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Creation Date: August 3, 2006
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Backpack Stuff
USO donates school supplies
Page 3


Beat the Heat
Learn to keep cool
Page 6


Man of Honor
Carl Brashear dies at age 75
Page 15


THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 2006


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Be on the lookout. School buses are getting ready to start running again.


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Buses, backpacks and
bikes pose potential risks
By Clark Pierce
Staff Writer
As you cut the tags off school clothes
and break out the new backpacks,
it's a good time to talk with your
family about putting "safety" on the
school calendar.
SCHOOL Bus SAFETY
"Although all drivers are required to
stop for a school bus when it is loading or
unloading passengers, children should be
taught to take caution until approaching
vehicles come to a complete stop," said
NAS Deputy Occupational Health
Manager Dave Colburn.


Reserve Intelligence Area
13, (RIA-13) celebrated
the grand opening of
the new RIA-13/Joint Reserve
Intelligence Center, (JRIC)
with a ribbon cutting ceremo-
ny July 22 on Naval Air
Station Jacksonville.
The ceremony took place in
front of building 135, which
several years ago served as a
meat freezer for the base com-
missary. Special guest speak-
er Rear Adm. Ann Gilbride,
commander Navy Reserve
Intelligence Command, ex-
plained her first reaction to
the idea of using the building
to be more comical than opti-
mistic.
"When I first saw thle build-
ing, I thought 'how are we
going to make this a pristine
place of business?' It was old
and unclean and the smell was
terrible," said Gilbride. "I kept
thinking of the 'where's the
beef?" commercials."
She then turned from comi-
cal to endearing.
"I can tell you now that the
meat is still right here in this
building. The meat is the
service men and women that
made all of this happen and
turned this old meat freezer
into a pristine and profession-
al place to do business."
Lt. Cmdr. Claudia Flores,


He recommended the following guide-
lines for kids and parents:
Have a safe place to wait for the busae
and be aware of the street traffic around
you.
Avoid roughhousing or other behavior
that can lead to accidental injury.
As the school bus approaches, form a
single line away from the curb.
Wait until the bus stops and the door
opens before stepping onto the roadway.
Use the handrail when stepping onto
the bus.
Find a seat and sit down. Loud talk-
ing or other noise can distract the bus
driver.
If you must cross the street in front of
the bus, walk at least 10 feet ahead of the
bus along the side of the road, until you
can see the driver.


When the driver signals, walk across
the road, keeping an eye out for sudden
traffic changes.
Colburn urged drivers to review traffic
regulations for approaching a school bus:
On a two-way street or highway, all
drivers moving in either direction must
stop for a stopped school bus that is pick-
ing up or dropping off children.
You must remain stopped until all
children are clear of the roadway and the
bus signal has been withdrawn.
If a raised barrier or an unpaved
median divides the highway, you do not
have to stop when traveling in the oppo-
site direction of the bus. Painted lines or
pavement markings are not considered to
be barriers.

See BACK TO SCHOOL, Page 9


,

Photo by MC2(SW) Sunday Williams
(Left to Right) Lt. Col. Marty Kahn, Capt. Russell, Rear Adm. Gilbride, and Lt. Cmdr. Flores cut the rib-
bon to the new Reserve Intelligence Area 13 (RIA-13)/joint Reserve Intelligence Center, (JRIC) July 22.
The newly refurbished building has taken three years to complete and gives RIA-13 and the JRIC
18,000 more square feet of work space.


the officer in charge of RIA-13,
initiated the project three
years ago. According to her
she could not be happier with
the way the building turned
out and the space they now
have to do their jobs.
"I am very excited that I
could see everything come
together before I transfer,"


said Flores. "Our staff worked
so hard to make this all work.
We support the war right from
this building and now people
can come to work, and do their
job comfortably and know that
they have everything they
need to accomplish their task-
ing."
Both RIA-13 and the JRIC


operated out of building 966
where they had a total of
6,000 square feet. Out of the
6,000 square feet, 4,000
square feet was used as spe-
cial compartmented informa-
tion facility, (SCIF). Intelli-
gence analysts and targeteers


See NOSC, Page 9


deployments'

By Megan McCloskey
Siars and s'ipri .-
T here will be no slowdown in naval
individual augmentee deployments,
but sailors can expect them to play
an important part in pro motions and
assignment selections, the chief of naval
operations told a group of Okinawa-based
sailors Monday morning at Camp Foster.
"COs need to understand we're going to
keep doing this . it isn't an Army or a
Marine Corps war. It's a national war,"
Adm. Michael Mullen said, referring to Iraq
and the ongoing war on terror.
Mullen was on the island for the last stop
of his Asia tour that took him to Kuala
Lum pur. Malaysia. and Jakarta, Indone-
sia. among other cities. He took questions
from enlisted sailors and officers after
speaking to the groups separately.
Rotation and deployment issues were a
hot topic among both groups. Mullen said
individual augmentee deployments aren't
"going to go away," but the Navy is in the
early stages of making sure they're consid-
ered important during the promotion
process.
Thousands of individual augmentees are
deployed around the world, but Mullen said
he thinks it isn't the figures that cause con-
cern among sailors but rather the uncer-
tainty associated with it. "They think 'is my
number coming up?"' he said.
The Navy is in the process of extending
the deployment notice to 60 days, "so peo-
ple can plan their lives," Mullen said.
There also is a possibility individual aug-
mentees' dependents will be able to move
back to their families while the augmentee
is deployed, he added. There are no plans,
however, to have the augmentee perma-
nently change duty stations and give the
unit that lost the manpower any relief,
NMullen said.
Altering rotation schedules for better
quality of life and retention is a top priori-
ty, he said. In the next 18 to 24 months the
Navy's tour rotation policy will change
with the goal that each sailor is at his home
port for 50 percent of the year some-
thing that is far from being achieved now.
"The family bears a big. burden," he said.
"In the end that issue must be addressed or
good people aren't going to stay in the
Navy."
Mullen also talked about how the Pacific
is a critical area and the fleet over here
must maintain continuous readiness to
ensure stability, especially in light of North
Korea's recent actions. "One of the real
threats in the future is the proliferation of
ballistic missiles," he said.


TOUCHING Eyes on the road Point accumulation can cause your base driving privileges to be sus-
TOUCHING esonhadpended.
S A S E Drivers, don t forget to use your hands-free device if talking on a cell Three points during a one-month period Driver improvement course.
phone while driving. Those caught using a cell phone without such a Six points during six-month period Suspension for 30 days.
device will have three points put on their base driving record and must 12 points during one year or 18 points during two years Suspension
attend a driver improvement course. for at least six months.
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Adm. Michael Mullen
Chief of Naval Operations


Joint Reserve Intelligence Center gets grand opening

By MC2(SW)
Sunday Williams
Navy Operational Support Center A.,
Jacksonville Public Affairs


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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
The iJA All NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAX Al NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JAIlAll Nm can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email jaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JAlallEm, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
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agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 3, 2006 3


Photos by Clark Pierce
School supplies, pile up in the USO office
aboard NAS Jacksonville. These supplies
were stuffed into backpacks and donated
to more than 60 children of active-duty
Sailors.


AZ3 Mark Villa of VP-45 carries out back-to-school packs ready for dis-
tribution.


SK3 PeAtra Wilson of VP-30 arrived at the USO with a carton
of new back packs.


USO volunteers stuff




back-to-school packs


By Clark Pierce
Staff Writer
4-lrt's important that kids
Arrive at school ready to
learnaeand that means car-
rying a back pack with all the need-
ed classroom supplies," said Sonja
Kutsch, USO program director at
NAS Jacksonville.
One dozen volunteers gathered at
the USO on July 28 to fill more
than 60 packs for the children of
active duty personnel who were


nominated by their commands.
'"We're packing for Pre-K, kinder-
garten, and the first through fifth
grades," explained Kutsch. "Thanks
to the concern and generosity of our
Navy Exchange and numerous com-
mands, the support for this project
was outstanding. In addition to
back packs, notebooks, composition
books and loose leaf paper, we have
an ample supply of pens, pencils,
glue, crayons, folders, scissors and-
pencil cases."


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Occupational



safety and health


Capt. Chip Dobson
CO, NAS Jacksonville .
afety, both operational and personal,
is a shared responsibility. The mes-
sage is simple and as old as the Navy
itself: leaders take care of their people.
That duty is all encompassing, roughing
almost every aspect of our personal and
professional lives; Leaders take responsi-
bility for the actions and omission of the
men and women they lead, both on and off
duty, to an extent that is unique to mili-
tary culture. They actively concern them-
selves with their peoples' physical and
mental well being, training, personal
readiness and family care. It is evident
that conditions, proactive and habits pos-
ing a threat to personnel safety must be
sought out and eliminated by all employ-
ees.
To that end, my policy is to maintain a
safe and healthful workplace for all per-
sonnel by using the principles of opera-
tional risk management (ORM), incorpo-
rated within our integrated management
system (IMS). In addition, qualified opera-
tional safety and health (OSH) personnel
shall inspect all workplaces at least annu-
ally and identified hazards shall be eradi-
cated as quickly as possible. Where these
hazards have not been eliminated, notices
shall be posted to ward personnel and
interim protective measures implemented
until they are. Facilities, systems and sub-
systems shall be reviewed prior to con-
struction and procurement to ensure OSH
hazards are eliminated or controlled. All
mishaps will be thoroughly investigated,
with findings and recommendations made
known to personnel to prevent similar
mishaps. Qualified personnel shall imple-
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Head to



the fair

From Staff
he sixth annual Multi-Cultural
Awareness Fair is Aug. 24 from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bachelor
Officers Quarters Pavilion. This event fea-
tures cultural heritage representations
and art displays, diverse cultural enter-
tainment music, dancers, live bands and
a car show. Numerous commands-spon-
sored booths will showcase different cul-
tural heritages.
Free samples of cultural food dishes will
be offered throughout the event.
Volunteers are needed to help with this


surveillance programs, in both medical
and industrial hygiene.
Supervisors shall establish a proactive
organizational safety culture by ensuring
employees are actively involved in safety.
Supervisors are expected to lead and pro-
mote an all hands campaign to develop
and implement measures to prevent
mishaps. One of the primary goals of this
of this command is to achieve Voluntary
Protection Program (VPP) recognition by
April 30, 2007. We will achieve this goal
by using the Occupational Safety and
Health Administration's (OSHA)
Challenge Program. The Challenge
Program consists of three stages and pro-
vides a road map to achieve VPP star sta-
tus.
To reinforce the actions of supervisors,
all hands, regardless of rank or billet,
must be mindful of safety concerns.
Personnel will receive appropriate safety
training and comply with applicable safety
standards. Personnel must also enforce
policy and report suspected hazards and do
so without fear of reprisal. With safety,
moral courage is required. Moral courage
is the fortitude to step forward and speak
up when an unsafe act or condition threat-
ens harm. Such moral courage is an essen-
tial character element. It will be a part of
our institutional identity. Employees shall
have a standard of comparison to measure
performance in meeting NAVOSH require-
ments/objectives. In keeping with my phi-
losophy that we always do the right thing,
I expect and require all of you to act appro-
priately in exercising your individual safe-
ty responsibilities with the goal of elimi-
nating preventable mishaps. Through
responsible risk management and aware-
ness we will safely accomplish our mission.
I will settle for nothing less.


event. Commands may also sponsor a
booth.. For more information or to volun-
teer, call YN1 Rowland at 542-2486 x114
or HMCS McNair at 542-3304.


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Photo by Clark Pierce
Leading the five-star accreditation team at the Flight Line Cafe are (from left) CSC(SW)
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Gen. Douglas MacArthur on March
11, 1942. The set of circumstances, which
surrounded the general's remark, were at
best hopeless.
Those were difficult days for America.
You see, the Japanese Imperial Army had
successfully invaded the Philippines.
World War II was raging
in the Pacific and the
U.S. mainland itself was
threatened with invasion
or direct attack.
Gen. McCarthur, one
of our premiere military
minds, was in danger of
being captured by the
Japanese. Consequent-
ly, President Franklin.
Roosevelt ordered him to
abandon the Philippines,
and MacArthur reluc-
tantly obeyed.
Indeed, few of us can
appreciate those dark
moments. For those who
lived through those days
"I shall return" had a
special appeal.
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certainty. The brevity of
its message underlined the clarity and
commitment of the speaker. There was no
question in anybody's mind that his prom-
ise would be kept.
MacArthur's promise gave Americans
hope and the people of the Philippines
hung onto every word of that promise.
Everyone knew, they just knew that he
would return.
On Oct. 29, 1944 the prophesy was ful-
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Caesar," disembarked on Filipino soil and
said "people of the Philippines, I have
returned."
It was a perfectly orchestrated and dra-
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media attention. MacArthur's return was
captured in pictures and films by newspa-
pers and newsreels. Although total victory
was not yet won, "I have returned" became
symbolic of victory during WWII. Such is
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A promise made and a promise kept are
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the other. A promise made and a promise
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genders if we are to be promise keepers.
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be in my profession. I truly believe that a
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TM3 Andy Bobien checks ID cards at the Birmingham gate onboard NAS Jacksonville.


HEALTHY



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HOT SUN

By MC3 Mark A. Braden
Staff Writer
W ater activities, sports and landscap-
ing are popular outdoor activities
during the summer. But since it is
also the hottest time of the year, adults and chil-
dren must be careful not to let a heat-related ill-
ness spoil the day.
"Anyone can be susceptible, although the very
young and the very old are at greater risk," said
Lt. Cmdr. Brad Briscoe, Naval Hospital Emer-
gency Room (ER) division officer. "People who
work outside are still prone to heat-related inci-
dents even if their bodies are acclimated to the
climate. Sailors need to remember that even the
most physically fit person can suffer a heat-relat-
ed incident."
He explained that heat-related illness usually
comes in stages. First comes heat cramps in mus-
cles, which is common among persons participat-
ing in sports. The second is heat exhaustion,
which includes symptoms such as pale skin,
headache, dizziness arid nausea. The third stage,
heat stroke, is life threatening and includes
symptoms such as vomiting, loss of conscious-
ness, shallow breath-
ing, rapid pulse, high
body temperature and
skin that may be red,
hot and dry.


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AE3 Kevonte
Daniels of VP-5
"Mad Foxes" brings
water to the flight
line so his fellow
shipmates don't
dehydrate.









Bruce Nolan of
Reed and Reed
Maintance
Landscaping Inc. is
trimming the lawn
in front of Vystar
Bank on NAS
Jacksonville.


TREATING HEAT
CRAMPS OR HEAT
EXHAUSTION
The American Red
Cross recommends
getting the person to
a cooler, shaded place.
Give a half-glass of
cool water every 15
minutes. (Avoid very
cold beverages be-
cause they can cause
stomach cramps.) Do
not let the person
drink too quickly. Do
not give liquids con-
taining alcohol or caf-
feine, as they can
make conditions
worse. Call 911 or the
local emergency num-
ber if the person
refuses water, vomits
or loses consciousness.


MWR grounds keeper
Chris Miller chalks a field
for the upcoming intramu-
ral football game onboard
NAS Jacksonville.


TREATING HEAT STROKE
This is a life-threatening situation that
requires medical attention. Call 911 or the local
emergency number. Move the person to a cooler,
shaded place. Keep the person lying down.
Quickly cool their body by applying wet cloths
and fanning. If you have ice packs or cold packs,
wrap them in a cloth and place them on the vic-
tim's ankles, wrists, armpits and neck to cool the
large blood vessels. Watch for signals of breath-
ing problems and make sure the airway is clear.
"In most instances, severe heat illness usually
strikes because warning symptoms are ignored,"
said Briscoe. "To avoid heat injuries, use common
sense when it's hot outside. Whether you're
thirsty or not, increase your fluid intake regard-
less of your activity level. To reduce the possibili-
ty of sun burn, use sun block of SPF-15 or higher
and apply it 30 minutes prior to going outdoors."
CHECK THE HEAT INDEX
This is a number in degrees Fahrenheit that it
"feels like" to your body. As relative humidity
increases, the air seems warmer than it actually
is because the body is less able to cool itself via
evaporation of perspiration. Exposure to full sun-
shine can increase the heat index by 15 degrees
Fahrenheit.
The Naval Atlantic Meteorological and
Oceanographic Facilities Wet Bulb Globe
Temperature (WBGT) readings determine the
color of the station heat index flag\
Marty Martin, lead recreational aide at the
NAS Gym, posts the heat index flak according to
the daily WBGT readings. Four colors of heat
stress flags identify the day's heat index (See
chart, Page 7). '
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PHOTO BY
MC3 MARK BRADEN


MA3 Jarred Petrosky exercises on a stationary bicycle in the Fitness Center onboard
NAS Jacksonville.



How to handle the HEAT!!!

.Precautions Sailors and their families can take to prevent heat-related injuries:

Allow a minimum of seven to 10 days to get used to the heat.
Wear loose-fitting, lightweight clothing,
Eat a diet including six to eight servings of fruits and vegetables each day.
Drink a minimum of eight to 10. eight-ounce glasses of fluids every day. Sports drinks
and water are the best fluids to use to prevent heat illness.
When exercising, drink two to three, eight-ounce glasses of caffeine-free fluids two
hours before your workout, and eightounces of fluids every 15 rrinutes during exercise.
Do not drink carbonated beverages during exercise.


Flag Heat Index and Physical Exercise Chart


Provided by the Naval Safety Center


WIT Index (laClr Intensity of Physical Exercise
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Less than 80

80-84.9

85-87.9

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Therefore cauli.rn music be taken
Di.cretlin is required ,r1 planning rheavy exercise for u8n3aclirrimized personnel.
This is a marginal heal stress limil for all personnel.
Strenuous exercise and acinlry must. e curltaied I1r lnew and unacclimalzea personnel during
the fir1 3 week. ot neal exposure Ouldoor classes in the Sun must be avoided when tme WBGT
index exceeds 85
Strenuous exercise must be curtailed l:tr ail prs.onnriel ih less han 12 weeks trairnng
in hot weather.


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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
Tuesday and Thursdays and the first Saturday of the
month from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more information, call 772-
0242 or Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings are
held the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
Oak Crest United Methodist Church Education Building
at 5900 Ricker Road. For more information, call 387-4332
or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38 meet-
ings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange Park, Fla. The chapter also
has service officers available Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an
appointment or for more information, call 269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National Active
and Retired Federal Employees invites all active and
retired employees to their regular monthly meeting the
second Tuesday of each month at 1 p.m. at St. Vincent's
Medical Center, 2300 Park Avenue, Orange Park, Fla. For
more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the first
Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse (Building
1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters and
non-boaters are invited to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and active and retired
Department of Defense civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Parents Without Partners meetings are held the sec-
ond Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at The Country
Cabin restaurant located on Blanding Boulevard. This
organization is open to any single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of any ages. For more infor-
mation, 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 children are welcome at all activities. For
information contact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to
momsclubopw@yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's meet-
ing is held the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at
the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins Road. For more infor-
mation, call AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim
Bohac at 542-2939. You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association holds
their meetings the second Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently employed and retired fed-
eral 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 at
5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban League, 903 West
Union Street. Interested personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email Herlena.Washington@
sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association, Chapter
FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582 Blanding Boulevard.
The "Wingnutts" invite all those interested in motorcy-
cling 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 partici-
pate. For applications, stop by the golf club. The deadline
to sign up is July 24. For more information, call 542-3249.
A youth fishing derby will be held Aug. 19 from 9
a.m. to noon at Oceanway Park. A youth fishing tourna-
ment will be held Sept. 9 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna
Park. The tournaments are free for children under 13. For
more information, call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is offering
free admission each Tuesday from 4-9 p.m. through
September. Visitors can attend lectures, docent-lead
tours, stroll the historic riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collection and special exhibitions
and experience Art Connections, the museum's hands-on
education center. For more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.


Preventative medicine: Assuring healthful force protection


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Photo by Clark Pierce
HM3 Alexis Delvalle performs an unannounced monthly
inspection at NAS Jacksonville Galley. Coolers and hot boxes
must be within specified temperature ranges.


By Clark Pierce
Staff Writer
Preparing Sailors and Marines for deployment seas
well as promoting general health and well-being on
basemis the mission of the preventive medicine
department (PMD) of Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
"We're the leading edge of medical support for clinical
and field preventive medicine, environmental and occupa-
tional health, epidemiology, and disease surveillance,"
explained HMC Vernon Stiles, leading chief petty officer,
from his office at the Branch Medical Clinic.
"Our team supports readiness by keeping soldiers fit to
fight, while also promoting wellness among their families
and the civilian workforce," said HM1 Jolando Lightner.
"Our team of hospital corpsmen are certified as
Preventive Medicine Technicians. We manage any health-
related activities that affect our base populationeefrom
water quality and food service to berthing, recreation and
childcare facilities inspections."
As for communicable diseases, they not only track and
treat, but also educate patients about disease avoidance."
"Preventing sexually transmitted diseases (STD) is a
constant battle in both military and civilian populations.
We regularly communicate with county health depart-


ments in Northeast Florida. We also deal with education,
testing and treatment of salmonella, tuberculosis and
hepatitis," said Stiles.
According to DoD instructions, the PMD recently devel-
oped a pandemic influenza plan. As viruses such as bird
(avian) flu evolve in different parts of the world, the plan
is continuously updated to incorporate new potential
treatments and pharmaceuticals.
"Immunizations are some of our more visible activities,"
said Lightner. "Prior to flu season, we visit tenant com-
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PMD: Keeping things


healthy with inspections

From Page 8

mands to ad-minister mass immunizations. We also pro-
vide smallpox shots to personnel deploying to central
Asia."
PMD is also
the front line Purview of Preventive

trol. "A vector
on b vect"y Medicine Department
animal or
insect that Provides health inspections
causes discom- of:
fort or trans- Food service facilities
mit s a disease Berthing spaces

Rats, mosqui- Barber & beauty shops
toes, fleas, Child Development
ticks and wild Center
animals are
common vec- Parks & recreational
tors. Lyme dis- facilities
ease, mosqui- NAS Gym
to -borne
encephalitis, Potable & wastewater
West Nile systems
virus are the Part of NAS Disaster
most widely Preparedness Team
known vector-
borne dis- Conduct disease vector con-
eases. The trol program
best vector Interview & counsel patients
programs com-
bine elimina- with STD & other communica-
tion of breed- ble diseases
ing sources, Conduct food safety courses
using biologi-
cal and chemi-
cal controls, with education and surveillance to prevent
future infestations," said Lightner.
NAS Jacksonville currently has 10 preventive medicine
technicians on board, some of whom deploy to support
operational forces. "Our primary job is to keep combat
troops healthy. We make sure their berths, food and water
quality support their mission readiness. Safe food, potable
water and waste disposal make a world of difference for
Sailors and Marines. When we do our job right, nobody
notices," said Lightner.
Preventive medicine technicians are specially qualified
hospital corpsmen (HM) who assist medical department
officers in the performance of preventive medicine and
occupational health programs for Navy and Marine Corps
forcesaboth ashore and afloat. They instruct medical and
non-medical personnel in preventive medicine, industrial
hygiene, environmental health and occupational health
matters.
Disaster preparedness and relief is another PMD spe-
cialty. "After Hurricane Ivan struck the Florida panhan-
dle, our preventive medicine team was on the ground at
Pensacola in less than 48 hours. We helped assessed
potential health problems from lack of utilities, water-
borne vectors, and infectious or sanitation-related dis-
eases. And when Pensacola's PMD responded to
Hurricane Katrina, we back-filled their mission in west-
ern Florida and Cuba," said Chief Stiles.


NOSC: New facility


state-of-the-art


From Page 1

shared 11 secret Internet
protocol routing network,
(SIPRNET) systems, three
open source information
system, (OSIS) and 43 joint
worldwide intelligence com-
munications system,
(JWICS) terminals. The
new building now has
18,000 square feet, 12,000
of which, is SCIF space.
The new JRIC facility has
100 individual and collabo-
rative workspaces, which is
currently configured with
30 SIPRNET terminals, 17
OSIS and 63 JWICS sys-
tems.
Capt. #### Russell, com-
mander of RIA-13 said he
has been so impressed with


the work of his staff, and is
very excited about the
building. He thinks the
new building will allow his
staff to do their jobs better
and allow for expansion if
needed.
"This is truly a joint facil-
ity undertaking joint
endeavors, and I have no
doubt the synergy we cre-
ate as a team with our
active component counter-
parts will make this facility
the premier JRIC in the
country and as require-
ments increase, we now
have the capacity to add
additional systems as well
as personnel to support our
active component com-
mands," said Russell.


Voting assistance program kicks off


Byfim Garamone
American Forces Press Service
he Federal Voting Assistance
Program office is pulling out
the stops to ensure all service
members and their families who
wish to can vote.
Polli Brunelli, the program's chief,
said the program has learned from
experience and has put in place a
system to make it relatively pain-
less for service members and their
families to vote in 2006 mid-term
elections.
And, she added, service members
and their families want to vote.
They generally vote in greater per-
centage than the general popula-
tion, Brunelli said. She also
stressed that these votes count.
Absentee ballots decided a number
of elections in 2004. "Election offi-
cials count every absentee ballot,"
Brunelli said.
The program covers not only mili-
tary personnel, but also DoD civil-
ians and DoD contractors. It
depends on dedicated officers and
noncommissioned officers at unit
level. Each unit has a voting assis-
tance officer, and they are the pri-
mary points of contact for service-
members casting absentee ballots.


A number of changes are being
implemented in this election cycle.
Some states will now send ballots to
requesters via e-mail. Others will
fax the ballots. Each state is respon-
sible for voting by its citizens, so the
laws and programs offered vary
from state to state.
Other changes include a revised
Federal Postcard Application form.
"It's bigger and better and easier
to read," Brunelli said. "We have
several blocks on there for (voters)
to put alternative addresses if they
are on the move. There is also a
place to put their e-mail address.
This is very important, because
local election officials want to be
able to communicate to voters."
This is particularly helpful for
reserve-component personnel called
to active duty. For instance, a
Minnesota National Guardsman
may go through training in
Mississippi before deploying. The
Guardsman can put the alternative
address on the request for the bal-
lot.
Brunelli's office is working with
the U.S. Postal Service to ensure
expedited mail service for ballots.
This started in 2004, and they had
great success with it, she said.
Ballots will arrive to service mem-


bers in September or October. To be
sure votes arrive on time, Brunelli
is telling service members to mail in
their voted ballots the week of Oct.'
8 to 14.
Brunelli said the biggest problem
the program confronts is outdated
addresses. Folks who have moved
since the 2004 election need to sub-
mit an updated federal postcard
application.
If all things work perfectly and
they usually do service members
will receive their ballots from local
election official and return them'
without a hitch. But problems can;
happen: the address is wrong; the,
mail can't get to an isolated area in
a timely manner; and so on. In such
cases, service members can use the
Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot.
"It doesn't matter what ballot you
get... vote it," Brunelli said. "If the
state ballot arrives after (submit-
ting a write-in ballot), they should
vote that, too. Local election officials
will sort that out at their end."
For more information on the
Federal Voting Assistance Program,
visit www.fvap.gov. For more
Department of Defense news, visit.
www.defenselink.mil. For more,
news from around the fleet, visit
www.navy.mil.


BACK TO SCHOOL: Safety tips help make school year painless


From Page 1
If you are traveling in
the same direction as the
bus, you must always stop-
and not go forward until
the bus stop signal has
been withdrawn.
Colburn also issued a
warning to drivers of all
ages, "Take school zone
speed limits seriously
because law enforcement
officers do not issue warn-
ings. If you're pulled over,
you'll get a ticket."
BACKPACK SAFETY
"The ubiquitous back
pack is today's preferred
method of carrying school
suppliesaebut when not
properly fittedoe it can
result in neck, back, head,
arm and shoulder discom-
fort or injury," cautioned
Colburn.
According to the National
Safety Council, the weight
of a backpack should not
exceed 15 percent of the
user's body weight.
However, as some schools
eliminate lockers, and
heavier textbooks and
portable computers become
more prevalent, the weight
of backpacks can easily
exceed the 15 percent limit.


Recent studies of school
children show that most
carry backpacks that
exceed the 15 percent body
weight rule, and one third
of the students suffer from
back pain. When purchas-
ing a backpack, consider
the following:
Light weight (the back
pack itself should not add
much to the load);
Wide, padded shoulder
straps (narrow straps can
dig into shoulders);
A padded back increas-
es comfort and protects
against sharp edges;
A waist strap helps dis-
tributes the weight more
evenly;
Always use both shoul-
der straps (slinging the
pack over one shoulder can
strain muscles);
Tighten the straps so
the pack is close to the
body, about two inches
above the waist;
Bend at both knees,
rather than the waist.
BICYCLE SAFETY
With America's obesity
rates skyrocketing, cycling
to and from school is an
ideal way to get the U.S.
Surgeon General's recom-
mended daily dose of exer-


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The workshop will include mini-lectures, visual slides, couple
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Pelicans

host

moose and

manatee
By LL j.g Toby Hall
VP-45 Public Affairs Officer
wo groups of teens
from 4-H, the na-
tion's oldest youth
development program, were
part of an exchange pro-
gram involving students
from Jacksonville, Florida
and Billings, Montana.
When the Montana stu-
dents arrived on the First
Coast in June, they were
hyped about visiting the
VP-45 "Pelicans" at Naval
Air Station Jacksonville.
The trip completed the
final year of a two-year
exchange club contract
between Montana and
Florida called "Moose to
Manatee." The Jacksonville
youth spent the last 12
months putting together an
exciting itinerary to show-
case northeast Florida.
With the help of Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington, a
mother of one of the
Jacksonville 4-H students,
the teens arranged a visit
to the VP-45.
For many, their flight to
Jacksonville was a first-
time experience for travel-
ing by airplane. Prior to
their squadron tour, the 14-
to 19-year-olds viewed a
short presentation detail-
ing the capabilities and


Photo by MC2(NAC) Kaitlyn'Vargo.
Members of VP-45 hosted more than 40 4-H students who visited NAS Jacksonville last month,.
from Montana.


Lt. j.g. Toby Hall shows 4-H students from Montana the sur-
vival equipment that pilots and aircrewmen wear when flying
in a P-3C Orion.
mission of the P-3C Orion. given an extensive tour of a
The teens were then P-3C Orion, which included


a chance for each youth to
sit at the different crew sta-
tions.' The teens were very
especially excited to sit at
the controls in the flight
station (cockpit) and oper-
ate the camera turreteein
addition to talking with'
naval pilots and flight offi-
cers.
Katrina Britton, an 18-
year-old rabbit breeder
from Montana said, "The
tour of the P-3 (which she
noted was manufactured
the same year she was
born) was my highlight, of
the week,"
The youths also got to-
try on several pieces of sur-
vival gear including vests.
helmets and parachutes
that aircrew wear when fly-
ing.


POW/MIA observance set
,From NAS Jacksonville Public Affairs..
N AS Jacksonville will host a POW/MIAX
Recognition Observance aboard the base at 10
:. a.m. Wednesday. September 13..
The program will take place in the All Saints Chapel,'
on the .corner of Mustin Rd. and Birminghm. Ave,' and-
will honor all Americans who are former POWs,. as well
as those, who are still unaccounted for and their families.
The keynote speaker is Capt. Denver Key. Capt. Key's
A-4 Skyhawk, flying from the USS INTREPID (CVS11),
was shot down over North. Viet Nam in November of
1967.- He was assigned to the VA-34 "Blue Blasters,"
home ported at NAS Cecil Field. He was liberated with
.his fellow POWs in 1973. .-
The observance will include the POW. Pledge-of
Allegiance, led by Chief Ordnancem'an Carl "Ed"
Creamer, USN (Ret.). a former Japanese POW. While a
3rd Class during World War II, his PBY was shot down
in the Bering Sea. He was one of three survivors from
the crew of nine picked up by a Japanese cruiser.
At the end of the observance the NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department will render honors with a 21-Gun
Salute, followed by a missing man formation flyover.
POW/ILA observances are held nationally and reaf-
firm a promise to fallen comrades, "you are n-ot forgot-
ten."
Military and civilian employees at NAS:Jacksonville
as well as all other',area military installations are invit-
ed to attend. The military attire for. par.eipants is sum-
mer whites, working uniform for guests and appropriate
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Eisenhower

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after removing them from Canvas 612.
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requires constant teamwork.
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USO PROMOTIONS
Free phone cards are
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EVENTS
American Legion Post
194 Freedom Golf This
tournament supports the
USO!
-August 7th at the
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available at www.usojax.
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USO Welcome center at
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Sunday mornings. For
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lynne@usojax.com or 305-
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*If you volunteered for
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Yards of

the Month


(From left) NAS lax Commanding Officer,
Capt. Chip Dobson presents LT Gary Lewis's
wife, Pamela Lewis, with Yard of the Month
certificate.
















Capt. Chip Dobson
presents AMC(AW)
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Roy Pierson (left) and his wife,
Lisa Pierson, (center) with
Yard of the Month certificate.
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Jacksonville Agricultural Fair Grounds
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Volunteers are needed before, during and
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Friday, Aug 4 (9 am-NOON) and Sat., Aug 5,
(9 am-3pm)

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homeless and at-risk Veterans in our commu-
nity and provide needed social services.
Services offered include employment, shel-
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ices, AIDS/HIV education/awareness, sub-
stance abuse awareness and benefits assess-
ment (VA, Social Security, DCF, etc.).



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Jacksonville area Healthcare for Homeless
Veterans Program
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at (904) 739-1872


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"It's a great example of
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Carl Brashear,

'Man of Honor,' Dies
From Naval Medical Center
Portsmouth Public Affairs
Retired Navy diver Carl Brashear died last week at
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth of respiratory
and heart failure.
The retired master chief was 75. and became known
throughout the world after actor Cuba Gooding Jr. por-
trayed Brashear in
the movie, "Men of
Honior."
Brashear joined
the Navy in 1948 at
the age of 17. He
was a pioneer in the
Navy as the first
black deep sea
diver, the first black
master diver and
the first person in
naval history to be
restored to full
active duty as an
amputee. the result
of a leg injury he
sustained during a
salvage operation.
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amputee to be -
advanced to the Carl M. Brashear, USN (Ret.).
rank of master chief
petty officer. Brasher became the only amputee deep-sea
diver to reach the status of master diver, and he was the
only black man to ever become Master Diver of the U.S.
Navy. a position he held from' 1975 to 1977.
"Carl Brashear was a man of integrity. He was well-
loved and admired by the hospital staff." said Naval
Medical Center Portsmouth Commander Rear Adm.
Thomas Cullison. "It was an honor to provide the care
for the American hero. Our thoughts and prayers are
with his family members."
Brashear's son, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Phillip
Brashear, a helicopter pilot in the U.S. Army, is on
emergency leave from Iraq and was with his father in
his final hours.


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For more information call 542-2930

Outdoor Pool Hours
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. 5 p.m.
Daily fees, $2 Military, $3 DoD, $3 Guest

Command Sports Challenge
August 24 & 25
FREE
Includes bowling, canoe race, dodge ball,
softball, golf and much more!
Call 542-3239/2930 for more details.

For more information call 542-3260

US Sailing Instructor Course
August 15-18
$100 for military and voluntary military
instructors
Sate Safe Boating Certificate Required.
Call (904) 278-0329 for more information

FREE Kayak & Canoe rental on
Thursday's for Active Duty.

Want to receive a weekly MARINA
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Send a request to Philip.s.Collins@
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For more information call 542-3493

Customer Appreciation Weekend
August 26 & 27
$.50 games all day!
Does not include shoe rental

$1 Games All Day Everyday!
Saturday through September 4
Does not include shoe rental

Free Bowling on Wednesdays for Active
Duty from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not
included)


Call 542-3521 for more information

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

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

Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House


Free Lesson & 9 Holes of Golf
August 10
NAS Jax Golf Course


Photo by Suzie Cornell
No green fees-cart fee only! August 8 and 22 for active duty. August 10 and 24 for retirees
and DoD personnel. For more information call 542-3249/2936.
Every Wednesday
7:30 n .m until close


Back to School Kid's BINGO
Saturday
Doors open at 11 a.m.
Calling at 12 p.m.
$15 per child (17 and under)
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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
August 14
5 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Special gift for all participants!

For more information about ITT 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

Eric Clapton with Robert Cray Band
October 21 at 7:30 p.m.
$86 ~ Section 101

Night Of Joy
Disney's Magic Kingdom
September 8 & 9
$40.60 per person


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FLAG FOOTBALL
STANDINGS
As of July 28


TEAM WINS
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Trips, activities and costs may be
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Liberty Cove Rec Center for more details,
542-3491.

Bowling Tournament
Tonight at 7 p.m.
NAS Freedom Lanes
Prizes Awarded!

Comedy Zone Trip
August 8
SFREE appetizers and admission


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

Tomorrow, ,7 p.m. The Benchwarmers
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August 12, 5 p.m. Scary Movie 4 (PG-13)
August 12, 7 p.m. Take The Lead (PG-
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Reef & Beef
Tomorrow
$17 per person
Gourmet all you can eat seafood and beef
buffet
Reservations recommended


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ties call 778-9772

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Real Estate
For Sale
230-292 Georgia Counties
294Fernandina/
Amelia Island
296 Georgia Miscellaneous
300 Avondale/Ortega
302 Riverside
305 Southside
306 Intracoastal West
307 San Marco
310 Mandarin
315 Arlington
320 Westside
322Argyle
325 North Jacksonville
326 Springfield
327 Downtown
330 Beaches
332 Middleburg
334 Keystone Heights/
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Clay County
338 Baker County
339 Putnam County
340 St. John's County
342 St. Augustine
344 St. Augustine Beach
345 Nassau County
350 Waterfront
355 Condominiums
360 Out of Area/Town/
State
365 Manufactured Homes
370 Lots for Sale
375 Farms/Acreage
380 Investment Property
382 Retirement Comm.
For Sale
385 Miscellaneous
390 Real Estate Wanted

230 Georgia Real
230 Estate

Mtn Cabin Helen, GA -
Turn Key Average
monthly Income $5000
+ For info 770-530-8248
or go to www.oldpil
grimhouse.com (Yonah
reeze) $289.000


230 Georgia Real
SEstate

KINGSLAND, GA
Built in 1997, 3/2
1400sf. PCS
912-576-7682
WASHINGTON CO., GA
-70.48 Ac. 5/3.5 exec
hm, 11+/- ac lake, 4000
ft 7 board fence, barn,
crk, Pecan orchard.
678-313-5090
478-552-6677 Taylor
Group Realtors
www.landofgeorgia.com

JCamden Co.,
246 GA
Kingsland, 3br/2ba
home 2056sf, gar, den,
new appi, fence. FSBO
$159,900 912.729.4540

26 Jeff Davis Co.,
268 GA

Hazlehurst Ga. 2 acres
w/2000sf brick home
and attached 20'x20'
garage/workshop fish
pond, fruit trees, barn
with shed $139,500. Call
912-379-0044 for appt.

282 Telfair Co.,
282 GA

LAND FOR SALE
482 Acres Telfair Co. Ga.
18 year old pines
$2,599.00/ac
Call 912 -389 -7174

294 AFernandina/
294 Amelia Island

Custom Brick home
4/3 bdrm, 2ba, 2160sf,
tL open slit floorplan,
S tile/berber flooring,
2 car gar, FL rm, shed,
fenced 904,491.7996.
$399,900
Fernandina Bch Condo
3/2 1700 sf, 2nd fir,
garage, pool,
$550,000(904 259-8989
e904)591-9130
SFSBO 3/2 +office
2134sf, Meadowfield
Subdivision. Many
upgrades, great
investment, priced for
quick sale, must seel
K 904.548-0039

298 Open House
SOUTHSIDE LOCATION
3441 Victoria Park Rd
ur,. 1-I4 Spa.:.,:.'.-
Jc.r 20 a 2 c r ,.r.,
GeUaxHomes-com or
(904-813-3344)

300 Alondale,
SOrtega

Beautifully renov 3/2 w/
oar apt, 2500sf. Irg
deck. 1423 Ingleside
Ave $389K 904.333-2598


Historic Avondale

RIVIERA PARKWAY

APARTMENTS
Hurry Hurry Hurry
Call Now!

389-3179
8:30-5:30 M-F


305 Southside

100% FINANCING
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904 233. 4231
BEAUTIFUL Contempo
rary home 3/2.5, 2214sf,
shown by appt only.
$399,900. Call 2231042
Beautiful in Bartram
Springs 2378sf 4/2.
Front view lake backs
to preserve. Big scrnd
prch. Intercom sys.,
Leaving w/d & fridge.
Sep. irrg, meter & lots
more. Asking $345K.
904-219-8634
Compl. remod 4/2 5
approx 2200sf, move in
ready in San Jose. $339K.
Agnt/Owner 733-2030
FSBO 5/4/2cg, 2850sf,
Preserve, premium lot,
I "A" schools,
Open House Sat-Sun,
1-6pm. Will coop. $420,950.
904 464-0026
GATE PKWY & 9A, 4/2
$375k. James Island
Subdivision Gated
comm 24hr sec 386 0698
4 REEDY BRANCH 5/4/2
$420,950. UPGRADES,
S PRESERVE, OPEN
FLRPLAN, TWIN LAKES
SCHOOLS, OPEN HOUSE,
SAT SUN 1'6PM
CALL 904-735-3835
Updated 3/1.5 in desir-
able Southside for
lease or RENT TO OWN.
appx 1100sf 904.553.7190

306 Intracoastal
FSBO -Kernan Lakes 4/2
beautiful lakefront il
coop, upgrades, $289 9
904-998-0618
FSBO Like new 5br/3.5oa
3400sf. sunrm Hawkin5
Cove. Must sell. $36uK
Call 904. 553.3886
12570 Verlander Ct
SUPERBLY MAINTAINED 1848
sf home on cul- de sac, Irg
Deck & Playground Equip &
lots of extras. $239,900 call
Mary Ann of Magnolia
Properties 463-0754.
VILLAGES OF PABLO
2929 Rockford Falls Dr N
3/2, Irg preserve lot on
cul-de-sac, upgrades
throughout, reduced to
$275K. Will co-op. Call
or e-mail 904-705-1911
tiffany.watts@yahoo.com

307 san Marco
Lakewood renovated 4 2
Diw .-. r.oot~ Dium
rcer C.r 9-04 '465 121-5

310 Mandarin

100% FINANCING
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904.233.4231
FSBO -2/2.5, Sugarmill
TH #1032, remodkit/ba,
$133k obo. 292-3852 for
appointment.


Your looking for a new home, one that
really meets your family's needs.
That's where I can help. From
your initial consultation to your Prudential
final walk-through, I will be
there to guide you every step of NeimrkB ei.ly
the way.
Call today to begin your search for a new home!
Gigi Gonzales, REALTOR"
Navy Daughter & 15-yr Navy Spouse
SCell (904) 742-1884
d e Bus (904) 269-1716
Independently Owned & Operated


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310 Mandarin
JCP 2/2.5 Beautiful 2 yr
old TH St Johns Co. A+
schis. Owner/Realtor
$163,900 904 704.4860
MALLARD COVE 3/2 +ofc
lake front lot on pre
serve, w/deck &patlo,
$265K Call 904. 262.2772

315 Arlington
Alderman Pk, Brick 3/2,
8114 Parkridge Cir. So.
I1 priv bkyd. $249,900
904 721- 0937/703-2836
ALL BRICK 4/2.5/2, ingrnd
pool, Irg lot, new roof,
ext paint, 2 story. Must
see! $289,500 707.9574
E. ARL- MLS# 307600
S 4/2,2094sf, gated
kll comm., remod kit.
MBR bath, tile, hrd-
woodSS appil., $314,900
PCS orders, 997-6161/


320 Westside

WESTSIDE HOME
at 1621 Spring Branch
Drive West
A lovely 4/2 Home on a
beautiful large corner
lot in Spring Branch
Community. Built In
2000, 1889 sq. ft fea-
tured brick front with
Hardie Siding. 2 car
garage (Vaulted Cell-
ing in formal LR/office
w/glass French Doors,
Formal DR large FR &
gallery kitchen) Large
breakfast area LG
Master BR w/ba and
two walk. In closets
Indry rm privacy
fence 8' x 12' storage
shed w/9'x20' drwy,
room for a 22' boat or
RV 15'x25' pavers in
a shaded area 16' x
22' patio Ig Indscp
yard, 10 year termite
bond alarm system


325 North
325 Jacksonville

HOUSES FOR SALE
Bad credit OK, No money
down. 1st payment due
October 1st.
Call Mike 779-6900
Northslde 3/2, $95K obo.
961 Ardmore St.
corner lot 904-304-8744
www.homepez.com/206
RTO -$20k eq or inves
tor. 5/2.5, $30k eq
252-8408 or 472-3251

SELL $119K APPRSD
$165K Highlands 3/1
waterfront 1/2 ac. 2 car
gar needs work, bad
credit ok. 904.464-0002

330 Beaches
Atlantic Bch 3/1 new
roof, plumb'g, elec, &
cpt. 1150 Sebago Ave
$185,900 904-465-2955
ATL BCH 4br/1.5ba brick
on 1/2 acre. Slight
fire/smoke damg. Grt
buy $180K 904- 626- 0663
Best Deal At Jax Beach
fully furn'd 3/2.5 new
AC 1617 Westwind Dr.
$308K 904-669-9230
Dutton Isl Preserve 3/2
new roof, red oak firs
very clean $210K, call
904-222-1873 241-8229
Dutton Isl Preserve 4/2.5
Brand New Keywest
Style home 2400sf, $425K
904-222.1873 241.8229
FSBO Neptune Beach, 2/2
w/1/1 Apt. 1800sg/ft,
beautiful crnr lot, $328K
Aopt Call 904.509.0338



Luxury 3 2.5 condo ,
1868sti,30K uunar
Duigier s price $10K
towards closing
$493,900. 904-910-8084




PVB/Sawmill Lakes 4/4,
3565sf, new wd firs, 450sf
bonus rm, oversized htd
pool, on lake, A+ Schis,
$675K. 904.373.0725
SELVA MARINA 2400sf,
3/2 Fully updated Reaf
tors welcomed Owner
fin avail $759K For sale
or lease. 904.338.6690 /
891-7550 Open Hs Sun 2-4

332 Middleburg
FREE LIST! CALL NOWI
BUY OWNER has
1000's of properties with
No Commission.
800-771-7777
www.BuyOwner.com
Lease Purchase 3/2,2
car gar. On 1.6acres.
S Call for more info.
779.1918

*335 Orange Park/
Clay

ABSOLUTELY FAB. 4/2 In
Pace Island & Sellers are
EXTREMELY MOTIVATED
Open 1-5, 7/30. 710.9940
BRAND NEW 5/4, Oakleaf,
The Oaks, $410K. Quick
sale, granite, Fpl, sec. +
Openhse 954 868-1214
Brand New Hse 3br/2ba
OakLeaf Plant. $218K
Lease to purchase opt.
Owner Fin. 407. 948.5408
Eagle Harb. FSBO on
lagoon, Quiet culdesac
3br/2ba, every upgrade,
REDUCED 295,900
Call 904. 635.9169
EAGLE HARBOR 4/3, Irg
open kit., fncd bkyd,
culdesac, amenities.
$299K. 964-269.7111
FSBO Orange Park Area
4/2.5 Like new, Bit 2001,
$249,900. Call
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335 Orange Park/
Clay

A FSBO- 4/2
Brick House with Pool.
YL. orange Park 1900sf, on
cul de sac, $236K. Call
215-2310 for appt. PCS
Green Cove Springs 2/1,
gar on 2 lots 147x140.7,
Asking $154,499 OBO
904284 7452/540-4503
MAGNOLIA PT GCC 3 Lots
on golf course from
$127,900. & new const.
4/3 on ravine lot $419K,
Own/agt. 904 343.7612

( Prudential
Network Realty eirar
Exemel Full Servi.
Independently Owned & Operated
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Spacious 4BR/2BA/2car
brick home on cul-de-sac
in resort community.
Upgrades galore,
fully fenced backyard.
A Must See!
Priced to sell $274,900
Gigi Gonzales 742-1884
www.pruodentialnetwrkrealty
.com/agent.aspx?id=19791

ORANGE PARK CC almost
r,-.% 4 "1: .r, q:.l- I course.
Call .29563220
Pace Island. By Owner.
.Aer.[S J 2 .iier
e.*.' un Q ue r pin
Read, 8 01 2237 91'6
PRICE REDUCED, seller
motivated. Oakleaf Plant
1196 Bedrock Dr. 2377sf,
open fir plan 4 or 5br,
3bath, new construction
(full stucco) A must see!
904-619-8357

338 Baker County
10 AC LOTS in Gated
comm. horse trail, one
of a kind community,
rural atmosphere, close
to Jax prices vary by
lot. Thomas R. Rhoden
REalty. Lic. Real Estate
Broker office (904)
259-6431 Brandi Volz
219-6758 William Sur
rency 251-5288
BRING THE HORSES: 3br/
2.5ba, Ig kit, LR, DR, FP
2 car gar, on beautiful
1.65 enced acres
$269,000 Thomas R.
Rhoden Realty. Lic. Real
Estate Broker office
(904) 259-6431 Brandi
Volz 219-6758 William
Surrency 251-5288
RANCH : 43.44 acres,
barn, stocked fish
ond, fenced pasture,
DWMH 4br/2.Sba,
screen patio,
in-ground swimming
pool, $685,500 Thomas
R. Rhoden Realty. Lic.
Real Estate Broker
office (904) 259-6431
Brandi Volz 219-6758
William Surrency
251-5288
Luxury Amenities Await
Your Gorgeous 4/2,2957
sf (2397 heat & air),
custom brick home in
Copper Creek subdivi-
sion. 4ft tall Pecaso
chandelier with
Swarovski crystals.
Romanesque master
bathroom has floor to
ceiling travertine
marble with columned
roman tub, crystal
chandelier, custom
painted mural, cherry
cabinets, double oven.
Travertine marble
throughout. Custom
hand cut marble floor
medallions, lush land-
scaping, irrigation sys-
tem, security system
central vac, surround
sound, Intercom, water
softener. No
homeowner's associa-
tion. Too many extras
to list. See pics at:
Macclenny4sale.com.
By owner, $397,000 obo
(904)334- 2741 or
334-2740


338 Baker County
CUSTOM BRAND NEW
HOME -3/2 brick, Ig
mastr br & ba. Upgrd.
kit, Ig LR w/fpl, many
extras!! $270,000
Thomas R. Rhoden
Realty. Lic. Real Estate
Broker office (904)
259-6431 Brandi Volz
219-6758 William Sur
rency 251-5288
ST. MARYS RIVER:
3BR/2BA, 2 story hm, on
1.65 acres on the Big St.
Mary's River, $299,500.
Thomas R. Rhoden
Realty. Lic. Real Estate
Broker office (904)
259-6431 Brandi Volz
219-6758 William Sur-
rency 251-5288
340 St. Johns
3 County


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350 Waterfront
LOT W/DOCK PERMIT.
Trout Rvr Landing $135K.
70x130. Robin @C
904-924-0033/759-4180
North Jax, two I acre lots
in Eagle Bend Island on
Gorham St. On endland
creek, cleared w/cul-
verts. Ready to build.
$129k, $139k 838-4847
QUEENS HARBOR ICW
ESTATE LOT -Spec-
tacular views, $990k,
VIP Reality 962-6190
St. Johns River Lots
200'x550' $475K. 2 other
riverfront lots $299Kto
$375K 319.621-5045

355 Condominiums
AIA ESTATE SALE FSBO
PVB New 2/2/+, lake-
view, resort pool, $14K
below market, $217K.
Open Sun. 904-284.5251


349,900. Gourmet kitch,
Ir tile, $15,000down AVONDALE RIVERFRONT
tI200mo. flex pay, crdt 2-3br/2ba, 2400SF, cov
probls.ok. 904.860-5564 ered parking. Awe
some view. 612-6120
JCP WATERFRONT 2/2.5,
Reduced price 1429sf, FERNANDINA BEACH
Call Hans Smit AMELIA ISLAND, 2/2
Uneta inc. 904 860.2901 beach access, pool, tennis
SALE FELL THROUGH IN ,, r..,0 .;";I ',:,:,
JCP. 3/2/2. 2050sf. m30k CALL PEGGY HARDCASTLE.
below appr. *up to an oner.904.491-IA
aodiL. K to buyer oner904491.8663.
836 Buckeye Ln .
$294.900 or $289.900 I
904-291-8311
SOUTH HAMPTON ,UMA "
Beauliul 3or/2oa, year
old, 1818sf, $284,900. OVERLOOK 3/2, 1st Fir,
Call 904.230-7255 all appis, many upgrds.
woods view, very quiet,

342 St. Augustine
PALENCIA
ROYAL ST. AUGUSTINE St. Augustine
2/2, condo golf course (Ready this Fall)
$975m. No pets, avail Third floor, elevator, 3
8/1, 904599.0500 bedroom, two full
bath, 2 car garage,
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE stainless steel appli-
Sensational 4br/4ba golf ances, granite
villa surrounded by counter top living
water w/panoramic a/c area 1752sf,
views $449K 904-347-1175 screened lanai 177sf,
__________ ~total 1929sf over
looking wooded pre-
345 Nassau serve. $344,990. Gated
j County golf course commu-
nity Please call
COUNTRY ESTATE lOac. 9 -599 9660
2 story home 2900sf
extra Ig gar. Reduce WILLOW LAKES CONDO
$399K. 904-993-5787 Lrci Dr,... 2 5 TH
FSBOMotivated4br/2ba, noc I12,t9on -30- ,i
MHN AC near Old Nas- ----'
sau Ville Rd. Bring all
offers PH 904 753 4679 Oul of. reai'
YULEE. FL 360 Town/State
PAGE HILL 3/2
4,1 dr, Ir, rg. kit, caulted, GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
ceiling 2car garage, picture perfect 2+acre
MBw/gardentub, sep/ home site w/2 wide
showers,nicelawn, Irg. lot crks and a short walk
screened patio. $194I thru massive hemlocks
94.225.2430 to beautiful Lake George
S185K Call owner/Bkr
for pics. 800-521-6788 or
350 Waterfront see lot #310 at
gatewaymountain.com
100' x 1400' lot on ICW. POMONA PARK
$549,900. 287-0921 MODULAR -FSBO $129k.
Picture & info at Call 386-649-0639
PrimeWaterfront.com for details
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AT THE BEACH 55+ park Manufactured
2/2 mf-home w/land. 3 Homes
Flagler Beach. $159K.
386-439-3426
BOATER'S DREAM 3/3, frdge DW stove,
3500sf, lift, 50' floating storage shed, porch.
dock. For pict's emal New roof $20K 3181050
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$899,900. (2.5% Co-op)
904-642-155 New, & Used, Dbi & Sngl.
GATED RIVERFRONT 2, 3, & 4 bd rms. Fin.
COMMUNITY Avail. Call 246-7684
Lots from $142K
Riverfront $409K BAD, TOUGH, UGLY
Call 904.992.9888 CREDIT?
www.riveredgefl.com U-Pick a home. We do
GEORGETOWN, FL the loan. 771-9055
580' on St. Johns River + Ask for Emma.
private canal with 36
covered boat slips and s E:7,il; ilmIi :m
11 deep water slips for W/large front porch.
boats to 50'. Lots of Cal 249-9546 fin. Avail.
parking, 2 wells, 3
mobile home. Beauti- LETYOURJOBBE
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Income roducng YOURUCREDIT!
marina. $1.7M WEL EZ Fn.$500 moves you
BELOW MARKET VALUE. In. Call Emma 771-9055
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MOBILE HOME AND LAND
Stove. rIefrig, washer,
dryer, CH&A, awning,
fenced yard deck shed.
$38,000. Call 730 8606


3/2, $630 per month.
Call 246-7684
REPO -3/2, 14x70 6yrs
old, in Southside pk,
take over pmts,
$267.37mo. 726-0817
SELLING YOUR MOBILE
HOME? TOP CASH!!
Old or New or Assume
Loan. Call 730.8606

With no credit needed
and low down pmt.
owner financing call
Sandy @ 695-2255
., WESTSIDE 14x66,
1 2BR/2BA, new
screenedd porch,
carpet, utility shed,
many extras. $12,000
695-2094

370 Lots for Sale
Beautiful 5.75 ac lot
Melrose Florida. Cue
Lakes Subdivision LoLt.
SIS.000 obo. Call
Raul. 904-910-9303
QUEENS HARBOR ICW
ESTATE LOT -Spec-
tacular views, 990k.
VIP Reality 962-6190

375 Farms/
7 Acreage

2,800 ACRES IN
WAKULLA CO, FL.
App. 22 miles south of
Tal ahassee w/ Hwy. 98
frontage. App. 8 miles
to St. Marks Marina.
Excellent investment &
recreational property
w/ over 1,700 acres of
merchantable pine
plantation. $2,750/ac.
Call 770-444-3511 or
404-825-3635.
FLORAHOME 2 to 4.4ac.
90min. to OP, Low Taxes,
Wooded, Secluded,
20.25K/AC. 386 659-2905
MACON CO., GA 170AC.
21yr P.P. I lyr P.P.
Beaver Pond, Great road
frontage., 2500Oac Into
478 951 8077/715.0029
N.C. MOUNTAINS!!
LOG CABIN $109,900
E 7- t. Fin.l n 2 ctOr,
Home. Paved Access.
Won't Last! Financing
828-256-1004
So. GEORGE, Telfair Co.
.114 acres, open land
wood land, house, creek.
www.routhrealtors.com
Call 229-868-0158
SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken County -549 acres
located 2 miles off 1-20.
Over 3 miles of road
frontage. Call
478-361-5202
Starke FL. 5 country acres
2 new driveways ready
for your site built home
or new mobile home .
Bring horses, $115,800
or 2.5 ac for-$57,900
904-964-6708 Iv msg.
TIMBER CREEK
COUNTRY ESTATES,
Thomas County, Ga.
20-30 acre tacts, homesites,
pondsites, 15-20 year old
planted pines, paved road
frontage, deed Restricted,
15 min. north of Thomasville,
Ga. Call Rocky Ford, LLC,
229-226-1719, for Info pack
380 Investment
Properties

Atlantic Beach Handyman
Special Cheap/Cash
Wont Last. $180K Sell,
$240K ARV 904-233-1505





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,, PCS House for Sale!
Totally renovated, 4/2/2 NEW! 2700+sf
Snew A/C, floor, cell- covered prch, Ig fncd bckyd,
ing fans, paint, $145K. on cul. de.sac, 421n. cab,
3/1.1400sf, 294-6376 all upgraded black appli.,
$45k blw bldr price $229,900
320 Westside Owner/Agen 561-301-9745
4, 2004,4/2. Lakeview, 322 Argyle
fireplace, luxury
Q -1master bdrm, upgrd
shower, garden tub, RENT TO OWN 3/2 Town
minuted NAS JAX, clubhse, hm w/loft & garage, no
pools, fin. avail, reduced for bank qualifing,$176,000
sale $215,900. 904-772-7795 Call Angle 813.731-9466
589.000 2 I 2 car gar. SALEFELL THROUGH IN
c,ik z irrom s.,:hil Lease WATERMILL 3,.-2/2, 1500sf
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SS appi, quiet n'hood 325 Jacksonville
7012 Cherbourg Ave N. _ __ _
$149,900. 9042338851
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3/2, 2c9g big yd, fncd, very nice area, some
very nice! $179,900. cosmetic repairs
Owner JB, 904-553-1063 $94,500. remodeled, or
NEWLYR EV 3B/BA Mmake offer as is". 24 hr.
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6226 Alexon Dr. 32210; 1-800-796-3638 Box 121
great n'hood, $132,000.
Call 904-228-0102
FSBO San Mateo 3/1.5
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3/2, Won't last, owner new carpet& tile to be
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400 Apartments
Furnished

*ARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS *
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
Historical 5 Points Corp
1BR Apt renovated kl
amenities. WD utils
$1375mo. 904-'382-3590

Alrtlc Apartments
405 Unfurnished

AVONDALE Historic di:
trict. Brick duplex 2/1
hdwd firs, ch&a w/i
$900 mo. 904-994-7740
iNTRACOASTAL/S'SIDE
Great Apts. 1,2 & 3 BR's
$99.00 Special
904-992-9515
Marietta 1/1 $495 & $39S
ch&a/w&d hu/caroet
expwy access/eqpt kltct
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
NORTHSIDE -nr 26th/
Main, 2br bath, clean
fresh pnt, $425mo. $404
dep. 744-1570
NORTHSIDE-1, 2,3 br
apts avail, based on
income. Call 764-0561
or 765-0086 EHO
NORTHSIDE- 2br apts
available, based on
income. Call 354-0733
or354-7310 EHO

Need a Place NORTHSIDE
To Han $550 -$760
orHat? 1, 2 & 3 BR's
Your Ha? Available
904-757. 0240
S Ashley Park
SApartments
N'SIDE 2/1 TH ch/a
fridge & range $550m-i
sec dep. Water Incld
38th/Main 568-1228

RIVERSIDE
Near 5 points, 1/1 ch&a,
No pets $595. 380-4441
SAN MARCO -HISTORIC
Unique restored lofts.
Close to Sq fr$1100
www.theloftssanmarco.com
1450 Flagler 396-9601
SAN MARCO
I &2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQUIRED $S95 778-2897
W'SIDE NORMANDY- 1 or 2
bdrm $575mo or share
rent. Must be drug free
783-1386 or 781-5645

410 Condominiums
4, ARL- New 2/2 Merrill
SPines Condo, 1118sf
S2nd fir, with w/d avail
nowl $1250mo.
696-7968
SARL- New 2/2 Merrill
SPines Condo, 1118sf,
S 2nd, floor unit with
washer/dryer
available AUG. RENT
$1250.696-7963
Intercoastal/Hodges UNF
lux, 2/2, pool, fit ctr,
gated, allappis, W/C
110m+utils. 472- 0062
INTRACOASTAL W/Near
FCCJ. Newly remod 2/1,
w/d. pool, fitness, club
hse $1050m. 728-0393
JAX BCH Oceanfront lux
5th fir, 3/2, 58' balcony,
totally remod asking
$2700m. 248-875-3453
MANDARIN 2/2 gtd, 3 yr
old, alarm, poo, gar, all
major a pp. $900m
307-v5587 Avail Now
NATURES HIDEAWAY
-New 2/2, $139.900, $5k
min down. Rent or RTO,
$900mo. 276-6446
Oakleaf Plant, The Pre-
serves Brand New 2/2
all appis + w/d, $950m
291-3242; 449-0664
A Orange Park/Argyle
NEW 3/2.5,2 car gar,
t I 1449sf, pets ok,
avail now PCS.
$900.504-4277
PONTE VEDRA BCH 2 / 2
gated comm. newly
renov All new applls,
star amenities Great
loc. 1904- 94-1798
PVB 3/2 w/gar. All new.
Beach access. $1500m+
dep. 285-6283/626-6283
wwwj.oyproperties.org
PVB/Gated comm, 1/1,
2stry unit, fpl, newly
renov. great amenities,
$950m Judi 904-273-3999
SOUTHSIDE 2/2.5 gated
comm, lake view, WD,
scrnd patio $1150mo,
755-6818 or 223-r6604
S'SIDE Wolf Creek off
Beach Blvd. brand new
2/2, $1050/mo. Call
Roxanne 904.4085500
415 ,Houses
415 Furnished

Org Park Gorgeous 3/3
fully furn'd. Golf crse,
pool lake view, util incl
$1800m. 909-684-8184
420 Houses
Unfurnished
S13959 SUMMER
BREEZE DR.
S Beautiful new4/2,
home for rent. 20
miles from both bases
CALL NEIL 904-504.0477
4 3039 Rosselle Street.
S3/2. $799. w/d rm, new
W carpet, new ac, new
palnt, $799 deposit,
automatic deduction
available. 314-3811
S4/2- Fireplace,
Inground pool, Irg.
yard, f.r, /r, 2 car
garage avail 8/1/06.
$160m. Call 220-7073 or
234-7653 PCS move.
$500 Down U OWN
AllAreas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388.1208
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
Argyle 4/2, off Argyle
Forest Blvd. 8552 Ban-
dera CIr. W. newly
remod $1150. 687.4962
4, ARL- 3/2, Inground
- pool, backyard, car-

$1100mo +dep. Near JUl
NS Mayport. 234 3652
ARLINGTON 3/2 $895
ch&a, eqpt iltch/fmly
rm/fence storage/
large back yard/brick
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
ARLINGTON/ SOUTHSIDE
new construction 3/2,
1200SF, $1000mo. Poss.
RTO. Call 904- 866- 3213
ATLANTIC BCH Mayport
4br/2ba, 2 car gar,
good n'hood, $1200mo
BEA 904.247.4959
4 Atlantic/St. John's
Sl T uff 3/2 Large fenced
Bayard/Patio Pets?
Washer/dryer, large
carport. $1100mo.
Call 424 3008
4, Atlantic Beach 2/2
S | Berber carpet, fire-
L/place, vaulted ceilings,
gar., w/d hookup,
fenced yard, no pets.
$7nomo. 221-5652 PCShng.
L ATLANTIC/GIRVIN
Newly remodeled
J lakefront 3/2,
1475sf 2cargar.
well & sprinkler sys,
fenced, backyard,
6 miles to NS Mayport.
$1175m0. 894 5515
Avondale area: 3br/lba
bungalow, wd firs. 1 car
gar, 4615 Sunderland
Rd. $995mo. 388-7324
BARTRAM SPRINGS


-never lived In 4/2.5,
avail Sept. Call now.
916-420-2986
BARTRAM SPRINGS 4/3
w/ amenities, 2400s1
Lease or lease opt.
$1500m 407-435-3527
Brand new construction
3722 Mente St. 3/2,
1250sf, new apple, warr.
$1300m RTO 563- 0248
FLEMING ISLAND
4br/3.5ba, bonus 2800SF
Avail now. Owner agent
904-375- 6000
FLEMING ISL/CLAY CO.
Golf home 3/2 $1400.
Pond view 3/2, $1200.
Call 904-284-5461 477-1722
Fleming Island new ill
brick 4/2 formal DR, 2 c
gar, w/dhkup, no pets,
$1700mo. 904-233-6571
Fleming Island New
Home 3/2+den, 2 car
gar. $1350m 477-6311
Flem Isl/Orange PK brand
new 3/3+gar pond view
2671 Tuscany Glen off
College $1200- $1400m
RTO Option. 626-4200
Ft Caroline/Cobblestone
3/2 $1195/screend pch 2
car gar/FP/lyr reno
VANSANDT RE 385


420 lHouseqa
SUnfurnisied
INTERCOASTAL an
Forth 2000SF 3br/ba,
pool FL rm 2 car ar,
$1775/mo. 964 294-~33
JCP -4/2, like new, Geat
S Schools, pets okay.
* $1450mo. 904-280-7400
Jullngton Crk 3/2.5 TH,
LR, DR nice Io eat-n-kit,
wtr view gated 1cgar,
pool $1200m. 27.9235
Jullngton Crk TH 3/2.5 In
Southern Crk 1 car oar,
LR, DR, $1250. + 1 month
dep. Lewis 904-616-7910
Kensington/South-
Sside- 2087sf, 4/2/2.
SCooled 12x30 FL room,
summer kit., 10x12
shed, tile, & wood firs, no
dogs, $1400/mo. 1 meo sec.
dep., 1 meo advance
Call Kurt. 307- 8023 or Helen
699-5102
MANDARIN -3/2 Fla rm,
gar, tile firs, fncd yd,
fpIc, euldesac, great
schis.$1250m 71 -4141
Mandarin New Bartrum
Springs 4/3/2 wtrfrnt
24 6sf$1750m 866-1939,
710- 5864 or 673- 4005
MANDARIN Sugar Mill
3/2 1530sf. fp,fenc yd,
comm poof pet ok $1050
+$750 sec dep 859-5813
M'burg /Clay Hill Area,
newly remod. 2/1new
app/i's, $600mo+
$Odep. 904-219-7511
Murray Hill 2/1 Newly
Remod 4814 Headley
Ter. off Cassett $750mo.
904-687-4962
NEPT. BCH-1.5 blocks to
bch newly renov. 3/2,
den, bckprch, WD, 1600sf
2cgar, $1800im. 349.4426
N. Jax Best Loc, brand
new 4/2,2000+sf, great
view on lake/nat, presv.
10153 Lancashire Dr.
$1250m. 916,416 3551
N'Jax- NEW 3/2.5 TwnHm
Many Extrasl off Pulaski Rd.,
Call 904-230-3017
$1195mo. 352.867,3981
NORTHSIDE -2/1, very
nice., $550mo $350 dep.
1456 W. 18th St.
307-3138
NORTHSIDE Lrg 3/2,
1650sf, A/C, W/D hu,
stove, fridge 3906 Bev-
erly Ave $850m 219-5474
4 N'SIDE- 5/3.5. 3000sf,
/ 3car gar, $160mo plus
uetli. Cal 200-5107/
757-0487 PCS orders
N'slde NEW TWNHSE,
2/2.5, w/d, 1 gar, grt for
R/mate. .87 to FCCJ
$1075m. 904- 705- 6762
Oakleaf Plant. New &
Ready. Lease-to-buy.
1800sf-3000sf $1500-
$2000m 516-660-2709
OP Brick 4br/2ba w/pool
& FL rm, new carpet
2150sf, 2 car garage,
Kevin Dr. $1400 pets ok.
Call 904-213-0032
OP/EAGLE HARBOR
3/2, comm active, lawn
svc inc. N'bor Schls
$1275m. 282-8301
OP/FLEMING ISL. Rent to
own, 2363 Cook Pine Ln,
New 3/2. 2cg, $1650m.
954. 295-3147/914-8924
OP/Jax boarder beauti-
ful 3/2 w/pool on cul-
de-sac, exterior newly
painted, great schools
1400mo. 904-881-9020
& ORTEGA HILLS SD
S 4832 OAKSIDE 3/1.5.
Jt small home. fenced
yrd, no pets, quiet
area. central h/a. 6 or 12
mo lease $775. 777-5690
.. Ortega Manor 3/2
N CH&A, wd hkup K/eqA
I| garage 5 min to NAS
JAX, no pets. $995 plus
dep. 904-571.8126
PVB Fairfield 3/2/2 car
gar, gated, deck on lake
all amenities $1950.
904-284-3442, 716-7449
RIVERSIDE 3/1 $695
ch&a, fmly re/garden
shed eqpt kit/must
see/1169sf
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
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 Cony. 95 &
dwntwn 4/2 new car
pet, tile $1195mo+ sec.
904-287-2727, 982-2106
SS gorgeous 3/2/2 new
hrdwd firs, fncd bck yd.
$1395m no pets, Avail
Now 904-962-7798
S'SIDE 3/2 w/attach ofc,
w/d hkp, freshly updtd,
Next FCCJ, $975m. inc
Iwn svc, 374- 60051v msg
ST. AUG/Florentinee 3/2,
1600sf, brand new
home ready to move in.
$1200m. 904-333-8880
ST JOHNS CO South
Hampton 4/2 new pnt,
cpt, culdesac $1495m +
sec dep 904-537-0023
ST. JOHN'S CO. New, 4/2,
fen'd yd cul de sac all
apple's, walk to pool &
playgrnd $1295. 962-7710
ST. JOHN'S CO, CR210
Stonehurst, 4/2/2, close
to 1-95, shopping, comm
pool $1350. 699-6968
Westside 4/2,
4508 Tango Ln.
Newly Remodeled
$9SOmo. 904-687-4962
Westside 3/1 6994
Miss Muffit Ln S. newly
remodeled $850Omo.
904-687-4962
Westslde, Morris Oaks
New hm 3/2, 2 car gar
$1090m 305-978-6911
urruchl@gmail.com
4, WestSide
S 14x66.2/2, new
screened porch,
carpet, vinyl, utility
shed, many extras, 10 mins
from NAS. $1200mo.
695- 2094
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897
Westslde new 4br/2ba, 2
car garage, Irg yard
$1295mo. 7025 VIda Ln
Call 904-333.4928
WESTSIDE 2/1 CH&A,
screened porch
$700mo + $700 dep.
credit chk 904- 772- 0085
WESTSIDE Brand new
4/3,2cg, 2400+sf Open fir
plan, grt view on lake.
10608 Rusty Pines Dr.
$1350mo. 916-416-3551
W Intra Coastal Hodges
Blvd b/t Atlantic &
Beach. 3/2, 1600sf, fncd
yd. $1350m 904- 248-1210
W'SIDE/Mellssa Est. 2/2
TH, fncd bkyd, $750m+
1st/last/sec 772- 337- 1720
or 954- 232- 8140
9- W'S Room for Rent
4 $395mo +utll, 1 mile
from NS MAYPORT.
Call 904- 372-9564


ERA
REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
$550 -$1425
In the
Following Areas:
Northside
Orange Park
Oceanway
Downtown
San Marco
Victoria Point
Arlington
Southside
Argyle
Intercoastal West
Westside
CALL 757 -3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONES.com

425 Manufactured
Homes


with only $1000 down &
own It after 6 mos only
a few left call 695-2255
Normandy & Fouracre
3/2, $595. ch&a, large lot,
must see, 4 car carport
VANSANDT RE 389- 3S40

430 Roommates


female $ 50mo. Incls
utils 403 -5795, 403- 0479


430 Roommates
Arlington Luxury gtd
Twn Hm comm. Prof
wanted. Call for details.
$550m Incis all. 509- 1061
MIDDLEBURG
Roommate Needed
I Half of large house.
Must love dogs.
Please Apply Online:
Iosullldo@iaol.com
$52 +uUIl. 904-662.6904.
NORTHSIDE -4/2, $315mo
utils Included.
757-5368
NORTHSIDE
$110 + per week
1615 W. 25th 47718692
ORANGE PARK white F to
share hm with white
30+yrs responsible. M.
Off Wells Rd., $550 Inc
satellite pkg, NS,
bkgrnd check, employ-
ment, ref's req'd. 1st-
last & sec. Call 278-5152
4 PORTSIDE COMM.
Needed, mature roeo-
1 mate, Beach Blvd,
West of the inter-
coastal available August
3rd. Call 992-7406
4 PORTSIDE COMM.
Needed, mature roo-
mate, Beach Blvd,
West of the inter-
coastal available August
3rd. Call 992-7406
SOUTHSIDE/ Beachwood
near FCCJ. $450/month.
Call 904-568-2157
S'side near San Marco
share 3br/lba $425mo
+ 1/2 utils nego, no AC
work ref's 904-403-9324
W'S- 295/103rd, Nice Furn
home, non smoker only,
$400m+1/3utll. 777-5955
WSIDE-share 3/2 no
pets, NS, $425, 1/2 utils,
refs, 704-0137
9A-Irg furn rm, new hm,
DSL, cbl, w/d no pet,
No Smkr $500 237-1834

435 Rooms
to Rent

ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrlgl
Low Dailly/Wkly Ratesl
10% Off for Wkly Roomi
KINGS INN (904)725-3343
ARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS *
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
ARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS *
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
BAYMEADOWS,
BEACHES, MANDARIN
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$lSO150week, also houses
for rent urn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904- 302-5753
FLEM ISL XL rm furn N/S,
incl bills/cable + DSL
hse & pool privileges.
$350+dep 610-9512
GIRVIN- Room for
S rent, $650/mo
tL 10 mins from base
across Wonderwood
off Girvln, Call
904-234-7653 or
904-220-7073
4, KIngsland GA
Lakes Subdv. $480 mo,
r o covers everything,
cable, Internet, In
room, call Andy 576-1096
4 ORANGE PARK
Close to NAS JAX
j $450mo. All tll inclu,
cable, washer/dryer,
etc. 904- 386-0207
4 NEAR NAS JAX. Fum.
Room for rent, $400mo,
$100 dep. Call Sandy
anytime, 908-7325
NEPTUNE BCH -priv rm,
w/ba & kit priv. $450mo.
Must like dogs. 241-4341
866-1375
4 NICE N'HOOD
off San Pablo Road,
tL rent Includes all $500,
pool & tennis courts
also. Avail 8/1. (h) 223-1843
(c) 571-5215
WESTSIDE Brand New TH
room for rent in
2br/2ba, $600/mo+ utils
Call 904-509-4858
W'Side MH lb/2ba
Sa/c, $100 dep electric,
1/2 mo. free direct tv,
phone, no pets/
$225mo. 317-6618
Beach/]
440 Vacation/
Resorts
Estate Lake Home 4/2.5,
ch&a, 7ac, 400'on lake
dock$1500wk904- 731-3837
www.vacationhomes.com #14366
OCEANFRONT
Luxury, 2bd/2ba,
all amenities. $1500/mo.
904-471-0792





Commercial
Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
505 Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space.
for Rent

Commercial!.
500 Industrial
For Sale
COMMERCIAL
WAREHOUSE/ OFFICE,
GREAT location St. jnn
s Bluff & Beach B.- a .
price to sell. onr,
265.000 last one a.a j
able. Call (904)838-?7et.
or (904)451-5627.

Commercial i
505 Industrial
For Reni
SOUTHSIDE -17,300, dock
high, 21,300sf. or
42,600sf. Grade level
with common area
dock. Please call for
details. Easton, Sand-
erson, & Co. 356-2228
Realtor
WESTSIDE NR 1-295 -IL
storage yd, 4 trlrs,
equip, etc, $1500 ac per
mo. 465-3353

515 Oflfice Space
For Rent

E. ARL / REGENCY -new
1, 2 3 rm ofc suites
Incid elec/jant, conf
rm, long term lease not
req. 1st mo free w/yr
lease. 642-8600


515 Office Space
For Rent

NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
(904) 998-9339

s l Retail
5 2 For Rent

RESTAURANT OR OTHER
Avail. Immediately.
Atlantlc/9A. 288-8500

550 Business
550 Opportunities

Beta Testers Needed for
Internet Company.
Email: Opportunities-
happen@Eyahoo.com
BP Gas & Convenient
Store on 2.5 acre in
Crawfordvllle,. FL.
$795,000. 850-933- 5338
FROZEN MARGARITA-
Karaoke rental busi
ness. 4 drink machines,
2 karaoke machines,
10x5 encld trr. $16,500.
Call 904-374-3985
PIZZERIA TAKE OUT &
DELIVERY. Est. clientele
$29,500obo. Regency
area, 904-382-5834

605 Schools

ALLIANCE HOME
INSPECTOR SCHOOL
Class Starts August 11th
(904) 880-8070
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
16 wk, medical tran-
scription state certi-
fied program. FMI:
Academy of Medical
Transcription INC
941-828-0051
www.transcriptlonschool.net
ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending
Mortgage Broker August 18th
Mortgage ProcessorJuly 28th
(904)8808070

REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Aug 7
8 Week Eve Class August 21
Superior Instruction
www.myfrel.com
(904) 269- 2555
Florida Real Estate Institute
Alliance Real
Estate Institute
Sales Eve Class Sep. 4th
Broker Eve Class Aug. 2nd
Appraiser Class Sep. 1st
(904)88&-8070
ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
Class Starts Sept 8th
(904)N88O-8070

705 Financial
MORTG BROKERS. CLAY &
DUVAL CO. Broker lic
req. Will train. Top $
Process avail Oakleaf
Mortgage 298-1200

707 Driver

Be A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Busy season 600-800 wk
Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
Taxi/Para. Transit 493- 5246
Tim Collins
Beach Taxi 249-0360
Brian

710l Industrial/
I A Trades

AC SERVICE TECH W/EXP
Must have good driv
ing record. Creer ori
enied Exc pay & ben
efits Apply 7029
Commonwealth Ave
Suite 10 or call 783-6330
A/C SHEET METAL
MECHANICS
Needed. Exp required.
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave.
M- F. EOE. DFWP
BRICK MASONS
Must have own transport
tation.resldentlal work
Clay Cty area. Call
545-3748
CABINET INSTALLATION
FT.exp'd Installer with
rets, all new constr.
Call Ray at Premier
Windows & Cabinets
904-262-2525 ext. 28
CARPENTERS


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Its


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7515 Daytime
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710 Industrial/ 712 Mechanic
GENERAL TRUCK
B MECHANIC Exp'd, Clean
MVR pref'd. DFWP Apply
at 7587 Wilson Blvd JAX,
or call 772-1313 EOE
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS. MECHANIC/
12 year Company with: TECHNICIAN
Paid health b enefits General Service. FT ben
Paid holiday, vacation efits. ASE Sign on
Paid IRA w/3% match bonus] 904-673-1406
40 hrs+ wk
Year round work
Company t-shirts 1 al
Competitive pay I 713 Legals
CalS904-237-2366
Fas n LEGAL SECRETARY for
A Fast Growingt small law firm. Salary
Automotive Dealership commensurate with
Has the Need for Experi- exp. Email to
enced Auto Techs rachel@sackslegai.com
Parts Personnel & Ser- fax 904- 355ss-855
vice Advisors. Are You ax 3
the Best? Great Ben-
efits Package. 7 M a
Send Replies to: BM 720 Meical
10662862 C/O The
Florida TImes -UnOn,
One Riverside'Ave' FRONT/BACK OFFICE
Jacksonvlle FL32202 positionsavailable.
904354.9299 Exp required.
Debbie Symoens Please fax resume to:
904-384-3613
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT
Mmin. 5rs exp. as a MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Superintendent in site w/exp. needed to work
& underground work. back office for busy
Ability to coordinate internal medicine
multiple jobs w/job practice in Orange Park.
Superintendents. Great Fax resume 904-272-6748
benefits pkg. Apply at
6507 W. Beaver St. RECEPT/INS person for
904-378-9700 busy Jacksonville Bch
Eye Clinic. Experience
GRADER OPERATORS helpful Fax resume to:
With S yrs exp. 904-246-0269
TOP PAY ____________
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
BENEFITS & 401K 7 Dental
Drug Free Work Place 7
EOE, Top pal Bnfts. 401K
Callaway Contracting FRONT DESK
at 904-751.8944 between FT Computer exp neces-
6:30a & 8:30a sary Dental knowledge

PropertyF/T expert or Ph. 241.4237 9
enced for electrical, ryP. Need4to7
carpentry, sprinkler
sys, grounds/poiol 7 A Education
work. Must be able to n7 Eutin
'use power tools & lad
ders $10 per hr+ media T R
Cal allow Call 731-3255 TEACHER -Higher
orl falles C731-322 5 Ground Child Dev. has
or fax res 731-9220. opening for VPK
MANUFACTURING Teacher and experi-
LEAVING THE SERVICE? enced toddler teacher.
10 experience required. Call 396-3398
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi- 72,5 Offiee/
tons, including forklift 725 Ofce/
operators, line opera- C Clerical
tors. We offer a real
opportunity with train- RECEPTIONIST/ AP
in, good pay and ben- CLERK -Must have
efits. We are located clerical and A/Pdata
West of Jacksonville In entry exp. Need to
a growing community know Excel, Outlook
Contact SandersonPipe and Word. FT, Mon-Fri
at 275- 2833 and ask for 8-5, Southslde loc. Fax res
H/R. to 904-731-4060 or e-mail
Painter/Blaster wkearson@foiusa.com
Industrial expdrug free. Professional
AppaIIrten prro5349s
Hwy Ave. 7819500 30 Personal
PIPE CREW For storm drain. Services
Large northern St. Johns
Co. job. Ph. 772-1313 or HAIRSTYLIST
apply at 7587 Wilson Blvd. The Navy Exchange-
EOE/DFWP \ Mayport seeks highly
motivated / experience
PLASTERERS & HAIR STYLIST with state
LABORERS WANTED license comminlea io o
rveRs A service in our miln ar
Top wages for Qualified community. FT. receive
individuals. Beneit competitive comen-
pkg avail 249-3049 sation and excelienrt
benefits. Benefits
include: med/den. le
O FE S ins, long term disabll
uood pay, Own trans- ity, long term care
ion. Call 288-0431 retirement plan, 401k
portaton.Ca280431 w/ company match
r Caid vac.. sick leave.
I SfROOMS holldiia- & much more
INSTaLrs Fax Resume at
Experience. transp & 0 -1
04-291.17725 Reslaurants/
WINDOW a3 Hotels
INSTALLATIONS
Top pay, all new con COOKS, CASHIERS,
struction. Must have DISHWASHERS- Imme
own truck, trailer & diate part time & full
tools. Call Ray at Pre time openings. Job Fair
mier Windows & Cabi Tues August 8th
nets 262-2525 X28 9am-3pm University
EOE/DFWP Center Room 1090 @
University Of North
E IA Florida 12000 Alumni
SDrive or email resume
PIIF R -foodserv2g9iunf.edu or
fax 904-620-2244
DanCerS, Waltstaff,
WRR Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 777-8683
IMMEDIATE DANCERS, -
OPENINGS BARTENDERS,
To work on Extended SERVERS, SECURITY
Submarine Refit at Call 384-0870
Kings Bay, GA. DANCERS, DOORSTAFF,
Excellent prospects for & BARTENDERS
Long-term work. CALL 757-7370
JOBS REQ. DOD DANCERS DANCERS
SECURITY No nudity no exp nec.
CEARANC Will train-AM/PM,
CLEARANCE No Mandatory Tip Outs
(Confidential or Wackos 399 111o
Secret) DANCERS *
Contact Satilla Business Bartender, Waitstaff
Services at Day/Night Available
877-536-3272 BEST SHOWBAR
117 Osborne, AT THE BEACHES!
Osborne, CROSSROADS
St. Marys, GA (904) 247-4322
DOC GREENS
staff, dish, cashiers.
Growth opportunity
Call 904-384-8116
APPLY ON-LINE AT: FRONT DESK CLERK, NIGHT
AUDITOR & MAINTE-
www.satillatemos.com NANCE- Apply in person
EOE/M/FN/H Amerlsuites 8277 West-
Sern Way Cir. BTWN 10a-3p




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735 Restaurants/
Hotels

PARADISE ISLAND
DANCERS NEEDED
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
PARADISE ISLAND
DANCERS NEEDED
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033
Waitstaff, Cook
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110

740 Retail

MANAGEMENT
Ice Lady, Retail exp a
must. Benefits & dis
count. Fax resume to
779- 1001

745 Sales

OUTSIDE SALES.
Great commission.
Must have own vehicle.
Call 10-4. 786-1727 or
fax resume to 783- 3677.

750 Technical/
S Engineering

ELECTRICAL
DESIGNER/ENGINEER
MIn. 5 yrs exp In the prep
of plans & specs for
arge commercial &
light Ind projects.
design of military
projects a + degree
reg preferred but not
req'd. Van Wagenen &
Beavers, Inc.; 2970
Hartley RdSte 200; Jax
Fl 32257 (904)268-0480
SURVEY
INSTRUMENT
PERSON
RODMAN
for construction
layoutsurvey crew.
Apply at:
FLORIDA SURVEY
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106
DFWP/EOE .


755 Miscellaneous

APT MAINTENANCE
F/T or P/T Lake City, FL.
Must be AC cert'd.
Appliance repair a plus.
Fax res. 386-758- 017 or
Ph. 386-758.8029
KENNEL ASSISTANT
Busy Southside Mira
mar Animal Hospital
4448 Hendricks Ave
Suite 1; Ph. 737-0403






MARKETING REP FT/PT
Chlck-fil-A restaurant
seeks energetic,
articulate individual
to develop new and
manage existing
marketing relationships
In the Southpolnt area.
Work entails develop-
ing-and executing
in-store and
market-area promo-
tions, street calling (no
sales), managing
school, church and
business relationships,
etc. Call owner
Mr Storm (904) 281-1000

760 Part-Time







In the following areas:

Ortega
Jax Heights
Cedar Hills &
Argyle areas

We are looking for
reliable men and
women for paper
route independent
contractors.
*Must be Bondable
*Have dependable
transportation
*And home phone.
If this interest you,
please call and
leave a message
with your name,
address and phone
number. Call
between 2:00 A.M.
and 11:00 A.M.

904-573-0044
904-359-4137

Ortega
Center
6675 Blanding Blvd.
Cariers are
independent
contractors.


765 Positions

WANTED CHILD
SCARE PROVIDER
FOR INFANT. PLEASE
CALL ERIN ,Z
904 372 9453 START AUG. 1

o801 Aduli
Silting

4 ADULT DAY CARE
Come stay to a good
Christian, home hot
meals, grew your own

830 Child

Care
4 Chlldcaro In my Home


message. 904-305-1137
& Licensed Child Care
/ Orange Park, FLorida.
<. I 2 Accredited CPR
Squalified Pro-School
Toddler. Fun leamlng,full
time & part time, care
904-278-8780


830 Child
3u 0 Care

Ucensed Baycare
SPrevider In AlIngton
Area openings for two
year olds and up.
Please call Linda 683-7199
LICENSED QUALITY
HOME CHILD CARE
S Convenntly located
across from NAS JAX.
Call Ana Brown. 573-0879.
Bilingual Spanish
4. RELIABLE
PARTTIME
l 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

835 Cleaning
SI3 Services

TOXIC PRODUCTS
Share In YOUR HOME
S I HAVE SAFER
ALTERNATIVES.
Call Pam at 912-882-7849

876 Painting/
876 Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No Job to smalf,
all guaranteed Free
Estimate. Cell 569-6242







Merchandise
-900 Antiques .
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922 Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
98gSporting goods
990 Wantedto Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques

4. ANTIQUE REPRO
7. PARLOR SET
4 Three piece sofa king,
queen chairs, excel
cond, $1000 obo 622-8391.
Carton McClendeon Edition

902 Appliances

DRYER/WASHER
BIG CAPACITY EXC WORKING
Second $200 both 396-8711
S FRIDGE. FREEZER GE
S -20.6 CU FT,
ICE MAKER, $100.
CALL 912-729-2024
FRIDGE- MAYTAG22cu.
S 1.5 yrs Freezer
I Bottom white excel
condL, ext warranty.
$500. 904-529-9630
4 KENMORE GAS DRYER
I WHITE GOOD CONDI-
STION, HEA VY DUTY
SUPER CAPACITY PLUS
7.0 CU FT. 80 SERIES$2
904-372-9113
4, Kenmore Refridgera-
tor 25ft white,
S slie-by-slde
Ice/crushed maker,
like new, $500 Ed, wk 8922
or 904-277-0S70,
water in door
4 MICROWAVE
for SALE
S Excellent Condition!
Uke Newl. $35. Call
Sheenah at 904-226-8411
SA/C 16k B71 Sears,
"fl e Quiet One"
Window unit. fits
27 7/8" to 40" wide.
Good condition,
$100. 529-7493
SWASHER-MAYTAG
Neptune wahser,
f needs $150 computer
board, otherwise, new
condition, stored In A/C.
$75. 529-7493
REFRIGERATOR
Freezer on bottom.
Amana. Icemaker, Soft
lc beige textured sur-
face, itie used, spotless,
excellent condo on.
$350. 529-7493
RANGE WHIRLPOOL
S electric $175. 2 yrs,
8ke new. Call 472-1417,
or 777-6660 anytime
for more details.
Refrigerator SEARS
S 3-.door Coppertone
1J"w/lce and water, good
condition, wife wants
new stainless, $350 firm,
262 1736 or 982 6884
4 STOVE $50
Dishwasher, glass top
desk. 25 each.
912 882 1777
WASHER DRYER $200
STOVE SLZS LIKE NEW
238 3391 221-8426
SWASHER-DRYER
Great shape can
deliver, larye capacity.
$280Call 994 01
WASHER A DRYER
4, For sale. excellent
kI condiltlon. LIKe new
$400 for both
Please call 904 22689411

9O5 Articles
For Sale

Accordlan 120 Base,
like new SSO0. VCR
\lf player, $15. Antique
S mllkcan. $45. Ford
Am. Fmo. radio $25781 6222
4, Cordless Telephone
AT&T. 5.8 GHZ,
Answering ssytem,
talking caller IJ.
power failure backup,
Couch- Reclining &
4|, lovesat. color blue,
912-576-2756 after
4:30pm, or leave message
S, Dishwasher, Range
- (almond/black) and
each. All good work-
ing condition, 781-3681
4 DUKANE GAS BBQ
GRILL Excellent cond.,
($500, new) $1501, Jazzy
motorized chair for
disabled, like new,
$900.272-1986


905 Articles
0 For Sale

C ENTERTAINMENT
SCenter, Sofa, Chair,
l.r Dining Room Table
S with 4 chairs, good
condition, asking for
$600. Call 868-3930
,6 FURNITURE
_/ wash/dry.'TV, micro-
I wbaveS rweeza.
boat raft, wo=
tool box, & more. ND. $ Due
to illness. Thank You.
904-662-6904/ hm
904-291-4102
GAS BBQ GRILL
ST NEW AUSSIE
Portable Propane
Travel Grill Never
used folds down
compact with wheels
75.904-695-1919
Gas BBQ Grill New
SAussie portable
k propane, travel
grill, never used
folds down, compact
with wheels $75.00
(904)695-1919
Generator- Coleman
S Vertex. 5500 electm c
I start, OHV commer-
Sclal engine with power
cord approx 4 days use
$5278-2699
4. Gone With The
o Wind Collector
SPlates certified in
Orig. boxes. Col-
lector mugs & other
items (904)278-6251
Harley Davidson 00'
.. I Fatboy. $13,500. Only
8100 miles, custom
color, many extras,
excellent condition, garage
kept, call 622-6702
SHot Tub three years
m 01d Iht show,
waterfal cover,
Included great shape,
green Interior, great price,
$1500. 542-6016
Lawnmower 22"4HP
-|$80, upright vacuum,
\lr$20. boys 20". bike, $10,.
Rockford (Rosgate)
Boombox speaker, $45.
781-6222
ENS CHIEF
UNIFORMS FORSALE
MOST NEW.
SCALL 338-8529
4 MICROSFIBER SOFA
S(2)END RECLINERS
$100. Treadmill Nordic
Track EXP 2000 I $150.
Great Condition. Pictures
available, mail
turckesnga tds.net
.912.76-4731

4 MOTORCYCLE
S JACKET
Extra large blue and
black, $50.270-85373
.4 GENERATOR
T COLEMAN 1750. $115
S264-6364
Over Island Pots and
S 1 ans Holder, with
v three light bar bronze
- color, $50.
Call 786-7491
PINBALL MACHINE
S Full size, electronic,
"r Asking $1400 obo
Call 904 772-7617
RESCUE HERS
S CONTROL TOWER
S PLUS 10 FIGURES, $40
BLUE TRAIN TOY
CHEST, $30.9064. 65 607
n RIMS 20 100 SPOKES
$400.22"A 100 spoke,



2 excellent condition,
$20. Goif dubs mixed









tw/cover & light, never
use.d $2600 727.46673

SPA Sundance Capri B00
series.4,800. s92-65s3

SWIMMING POOL
I NEW PUMP

$700 Call Pat 78.4188

SP Back Barstoo perls (2)on
wcpower can opelightnever





SPAknfe sharpener. $10.i New
Programmable coffee
ermaker.$8. 992781-8083

afcomputer with desk &
chair $250. 904 777- 9353
accsor& es. Needly
Sexerise, 1901bs of
Weights, 2 barbells,
Back387-2943, Eve. WeBarstools (2)lde.
As251n., $60.New






a WEIGHTS- 3501bs w/
powe Craftsmcan opeLawnmwr.
knife sharpener. $10. New











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mar$100 obo, .781-8083176






2 Room WET/DRY VACll
wh accessovarious 50attach.HP
computer witsucodesk $40.
chair $250.904- 49777-935666








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only used 4 times, cost
weights. 2 barbells,
387-2943, Eve. West21de.







A Buildingng $60

SBrick New Apprx. $90.
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928 Electronics
SSamsung 32" Color TV
4. Remote, menu selec-"
1 on, multM functions,
stored In A/C, Itle
used. Excellent condition.
$350. 529-7493

A Samsun 8
5L 7 S7OrMontor Key-
board & Speakern
$50obo. Call 904 662 00 -

4H TV- 36nm.
S Toshiba flat screen,
kL $400.382 S868

go Garage
ae 5 Sales

Arl. Sat. & Sun. 8-12N"
2176 Rio Cove Dr. furn;,
toys. power tools, elect'
wheel chair & misc. -

SICW- Multifamily gar.'
9 sle 8/5.2512 Winding
SSprings Ct. in Bent-
S water Subdv, off
Hodges Blvd, dotlinog fm,
more

NORTHSIDE -3 family
sale. 5780 Ada Johnson
Rd. Sat 8-5

OP MOVING SALE Sat 8/5;
7-12N 2995 Piedmont
Manor Dr. nice furn,
clothes, dishes, ETC.

San Marco MOVING SALE
Sat 9-3; w/d, dinning
room set, couches,
chairs & MUCH MORE!
1614 Hendricks Ave

WESTSIDE Large Garage
Sale, Fri -Sat 9-3, 4639
Sunderland Rd.

Westslde Sat 8-2. baby
ciths, jewelry, misc 6868
Kettle Creek, Plum Tree

W'side LSAA YARDSALE
08/05; 8am-lpm, 5300
Park St., clothes, toys,
books and more.

BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have-
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

9 5 Garden/
W Lawn

4 CRAFTSMAN RIDING
LAWNMOWER 20HP
42" cut double-bag-
Sgor, industrial engine,
00. Ed wk 8922 or
904-277-0570

S n Mowers
S Weedeaters
3.5 HP, 20" cut, $35
obo, 3.75HP, 22" cut,
$55 obo, Stihl or Cub Scout
weedeater, $50obo. either
one Daniel Pease.
912-729-4001

Qam Household
955 Furniture

SAnnolreHolds32"TV
S lass bookcase on
la side storage on bet-
torn, $70. Bedrm fum.
gold winged chairs,
904.645.0630

Baby Bed
S/ Bassett, Excellent
condition, $75.
S264-3486 or 742-7797

BDRM SET 6pc incl. On
matt set, new In box
$499. Can del. 391-0015

BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE
Dining room table,
k & six chairs. Including
insert & China
Cabinet, $1400 Call 249- 1666

BED $1001/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-9350

BED $1001/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904)674-0405
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic 391-0015 can del

BED $130 QN PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350

BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New. Can Deliver
(904)6740405

BED $185. A Brand Name
King Set. NEW w/warr
Can deliver. 391-0015

BED $299 Brand name Kg
pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391-0015
BED $349 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic, 7yr
warr 398-5200 can delov

BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kings from $599
(904) 674.0405

BED $395 Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed w/
matt. & box. Retail $950.
858-.9350 Can deliver

4, BED-KING
MATTRESS
k $400. Sheets adn
spreads also
available. 382-5865

Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
HUGE Tent Sale!
This Week ONLY!
Prints From $29
4 Drawer Chests Frm79
ISofas & Chair 9298j
13 Rml8Pc Condo PkrS9981
Assorted Nt Stands39
3Pc Sealy Qn Bed M199
25" Color TV's From I9 9
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4, BERKAINE BLACK
LEATHER ROCKER
RECLINER EXCELLENT
CONDmON, $250.
GOOD CONDIIlON, $40.
CALL 912-729-2090

4, CHILDS CAR SEAT
CONVERTS TO
BOOSTER SEAT
CENTURY BLUE
EXCELLENT CONDITION, $40
904-655.6507
L Couch- Unique, teak.
--/_ $400obo.step cest,
<| fold out bar all bought
--overseas, Immaculate,
condition, price neg.


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955 Household 955 household
955 Fturniture Furniture
DINETTE SET: 36" white TV- 40 In, Magnavox
"sq. round" oak trim Big Screen ProJection
edge, textured white \JL T.V. asking $150. Call
steel frame w/matte 378-1568
finish, 4swlvel/ caster
chrs w/paddod seats & TV- s65nch JVC Pro-
backs. Arms w/oak lHection PIP built In
wood trim. Slim elegant surroundud sound all the
design. $1200 value, extras, $1600 obo.
asking $400. Perfect like Call 425,9602
new cond. 561-596-2137
Dining Rm. Set Oak 60" 4 WOOD BUNK BED
tbile w/2 10LV. w/ mattresses, great
6 chairs and China condition, 3 yrs old,
cab, xcond, $400. bedding Is negotiable.
904 529 9630 Will e-mail pictures. Also
very household Items,
Dining Room, $175 curtains, vases, candle hold-
obe,. table, leaf, four ers, rocking chair, tall 6"
S chairs, china closet, foot foliage. 997.8731
2, 221.-6973 --_ ---
Dining Tbhie- Oak with 96o Machinery
removable leaf, 4 U & Tools
S matching chairs,
m medium oak color,
$150 obo. 904-278-1029 Pull Trailer,
tools & misc.
EntCtrmp glass shivs, Call 904-778-2756
fits 32"+TV$550 Over Iv.,Ill_
Sized denim chr w/otto- w n Musicalm
man $200; 904- 535-2655 uscal
INMENT 970 Merchandise/
SCENTER Holds 32" TV, Services
lots of storage room,
$60, bedroom furni- l Alto Sax, Jupiter,
ture, $20/plece. LV. chairs, JAS-769-767 series
645 0630 .11 used. Includes hard
case, neck strap,
Ethan Alien Round mouth piece, cork grease,
* Wooden Table Dark cleaning cloth. Call
a \i, finish w/4, chairs, 298-2077. $500
$250 obo, 576-9534
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
KING WATERBED ew p & hdwr $349 300
, ,/ FRAME $300. Water- Guitars $49Up 387-6527
a-i.,., I bed frame w/king
mattress oak, lighted GUITAR FENDER used
headboard 576 7377/ less than one hour
912227- 0866 / comes with AMP and
instructional DVD
S d KING WATERBED great for beginner. 735- 9120
": 1 headboard, footboard,
mattress. Dresser, w/ KOHLER and Campbell
hutch mirror. Armoir, T upright Piano with
lingerie, chest, oak prenh. Piano 2h
: microwave cart, nightstand. bench. $750.406-2757
More furniture. 233-1007 PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
a. LAZY BOY RECLINER YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
SOFA AND RECLINER WHOLESALE 714-0141
'' CAMEL COLOR. EXCEL
COND, $400 FOR BOTH. Trumpet- Used. Great
904-529-9630 m for beginner or
LIVING HMSET I L middle school band
LIVING RMSET member, good
..-- T with dual recllner, condition, $100.904-277-3432
couch dinette set,
entertmnt ctr, $700.
631-5284 980 Sporting
SOFA _
GREAT CONDITION
$200. 264-6364 BIKES
-Oak b I MAN'S & WOMEN
Oak built.sin cabinets.a L both are one speed,
Teak desks & credenza coaster brake, 26"
$450. Glass/brass sofa tires, fenders In
table $100. 645-7345 good shape, $50 each.
B QUEEN SIZE CANOPY Daniel Pease. 912.729-4001
T BED AND DRESSER
$300.924-2456
OR 864-7502 BIKE- YOUTH 24"
a SOFA- Like New, $200 < Mtn scout mountain
,. | Solid oak dining room bike, excellent con-
Stable with 4 cahirs, edition, $80. 912-882-4293
S $100. 777-6684
SOFA & LOVE SEAT Bushmaster Shorty .223
good condition, $350. CAL Rifle. New cond.
go nCall 4296on350. w/box & 4 30 rd. mags.
Call4259602 4 rail handguards $700
SOFA- Lt. Blue, from
S Rhodes furn, exc. DEER HUNTING LEASE
condition, like new, timber land. S.E. Ga.
with decorative lO0a, 155a, 370a or 625a.
pillows, $250. 904-260-2086 912-764-5641 or
H. a STORAGE TOWER wralphglbson@yahoo.com
Holds lots of cds,dvd, Dunlop DONDH Golf
0=L or tapes. Woodgrain, / Clubs With two
double doors are 4| Hybrids Nike bag.
l" ockable on casters. $125.904.631-524


980 Sporting
Goods
a Jennlngs Compound
S Bow, 50#70#, 29"
D I raw, 8 carbon
arrows field tips,
broadheads, target fully
loaded, call 241-6027.
$300 obo.

990 Wanted To
9 Buy Or Trade
4, Push Mower that runs
and cuts regardless of
| age or appearance.
923-4881





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


1005 Livestock
& Supplies
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E. 18th Street 354-7634
www.horseandkennel.com
1010 Pets &
1010 Supplies
V BULLDOG T
Golden Doodle, Lab,
Poodles, Shih-tzus,
Boston, Many More
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
AMERICAN ESKIMO
FREE to GOOD HOME
l Health problems, one
American Eskimo, 12
yrs old, very loving. Minds
real good. 904.779-6782
4 AMERICAN BULL DOG
S Puppies FREE Call Julia
u 419- 6900/465- 1813
Aquarium 75 galon,
with stand, hood,
light filter system and
two saltwater fish.
$325 obo. Leave Message
912-882-6371
4, Aquarium
5 gallon, with acces-
sories pump filter
water neater, hood
with fluorescent light with
manual, $28. 268-2482
Bengal or Ragdoll Kittens
TICA reg. 229-794-2144
ejfields@altel.net
Black Lab Mix- FREE
S1.5yrs old, needs good
\1 home, not fixed.
912-576-7280
BULLDOGS -s/w, papers,
$ 5 0 0 e ach.
912-632-6104
SCHIHUAHUA MALE
white, black spots,
two months old, $375
obo, call 614 6820
CHINESE CRESTED PUP-
PIES, champion pedi-
gree 1/M 1/F, black w/
whIte markings, ready
8/18. Cal 904-504-5315
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1010 Pets &
Supplies
4 COCKATIELS for SALE
All colors available,
$50 to $75. Call
674-0598 anytime,
day, or night.
DACHSHUND, Mini, CKC
Wormed/shots crrnt
short hr, females, $250,
day 912-882-2002 eve
912-882,7777
Dachshund Pups AKC
mini red/dapple, m/f
microchiped, $400-$450
cash. 904-449-4267
DOBERMANS Red, AKC, 9
wks, chpbdin $850 Good
temp 229. 247-.5493
4. DOG- FREE to good
Some, due to health
L, one mixed long hair,
12 years old, very lov-
ing house broken. 779-6782
S Doghouse Igloo
Large, never used, $40.
41 912-576-7377/
227-0866
FREE Foxhound brothers
1 yr old, white, black
tan. Fixed, shots and
meds are current. Great
w/ kids. Outdoor dogs,
easy care. Will trans-,
port. 904-860 -0537
FRENCH BRITTANY AKC
pups. All colors imported
bloodline. 478.795.0368
FRENCH BULLDOGS 2F
AKC 1 Pied 1 Fawn,
POP $2000. 82,- 327-3702
German Shepherd Pups
AKC/CKC F/$350
M/$400 912- 427.0814
Golden Retriever AKC M
4mos, hse broken, crate
etc. $400. 904-226 .1634
Golden Retriever pups
Born May 9th. HC POP,
$250ea 904. 545-2423
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
AKC, Born 6/2006 2F/4M,
POP, Shots, HC$400
Cash. 291- 0940/626-1161
GREAT DANES AKC PUPS
Black. Merles, $995.
904-259-8304/ 2542607
www.acostadanes.com
HAVANESE Pup, rare,
non shedding, hypo
allergenic, very intel-
ligen $600 904.- 75-2857
Jack Russell Pup
vet cert, CKC, female
$250. 904-521-2906
KUVASZ-AKC/CKC,
$900-$1300. 4F/1M, AvI
now. 218.-586-2975 aft 5p
www.klldeskennel.com
LABRADOODLES F2 bik,
cream & apricot, 3M/5F,
S/W Avail 8/12. $600.
904-388-5971
LABRADOODLES Healthy
top quality 14wk & 6mo
old M pups are crate &
lead trained well
socialized, laid back.
$490+. 706.556.0504
LHASA APSO $275 Y 0 R.
KIES -$600, Chihuahuas
$200 912-283-3408
MINI CHIHUAHUA PUPS
Wormed & 1st shots. Vet
/ $250ea. 912-458-2350
MINI SCHNAUZERS AKC,
3M's blk S/W, $350. 912.
462- 5267/904 307-4281
PAPILLON PUPS AKC
Best quality, small
$650-$900. 904-461-3459
PARROT Patagonlan
Conure, hand raised w/Ig
t-e jSASOohon 629-4043


1010 pets&
Supplies
SPET SITTER AVAILABLE
GOOD SERVICE
and Excellent Care.
7 Days a week.
Day and night 904 726 8784
POM PUPS, purebred,
8wks a must see, POP,
$660 386 698-1310
POODLES, SHIH-TZUS
-Maltese
904-374-6177
Poodles Pups Toy, 2/M
1/F black, HC's, reg.
904-782-1444, 908-5368
SCOTTISH TERRIER PUPS
AKC. S/W, POP.
$600 919-471-5178
SHIBA INU, AKC, F, 7mo,
crate trained $500
904-273-0954
SHIH-TUZ PUPS, $450
AKC, HC, lowks, 2F/2M
904-384-4120/521-4719
SIAMESE KITTENS, 9wks
old, gorgeous, $350.
Seal points. 904-699-5449
SIBERIAN HUSKIES 5 bik/
wht & 2 Snowwhite
904.665.6415/272.5936
SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS,
ACA, shots & HC, POP,
$400. 797.1993/377. 4922





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

1205 Boats
4 Hydra Sports Center
COnsole 99'
l Fishing noat, Hop,
aluminum taller, 200
hp, Johnson Out board,
$1400obo. 904-655-0486
h SAIL BOAT
CATAMARAN with
1 trailer, sail very good,
ready for the water
now ask $899. BOB.
904 477. 7070
AB Rigid 02' Inflatable
dingy. 8HP, Yamaha
aluminum trailer plus
many accessories,
boat cover 904-635 2975
S10' Aluminum Boat
with trallor and
trolling motor, 411b,
thrust, $50 obo.
Call Tom 912-258-0644 or
Wal.~5!uff


1205 Boats
12ft. Canoe- Solid, old
town," Pack" 331bs,
b1a cane seat paddles
cartop carrier, extras,
$550. 276-8203
S15ft. 61n. SCULLING
DORY- Rowing unit,
new sweeps, oars,
cover, new trailer
extras $2750. 2768203
15' '99 Critchfield 40hp
Yamaha, ctr console,
elect, tilt, runs great,
live well, Bimini top
trolling mtr, galv. trir,
$3500. 904-708-1963
S16ft Slingshot Bass
Boat '92
85 h.p. Yamaha 187
hrs. Two batteries
30 lb. thrust trolling
motor. $3,300 OBO
573-2863
& 18' AQUATRON 00'
S Open Bow 4cyl, alpha
one mercruiser, low
hrs, aquatrall trir,
$7800 obo, call 219 9173
Monterey 185 si, 3.0 Ix,
SI/O galvanized trailer,
I all accessories incli.
excellent cond.,
runs great $s50obo.
904-705 7228
& 19ft, 05' Penn Craft
Ford S.15, 900 w/
L trailer GPS, depth
finder, many xtras.
call 912-729-6345 or
912-674-0425 for more info
4 19ft. I/O 130HP Deep V
8ft Beam, good con-
dilton, newLED trailer
lights. Great starter
boat, $1800obo, 424-3008
4 PWC 1992,
New motor, Yamaha
L Waverunner III runs
,great, trailer Inclu,
$1300 obo, Call 912 882- 6444
S2000 SEADOO GS
2 and 99' Seadoo QTI
L 2000, TrItlon Trailer.
Garage kept. Package
deal $8Kobo. 220-0225
20' 2002 Stratos Bass
Boat 225 Yahama $17K
904-626-6123 Mark
21FT SEA CHASER
99' with 140hp Suzuki
S center console, down
rigger, steel prop.,
$9500 obo. Ready to fish
270-6010 x111
25ft GULF STREAM
sailboat, with 909hp,
mercury outboard,
asking $1900 obo. Call
904-309-2176 for details.
SUZUKI/TOHATSU
Sales, Service & Parts
Advance Marine 730- 3332
Authorized Nissan Service
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440

1230 R'si~s
'97 Provwler, 24' '99
Lariat 5th wheel. READY
TO GO! 904-210-7871
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachu3 (39C6' 462 3039
1 800 541.-6439


1230 RV's
3 Supplies
POP UP 2003 Has Shower,
Toilet, AC Awning, $5500
(904)714-9939

MALLARD 35' 1988
Fifth Wheel, Perfect
Hunting Cablin. $2500
OBO (904) 714-9939
COACHMAN TT 25' 1995
Will Finance, Has War-
ranty (904) 548-7414
4, DUTCHMEN DENALI
.--06'. 30ft. 2 slides, split
I bath, ducted, a/c,
front Queen rear liv-
ing awning, very spacious.
$25,00. 375-2464

To advertise
in the military
publications dis-
tributed at the
local bases in the
area,
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 366 6230.


1230t RV's &
3 Supplies





SAE 0 2 %OFF






2002, travel trailer,
19ft, bunkbeds,
shower, awning tow
package excellent condi-
tion, sleeps six, call
904-3S5-1151. $9500
Keystone Cabana TT '02
19' sips 6, shwr, mcrwv
$9500 904.716-9700
SNAVION 'EO RV
I23' TURBO DIESEL,
ONAN GENERATOR,
4258 MILES, MUST
SELLI 904-220-6964


1230 sv it' s 1300 Motorcycles
SA, HD DXNA SUPER GLIDE
TERRY 33' 1996 / 00 23K miles black
5th Wheel, 2 Slides, Every- "withsaddieags
thing Works, Buy Whole- wta ddgepagst
sale( 474 garaee must sell.
Honda 250 Rebel. 06'
1300 Motorcycles great st reet
__ _1 h bike, under 1k miles,
I06 H sports sheild trans-
06 HONDA 4x4 elec- ferable, extended warranty.
tronic shift, digital dis- $3900. 912-882-8421
play exc. cond. $4000
03 Honda Rancher 4x4 o nd R 12 20,
electronic shift, digital Hon kCRb 125d200k2,
display ood shape : b r.aceiepolc ,
00. Cal 912ood shape graphics, straIght line
$3000. Ca912-256.3396 suspension, fast
.4 Custom Chopper 1200 $1200 obo. call 241-6027
S2005, streached frame, for more info
I extended, forks must
S Sell,$13Kobo,220m Indian Millennium col-
call for pics, great deal lectors Ed. "00, low mI
912-576-3437 like new cond 18Kobo.
call Ken, 904-545-5881
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON 98'
DYNA WIDE GLIDE. AED Screaming Eagle
W/GOLD PINSTRIPE, | Fatboy 95'. Lots of
GREAT SHAPE, JUST custom parts runs
OVER 23K MILES, $12,500 exc. Have 2 bikes
OBO. 904-742-1700 1 must go. $12K. 912.882.1777
HD'00 FXD SIZE 8.5" fox radcna
23k miles, black boots, worn twice,
S saddlebags, new 0l2paid $275. Asking $100.
battery and tires. Call 241-6027
Call 904-406-2757 for more info.


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


ATLANTIC DODGE
OF ST.AUGUSTINE
2330 US'1 South 354-4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
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ORANGE PARK DODGE
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1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
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MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500


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



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


LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/OrlandonFI 407-339-3443
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9201 Atlantic Bild. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826



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


ROLLS ROYCE -ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando F 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax


SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071


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10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002
DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexis of Jacksonville
PrO-Owned Center
10384 Atlajtic Blvd. 998-0012

Ton Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlan Blvd. 371-4877

V.IP. AUTO SALES
5936 PhiliptHwy. 733-7439

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$7.9 Billion

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Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia

is 7.9 billion.

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rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them know what your

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1300 Mniorcleies.
Sporster XLH1200
S cycle shack pipes,
2002, S/E card, bags, 2
w indshelds, $6K ob,
705-7901 ask or Ron.
Suzuki 82' GS 1100E
Runs great, $1600.
276-1434 after 5p
Suzuki GSX- RZ, 600cc,
40th anniversary
Alstare Edition. D&D,
carbon fiber exhaust,
5800m, Jacket, helmet,
Included, $5500.771-7219
Yamaha V-Star 00'.
650c red, gra
windshield, saddle
bags, ext warr, oxc.
condition, 15,800 ml, $6K
obo/276 2534
YAMAHA YFZ 05'
basically brand new,
title In hand, can send
pics, $5300 obo.
SCall 902-674-0527
briandeaiy@hotmail.com

1310 Auto Parrts

CADILLAC
< FLEETWOOD
1976. First $600
FOr parts or restoration
SCan be seen at
56$7 Tampico Rd./W'side
fqr details 904-537 0961
or 904-772- 0612 Iv msg
CRAFTSMAN
COMPRESSOR 4.5HP
VI1 20GAL used once,
$150. Homelite 14", gas
chainsaw $40,16' alum ext
ladder, $25. 904-529-9630
FORD EXPLORER
S| 91'4X4 as Is, whole or
,L, parts, not running,
no title, $500 obo.
622-8391
4 Front End Mask- for
Toyota Highlander, full
Cover, slightly used,
$35. Linda 783-0197
A JAMES SOFT. TOP TAN
GOOD SHAPE CALL
912-882-4724
$125. OBO
TIRE-1- NEW
215/7T/RIS, also
LiChevy Astro Alum Rim,
.$49. Must sell. Call
278-6251 also- 205/75/15,
S tire, make offer.
TIRES-4 new
truck/SUV tires.
P255/65R17,60K ml,
continental contitrac,
$295. Call 219-6765
or 714-4466
Wanted Trailer Hitch
for Volvo 240.1 will
remove from your car.
George. 287-5177

1),20 Antiques
4-* ,Classics
1981 FORD MODEL A
COUPE, Rumble seat
new brakes, frame- off
restoration incl. cover,
extra parts, tools, new
battery, runs great, exc.
c Eo n d $13,500
912-638-8738
CADILLAC
SFLEETWOOD
1976. First $600
Can be seen at
5637 Tampico Rd./W'side
fo'r details 904-537-0961
r 904-772-0612 Iv msg
FORD MUSTANG 73'
A Convertible, fully
kJl restored, 302VA, C4
Sauto, many after-
market parts, new tires,
black/silver, $17,500 obo.
` 9046545557
MERCEDES 300 SEL 3.5
1971, only 64k ml, $6000
obo. Mike 476-2026

1325 Automotive
ACURA CL S-TYPE
'03. Fully equipt
$18,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Acura CI.S 01' Black,
Stan leather, sunroof,
S6d changer. Alloy
wheels 60K miles,
$13,250ob. 47 -2128.
Cool Carl
4CURA CL 2.3 '99 2dr,
black, Ithr, 5spd, loaded,
mbonrf $7975. 699-9669
SACURA RL '04 Nay,
CD only 39,000
$ miles. $27,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 ACURA TL '04
Fully equipped,
only 20.000 miles.
$25.480 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE




ALEROS 02 & 03
4DR, AT, AC, PW, PDL,
Cruise, CD, Mileage
As Low As 13000 Mi & Up
sPriced From $6975
12 to Choose -Warranty
Balance 5yr/60,000 Miles
SEASY Financing
'904-674-4444
552 Cassat Ave. @ 1-10

( AUDI A4 QUATTRO
2005.5 Fully equip
; $28,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
fy BMW Z4 3.01'05
Premium package,
like new. $35,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Buick LaSabre 93'
Good condition- AC
works, new front tires,
some dents, $2000 call
904-449-4104
.UICK REGAL LS '04
PS, PM CCPL, PW
LEATHER $12,450
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
f CADILLAC CTS '03
Pearl white, nay.
chrome wheels
'$21,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y\ CADILLAC SRX '05
Charcoal/tan, only
22,000 miles. Like
hew. $28,990 998-0012
LEX(US OF JACKSONVILLE

I dADILLAC SEVILLE -01
MUSTSELL QUICK Only
331K miles. Exc cond. Bal
of 6yr o10k certified
Warranty. $21,500 or
anly reasonable offer.
David 904- 483-6086
CADILLAC BROUGHAM
'92 Low mi's, white
,w/red Ithr inter, like
hew. $2500. Must sell
inmed. 904-477-1806
CADILLAC DEVILLE '00.
Red metallic, leather,
loaded, 58K mi. Only
$1OO down. 674-4444
CADILLAC DEVILLE '00
Red, loaded, 5880 miles,
on(y $15,975. 777-9119
A Cadillac DeVlIe 94'
Excellent Condition.
New tires, lots of
extras, call 509-1693.
$3900.741.7190
CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD
'1976. First $600
Can be seen at
5637 Tampico Rd./W'side
for details 904-537-0961
Or 904.772-0612 lv msg


4, Camaro SS,2000
Loaded T-Top, auto,
Call Nate 904-434-1385
CHEV AVALANCHE 05
PL, PM, PW PS REMOTE
$25,550 .
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '05
PL, PM, PW, PS REMOTE
$14,750
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV MONTE CARLO LS
01OPS,PW,PL REMOTE CC
$7988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Sl Chevrolet Camaro 98'
SAutomatic transmis-
sion with new paint
j ob ( candy green with
flames). Only 88K miles,
dew torque thrust wheels.
New air condition system
plus many other extras.
Must Seel Will sell
for $10,999. Pictures can
be seen at our sebslte
www.flnautobody.com
Phone 904.264-7173
CHEVROLET BLAZER
93' with cold air. Color:
Candy Green. Mileage:
99K. Sell Price $3K.
Pictures can be seen
at our web site
www.flautobody.com

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1325 Alionlouise
4 CHEVY CORVETTE
CONVERTIBLE
red 1 owner, excellent
new tires. $26,500. 3-9622
A CHEVY CORVETTE 01'
Convertible, red, 1
owner, excellent con-
dition, garaged, new
tires, $2,500. 378-9622
f CHRYSLER 300C
'05 LTD. Leather,
CD, Nav. $23,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER SEBRING
'04 LTD. Only
20,000 Mi. $17,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Datsun 80'.280ZX212.
129K original
V |, miles, runs great.
6 cyl Sspeed AC,tPW,
great on gas. Classic,
$3500 obo. 912-729-4391
Dodge Dakota 04'
SQuad cab, S xT, 4wd,
VI sunroof, step-bars,
bed cover, 2,500ml,
exc. cond., $19,500.
912-882-4293
Dodge Dakota 91',
long bed, only 60K
S miles, sliding rear
window toolbox,
tires-n-paint, greatly Runs
good, 2000.912-576-1508
DODGE NEON -'04. SRT4,
4dr, 5sp, black on black,
32k mi, cd, pw, snrf,
$15,500 477-6519
DODGE STRATUS 03'
52k miles, new tires,
battery runs and looks
Great $7999 obo.
904-655-0486
4 Flat Spider 1983' 2000.
S Very clean two
owners rebuilt engine
& transmission
$SSOOobo.
Call David @ 674 7628




FORD MUSTANG-1968
Neon Grn.w/Red Stripes
HOT WHEELS CAR, 302,
Dual Flowmasters,
Hooker Headers,
Racing Seats,
1st $10,000 o.b.o.
Call 207-8435, To View
go to 537A Park Street

FORD MUSTANG GT 'OS
LEATHER, PL, PW, CC, PS
PM $23,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
White, AT, loaded, low
miles. $7975. 674-4444
SFord Mustang 02'
3.8 1LT, V6, fully loaded,
S new brakes, tuned up,
fluids changed,
excellent cond. $8500obo.
912-882-1052
FORD MUSTANG '03 -
V6, AT, Ithr. loaded.
$13,900 OBO 982-2106.
4 Ford Ranger 92'.
Regular Cab with
topper. V6,5spd, a/c,
recent service. Looks
and runs great. $1775.
268-2482
FORD TAURUS WAGON
2002, Silver
immaculate condition!
40,000 miles. $8,500
OBO. Cal 997-0499
FRAME- Cal King Oak
waterbed frame with
SI regular king mattress.
$300.576-7377/
912-227-0866
4 GEO PRIZM 92'
Runs good, drives
S good, starts every
time, needs TLC,
$850. 912-673-8223
GTO 2004. Blue/ blue
leather. LS1, 350hp,
Q autoo loaded, 16k miles,
warranty, beautiful
car. $22K. Call Mike
904-751-2794
i HONDA ACCORD
..'EX V6 '05. Leather,
CD, fully equipped.
$20,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 HONDA ACCORD 01'
SFOR SALE LOW MILES,
I142CC VERY CLEAN CAR
ASKING PRICE, $8500.
REAL GOOD DEAL.
904-982-5668
Honda Civic 03' EX
2 door, blue, tan Int.,
30K miles, great con-
dition, S13,980
521 3176
SHonda Civic 05 LX.
loaded. 24K. 7 year,
100K mile warranty.
4 door. S14800. Call
292 9130 553 2037
4 HOnda Civic 82' SW
y vgratvintage furn,. In
family since new, $800.
645-1764
4 Honda Civic 00' SI, 98k
miles, blackdoor,
I $8750 ob5o10oe
904-303-6377
4, Honda S 2000
S2004,16800 miles, blue
lIlike new call 270-6343
nights, 220-0193. $25K
4 Honda Shadow 01'
new chain and
L spockets, tires, runs
great with drag pipes.
Have stock, exhaust &
helmet 270-5373
N INFINITI G35 Coupe
e '04 Pearl white/
tan, beautiful, like
new $29,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI Q45 '98. AT, AC,
leather, loaded, 78K mi.
Perfect! $12,975. 425- 4320
JAGUAR SType '03
m94.2. fully equipped.
$23,990. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP CHEROKEE 98'
Scyl 4WD, with only
S95k miles. Nice paint
Job (green). Cold A/C.
NADA retail value $7600.
Will sell for $6500. Pictures
can be sent at our web site.
www.fiautobody.com.
904-264-7173
4 KIA OPTIMA $70K 01'
miles, 100k warranty,
Sspd, power locks
windows, A/C, $4500.
Stacey 553-1751
V Lincoln iwnCar 95
slgnalure one owner,
like new. 74K ml, ewc.
mileage, giage kepL
service records available,
S12K Must see. Leather
Offers considered.
386 437 0124. 186 793 8660
MAZDA MILLENIA '02
Pearl met. w/belge Ithr,
at/ac, moonroof, loaded,
58K ml. $13,975. 425-4320
4, MERCEDES 450 SL
Roadster "74" 2 dr,
\i/conv./ hardtop, red w/
tan int. a/c, pw, at-
full cover manuals, new
tires & brakes.
904 278 6251/542 8894
MERCEDES C280 '97
Loaded, lowmiles, very
nice $900 dwn. 699-9669
MERCEDES C280 -'95, 98k
mi, Al cond, $6500 firm.
389-9449
MERCURY MYSTIC '95,
sunrf, Ided, $3200obo.
904-753-1185/277-9688
Nissan 240SX '93
Burgundy, new alterna-
tor, new tires, new
starter, $2500 or best
offer...Serlous offers
only 904-472-6480


t7 NISSAN 350Z Cony.
'04 Touring. Only
17,000 miles, like
new. $30,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Altima '03 Under
warr exc cond black
w/lthr, fully loaded.
sunroof & spoilers.
$14,500 904 563- 0960
Nissan Max 96'
S$9K obo all leather,
mt low-rider, (NIAS)
many extras, must see
912-467-3345/
912-467-3348
PONT FIREBIRD Formula
'98. T-top, 5.7 V8, loaded,
82K ml. $8975. 777-9119
PONTIAC GRAND AM SE
'03 CC, PM, PL, CERT
$9,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
PORSCHE BOXER 03'
14KmI. red with
p1 black Interior, mint
condition, 5 spd,
factory warranty $31,250.
Call 904- 735-3835 PCS
A Porsche Boxer 03'
1 4K ml. Red with black
4". top. Full Porsche
warranty only $31,950.
Call 904- 735. 3835


1325 .ui noise






'02 AUDI A4
Wagon Avant
One owner, leather,
sunroof
$17,859
'04 HUMMER H2
Sunroof, Leather, 3rd
Seat, XM Radio
$35,859
'04 DODGE
DURANGO HEMI
Hemi, Leather,
CD, One Owner.
$17,859
'03 FORD
MUSTANG
CONVERTIBLE
Only 31K miles
$13,859
'02 BMW 7401
Premium Package,
100,000 mi warranty
$36,859
"02 BMW 3251C
Convertible
Premium Package
$27,859
'06 BMW 5301
Premium Package,
Leather, Sunroof.
$44,859
'04 ACURA MDX
Touring, Navigation,
One Owner.
$32,859
'03 TOYOTA
SEQUOIA
OneOwner,
Only 35K Miles.
$19,859
'05 FORD
RANGER XLT
AT, V6, Bedcover,
One Owner.
$12,859
'05 INFINITI
QX56
Navi, DVD, Sunroof,
One Owner.
$36,859
'04 JEEP
CHEROKEE
4x4, VY,
Leather, Sunroof.
$19,859

'06 DODGE
CHARGER R/T
Hemi, one owner
$27,859

'04 LAND
ROVER RANGE
ROVER HSE
Reduced
$44,859
'06 CHEVY
C2500 QUAD
CAB TL
Diesel, 4x4, one ownr
$37,859


Brumos Porsche
Purchase from the
only Factory
Authorized
Porsche Dealer

904- 725- 9155

4, Red Convertible
Corvette, 02'. Low
4 miles very clean, mint
condition, for more
information call
912-729-5835
7pTOYOTA AVALON
.'06 Fuly Equipped,
like new. $30,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '96,
ice cold air, 83kmi, all
pwr, $5895. 904-616-7969
TOYOTA CAMRY '9 9
4dr, V, 5spd, loaded,
W6975. Call 674-4444
, TOYOTA TACOMA 99'
SGreen, 2.71., 4x4, cd,
player, ac, bucket
seats, Sspd., 31x10.5.
$159K miles, $5500 237-3729
VOLVO S80 '06
p'. Leather, CD, Crew
Cab RTL. $27,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SVW PASSAT '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Trucks,Vans, SUVs 00-05
*ALL
Military
and
Civilian
S$0 DOWN I
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662- 0726


1335 $2000 or Less
CADILLAC
FLEETWOOD
1976. First $600
For parts or restoration
Can be seen at
5637 Tampico Rd./W'side
for details 904 537- 0961
or 904.772.0612 Iv msg

CHEVY CAPRICE 181
I rown. $1800 OBO. 0
Call Colson
(904)721-9876 or
| (904)885.1091 |
Chrysler Conquest 87'.
T TSI red, 87K miles,
/ 5. spd w/turbo
Sintercooler Interior
groat, needs some body
work, engine runs strong,
but hesitates when accel-
erating. Has fuel Injectors
and clips, battery, K&N fil-
ter, spark plugs & wires,
many extra parts. $1800
obo. Erick 904.207- 3119.
Cell. 355- 5207-Home
4, DODGE CARAVAN 95'
| Automatic, good body,
|1L engine, transmission
leaks, $1000 obo.
504-4173 PCS
DODGE DAKOTA '95
X-Cab. V6, cold AC.
$1975. Call 425-4320
4 Ford F- 100.71'
| 302 Topper, ran
when parked but
needs work to get
going again. $500.
282.6946


Ford Ranchero 73'
302 engine runs
strong. Has the
S El Camino styke body.
Needs body Interior work
adn brake lob. Great project
car for restoration. Good
tires, new battery and
starter. $1500obo. Erick.
904- 207- 3119c. 355-5207 hm
4 Mitsubishi Eclipse 94'
New clutch new
alternator. Clean
Needs Work Must Sell
First. $950. Takes It!
Call 465-4123

Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
y BMW X3 3.0 '06
Wht/tan, like new.
$38,840. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
l Cadillac Escalade
"03. Black Beauty!
Fully equipped.
$26,980. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEV EQUINOX LT '05
PW, PM, PL, CC, LEATHER
$16,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO '03
XCAB, PL PW PM, CC
REMOTE $11,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


T'rutk-, .
1340 Ti;ailer,,

CHEV SILVERADO "05
CC.PL.r'W.PS P1.1 CERT
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO '04
\C- ib FL, PW Pt.1 CC
$21,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SUBURBAN 'OS
LEATHER PM, PL, CC,
$31,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SUBURBAN '04
CC, PL, PW. PM PS,
REMOTE $21,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '06
CC, PL, PW, PS, PM CERT
$17,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Chevy Blazer 99'
4dr, like new, $5800
pay off at bank.
912-467-3348 RJ
CHEVY CREW CAB Dually
'00. V8, AT, AC. 47,800 mi.
Nicely $12,975. 674-4444
4, CHEVY TAHOE 03'
BURGUNDY, V8, 3rd
L sear leather, exec.
condition, 51K miles,
$21,500. Call 772-7031 or
553-0056
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champagne/tan
xtra low mi $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Dodge 1500 Truck
I $182 000 5.2L, New
,)I engine, 5spd tilt,
C/C electric win-
dows, dual exhaust
904-226-1910 $3500 OBO
DODGE 1500 LWB '99. AT,
AC, only 41,600 miles,
only $5975. Call 777-9119
DODGE 2500 PU '99. V8,
AT(AC, only 38,675 miles,
only $7975. Call 699-9669
DODGE CREW CAB PU '04
V8, AT AC wholesale
priced $12,975. 674-4444
DODGE DURANGO '99
V8, AT. AC, loaded. $5975
Call 425-4320
Dodge Durango
, SPort utility 98'. Good
s condition burgundy.
100K miles, must sell
$6000obo, $368/mo.
912 573-9696 or
912-673-6753
FORD ESCAPE -'04, XLS.
AT, PS, PB PW V6,
towing pkg. CC, low mi,
$13,500. 730-4386
FORD EXPLORER XLT '99
4dr. white, loaded, at, ac
$5975. Call 674-4444
FORD EXPLORER
XLT 97'
Call 249 -7160
FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '05
Fu I ly Eqpt $22,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPEDITION
'03 Eddie Bauer,
4x4,blk/tan $22,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD F -150 95'
I 6cyl, 96K ml, great
XJshape, well taken care
of, original pwner,
very dependable, $4000.
783.9272/ 631-0219

FORD F250 SD 4WD '04
CC, PS PM LEATHER PL,
PW $29,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD F-250 Diesel '05
60K ml, ext cab XL, 4x4,
auto. PRICED FOR
UICK SALE $23,200 Ph.
07301-1556
SFord Ranger Pickup
S92' with topper. VS,
1j, ,5spd, AC, recently
Serviced, looks& runs
great. $1775.268-2482
FORD RANGER 92'
Regular Cab, topper
4 VA V air,5spd, bed
mats, looks and runs
great. $1775. 904-268-2482
cy FORD SPORT TRAC
(9 '05. Fully equip
$21,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 GMC 4x4 93'
Ext. cab DVD, viper
alarm, 3" lift, ac, pw,
p1, cruise, new brake
system. $3950obo.
904- 553- 4508/912-673- 6541
GMC Seirra 1500 '05 Ext
cab w/cap, SLE, 9700mi,
$18,900 904- 733- 5416
\ GMC YUKON SLT
'04. Only 30.000
miles. 1ke new
$24,960 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC YUKON 4WD '03
LEATHER, PL, PW, MNRF
PS $20,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
f HONDA RIDGELINE
'06 EX. 4x4 Like
new. $30,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SINFINITI FX35 '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
equipped. $30,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI QX56 0 5
SNavigation, DVD,
Fully Equip. $41,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
LEXUS XL 470 '03, 30kmi,
Lded, bik/tan Int. Steal
$37k. 912-634-6753
SMAZDA B2600EI 4x4
S 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 $12,975. 425-3659
MERCURY MONTEREY '04
PW, PL, CC PM $15,500
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
7 NISSAN
V PATHFINDER LE '01
Fully equip. $13,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( TOYOTA RUNNER
LTD '02. Leather,
CD, 4x4, sunroof.
$22,890 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TY TOYOTA 4RUNNER
LTD' 03 champ/ tan
$22,840. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
loaded, 58,300 mi. Very
clean. $10,975. 674-4444
TOYOTA TACOMA '04
Crew Cab Limited V8
auto, 35,000 mi, loaded
$18,975. Call 777-9119
TOYOTA TACOMA 04
PRE-RUNNER, Exc cond,
$19k obo. 904 543 0611

1345 Vans/Buses


4 Dodge B250 96'
Custom Van 318cu.
< Good condition bed in
back, $350. 355 6543
DODGE CARAVAN 95'
Automatic, good body,
engine, transmission
leaks, $1000 obo.
504-4173 PCS
Dodge Grand
Caravan SE 99'
Exc cond, all records,
130K miles, green, tan
int. 22 mpg flex fuel. $5290
obo Green Cove Springs
904-284-0047
GMC Conversion Van
'94 cold a/c, front n
I. rear, 4 captain seats
fold down rear seat
$2,000 neg 912-882-3492

1350Miscellaneous
135 Auto
. GO KART Trail Star
S ONLY $800.
4 ,11 Non-negotiable,
excellent condition,
like new barely used
Tecumseh Engine, one hel-
met included. 912-573-3296
4 Kawasaki ATV 00'.
300cc. New top end-
new back tires, runs
good. $1500.
Call 904 449 3568


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