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Family Practice & Pediatric Clinic's
School & Sport Physicals Marathon
Photo by HM 1 Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's HM3 Robert Miller gives Christopher Jones a shot in last year's
School & Sports Physicals Marathon as his father, AW1 (AW) David Jones prepares Christopher's
sister, Michelle, for her injection. More than 750 children participated in last year's event.
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Marketing
It's almost that time again! Put on
your jogging shoes for Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's Family Practice and
Pediatric Department's school age chil-
dren annual "School and Sports Physicals
The event is set for July 27 and Aug. 3.
Make your appointment now by calling
542-4677. The marathon will be held in
the Family Practice Department (Brown
Side). The clinic will be accepting
patients from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The pur-
pose of this event is to allow for our TRI-
CARE beneficiaries to get their children
either a school physical or a pre-partici-
pation sports physical. ,
School physical are typically required
by most schools before entry into pre-
school or kindergarten or if the child is
starting in a new school system.
Most schools and club sports teams
(like Pop Warner, etc.) require a pre-par-
ticipation sports physical in order for stu-
dents to participate in sports team try-
outs and other physical education pro-
grams. The purpose of this examination
is to ensure the child is medically cleared
to play the chosen sport. This form is
available in the Family Practice Clinic
and you can complete the form the day of
The hospital's annual "Marathon" is a
day set aside to provide school and sports
physical en masse to our Navy families.
All TRICARE PRIME patients who have
selected Naval Hospital Jacksonville as
their Primary Care Manager are eligible
for the physical. If your child is not
enrolled in PRIME, you may want to
enroll now and save the $40 or more that
it costs to get this physical done in a local
doctor's office. Remember there is no
enrollment fee for active duty family
members. Call 542-9164 for information
on enrolling in TRICARE Prime.
Besides the necessary school forms,
parents should bring with them their per-
sonal shot records, and sports team forms
if they have them. Patients will need to
See PHYSICAL, Page 10
'Blue' dreams come true for CNATTU Jax Sailor
By A TC(A W/SW) John Wilson
and Jena Stephenson
D1(AW/SW) Eva Takacs
recently received word that
one of her dreams is com-
ing true. Takacs of the Center for
Naval Aviation Technical Train-
ing Unit (CNATTU) Jacksonville
was notified that she landed a
spot as a crewmember for the
U.S. Naval Flight Demonstration
Squadron, the "Blue Angels."
She will be joining the elite Navy
and Marine Corps flight demon-
stration team headquartered at
NAS Pensacola this November.
Her dream of being a "Blue"
began in the summer of 2005,
when she received a ride in Fat
Albert during an air show at
Jacksonville Beach. The all-
Marine Corps' operated C-130T
Hercules, affectionately know as
"Fat Albert Airlines", joined the
team in 1970 and flies more than
140,000 miles each season. It
carries more than 40 mainte-
nance and support personnel,
their gear and enough spare
parts and communication equip-
ment to complete a successful air
from her chain of command at
CNATTU Jacksonville, Takacs
was granted an interview with
the Blue Angels and the arduous
interviewing process began April
24. The interview process con-
SPhoto courtesy of CNATTU lax
Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Jax Instructor AD1 (AW/SW) Eva Takacs explains the character-
istics of a T-34 engine to a group of students.
sisted of three grueling days.
During the first two, she was
involved in informal introduc-
tions and interviews throughout
the squadron and assisting with
work on the aircraft and manning
the flight schedule. The third
day began at 5 a.m. with prep-
ping the aircraft for the fly-off,
morning turns and the flight
schedule. Later, she interviewed
with' the branch chief petty offi-
cer, frontman, maintenance mas-
ter chief petty officer and the
command master chief. The
process was long and hard, but
all her efforts paid off. Finally,
on May 31, she received a call
from her detailer with the news
that she had been selected to the
team for the upcoming 2007 sea-
son. She will be assigned to the
Power Plants Division.
Takacs came to the United
States in 1994 from Dunaujvaros,
Hungary, and obtained her citi-
zenship in 2002. Her mother,
brother and two nieces live in
Jacksonville while her father,
stepmother and stepbrother live
in Detroit, Mich. She also has a
grandmother in Tampa.
She enlisted in the Navy Sept.
8, 1999, and attended boot camp
at Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill. Following boot
camp, Takacs attended Aviation
Machinist Mate "A" school at
Naval Air Technical Training
Center (NATTC) in Pensacola,
where she was distinguished as
honor graduate, and promoted to
Takacs then reported to VS-22
in March 2000 and four months
later earned accelerated promo-
tion to E4. During this tour, she
made deployments aboard USS
See BLUE, Page 10
Renters insurance: A vital component of disaster prevention
By MCI Mike England
Last year's active hurricane season
brought attention to the need for
homeowners to properly insure their
homes in case disaster struck. However,
lost in the shuffle was the plight of thou-
sands of apartment and home renters who
lost everything because they lacked
While your landlord or condo association
might have insurance, it only protects the
building. Your belongings are not covered
under those policies.
There are several types of residential
insurance policies. The HO-4 policy is
designed for renters, while the HO-6 policy
is for condo owners. Both HO-4 and HO-6
cover losses to your personal property from
17 types of perils:
Fire or lightning
Windstorm or hail
Riot or civil commotion
Vandalism or malicious mischief
Damage by glass or safety-glazing
material that is part of a building
Weight of ice, snow, or sleet
Water-related damage from home utili-
Electrical surge damage.
Floods and earthquakes aren't on the
list. If you live in an area prone to either,
you'll need to buy a separate policy or a
rider. In some coastal regions, where hur-
ricanes might pose a threat, you might
also need to buy a separate rider to cover
One thing to look at is whether the
insurance company will offer "actual cash
value" (ACV) or "replacement cost cover-
age" for your belongings. As the name
implies, ACV coverage will pay only for
what your property was worth at the time
See RENTER, Page 16
NAS Jacksonville establishes emergency hotline
NAS Jacksonville has established a hotline for service members, Department of Defense
employees, contractors and their families to call during an emergency 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 e-mail the NAS Jacksonville Emergency Operations Center at email@example.com to
relay their status and ask for assistance.
Please keep in mind that the hotline will not be staffed by customer service personnel and
only provides recorded information. It cannot be used to check on weather conditions or locate
friends or family. The hotline number and e-mail address are for use during times of emergency
Emergency information will also be broadcast on Cable Channel 118, which is run by NAVAIR
Depot Jax. This channel will run continuous information regarding the hurricane conditions and
For more information, contact the disaster preparedness office at 542-5595.
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2 Jla Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 27, 2006
Looking back in time
0 0 0
Three power hitters on the NAS Jacksonville Baseball Team of 19 pose for a picture July 24, 1942. From left, Ensign
Walter Shin, former All-American lineman at Penn State, Pat Colgan, minor league catcher with Scranton, Pa. and
Louisville and Ensign Bob Leahy, ex-Boston College athlete. Under the coaching guidance of Lt. George Earnshaw, former
Philadelphia Athletics star, the Jacksonville team won 38 games, tied one, and lost 12 during the 1942 season.
I am in debt and can not
get out! It seems that
whatever I try to do does
not work. I have read
books, listen to talk shows,
and talked to my neighbors.
Nothing works. Do you
have any suggestions that
will actually help?
Wow! At least you recog-
nize you have a problem.
That is actually the first
step. My guess is that much
of your debt is credit card
related. Americans bought
more than $2 trillion (yes
trillion, with a "t") of stuff
on credit cards last year.
The outstanding debt on
credit cards is almost $700
billion in America alone.
Three of five American
families do not pay off their
credit card balances each
month, carrying an average
of $12,000 per household.
It seems that we do not
mind being in debt. And
that is a big part of the
problem. However, with
the right attitude and a lit-
tle credit common sense,
anyone can get out of the
hole and stay debt-free for
life. Here are a few sugges-
First, spend less than you
earn. You will never get
out of debt if you always
spend more than you earn.
It may take a while to get
there, but 'et there!
Second, get organized.
Track your spending, bal-
ance your checkbook, and
pay your, bills on time,
every time. Know where
your money is going every
month! If you don't know
where your money is going,
how do you know if you like
the way you are spending
your hard-earned bucks?
Call your credit card com-
pany and asked them to
lower your rate. You may
be surprised to find that
many of them will do it just
because you asked. Don't
wait for them to call you
and offer to lower the rates.
It likely won't happen.
Double your minimum
monthly payment, no mat-
ter the amount, and your
credit card will be paid off
in about three years. Can't
afford that? Pay only the
minimum payment and it
could take 30 years to pay
it off. For sure you can't
Bottom line: Recognize
that you are the one who
got you into debt and you
are the one who needs to
get you out. You can do it
by taking one step at a time
and staying focused. Once
you get credit card debt
under control, it seems that
magically everything else
falls into place.
ON THE HOMEFRONT
WVomen, especlall mothers,
should be kinder to each other
Volunteers needed at NMRCS
he NAS Jax Navy-
Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS) is
looking for volunteers to
work as receptionists and
Volunteers must com-
plete a two-day training
class to learn about the
society, policies, budgeting,
etc. Caseworkers will then
Strain under the guidance of
another trained caseworker
until they learn the job.
No experience is required
to volunteer. For more
information, call 542-3515.
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
TM 1 (SW) SCOTT URIA
Hometown: Columbia, SC
Family Life: 3 kids Brittney,
tPast Duty Stations: USS Holland (AS 32),
USS Frank Cable (AS 40), NAS Jax, NRD
Atlanta. USS Carney (DDG 64)
Career Plans: Retire in 2009
Most Interesting Experience: NYC fleet
Words of Wisdom: The test of your char-
acter is what it takes to stop you.
DANIEL PATRICK CALHAN
3. Job title/command:
Family Life: Single
Past Duty Stations: Sasebo, Japan
Career Plans: Move up within the MWR
while traveling the world
Most Interesting Experience: Climbing
Words of Wisdom: Where ever you go,
there you are.
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
A10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..............C...Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Staff Writer LI 1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
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entertain media at sea
Photo by Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. P.M. Esposito discusses the capabilities of an SH-60F
Seahawk with a documentary film crew onboard USS Eisenhower.
By Lt Trevor Prouty
HS-5 Public Affairs Officer
During any normal day at sea, the
Navy's journalists, photographers
and public affairs representatives
work to tell the "Nightdipler's" story at sea.
Occasionally, outside media sources have
the opportunity to spend time aboard the
carrier with the squadron to learn more
about -the immense at-sea capabilities and
requirements of HS-5.
Recently, some of the Sailors from the
Nightdippers of HS-5 had the opportunity
to meet and discuss squadron life with two
different film crews currently working
aboard USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The Nightdippers presently find them-
selves aboard the carrier participating in
the Joint Task Force Exercise. The ques-
tions asked of the various Nightdipper'
Sailors ranged from simple living condition
queries to questions regarding the in-depth
technical abilities of the SH-60F and HH-
60H helicopters aboard the USS
Currently, one of the crews filming
aboard the Eisenhower is from the
Discovery Channel, while the second crew
is creating a documentary for National
The interface with the various journal-
ists give the HS-5 Sailors a chance to dis-
play their knowledge and expertise, with
the added benefit of often gaining some
notoriety back at home.
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New speed limit
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
The new speed limit while exiting all NAS Jacksonville gates has been increased to 20
mph. Drivers are reminded that this is a dangerous driving area and to use caution and
obey the posted speed limits when entering and exiting the base.
Access to care
gets even better
at NavHosp Jax
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville has adopted
"EZ Access" ap-
pointing in response to
patient feedback requesting
more appointment avail-
The Commanding Officer
Captain Raquel Bono and
the Executive Steering
Council (ESC) have a vision
to be First in Service
quality health care. By
ensuring timely access to
care, the hospital is not
only improving services but
also adhering to TRI-
CARE's Access to Care
Photo by Loren Barnes
Central Appointment's Clerk Jeremiah Fitzgerald takes a call
from a Naval Hospital Jacksonville beneficiary. Central
Appointments recently celebrated 10 years of meeting Naval
Hospital Jacksonville customer's needs.
In the TRICARE Opera-
tions Center Summary of
May 2006, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville is leading
other naval Family Medi-
cine teaching facilities in
access to care with a 92
Nevertheless, Bono has
formed an Access to Care
Committee tasked with
identifying ways to improve
Lt. Cmdr. Cliff Blumen-
berg, a Family Medicine
staff physician, is heading
the committee. The com-
mittee is focusing on cur-
rent appointment booking
rules to minimize restric-
See HOSPITAL, Page 10
Photo courtesy of VP-45
Members of the VP-3 reunion group and VP-45 Commanding Officer Cmdr. Mark Turner (cen-
ter) stand in front of a P-3C Orion in VP-45's hangar bay. The group visited the squadron
recently for their fifth annual reunion and to see how times have changed since their
squadron was here nearly 60 years ago.
host VP-3 reunion
By Lt. j.g. Scott Greer
The "Pelicans" of VP-45 hosted the
fifth annual reunion of the decom-
missioned VP-3 "Huskies" May 19.
The attending VP-3 members received a
tour of VP-45's squadron spaces, a briefing
about the P-3C Orion capabilities and cur-
rent operations, followed by a P-3C static
VP-3 was initially commissioned March
1, 1943 as VPB-136 at NAS Whidbey
Island, Wash. The squadron was later re-
designated as VP-136, VPML-3, and finally
to VP-3 in September 1948. From its
inception during World War II, VPB-136
began its operational status flying success-
ful photographic, bombing, antisubmarine
warfare and search missions in the
Aleutian Islands for more than 16 months
during 1943-44. After World War II, VPB-
136 was re-assigned to its new homeport of
Coco Solo, Canal Zone, and then to its final
homeport at NAS Jacksonville. It was
here that VP-3 acquired its new P2V-2
Neptune, and later the P2V-3W aircraft,
which it flew until its decommissioning in
Cmdr. Mark Turner, VP-45 commanding
officer, gave the "Huskies" a brief high-
lighting the current capabilities and mis-
sions of the P-3C Orion and compared
them to the missions they flew nearly 60
"We are able to do what we do today
because of the work you did back then,"
Turner told the attendees.
Following the brief, the Huskies were
able to view a static display of one of VP-
45's aircraft in the hangar bay. They were
quite impressed by the aircraft as well as
the technology that allows today's patrol
squadrons to be successful in their mis-
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mosaic of people
By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
wI as attending my niece's kindergarten graduation a
couple of weeks ago and could not help but notice how
many students had Hispanic and Asian surnames.
This elementary school was located in Prince George's
County in Maryland just minutes from Washington, DC.
Moreover, during my
travels around the
capitol city, I noticed
that the diversity of the
'population all around
,the region, both inside
the beltway and in the
outlying suburbs had
increased rapidly over
the past couple of
America is a nation
of many different eth-
nic groups and becom-
ing more diverse every
year. With that in
mind, I wondered how
some institutions and
deal with this new real-
ity. Futurists, econo- Chaplain (Lt.)
mists and human Azariah Robinson
resources professionals are tracking this change in demo-
Demographics of America's future workforce predict
that by 2010 more than 41 million workers will enter the
workforce and a staggering 76 million will enter retire-
ment. It is extremely important that this emerging and
-more diverse workforce have the skills and training to
compete with workers around the globe. While Europe
and Japan are experiencing zero population growth,
America is leading the way with a positive population
growth. The growing ethnic groups drive this growth.
Moreover, the Bureau of Census predicts that major
minority groups will account for more than half the U.S.
population by 2050. That means that it will be very
important to develop talent in the diverse new expanding
population in order to ensure that our nation maintains
its competitive edge. This change in demographics means
that most of our institutions and organizations will try
their best to recruit and retain a diverse group of talented
Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m., most sanctuar-
ies are not that diverse in the pulpit or in the pews.
Having said that, if churches are then going to be viable
and players in the new emerging America than expanding
outreach programs to connect with different ethnic groups
is very important. However, I do believe that secular
institutions have been more aggressive than houses of
worship in reaching out to these growing populations.
Businesses understand the need for a highly trained and
educated workforce to compete in a very competitive glob-
al market. Political parties are also looking at this change
in paradigm. In fact, in order to maintain their future
viability and invite new participants to get involve with
the political process is essential.
Some organizations both private and public are very for-
ward thinking in addressing diversity in the work place.
For example, the Navy celebrates some diverse group
every month. This approach is both educational and infor-
mational to the attendees. When we take time out to learn
about our differences and honor other group's culture we
become more broadened by the experience. If you get an
opportunity to attend one of these events please do, you
-will be enriched and enlightened by this experience.
All Americans share regardless of their ethnic background
the love of freedom and the chance to live your dreams.
Moreover, as I reflect back once again on my niece's
kindergarten class I could not help but think about the
seeds that are planted in the minds of these future citi-
zens and leaders of America. They will grow up in a more
integrated and diverse country where people mix and min-
gle on all levels. Our example of how we deal with diver-
sity in this great nation hopefully will be the model for the
rest of the world. Again, the American ethos of freedom,
liberty and justice is embraced by all of people of this
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Jacksonville CERT volunteers needed
he Jacksonville Fire and Res-
cue Department Emergency
Preparedness Division is offer-
ing a special training program to help
citizens deal with emergency situa-
The Jacksonville Community Emer-
gency Response Team (CERT) is a
program developed to train and edu-
cate citizens in recognition, response
and recovery from a major disaster
when emergency services can't re-
The program teaches volunteers
how the program works, fire safety,
medical operations including treating
life threatening injuries, triage and
public health concerns, search and
rescue, terrorism incidents, communi-
cations, disaster psychology and how
to use different strategies depending
on the situation. Volunteers will also
participate in, a final disaster pre-
paredness exercise to use the skills
The goal of the CERT program is to
have volunteers help make their com-
muriities safer, stronger and better
prepared for prevent ng and handling
threats of terrorism, crime and disas-
Classes are ongoing and volunteers
are always needed./ The next class
begins Aug. 12 and will be held three
consecutive Saturdays for eight hours
each day at the Duval County
Emergency Operations Center in the
Fire and Rescue Headquarters
Building at 515 Julia Street. The
final drill is planned for Nov. 4. To
sign up, call 630-7885 or go to
Annual North Florida Race for the Cure Oct. 21
Join 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 downtown
The event will include a coed com-
petitive 5K run, 2K fun run/walk,
Sleep in for the Cure, survivor cele-
bration, Kids for the Cure area,
Denise's Dash (kids run) and much
For more information, call 448-7446
or visit www.jaxraceforthecure.org.
Teams of 10 and- more are encour-
aged 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.jaxraceforthe-
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New Fleet Master Chief Takes CFFC Helm
Public Affairs Center Atlantic
Chief of Naval Operations-
directed Command Master
Chief (SW/AW) Jackie
DiRosa assumed duties as Fleet
Master Chief, U.S. Fleet Forces
Command, July 17, making her
the first female to hold the office
of a fleet-level master chief.
"I hope that I can be a role
model that inspires young female
Sailors to say, 'You know what?
The Navy does have great oppor-
tunities, no matter what my
background is, no matter what
my gender is, my race; it doesn't
matter,"' said DiRosa, who joined
the Navy in 1980 as a hospital
This is the second time in her
career that DiRosa has set a
Fleet Master Chief,
U.S. Fleet Forces Command
precedent, having also served as
the first female force master chief
for the Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery. "The opportunities are
here; it was just a matter of time
before someone broke through the
ceiling," said DiRosa.
"Since 1991 to '93, when we
(Navy) started opening up com-
batant positions to women, huge
changes have been happening to
our Navy. If we don't take advan-
tage of that, we only have our-
selves to blame. I hope to be that
role model of inspiration for real-
ly all Sailors, not just our female
Those she has worked with
insist DiRosa earned the job
through ability rather than to
promote gender equality.
"I think it's about time," said
Fleet Master Chief (AW/SW) Jon
R. Thompson. "The female popu-
lation represents over 20 percent
of our total forces, and it's about
time we shared the wealth."
Thompson also said that his
relief, DiRosa, was ready for the
job and the only advice he could
pass on to her was to stay the
course and enjoy it.
"Fleet Master Chief DiRosa is
fully qualified. My boss, Adm.
(Jonathan B.) Nathman wouldn't
have given any candidate the job
if they didn't have the skill set,
qualifications, maturity and wis-
dom to come into this position. A
lot of the people that Fleet
Master Chief DiRosa is going to
work with she's been working
with over the last four years.
They know her professionalism,
they know her tenacity; it (gen-
der) is not going to be an issue."
Over the next two years of her
tenure, DiRosa already has some
ideas on how she is going to take
on the responsibility of her new
"I have lots of plans in mind.
The first and foremost is to be out
and about and have a lot of all
hands calls," she said. "I want to
see all of the great things our
Sailors are doing in all the differ-
ent areas of the Navy."
While she works to grow into
her new position, DiRosa hopes
that Sailors will take her exam-
ple to heart and work hard to
accomplish their own goals.
"The Navy offers us great
opportunities, and it's those who
want to take advantage of those
opportunities that reap the great
rewards," she said.
"I want to encourage everyone
out there to seek out those oppor-
tunities even though they may be
a little scary. I look forward to
getting out and meeting people in
FFSC offers educational
and support programs
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accommo-
dations or handicapped
.access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra'-
The following workshops
are available in August:
Aug. 8, 9 a.m. to noon -
Aug. 14-17, 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Transition Assist-
ance Program (Separating).
Aug 22, 9 a.m. to noon -
Aug. 28-31, 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Transition Assist-
ance Program (Retiring)
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
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Health, safety hurricane recovery guidance available
Experts from several
have compiled and
published a pocket-sized
48-page booklet of safety
and health guidance for
Navy and Marine Corps
personnel recovering from a
"Guidance for Navy and
Marine Corps Personnel
Recovering from a Hurri-
cane Disaster" was com-
piled by experts from
Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery; Commander, Na-
vy Reserve Force; Com-
mander, Navy Installations
Command; Task Force
Navy Family; the Naval
Safety Center; the Environ-
mental Health Center and
representatives from the
Gulf Coast region.
These command experts
referenced current health
and safety practices and
guidance in the wake of a
hurricane for the booklet.
"There was an urgent need
for this type of document,"
said Lt. Tom Shu, Task
Force Navy Family medical
officer and lead officer in
the development of this
"Information is one of the
most important commodi-
ties. following a disaster. In
the wake of the recent hur-
ricanes, there was a
tremendous amount of
information being put out
by various government
agencies, but it wasn't
readily accessible to our
Sailors and Marines. We
took that data and com-
piled it into one concise,
Task Force Navy Family
distributed more than
2,500 copies to Navy and
Marine Corps personnel,
retirees and Navy civilians
in the areas affected by
hurricanes Katrina, Rita
"Guidance for Navy and
Marine Corps Personnel
Recovering from a Hurri-
cane Disaster" is available
on the Task Force Navy
Family Web site at www.
The booklet includes
guidance for returning
home, coping with a disas-
ter, dealing with mold,
recovering personal items,
cleaning and repairing
homes, as well as resources
for more information.
Task Force Navy Family,
in conjunction with subject
matter experts from multi-
ple Navy commands, is con-
tinuing to publish guidance
and frequently asked ques-
tions on subjects important
to Navy families affected by
the hurricanes in 2005. The
task force is coordinating
service operations in order
to provide a rapid return to
a stable environment for
affected Navy family mem-
The Navy family includes
Sailors, Department of the
Navy civilians, family
members and retirees.
Navy families affected by
hurricanes Katrina, Rita or
Wilma can obtain immedi-
ate personnel-related assis-
tance through the Navy's
toll-free number, 877-414-
5358, or obtain further
information by visiting
Task Force Navy Family
Web site at www.navy.mil/
Community Support Cen-
ters (CSC) are another
resource for hurricane-
impacted personnel and
families. The CSC staff can
provide one-on-one consul-
tation, assistance with
emergency assistance, mili-
tary family hotlines, emo-
tional support, school and
and all other appropriate
For a complete list of con-
tacts at CSCs, please visit
the Task Force Navy
Family Web site or call
Navy family members
can also contact the Task
Force Navy Family
Center for questions or
referrals relating to any
needs as a result of hurri-
canes Katrina, Rita or
Wilma by calling 866-345-
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Tysoh sings his heart
out during the
session at Vacation
Bible School at
the NAS jax
Ten-year-old Sarah Kinney creates a suncatcher during an arts and crafts session.
Ten-year-old Katie Shaneyfelt works on a word puz-
zle during in her class.
Vacation Bible School Teacher Julie Jones goes over the day's lesson July 19.
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Children hit tracks during Vacation Bible School
By Kaylee LaRocque
It was another successful year
for Vacation Bible School
(VBS) at the NAS Jax Chapel
last week as 86 military children
climbed aboard the Gospel
Express (this year's theme) to
participate in a wide variety of
activities offered by a handful of
Some of the activities included
arts and crafts, classroom les-
sons, music sessions and games.
As each day began, the children
were ushered into a main room
where they were seated on the
floor to participate in an energiz-
ing sing-along session, followed
by the lesson of the day presented
by Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope.
From there, they were split up
according to age groups and sent
to various places to create such
arts and crafts as suncatchers
and door hangars, to music class
to prepare for a presentation for
families and friends the last day
of VBS or to their classrooms to
learn their lessons. They also
enjoyed a nutritious lunch each
day, prepared by the male volun-
teers who decided to commandeer
the kitchen this year.
"This is really fun. being here.
A group of children create suncatchers as part of their daily arts and crafts session.
I'm really enjoying the arts and their lessons to their own individ- us and present them to the
crafts classes," said 10-year-old ual teaching style. This year, 24 chapel staff. They will choose the
Sarah Kinney as she decorated a adults and teens volunteered to one that best suits our needs.
door hanging project. help out with the program. After that, we determine how
VBS is run each year by volun- "Each year in February, I many volunteers we need and
teers who are given a curriculum choose several different curricu- start recruiting," said VBS
to follow and who adapt each of lums that I think might work for Coordinator Grace ;Heffner.
"Volunteers don't need to be expe-
rienced, the only criteria is that
they have to love children."
Each year, the program holds a
special mission project to collect
items for an organization that
helps others. This year's project
was close to home as the children
were asked to bring in canned
goods and non-perishable items
to be donated to the NAS Jax
"We wanted to do something
close to home. There are many
junior Sailors who seem to be
having financial problems and
who use the food locker so we
wanted to help out. It's military
children helping other military
children," added Heffner.
The week concluded Friday
with a special musical presenta-
tion highlighted by a slide show
of the week's activities for the'
children's families and friends in
the base chapel.
Next year's VBS is already
being planned. It is held each
year in July and is open to ages
5-12. Participants do not have to
be members of a congregation
here. Volunteers are always need-'
ed. If you would like to volunteer
as a teacher or in some other
capacity, contact Heffner ,at 542-
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Vacation Bible School Teacher Tony Larkin goes over the lesson of the day during a class-
room session outside on the pavilion.
Vacation Bible School Volunteer Nenita Cheng helps 7-year-old Christian Cuppy cut out a door
hanging project during an arts and crafts session.
Vacation Bible School Volunteer Ron Marley
serves lunch to one of the participants at the
NAS Jax Chapel's Volunteer Bible School July 20.
During this year's week-long class, the men vol-
unteered to perform all the kitchen duties.
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:*,' Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope gets the children motivated during the praise session of Vacation
- Bible School July 18.
Vacation Bible School Teacher Birgitta
Zepp sings the Books of the New
Testament during a class as her stu-
dents listen and try to learn them.
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Volunteers are needed to man the USO
Welcome Center at Jacksonville International
Airport. A variety of shift times are available. Call
Lynne at 305-4467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more details.
The Jacksonville and the Beaches Convention
and Visitors Bureau is looking for volunteers to
meet and greet visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti 0 Neal at 421-
Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Docent
Corps needs youl Volunteers are needed to dedi-
cate one morning each week to give school tours.
The Cummer Docent Corps provides an invalu-
able service to the museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures to the finished tour,
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Sailor realizes a dream
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Harry S. Truman to the Persian Gulf and
Mediterranean Sea. After her successful
tour in VS-22 and promotion to E5 in July
2002, she received orders to CNATTU
Jacksonville as a "C" school instructor for
the S-3B Viking. Prior to arrival in
Jacksonville, Takacs completed Basic
Instructor Training in April 2004.
During her tenure at CNATTU
Jacksonville, Takacs was promoted to
petty officer first class in November 2005,
and selected as the Junior Sailor of the
Quarter (first quarter) 2005, Junior
Instructor of the Quarter (fourth quarter)
2005 and Junior Instructor of the Year for
docents use a combination of important historical
information and good humor to bring works of art
to life. If you are interested in volunteering, please
contact Susan Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or by
e-mail at email@example.com.
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for var-
ious construction projects. For more information,
call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253. The
HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinat-
ing donated materials and furniture. Call 722-
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc., serves
Green Cove Springs, Orange Park, Middleburg,
Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through Saturday throughout
the year to help out. For more information, call
Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524..
PHYSICALS: Kids checked for school
From Page 1
be dressed in shorts, short-
sleeved, loose fitting T-
shirts, and a sports bra for
girls. Plan to arrive 30
minutes prior to your group
appointment to complete all
the necessary paperwork.
In addition to getting
your children's sports phys-
icals done, the Marathon
will feature information on
a wide range of health and
safety issues, provided by
the Wellness Center, the
base police and fire depart-
ments, Pediatrics, Family
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tive practices and increase the number of
Blumenberg said, "Adopting EZ Access
appointing throughout the enterprise will
do away with most of the restraints associ-
ated with traditional scheduling. More
flexibility equates to ease in matching
patients with appointments. The pilot pro-
gram initiated in the Internal Medicine
Clinic has been so successful that we are
moving to adopt it throughout our primary
Blumenberg is asking patients to take a
few minutes to cancel appointments by
calling the Central Appointment Line at
(904) 542-4677 when they no longer need
the service or have a scheduling conflict.
This simple act will free up about 900
appointments each month. Patients are
also requested to update their personal
information like address and telephone
* numbers. This is especially important
when a physician is trying to contact a
patient to discuss test results or treatment
Some patients don't call for an appoint-
ment because they simply don't know the
hours of operation for the Central
Appointment Line. Supervisor Christine
Childress said, "Many patients are not
aware that Central Appointments is open
from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through
Friday, and 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on week-
The line is only closed on Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Years Day. Wait
times are less than two minutes on aver-
age. Childress added, "We have one of the
best phone systems I have ever seen in
Call Centers. It allows us to view reports
that give us information like the average
waiting time of patients in the queue. The
Central Appointments clerks are being
more proactive in assisting patients with
obtaining an appointment that meets their
The clerks are now asking patients when
they would like an appointment rather
than justoffering what is available. The
clerk first looks for an appointment with
the patient's primary care manager (PCM).
If one is not available, the clerk searches
for any available appointment within the
assigned clinic. If unavailable, the patient
is offered an appointment in the Acute
Care Clinic (ACC) located in the
Emergency Medicine Department.
Patients have minimal wait times for
appointment scheduled with ACC.
Patients may also elect to speak with a
nurse for medical advice and treatment
TRICARE Online (TOL) is another way
for patients assigned to the Naval Hospital
to schedule an appointment with their
Primary Care Manager (PCM).
TRICAREOnline.com is a secure military
website that provides 24-hour access for
scheduling routine appointments and well-
ness visits. The TOL site also provides
interactive access to 18 million pages of
health and wellness information.
Providing more appointments, reducing
wait times on the telephone to schedule
appointments, promoting the TOL website
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health care are just a few ways Naval
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Jags tickets available at USO
From the NAS Jax USO
It's that time again! As the
Jacksonville Jaguars season
approaches, the Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO has released the new
rules and sale schedule regarding the
sale of USO Jaguars tickets. You may
pick up one of the brochures at the
NAS Jax or Mayport office. You may
also find the brochure on our Web
site, www.usojax.org, to download,
print and fold for easy reference.
Since the Jacksonville Jaguar inau-
gural season, the Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO has sold Jaguars tick-
ets to each home game at minimal
cost. The Jacksonville Jaguars gen-
erosity is not duplicated by any other
NFL team. The tickets are for the
express purpose of providing active
duty military personnel and their
families the ability to enjoy an NFL
game at a reasonable price.
Over the past 10 years, the tickets
have been sold under varying rules.
For example, during the first several
seasons, active duty military person-
nel were required to attend the game
in uniform. That rule was relaxed for
the comfort of the attendees.
However, the drawback to eliminat-
ing that requirement is a more difficult
time ensuring the tickets are being
used by eligible personnel. Unfortu-
nately, abuse of the tickets has
occurred, requiring the USO to reexam-
ine its eligibility for sale of the tickets.
This year, the USO is restricting
the use of these tickets in keeping
with the original intent of the pro-
gram: allowing members of the
Armed Forces and their families the
opportunity to attend an NFL game
at a significantly reduced price. Thus,
the use of the tickets is restricted to
Uniformed Personnel and their imme-
diate families only.
The USO tickets are bar coded to
restrict access to the stadium only
through a designated USO gate.
Through the cooperation of four area
major installations, uniformed gate
guards will be present at the USO
gate to enforce entrance policy.
Should individuals arrive with USO
tickets and not have proper military
identification, their tickets will be
confiscated by the gate guards and
entry into the stadium will not be
The USO asks for everyone's sup-
port in following the policy. This is a
generous program and great opportu-
nity for those currently serving in
uniform and their families.
Uniformed service personnel may
purchase enough tickets for them-
selves, their spouse and children. No
civilians or family members without
military ID cards will be allowed
admittance to the game (with the
exception of dependent children
under the age of 10.) Uniforms are
not required for admittance. Retired
military personnel, civil service per-
sonnel and civilians are not author-
ized entry to any Jaguars game by
use of a USO ticket.
The cost of the USO ticket is $8 per
ticket, regardless of age. The tickets
go on sale two Mondays prior to the
game. The NAS Jacksonville USO
will open its doors at 8 a.m. for ticket
sales and the Mayport Center will
open its doors at 9 a.m. for ticket
sales as follows:
Aug. 7 Jaguars vs. Panthers
Aug. 14 Jaguars vs. Buccaneers
Aug. 28 Jaguars vs. Cowboys
Sept. 5 Jaguars vs. Steelers
Sept. 25 Jaguars vs. Jets
Oct. 23 Jaguars vs. Titans
Oct. 30 Jaguars vs. Texans
Nov. 6 Jaguars vs. Giants
Nov. 27- Jaguars vs. Colts
Dec. 11- Jaguars vs. Patriots
For more information, please visit
he Ribbons & Roses Breast
Cancer Support Groups (NAS
Jax and NS Mayport) have cre-
ated a series of decorated bras to
express their experience with breast
This display is in the outpatient
clinic hallway (near the stairs and
You are invited to vote for your
favorite bra and then tell us what
month you think it represents.
Your suggestions will be used for a
calendar that will be available for
purchase after Oct. 1. Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Raquel Bono, First Coast News
Co-anchor Jeanne Blaylock, Dr. Joel
Stone and Waneta Araneo (a local
artist) have volunteered to determine
which bras will be on the front & back
The bras will be on display, for your
vote, until July 31.
You can also bid for your favorite
bra, just sign your name and leave a
contact number on your ballot.
Any money received will "go toward
the calendar printing costs. Vote for
your favorite today!
of the Year
Photo by Shannon Leonard
Lt. Cmdr. Robyn Cross of Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Branch Medical Clinic Kings Bay, Ga., proudly displays
the NAS Jax Female Athlete of the Year award after being
presented the award from NAS Jax Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson July 20. Cross was presented the
award for her numerous marathon events, including
placing first in the Fine Arts Series Sprint Triathlon,
Hammerhead Triathlon, Greater Floridian Ironman and
completing the Marine Corps Marathon. She has been a
member of the Southeast .Navy Region Running and
Triathlon Team since 2003. She is also treasurer of the
Camden County Cycling Club.
Take a peek!
Bra art on display at Naval Hospital
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Outdoor pool hours
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m.
Daily fees $2 Military, $3 Department
of Defense, $3 guests.
Command Sports Challenge
-Includes bowling, canoe race, dodgeball,
9sftball, golf and much more!
Call 542-3239/2930 for more details.
For more information call 542-3260
U.S. Sailing Instructor Course
$100 for military and voluntary military
State safe boating certificate required.
Call 278-0329 for more information.
Free kayak and canoe rental on Thurs-
day's for active duty.
Want to receive a weekly marina alert or
brochure via e-mail?
Send a request to Philip.S.Collins@
For more information call 542-3493
Customer Appreciation Weekend
$.50 games all day!
Does not include shoe rental.
Summer Bowling Specials
Sunday 5 p.m. 10 p.m., $2 per game,
does not include shoe rental.
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11 a.m.
4 p.m., 2 games and shoe rental for $5.
Shoe rental not included.
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
Call 542-3521 for more information
Lunch bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
SEvening bingo Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 p.m.
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
Zone gift certificates awarded!
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 ath-
letics call 542-3518/3239
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
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 home games.
Night of Joy at Disney's Magic Kingdom
Sept. 8, 7:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.
A group of 5 and 6-year-olds
dance to the sone "Move It,
Move It" from the movie
Madagascar during the Youth
Activities Center Talent Show
oto by Megan Elliot Friday.
Sept. 9, 7:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.
Fun, freedom and fellowship at Night of
$40.60 per ticket.
Eric Clapton with Robert Cray Band
Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
$86 Section 101
2007 Entertainment Books on sale now.
Trips, activities and costs may be
restricted to El-E5 single or unaccompa-
nied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more
Comedy Zone Trip
Free appetizers and admission,
Learn to Fly
NAS Jax Flying Club
Departs Liberty at 10 a.m.
Night-time Paintball Trip
NSB Kings Bay
Movies are shown at the base theater
and open to all hands. For details call
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Final Destination 3 (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Failure To Launch (PG-
Saturday, 7 p.m. Shaft (R)
Aug. 4, 7 p.m. The Benchwarmers (PG-
Aug. 11, 7 p.m. Larry the Cable Guy
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
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Aug. 8 and 22 for active duty.
Today, Aug. 10 and Aug. 24 for retirees
and Department of Defense personnel.
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
please call the Officers' Club mairi office,
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
Reef & Beef
$17 per person
Gourmet all you can eat seafood and beef
For more information on Youth
Activities call 778-9772
Before & After School Registration
Going on now at the Youth Center!
For more information call 778-9772.
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July 19. According to Lamb, his next
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FCCJ fall term
From the Navy
registration for Flori-
da Community Col-
lege at Jacksonville's
(FCCJ) 2006 Summer Term
which runs from Aug. 28
through Dec. 12, is ongoing
through Aug. 28.
If you have not been able
to get into the class you
have wanted in the past,
we highly recommend early
registration to reserve your
A placement test is
required for math and
English. Please allow 48
hours for Navy College to
process your tuition assis-
tance form. For assistance,
FCCJ classes at NAS Jacksonville for second half of summer term
English Comp. I
English Comp. II
Humanities in the Americas 4/116
College Algebra Brig
Elementary Algebra Brig
Intermediate Algebra Brig
U.S History to 1865 966/254
Life in its Biol. Environment 966/253
Into to Criminology 966/261
Into to Computers 110/Lab
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T Hazardous Mat.
T/TH Into to Business
T/TH Humanities: The Foundations 4/116
T/TH General Psychology
lend a .hand
By MCI (SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
NMSC Public Affairs
More than a dozen Sailors from
Navy Medicine Support Command
took time out from their duties to
lend a hand at a recent home renovation
for a local family.
The renovation was headed by Builder's
Care, a nonprofit organization in North-
east Florida. The Builder's Care mission is
to reduce substandard housing by provid-
ing repair to seriously deteriorated homes
belonging to the low income, elderly and
disabled. Local volunteers, like those from
NMSC assist volunteer builders and
craftsmen by providing food, drink and
time to the work site.
The NMSC personnel supported the 14-
day project by serving food and drinks at
the hospitality tent to the hundreds of car-
penters, electricians and plumbers who
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Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Jeff McDowell
HM1 Tomasine Jordan carries a table into the
completed home the day before the family
worked tirelessly at the site often from
sun-up to sundown. NMSC personnel also
helped stain the house's rear deck, carry
the new carpet inside and pick up the hun-
dreds of empty water bottles that littered
the work site. As the house neared com-
pletion, NMSC volunteers helped build
bunk beds and move the family's furniture
back into the home.
"It was fun to help out the family, and
the folks at Builder's Care did an amazing
job," said HM3 Di Hu, a medical Specialist
in the Centralized Credentialing and
Privileging Department at NMSC.
The group volunteered its time through-
out the two week project, which began July
8. The family arrived back to the com-
pletely renovated home on July 22.
If only the Greater Jacksonville Area
USO had a penny for every time you
searched the Internet now it can! The
Greater Jacksonville Area USO has regis-
tered with a search engine which is pow-
ered by Yahoo.
GoodSearch is a Web site that is success-
fully raising money for a variety of chari-
ties around the country. Every time an
individual utilizes the yahoo search engine
at GoodSearch, one penny is deposited into
the Greater Jacksonville Area USO
In just a week, with very. little promotion
of this resource, more than $8 has been
geniicikr~td through Web searches on this
"When you consider how many people
are on the internet searching for informa-
tion, this could multiply exponentially if
our military community would use install
this search engine on their home comput-
ers," said Greater Jacksonville Area USO
Executive Director K.C. McCarthy.
"The money raised through this Web site
goes right back to our military community
through the USO's programs and services."
To make GoodSearch your homepage
and contribute to the Greater Jacksonville
Area USO, enter www.goodsearch.com.
as your charity of choice.
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USO who is working to enhance the quali-
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it was damaged or stolen. So, if you bought a television
five years ago for $300, it would be worth significantly
less today. While you'd still need to spend about $300 for
- a new TV, your insurance company will pay only for
what the old one was worth, minus your deductible.
Replacement cost coverage, on the other hand, will pay
what it actually costs to replace the items you lost, again
minus the deductible.
"Replacement cost coverage will reimburse you for the
actual replacement cost of your property, up to the limit
stated in your policy," notes Navy and Marine Corps
Relief Society Jacksonville Director D.ave Faraldo. "An
insurer will generally make an advanced payment to you
for the *used value' of the property, less your deductible.
Then if you replace the property, you can receive reim-
bursement for the actual price paid. Your agent can
explain this part of the claim process in more detail."
In some regions, most insurers write ACV coverage. In
others, they'll quote you replacement cost coverage by
default. Replacement cost coverage will cost you more in
premiums, but it will also pay out more if you ever need
to file a claim.
Let your agent know about any particularly valuable
items you have. Jewelry, antiques, and electronics might
be covered up to a certain amount. If you have some
items that are unusually expensive, such as a diamond
* ring, you'll probably want to purchase a separate rider.
If you don't talk to your agent about an expensive item
when you buy the policy. you probably won't be able to
recover the loss.
To ensure you are compensated for any belongings you
lose from a fire, storm or other catastrophe, you should
inventory all of your personal belongings. "Many people
learn after a fire or storm that they didn't have enough
personal property coverage. Making an inventory will
7 help you decide how much insurance you need. It also
will simplify claims," said Faraldo. "Your inventory
should list each item, its value and serial number.
Photograph or videotape each room. including closets.
open drawers, storage buildings, and your garage. Keep
. receipts for major items in a t'fireproof place."
If your apartment or condominium becomes uninhabit-
able due to a fire, burst pipes, or any other reason cov-
ered by your policy, your insurance will cover your "addi-
tional living expenses." Generally, that means paying for
you to live somewhere else.
This coverage has a limit of about 30 to 50 percent of
"'the total value of the policy. So, if you're insured for
4$100,000, your "additional living expenses" limit will be
,,$30,000 to $50,000, depending on your policy terms.
%Your insurance company will continue to pay while your
*:home is being repaired or rebuilt or until you perma-
,.nently relocate. Sometimes 12 months is the longest an
insurance company will continue paying. With some
policies, you're limited to what the insurance company
considers a "reasonable length of time."
, Renters and condo owners insurance policies have
Additional benefits. For example, a waterbed liability
'.provision is standard in most renters and condo owners
Policies. If your waterbed bursts and the water ends up
*in the apartment below yours, your insurance would
a-cover the damage.
" Liability protection is also standard with most renters
,,and condo policies. This means if someone in your unit
slips and falls, you're covered for any costs, up to your
liability limit. If this person sues you, you're covered for
what they win in a court judgment as well as your legal
expenses, up to your policy's limit.
Just like any other type of homeowners insurance poli-
cy, your premium depends on a number of factors: where
you live. your deductible, your insurance company and
whether you need any additional coverage. There are
ways to reduce your renters or condo owners insurance
bill. Increasing your deductible (the amount you pay
before your coverage kicks in) is one strategy. Make sure
you can afford whatever deductible you choose. If you're
thinking about getting a dog, you might want to think
twice. Some insurance companies are reluctant to write
policies for owners of certain breeds.
Most insurers offer discounts for "protective devices."
including smoke and fire detectors, burglar alarms, and
fire extinguishers. Some insurers might, offer discounts
to policyholders who are over age 55 and retired. Others
might offer a discount if you buy both an auto and
renters policy (called a multi-line discount).
V Regardless of how you decide to reduce your monthly
,premium, NAS Jacksonville Office Personnel Support
'Manager Patricia Wheeler hopes that no one decides to
skip out on renters insurance all together just to save a
Sfew bucks. "Renters insurance doesn't cost a lot, espe-
*cially when you take into account its potential benefits,"
she stated. "It protects your household goods and covers
you in case you or one of your family members is held
liable for damage to another person's property. It is an
excellent investment that every Sailor should make."
By Capt. Audricia McKinney
and Bonnie Powell
Special to American Forces Press Service
Military families are being
encouraged to "load up their
pantries" as the Defense
Commissary Agency (DeCA) launches
an awareness campaign encouraging
military families to keep nonperish-
able foods, water and other necessi-
ties on hand for emergencies.
DeCA is teaming up with the
Armed Forces Emergency Services
Branch of the American Red Cross to
raise awareness of disaster prepared-
ness throughout the military commu-
The "What's in Your Closet?" cam-
paign is intended to get military fami-
lies thinking about how prepared
they are for a disaster. Customers
will see posters and handouts in
stores, and reminder buttons on
employees. With the June 1 start of
rs: Get prepared
hurricane season, military families in seven days."
coastal areas at home and abroad Toward that end, Nixon said,
need to be ready, said Patrick Nixon, posters in commissaries will list sug-
chief executive officer and acting gestions of supplies to have on hand.
director of the Defense Commissary "The commissary disaster prepared-
Agency. ness posters have a list of basic items
"We want to raise awareness of the people might want to consider," he
need to keep emergency supplies on said, "But there may be many more
hand and that shoppers can realize items such as shelf-stable milk or
savings of 30 percent or more by favorite snacks that people might
using their commissary benefit to wa t include. This is simply
supply their emergency closet," he want to get people thinking and
added. intended to get people thinking and
The media has also heightened get them to take action now."
awareness of the possibility of a pan- Red Cross representatives will have
demic, an outbreak of infectious dis- the opportunity to provide commis-
ease that has the potential to spread sary customers with information and
worldwide. answer questions about disaster pre-
"Disasters can take on many paredness. The type of information
forms," said Joseph Moffat, executive and events offered will vary according
director, Armed Forces Emergency to location, and in some cases cus-
Services. "From blackouts to bliz- tomers will also have the opportunity
zards, to tornadoes and earthquakes, to sign up for volunteer services and
everyone should be prepared with classes, such as first aid or disaster
enough emergency supplies to last preparedness, DeCA officials said.
NAS Postal Employee says
David Kistler has
seen a lot during the
20 years he has
served at NAS Jackson-
ville's Post Office. He first
came aboard the base in
1986. as a window clerk in
the old wooden post office
on Saratoga Avenue next to
the former Jacksonville
Navy Credit Union before
moving to the current
building on Child Street a
few years ago.
Kistler has punched the
time clock with great co-
workers including Joyce
George, Lutrell Greenaway,
Janet Pierotti, Julie
Villareal, and Dwight
Prtichard. "His outgoing
personality is contagious
and we are surly going to
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spouses, and children mail
many a care package to
loved ones deployed all over
the world, most inked with
rubber stamps depicting
messages of love that
Kistler has collected for
that "special touch."
He's prayed for the safety
of squadrons heading over-
seas, rejoiced in their safe
returns and enjoyed the
camaraderie of the military
postal employees, the hos-
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but a position opened up at
the Cecil Commerce Center
Post Office and he won the
He regrets leaving NAS
Jax, but the position offers
a promotion and is much
closer to home. "Dave will
be missed by all," said NAS
Supervisor Leon Fells.
"During the last 20 years,
he has served his cus-
tomers with great pride.
NAS Jax will never be the
same without him."
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Tips for flying with children
New requirement for active-duty family members in TRICARE Overseas Program Prime
TRICARE policy requires act-
ive-duty service members with
overseas orders to verify com-
mand sponsorship for accompanying
family members for enrollment in
TRICARE Overseas Program (TOP)
Prime, including TRICARE Global
Remote Overseas (TGRO). The poli-
cy also requires family members to
reside with their sponsor to be eligi-
ble for enrollment into TOP Prime.
Beneficiaries may seek command
sponsorship through Service person-
nel channels. If service families
without command sponsorship move
overseas, they may pay costly out-of-
pocket health care expenses, as they
are only eligible for TRICARE
Standard, TRICARE Plus and space-
available care at military treatment
When TRICARE Standard benefi-
ciaries seek care overseas, they may
have to pay the entire bill at the
time of service and then file a claim
for reimbursement with TRICARE.
Under TRICARE Standard, family
members must pay an annual
deductible and cost shares each time,
they get care outside of the military
If command-sponsored families
enrolled in TOP Prime or TGRO
have a newborn or adopt a child
while overseas, they may enroll the
child in TRICARE Prime.
Sponsors that bring non-command
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Inspect chimneys at least twice a year. Clean them at
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Use half-inch mesh screen beneath porches, decks, floor
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Install a smoke detector on each level of your home,
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Teach each family member how to use the fire extin-
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Consider installing protective shutters or heavy fire-
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Rake leaves, dead limbs and twigs. Clear all flammable
Remove leaves and rubbish from under structures.
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is now taking nomi-
nations for the 2006 Blacks
In Government (BIG) Meri-
torious Service Award.
Nominations are due to the
Navy EO Office no later
than July 31.
This award recognizes
the contributions of one
active or reserve Sailor that
has significantly con-
tributed to the global war
on terrorism through out-
standing support to the
mission of the organization
and also demonstrated
efforts to promote African
Americans within the
"Awards like BIG help to
promote diversity and posi-
tive race relations in the
Navy, thereby strengthen-
ing our organization. They
recognize Sailors that are
helping others and building
morale not only in the
. Navy, but also in their com-
munity," said Lt. Matt
Hooker, liaison for the
Navy Diversity Directorate.
The BIG officials will
present the award at the
28th National Training
Conference in New York
City Aug. 24.
All packages should
include a black and white
or color digital photo of the
nominee in a JPEG format
(pictures should not be
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biography (not exceeding
two pages); and a typewrit-
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the nominee's accomplish-
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JAK SPORTS & STANDINGS
Weekly sports recap
The intramural golf league plays every
Wednesday at 8 a.m. and the summer basketball
league plays Tuesday through Thursday starting
at 5 p.m. The greybeard summer basketball
league and the flag football preseason got under-
way last week. The greybeard basketball league
plays Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:15 a.m. and
noon. The flag football league plays Monday
through Thursday at 5:15 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. If
you would like to join any of the leagues, contact
the base gym.
Captain s cup fall
volleyball league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command DOD personnel and selective
reservists. All interested personnel should stop by
the base gym to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
meetings August 23
The Greybeard league meeting will be at
11:30 a.m. and is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
selective reservists, and command DOD person-
nel ages 30 and older. The intramural league
meeting will be at noon and is open to all NAS
Jax active duty, selective reservists, and com-
mand DOD personnel. The meetings will be held
in the conference room of building 850 located at
the intersection of Yorktown and Mustin Road and
next to the Galley. Commands that have their
athletic officer or designated representative attend
the meeting will receive 5 captain s cup points. All
interested personnel should attend the meeting to
discuss rules and to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3H, 30M Women 4H
Triathlon Men 2H, 30M Women 3H
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim,
10K run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Intramural Golf Freedom League Standings
As of July 21
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The Navy Wives Clubs
of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first
Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in
Building 612 on Jason
Street at NAS Jacksonville
at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and
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 No. 300 meetings are
held the second Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Oak Crest United Methodist
Church Educa-tion Building
at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled Ameri-
can 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 service
officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from
1-4 p.m. to help with claims.
To make an appointment or
for more information, call
The Clay County
Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Fed-
eral Employees invites all
active and retired employees
to their regular monthly
meeting the second Tuesday
of each month at 1 p.m. at
St. Vincent's Medi-cal
Center, 2300 Park Ave-nue,
Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general mem-
bership meetings are held at
7:30 p.m. on the first
Wednesday of every month
at the clubhouse (Building
1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina.
Boaters and non-boaters are
invited to attend. The Navy
Jax Yacht Club is a mem-
bers 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@
Parents Without Part-
ners meetings are held the
second Sunday of every
month at 7 p.m. at The
Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organiza-
tion is open to any single,
divorced, separated, or wid-
owed that have children of
Single Petitioner Chap 7
any ages. For more informa-
tion, please check out our
Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at
10 a.m. at the Calvary
United Methodist Church,
112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange
Park Mall. Moms and chil-
dren are welcome at all
activities. For information
contact Nicole Lopez at 504-
6016 or go to mom-
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 infor-
mation, call Janneice Moore
at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jackson-
ville Chapter 1984, Na-
tional Association of
Retired Federal Employ-
ees extends an open invita-
tion 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
Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the
fourth Thursday each
month. 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
Boulevard. The "Wing-
nutts" invite all those inter-
ested in motorcycling and
motorcycle safety. They also
have a weekly get together
at the Dairy Queen on
Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For
more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
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-
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The deadline to sign up is
July 24. For more informa-
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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 informa-
tion, call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museum
of Art & Gardens is offer-
ing free admission each
Tuesday from 4-9 p.m.
through September. Visitors
can attend lectures, docent-
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Sailors of the Year
advanced to chief
By MC1(SW) Brandon Schulze
MCPON Public Affairs
Vice Chief of Naval Operations
(VCNO) Adm. Robert Willard meri-
toriously advanced the 2006 Sailors
of the Year (SOY) to chief petty officer dur-
ing a ceremony July 20 at the Pentagon.
CNO Shore SOY, HM1(FMF/DV) Jeromy
Cronin; Atlantic Sea SOY, MM1(SS/SW/
AW/DV) Jordan Rosado; Pacific Fleet Sea
SOY, AE1(AW) Dennis Simpson; and Navy
Reserve Force SOY, HM1(FMF) David L.
Worrell each received a Navy Commenda-
tion Medal prior to receiving their chiefs
anchors. Throughout the week, the four
Sailors of the Year and their spouses met
with Defense Department and Navy lead-
ers, visited historical sites, and enjoyed
special events held in their honor in the
Washington, D.C., area.
Prior to the pinning, Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy (MCPON) (SW/FMF)
Joe R. Campa Jr., who hosted the week's
events, offered his remarks to the Sailors
preparing to enter a chiefs mess with more
than 100 years of history and experience.
'"The uniform you put on today, and the
,anchors that will soon be placed on your
,collars, carry with them a new responsibil-
ity and new expectations. The importance
'of your new role cannot be overstated,"
;said Campa. "I am privileged and honored
to welcome you into the chief's mess
The VCNO began his remarks by
addressing his expectations of the four top
,enlisted Sailors as they approached the
culmination of months of interviews
throughout the selection process.
"Their promotions are not as much a
reward for past performance as they are a
vote of confidence in their future abilities.
These Sailors have proven themselves
ready for increased authority, responsibili-
ty and accountability," said Willard. "As
chiefs you'll be evaluated on your ability to
accomplish the mission and on your dedi-
cation to the growth and development of
your Sailors," he said. "I can guarantee
you'll face challenges you've never
dreamed of, but with these great chal-
lenges come great opportunity, and I know
While each of the four Sailors expressed
their gratitude for the opportunity to rep-
iesent their respective communities,
Worrell, the Reserve SOY, also recognized
the many Sailors and Marines with whom
he served in Iraq and the chiefs, senior
chiefs, and master chiefs who mentored
him throughout his 15-year career. He also
spoke to the other three Sailors who were
recognized at the ceremony.
"To be included in this group never ceas-
es to amaze me. I'm really honored to be
associated with them," said Worrell.
Throughout the Sailor of the Year com-
petition, the Akron, Ohio, native has repre-
sented 3rd Battalion, 25th Marines, where
he currently serves as assistant battalion
chief in Brook Park, Ohio. In the past year,
he was mobilized and subsequently
deployed to the Al Anbar Province, Iraq.
As Weapons Company leading petty offi-
per, he was responsible for the medical
care of more than 200 Marines and Sailors.
While iri Iraq, he established temporary
aid stations during numerous high intensi-
ty combat operations. After he returned
stateside, he stayed on active duty for 30
days and personally tracked 15 Marines
from his unit through the medical system.
Rosado, the Atlantic Sea SOY, said he
found the opportunity to learn about the
other SOYs' backgrounds very interesting,
especially regarding the different experi-
ences they've had in the Navy from
Worrell's experience with the Marines in
Iraq, Simpson's experience in the aviation
community, his own experience with sub-
marines, and Cronin's experience with div-
"There was one common theme I
noticed," he said while discussing the
POYs' similarities, "was the drive and
determination and the desire to succeed."
Rosado continued by saying, "You don't
strive to become the Sailor of the Year.
You just strive to do your work, serve your
country and do the best you can."
The youngest of the four new chiefs and
Brooklyn, N.Y., native, Rosado entered the
Navy May 12, 1998. He is currently serv-
ing aboard USS Seawolf (SSN 21), where
he is the Auxiliary Division leading petty
officer and the command fitness leader.
, He is qualified in Submarine Warfare,
Scuba Diver, Diving Officer of the Watch,
,Chief of the Watch and Duty Chief Petty
Officer. Simpson, the Pacific Sea SOY, said
he enjoyed meeting with and hearing the
individual perspectives of senior leaders in
the Navy from the Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy, Vice Chief of Naval
Operations, and Secretary of the Navy, to
the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
and Secretary of Defense. He gave insight
to future Sailors interested in being select-
ed next year on what to expect with the
SOY process, based on his experience.
"I think the majority of the boards were
focused on trying to see how much you
knew about the Navy not just about your
squadron, your command, or your region.
All of these guys have that same knowl-
edge of the entire Navy from what's going
on at home to what is happening in 5th
Simpson was born in New Bern, N.C,
and is currently assigned as an instructor
at the Naval Leadership Training Unit,
Little Creek, Va. As the Pacific Sea SOY,
with 10 years experience in the Navy, he
represents Fleet Air Reconnaissance
Squadron 3, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla.
During his assignment there, he held vari-
ous positions, including work center super-
visor, compass calibration program manag-
er, and fuel cell entry supervisor. At the
completion of his tour, he was the Night
Check Maintenance Control supervisor
and was one of only two first class petty
officers qualified to release aircraft "Safe
, Cronin, the CNO Shore SOY, summed
up the importance of the afternoon ceremo-
ny and what it personally meant to him to
receive the honor of meritorious advance-
ment to chief.
"I think every young Sailor when you
come in, you look at leadership and the
first thing the enlisted Sailor looks at is
the chief," Cronin said. "The chief always
has the answer. If you have any issue no
matter how small or large you always go to
the chief. To become that chief is a pinna-
cle of a career."
Born in Tucson, Ariz., Cronin entered
the Navy July 14, 1993. He is currently
serving as a high-risk instructor at the
Naval Diving and Salvage Training
Center. He was hand selected as lead
instructor and corpsman for the inaugural
SCUBA Mobile Training Team mission to
Beirut, Lebanon. He provided valuable
medical support, taught diving medicine
and supervised more than two dozen dives
for members of the Lebanese armed forces.
CNO Adm. Elmo Zumwalt and MCPON
Jack Whittet initiated the Sailor of the
Year program in 1972 to recognize out-
standing Atlantic and Pacific Fleet Sailors;
the next year, the program honored the top
Shore Sailor of the Year. Sponsored by the
CNO, the program annually provides
recognition to the Navy's outstanding
Sailors through numerous presentations,
awards and meritorious advancement to
the next pay grade.
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4/2, 2094sf, gated
comm, remod kit,
MBR bath, tile, hrd-
woodSS appll, $314,900
PCS orders, 997- 61861/
267' DEEP LOT In all
brick location brand
new home 2557sf, 4/2,
$89,000 -2/1, 2 car gar,
biks from schIs. Lease
opt to own low dwn
Call Diane 277-0808
AAA New Homes & newly
remod homes all parts of
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FSBO All brick 4/2 1983sf,
Irg culdesac lot,2 car.
grdn tub $225K OBO
8020 LOURDES DR. NORTH
RTO -3790 Cedar Forest
Dr. E. 4/2 Brand new
constr. $1500mo. Call
4/2/2 NEWI 2700+sf
covered prch. Ig fncd bckyd,
on cul-.de-.sac, 421n. cab,
all upgraded black appll.,
$45k blw bidr price $229,900
Owner/Agent 561- 301- 9745
hhm w/loft & garage, no
'bank quallfing, $176.000
Call Angle 813-.731-9466
SALE FELL THROUGH IN
WATERMILL 3/2/2, 1500sf
: $10k below value+up to
an addit. $Sk to buyer.
8446 Stelling Dr.
$199 ,900 or $194,900
$100 MOVE IN
Rent to own. No pmt for
30 days. Call now
721-3225 or 993-7669
FSBO 7317 Southland
2/1 w/smi loft 954sf,
just remdl, appr @ $91K
asking $81K 993-5709
N'side & W'side. No
money down, no close
ing cost. Poor credit ok,
move in fast. 449-6069
3/1 GOOD CONDITION
LARGE YARD $89,900
N'S 3 & 4br aval $300, a
job and decent credit
moves you in. FSBO
Broker/ Owner Florida
Home Owner Realty.
Call Ethan 881-9455
* SELL $119K APPRSD
$165K Highlands 3/1
waterfront 1/2 ac. 2 car
gar needs work, bad
credit ok. 904-464.0002
2/1 CH&A ON 3 LOTS,
35W. 16th St.
Needs some work.
3/2.5, 1868sf Luxury
condo. $30K under
builder's price $10K
Atl Bch 3/2 TH frnch drs
to patio, fncd yd, roomy
1334sf. 1927 Mary St.
ATL BCH 4br/1.Sba brick
on 1/2 acre. Slight
fire/smoke damng. Grt
buy $180K 904- 626- 0663
ATL BCH home 2400sf
3/2 Fully updated
Owner fin avail $759K
For sale or lease.
904- 338- 6690 / 891-7550
Dutton Isl Preserve 3/2
new roof, red oak firs
very clean $210K, call
Dutton Isl Preserve 4/2.5
Brand New Keywest
Style home 2400sf, $425K
L'Atrium Ponte Vedra
Lease Opt $1300m or
$295K, 2br/2ba, 2 cg,
pool. frpic. 338-4334
PVB/DOLPHIN COVE #1
Seatrout, 3/2, remod kit
Ig pool, Agents welcome
1 NEW BUILDING IN
JARDIN DE MER CONDOS
Recently released by
& golf course.
Open 1-5 dally or call
for appt. 904-241-2270
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total, paved rd, move In
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Call or more Info.
335 Orange Park/
4BR/3BA In Fleming Island,
totally updated, lots of
tile & stone, new kitchen
& bath. Lake lot, Great rm
+ study. A truly beautiful
home $293 000
Watson Realty Corp.
Linda Smith 904-655-6788
A Full Service Brokerage
DON BROWN REALTY
225-5510 OR 571-7177
BELOW APPR. IN PACES
FERRY 4/3 w/pool, cus
tom stone work, 2655sf,
$299k obo. 904-375-1294
Brand New Hse 3br/2ba
OakLeaf Plant. $218K
Lease to purchase opt.
Owner Fin. 407-948-5408
Club Cont. Winterboume
TH end unit 3/3 + bonus
2150sf 2c gar $339K.
Eagle Harb. FSBO on
lagoon. Quiet culdesac
3br/2ba, every upgrade,
EAGLE HARBOR FSBO 4/3
Lg open kit, tile, lots of
upgrds, presv. lot, $339K.
A+ Schools. 904-213-8375
4br/3ba/2car on wide
GOLF COURSE(12th hole) w/
fireplace in resort commu-
nity. Prewired audiovisual
upgrades to numerous to list.
STEAL ME at $425,000
FSBO (561) 339 9512
5505 Silkwood. large
3BR/2BA on over 1/2 acre
lot, new ceramic tile In
living areas, new paint,
fabulous inground pool
fenced backyard. Own-
ers being transferred.
Convenient to A+ schls &
NAS Jax. $269,000
Betty Shaw 58& 6454
Flem Isl Eagle Harbor
Immac. 3/2 wtr view,
$329,900. Open House
Sat & Sun. 904-264-4113
a FSBO- 4/2
Brick House with Pool.
OLOrange Park 1900sf, on
cul de-sac, $236K. Call
215-2310 for appt. PCS
FSBO Orange Park Area
4/2.5 Like new. Bit 2001.
904-463-0210 Will co-op
Magnolia Pt GCC, 3 lots
on golf course from
$127,900 & new const.
4/3 on ravine lot $419K,
scrn porch, tile &
Pergo floors, Built in
brick beauty in
Oakleaf, brand new
on nature preserve
Pictures and info at
CALL TODAY 276 1992
OP COUNTRY CLUB FSBO
4/4+den, study, bonus rm,
3254sf, model home $529K
CALL (904) 213-9590
Orange Park 1/2 ACRE
2951 Dakota Dr. renov.
2500sf, 4/2, hdwd/tile.
$197.9 Realtor 215-5833
ORANGE PARK CC almost
new 4/3 on golf course,
all appliances. $395K.
338 Baker County
GREAT LOC. IN GLEN
-lac lovely brk home,
2/1, great cond, $155k
340 St. Johns
$349,900. Gourmet kitch,
r tile, $15,000 down,
200mo flex pay, crdi
SALE FELL THROUGH IN
JCP. 3/2/2, 2050sf, $30k
below appr. +up to an
addit. $5K to buyer.
836 Buckeye LnW.
$294,900 or $289,900
342 St. Augustine
NORTH CITY MARSH
cal custom, verypriv
1/2 ac. $795k 824-9756
North City By Owner
HOME FOR AUCTION
3br/2bth + 2 sunrooms
1854sf., 1 block from
water, valued @ $320K,
$249,500. obo. inspec-
tion Sat 7/29 Sun 7/30
12pm-5pm. Home will
be sold Sun night 7/30
TO HIGHEST BIDDER.
24hr free recorded info.
1-800-263-2563 x 1793
PAGE HILL 3/2
_. dr, Ir, Irg. kit., caulted,
ceilings, 2 car garage,
MB w/garden tub, sep/
showers, nice lawn, Irg. lot
screened patio. $194K.
4 YULEE. PAGE HILL
3/2, DR, large
k kitchen, vaulted
ceilings, 2. car gar.,
screen porch, 10'x17'
Nice lawn MB w/
garden tub, sep/shower,
BLACK HAMMOCK ISL
3.2 acres cleared lot on
ICW. 100' on deep waler
w.- INCREDIBLE VIEWS,
transferable dock per-
FLEMING ISLAND RIV-
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acres. Can be split. Call
for appt. 904.269-6467
Fruit Cove River Oaks
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scrn lanai w/summer kit,
outdrfrpl w/grill, dock
/boathse + jet ski lift.
Lots from $129K
Have your Fisherman's
get away! Canal lot In
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access. Red. 970-846.4290
Live on navigable water
way 3/1 brick, in S'slde
area $299K lease to
own, VIP RIty 962-6190
QUEENS HARBOR ICW
ESTATE LOT -Spec-
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FSBO 6000 On The River
3/2 $339.500 Firm. No
in Ga 912.223.6925
(Ready this Fall)
Third floor, elevator, 3
bedroom, two full
bath, 2 car garage,
stainless steel appli-
counter top, living
screened lanai 177sf,
total 1929sf over
looking wooded pre-
serve. $344,990. Gated
golf course commu-
nity Please call
Rent to Own New Hodges
3/2 $1450mo., Low dn or
2/2.5 Town Home $1325
mo, Low dn. 501.5694
THE RAVINES: lbr/2ba
18th hole, new wd firs &
apple, spare Murphy bed
for xtra, newly remod
$99K. 2br/2ba 2nd hole
recently remod $129K
260.2935 call for appts.
WILLOW LAKES CON60
Lrg priv. 4/2.5 TH,
conv location family ori-
ented $129,900. 779-2288
3An Out of Area/
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Prices as Low as
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GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
picture perfect 2+acre
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crks and a short walk
thru massive hemlocks
to beautiful Lake George
185K Call owner/Bkr
for pics. 800-521-6788 or
see lot #310 at
DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU
Land Homes Packagest
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385
DW -extra nice, prime
loc In Sr. Park. Asking
$62,500. Call for more
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
CALL (904) 291.2735
Only $1000. down and
own it after 6 mos. only
a few left call 695-2255
NE FL & SE GA $0 DOWN
477-4225 OR EMAIL
MH In Normandy Estates
1989 14'x70' 3/2 Exc
cond. $13,500 Call
904-887-4366 for appt.
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2,u1600SF+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$895 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874-1862 or 291-3100
New 4 Bed 2 Bath
1600 SF, Mobile Home on
a Large Wooded Lot
$875/Mo. Must Sell!
CALL COLLINS 291-0716
with no credit needed
and low down pmt.
Owner financing. Call
5. WESTSIDE 14x66,
T 2BR/2BA, new
1 carpet, utility shed,
many extras. $12,000
370 Lots for Sale
CLAY COUNTY 3 ACRES
Hwy 218, well, septic,
paved rd, ready to
build. $75k 509-3311
QUEENS HARBOR ICW
ESTATE LOT -Spec-
tacular views, $990k,
VIP Reality 962-6190
Suwannee River Lot
1/2ac wded, inci cmp'g
cabin FSBO $26,500
904- 247- 6508/591- 6996
2800 ACRES IN WAKULLA
CO, FL. App. 22 miles
south of Tallahassee w/
Hwy. 98 frontage. App.
8 miles to St. Marks
investment & recre
over 1,700 acres of
Call 770-444-3511 or
S ACRES GCS -hi/dry,
homes only, off of Hwy
17, $250k. 904-219-2621
BACON CO hm w/lrg barn.
Fncd & x-fncd. Bring your
horses/cattle on 25ac.
Another 25ac. 912.632.1391
Cook County GA 165+/-
acres on the Little
River. Excellent deer,
turkey & duck hunting.
$3300/acre. Allied Land
and Timber Company
Land for sale In Colquitt
Co as well.
Cook County, GA 152+/-
acres on Hwy 37, E of
Adel. Custom built hm,
4 ponds completely
fncd & ready for horses.
Priced at $1,862,000
Allied Land and Timber
HENRY CO. GA. 35.5
acres, fen, paved front
age, 3/2, beautiful lake
& stream with Irg hwd
la schi dist. apprx 5ml
$1MM. 912-359.3781 or
MACON CO., GA 17TAC.
2lyr P P. 1 lyr P.P.
Beaver Pond. Great road
Aiken County -549 acres
located 2 miles off 1-20.
Over 3 miles of road
3/2 Poss. 4/2 In quiet
neighborhood in N Jax.
ARV+$105K, $15K In rehab
sell $64K. 904. 541. 0503
AFTER 20YRS -Investor
liquidating all homes
and rentals. Call for
listing 721-3225 or
3/1, lcgar+den, block
corner lot, A/C ok,
6459 Pinelock. $98,500.
4/3, lcgar, Ig crnr lot,
2100+sf, all apple stay,
fncd yd circular drive,
R chard 904-993-1727
LEcen .dr,, bcr
Beautiful newly renvt'd
quad-plex In Historic
$3000/mo Grt Invest.
345K neg 904-434-9094
FSBO 7317 Southland
2/1 w/smi loft 954sf,
Just remdl, appr @ $91K
asking $81K 993-5709
SPECIAL GREAT DEAL
Green Cove Springs
ARV $130K, Asking $90K
duplex 2 story CB, half
rented $700, cashflow
oppty. Serious Inves
tors only $78k
390 Real Estate
HOUSES CASH I
Any cond, handyman,
distressed, vacant or
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL III
Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253
LOOKING TO BUY OR LEASE
HOUSES IN THE
Any Price, Any Condition.
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
427 Mobile Home Lots
435 Rooms to Rent
455 Wanted to Rent
ARL -REGENCY INN *
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$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
Historical 5 Points Cor
porate apt fully furn'd,
all amenities & utils.
ARGYLE -1400sf, 3/2,
avail 8/1/06, $1000.
705-7782 for more
Arlington -2br/lba, Crpt,
AC, 535+$300dp; No
HUD/pets bk ground ck
924 Arco Drive. 705-7861
AVONDALE Historic dis
trict. Brick duplex 2/1
hdwd firs, ch&a, w/d
$900 mo. 904-994-7740
rehab, close to downtown
& MLK. 904-307-4086
$475mo. $400 dep.
1025 Franklin St.
SPRINGFIELD Near 23rd &
Main. 2BR/1BA, CLEAN
CH&A, W/D HU. $575M
NORTHSIDE- 2br apts
available, based on
Income. Call 354-0733
NORTHSIDE Need a Place To
$550 -$760 Hang Your Hat?
1, 2 & 3BR'sl
Available I _
(904) 757- 02401 i.i
Ashley Park _,
R'SIDE lbr, elec heat/air,
tile throughout, $450.
1 BR near Baptist
318-8377 or 724- 7986
1& 2BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
SOUTHSIDE 2/2 1310sf,
WD water incl, 7740
Southislde Blvd. $950m
SSIDE (904) 805-0635
7/26 + (386) 961-9496
$519-90.1BR Apt In
parking-Bus, Credit &
Secu. Chk, $ Incent.
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
A ARL- New 2/2 Merrill
Pines Condo, 1118sf,
2nd, floor unit with
available AUG. RENT
Ati Beach -Selva Marina
2B/2B newly remod. Incl
W/S, cbl, pool, fitness
avail now. 904-249-7548
Baymeadows/9A New TH
br/2.5ba, 1300sf, pool.
ICW -New condo,2/1,
w/d provided, pool &
fitness cntr on site
$1100. 246-4487 553-6110
lux, 2/2,2/2, pool, fit ctr,
gated, alappIs, W/D
$1100m+utils. 472- 0062
Intra Coastal West 3/2 @
THE GRAND RESERVE
All apple. 2prkg spaces. Avail!
Grt loc$1200m 904- 534- 8812
JAX BCH Oceanfront lux
5th fir, 3/2, 58' balcony,
totally remod, asking
MANDARIN 2/2 gtd, 3 yr
old, alarm, pool, gar, all
major app1. $900m
307-5587 Avail Now
Greenland, new 3/2.5 TH,
appis., gar, pool, gated
A+chls, near St. Johns
Twn Ctr $1500m. 705-9475
Merrill Pines 2br/2ba
All appi Incid + w/d no
pets $925m+sec dep
Neptune Bch 2/2 Twnhse
2 story, newly remod,
w/d hu, marsh view
OCEANFRONT New 3/3
2471sf, Grt view from Ig
ocean lanai. Designer
finishes, 2 pools, club,
fit cntr, gar, sec. 616-1527
SOrange Park/ Argyle
. NEW 3/2S ,2cargar,
L 1449sf, pets oN
avail now PCS.
ORANGE PARK Oakleaf
lux new 2/2, fitness, gar
ORANGE PARK New 2/2
condo, move in special
$699. Pool, fitness
PONTE VEDRA BCH 2 /.2
gated comm. newly
renov, All new appls, 5
star amenities Great
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
new Int 2/2, Summer
house, golf side, $990+
sec. Call 838-9400
PVB 2/2, flat level, frpic
recently updated, Inc all
amenities, pool, ten. crt,
PVB 3BR/2BA, fully furn,
across from Cabana
Club & Lodge, pool, avi
9/1. 904. 707-.7751
PVB/Gated comm, 1/1,
2s;try unit, fpl, newly
renov, great amenities,
$950m Judi 904.273-3999
PVB The PoInt, 3/2
lagoon view, exc cond.
walk to PV club
$2000mo/ 904 614 6000
San Jose 4331 Plaza Gate
Ln. 2/2, 1250sf Town-
home, $850mo Extra
nice, pool. 904.737-8855
S'SIDE 2/2 COLONIAL PT.
Clean & quiet,
close to Downtown
$750mo. + dep 519-0047
S'SIDE Wolf Creek off
Beach Blvd brand new
2/2, $1056/mo. Call
SS Sonoma Southside
2br/2ba just renovated,
great amenities $1100m
all 904 264- 2877
WESTSIDE brand new
2br, 2ba, near NAS Jax.
Westside New 3/2 all
appis inclds w/d, end
unit, 2nd fir, $895m+
$895 dep. 726-1665
CLAY CO/LAKE ASBURY
$1495mo. fully furn luxu
rious 3/2 lake side
technology plus! Avail
8/1. Call 904-291.6800
S BREEZE DR.
Beautiful new 4/2,
home for rent. 20
miles from both bases
CALL NEIL 904-504-0477
4 4/2- Fireplace,
S Inground pool, Irg.
t yard, f.r, d/r, 2car
garage avail 8/1/06.
$1600m. Call 220-7073 or
234-7653 PCS move.
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
Call the Hotllne 388,1206
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
ARGYLE 3/2, 2 car gar,
Close to schools.
$1000m Ist/Last, Dep
based on credit. 705-7782
Argyle 4/2, off Argyle
Forest blvd. 8552 Ban-
dera Cir. W. newly
remod $1150. 687-4962
ARGYLE 4/Z Marsh Glen
Subv. Inside like new,
comm pool $1250m
& 4 BR homes. Starting
at $895m. Zenith Realty
A ARL-3/2, Inground
. pool, backyard, car-
port, garage, patio.
1700sf, fenced yard,
$1100mo +dep. Near JU/
NS Mayport. 234-352
new construction. 3/2,
1200SF, $1000mo. Poss.
RTO. Call 904- 866 3213
ARLINGTON -3/1.5, 7431
Stonehurst Rd. N. 1st &
last month credit report
required. Call 641-9700
SBluff 3/2 Large fenced
I Bayard/Pa o Pets?
Call 424 3008
SAtlantic Beach 2/2
E | Berber carpet, fire-
4L'place, vaulted ceilings,
gar., w/d hookup,
fenced yard, no pets.
$700mo. 221-5652 PCSng.
S. Newly remodeled
I lakefront 3/2,
1475sf, 2 car gar.,
well & sprinkler sys,
Smiles to NS Mayport.
AVONDALE 2/1 cer. tile,
fresh paint. $795m+$600
sec, lyr lease, wtr incl.
Avondale area: 3br/lba
bungalow, wd firs 1 car
gar, 4615 Sunderland
Rd. $995mo. 388-7324
TwnHm. Secluded area,
w/d hu, frplcT wetbar
hrd wd firs. Enclosed
patio. $925m 285-9960
BEAUTIFUL 3/2, 2 car gar
1426sf.FP DR, mstr BR
w/showr & garden tub
CALL FOR MOVE IN
SPECIALS! EZ Qualifying
CH/A, all appl+W/D hkp.
All areas avl 904-566-6265
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
N S MAYPORT. FLORIDA
K I N E S AY. GEO R G I A
EAGLE HARBOR -4/3 TH,
culdesac, nice yard.
Avail 10/1, $1350mo.
Fleming Isl 5/43500sf, all
upgrades. Loc in gated
n hood of River Hills
Reserve in Fleming Isl
Plant. Golf course
comm w/exc amen &
'A' rated schools.
$2000 mo. 904-622-6409
Fleming Island, river
view 3/2 loft, fp, 1738sf,
no pets, rap-around
Scorch, 2 car garage,
Fleming Island Hew
Home 3/2+den, 2 car
gar. $1350m 477.6311
Flem Isl new all brick 4/2
formal DRs 2 c gar, w/d
hkup, no pets, no dep.
4 bdrm., 2 BA., 1900 sq. ft.,
community pool, ready
Aug. $1450mo. 904-626-0241
ICW/Wlndsor Pk 3/2,
Move in special.
$1400mo. Call 652-7216
or visit us at
Forth 2000SF 3br/2ba,
Pool FL rm 2 car gar,
JAX BCH East of 3rd, 2/1
carpet, parking, pool
free wtr. Great Deal!
JCP -4/2, like new, Great
Jullngton Creek Plant.
4/2 2car gar, fnc bck yd
frp, walk to park & pool
$1350m 904 706-4819
JULINGTON CREEK 3/2
hse on preserve w/irg
fen bk yd, like new,
1850sf, great schls,
$1300mo. Call 233-7081
Jullngton Crk TH 3/2.5 In
Southern Crk 1 car gar,
LR, DR, $1250. + 1 month
dep. Lewis 904 616- 7910
side- 2087sf, 4/2/2.
SCooled 12x30 Fl. room,
summer kit., 10x12
shed, tile, & wood firs, no
dogs, $1400/mo. 1 mo sec.
dep, 1 mo advance
Call Kurt. 307- 8023 or Helen
Mandarin 3/2/2cg, frplc,
Irg fncd yd, culdesac,
close to schls $1175m
+sec 904 874- 5895
MANDARIN Sugar Mill
3/2 1530sf fpTenc yd.
comm pool pet ok $1050
+$750 sec dep 859-5813
M'BURG, 4/2 187Ssqft
fridge, w/d included,
$1200/mo. + $600 dep.
NASSAU 1-95/A1A new
3/2.5 loft, 3 car, pool,
club hse, pet ok short
term ok $1350. Also 3/2,
2car $1200. 904-415-1272
NEPT BCH-1.5 biks to
bch newly renov. 3/2,
den, bckprch, WD 1600sf
2cgar, $800m. 349-4426
N'Jax. NEW 3/2.5 TwnHm
Many Extras! off Pulaski Rd.,
Call 904-230-3017 about
special disc 352-867-3981
North Jax Best LocAtin,
brand new 4/2, 2078sf
grt view on lake/nat.
presv. $12501mo. Avail
Northslde 2,3,4BR hses
& twnhms for rent ch&a
ready to move in $650-
$825mo. Greg 376-5190
Northslde Spacious 3/2
detached gar quiet
n'hood on culdesac
N'SIDE- 5/3.5. 3000sf,
3car $1600mo plus
D1 irCall 1200-5107/
757-0487 PCS orders
N'SIDE Conifer Ridge
New 3/2 2cg on Lake.
w/d hu. 1700sf. nr Airprt
1627 W. 36th St.
N'SIDE/RTO/EZ to Qualify
Move in tomorrow! 3/1;
OP 3/2 remodeled new
appll's, Clay Co schools
Ready to move in $900.
Option to buy 652-3315.
OP 3BR/2BA, 2gar,
screened porch, fncd
yd, only $1100/mo. after
discount. 904 269-2929
Brand new 3/2.5
Twnhse w/gar, close to
OP/Eagle Harbor 32,
Actlv. IncL N'bor rchls.
$1275m.7mo+ or buy
$220K. FSBO 282-8301
OP Lrg 4/2 w/pool
remodeled close to
Option to buy 652-3315
Orange Park 2951 Dakota
Dr 32065. 2500sf, 4/2,
hrdwd & tile. $1250m
Realtor 904 215- 5833
Orange Park 3br/2ba
scrn lanai, gated com-
munity, $1350mo. 1 yr
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ORANGE PARK new 3/2.5
with attic In new devel
rent or sale.
ORANGE PARK, 4/2
2100sf gar, pool, gazebo,
no pets, short term
ORTEGA HILLS 7D
S7832 OAKSIDE 3/1.5.
small home. fenced
yrdn ets, quiet
area. central h/a6 or 12
Ortega Manor 3/2
CH&A, wd hkup K/e
garage m toAS
dep. 904. 571 8126
FOR RENT OR LEASE TO OWN!
3r1 Beautlrul hardwoodd fir.
/ Killed kit and BA
with NEW APPLIANCES
Convert garage for stoca'de
PERFECT FOR SM FAMILY
HENDRICKS AVE. SCHOOLS.
$1280/mo. 904 386.477
South Jax CR210 5/4
Huge 3300sf w/bonus
rm, pool table, large pvt
yard. pool, A+ Schools,
$1790mo. rent to own
option, call 237-0386
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
S'SIDE NEW 2/2 $1250mo
/$1250 dep w/d, cable
w/HBO, internet incid
608.7831, 477-4822 after 5
S'SIDE/RTO/EZ to Qualify
Move in tomorrow!
2 HOUSES AVAILABLE!
3/1 Lg backyard hrdwd
firs, w/d Incl. $800mo +
dep. 553-5425 642-0123
ST. JOHN'S CO. New, 4/2.
fen'd yd, cul de sac all
apple's, walk to pool &
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1A SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
RE REQ. $595/MO.772897
SWESTSIDE Just Reduced.
2/1. New throughout
$750mo. Call 652.7216.
or visit us at
Westslde 2/1 Newly
Remod 4814 Headley
Ter. off Cassett $75Omo.
- Westslde 3/1 newly
remod, 4833 Headley
Ter. off Cassett $825mo.
carpet, vinyl, utility
shed, many extras, 10 mins
from NAS. $1200mo.
W Intra Coastal Hodges
Blvd b/t Atlantic &
Beach. 3/2, 1600sf, fncd
yd. $1350m 904-248.1210
W'SIDE 3/2, frehly updtd,
scrn patio, WD hkp,
$900m+dep. Close to
NAS. Cell: 786.385.4389
W'S Room for Rent
$395mo +util, 1 mile
from NS MAYPORT.
Call 904 372 9564
& Associates, Inc
1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
CALL 757 -3466
ARGYLE Newer 3, 4&5
BR's DW on private lot.
$800-$1000/mo. Move in
today! Greg 376-5190
buy here, pay here.
Call Sandy @ 695-2255
CLAY HILL, MIDDLEBURG
2/1 on 1 acre lot.
$650 + dep 904-284-4134
Maxvllle 3/2 DW ch/a,
w/d hu, carprt, cvrd
prchs, shed, 1 ac fncd
N'SIDE-2109 Ed Johnson
Dr. 3/1, $625mo $675
dep. No pets 757-7621
Westside MH Quiet,
many trees, easy
access to Cecil, NAS, OP
Mall & 295. 269-2980
Arlington Luxury gtd
TwnHm comm. Prof
wanted. Call for details.
ARL. M/F to share lovely
furn home. $700m.
Home rarely/403- 6422
ATL & BEACH BLVD -furn
vrmpri ba, utils Incld.
Refs + $100 dep.
$480mo. Call Judy at
Grn Cove, Lrg BR w/pvt
bath $500. Sm BR $300.
incis utils. 904 291.0328
SHalf of large house.
c Must love dogs.
Please Apply Online:
* $525 +utll. 904-662-6904.
$110+ per week
1615 W. 25th 477.1892
N'slde 1/1, working male
needed, pet friendly kit
priv, $395+dp 757-4194
Orange Pk Share 2 Story
Hse w/pool, seeks N/S
42 PORTSIDE COMM.
Needed, mature roe-
..mats, Beach Blvd,
West of the Inter-
coastal available August
3rd. Call 9927406
4W PORTSIDE COMM.
HNeeded, mature roo-
L mate, Beach Blvd,
West of the Inter-
coastal available August
3rd. Call 992-7406
WESTSIDE off Lake Shore
Nice 3/2, no pets. $B00m
Incids util 904-686-4651
W'S/WF seeks m/f furn.
rm, no sink/pet,
w/Microwave & Refrigl
Low Daily/Wkly Ratesl
10% Off for Wkly Rooml
KINGS INN (904) 725.3343
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also houses
for rent furn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904 302-5753
off San Pablo Road,
rent Includes all $500,
pool & tennis courts
also. Avail 8/L (h) 223.1843
S'SIDE Room In Luxury
3/2 condo near St.
Johns Ctr. $550 + $300
dep. 1/3 utils. 662-4700
WESTSIDE Who else
wants to rent a great
room w/extras In a big
hse w/yd. 904-625-1626
SW'Side MH lb/2ba
a/c, $100 dep electric,
1/2 me. free drect tv,
hone no pes/
Estate Lake Home 4/2.5,
ch&a a, 400'on lake
NEEDED -Small whse or
ofc to rent to care for
several cats on temp
basis. Call Mary
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
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515 Retail/Office Space
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Brands vary by market.
GREAT location St. John
s Bluff & Beach Blvd.,
price to sell, only
265,000 last one avail
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Ground lease for 20yrs
on 1.34ac w/house on
Univ Blvd s. You zone.
$35030+taes.'m 721 .1820
/whse., $849 3000Sf, 3
phase elec, rollup door.
airlines, IL 303-1430
5 For Sale
MARINE TOWING &
FOR SALE. O,.ner's
Turn key. Equipment.
Ports. 912 638-7751
515 Office Space
15 For Rent
2300 sq. ft. furnished
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1.920 sf to I1l.520sf
EasIpark Great location
Ideal for small church
Call Andy 4.77-2288
W'SIDE OFFICE SUITES
rrom 500 1300sf $13 psr
Full suv. Utils. & Janil rlial
Inc Aicort.'Tom 384 3666
DAY SPA & OTHER SPACE
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560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
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Besides protecting our country,
military personnel stationed in our
communities donated 505,907
hours of volunteer service in
Northeast Florida and Southeast
Georgia last year. Their time was
given to community organizations,
church groups, youth activities,
scouting and more.
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BEAT THE HEAT
Drive a late model
vehicle w a/c. Earn
600-800 per week. Call
904-493-5246. Ask for
DRIVER with CDLA or B
& exp. Single Ax/Tan
dem. Bilingual a plus.
Will train or Gunlte.
start $10-$11 while
training, 40+ hrs/wk
01K &bnfts Jax & St.
Aug area. DFWP EOE
LOCAL ROUTE DELIVERY
This one is different! CDL
A, 132 year old hard
ware distributor. Our
drivers come to stay
Ryder leased equip.
family business, great
oayy benefits. Recruit
ng & sign on bonus.
Florida Hardware Co.
436 Cassat Ave. or call
Brian 783-1650 x 2001
Top pay & Bnfts.
Must have truck or van.
A/C SHEET METAL
Needed. Exp required.
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave.
M. F. EOE. DFWP
Exp'd. Exc pay+bnfts
with long time super
co. Must have valid DL.
for W'side commercial
projects. 401K, medical
insurance. Drug test
ELECTRICIANS & HELPERS
Top Pay for Top Person
Only The Best Needed
| EI. 108 E. 27th St.
Fluid Cell Press Operator
In Columbus, MS
Immediate opening for
fluid cell press opera
tor. Requires ability to
setup, operate and
should submit resume
& salary expectations
to email: mshrdent@
eurocopterusaxcom or fax to
With 5 yrs exp.
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
BENEFITS & 401K
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Top pay! Bnfts. 401K
at 904-751-8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
MAINT SUPERVISOR &
MAINT TECH -Needed.
Southslde & Mayport
area. Please call
904-642-8967 or fax
Now hiring full time
tions, including forklift
mechanical and line
operators. We offer a
real opportunity with
training, good. ay and
benefits. We are
located West of Jack-
sonville in a growing
Sanderson Pipe at
275-2833 and ask for
with commercial & resi
tools & transportation.
307- 0110 DFWP
PIPE CREW For storm drain.
Large northern St. Johns
Co. job. Ph. 772-1313 or
apply at 7587 Wilson Blvd.
Top wages for Qualified
pkg avail 249-3049
Needed for residential
plumbing In the Jack
sonvllle north area.
Need knowledge of
sewer and water
installation. Great pay
and benefits. Must
have own truck & tools.
Please call Martin i@
904-669-4611 for more
information. ( plumb
ing knowledge and/or
experience is required)
w/exp. wanted. Great
pay & benefits. DFWP.
Call Darley's Plumbing
PUMP SERVICE TECH
Needs mechanical exp. will
train. Salary based on exp.
Florida Pump 269-0202
To work on Extended
Submarine Refit at
Kings Bay, GA.
Excellent prospects for
JOBS REQ. DOD
Contact Satilla Business
St. Marys, GA
APPLY ON-LINE AT:
MECHANIC Exp'd, Clean
MVR pref'd. DFWP Apply
at 7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX.
or call 772-1313 EOE
General Service. Now
Hiring. ASE Sign on
bonus M/F EOE
Property Manager Position -
property manager needed
immediately- must be
licensed, Please emall
unit apt complex in SE
Ga. Must be organized
able to multi task,
reports, budgets, code
staff. Excel, Word. Out-
look, & Onesite a PLUS.
Please fax resume and
salary requirements to
715 Management/735 Restaurants/ 737 Real Estate
SProfessional 735 Hotels _____
We Are Swamped
Guaranteed leads from day 1.
Fax Resume To 743-2273
Buyers & Sellers
Real Estate Advantage
BACK OFFICE NURSING
ASST8am-5pm, 2 local
tlons. Experience pre
ferred but will train,
podiatry exp a plus. Fax
resume 904.636 0223
for Orange Park primary
care. Mm 2 yrs back ofc
exp. Fax resume btwn
OPENING SOON Urgent
Care Clinic Located in
Lake Asbury. Positions
Basic Machine Opera
tors Radiology Techs,
Fax resume to
PRE- SCHOOL TEACHER
position, for the Cam
bridge Prep School
Competitive pay, 401K
I ;i I tt0 I I i li
roll preparation, gen
eft administration, ee
new hire orientation
and compliance with
reSigulature Fighons, polSuppiciesort
have stronvilleg communseeks an
lwork ines Include: ntly
and meet administration, ees.
Theand compdealcandidate will
cation ffce skills, be able Highto
Office sklTis, a High
school diploma and one
to two years related
work experience, a four
year degree or related
Emall resume, cover
letter and salary
tureflight.com or fax to;
For social service dept.
Great Benefits. Fax
resume to 355-8422
Real Estate Co. M-F 10-3,
must be able to mult-task,
handle multiple phone lines,
hv great customer service
skills & be professional
comp skills a plus, send
resume by fax: 904-288- 7993
or email: email@example.com
ESTHETICIAN -FT/ PT,
Medspa seeks exp in
peels, MD. retail sales a
plus. Fax 273-5424
HAIR STYLIST & MGRS.
Busy Salon in St. Johns
Co. Need friendly prof's
DISHWASHERS I m m e
diate parttime & full
time openings. Job Fair
Tues August 8th
Center Room 1090
University Of North
Flor da 12000 Alumni
Drive or mail resume
CALL 757 7370
No nudil/, rno exp nec
Will Irain 4AM, PM.
No Mkndator, Tip Out-
Wackos 3-9- 1110
AT THE BEACHES!
* Breakfast Servers
Front Desk 3-11pm
*Front desk supervisor
* Weekend Night Audit
Apply in person
at JTB & 95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
LUNCH TRUCK DRIVERS
Out going personality to
drive lunch route,
energetic, bilingual a
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
PIZZA MAKERS, COOKS,
REGISTER -For new
Jenks Pizza location,
9801 Beach Blvd.
for Local Real Estate Office
Bi.Lingual a plus
Fl. Real Estate Licence Req'd.
Internet Proficient/Data Base
Please fax or e- mall resume
This entry level posi-
tion offer ; great
opportunities with a
retail Co. No late
nights or Sundays.
Apply in person at
Wood You Furnture
700 -1i S. Blanding
BI.d Orange Park
Candidate should have
exp in retail, computer
skills and exp in cust.
service. Salary plus
commission. Send res
to Long's Wholesale
Furniture, 6569 103rd St.
EARN EXTRA $$
Persons with large
vehicles wanted to dis-
tribute telephone direct
stories throughout the
Jacksonville area. For
Information. Please Call
For Industry Leader In
FAX RESUME 783 9598
OR CALL TODAY 783.8385
For Irg commercial/coin
operated laundry dis-
tributor. Seeking self
starter to handle N. FL
market. Top pay and
benefits. Fax resume to
813- 889-8456 or mail
ARE YOU WORKING A DEAD END JOB?
IS YOUR FUTURE IN DOUBT?
ARE YOU MAKING WHAT
IF YOU ARE IN THE RETAIL INDUSTRY
(RESTAURANT, HOTEL, RETAIL
SALES) WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE
RIGHT PEOPLE WHO WANT TO MAKE
UP TO $60,000/YR.
For a confidential Interview
Call Bill Long @ 610-13 33
or Lou Zanella @ 521-7304.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V.
MIn. 5 yrs exp In the prep
of plans & specs for
large commercial &
light Ind projects.
design of military
proJects a + degree&
reg preferred but not
req'd. Van Wagenen &
Beavers Inc 2970
Hartley Rd,Ste 200; Jax,
Fl 32257 (904)268-0480
FLC-.ID 5L RVE'
IOJ3q Aa DA i
7 14 r00JI 1,0.
$2,100 $3,150 week
Armed se..ur'l, -E ,er.-"
.',imn current 0 lic',n:'e
ana LEOs %i.n current
certlicauor, readed for
deployment during hur
ricanes. Apply on line
AC cert or certifiable
with appliance service
skills. for apts &rental
in Lake City, FL. Fax
-New constr. Starting
$7hr-up, FT, must have
*Coin Vault Clerk
Brinks Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
-Full Medical/Dental Pkg
:Company Matching 401k
Time & half for 40+ hrs
Avg Annual Salary $29K
Qualified candidates will
Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
Information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
COUNTER HELP WANTED
Smiley faces, honesty,
energetic & reliable; All
Apply Blending Billiards,
2044Blanding Blvd. Jax.
Must be willing to
travel. Must be Alcohol
& drug free. Serious
inquiries only. Call
Perm & Temp positions
Work near home
Flexible daytime sched.
Must have car
Landscape co. looking
for maintenance, detail
crew. Call 727.375-2030
FT, M-F, yr round work.
Gd pay vac & pd hol.
Incl4Olk. Start $9/hr
for exp'd. Transpt reqd.
MARKETING REP FT/PT
to develop new and
in the Southpoint area.
Work entails develop-
ing and executing
in-store and .
tions, street calling (no
school, church and
etc. Call owner
Mr Storm (904) 281-1000
In the following areas:
Cedar Hills &
We are looking for
reliable men and
women for paper
*Must be Bondable
*And home phone.
If this interest you,
please call and
eave a message
with your name,
address and phone
between 2:00 A.M.
and 11:00 A.M.
6675 Blanding Blvd.
4 ADULT DAY CARE
S Come stay to a good
Christian, home hot
meals, grow your own
garden. 904 783-1147
Childcare In my Home
S ICW Mayport CPR
4, Ucensed Child Care
Orange Park, FLorida.
7 qualified Pre-School
Todder. Fun learning,full
time & part time, care
| provider In Arlington
Area openings for two
year olds and up.
Please call Linda 683-7199
LI UCENSED QUALITY
HOME CHILD CARE
I Conveniently located
across from NASJAX.
Call Ana Brown. 573-0879.
Child care and trans-
portation to and from
school dally. Please Call
904- 619- 2142, Lv msg.
Working Or Need A Break
24hr Care. B/A school,
eve overnight, wkds.
Pool, playrooms game
sys call Debby 276-3125
4 TOXIC PRODUCTS
arei n YOUR HOME
t I HAVE SAFER
Call Pam at 912-882-7849
Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small,
all guaranteed. Free
Estimate. Cell 5096242
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
922 Colectables and
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
Three piece sofa king,
queen chairs, excel
cond, $1000 obo. 622-8391.
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Earn up to $31,064/year (overtime inclusive).
Now seeking officers with either law enforcement, correci,ir i,
career military, police academy graduates, MA and/or Sh -rcE
Patrol experience, or a criminal justice degree.
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Dryer/ Washer- Big
capacity exc working
cond $200 both 396-8711
FRIDGE- FREEZER GE
20.6 CU FT,
ICE MAKER, $100.
CALL 912-729- 2024
. / 1.5 yrs. Freezer
|1 Bottom white excel
cond, ext warranty.
4 KENMORE GAS DRYER
WHITE GOOD CONDI-
1 TION, HEAVY DUTY
SUPER CAPACITY PLUS
7.0 CU FT. 80 SERIES$25.
Maytag range in very
good condo. $125.
.Whirlpool Calypso HE
washer & dryer $500
ULike NewL. $35. Call
Sheenah at 904-226-8411
-T electric $175.2 yrs,
1,J like new. Call 472-1417,
or 777-6660 anytime
for more details.
& Refrigerator SEARS
S3. dooeer Coppertone
%l. w/ice and water, good
condition, wife wants
new stainless, $350 firm,
262-1736 or 982-6884
Dishwasher, glass top
V desk, $25 each.
pool, like new $350
904-854-6847 will delv
LIKE NEW 238-3391
Great shape can
WASHER & DRYER
A For sale, excellent
S| condition. Like new
$400 for both.
Please call 904-226 8411
9 For Sale
SAccordlan 120 Base,
like new $500. VCR
\I) player, $15. Antique
milkcan, $45. Ford
Am/Fm, radio $25.781- 6222
AT&T. 5.8 GHZ,
talking caller LD.
power failure backup,
works great. $35.268- 2482
tJ push type edger. $50
each. All good work-
ing condition, 781-3681
DUKANE GAS BBQ
GRILL Excellent cond.,
($500, new) $150 Jazzy
motorized chair for
disabled, like new,
S.Center, Sofa. Chair,
t1 Dining Room Table
with 4 chairs, good
condition, asking for
$600. Call 868-3930
4 A, FURNITURE
wash/dry, TV, mincro-
Swave, o equip.,
S boat raft, workbench,
tool box, & more. ND. $ Due
to Illness. Thank You.
T NEW AUSSIE
Travel Grill ve
used folds down
compact with wheels
Gas BBQ Grill New
t propane, travel
grill, never used
folds down, compact
with wheels $75.00
A Generator- Coleman
Vertex. 5S00 electric
start, OHV commer-
cial engine with power
cord approx 4 days use
& Gone With The
Plates certified in
Orig. boxes. Col-
lector mugs & other
S Lawamower22" 4 HP
S$80, upright vacuumn,
Qj.$20. boys 20"., bike, $10,
Boombox speaker, $45.
4 MENS CHIEF
UNIFORMS FOR SALE
4 MICROSFIBER SOFA
(2) END RECUINERS
b $100. Treadmill Nordic
Track EXP 20001, $150.
Great Condition. Pictures
S Extra large blue and
black, $50. 270.-5373
| Full size, electronic,
t Asking $1400 obo
ABOVE GROUND POOL
new pump, pool
1 accessories, needs
new liner, $700 call Pat
PLUS 10 FIGURES, $40
BLUE TRAIN TOY
CHEST, $30.904- 655 6507
SRIMS 20" 100 SPOKES
$400.22" 100 spoke.
$650 w/ tires, adapt-
great cond. $200
4 SWIMMING POOL
new liner. 15ft..
$700. Call Pat 781. 4188
Back Barstools (2)
L 251n., $3Oea., New
power can opener
knife sharpener. $10. New
TANNING BED -commer
cial $1500 obo.
4 Weight Bench w/leg
curls & butterfly
S exercise, 1901bs of
weights, 2 barbells,
387-2943, Eve. Westslde,
4 WEIGHTS- 3501bs w/
olympic bar. $90.
6.0 HP, great cond,
Hard Pan Fill Dirt
CHEAP! 904- 497-9666
4. Electric Patio Grill
only used 4 times, cost
$160. Sell for $100.
W Treadmill, $50.
Twin Bed, $50.
Call 912- 729- 2024
Brick New Approx
2000, Great for BBQ
pits, fence posts,
SPA PEDICURE CHAIR
(2) excel cond. $400 ea.
OBO. Call 904- 294-3343
4 Workstations $500 ea
Fireproof files only $399
Gator Office Furniture
S BOYDS BEARS
#01998-21 Ms. Liberty.
Elliot. #2E/722 and Joy
come to You all $175.
KDS 19" fiat screen
4I Perfect crisp color,
paid $400. $100 obo,
after 5pm. 912- 673-1747
Panasonic 52" HDTV
pro monitor, HD sound,
s 570VMontor Key-
board & Speakers,
$50obo. Call 904 662 0260
T U.. Mn/o -,
Yard Sale Southwood at
Watermill Sat & Sun
7/29-30th 8am -3pm.
Ari. Sat. 7/29 Ft Caroline
Cove 11190 S Mlkris Dr
couch TV desk kitn tbi 4
chrs toys ciths 994- 6633
ARL. Silver, ceramics,
china, crystal, Broyhill
5pc king BR, table &4
chairs. Paintings. Other
items. Sat. 8.4. Take
Rogero north of Ft.
Caroline right on How-
alt Dr left on Howelt Ct.
Arlington Sat. 7/29;8-12N
LOTS OF MISC r I
8217 Parkridge Cir. N.
ATL BCH Multi Family
8-12 Sat. 1917 Sevillea
Blvd W. Different stuff:
clothes, books tables,
chairs, electronics, etc.
Grm Cove Springs
S KATY'S COURT
'RUSSEL OAKS SBDV
MULTI FAMILY YRD SALE,
SAT JULY 29. 8-11
Mandarin HUGE YD SALE
/CRAFT SHOW 7/29; 8,1;
Sellers & Venders
Needed! Bnfts Gym-
nast team 860-9757
M'burg Dryer, Hsehold
Toys, ciths, furn, etc.
Sat. 8 1 1623 Sedgwick
Dr. in Hillside Subdiv.
N.W. -Schi & ofc sup
plies, 2 cabinets, brief
cases, appil and more.
Thur-Sat 9:30-? 1238
Lila Ave. off Lem Turner
PVB MOVING SALE
Sat 8-12; Old Palm Valley;
116 Pitts Still Rd. 543.1513
SOUTHSIDE- Sat 7/29 7-3
Only! Lots of Great Stuff
Must Go! 2871 Dickle Ct
S'side Large Salel Sat.
8a- 2p; 4449 Revelstoke
Dr. furn lawn equip,
collectables & misc.
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
S 3.5 HP, 20" cut, $35 :
obo, 3.75HP, 22" cut,
$55 obo, Stihl or Cub Scout
weedeater, $50obo, either
one Daniel Pease.
Murray Ultra Push
SMower. 6OHP, wit h
S bag, good condi-
ion, =4.882. 1052
9 5CC Household
SArmoIre Holds 32" TV
g olass bookcase on
SI side storage on bot-
Stom, $70. Bedrm fum.
gold winged chairs,
BDRM SET 6pc incl. Qn
matt set, new in box
$499. Can del. 391-0015
4 BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE
dining room table,
S & six chairs, Including
Insert & China
Cabinet, $1400 Call 249- 1666
Beautyrest kingsize bed
pillow top, $500. obo.
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904)674-0405
BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858,9350
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
pl astic 391-0015 can del
BED $130 ON PT box &
mattress, brand name.
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New, Can Deliver
BED $185. A Brand Name
King Set. NEW w/warr
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED $349 Beautiful-new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic, 7yr
warr 398-5200 can delv
BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kings from $599
BED $395 Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed w/
matt. & box. Retail $950.
858-9350 Can deliver
$400. Sheets adn
Bedrm set, Charleston
Qn, Garden Gate head &
ft board, column posts
made w/birch & veneer
upgrd mattress & box
sprg. less then 2 yrs
oud, $600. obo 739-3334
S, BERKAUNE BLACK
GOOD CONDmON, $40.
Black Ithr sofa & chair,
$500. End tables, $50.
wood din rm tbi & 4 chr
$65. MOVING 608-0349
4, CHILDS CAR SEAT
SF L BOOSTER SEAT
EXCELLENT CONDITION, $40
Dining Rm. Set Oak 60"
S thle w/2 10"LVS.r
l 6 chairs and China
cab, xcond, $400.
CENTER Holds 32" TV,
lots of storage room,
$60, bedroom furni-
ture, $20/plece. LV. chairs,
King size sleigh bed,
dresser, 2 night stands;
dining table w/ 4 plush
chairs; moss green
couch; glass coffee
table; 2 yrs old; bar
gain price; also: wind
surf board; 904-534-9593
4, KING WATERBED
mattress. Dresser, w/
hutch mirror. Armoir,
Bngerie, chest, oak
mIcrowave cart, nightstand.
More furniture. 233-1007
4, LAZY BOY RECUNER
SOFA AND RECLINER
CAMEL COLOR. EXCEL
COND, $400 FOR BOTH.
4, LIVING RM SET
with dual recliner,
couch dinette set,
entertmnt ctr, $700.
4L QUEEN SIZE CANOPY
BED AND DRESSER
1950's, dark wood, $500.
Great condition. 612-7639
4, SOFA & LOVE SEAT
/ good condition, $350.
J Call 425-9602
SOFA LOVESEAT -Brown
suede, new cond, $500.
Brand new Mongoose
dirtbike. $250. 703-2992
4, STORAGE TOWER
I Holds lots of cd's, dvd,
VL^ or tapes. Woodgrain,
double doors are
Lockable on casters.
4. TV- 651nch JVC Pro-
l 1 section PIP built In
v | ./surround sound all the
extras, $1600 obo.
Call 425 9602
4, WOOD BUNK BED
w/ mattresses, great
S condition, 3 yrs old,
bedding Is negotiable.
Will mail pictures. Also
very household Items,
curtains, vases, candle hold-
ers, rocddng chair, tall 6"
foot foliage. 997-8731
60 & Tools
4 YANMAR 3700
One owner, new 1/2
gallon, fuel- HR. $1800.
Drum Sets (150)$149Up
New Spc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527
4 GUITAR FENDER used
less than one hour
S comes with AMP and
great for beginner. 735-9120
I V-m31 n. PIAHU/LUIESTI KPURCUUA
Toshiba flat screen, YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LST
$400.382-5865 WHOLESALE. 714-0141
A recognized leader in aircraft modifications and
special mission system integration is hiring for:
Aircraft Structural Mechanics
For basic qualifications on these and other positions,
The economic impact of the military
in Northeast Florida and Southeast
Georgia is "7.9 billion.
Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian
personnel who buy and rent homes and who purchase
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., Trumpet- Used. Great
for beginner or
mt Middle school band
condition, $100.904 277. 3432
MAN'S & WOMEN
L both are one speed,
coaster brake, 26"
tires, fenders in
good shape, $50 each.
Daniel Pease. 912- 729- 4001
SBIKE- YOUTH 24"
Mtn scout mountain
bike, excellent con-
dition, $80. 912-882-4293
a Dunlop DDH Golf
Clubs With two
S Hybrids Nike bag.
$125. 904-631- 5284
4 HITCH- VALLEY
CALSS III Universal
under the frame.
Removed from 1996,
Jeep Cherokee fits
a wide year range.
4 HUFFY PORTABLE
0521 acrylic, backboard,
adjustable from 7ft to
10ft. $125obo. 422-3113
LEG PRESS MACH, self
spotting bench sys,
Hypo Roman sit-up
chair, over lOOlb free
weights, 2781b Olympic
weights, 2 barbell
weight racks, & 1 free
weight rack. ALL FOR
Pro. Form Crosswalk 365S
w/ incline, arm workout,
digital displ; space
saver $200. 904- 38-3735
4, WELDER WEIGHT
LIFTING CAGE with
bench adn accesso-
ries. 2601bs, of olym-
pic weights, 15I0bs of dumb
4 bells. $900obo. 422-3113
8' Pool Table 0110 Pro
fessional Series $900
obo. Deana 536-5028
990 Wanted To
90 Buy Or Trade
C Push Mower that runs
t)and cuts regardless of
WANTED VHS, DVDS,
CDs, Video Games,
WE PAY CASH.
Call 710-4592 or 477-9425
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies
E3 & Supplies
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E. 18th Street 354-7634
S 21010 Pets &
Poodles, Lab, Puggle,
Pet World 262-4646
AM. BULLDOG -s/w,
$250. Call 912-283-0492
4 AMERICAN ESKIMO
S. FREE to GOOD HOME
1 Health problems, one
American Eskimo, 12
yrs old, very loving. Minds
real good. 904-779-6782
4, AMERICAN BULL DOG
SPuppies FREE Call Julia
i 41 96900/4651813
5 gallon, with acces-
sories, pump filter
water heater, hood
S1.5rs old, needs good
ahome, not fixed.
BOXER PUPS AKC. 2 F
$650, 1 M $500. Fawn
w/blck mask 751-4551
BOXERS AKC Purebred
Reg. Chmpn BIdln,. Tails
- CHIHUAHUA MALE
white, black spots,
L two months old, $375
obo, call 614-6820
DACHSHUNDS Mini 8wks,
HC, CKC, blk/tan. $375.
Dachshund Pups AKC
mini red/dapple, m/f
microchiped, $500 cash.
DOBERMANS Red, AKC, 9
wks, chpbdin $850 Good
temp 229- 247-5493
DOG- FREE to good
home, due to health
t one mixed long hair,
12 years old, very lov-
ing house broken. 779-6782
FREE 3 KITTENS, well
cared for, need caring
home. Call 998-3806
A FREE TO GOOD
S HOME Wired
I bTerrier Fox Hound,
very loving, 10
years old, one big baby
German Shepherd Pups
M/$400 912-427- 0814
Germ Rottle Pups full
blooded, AKC 5/F
GREAT DANE PUPS
6 mo old very Irg bkm.
CKC. reg. $300.234-6131
HAVANESE Pups, rare,
non shedding. hypo
allergenic, very intel-
ligent $600 904- 375- 2857
JACK RUSSELLS PUPS
CKC, playful reduced
prices 904 -751 3840
JACK RUSSELL -Chihua-
huas reg pups,
$200ea. Boston Terr.
Reg. $300 912-729-3543
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
All shots up to date, vet
cert. 434-3000/683- 8126
LAB PUPS AKC yellow
black & chocolate, $300.
Lab pups, AKC, 5 yellw M,
3 bhck F, HC, S/W, POP.
$350 904 291-7020
LABRADOODLES -rare F2
blk/ parti pups. CKC &
ILA reg, microchIps,
HG, ready for adoption
Maltese pups lF,$1,100.
Min Pins very small AKC
shts, HC, 1/F 1/M $500.
904- 254 -8670 254 -0567
PET SITTER AVAILABLE
LI and Excellent Care.
7 Days a week.
Day and night 904-726-8784
Pit Bull Puppies Red nose
8 wks, s/w, pop $150ea
838-4032 or 652-8280
Blue Pit Pups Beautiful
dogs ready Aug 1, $500
firm Holly (912)272-4839
POMERIAN PUPS -cream
fern, 9wks, AKC, s/w .
$650. 904 838-3150
PUPPIES SMALL BREEDS
Home raised Pekingese,
Poo- mix, Peekapoo mix,
mix, Chow, Cash only
904 855-0666, 502-5013
RAT TERRIER PUPPIES
for sale, more inform
tion. Call 904-641-4758
SCHNAUZERS 11 wks,
Very cute, AKC Mini
S/P.3 males $300 S/W &
health cert. Both POP.
SCHNAUZERS mini, AKC,
HC, shots & Wormed
6M, $350 904- 866- 8565
SHIH-TUZ PUPS, $600
AKC, HC, o10wks 2F/2M
SHIH TZU/ PEKINGESE
2F 3M, 8 weeks old
1010 Pets &
-Gorgeous 8wks old
blue nand Sealpoints.
$350. Call 699-5449
Long Hair male
S Dauschand pup-
pies for loving family
call 726-8784 very
YORKIE -2 adorable 1M
9mo, $800 ifem 7mo.
YORKIE PUPS AKC,
POP. M/F, little cutles
$600 &up 398- 4561
YORKIE PUPS 2M/1F
14 weeks, $900 -$1200.
YORKIES-AKC, 2M, 9wks
old, POP, HC, $750obo.
352-328-4446 can deliv.
1215 Boat Dockage &
1220 Marine Equipment
1230 RV's and Supplies
1235 RV Rentals
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
133552000 or Less
1350 Misc. Auto
4 trailer, sail very good,
ready for the water
now ask $899. BOB.
0*4 LET US 'L
SELL YOUR BOAT
Salter Marine 904-284-0155
4 AB Rigid 02' inflatable
dingy. 8HP, Yamaha
Aluminum trailer plus
boat cover 904 635-2975
S12ft. Canoe Solid, old
town," Pack" 331bs,
1 cane seat, paddles
cartop carrier, extras,
15.5' Avngr Bass Boat '88
'04 60hp Merc -4 strk
67hr usage, wrty til
Nov. trig mr, dpth fndr.
$3500. 268-4903 424-4094
4/ 15ft. 61n. SCULLING
DORY- Rowing unit,
new sweeps, oars,
cover, new trailer
16ft Slingshot Bass
/lef Boat '92
as85 h.p. Yamaha 187
hrs. Two batteries
30 Ib. thrust trolling
motor. $3,300 OBO
/ 18' AQUATRON 00'
Open Bow 4cyl, alpha
one mercrulser, low
hrs, aquatrall trlir,
$7800 obo, call 219- 9173
4 Monterey 185 sl, 3.0 Ix,
SI/O galvanized trailer,
2 all accessories IncI,
runs great $6850obo.
/ 19ft I/0O 130HP Deep V
ft Beam, good con-
dilton, new LED trailer
lights. Great starter
boat, $1800obo, 424- 008
BOAT MOTOR: 1996 Merc.
Force 90hp. $300obo.
4 2000 SEADOO GS
and 99'Seadoo GTI
2000, Trtion Trailer.
Garage kept. Package
deal $5Kobo. 220-0225
21' CROWNLINE 2003
I/O Like New. $29,000
4. 25ft GULF STREAM
sailboat, with 909hp,
t mercury outboard,
asking $1900 obo. Call
904-309-2176 for details.
Sales, Service & Parts
Advance Marine 730-3332
Authorized Nissan Service
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
1230 R's &
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
COACHMAN TT '99 like
new 23.5' lite weight,
$6500 obo 904.-634-1256
4, Coleman Caravan
Travel Trailer 02'
t 26- foot, 2 slides,
bunlkbeds, central air.
Sleeps 7 new microwave,
new awning. John 705-7024
4 DUTCHMEN DENALI
S06'. 30ft. 2 slides, split
I bath, ducted, a/c,
front Queen rear liv-
ing awning, very spacious.
4. Keystone Cabana
S| 2002, travel trailer,
L/ 19ft, bunkbeds,
shower, awning tow
package, excellent condi-
tion, sleeps six, call
NAVION '23 2006,
Dodge diesel engine
Must SelN 904- 220 6964
9012 BEACH BLVD.
4 ARLEY DAVIDSON 98'
DYNA WIDE GLIDE. AED
GREAT SHAPE, JUST
OVER 23K MILES, $12,500
N HD '00 FXD
/ 23k miles, black
it saddlebags, new
battery and tires.
HD '02, Softtail standard,
22kmi, Stagel, sec, 36m
ext. warr. $12K. 771-8779
/ Honda 130Oc, 04'
T 6800mi Vance
Nti Hines, Exhuast, lots
of extras 2 yrs,
factory warranty +
$9500. 553- 3249/
4 Honda Accord LX
'95, 4dr, auto all
power, exc gas
mileage, good con.
edition, $3800. berick cell
631.2623 hm 771. 6014
HONDA GOLDWING 05
many extras very low
miles, 904- 813- 9032
HONDA RANCHER '03
4 wheeler, arren
wench, good shape
4 Screaming Eagle
Fatboy 95'. iots of
custom part runs
exc. Have 2 ukes
1 must go. $12K. 912. 862-1777
4 Suzuki GSX- RZ,600cc,
S 40th anniversary
tL Alstare Edition. D&O,
carbon fiber exhaust,
5800mm Jacket, helmet,
YAMAHA VINO CLASSIC
12S SCOOTER -'04,
$1800. Call 334-1840
4 Yamaha V-Star 0,'.
S650chc, red, gray
bags, ext warr, exc.
condition, 15,800 ml, $6K
YAMAHA YFZ 05'
basically brand new,
S title In hand can send
pics, $5300 obo.
hrlandep;thl 1-- 1.l i1rmn
1310 Auto Parrts 1325 Automotive
4- CRAFTSMAN FORD MUSTANG GT '05
COMPRESSOR 4.rHP LEATHER, PL, PW, CC, PS
200AL used once, PM $23,950
4 $150. Homellte 14", gas GORDON CHEVROLET
chainsaw $40,16' alum ext 904-272-2200
ladder, $25. 904-529-9630
FORD EXPLORER ,
91' 4X4 as Is, whole or
parts, not running,
no itle, $500 obo.
Front End Mask- for FORD MUSTANG 1968
$. Toyota Hihlander, full Neon Grn.w/Red Stripes
S cover, sIht used, HOT WIIHEEIS CAR, 302,
a7 Flya73-0197 Dual Flowmasters,
$3. a 3-0197 Hooker Headers,
4 HUBCAPS 63'lmpala Racing Seats,
$S, set of 4 good to 1st $10,000 o.b~o.
Sveory ood cond. Call 207 8435, To View
3 1o0027n d. go to 537A Park Street
4, JAMES SOFT-TOP TAN a Ford Mustang 02'
GOOD SHAPE CALL 3. LT, VSe fully loaded
912- 882-4724 I new brakes, tuned- up,
$125OBO fluids changed,
S -- NMEW excellent cond. $8500obo.
S215/75/R1 also 912-882.1052
heavy Astro A um Rim, Ford Ranger 92'.
$49.Must selL Call Regular Cab with
278-6251 also- 205/75/15, t | topper. V6, 5spd, a/c,
tire, make offer. recent service. Looks
4 TIRES 4 new and runs great $1775.
truck/SUV tires. 268-2482
SP255/6R17, 60K ml, FORD TAURUS WAGON
continental conitrac, 2002, Silver
$295. Call 219-6765 Immaculate condition!
or 714-4466 40,000 miles. $8,500
OBO. Call 997-0499
1320 Antiques/ FORD TAURUS '05
132 Classics Stk#G032 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
FORD MUSTANG 73' FRAME- Cal King Oak
Convertible, fully waterbed frame with
bmacokn$red 3VA CA / weteubedr with
< restored, 302VA, C4 LJ regular king mattress.
auto, many after- $300.576-7377 /
market parts, new tires, 912- 227- 0866
904-6545 557 HONDA ACCORD EX '04,
1 42,333mi, $14K below
1325 Automotive blue book, 386.237.5780
i-r ( li HONDA:ACCORD
ACURA CL 2.3 '99 2dr, EX V6 05. Leather
black, Ithro spd. loaded, CD, fully equipped.
moonrf $7975. 699-9669 $20,880
SO C.S L LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
tan leather, sunroof, 998-01
S 6cd changer. Alloy a HONDA ACCORD 01'
wheels 6K miles, 1 FOR SALE LOW MILES,
$13,250obo. 476-.212&98. J42CC VERY CLEAN CAl
Cool Carl $ ASKING PRICE, $8500.
ACURIA C ST REAL GOOD DEAL
( AC7URA CL S-TYPE 904-982-5668
%S-6,4 '03. Fully
equipped $18,880 HONDA ACCORD '02
998-0012 Stk#9145B $14,988
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 4877
(7 ACURA RL '04 Nav, Honda Civic 03' EX
CD.only 3900 2 door blue, tan Int.
AtCURA30K mlles,ereat con-
miles. $27,90 dlion, $13,00
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE S21 3176
998-0012 .a Honda Civic 05' X,
Sversun.reofCD/AC,Ka i r ms e warranty.
auto 19K ml, ext. 4 door. $14,800. Call
warranty exc. cond, 2929130/553 2037
$19K obo, 910 0480 HONDA CIVIC EX '05
ACURA TL'04 Stk#9164A $16,988
Fully equipped, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
only 20,000 miles. 4 k Honda Shadow 01'
$25,480. 998-0012 new chain and
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Lr pockets, tires, runs
great with drag pipes.
Acura TSX '04 Bright red, Have stock, exhaust &
spoiler, tint, satellite helmet 270-5373
radio, 12Kml, mint, $1200
below book $25,400. INFINITI Q45 '98. AT, AC
904-797.1404 St. Aug. leather, loaded, 78K ml
AUDI A4 UATTRO perfect $12,975. 4254320
39 2005.5 -Fully (7N INFINITI G35
equipped. $28,990 ( COUPE '04 Pearl
998-0012 wht/tan, beautiful
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE like new. $29,990
AUDI IT ROADSTER '01 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 INFINITI G35 '04
( OBMW 330CIC TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 17- 4877
White/tan. Only iJAGUAR SType '03
30,000 miles. $33,640 (Z 4 2. lully equioaD 0
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $2 3.990 998-0012
998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 330i Sedan -. JEEP CHEROKEE 9'
'05. Ash blue/tan. 6 cyl 4WD. wilh only1
91 l 95k miles. Nice painl
Beautiful. $31,995 mob (green). ColdA C.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE NADA retail value $760.
998-0012 Will sell or S65-0. Pictures
CH W A 4 0C 05 Lcan be sent at our web site.
CHE BMW Z4 3.01 '05 www.flautobody.com.
9 Permium package, 904 264 7173
like new. $35,380 KIA OPTIMA 70K 01'
SP 998-0012 miles, look warranty.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ,1 5spd. power locks
Bulck LaSabre 93' windows, A C, $4500.
good condition- AC Stacey 553 1751
tJAworks, newfronttlres, KIA SPECTRA '04
some dents, $2000 call i 1164'im.,: i.-w
904-449-4104 TOM BUSH AUTOPLE 371.-477
BUICK REGAL LS '04 KIA SPECTRA '04
PS. PM CC, Pt, PW: ,,
LEATiiER $12,450 i OM BUSH AUIOP '371467
GORDON CHEVROLET OM BUSH AUN Z n 48
904-272-2200 f Lexus I s 400
CADILLAC CTS '03 I i 1996 -.e 11ii-..
Stk#7010B $20,988 9rven 3nd iullf
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Tloaedexcellentl LC.riai
i or,. bose radio. Dre-
SCADILLAC ESCALADE mc,n packQc., SL20rj 00
2003 loaded 22" rims 7-9
bl5entertainment system, I.04 571s9193
sunroof, on-star, Lincoln TwnCar 95
clean, low miles must see signature one owner
$30,000 call 923-4881 like new, 74 mi exc.
CADILLAC DEVILLE '00. mileage. garage kept.
Red metallic, leather, senilcerecords available.
loaded 58K. Only $1400 $12K firm. Leather
down. Call 674-4444 386417 0124 386 7913 8660
C CadillacDeVille94' LINCOLN LS '03
Excellent Condition. ,i cG;[. 1 i.
New tires, lots of TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 311.4-
extras, call 509-s693.
$3900.741-7190 LINCOLN TOWNCAR '03
ST,.EAR6.9i I', 4 i6 6
7 CADILLAC SRX '05 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Charcoal/tan, only LOOKING FOR A TRUCK?
22,000 miles. Like GO TO
new. $28,990 998-0012 GORDONCHEVY.COM
CADILLAC CTS '03
Pearl white MAZDA MILLENIA '0
t Pearl C .. ,e-ncite Ihr.
navigation, si at53C..-Coonr:,:,r Wi.--oon.
chrome wheels$21,980 56K ml 13.975 21 320
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012 MAZDA MIATA '01
4, CARIOLETVW86' louw m,ies. $11 f-l)
70K ml, runs, good, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ac/at convertible, 998-0012
some small rust call
after5pm,.912-576-2537 MERCEDES C280 '97
CHEV AVALANCHE'05 .:, .:l.e r :,','uno,.-.
PL, PM, PW, PS REMOTE I** r'39 6 l-I'
$25,550 C %ll *: 9- .
GORDON CHEVROLET MERCEDES 450 5L
904-272-2200 Roadsler "74' 2 dr ,,
'I.conv. hardtop, red w
CHEV IMPALA LS '05 t onint. a c. pw. al-
PL, PM, PW, PS REMOTE full cover manuals, new
$14,750 tires & brakes.
GORDON CHEVROLET 904 278 6251 542 8894
904-272-2200 MERCURY GR MARQ '03
CHEV MONTE CARLO LS ima':;hl;- i-'-'
01 PS,PW,PL REMOTE CC TOM BUSH AtrOPLEX 31371 37
GORDON CHEVROLET y-"5NISSAN 350Z Cony.
904-272-2200 1t 9'04 Tc.uring
HFV Olurir. ran L .. Orl, 1 7.(0 irrileis.
CHEV MONTE CARLO LS like new. 630,990
'05 CC, Pt, PW, PS, PM
MNRF $13,950 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GORDON CHEVROLET 998-0012
904-272-2200 NISSAN 350Z '03
A Chevrolet Camaro98' vil nm'.:2E 414 y1r77
Automatic transmis- TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
vt slon with new paint NISSAN ALTIMA '02
Job (candy green with -NISAN A-nMA. "0
new torque thrust wheels. TOM BUSH AUTOPLE ].W1
plus many other extras. 5, 1 *- m
Must See! WIll sell TOM BUSH AUTOPLEXl 171- l7
be seen at our sebslte ,'-,0ur.i'S'LE
Phone 904-264.7173 02 & 03 AlerOs
4 CHEVROLET BLAZER -drd. aL,.. ow .pcl crumv-?
93' with cold air. Colon cD, rr.'lnec It ,"-
l-'JCandy Green.'Milesge 13,000 miles
Pictures can be seen
at our web site $6975
www.fiautobody.com 12 to Choose
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
Stk#G098 $10,988 Warranty
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 Balance 5 r /,009., m,,?:-
CHRYSLER 30DM '02 EASY financing
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 674-4444
CHRYSLER LEBARON '94 55? Cs-_a Ae i I,.,
convert. Exc cond, pwr PONTIAC FIREBIRD FOR-
seats/wind, 94K mi. MULA se T [-o. 5 vy.
$2,950912-673-6949 lo di'-d ,82K m, 77-f": 1I
y CHRYSLER 300C PONTIAC GRAND AM SE
'05 LTD. Leather, '03 cc. P1r,. PL. CEBT
998-0012 GORDON CHEVROLET
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 904-272-2200
4, Chrysler Sebring PONTIAC VIBE '03
T 04'. Conv. GTC BIk s i-t4.. i" m J s 1sis
it on blk lthr, 6 disc TOM BUSH AUTOPLEl 371-.47
1 9 7 I4Kml. red wilh
,.2 if black inlerior, mint
Datsun 80'. 280ZX212. condition. 5spd.
S 129K original factory warranty 131.250.
miles, runs great Call 904 135 3835 PC5
6 cyl speed AC,PW,
great on gas. ClassIc,
$3500 obo. 912-729-4391
/ range (almond/black)
t Iand push type edger,
$50 each. al work ng
SDodge Dakota 04' r d
Quad ab SxT,4wd, Mercedes-Benz
VSw, sunroof, step- bars,
bed cover, 26,5O0mi,
exc. cond. $19,500. MERCEDES
Flat Spider 1983'2000. 8 to choose from
S Verycleantwo '03-' 07
ti owners rebuilt engine Prices starting at
& transmission 9(
Call David @ 674 7628
FORD CROWN VIC '05 Brumos Mercedes
Stk#G131 $14,988 Purchase from the
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 only Factory
FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02 Authorized Porsche
Stk#G020 $8988 Dealer
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 904- 725- 9155
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 T Porsche Boxer 03'
14K ml. Red with black
FORD MUSTANG OT '97 Xl lop. Full Porsc lie
White, AT, loaded, low 4 warrant-, only S11.950.
''IS. $7975. 674-4444 Call 904 735 3835
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '92,
ruol[ [ra-n ena q c.o
*,.I. AC. Si4 0 ob-:,
7'7 656: 25;4 "855
J. Mitsubishi Eclipse 94'
New clulch new
Needs Work Must Sell
rirsL S95. Takes IIIl
Call 465 4123
NISSAN QUEST VAN '93.
n.-.. ur,; art C. .na. C ,.ia
AC. i2'0].O.0n g691 l08P1
Saturn 4dr *95 1.9L 4 cyc
76Ksmi. ne.ds Irars
_..?ji 5-fr, j904 7,'3, 4,14
ACURA MDX 05
Onl, tij00c0 mnerr ..
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW X3 3.0'06
WnL tan. iI e ne.-.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEV TRAILBLAZER 03
Pe. P.1 PL. CC SI1.96o3
'02 AUDI A4
One owner, leather,
One owner leather,
'04 HUMMER H2
Sunroof, Leather, 3rd
Seat, XM Radio
CD, One Owner.
Leather, CD, I owner
Only 31K miles
'02 BMW 7401
"02 BMW 3251C
'06 BMW 5301
'04 ACURA MDX
Only 35K Miles.
AT, V6, Bedcover,
DVD, Sunroof, One
SATURN ION '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SATURN LIO '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLLX 311.-477
SATURN SCI .99
rOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3i 187T7
TOYOTA AVALON XL 99
IE. AT. i,:-ather. m,r ,nrf.
'5K m' !975 69' 96.69
'06 Fuil, Equipped.
0l-e new. $i- .8aO
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA CAMRY 99
Ad,-. V 5sspa. IC.ocaa.
S '?75 C311,r7.1.-J4 -1
'03 LE :ni,r
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
T TOYOTA TACOMA 99
Green, 2.7L 4x4, cd.
v player ac. bucket
seats, Sspd. 31x10.5.
$159K milesS, $500. 237 3724
VOLVO S80 06
Learner. CD. Crew
Ca3 RTL. S27.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VOLVO XC90 V8 '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VOLVO XC90 T6 '03
fO.1 BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4-n
SVW PASSAT '06
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Trucks.Vans. UVs 00-05
CHEVY CAPRICE 89 I
C 31 C,:,i .:r,:, r
,904.21 6 ,*r
Chr-sler Conquesl 87.
15si red, 87K miles,
v S spd. w lurbo
greaL needs some body
work. engine runs strong.
bul hoslIales when accel-
eralng. Has fuel InJeciors
and clips, battery. KSN fi-
ler. spark plugs & wires.
many exsra pads. $1860
obo. Erlck 904 207 3119.
Cell. 355 5201 Home
.L DODGE CARAVAN 95
. | Auiomaiic, good body,
l engine. lransmlsslon
leaks, 51000 obo.
504 4173 PCI
J Ford F 100.71'
i | ]302 Topper, ran
when parked but
needs work to get
going again. S500.
Ford Ranchero 73
S 302 engine ruins
Ssirong. Has Ihe
Ei Camlno stvke body.
Needs body iniermor work
adn brake bob. Great project
car for resioraiIon. Good
lires, new battery and
starter. $1500obo. Erick.
904 207 3519c. 355 5207 hm
FORD VAN 150 1988 Rur -,
.io.a. '.or, r i n I60.1
C 311 D .- C-I - -.-.131
7 Cadillac Escalade
' '03 Black Beauty!
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEV EQUINOX LT 'S05
PW, PM, PL, CC, LEATHER
CHEV HHR LT '06
CHEV SILVERADO '05
XCAB PL, PW, PM, CC
CHEV SILVERADO '05
CC,PL,PW.PS PM CERT
CHEV SILVERADO '04
XCAB, PL, PW, PM CC
CHEV SILVERADO '03
XCAB, PL,PW, PM. CC
CHEV SUBURBAN '05
LEATHER PM, PL, CC,
CHEV SUBURBAN '04
CC, PL, PW, PM PS,
CHEV TAHOE '03
PL, PW, CC, PS PM
CHEV TAHOE '01
LEATHER, PL PW, PM
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '06
CC, PL, PW.PS PM CERT
4 CHEVY BLAZER 00'
4wd, ps, pb, pw,
S cruise, new fires, new
front brakes, great
cond, $7K or take over
payments, 904- 241- .5373
CHEVY CREW CAB Dually
'00. Vs, AT, AC. 47,800 mi.
Nice! $13,975. 674-4444
CHEVY TAHOE LT'99
4x4 loaded, dual ac, Nice!
$6975. Call 425-4320
4 CHEVY TAHOE 03'
sear leather, exec.
condition, 51K miles,
$21,500. Call 772-7031 or
i CHEVY TAHOE '03
xtra low mi $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SDod0ge 1500 Truck
$182.000 .2L, New
| enginee, 5spd tilt,
C/C electric win-
dows, dual exhaust
904- 226-1910 $3500 OBO
DODGE DAKOTA '95
X-Cab V6, cold AC.
$2975. Call 425-4320
DODGE DURANGO '99
VS, AT, AC, loaded. $5975
5 Dodge Durango
T SPort utility 98'. Good
S condlton burgundy.
100K miles, must sell
912- 673- 6753
only 14,000 miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFord Bronco 94'
XLT,4" 1ft 33" tires
Y rebuilt trans, cold ac,
912- 882 7289 after 4pm
FORD E-150 VAN '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD ESCAPE '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPLORER XLT '99
4dr, white, loaded, at, ac
$5975. Call 674-4444
2WD PL, PM, PW, AUTO
FORD EXPEDITION 2WD
'99 LEATHER PL, PW, CC,
'03 Eddie Bauer,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
98,300 miles, power
leather, rear air, asking,
Eddie Bauer '05
Fully Eqpt $22,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S FORD F. 15095'
6cyl, 96K ml,great
L shape, well taken care
of, original pwner,
very dependable, $4000.
FORD F-150 CREW '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F-150 '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F250 SD 4WD '04
CC, PS, PM LEATHER PL,
FORD F-350 XLT 97'
/ 7.3L Diesel Crew
Cab, Dually, 152;
many extras, $15K obo.
Call 912 57& 9855/
Ford Ranger Pickup
1 92'with topper. V6,
Sj sspd, AC, recently
serviced, looks& runs
great. $1775. 268-2482
4 GMC 4x4 93'
Ext cab DVD, viper
-1 1i alarm, 3" lift, acpw,
pl, cruise, new brake
904- 553-4508/ 912-673-6541
GMC YUKON 4WD '03
LEATHER, PL, PW, MNRF
GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Only 30,000
miles, like new.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC YUKON SLT '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CRV '04
Extra low miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA PILOT EX
'04. Leather, CD,
only 25,000 miles.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA PILOT '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4.=0 '06 EX. 4x4 Like
F new. $30,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HYUNDAI TIBURON '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI XG350 '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
Q INFINITI QX56'05
Fully Equip. $41,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
@ INFINITI FX3S '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y JEEP GRAND
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP GR CHEROKEE '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP LIBERTY '03
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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SMAZDA B2600EI 4x4
Truck, new tires
- 2.6L 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
MERC MOUNTAINEER '02
LEATHER, PL, PW. PM PS,
CC, REM $9988
MERCURY MONTEREY '04
PW, PL, CC PM $15,500
PATHFINDER LE '01
Fully equip. $13,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN PATHFINDER '05
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN XTERRA '01
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
@t TOYOTA RUNNER
Ss LTD '02. Leather,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LTD' 03 champ/tan
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
loaded, 58,300 miles Very
clean $10,975. 674-4444
impact of the
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Fax 904-366 6230.
A UTOMO TI VE DIRECTOR Y
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TOYOTA TACOMA '04
Crew Cab Limited V8
auto, 35,000 mi, loaded
$18,975. Call 777-9119
TOYOTA TACOMA '99
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
CHEV EXPRESS G20 '00
PL, PW, PM CC, REMOTE
12-15 psgr van. Deluxe
LS, 72k mi, removable -
seats. $12,500 obo
Dodge B250 96'
Custom Van 318cu.
Good condition bed In
DODGE CARAVAN 95'
Automatic, good body,
t engine, transmission
leaks, $1000 obo.
A Caravan SE 99'
Exc cond, all records,
130K miles, green, tan
Int. 22 mpg flex fueL $5290
obo Green Cove Springs
GMC CARGO VAN '04
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, GMC Conversion Van
'94 cold a/c, front n
Il rear, 4 captain seats
fold down rear seat
$2,000 neg 912-882-3492
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SEDONA EX '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SEDONA EX '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
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Kawasaki ATV 00'.
300cc. New top end-
new back tires, runs
4 Starcraft 199917 ft
sleeps 6 ice cold
A/C meticously main-
tained, arae kept
spare tire $1999.0
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