cure will hold its 5K run/fitness walk Oct. 21
at 8 a.m. at Metropolitan
Park in downntown Jackson-
will include a
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2K fun run/
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For more in-
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Teams of 10 and more are encouraged to sign up! To
receive a team packet, call Gilda Ramirez at 536-6585.
Registration forms can be picked up starting Sept. 1 at
local Ford dealerships and/or Publix Supermarkets or
you can register online now at www.jaxraceforthecure.
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NAS Jacksonville has estab-
lished a hotline for service
members, Department of
Defense employees, contractors and
their families to call during an emer-
gency that warrants evacuation such
as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-849-6024 to
check in with the base upon arriving
at an evacuation destination and to
verify if the order to return to the
Jacksonville area has been given.
They can also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency Operations
Center at email@example.com to
relay their status and ask for assis-
The hotline will not be staffed by
customer service personnel and only
provides recorded information. It can-
not be used to check on weather con-
ditions or locate friends or family.
The hotline number and email
address are for use during times of
Emergency information will also be
broadcast on Cable Channel 118, .
This channel will run continuous
information regarding the hurricane
conditions and evacuation guidelines.
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VP-16 completes steadfast Jaguar exercise
By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
VP-1 6 Public Affairs Officer
V P-16 detached Com-
bat Aircrew Nine
(CAC-9) to the island
nation of Cape Verde in
June to participate in a
NATO exercise called
Steadfast Jaguar. The
small country, consisting of
11 islands off the western
coast of Africa, played host
to the joint forces of numer-
ous nations as they tested
their ability to operate out
of a remote location.
The exercise was de-
signed to test the NATO
Response Force (NRF),
which deploys air, land and
sea assets quickly wherever
needed. From humanitari-
an relief to land engage-
ments to antisubmarine
patrols, many different
missions were performed
under adverse environmen-
tal and logistical condi-
Sal International Airport
was the main base of opera-
tions for the many NATO
air assets participating in
the exercise. Ramp space
was tight as the field was
accustomed to mostly civil-
A VP-16 P-3C Orion sits amid the arid landscape at Sal International Airport.
ian airliners passing
through one or two at a
time. German, Greek,
Belgian, Italian, French
and American aircraft were
located around the airfield,
and operations were con-
ducted from a tent city
nearby called Camp
CAC-9 performed expert-
ly, demonstrating the flexi-
Photo By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
ability of the P-3 Orion and
the many capabilities of
their aircraft. The versatili-
ty of the P-3 was fully
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ATCS(AW/NAC) Mark Haskins gets an autograph from Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino.
Former NFL quarterback
By LL. j.g. Joel Starzmann
VP-16 Assistant Public Affairs Officer
jl FL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan
Marino passed through NAS
: Sigonella, Italy, while on vacation
with his family and met with the "War
"Eagles" of VP-16. After meeting military
personnel from the various commands
aboard the base and signing autographs
for waiting fans, Marino joined Sailors for
lunch in the base galley.
With his appetite satisfied, he then took
;-time to tour the flight line and personally
meet with Combat Aircrew (CAC) 12 as
they preflighted their aircraft.
Crewmembers then escorted Marino and
-his family through the mighty P-3C Orion.
The group received hands-on training from
CAC-12, including explanations of each
tactical position on the versatile aircraft.
From maritime patrol to overland surveil-
lance to surface and undersea warfare, the
many mission capabilities of the P-3 were
explained to the Marino family.
He compared Lt. Trent Tanski's job as
mission commander and tactical coordina-
tor to that of a quarterback, always read-
ing the field of play and adjusting plans to
become master of the situation.
Before departing the plane, Marino
shared a few words with the crew.
"I want to take this opportunity to thank all
of you for what you do and all the great things
you've done," Marino said. "I want to let you
know that you are appreciated. I know that
it's tough at times, but for all of us back home,
especially in the football community, we
thank you for everything you've done."
Marino will go down in history as being
one of the greatest signal-callers to ever
play the game. Having been quarterback
for the Miami Dolphins from 1983-1999,
Marino tops the NFL record books in 24
regular-season records and is tied for three
others. He ranks first in all-time career
passing yardage and sixth in all-time pass-
The impressive numbers Marino posted
during his exceptional football career led
to a nomination into the Pro Football Hall
of Fame in 2005, his first year eligible for
the honor. His number 13 is one of only
two numbers to be officially retired from
the Miami Dolphins organization.
Currently, Marino provides analysis for
CBS's The NFL Today every Sunday dur-
ing football season. He is also a co-host for
HBO's Inside the NFL.
Off the field, Marino established the Dan
Marino Foundation, an organization that
benefits children's charities in South
Florida. Additionally, Marino is a
spokesman for the United Way.
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exploited in varied mis-
sions, such as screening
incoming relief supply ship-
ments from submarine
forces. Surveillance mis-
sions were flown to monitor
the movements of enemy
combatants and support
friendly forces as they
engaged enemy ground
units. The final flights of
the exercise were in reac-
tion to the simulated erup-
tion of Mt. Fogo, where
CAC-9 evaluated simulated
damage to the island's
roadways, harbors and air-
fields as well as locating
The squadron left a last-
ing impression on all par-
ticipating nations as they
exceeded expectations in
the air and actively partici-
pated in the ground plan-
ning of their missions. They
effectively displayed the
invaluable capabilities the
P-3 can provide to the var-
ied NRF missions. Many
friendships were also made
with our NATO allies, and
an understanding of each
other's specialties was
gained, which will prove
invaluable if an emergency
Jax Air Hews, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20, 2006 7
worth your while
By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope a red light. He never slowed down or made
NAS Jax Chapel any effort to stop. After I counted to two
and pulled out I had time to slam on my
A couple of months ago, I attended the brakes and watch his car miss mine by
Driver Improvement Course offered about a foot. Unfortunately, he slammed
on base. I admit I was not thrilled into the car next to me. Fortunately, the
at the prospect of spending a day being driver escaped without a scratch.
taught how to do something I The driver of the car who ran
have done for nearly 30 years. the red light was not so lucky.
And worse, I did not like the idea He was taken to the hospital in
of getting a traffic ticket. I was an ambulance with injuries, but
ticketed for going 26 mph out of they were not life threatening. If
the gate at 2:30 p.m. I hadn't counted to two, the car
I had no idea the speed limit / would have hit me and if I hadn't
there is 15 mph and was not sure taken the driving course, I never
how to make my car go 15 mph would have started counting two.
anyway. I think it idles at a Initially I didn't want to go to
higher speed than that. the course, but now I am alive
I finally swallowed my pride because of it. My grandmother
and attended the course. I was used to tell me that the medicine
amazed at how many other driv- Chaplain that tasted the worse did the
ers were there. The crowd was (It.) Mylon Pope most good (she was talking about
large, and the ages were varied. Paregoric, do you remember that
It was a good group, and the instructor awful stuff?). Here are a couple things I
was outstanding (thanks, Tim). He did a want to pass along to you:
good job of communicating without being Don't drive more than 15 mph through
"preachy" and when the course was over I the gate; you can get a ticket if you do. All
felt that it was time well spent. The other you people I see driving 40 mph through
day, I had an experience that made me there, your time is going to come.
even more thankful for the course. As I The Driver's Improvement Course is
was pulling out of the gate the light turned worthwhile. If you have time to attend, it
green. Since the course, I have started will make you a better driver. You don't
counting to two before I pull into any inter- have to get a ticket to attend, but if you do,
section because of all the crazy drivers out pack your bags, you are going.
there who are prone to run red lights. To Don't take your life for granted. I was
my horror, a driver went through the reminded of how quickly we can exit this
intersection at Yorktown and Roosevelt earth. Monday morning never felt quite as
going about 60 mph and ran right through good as it did this morning!
Volunteers needed at NMCRS
he NAS Jax Navy- Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS) is looking
for volunteers to work as reception-
ists and caseworkers.
Volunteers must complete a two-day
training class to learn about the society,
policies, budgeting, etc.
Caseworkers will then train under the
guidance of another trained caseworker
until they learn the job. No experience is
required to volunteer. For more informa-
tion, call 542-3515.
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8 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20, 2006
Sailors help remodel home
for special-needs children
By MCI Mike England
Sailors from NAS Jackson-
ville and USS John F.
Kennedy participated in the
complete remodeling and rehabil-
itation of a Jacksonville home for
special-needs, foster and adopted
The Page-Bailie Residence, a
small three bedroom, two bath
home that houses nine special
needs children and two adults,
was remodeled by Builders Care
with the help of hundreds of vol-
unteers from the Navy, Jackson-
ville-based companies, civic
groups and churches.
Don Wilford, president of ICI
Homes, was excited at the pros-
pect of helping unprivledged chil-
dren and working with Navy vol-
unteers. "When Builder Care
President Bill Wilson asked me
come on board for this project, I
jumped at the chance," Wilford
explained. "We did 75 days worth
of work in less than two weeks
and it wouldn't have been possi-
ble without the Navy. They have
been extremely valuable to
Builders Care. Anytime we'd fall
off schedule, we could always
count on our Sailors to bring us
The project plans called for the
renovation and expansion of the
home by more than 1,500 square
feet and increasing the number of
bedrooms from three to six. Tens
of thousands of dollars worth of
building materials were donated
toward the completion of the proj-
ect. However, the most significant
donations were that of the thou-
Several of those volunteers came
from commands such as NAS
Jacksonville, VP-30, USS John F.
Kennedy and VR-58.
USS John F. Kennedy Siihu
ABE2 Fernando l'rahnilz said
that he decided to volunteer
because he i,,, doing meaning
ful work, "I IhI.k wil. i1.. with my
handsand ai liiini ork that '('
toward a -. i0( i i. ."
Sailors worked on several
.ii I of the iIIoie., including
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and muCh ft-ove, VP D( **:.nlar
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h,',' ., to hav le ths "..i'i."'.",i tot
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ICI Homes President Don Wilford goes over the construction plans of the
USS John F. Kennedy Sailors AN Jordan Brock and ABE2 Elton Harris carry
a dresser out of the Page-Bailie home.
the e-mail from the USO about said. "I love volunteering and
this project, I thought it would be working with great people."
w, +w"r"-Ra'mirez Also on hand though out the
S. duration of the project was the
Builders Care television show
'. ' crew. Two cameramen and a pro-
ducer were there to document the
'" work for Builders Care's monthly
S' .television show.
S d Builders Care is a nonprofit
-- ... .^ -. '.... division of the Northeast Florida
Builders Association established
USS John F. Kennedy Sailor AN .,.
Reynaldo Rosascaro moves a piece
oi i"niiiuiir out of the house short- I
USS John F. Kennedy Sailor AN Shawn Natale removes the hinges of a
door during the demolition stage of the project.
to reduce substandard housing by tioning.
providing repair to seriously dete- The inspiration behind this par-
riorated homes belonging to the ticular project came in the form of
low income, elderly and disabled, a Navy wife. Melisa Page-Bailie
They specialize in making homes was living in Pensacola with her
handicapped-accessible, repairing Navy-pilot husband 16 years ago
roofs, siding and leaks, painting, when she decided to become a
making general repairs and
installing heating and air condi- See HOUSE, Page 9
IP~I 10 *.iil,,i ~ ~ ~~g* ~ iii ~ a hido~~ Ii .uiio.
VP-30 Sailor AMt. \\v) Gilda Ramirez cleans up the front porch during the demolition stage of the project.
Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20, 2006 9
Sailors are hard at work, moving everything out of the Page-Bailie home.
USS John F. Kennedy Sailor AN Shawn
knock a fixture off of the wall.
Natale attempts to
left) USS John F. Kennedy Sailors AS2 Tanya Dew and USS John F. Kennedy Sailors ABE3 Jason Harris and AN
(From left) USS John F. Kennedy Sailors AS2 Tanya Michael Brooks move a bed frame out of the house.
AN Magan Delussey take a set of curtains down.
named for Navy wife
From Page 8
volunteer with the Depart-
ment of Children and Fami-
"Volunteering provided an
opportunity to assist children
in care in many ways, includ-
ing providing transportation
and other support," Bailie
stated. '"I find it rewarding to
work closely with staff, foster
parents and community part-
She quickly became a
licensed foster parent in 1990
and today lives in
Jacksonville providing care to
children of all ages and with
many diverse needs. Bailie
now has nine children.
USS John F. Kennedy Sailor AC3
Chandra Chaney helps move a
mattress from the Page-Bailie
house into a van.
"All I wanted to do was
make a difference in the lives
of children, and they are won-
derful children and I am so
blessed to be able to parent,"
The ultimate goal of
Builders Care is to lessen sub-
standard housing belonging to
those who have no other way
of repairing their homes. They
have repaired more than 500
houses since 2001, but the
work of Builders Care has
There are an estimated
45,000 substandard houses in
Northeast Florida in desper-
ate need of repair. Builders
Care Director of Operations
Rev. Chris Simons said that
they eager for more Navy vol-
unteers. "We always look for-
ward to working with our
Navy volunteers," Simons
stated. "They always come out
with a great attitude and
work extremely hard." For
information on Builders Care,
USS John F. Kennedy Sailor AN Michael Brooks and HSL-40 Sailor AWl
move a fish tank out of the Page-Bailie home.
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ICI Homes President Don Wilford (center, blue shirt) talks to the Sailors about what needs to be done while a Builders Care television show cameraman gets it all on tape.
10 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20, 2006
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Photo by HM3 Dulce PerezRoman
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono (center) greets Dr.
Dimitrious Agaliotis of Regional Consultants Hematology Oncology during the breakfast as
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Laboratory Department Head Capt. Brenda Bartley (left) looks on.
Naval Hospital hosts
breakfast for civilian docs
Naval Hospital Mental Health
expanding services for couples
From Naval Hospital
The Naval Hospital
is offering a workshop
called "Developing and
Enriching Your Marriage
by Understanding Yourself
and Your Partner" Satur-
day 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 personally
growing within the mar-
The workshop is facilitat-
ed by Bruce Kristol, Ph.D.,
a Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville 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 impor-
tant to the clinic staff.
Therefore, no one will be
expected to disclose any-
thing private to the other
Workshop topics include:
Clarification of Needs,
Values & Priorities
Levels & Styles of
Neutralizing "Hot But-
Four Social Styles and
Connecting & Distanc-
Dealing with Feelings
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The hospital also provides care for shore-
based service members and their families,.
as well as military retirees and their fami-
ly members. Visitors were offered guided
tours of the Maternal Infant Unit and the
Emergency Medicine Department
"It was great to be able to visit the naval
hospital. Capt. Bono did a great job of
walking us through the scope of her,
responsibility. I was surprised at the size
of the hospital and the number of patients
seen," said Jacksonville Memorial Hospital
President and CEO John Wood. "It was
great to have a chance to meet the person-
nel there. I learned Memorial Hospital is
the third busiest TRICARE network hospi-
tal and we are very interested in maintain-
ing that close relationship with the mili-
"The breakfast gave us a wonderful
opportunity to thank our network
providers for their support of our patients,
while sharing our unique dual mission of
support to the Fleet and health care deliv-
ery to our beneficiaries," said Bono.
Bono plans on holding another network
provider breakfast in the near future.
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On July 7, Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono hosted the first-ever
TRICARE network provider breakfast for
more than 35 network providers and
administrators and 50 hospital staff at the
hospital's award-winning galley. This
event was designed to improve collabora-
tion between the civilian provider network
and the military treatment facility.
The guests observed the raising of the
national ensign and an awards ceremony,
where medical staff was cited for meritori-
ous service while service in Iraq. Visitors
had time to meet the staff over breakfast
and discuss how mutually beneficial part-
nerships could be forged. Working closely
with the civilian medical community is one
of the steps Bono is taking to improve serv-
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Photo by MC2 Kaitlyn Rae Vargo.
A03 Anthony Gilpin loads a sonobouy into a P-3C Orion attached to the "Fighting
Pelicans" of VP-45 July 10. VP-45 recently returned from a six-month deployment to
Fifth and Seventh fleet areas of operations.
FFSC offers educational and support programs
he NASi Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC).Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
July and August:
July 24, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (Retiring)
July 25, 9 a.m. to noon Anger Manage-
Aug. 8, 9 a.m. to noon Stress Manage-
Aug. 14-17, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transi-
tion Assistance Program (Separating)
Aug 22, 9 a.m. to noon Anger Manage-
Aug. 28-31, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transi-
tion Assistance Program (Retiring)
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.
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NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes
The Navy Marine Corp
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax
offers Budget, for Babies
classes the first and third
Wednesday of 'each month..
These comprehensive class-
es are available to all mili-
tary personnel and their
tion of both parents is
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-
ner helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget
for baby from birth through
At the conclusion of the
class each family is given
baby's first sea bag. The
sturdy canvas bag contains
a Gerber layette and a
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An afternoon on the river
ADAN lan Usry (left) and ATAN r
Jason Shimel, (right) from VP-30
get a push from Assistant Liberty
Coordinator Darlene Bielarski
during an afternoon of free .
canoeing at the Mulberry Cove
Marina as part of the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation -
Liberty Boats and Burgers event.
There was a free cookout and
canoeing July 13 for all El-E5
single Sailors. Active-duty mem- '
bers can use kayaks and canoes
free every Thursday at the mari- "'5 .
na. For more info on Liberty Programs, call 542-1335. Photos by Shannon Leonard
A group of
Marines from the
Center for Naval
Training Unit Jax
enjoy a free cook-
out at the
Marina as part of
NAS Jax Morale,
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Annual America's Kids Run a huge success
A approximately 95 kids
aboard NAS Jack-
in the 20th Anniversary
America's Kids Run event
Friday. The event was
sponsored by Nike and the
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Depart-
The five and six-year-olds
run one-half mile, seven
and eight-year-olds run one
mile and the nine to 13-
year-olds run two miles
with a finish line reward of
an "America's Kids Run T-
Shirt" and a "cool off' from
a water hose courtesy of the
base fire department.
Russell, daughter of AT2
(AW) Kareem Russell, won
first place in her category.
She was a little shy when it
came to an interview but
was very pleased with the
prize she received from
Megan Elliot, MWR Youth
"We had fun," exclaimed
9-year-old Robert Florence
and 8-year-old Malik War-
ner. Both boys received
third place in their category.
According to Executive
Director and Event
Founder Mike Erwert,
"Children's obesity is an
epidemic state, and our
event provides children an
innovative, fun, and safe
place to exercise, while pro-
viding an experience to
enhance the self-esteem of
the children who partici-
pate. Our 19-year history
has shown us that children
who begin running as exer-
cise at an early age contin-
ue with exercise as a
lifestyle choice through
Santos of VR-58,
ensures that her
- Alejandro's race
: number is se-
won first place
in the 7- and 8-
(At left) Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department Fitness Director Tim McKinney shows
the 5 and 6 year olds the route they will be running during the 20th annual America's Kids
Run at NAS Jacksonville Friday. The event, sponsored by Nike,
allowed children of military personnel ages five to 13, an
opportunity to participate in a safe, interactive and fun event
on military bases.
And they're off! A group of kids from NAS Jacksonville partic- The kids enjoy some fun in the water courtesy of the NAS Jax
ipate in the 20th annual America's Kids Run Friday. Fire Department after the run.
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Fdr more information call 542-2930.
Outdoor pool hours
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m.>,- 5 p.m.
Daily fees military $2, Department of Defense person-
nel $3, guests $3
For more information call 542-3260.
Power Boat Training Class
$50, includes all classroom materials and use of marina
Saturday and Sunday
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
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 11 a.m. 4 p.m., two
games and shoe rental for $5.
Shoe rental not included.
6- 10 p.m.
Every Friday and Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
$10 per person.
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark bowling with light
show and music!
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Lunch bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening bingo Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Photo by Shannon Leonard
Stacy Brown from The Home Depot, helps BJ Cowart from
NAS Jax Youth Activities Center build his very own tool box
July 10 during a summer camp children's workshop spon-
sored by The Home Depot. The children were given free
aprons as they created toolboxes, picture frames and plant
Budweiser Brew House
7:30 p.m. until close
Back to School Kid's Bingo
Doors open at 11 a.m.
Calling at noon.
$15 per child (17 and under)
For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-
Learn to Lift Weights
9 a.m. on Mondays
4 p.m. on Tuesdays
Call 542-3518/4238 for details.
"The Heat is On" Aerobathon
5 7:30 p.m.
Special gift for all participants!
For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Discount Jaguar Ticket Pre-Sale
Tickets on sale now!
$47 per ticket / Section 147
Ride the Jaguar Shuttle ~ $10 per game or $80 for all
Eric Clapton with Robert Cray Band
Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
$86 ~ Section 101
Jlax Mr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 20, 2006 15
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.
Mall and Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall and AMC Theater
NAS Jax Freedom Lanes
Comedy Zone Trip
Free appetizers and admission.
Learn to Fly
NAS Jax Flying Club
Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 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)
Aug. 4, 7 p.m. The Benchwarmers (PG-13)
Aug. 11, 7 p.m. Larry the Cable Guy (PG-13)
Aug.12, 5 p.m. Scary Movie 4 (PG-13)
Aug. 12, 7 p.m. Take The Lead (PG-13)
For more information on the golf course please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Tuesday for active duty.
July 27 for retirees and Department of Defense personnel.
For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.
Reef and Beef
$17 per person.
Gourmet all you can eat seafood and beef buffet.
For more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772.
Before & After School Registration
Going on now at the Youth Center!
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MOSQUITOES: West Nile, other illnesses warrant caution
From Page 1. 1 lI. ..i l
Photos by MC3 Mark Braden
-Golf Pro Shop Assistant josh O'Brien rings up some merchandise for C ssie Lee at the new
golf pro shop.
G O L F: ... .;:;. ..
ew facility e
From Page 1
There are also two 42-inch plasma
,screen televisions in the bar.
Currently there is one parking lot open
until the old pro shop is demolished and a
new lot will be built. A new intercom sys-'
tem enables employees to contact anyone
,anywhere in the clubhouse and on the golf
e:urse. The upgrades of golf carts are
impressive, with the new carts featuring
special canopies in case of rain.
w The golf clubhouse project began in 2002
ras..part of a contract awarded to Harry
Mapper Company. According to NAS
=&cksonville Golf Director Tim Hooks, the
Vld clubhouse was beyond renovation or
i-epair. "The former clubhouse had gone
through its life expectancy. The roof
leaked, animals kept crawling in and it
was very inefficient. We needed a new golf
clubhouse to compliment the golf course,"
,'"We now have the best military pro shop
around," added NAS Jax Assistant Golf
Pro Shephen Sherman.
V MWR Director John Bushick compared
the differences between the new golf club-
house and the old one. "All golf programs
are now under one roof. The new golf club-
house has a full kitchen and customers
dine on china. They also have access to the
use of lockers and shower facilities during
the day. Patrons also get an excellent view
of the golf course when they come here," he
The new golf clubhouse project was part
of the MWR Jacksonville capitol improve-
ment initiative to make life better for all
customers. All the proceeds from the new
golf clubhouse goes to MWR to provide
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear
Adm. Mark Boensel gives the opening
remarks during the grand opening of the new
NAS Jax Golf Clubhouse July 11.
benefits to all Sailors and their families.
The funding came from a Commander
Navy Installations Command grant, Navy
Exchange profits and MWR revenues.
"I have seen a lot of MWR facilities
around the country and this is top of the
line," said Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Rear Adm.. Mark Boensel, at the
"We have a great first-class golf club-
house that is the new flagship for our
MWR programs. Its impact extends
beyond the golfing community," comment-
ed NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt.
The new clubhouse also features a state-
of-the-art pro golf shop where you can get
the latest and greatest in golf equipment
The golf clubhouse is open Monday
through Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and the restaurant and bar are open
Monday through Sunday from 6:30 a.m. to
9 p.m. For more information, call 542-
the West Nile virus in
2005. So far this year, as of
July 11, only 10 cases have
been reported. The disease
is also found in horses and
birds and carried by mos-
The Preventive Medicine
Division is comprised of 10
preventive medicine techni-
cians (PMTs) all of whom
have a pest control certifi-
"My job is to analyze the
mosquitoes that are found
in the traps located in dif-
ferent areas. Once I get the
samples in and they are
frozen, I identify them in
the microscope. If there are
20 or more female mosqui-
toes in a specific trap, we
request that area to be
sprayed," said HM1(SW/
AW) Eduardo Mojica, who
runs the mosquito program
for the division.
can be somewhat tedious.
"There are hundreds of
species of female mosqui-
toes. By identifying them,
we can determine certain
characteristics such as
when they tend to bite and
what diseases they carry,"
Making people aware of
prevention measures to
reduce the mosquito popula-
tion in their area is an
important component of an
effective program to combat
Mosquitoes breed in water
and are attracted to the
C02 that humans and ani-
Once they find their vic-
tim, they bite because they
need the blood meal for
their offspring. Dusk to
dawn are their primary
feeding times .
Make sure you and your
family stay protected. Wear
protective clothing, avoid
being out after dark and use
a repellent with DEET.
Also, make sure your pets
are on preventive medicine
against heartworms as
mosquitoes also carry this
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Preventive Medicine Technician HM1 (SW)/AW) Eduardo
Mojica checks the characteristics of a mosquito caught on
base. Only female mosquitoes bite and are easily distin-
guished by their thin antennas under the microscope. Male
mosquitoes feature much bushier antennas.
Symptoms of West Nile virus
In a healthy person, West Nile virus tends to be asympto-
matic or may present with nonspecific symptoms including a
high fever, headache and body aches much like the flu. More
severe cases will include nausea, vomiting, mental status
changes, swollen lymph nodes and possibly a slightly raised
rash. A blood test determines if a person is Infected.
And, remember do not should contact the Prevent-
touch a dead bird. Anyone ive Medicine Division at
finding a dead bird on base 542-3500, Ext.8822.
105 Foxridge Road Steven E. Crovatto, DMD, PA
Orange Park, FL 32065 r
(904) 272-0800 Megan R. Edwards, DMD |
Cool chicks don't smoke anymore
By Danny Woodard
Tobacco Treatment Specialist & Program Manager
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Wellness Center
As early as the 1920s, tobacco adver-
tising for women included messages
I Juch as "Reach for a Lucky instead
of a Sweet" to establish a relationship
between smoking and being cool and slim.
Cigarette advertising to stay slim led to
a greater than 300 percent increase in
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(At left) Jacksonville Jaguars Cheerleaders
Erica Prescott (brunette) and Christine
Rodgers sign autographs for customers wait-
ing to purchase Jacksonville Jaguar tickets at
the Information, Tickets and Tours office .
Photos by Shannon Leonard
(At right) Jacksonville Jaguars mascot jaxson de Ville
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SMOKING: Improved education, counseling helping cessation
From Page 16
into "Find your Voice" cam-
paign featuring women of
diverse racial and ethnic
The. hidden message of
these campaigns has been
that smoking is related to
women's freedom, emanci-
pation, and empowerment.
Not much has changed over
the past 80 years with
weight gain continuing to be
a main reason for women's
fear of smoking cessation
and one of the main relapse
triggers for women smokers
Our continued emphases
on being slim and cool are a
driving factor. Even so,
today more than 60 percent
of American women are
obese. Unfortunately, with
our obsession with weight
many women would rather
smoke than put in the effort
and work to change behav-
iors, i.e., exercise properly
or at all, and eat healthier.
Americans in general are
overweight and are looking
for a quick fix for many
problems. Many Americans
suffer from "low frustration
tolerance," in other words
we want to be comfortable
24/7 physically and psycho-
logically and changing
habits such as exercise and
eating right when we quit
smoking takes too much
work and time.
This is obvious with
women's obsession with
dieting, weight and smok-
ing. What many of us do not
understand is that smoking
one pack of cigarettes a day
can cause the equivalent of
being 100 pounds over-
weight as far as our heart is
concerned. The increase in
bad cholesterol, LDL, clogs
the arteries and the intake
of carbon monoxide in tobac-
co smoke, destroys the heart
Smoking continues to be
one of the top two causes of
heart disease, which is the
number one killer of
Americans, in both men and
women. We also know that
in 2006 for the first time in
our history more women are
predicted to die from heart
disease than men. Other
major health problems from
smoking include lung can-
cer, which kills three times
as many women as breast
cancer each year in
Emphysema, a terrible
disease of the lungs, is
caused almost exclusively
from smoking cigarettes and
is responsible for almost
100,000 deaths per year. I
have personally had female
patients as young as 44
years old with late stage
emphysema on external
supplied oxygen, living a
We are seeing an increase
in women smoking cigars in
America because of the
desire to be cool. Cigar
smoke .can have 30 times
the amount of carbon
monoxide per cigar. Plus,
cigars are more addictive
than cigarettes due to the
huge amounts of nicotine
Cigars can range from six
milligrams (mg) of nicotine
in the smallest to up to 335
mg in the largest cigars on
the market today. You
absorb this nicotine through
the capillaries in the mouth
even if you do not inhale the
The most recent, Center
for Disease Control (CDC)
survey showed that 31 mil-
lion women smoke ciga-
rettes in America one in
five. A disturbing trend is
girls start smoking earlier
today and 22 percent. of
women between the ages of
18-44 are currently smok-
Women smokers are liv-
ing 15 years or more less
than non-smoking women,
not to mention a diminished
quality of life due to health
problems from smoking..
According to the National
Center on Addiction and
Substance Abuse at
Columbia University girls
get addicted faster and on
less nicotine than do their
This is true with most
other drugs as well. Also,
girls are more likely to be
depressed than boys and
have eating disorders as
well. Unfortunately many
girls use nicotine to cope
with these problems.
To sum it all up, in March
2001 the U.S. Surgeon Gen.
David Satcher released a
detailed report on women
and smoking stating, "There
is no better word to describe
the 600 percent increase
since 1950 in women's death
rates for lung cancer, a dis-
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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 Tuesdays and
Thursday 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
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more
information, call 387-4332
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the sec-
ond 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
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 infor-
mation, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Y\cht Club general mem-
bership meetings are held
at 7:30 p.m. on the first
W lnesday of every month
at he clubhouse (Building
19 6) 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.
MOMS Club of Orange
their monthly meeting the
second Thursday of each
month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms
and children are welcome
at all activities. For infor-
mation contact Nicole
Lopez at 504-6016 or go to
The Association of
meeting is held the third
Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Center on Collins Road. For
more information, call AO1
Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939. You can also visit
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands
Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call
Janneice Moore at 244-
Health fair planned
Naval Reserve Hospital Jax Detachment N will host
a health fair and blood drive Saturday 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.
7950 or Dorothy Banks at
The Westside Jackson-
ville Chapter 1984,
National Association of
Retired Federal Em-.
ployees extends an open
invitation to all currently
employed and retired feder-
al employees to our regular
meeting held at 1 p.m. on
the fourth Thursday of each
month at the Murray Hill
United Methodist Church,
(Fellowship Hall Building)
at 4101 College Street. For
more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval
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 person-
nel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at
542-7715, Ext. 102 or email
The Gold Wing Road
Chapter FL1-X meets on
the first Wednesday of each
month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
"Wingnutts" invite all those
interested in motorcycling
and motorcycle safety. They
also have a weekly get
together at the Dairy
Queen on Kingsley Avenue
at 7 p.m. every Friday
night. For more informa-
tion, call 269-5369 or visit
The NAS Jax First
Class Petty Officer's
Association is hosting a
golf tournament at the NAS
Jax Golf Club July 25 at 9
a.m. Everyone is invited to
participate. For applica-
tions, stop by the golf club.
The deadline to sign up is
July 24. For more informa-
tion, call 542-3249.
A youth fishing derby
will be held Aug. 19 from 9
a.m. to noon at Oceanway
Park. A youth fishing tour-
nament will be held Sept. 9
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Hanna Park. The tourna-
ments are free for children
under 13. For more infor-
mation, call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museumn
of Art & Gardens is offer-
ing free admission each
Tuesday from 4-9 p.m.
through September. Visit-
ors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the
historic riverfront gardens,
view the museum's
Masterworks collection and
special exhibitions and
experience Art Connec-
tions, the museum's hands-
on education center. For
more information, contact
Maria Haynes at 899-6025.
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available for Sailors,
dependents and DoD civilians
From the Navy College Office
T he Navy College Office and affiliat-
ed colleges offer many education
opportunities for Sailors. Numerous
degree programs are offered at NAS
Jacksonville. Courses are offered via
Internet, CD-ROM, television or the tra-
ditional classroom setting.
Florida Community College
New offering AS in Business
New offering AS/AAS in Environmental
AS/AAS Industrial Management
AS/AAS in Criminal Justice Technology
AS/AAS in Computer Information
Certificate programs and licensure
Navy Rating Partnership Program fol-
lowing to an AS in General Military
See Bob Foote and staff for questions
pertaining to registration and class sched-
ules. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Call 771-3979.
AA/BA Liberal Studies (Individual
Studies in Education, Government,
AS/BS Computer Information Systems
BS/BA in Business Administration/
BA in Criminal Justice Administration
BA in Psychology
Master of Science degree in Criminal
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
,Monday through Friday. Call 778-9769.
Embry Riddle Aeronautical
AS/BS degrees in Professional
BS in Technical Management
Master of Aeronautical Science
Master of Science in Management (Air
industrial Mgt, Mgt Integrated Logistics,
`Aviation Enterprises in Global
SSafety Certificate Program (Graduate
M Aviation Technology Certificate and
;FAA Type 66 Program
D Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Southern Illinois University
BS in Workforce Education and
, BS in Health Care Administration
BS in Electronics Systems Technology
Office hours for Southern Illinois
University Workforce are 8:15 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 771-
4258. Office hours for Health
Care/Electronics are 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monday through Friday. Call 778-3130.
MA in Human Resource Management
MBA (Business Administration) and
MA in Computer Resources and
MA in Procurement and Acquisitions
MA Health Services Management.
Office hours are 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Monday through Thursday. Call 779-
MA in Teaching
Second Career as a Teacher Program
(SCAAT). Guidance to becoming certified
as a teacher in the state of Florida.
Call Dr. Gail Jaji at 256-3950 or 256-
7141 for an appointment.
Navy College Program Distance
A representative for Coastline
Community College and University of
Maryland has office 'hours of 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. on Tuesdays. Call 610-4361 for an
Navy College Office has a variety of col-
lege brochures and information on fur-
thering your education. Come visit and
gather information on PACE programs,
financial aid, Veteran's Administration
benefits, free tests for credit and free
refresher courses for SAT/ACT and
We strongly advise anyone who has not
been to college before or is uncertain of
which degree to pursue to make an
appointment with a Navy College educa-
tion specialist by calling 542-2475/2477 or
schedule a .briefing for your command.
IUMUC registration under way
From the Navy College
E arn your degree any-
where in the world
with University of
College (UMUC). UMUC
has been providing educa-
tional opportunities for the
*U.S. military worldwide
since 1947. In the past
year alone, UMUC served
nearly 58,000 military stu-
dents online and in class-
rooms around the world.
For the U.S. military and
their spouses, UMUC
offers several important
.benefits: (1) Choose from
a full range of associate's
(active duty only) degrees,
bachelor's degree, master's
degree, and certificate pro-
,grams, offered entirely
online, (2) With online
*classes, you can continue
your UMUC education no
matter where you're sta-
tioned, (3) You'll get a
education from an accred-
ited university, (4) No
SAT, GRE, or GMAT is
required for undergradu-
ate or graduate admission,
(5) Active duty service
members and their spouses
are eligible for in-state
tuition rate. TA pays full
cost for undergraduate
courses and (6) UMUC'S
military advising team will
help you meet your educa-
Our advisors are special-
ly trained to prepare SOC
student agreements and
assist with the process of
using tuition assistance
and veteran's benefits.
UMUC is proud to be a
member of the Navy
College Program Distance
(NCPDLP). NCPDLP is
an initiative by the Navy
to have colleges and uni-
versities work together to
provide you with an educa-
tional path from Navy "A"
school to a bachelor's
ends Aug. 24 for the fall
term. Late registration
ends Sept. 5 ($30 fee for
late registration). The fall
term runs from Sept. 5 -
Drop by and see the local
UMUC field representative
at the Navy College Office
on Tuesday from 9 a.m. -
3 p.m.. He may also be
reached via email at jher-
email@example.com or by call-
|ERAU offers classes on base
From the Navy College Office
T;'he following are classes offered at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University during
J their fall term which runs Aug. 7 through Oct. 8:
Course Title Day/Time Location
,ASCI 254 Aviation Legislation T/5-9:45 p.m. CNATTU Room 103
ASCI 335 Mech/Structural TH/5-9:45 p.m.
Factors in Aviation CNATTU Room 103
ASCI 419 Aviation Maint M/5-9:45 p.m.
Management CNATTU Room 103
CSCI 109 Intro to Computers TH/5-9:45 p.m.
and Applications Columbia Lab
MATH 320 Decision Math W/5-9:45 p.m. Building 1, Room 128
MGMT 314 Human Resource M/5-9:45 p.m.
Management CNATTU RM 501
MGMT 331 Transportation T/5-9:45 p.m.
Principles Building 110, ERAU Room
'SFTY 345 Av. Safety Program W/5-9:45 p.m.
Management CNATTU Room 103
'SFTY 350 A/C Crash and T/5-9:45 p.m.
Emergency Mgmt CNATTU Room 501
ASCI 604 Human Factors in the W/5-9:45 p.m.
; Aviation/Aerospace CNATTU Room 501
,ASCI 613 Airport Operations TH/5-9:45 p.m.
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Feeling knotty? A massage can help
By Karin Mills d yu
NAS Jax Fitness Source
summer is a season where you ma\
find yourself attempting to do
things out of the ordinary like
sleeping in hotel beds, on a rela-
tive's couch or airbed, lifting
things we shouldn't or bending
in ways you just weren't meant
If you find that you have slept
wrong, lifted without forethought,
swung your golf club, softball bat or
even your fishing pole to a degree that it is
sending pain up and down your spine or into
your legs.. you might be feeling a bit knotty
and a massage therapist can help with that.
I am one of the licensed massage therapists (LMT) at the base fitness center and
offer a variety of massage therapies with a focus on neuromuscular, deep tissue
massage and stress relief massage. A professional massage therapist can help you
get the knots out and feel better without knotting up your wallet. The base fitness
center offers competitive prices with a massage starting at $25 for a half hour, $40
for an hour and $60 for an hour and a half.
Additionally, the fitness center is also offering a variety of cleansing and beneficial
facial and skin care treatments for $40 an hour or $60 for an hour and a half.
For more information or to schedule your appointment, call the fitness center at
542-3518 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall registration starts for Coastline
From the Navy College Office
coastline Community College's distance learning program for military personnel
was created especially for you. You're closer to your degree than you think!
Coastline courses are available both ashore and at sea (via the NCPACE
Using your military experience you may only need to take 20 semester hours to com-
plete your rating-related associate of arts degree. Only 12 credits from Coastline are
needed for residency. Registration for the next term is now ongoing and ends Aug. 9.
Contact your Coastline representative at the Navy College Office Tuesdays from 9 a.m. -
3 p.m. at 542-0127 or email email@example.com.
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ence limitation or dis- $155+ 904298-4761 FSBO Orange Park Area Royal St. Augustine 32, paved rd ready to
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need t ctionsider a sex, Navy Daughtmilial Cer &f15-yr Navy Spouse E re,: hm w/lot & gar An $249,900.Ca comm.,ease purchase
status, or national ori- 2464 Seabury Pl. off St. 904-612-6099 bank qualfing, $1 7i6,00 Entire duplex for sale, 904-463-0210 Will Co. op $225,000. 904-264-3712
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so you may look for- parents or legal custo- $225K. 904-422-7948 North Shore / Panamta PiN 4/4+den, stud, bonus WILLOW LAKES CONDOg. t I HAVE FORECLOSED
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walk to 1 PlV club
$2cmo/ 904. -614-6000
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unit fp new ecrpt/app/n
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nice, pool. 904-737-8855
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WILLIAMS WALK @
New, unfurn 1 bdrm
luxury exec condo.
amenities & near 1-95 &
241 FZ rnished
Yunee- 96040 Piedmont Dr
3/2 1900sf $1500 Month
Call Don Brown Realty
225'-510 or 571-7177
Yulee Cartesian Pointe
86242 Augustus Ave 4/2
$ 21250 Month
4 0. Unfurnished
i BREEZE DR.
Seautiful new 4/2,
o home for rent. 2r
CALL NEIL 904-574. 470
The best bargain
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
&MI the Hotline 388.1208
Argyle 3/2 $795 ch&a
Yaulted cellin /corner lot
VANSANDT RE 389. 3540
.A YLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
AWPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
BSYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
MW REQUIRED $995 778.2897
AwGYLE 3/2 near Argyle
Item $ll50mo 213-0032
4 See MLS #312325 at
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Spacious 3br 2ba in
Travis Trace S/D. Brick
Front w/ entry col-
umns, bonus room.
Floorplan, FP. OPEN
HOUSE Sat 7/22 11-4.
8298 Velvet Springs NE
Florida Homes Realty
Call Carlbel 303-1909
, & ARL- 3/2, Inground
new pool, backyard, car-
port, garage, patio.
1700sf, fenced yard,
$1100mo +dep. Near 0
NS Mayport. 234- 3652
ARLINGTON 3/2 $895
ch&a. eqpt litch/fmly
large back yard/brick
VANSANDT RE 389 3540
new construction, 3/2,
1200SF, $1000mo. Poss.
RTO. Cal 904-866-3213
Arlington homes from
$950 and 1/1 apts from
$445. Zenith Realty
6 ASHLEY WOODS
tL r fncdyrd, w/boat,
2-car garage, 7 miles to NS
6 Atlantic/St. John's
SI Bluff 3/2 Large fenced
Atlantic Beach 2/2
BI erber carpet, fire-
LAplace, vaulted ceilings,
gar., w/d hookup,
fenced yard, no pets.
$TO0mo. 221-5652 PCSIng.
SI Newly remodeled
1475sf, 2 car gar.,
well & sprinkler sys,
a miles to NS Mayport.
ATL/KERNAN NEWER 3/2
/2, garden tub, comm
pool, culdesac, $1150m.
AVONDALE 2/1, cer. tile,
fresh paint. $795m+$600
sec, lyr lease, wtr Incl.
904- 384- 4080/707-1235
BARTRAM SPRINGS 4/3
w/ amenities, 2400sf
Lease or lease opt.
$1500m 407- 435- 3527
CLAY CO. 4/5br new
Oakleaf Conv. loc. lots
of amenities. $1450mo.
Oakleaf Mortg 298-1200
Clay Co. 4/2,2557sf, all
brick, brand new, one
half acre lakefront lot
$1450m Chris 742-7486
Eagle Harbor Beautiful
4/2.5 scrnd prch, frpic,
new pnt, 2car gar. $1550m
1st/Last 904-502-1937 or
561-391-7904 Avail now
Eagle Harbor 4/3.
/ 2600sf, no pets,
-111 available now. Con-
tact Todd Kellogg.
21& 9108/ 813-01191 or 2yr
Fleming Isl 5/4 3500sf, all
upgrades. Loc in gated
n'hood of River Hills
Reserve in Fleming Isl
Plant. Golf course
comm w/exc amen &
'A' rated schools.
FLEMING ISL. PLANT. on
golf crse. 3y/o, 3/2+
onus rm, $1800m+dp.
904- 269- 8124/571- 7684
FLEMING ISLAND 3/2
S Nice home, great
4l schools, golf, pool, 10
miles, from NAS.
3/2 $1295/screend pch 2
car gar/FP/1 yr renov.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
2446 Cool Springs Dr S.
3/2, $1400 mo.
Call Don Brown Realty
225-5510 or 571-7177
4/2, 2200sf, Ig fenced
yd, lakefront, new
6/4, 3500sf, 1 yr old
home, spacious. Cul-
nriotf bbal ct.,
Both abt.10 min. to
Forth 2000SF 3br/2ba,
pool FL rm2 car ogar,
JAX BCH, Spacious
home, shaded lot, 2car
gar, large kit. w/study
area. Fpl, great room,
$1400m+dp. No pets.
460-0975 Bike to Beach
JCP -4/2, like new, Great
2087sf. 4/2/2. Colled
12x30 Florda room,
10x12 shed. Tile & wood
firs, dog not allowed.
$400mo. Imo sec dep.
1 mo advance. Call Kurt.
307- 8023 or Helen 699- 5102
/ side- 2087sf, 4/2/2.
J Cooled 12x30I FL room,
summer kit, 10x12
shed, tile, & wood firs, no
dogs, $1400/mo. 1 mo sec.
dep.I me advance
Call Kurt. 307. 8023 or Helen
Luxurious Tnhm 2/2.5, 1
car gar, near Town Ctr.
1 yr bldr wrty, water
view $1200 904- 891- 6167
Mandarin 3/2/2cg, frplc,
Irg fncd yd cuIdesac,
close to schlls $1175m
+sec 904- 874- 5895
M'BURG, 4/2 1875sqft
fridge, w/d included,
$1200/mo. + $600 dep.
N. JAX Brand New 2400+
st. on lake near Airport
$1350m. Call for move in
N'Jax- NEW 3/2.5 TwnHm
Many Extrasi off PulaskI Rd.,
$1195mo., 904- 230- 3017
N'SIDE Conifer Ridge
New 3/2 2cg on Lake.
w/d hu. 1700sf. nr Alrprt
$1300m 954. 605-0820
N'SIDE Lndseys Cross
Ing 4/2, 2cg, fpl, w/d,
2000sf, Irg bckyrd, quiet
area $1250. 904-807-8142
N'SIDE New 3br/2ba,
Beautiful frml din, Irgyd.
2car, Avl. $1150m. 954-
N'Slde RTO Brand new
4/2 2cg, 2078sf Open fir
plan, grt view on lake/
nat. presv. $1600mo.
Avail Now 904-233. 3090
4/2, 1800sf, lake front
upgrades, $1350mo or
$247,000. Call 608-8396
Oakleaf brand new, 4/3,
close to Argyle Elem.
Upgrades galore fplc.
11508 Tori Ln
573 Hardeeville Ct.
9438 Ford Rd
17028 Eagle Bend Blvd.
1233 Eagle Bend Ct.
2290 Villanova Cir.
1510 Biscayne Bay Dr.
429 Blue Whale Dr.
1527 Biscayne Bay Dr.
10616 Arnez Rd.
11265 Andrea Dr.
5543 Wandering Trail
10539 E. Gailwood
3243 Brocket Way
133 E. 43rd St.
933 Beckner Ave.
670 Long Branch Blvd.
2038 Walnut St.
1747W. 4th St. #4 upstairs
13364 Beach Blvd.
8466 Drayton Park Dr.
12003 Saverio Ln.
7701 Timberland Pk #537
2639 Devonwood Rd.
12031 Candlewyck Ln.
632 Longcrest Ln
6424 Short Leaf Place
6404 Short Leaf Place
8725 Huntington Wds Cr. N LB
6255 Randia Dr.
1014 Memorial Park
7326 Coral Sea Rd.
508 Island Morada Dr.
SOP. 3/2, nice n'hood
S$1200mo.1 yr lease,
ot. 1500st, Imo dep.
Avail 9/1/06 PCS
Brand new 3/2.5
Twnhse w/gar close to
OP/Eagle Harbor 3/2,
Actv. Inc N'bor Schls.
$1275m. 7mo+ or buy
$224K. FSBO 282-8301
OP S. 1600sf, Lkfrt 3/2 +
4th bd/dn, fnc yd, Incd
nsp & trash, nr NAS &
Sch. $1200 2601893-8610
ORANGE PARK 4 BR/ 2
BA Brick home, Lake-
side School area.
Recently updated, yard
approx 2100 sq ft
$1750/mo, one month
dep. required.No pets.
ORANGE-PARK new 3/2.5
with attic in new devel
rent or sale.
SOrtega Manor 3/2
CH&A, wd hkup K/eq.
S! 'garage 5 min to NAS
JAX, no pets. $995 plus
PACE ISL Gated comm.
4/3. 2400 +sf, 2 car gar,
avail. Sept. 1. $1800 mo.
269-8941 or 625-6519.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
PVB, 2000sf 4/2 priv
yd, quiet n'hood. top
schls $1600m 322-7306
RIVERSIDE 3/1 $695
ch&a, 1169SF, Fmly Rm,
Grn Hse Kit Equip Must C
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
SOUTH HAMPTON -4/2,
Solf course comm,
Southslde New Elegant
garage exciting venues
single family home.
Beautiful lakefront, 3/2,
2 car gar, FR w/fp. FDR,
ceiling fans, tile firs.
Culdesac, fncdyrd w/
serene lake vw. $1275m
Call 951-609-2529 1
SOUTHSIDE -Off Kernan
Blvd between Beach &
JTB Spacious 3 Bed-
rooms 2 baths + office
(A/C) Brick house with
tiled living area,
kitchen & hallways
Include Lawn mainte-
nance Available Sep 1st
No pets, and no smok-
ing please 904-616-6480
btwn 8:00 am & 8:00 pm
ST. JOHN'S CO., CR210
Stonehurst, 4/2/2, close
to 1-95, shopping, comm
ST. JOHNS TWN CTR Area
4/3.5, 3000sf home,
comm pool, playground,
ST. JOHNS /CR210/Bapt.
Hosp New 2/2.5TH, lcgar
w/d, on lake gated
St. Johns Co/Palm Valley
5/3, 2380sf. 2 car gar.
culdesac, stins ap0pis +
ref, w/d IncI'd $2000mo.
obo. Call 904-.236- 0505
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1IA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIETr
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778- 2897
ST 14X66. 2/2, new
S screened porch,
carpet, vinyl, utility
shed, many extras, 10 mins
from NAS. $1200mo.
WESTSIDE Brand new
4/2 2cg, 2078sf Open fir
plan, grt view on lake/
$1395mo. Avail Now
W Intra Coastal Hodges
Blvd b/t Atlantic &
Beach. 3/2, 1600sf, fncd
yd. $1350m 904-248-1210
W'SIDE 3/2, freshly updtd,
scrn patio, WD hkp,
$900m+dep. Close to
NAS. Cell: 786.385-4389
W'side 3/2.5, 1 car gar. 2
story twn hm corner unit
$1025. 6424 Shortleaf PI.
Call Greg 561-379-8311
W'slde 3/2.5, 1 car gar.
2 story town hm corner
unit, 1607sf, $1025mo.
Call Greg 561-379-8311
W'slde/Cedar Hills 3/1
1500sf, LR, DR. FR, W/D,
newly remod. $875m +
sec dep. Credit check,
No pets. 904.264.0567
W'S Room for Rent
I/ $395mo0+utll, 1 mile
re from NS MAYPOR.
Maxvllle 3/2 DW ch/a,
w/d hu, carprt, cvrd
prchs, shed 1 ac fncd
Normandy & Fouracre
3/2, $695. ch&a, large lot,
must see, 4 car carport
VANSANDT RE 389-.3540
We have guaranteed
financing for you. Call
now &getpre. approved
over the phone. Call
Sandy @ 695-2255
4/2 home. DSL & all util.
Incl. Very gd area $140wk
N/S only. 904-838.8054
E. ARL -Atl/Kernan. 10
miles to bch, N/S $475.
ref req. Sharon 565-1128
Gate Parkway close to
prlv bathrm 568-2157
LAKE ASBURY need
roommate to share 3/2,
2000sf. $500m. 234-6399
MANDARIN -furn 3br TH,
$600/mo. all utils Incld.
Non smkr, 403-5353
$110 + per week
1615 W. 25th 477-1892
OP Fern Wanted to share
new 3500sf hm, rivervw
$475+util. 509- 5877
PAXON Fern roommate
wanted. No smoking,
drugs, drinking, or pets.
Must have ref's $300
mo.+1/2 until. 779-7793
Needed, mature roo-
tL mate, Beach Blvd.,
West of the Inter-
coastal available August
3rd. Call 992-7406
SNeeded, mature roo-
VL mate, Beach Blvd,
West of the Inter-
coastal available August
3rd. Call 992-7406
Prof. Fern, non- smkr to
share 4/2 Mand. home
daughter & cats.
435 to Rent
9A/DUNN. 30 mins
from NAS JAX, May-
-11 port. =0.mo all utll-
tes Included. DSL
Dlrectv, Near 1-95/295,
Junction N. Call Jeremy
TPurchase'one-of our quick move-in homes,, available now through
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Three contemporary home RidgL, on the Left.
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$575/mo. 904- 465 5792
H NICE N'HOOD
off San Pablo Road,
a1. rent Includes all $500,
pool & tennis courts
also. Avail 8/1. (h) 223-1843
OP/Jax very nice mstr br
w/priv. bth In beaut.
hm w/pool. $600mo+
$300dp util neg & S'side
condo 3/2 Rod 662-4700
ORANGE PARK $400mo.
pvt entrance, non. smkr
Westside Furn'd room
$400m. Must love dogs.
Halfway b/t NAS & Cecil
Estate Lake Home 4/2.5,
ch&a, 7ac, 400'on lake
dock$1500wk904- 731- 3837
all amenities. $700/wk.
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
515 Retail/Office Space
1-95 INTERCHANGE, in
Georgia near Florida,
w/17ft ceilings, 900sf
attached office, 3.2 AC,
912-266-5317 for Info.
ERA Kings Bay Realty
5 For Sale
MARINE TOWING &
FOR SALE. Owner's
SALON FOR SALE -$8k.
515 Office Space
AVENDALE / ORTEGA
Area on St. Johns Ave,
1940SF, bldg $3000mo
Call 904226- 3660
JAX BEACH -Prim Prof.
office suites. $500m
Mand/12058 San Jose
Blvd. Ofc/Condo and
2300 sq. ft. furnished
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
W'SIDE OFFICE SUITES
from 500-.1300sf $13 psf
Full svc. Utils. &Janitorial
incl Scott/Tom 384.3666
5 For Rent
DAY SPA & OTHER SPACE
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
BP Gas & Convenient
Store on 2.5 acre In
CONV FOOD STORE 2
loc. for sale very busy
makes good $$ 465. 538
In Middleburg- 2200sf of
leased space, 2 years left
on lease. Equip. Incis: 2
Lincoln Conveyor ovens,
1 prep table refrigerated,
walk in cooler, 4 work
tables, 1 chest freezer, 1
hot bar, 2 salad bars,
60QT Hobart mixer, 10
booth dinning tables,
high chairs, numerous
pans and small wares.
Call Linda 904-838-6888
or Mike 904-838-7659
PIZZERIA TAKE OUT &
DELIVERY. Est. clientele
area, 904o382 5834
for sale, Palm Coast FL.
$450K gross. Turnkey
Call 386. 931- 4553
REST/COFFEE SHOP FOR
SALE. 116 E. Adams St.
904571-7975. $35K obo
Satellite Sales/ Service,
10 yrs In bus. Existing
Training & consulting
Machine w/ Trailer,
2001 Pace dual axel 16ft
trailer, double doors
w/side door, incls 5 & 6
inch seamless gutter
machine. Asking $9500.
Call Chris 904-866-8761
565 Money to Lend
i65g or Borrow
100% LOANS -for stated
HOME LOANS -with as
low as 500 MID cred
600 Private Instruction
610 Specialty Training/
Class Starts August 11th
16 wk, medical tran-
scription state certi-
fied program. FMI:
Academy of Medical
ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Broker July 21st
Mortgage Processor July 28th
605 Schools 705 Financial
REAL TATE ncre-sed business
REAL E"i E means openings for
1Week DayClassAug 7 add qualified reps.
8 Wee Eve Class August21 Exp'd or not, will train.
Collection or phone
Superior Instruction exp. a plus. Great ben
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ALLIANCE 3127/3169 for Dan. EOE
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Alliance Real Mortgage 298-1200
Estate Institute ____ _
Sales Eve Class Sep. 4th
Broker Eve Class Aug. 2nd 707 Driver
Appraiser Class Sep. 1st Coln.
(904)880-8070 COMMERCIAL DRIVER-
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610 Training/ 904-265-2130
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VALUATION PROGRAM vehicle w a/c. Earn
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appraisal or 706-542-6692 Tim Collins.
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707 Driver 710 Industrial/ 720 Medical 755 Miscellaneous 905 Articl 905 Article 955 Househld 980 Spor 1010 es 1300 Motorcycles
DRIVER WANTED -Class CNAs needed for home BUS DRIVERS 2x4x8 untreated. WEIGHTS- 3501bs wI .. Chester Drawers (2) Mountain Bike UMBRELLA COCKATOO 4 BuelI BlaSt 2000
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ArCg Ftes Homendbaily LASTORERS &D sitters, Prof. Care Svcs, ENGINEERS S lumber $2ea. / olympic bar. $90. /(1) three drawer, one 4 ,l Gary Fisher Kaitai w/caae, male, full feath-
Drug testing and back LABORERS WANTED sitters. Prof. Care Svcs, ENGIN Craftsman Lawnnmwr. drawer, $45 each call I barely ridden $400 ered $1500. 997-0601 reaow miles
ground check req. All Top wages for Qual ified 035 Ft. MARINE CREW Treadmill, $ 9046263766 OBO.Ron5098114 WANTED 2, 2174
app icants considered. Individuals. Benefits' Call 743-5530/502-0236 PLAYER CLUB REPS Twin Bed, $50. $100 obo, 521 3176 9 OU23 0. Rn 5 1 $0WANTED 0 mg
Se 8-30-430 pkg avail 249-3049 OFFICE MANAGER PRCOOKS Call 912- 729- 2024 sect Pon Fl r e heater SOeer, DreLong Hair male HD '00 FXD
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& exp. Single Axs/Tan mIr and front office WAIT STAFF new pump, pool vidual1904- 497-9666 seats. Very comfort- 904-764-1401aft6pr piesforloving family k.I/ saddlebags, new
den. Bilingual a plus. Needed for residential hep o-Medical Asst or f c LOTTECHS accessories, needs _i able, must seelcall call 728784 veryedbatteryand tires.
Will train for Gunite. plumbing In the Jack LPNtlior back ofc. Send Apply atLn new linerr,$700 call Pat Building 2824960.Asking$550. WELDER WEIGHTLcFllN726vinterested cal 9044002757
Start $10.$11 while sonvlle north area. resumeto PO Box 4516. SunCruzCasino 781-4188 Supplies Dinln Rm.SetOak 60" benchadnaccesso- YORKIEPUP, CKC, HONDA1100 CBRBkbird
training, 40+ hrs/wk Needknowledge of St. Augustine, Fl 32086 4378 Ocean Street Accordlan 120 Base, tbew/210"LVS. ries.2601bs,ofolym- $600.10weeksold7/14. XX 99, bkw/chrome
401K &bnfts Jax & St. sewer and water Mayport Fl 32233or kenew$500.VCR 6 ha hina pic weights,10bs of dumb 904,314-9909 wh ert ramoe reen
Aug area. DFWP EOE Installation. Great pay Fxresume94-2702797ae ABrickNewApprox eP ig1bdchalrsandChina wunderlights, e osh mura
o006 018o EOE and benefits. Must 725 Office/p Faxresume 904,270.279 payer,Antque 2 rcabxcnd, $400. bells.$300obo.4223113 C uer elmrtoade
Shave own truck & tools.a Clerical CASHIERS, JANITORS radio $2S,7816222 pits, fence posts904 M/Flittlecuties $18,961m, Sacrifice for
class B LicenseExpe- 904-69-4611Pese cll for more @ NAVYLODGE mail boxes, DIN TBL -Oak Berle 985 Trailers 3984561 $6500. 9042465070
rlenceprefere. Information. ( plumb ACCTS PAYABLE/ HOUSEKEEPING CordlessTelephone $350.2826946 inlays,6 chrs, like new _______
bef e ng owledgeand/or TRANSPORTATION (Temporary ime) AT&T. 5. GHZ sS 3 $750. Drexel Heritage YORKIE PUPS 2M/1F Honda 1300c, 04
comp wage SIGN e willow back chr, new 16'TandemLawnTrailer 4weeks$900-$120. 6800m Vance
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a Trades Experience referred communic aton skills application. Dishwasher, Rane ir orSan chs rs, ap rnt o $9500. 553 3249
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needed. Transporta- Gator Leasing, Inc-Jax COOKS & LUNCH Aaply at 112 2 0 Ne w GAS BBA GRILL V board&NSpeakerS, SUVs T Fatboy 95.Lots of
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CARPENTERS PA3222IN0TERS, 4211 Arlington/Sside 4230 830 condition askinfor Gator Office Furnitureamrary 3 sections each 2208567. Marine Euipment 6000 .
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HOME REPAIR SHOTCRETE-for swim (904)645-5500 Beaches242-823 $200.273736 Mandarin Mult72 Famil640 cherry,$450219-6545 $300+9045686418 oadw/trailer.$8 condition,100 $6K
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FRAMERS WANTED 904-699-0644 NTallman, and Hillmann with chairs, good Entertainment Center 100 Livestock& Bikesoor 04eB408,cal-38maa
Cutman $r1-$21a/hr. E(exp w/deep wtr/ sew), condition, asking for r Floor Speakers. 2 Oak. Glass Front Doors Supplies 130 Auto Brokers0
e Dman Ws$10-$2/h r. l_7 ddon_ M h vd [eNatural Gas Foremans $00. Cal 868-s3930 Frisher @150w Ea., r e Shelvo es. 1 Ao Par2
Framers exp$10-$20/hr. 12 Mechanici Starte ot$10/hr+OT (exp Tw/backhoeSd a lovo r bheaa tp Suppliesk &131 Auto Parts
740la na h Con/Tct5n Coxw/ssioere s s r ear 4Plenty.e t Gre4 13 15 Auto Rent/Lease SCOOTER -like new, 400,
9 n onee exp.ANCHimmediate openings $ ;Lat Our company is bursting EXTENSION Rd. 0 e of storage. 97 bGreath 1320 Antques/Clss mi arm sys, keyless
Sub-Crews Wanted0 Beach & Univ S'side at the seams! All pos LADDERS-40ft$181 sterr26$1520i Condition. Will sell with Lm.
PA S 4k & o Ph 96 h 32 Sony TV for $1200 t 24R bst art, $1100 nirm.,
wit ew Wom tedia & Diesel Mechanics/Fuel& W'side. Exp with tools tons require exe and 38ft.$160,bring Samsung b2 o wihu TV Pe $s 132A blesstg
CARPENTER HELPER Wash Techs/PT CDLA Call Jay 904-651-0915 ence & good D/L. Good trailorCall264.15t6 Syncmaster 0 obo. 278-9621 v ilesS928-0263iVmsg.
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904-886-3263 dates to oin our win- CaffeAndamo T.B. Landmark Portale Prane $50 o.Call 904662020 Entertainment ntr AMERICAN ESKIMO Vans/Buses N
tea. Mechanics: 500 ar Dr s a drug free EE i $75 r best offer E
ta .s laoe Travel Grill ever TV- 36in. 3362027250e Health problems, one 135iAutos/Trucks i must go. $12 912-882- 1777
CONCRETECUTTERS WillMaint. and repair Ph. 904-280-229 used folds down Toshiba flatscree rcAmranleki m oeltipotmon 1t a antukrauZ6c
Exp'd. ExcDpay+bnfts customer vehicles with HELP WANTED. Days. corpact$with wheels L 400.382-5865 EXEC. DESKL-shaped American Eskimo, 12 Wanted-SuzukiGSX-RZ,600cc,
with longtime super a focus on diagnosis DANCERS, 30-35 hours. Westside $ 04691919 w/comp area writing yrsoderov Mnds adversary
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CEr Con TR. R fuel and e ur wash. Call 384-0870 gr ll n ever used sell $750. 904-317-4640 p i 419e E691en46Eal Jaa k- raraie in odedT5500.1-7219
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a gr owing site contract lease, rental, and svcfe DANCERS, huWauted wi when $. a. rua. oIA 2 MA MNere 0a C0
toro in Jax, seeks exp'd trucks. PT CDL A Driv- BARNERSs Wr0anted knitshrenel10 ST. NORTH 32244 WIheadboard, footboardwuara rumn New tre300
Concrete Flat Work ers: Will locally deliver BARTENDERS, (904)695-1919 SaO Rma i i eetrsedess. Dresser, qFur 9 u804-7527 Bo Motorh cL $2 00oil.
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Finishers trucks to ocustom- S WANTEDCHILDGENERATORCharity to benefit VPY, hutchmirror. Armoir,-t series, pump filter bearings $1700 269 5838/ 207- 9233
tWmove trucks Cal P384-0870 9CARE PROVIDER Colemanig17 $115. July 22.D a o12p lingerie, chest, oak water heater, hoo Ca R 904-962 -149S
ARuy Dei between our FL Cal80e 2mnaa crowave cart, nightstand. LwteSe -hte, 1 V LEXUS OFACKS
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App 8nDFOR INFANT.LPLEASE ARL -13157 Ft. Caroline More furniture. 233-1007 manual, $28. 268-2482 *40* LET US / 2003.
Road(904) 726-5990 for must have a valid CDL. &CALLEERIN o Geerator Colem.n1/2 ackoaaix Ft. SELLYOUR BOAT
details, with clean record or the & BARTENDERS 904372.9453 START AUG. e Om Caroline NMnal aLA Z.BOY (2) Rolack1oLabMixS SELLRYORConsignments R Needed.L High Mount
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HELPERS-Exppref. Call based on exp. Weoffer 8dltclengnewithpower ARL Moving Sale Sat. 8.3 or $100. Ca1772-1916 912.576-7280 A Rigid 02'infiatable Damien 505-7332. $400
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HELPS -E paednep.Wof1332 Clements Rd. off P dlng? OBO
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Hoese Elie at beneloomisfitgobs.c To aply DANCERS OFFICERS n Sittng ord SpOROOMay BE D $370 AL L Nd under.h of 9 RAT Terrier PUPS CKC Sawno, alumice & 0a2r2s unore. A a Ith
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LEADMAN- for curb & Wackos 39r-1110 M Come stay to a good Wrp ho e Wind Colle i ct ctor c. 1 70 Mu de st A 5-4 92 5 02 eman Ceondos
flat workALSO FINISH- GENERAL TRUCK Christian home hot Plates certified n LAKE ASURY/ SOUTH entertmnt cr, $700. BOXERS Brindle, 2 male 7500 MilesCobra
El RSbl fo& HELP cl ME CHANC E 'dClOri. bIsoxes. Col-Tlt 17 v BANK -3061 Lexi Crt. 631-5284a $400. ACA. 6 3reg H/C, pt. Canoe- Soalid old, custom pipes. ust
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DrssHeeR MECHANI n Sdi Cleang S DANCR f moreals, cu r to cane sea, paddles check. Doyle 213-8783
APPLY IPERSO at 75 p lson Blvd, J Bartender, Watstaff otemse(904)278621 HH books linens exc cond, 550. Solid CHIHUAHUA PUPS, LEXUSOFJACrextras 608-O57415995
6952 12th St. W. 32220 or call 772-1313 EDE Day/Night Available CR &hild R RLaminate Counter clothes, misc. wooU aro ir S r r In hr. 5 o, e
Call 268at81 8 3 o Child Lam -4pm C u te brandd armoire type ent Shirt hr/ Ing hr, $550.276 48203
Call 2681 BESTE I SHOWBAR 8 Topso x2ft ow/ MANDARIN Multi Family center, $350. 4chr $250&$450904-757 8567 22, 5 te l YamahaV-Star00'.
Call 268-1811e~i NEede S Ben AfRts &Car e f/ success, we s l ti F m dinette set, cherry $100. 15/ Pupp s 02 650cc, red,gray
MANUFACTURING AT THE dBEACHESI $30pa 535 W s Fs Dr I a-1 Howard Miller Floor COCKAPOOS CKCHC cute' fishin boatw/50hp t windshield sad
N f tring pfultime- Proesn Ia a l CROSSROADS $2esdhi e 00 70 3728 grandfather clock, as can be noneashead. Yamcaaf ourstroke bags, extwarr exc. '
tions, including forMlaiftnagOeno.Mandarin Multi Family cCherry, $450o219-6545 300+ 904-568-6418 loadw/traiier.$HK. condition, 158001mW5$6K
otons, including forklifte E, S I 9)6- Orange Park, turLawnowere F04dHPa7/22. 7.1211 280 Finch- -LC SOyr AC904-710-6184. obo/ 276- .2534
qanselectro-d C cal Counselor ] I Eualified Pre-School I $80, uprghtvacuumn, ey Ln. behind Lowes. 50 Blue/Gray Tweed, old, inci cage, stand and boats/1520ex.html
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o omechanicalweandoeline P sMaypshorttr Todder. Fun learningfulte 0..0 ",b iood R ) Oakleaf-Fall Creek w like new, excellent access- $1300 612-2485 "0 t 58
operators. We offer a Provides short-term atineepart time, care Rocmb peker, Subdivision condition. $300. V u r e hn. tSCULLUNG 1 0 uto arrs
reapportunity with solution-focused904-278-878035 d .904)260-2086. ocer panel Pups eg, DORY- Rowin ENTRY T 01
benare couples & group inter Staff, Busser and Cooks LicMnsedSDBEcareA 8-12 Sofa, King Bed SOFA LOVESEAT -Brown -F, -9590oCOMRF-S
located West of Jack- mention for service FT or PT; AM or PM Shifts Provider n Arlington MCR BER SOFA 6"TV msc home suede, new cond, $00. cover, new trailer CROLET
C ,Mlassified kitetrias$'75.27 111 904-272-2200
sonvilie in a growing members and families. +** j/Aroaopeningsfertwo .I (2)ENDRECLINERS doctor. Frank 382-5865 Brand new Mongoose DACHSHUND. Mini, CKC extras52750.1276-8203 x., 200ALused once,
community. Contact Masters degree in BartramPark 880-0204 yearoldsandup. l$gst Treadmill Nordic sdirtbike, $250. 7032992 Wormed/shots crrnt 6f Slingshot Bass caa 50 gan
Sanderson Pipe at Social Work or Mar 13760StAuustineRd Please callLinda,683-7199 Track EXP 20001, $150. ORANGE PK Multi-Fain $300. day 912-882-2002 cha $40, BoYatah 7 lmS
275-2833 and ask for rage & Family Therapy *-* GratCondiUn.Pictures iy Sale, Fri & Sat 8.12 o T h. Yamaha 187
H/2. or doctoral degree in Johns Creek 287-2008available, email 1300 Black Gum Ct.. lots good condition, $350. a44Dachshund PupsAKC t ,hrs. 1wo bate-P
MOTOR.PGRADERoy Johns2851sreCR 210"W 835 email@example.com of baby children items. Call 42- 9602 s Hrostter'i FORD EXPLORER
icnao pratic835 Cl-ervicng912-570-4731mi' kissy in/f.30lb..91'4X4.astis, wholelor
MOTOR GRADER Licenseoo practice, Services 91-576-O4731.REAFES 5 SOLID OAK KIHG/ ioped, $500 cash-. motor. $3,300 OBO
OPERATORS independently. 2 years Juington230-2202M C ORTEGA FOREST -4151 SbLnhoodKRd. Sat-headboard5w0c-4267573-2863 parts, notrunning.
PIPELAYERS&LABORERS post-master's super OSR13 U MOTORCYCLE Robnhood Rd. Sat 8-1, headboardw/lights, 904-449-4267 notitle,$500obo.
with5yearsexp. vised clinical exp. Job +.++-TOXIC PRODUCTS JACKET sofas, dbi oven, toys mirrornightstandtop DOBERMAN -black & 8 18ft.RegalMarine 622-8391
g Pe No: 06-57; Submit M- are in YOUR HOMEstorage cabinets, blues M/F AKC POP. 2000 in/out board,
EOE Top pay!Bnfts._401K resumeto Zeiders, 3421 195San Jose Bvd X IHAVE SAFER black, $50.270-5373 MOVINGASALE -furn $6S.2ts ce in Toyota lander, full
at 904- 75-8944 between Woodbridge, VA 22192. PARADISE ISLAND Cail Pam at 912-882-7849 PIANO-Upright $350; apple, exercise equip.&S352-745-6449 coverasly
6:30a & 8:30a Fax 800-286-2703 Email: Pair oftwanti.bets mrS8 1 aDOBERMANS Red, AKC, 9 cond.,$12,200.472-3678/ $35. Linda 783-0197
firstname.lastname@example.org DANCERS NEEDED $350; Small anti. kit. tbi tram Rd. Holds lots of cd's, dvd, wks, chpbdln $850 Good 282-0493
CallA998-3111TafterS6Mw/2chairs$225;388-4222 VENETIA -5617 Salerno "LP or tapes. Woodgrain, temp 229-247-5493 HUBCAPS 63'lmpala
with commercial & resi Cal998-3111afteat 9-2. Moving doubledoorsare 1'AQUATRON 00' SS,setoff4goodto
dential experience. LICENSED PINBALL MACHINE Everything must go. Iockableoncasters' DOG. FREEto good OpenBow4cyl, aipha very good condo.
tools &transportation. REAL ESTATE PARADISE ISLAND Full size, electronic $60.26&02482 home, due to health one mercruiser.Iow L 904321-0274.535
307-0110 DFWP A NEDE Asking$14000obo W'side Inside Sale Frie FriT 4 one mixed long hair,v-r$700onemecall2,9104-1-0NEW
PIPE CREWA For storm drain. N EE T ELY AC ERS1N E rDECall 904-772-7617 Sat 7-6; 392 Purcell Dr. Wrought Iron Table, 48" 12 years old, very yle- $78 0 obo, call 219-9173 TIRE-I- NEW
NEEDEDIMMEDIATELY Call 998-Furn hh huge Precious round white, 6 chairs, lng housebroken.779-6782 215/75/R15,also
Large northern St. Johns PubTw/2chrs$100.2 MomentsCol.781-2082 ,/ removable cush- 9ft. I/O3HPDeepV -J.hevyAstroAumRim,
Co. job. Ph. 772-1313 or WeAre Swamped WAITSTAFF Standard wht ba sinks ions can be use in/out ENGLISH MASTIFF IM, IF, Bit Beam, good con- $49.Must sell.Call
applv at 7587 Wilson Blvd. Guaranteedltsds frow day 1. Call Malabar Ie h] s $20ea. Garden tub, BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE doors, $400. 992-7146 AKC, incids spec orderc0 f diiton, new LED trailer 278-6281 also- 205/75/15,
EE DFWP Fax Resume To 743-2273 9801 Beach Blvd. 904-772-8358/403-2939 Your Garage Sale at c/ section PIP built inr-__906152 bo,__4230
PIPE LAYERS, FOREMEN, 641-5033 90O Antiques The Market Place! Surround sound all the FREE TO GOOD JET SKI's (2) W/D A
HILLMEN, TAiLMEN,. 902Appnances RIMS 20"100 SPOKES 7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA extras,$1600obo. HOMEWired/f
uRtiliTyCo.RS Top BROartendelstaffo 5905 Articles for a$650 w/ tires, adapt- Call 425-9602 Terrier Fox Hound, after 6,adn early sics
TRUCK DRIVERS for Site Buyers & Sellers WBartenders, Doorstaff 910Arts & Crafts ers, 912-573-4859 spkGarden/okeWOOvingKl, o
Real Eate Advantage WOOD BUNK Bng 10 on wee ends asking,
beUveits.A Iaty6 743l233Call 399-a1110 e915Building Supplies Lawn weat sold, one big baby forall.$2L904-529-8263 CORVETTE 87' RED
WBvrt.__90974-23292OBusiness'Ofce RIG1Kgdwnconaition, 3 yrs old. 947-6t. 97,500 mi, runs great
922 C.7 lec iDIPS 3nJ wedding dress, white ,. Mowers bedding is negotiable. GERMAN ROTIWEILERS 'etc. coed. $800.
740 Remail Justsee $165, er Williemail pictures. Also pups NC. AKC. Chbl. 1Firm call Patsy wk
wee2eastsW3 2 ts $ very household items, 5500-$600 535-7496outboard. 3501 912-573-4479 (hm)
!,V 25CcmD~t rug $ curtainsin, vases, candle hold-G$S0000bo, xtras 904- 225- 8310
Craft1hrsanhala9S388983.5HP,22"cut,$35 uainsases, Golden Retriever pups 710- 3475 or 777- 6829 Tony
-i -----_-t.i'1 927 Crart "hr.l Store 963-8898 obo, 3.75HP, 22"cut, ers.rocldng chair, tall 6" Born May 9th. HC, POP.
I98 Elecirrics S$55 oboStihU or Cub Scout foot foliage. 997-8731 BornMay9t 2 2000 SEADOO 0S FORDMUSTANG73'
llirlr]i 930FarmPBLO ri SCHOOL UNIFORMS weedeater,$50obo, either $250e__904.545-_24232a00'Seado G i S Convertible, fully
-aIii l...5 ...n 940ACgH ( 41c"FOR2SALE one Daniel Pease. 6 Machinery GOLDEN RETRIEVERS 2000,dTrtidnTrailer. J~r restored,302VA. C4
-k is sno .-r in ru A F9pups, 4M $400 2F, Garagekept. Package auto, many after'
serce,.91r2-,7D2ol40u01-,a945GtrteLw 4 Pr girls pants (khaki&beil Push &Tools $$00,5-fu7-b4loded'r ea8 obo. 220-0225 market parts, new tires,
SO, flH _urniture 4 -Prgrlsshortswith fv bagg ni-YANMAR&3700 8To500, l b d Regal2001, 2760ailly 904-6545557
_,-_ -iore, i,5 ird 960r.I9 ch,rr ,ns T Gr s t s cu (khaki)size6 ex tio n, 1 882,1052 Diesel generator, HAVANESE -Pups, rare, in dry storage, ac/ & 4 VOLKSWAGEN
-1oGirls skorts b(ue) size Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand electic/recoil start. non shedding, hypo0 1 heat, microwave, 2 .1. BEETLE 69'.
745 Sales 9701.iu_ -6cal _-d' o6Burgundy&greyplaidi Oneowner, newl1/2 allergenic, very intel- fridges, tv/vcr and more. BEETLE RUNS GREAT!
I _____,_'r c_- jumpers size 6, 6x vidual 904-334-8731 gallon, fuel- HR. $1800. ligent $600 904-375-2857 5ooksat$70K.Asking$65K. replaced, engine.
SALESPRSON 975 pr ,n, -2 Blue jumpers size 6, 6x 90_-321-0274 KALI KO KAT HOUSES 287-5228 transaxie, rebuilt carborator,
i, SALESPER-SON 9805 ,or-ng-,-,.-,:,,l.2 CALL 704, 8859 Leave a Household ~inyl cat cages 55pcs. .IMONTERAY 2085.9b -c
... -_ ,: $5 o,' 117-30 ,:,or 0iMAID HORIZONTAL AirolreHolds32"TV, POWER SCOOTER -Red Adorable free kittens, Swim Platform, 1325Automotive
y "FAX RESUME 78-39598 4 Great for bikes and / bookase on side effect cond, $500. Call seeking relocation to a Tande aM/eFtM/Cdtl.
OR CALL TODAY 783.85g8 lawn equipment storage on bottom B94-4901 warm loving, home Tandem axle trailer.s2CRA 3.2-T
O ATD 7 0 nique supports, 13001bs. Cost $90; bedroom furl- offering lots of lap time. ACURA 3.2TL '03
$449.99. Selling for $199. ture, gold winged chairs. Musical 287-5909 or813-9539 (2) 2002 Seadoos RXDI & Stk#8486B $13,988
Technical ANTIQUE REPRO Call 645-0630
isS ger. 750 Engineering PARLOR SET SOFA ArmolreHolds32"TV 970 Merchandise/ LAB&CATAHULA-Hwks GTX both 20hrs i fresh TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371.4877
SarnCAD OERAOR- ,,1 4i,, great cond.$200 / lassbookcaseon Services whet904-284-e,00 trailer, perfect condo. ACURA CL2.3 '992dr,
SAT!.! ;.ir.." r,,,,- : Elir, r,,c,:.:h msrTy rrrr~n, trn$. Exp'd in land surveying. ', r. tom, $70. Bedrm fUern. Drum Sets (150) $LabwpuppiesHAKC,block 4ooayf795ulT9-
C9NEWV PUMP 04.645-0630 Guitars $49Up 387-6527 loFblP F t tboahr, s
Need$225; 904-349n-3210 mercury outboard,1900aneat uroof,
r ,-.r-,wcpr er rih-.[ I' ..-'iih. ijlhg drawers,2hrgside $700.CaliPat 781.4188 QueenandFullQSamePrice i lessthanaoneshour L ABP PEsiYellCowls
F -- -,ro:'' re"'Dcabinets, refinished. King$160 (904)674-0405 comeswithAMPand males, AKC, sire natmp. $13,20obo.476-2128.
rnr, ~ r ;n-,:,lu r,r,o r,-,, 752 'tarehouse cbn6ts...e .In SwivelSpindle instructionalDVD eEukanuba B
ler,,o ,icjrdrr-,-lre ,pp,:-rtun.r?,, IhIr.,-.er t-',i.,r .404 12559 Back Barstools (2) BED $100s 1/1 grfeg. te health cert. $800.
25in.,$30ea., New Brand name box & matt PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA Call 352-331-7058 Advance Marine 730-3332 %J!* '03. Fully
'-i' v,,rdr,6-lhbh~r d ,',,ri-r r~d,,:-r, l "--" lJ-'-1il power can opener QNSETCande18S-9350 YAMAHA/FREEcPRICEpLIST LArAVAILABAuthorized Nissan9Serice equippedP$18,880
prorir,,rouie r L,-,r,. 5 902 Appliance knife sharpener. $10 New998-0012
irr'-n..len.CiPsle Furnktfr-h_ Prorammablencoffee BEDS115. Full SET, brand WHOLESALE.714-0141 www.labradorrescue.net WANTED!
Ourh) bnr.lbtnora e maker.$S8,781.8083 name, new w/warr in 1-866-464-5227 Boats, Motors, &Trailers LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE
65d9 103r,1Splasti 39-005 arind oAny Condition!
Our Jacksonville branch hasImmediateopeningsfor:Maag Washer maOr.1W Bpastec 391-001n can del9 Sporting MALTESE. CHIHUAHUAS, "The Used Parts People" /7NACURA RL '04 Nav,
WAREHOUSE PERSON se._ hire oGenb. curis A butterfly BEDg QN PT box &God POODLES, WEEKS MARINE 387-1440 y,
ApRtFmD DRIrER GUARDS .. pi ki, ,:,rd..r_. roer.t wiilselisepa~alel I exercisel901bsof mattressbrand name, PEKINESE904-374,6177 lmies.$27,890
ir,' r3h trut.. r,6 8i65170 weights,2barbells, new in plastic.858-9350 BIKES MALTESE -White, ISyr, RV's & LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE
F D ie.MWnEvB Q T IMAN'S & WOMENS Female.$450obo. .-1230 Supplies 998-0012
niFT,pT D3, h.FL- i.i.ble'i.sI. iod,nlntruci-.' MICROWAVE Asking$60 BD- both are oneksp 880-2794
I e WOKRostrbrk,,6,PT for SALE (904)ST74RV0405LAEcoasterRbrakeRA6"IL ACURA RSX 05'
psr WAREHOUSEW EcellentCondltionl tires, fendersin PETSERAVAILABLETSilversunroofD/AC,
M Mu:t be 21 'e'rs eO 3&e ,or ,ider I mmea.aIt;.' co. r..r..,: Like Newt.SI$5. Call BED $185. A Brand Name goodshape, $50oeach. GOOD SFRVICE MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS atyt9Kmi,eXt.
Auto Parit. $S6 HR E t.: Sheenah alt904-226-8411 WHOLESALE King Set. NEW w/warr DanieliPease. 912.729-4001 4 and ExcelCaree. SALLeG MTrvi H Es wr19Krn ext. 91 nd,
on.i.t-N rcdi. r ,.a, A WIO WO O Can deliver. 391-0015 Dayandnight904-7268784 J.D. SanderSR..
Eligible for Medical Benefits after JO doysl s-30n a' T- ,'r; R WDa. .
L01j2i F..rtur.,tP5.,-P.5. / elenrirSt 76.2Vrs, BED $299 Brand name Kg 9 DunlopNDDH Golf PIT BULL-pups, ADBA Alachua (386) 462-3039 ACURATL'04
--tsrt-r. F 'W like ne*. Call4l2 1417. Cordially invites pill top SET. New, w/ / Clubs With two 1-800-541-6439
Quahfied candidate.;_mustbe__ble_ _u_-_-_-_lull__,DrugFr _',rrlc or 777-6660 anytime previous and new warr. Can del. 391-0015 5 Hybrids Nike bath b HreC. Jeep -Boogieman $ Fully equipped,
pass a background check that includes credit, driving, for more details, customers to the BED $349 Beautiful new $125. 904-631-52 firm. 282-1268
crm3.rdooroyrahertoniaOF & matt in plastic, 7yr A MITCH- VALLEY therPOM-POOS $47S HC, 20-feet, 2 slIdesa LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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BuIckLaSabre93' 9 Fiat Spider 1983'2000. Lexusl/s400 MAZDA MILLENIA '02
good condition-AC o Verycleantwo 1996 8, 115k, Pearl met. w/beige Ithr,
x I works, new front tires, Q owners rebuilt engine 1 96Vh fully at/ac moonroof, loaded,
some dents, $2000 call & transmission o green/3hd fully 58K ml. $13,975. 425-4320
904-449-4104 $85o00obo. loaded excellent condi.
,Buick Rendezvous CXL call David @674-7628 tion, boise radio, pre- Mazda Matan '00
All factory toys + Fmin package, $8200.00 I 7 extended war-
dealer options, exc. FORD FOCUS '02 904571-9193 raty 52k miles
cond, factory warr. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 12k a 403356
$15,960 bookfor ,-e-'bt6e MAZDA MIATA 00'
$17K private 2826466 FORD MUSTANG GT '97 S, convertible,
CADILLAC DEVILLE'01. White. AT, loaded, low least er, fullyloaded,
Lthr, loaded, 47 900 m, miles. $7975. 674-4444 1 I$50l11917291892
Immac $13,975. 777-9119 N MAZDA MIATA '01
CADILLAC DEVILLE '00. A. i---'Lj- t...-.-IE= L= Convertible. Extra
Red metallic, leather, 91i' low miles. $11640
loaded 58K. Only $1400 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
down. all 674-4 02 AUDI A4 998-0012
CADILLAC CTS '03 Wago Aat 0
StC#701 $2098 FORD MUSiTANG 196 Wagon Avant MERCEDES E320 '97
Neon Gr.w/Red Stries One owner, leather, Loaded Iowmlleage,
TOM BUSH AUTOPEX 3714877 I WIIEEIS CAR, 02, sunroof very nice. $900 down.
CADILLAC ESCALADE Dual Flowmasters, $17'859 Call 699-9669
2003 loaded 22" rims Hooker Headers,
003loentertadnmert system, Racing Seats, MERCEDES 450 SL
enteiont stem, st $10,000 o.b.o. '03 CADILLAC Roadster"74"2dr,
clean, low miles must se Call 2078435, To View C. CconvS/ hardtop, red w/
$30,000 call 9234881 go to 537A Park Street CTS u tan It. a/cpw, at-
$30,000 call 923-481 ne owner, leather, full cover manuals, new
CADILLAC BROUGHAM CD. Reduced tires & brakes.
'92 Low miles, like Ford Mustang 02' 904-27&6251/542.8894
new.$2995. Must sell 3.8 LT, V6, flly loaded, 18 9 1
immed. 904-477-1806 TAUnewbrakestuned-up, MERCEDES E-320 -'01,
CadiEacuOVil.EWlds changed '04kHUMMER H2 4dr sedan, 66k me,
Excellent Condition. 912.S-1052 Sunroof Leather, 3rd $18,500. 646-1222
New tires, lots of Seat, XM Radio
extrascall 5091693. Ford Ranger 92'. $35,9 MITSUBISHI SPYDER COV 01
nexraVs, 9 $2FORD TAURUS$-SEGO ES L lik Stk#1742C $13,788
L $390 7417190 E mmaRegular Cab witon Leather, CD, I owner TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
998-22,,0120 miles Le 262482 Premi$32um Package NIAN MAXIMAles98
new. $28,990 998-0012 A S 9970499 Leather,
CARIOLETVW86 FRAME Cal King$52 Oak99-0012 '03 FORD GORDO EVROLET
aft Pearl white, 284-018 '04 CADILE NISSAN ALTIMA '02
9122270866 Onchrome wheels $21,98ly 31K miles neowner
LEXUS OF J AKSONVILLE immaculate condition' 3
90-7-20moxr tu&rco o4m '03 TOYOTA OLDSMOBILE
90498-0012 40000 miles975. 425-4320 HIGHLANDER 02& $3203AlerosN MAXIMA '98
HVPWAIS PM HONDA ACCORD COUP Limited, AC, V6, 4dr, at/acpWpd], cruise,
E.12988 EX C $249 monthly one owner CD, mileage as low as
GORDON CHEVROLETVW86' WA loed $1'03 59 13 ,000 miles
CHEVY MONTE CARLO LS l HONDA ACCORD '04 CHEVY $6975 anropm
$7RN C9H8VROET8 CD, flquipped. 4x4, Ithr, one owner 12 to choose
70K m GORDON CHEVROLET $20,u0 n FMECaK
904-272-2200 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $2with9 EASY financingM
some small rust cn ru kn s CONVERTIBLE SSAN A M
CHEV MONTE CAVA RLO LS 998-00123 6
2DR A AUTO $35 HONDA ACCORD vc03EX '02 BOXER 552 CassatAve. 1-10
GORDON CHEVROLET 4dr, at/ac, loaded Certed. 000 ONIAC FIREBIRD FOR-
904-272-2200 ml luxury & econo13,800 miles warranty L.7
$14,975 ca425-4320 HIGHLANDER 02 & 03 GRPRIXAlero02
TOMBUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 odd 24K, 7 ye '06 PORSCHE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-481
CHEVY CAVALIERBU02 K1 m elwa CAYENNE PONTIAC VIBE'003 CC
PLPWCC, PS PM HONDA ACCORD COUP Limited, AC, V6, 4dr. at/acpWpdl cruise.
TOMBUTE 71-4877 EX '05 $299 monthly one owner CD, mileage as RO as
904Che-272-2200 Call 6523166Shadow01 $4459 904-272-2200
CHEV MONTECARLOLS ,h 2 HONDA ACCORD '04 CHEVY $6975 and DuP
01 PWal REMOTE CC EX V6 Leather, SUBURBAN PO ACIX
904.327.7774 Anthony Hae sltck east. MUSTANG GT GO 1O C9H88EVROL
CHEVY IMPALA$7903. CCCD, fully equipped. 4x4, Ithr,CD, only 28Kni 904-272-2200 to hoose
PL, PSPW, 42k. $13,288 INFINITI Q45'98. AT, AC, $15A59 904-272-220
GORDON CHEVROLET $20 leather, loaded, 78K mi.80
904-272-2200 LXUS OF $12,975.4JACKSON25VI43LLE20 '02BMW7401
CHREV MONYSLE CABRINGLO 998-00IN 12NITI G35 '03mium P aORSCHE 674-4444
CONVERT. JX 98, V6PS PM 552 Cassat Ave.COUPE '04Pearl sunroof, -eather
MNRF $13,950i, AT Lded b
W'taGORDON CHEVROLET wcn 2 door blue, tan t. ri. PONTIAC FIREBIRD FRiful $3 9
as l ., p & ire s Ike rnew. S29.990
bo 90-272-226 070 998-0012 "02 BMW 325 ULA'9. T 5.7 VCI
CHRYSLER SEBRING VT04 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE nvertible Meredes, 82K m .777-Ben9119
CHEVYUCAVALIER 919 PONTIAC OR PRIX '02
OMBUSHAUTOPLE 3714877 Honda Cvic 05 LX Stk#G039 $11,9 MERCEDES
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '02 100K m warranty CAYENNE PONTIAC E 03. CC
Stk#G203 $85$8 4 door. $14,800. Cell Sunroof, leather, PM. auto PW PL $11,988
.02 Limtea. Looking LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 05 M tocoefm
K mLEXU s ,4drwhite,22" new chan and PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 02
$lS500 9l2 576 7794 _Lincoln TwnCar 95 leather, sunroof Porsche Boxer 03'
mDats un80. st212. jlgreat withrehoeo $38M 59 dwr p Ps lerac
19043279K g7774 Anthony Hav lie newstock, 74K miexhaust 1 e, c
CHEVY mPALA '03. CC, helmet 7age3gage Lthr, CD,' only 128K mi 9050che
PL PS s W, servicePW 42k. record$13,va2la8 Bros Porshe anton
C nRYSLER SEBRING P INFINITIG3c Premium3Package,,
CONVERT. JX '98 V6. COUPE '04 Pearl Purhase from there
S i s D.Na p ii'.t i GOTO Dealer$e0.$29.990
65obo 90- 6 t5 9958-001 2 "02 BMW 325C-9155 I'
0M BUSH AUTOPLEI 373.48T7 JAGUA. SeSypped. $7359 MERCEDES
Saturn SL2 '02 Exc cond,
casette, CD, pwr,
cruise, 73Kmi. Asking
$7000 OBO 904 386- 5449
TOYOTA AVALON XL '99
V6, AT, leather, moonrf,
75K mi. $9975. 699-9669
TOYOTA AVALON XLS '00
One owner clean only
$9999 Call 652.-3166
7 TOYOTA AVALON
'06 Fuly Equipped,
like new. $30,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA CAMRY '9 9
4dr, V6, 5spd, loaded,
$6975. Call 674-4444
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '96
ice cold air, 83kmi, all
pwr, $5895. 904-616-7969
'03 LE. Only
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA COROLLA LE
05' blue automatic,
kI 1-am/fm/cd cruise con-
trol, exc. cond, only
23K miles, $15,600.
TOYOTA ECHO '01 Low
miles. Gas Saver $199
mthly WAC Call 652-3166
/ VOLVO $80 '06
Leather, CD, Crew
Cab RTL. $27,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 VW PASSAT '06
Leather, CD, fully
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Trucks,Vans, SUVs 00-05
|$0 DOWN I
1335 $2000 or Less
CHEVY GEO PRISM '94
New tires and clutch.
1390000 ml, $2200
ph 502.3077 Lv message
& Chrysler Conquest 87'.
/ TSI red, 87K miles,
5 spd, w/turbo
great, needs some body
work, engine runs strong,
but hesitates when accel-
erating. Has fuel Injectors
and clips, battery, K&N fil-
ter, spark plugs & wires,
many extra parts. $1800
obo. Erlck 904-207-3119.
Cell. 355-5207- Home
Ford F- 100.71'
302 Topper, ran
when parked but
needs work to get
going aaln. $500.
Ford Ranchero 73'
3 02 engine runs
4,P strong. Has the
El Camno styke body.
Needs body Interior work
adn brake job. Great project
car for restoration. Good
tires, new battery and
starter. $150Oobo. Erick.
904 207 3119c. 355 5207 hm
Ford Taurus GL '91 all pwr
Pristire : 0ond ICE i:',la
a.,r alr,, $1600. 716 180
o. Mechanical Special
Ford Taurus 93'. needs
tl ransmisslon. drive-
able, new a. c, Ureas
thermostat. 200K miles.
Ss50obo. Call 534 4390
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '92,
reblh trans.'eng. go.lo
inl. AC. $1I50 OOo
77 9656: 25-1 955
Mitsubish IEclipse 94'
New clutch new
Needs Work Must Sell
FirsL t950. Takes Ill
Call 465 4123
Plymouth Neon 95., AC
stanoaard trars. good
Only 10,000 miles,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW X3 3.0 '06
S Wht/tan, like new.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
loaded. 22" rims, ent.
i sys. sunroof, on- star,
Scleian low miles, must
see. $31K call 923-4881
'03 Black Beauty!
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEV SILVERADO '05
C1500, XCAB, PL, PS, PM
CHEVY AVALANCHE Z66
Sprt pkg '03, Lthr Int.
40kmi. $23,900. 264-7445
CE CHEVY BLAZER 00'
| 4wd, ps, pb, pw,
cruise, new tires, new
front brakes, great
cond, $7K or take over
CHEVY CREW CAB Dually
'00. V8, AT, AC. 47,800 mi.
Nice! $13,975. 674-4444
CHEVY S-.10 '98 Ext Cab, 5
spd, exc cond, $6000
OBO Call 887.3182
4) Chevy & 10 02'
S 5spd, ac, custom,
QL paint, lowered, toneau
cover, custom wheels,
$9500obo. 912. 729-7643
CHEVY S10 XCAB '03. AC,
CC tool box auto $11988
CHEVY SILVERADO '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEVY SILVERADO K1500
'04. PM, CC, PL, PW.
CHEVY SILVERADO C1500
'04. XCab, PL, PW, PM,
CHEVY TAHOE LT '99
4x4 loaded, dual ac. Nice!
$6975. C2all 425-4320
4 CHEVY TAHOE 03'
BURGUNDY, V8, 3rd
i sear, leather, exec.
condition, 51K miles,
$21,500. Call 772-7031 or
CHEVY TAHOE '05 PL.
PW, CC, PS, PM $24,999
, CHEVY TAHOE '03
xtra low mi $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
) Dodge 1500 Truck
$182,000 5.2L, New
engine, 5spd tilt,
C/C electric win-
dows, dual exhaust
904-226.1910 $3500 OBO
of Orange Park
U,: 61 .1 i ] I U
J4 ,.II 100 .O uli' i.d Blud t..- Ill
8'.5 rj R mirjld Rij-jflj Blv'd
Lr l 'wud ili I1 40 .1"Jlt-J44,
TOM BUSH BMW
GiBr Ivp Sii liiv i lj') j W .':
4i, ,uJ v lilt Blv d i 4 ,ljtlj
CLAUDE NOLAN CADIllAC
4 )lJIj i S irt Ic o iA ;' ,111
'i'' jni B if,) Blvd 7 7(11)j
243 .ai M.ir 51 AiJi 8'249181
COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
110181 Prii, 6 t 260-7777
82"81 MfillI Ri 721-1880
I,'ii (,,, it'rm 264-4502
t B.6Oijsliii Bil.1 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
t.O ,ir.1 P ii:p H.,. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
11 h1 Br i 249-8282
I' ji Av, 387-4041
2 il.i LI I ulrih 3544421
11, 15 .,luljr.i i lv ii 725-7300
Chrysler of Orange Park
I i' Wi KR11d 269-1033
G,1,n U ..ue 1 "'if ij' 264-2416
1 i(.i i' ,ll A 389-7792
I-': .ii i1' Fern Bch.
'. OIl i '.,,,iri 354-4421
I1 ij Alliii B iid 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
tA r L .i,,,,, 264-2416
AnnuCE nfnu nnnpn
DODGE DAKOTA '95
X-Cab V6, cold AC.
$2975. Call 425-4320
DODGE DAKOTA '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
DODGE DAKOTA SPORT
2WD '03 X Cab, auto, CC,
PM, PL, PW. $12,388
DODGE DAKOTA 4WD '89
REG CAB, AUTO, AC
DODGE DURANGO '99
VS, AT, AC, loaded. $5975
4 Dodge Durango
SSPort utility 98'. Good
100K miles, must sell
7 DODGE DURANGO
only 14,000 miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE RAM 1500 -'04,
4WD, bedliner, tow pkg,
SLT, power everything,
16k ml, $18,900 322-1015
DODGE TRAILBLAZER 05
) Ford Bronco 94'
XLT, 4" lift 33" tires
rebuilt trans, cold ac,
912- 882- 7289 after 4pmr
FORD ESCAPE '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPLORER XLT '99
4dr, white, loaded, at, ac
$5975. Call 674-4444
FORD EXPEDITION '02,
Ed. Bauer Ltd edition. Exc
cond, $11,500. 264-7445
FORD EXPEDITION XLT 05
2WD, PM, REMOTE CC,
PW, PS $21,988
FORD EXPEDITION 2WD
'99. V8, leather, PL, PW,
CC, PM. $6988
FORD EXPEDITION '00
EBAUER 2WD PS, PL, PW
/7N FORD EXPEDITION
- '03 Eddie Bauer,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
,. Ford Expedition 00'
' 198,300 miles, power
leather, rear air, asking,
y FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '0S
Fully Eqpt $22,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F150 '94. SWB,
6 cy8 5spd, cold AC.
$2s48. Call 6 r4-4444
S FORD F. 150 95'
SI 6cyl,96K ml great
J,.,shape, well taken care
of, original pwner,
very dependable, $4000.
FORD F-250 Diesel '05
60K ml, ext cab XL, 4x4,
auto. PRICED FOR
QUICK SALE $23,500 Ph.
FORD F. 350 XLT 97'
7.3L. Diesel Crew
Cab. Dually, 152;
many extras, $15K obo.
Call 912- 579855/
Ford Ranger Pickup
S 92' with topper. V6,
j p 5spd, AC, recently
serviced, looks& runs
FORD RANGER 2WD '00
V6, CC, AUTO, XLT $8988
FORD XCAB RANGER '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S GMC 4x4 93'
Ext. cab DVD, viper
L alarm, 3" lift, ac,pw,
pl, cruise, new brake
904- 553- 4508/ 912-673-6541
SGMC DENALI XL
'04. Wht/tan, DVD
sunrf, fully equip
like new. $29,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Only 30,000
miles, like new.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 HONDA CRV '04
Extra low miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA PILOT EX 103
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA PILOT EX
'04. Leather, CD,
only 25,000 miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'06 EX. 4x4 Like
? new. $30,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Cf^ INFINITI QX56 '05
Fully Equip. $41,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7\ INFINITI FX35 '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
ISUZU RODEO -'02, 2WD,
65k mi, everything
power, runs and drives
new, $8895. 322-1015
JEEP LIBERTY LTD '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Si Aulij'bInr j ,-ti4.
l l' dj': u y Dli. ly H ,ill]uJilt l )
I-9 NJ E,, il ul12 irel 229.k ,1
Gi tK-i Cov Sprii0 E' 410.
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10;20 Philp: Hwy '34 92-3:"i
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
't All iljt i Bld 7'.,- O
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
lt b,, Jl [- lvd cL 'i
11US03 tiiiiiisHWV 8.-I-b.
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9'U1 Ailirili Clv, ;i. "''ilU
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
G liJti cespll,,,' u'M 4S"
COGGIN O liDAO ALTIC
11001 All ,t liB ld`14 I,-M u
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
'8'Wlli, H y i. I ?.ul, -4 1,.
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips Hwy. 370-1300
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200
10585 AtlanticBlvd. 998-7111
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
1-95 Exit 129, Femrn Bch. 1-800-228-7454
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078
I *T;=:T II11
y JEEP GRAND
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP GR CHEROKEE
LAREDO '04. PL, PW, CC,
JEEP GR CHEROKEE
LAREDO '99. PW, PL. PM,
CC, 2WD. $4988
LEXUS GS 430 '02
Loaded, really nice, Must
sell $19,999 Call 652-3166
LOOKING FOR A TRUCK?
b. MAZDA B2600EI 4x4
STruck, new tires
m on2.6L 122,000, 5spd,
Club cab. Having
baby MUST SELL
904-226-1910 $3800 OBO
MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '03
V6, white, loaded, very
clean! $13,975. 425-3659
NISSAN EXT CAB PU '02
Looking for Good Pay-
ment, only $199 monthly
WAC. Call 652-3166
NISSAN FRONTIER '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PL, PM, CC, PL, auto$5488
fe PATHFINDER LE '01
Fully equip. $13,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 NISSAN TITAN XE,
t AM/FM/CD, Bed-
liner class III, hitch,
4200 miles. Excellent
SATURN VUE AWD '05
SCION TC'06 One
owner/ $299 monthly
LTD '02. Leather,
CD, 4x4, sunroof.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f7 TOYOTA RUNNER
V!zLTD' 03 champ/ tan
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
loaded, 58,300 miles Very
clean $10,975. 674-4444
TOYOTA TACOMA '04
Crew Cab Limited V8
auto. 35,000 mi, loaded
$18,975. Call 777-9119
TOYOTA TUNDRA 4+4 '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
TOYOTA TACOMA '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
li L'J [Aili vdi B m 1 ; UI.ll
NR FLOIDA UINCUI MM Y
46 J I .u l BlimI 6"2141U0
LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
,Vi i l' ]l|,li]cn01 q': AlIr' lle
TOM BUSH MAZDA
i)ljl Aliinr Bld *." i. ':"
O'., 1 i, 1 tfliiy !BI14-t1 I1
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
OLki Apjori. fql, "'4 1U01
TOM BUSH MINI
' ,l3 i ALUii BBil vd.l
at the AVENUES
i8-7 Priil, Hfti y
VAMW 11 ulinITII.V .I.111Ti
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
2755 U.S. 1 South, St Aug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd 269-9400
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826
10100 Atlantic Blvd 725
ROLLS ROYCE- ORLDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht com
SATURN OF AVENUES
TOYOTA TACOMA 04
PRE-RUNNER, Exc cond,
$19k obo. 904 543-0611
TOYOTA TACOMA '01
Gas Saver Must sell
$9255 Call 652-3166
Tractor Trailer 1993 (48
ft.), clear title, good
cond., great for store
age, $2100. Call Randy
CHEV ASTRO '05
CC, PM.PL PW $16,900
, DODGE GRAND
/ Caravan, 2000,
-1 Runs and Looks
,Great! 99K, Blue, 10
disc CD. $5500 Argyle
4 Dodge Grand
S Caravan SE 99'
Exc cond, all records,
130K miles, green, tan
int. 22 mpg flex fueL $5290
obo Green Cove Springs
SDodge Ram 250 '94
4T Conv. Van 3.0L, A/C
Elec locks, win-
dows T.V. 94k mi,
runs good, good tires,
oversized $3000 obo
FORD 15 PASS VAN '06
TOM BUSH AUTOPUEX 371,4877
SMC Converson Van
'94 cold a/c, front n
rear, 4 captain seats
fold down rear seat
$2,000 neg 912- 882-3492
VAN 92'- couch and 4
S captains chairs,
sound, am/fmn cass. 97K
GMC G25 SAVANA '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ODYSSEY '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ODYSSEY '03
Good Miles $299 Monthly
WAC Call 652-3166
KIA SEDONA '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LOOKING FOR A TRUCK?
4) Kawasaki ATV 00'.
300cc. New top end-
new back ires, runs
4 Starcraft 1999 17 ft
sleeps 6 ice cold
A/C meticously main-
tained, garage kept.
spare tire $ 999.00
SUBARU OF JAX
10801) Alnl,i: lv] '
12'85 Cj'i ,il Av iB9-7700
ii05j AoiiiilBiii: 6,1 3 11
iA .Tvjull'. :.lTlf
1)9:q Aluiir. Bli J(12'-6 ;b2
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
1ll'it. Phnlhq,, H ,H l 26'A I
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
Slj1l iiiiAiiMJriV Ci0 I0 r:19O1l
,1. 1 '. i ouin 1t J Au
01o)-i .48P.4 or f904.7q.Tr800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
131 (j :ii A. il3'-4561
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2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
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
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
10384 Atlantic 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
UDUC ranPE RuuuuE LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO 10863 Philips Hwy 262-7145 SUPR-
il' iijii i81 1 777 5500 895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd. SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
RICK KEFFER Longwood/Orlando R407-339-3443 8105 BlandigO Blvd. 779-0071
WESVTIDE DODGE I 7454 W -1 : SATURN OF REGENCY WORLD IMPORTS
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Besides protecting our country, military
personnel stationed in our communities
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia last year. Their time
was given to community organizations,
church groups, youth activities, scouting
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Jacksonville-Duval Coun Area
Exciting Auction-Event Information
A Used Car Public Auction is being held at the WITH NO STARTING BID., You must arrive at In addition, you will know you are bidding on a
Morrocco Shrine Center today through Sunday least 1 hour prior to the auction to preregister quality vehicle because the vehicles are from the
to dispose of hundreds of cars, trucks, vans and and be eligible to bid. Coggin Automotive Group, many have been
sport utilities from Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, Over 1798 vehicles will be available through inspected in a 150 places, they are backed with
Honda, Chrysler, Dodge, Nissan and many other this event and many will be displayed on site for industry-leading warranty and come with the
domestic and import manufacturers. inspection prior to auction. Coggin Assurance Package.
During this event, your savings will be signif- The second manner in which your will save Again, come ahead of the prescribed auction
icant. You will have two opportunities to save, significantly is if you find a vehicle you want dur- schedule to inspect vehicles and to pre-register.
the first being daily silent sealed-bid automobile ing the inspection period you may purchase it Pre-registration is required to bid on vehicles
auctions. Some vehicles will be auctioned off for the clearly posted 'BUY IT NOW' price, during this auction event.
TODAY'S AUCTION SCHEDULE
Auction A: Auction B: Auction C:
10:00am 3:00pm 8:00pm
LOCATION: Main Auction Stage LOCATION: Side Auction Stage LOCATION: Main Auction Stage
FINANCING AVAILABLE ON-SITE
BAD/NO CREDIT WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH YOUR ABILITY TO SECURE FINANCING
QUALIFIED BUYERS PUT ZERO DOWN
Morocco Shrine Center
3500 St. Johns Bluff Road Between Beach And Butler Boulevards
Event Hours: Thursday 9:00am 9:00pm Friday 9:00am 9:00pm Saturday 9:00am 9:00pm Sunday 10:00am 7:00pm
ARRIVE EARWILY TO INSPECT AND PRE-REGISTER
www. surplusvehiclesale. com
A Coggin Automotive Group Event
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over seventeen Florida dealerships representing
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