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Creation Date: August 10, 2006
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Bra Support
NAVHOSP Ribbon and Roses contest
Page 3


Sea Cadets
Checkmates train future Sailors
Pages 6-7


NNOA
Recognizing excellence
Page 17


THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 2006


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Naval Hospital Jacksonville begins


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba deployments


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville sent 29 medical
personnel to the Guan-
tanamo Bay detention camp in
Cuba on Aug. 5. Twenty-seven
Sailors flew out from Jackson-
ville International Airport
early Saturday morning and
two more traveled separately.
This is the first wave of three
groups totaling 106 hospital
personnel who will be headed
to the island to provide medical
support in the detainee camp
this summer." The Naval
Hospital Jacksonville units
which include hospital corps-
men, nurses and physicians
will replace personnel from
other military treatment facili-
ties who will be rotating out
following a two-week transition
period with the arriving troops.
Before flying to Guantanamo
the medical personnel first go
to Fort Lewis in Tacoma,
Wash. for training/orientation
in a simulated detainee envi-


ronment before continuing
their trip to Cuba via Marine
Corps Air Station (MCAS)
Cherry Point, N.C. The
officer in charge of the
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville team is fam- ,.
ily practice physi- J
cian Cmdr. Jeffrey
Quin-lan and Cmdr. ",
Eliza-beth French is
the unit's senior nurse.
As far as the unit's
readiness for the mission,
French said, "We're taking the
right mix and getting the right
training. I think we'll do well."
French noted that the hospi-
tal is solidly prepared to meet
both its dual mission of readi-
ness to support our troops
abroad while continuing to pro-
vide excellent health care at
home. She said this is nothing
new for Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
"The hospital is always doing
deployments and cross train-
ing," she explained. "I'm sure
there will be an impact but it
should all seem seamless to our


patients. The staff will adjust
their workload and we'll be
putting Reservists (and con-
tract personnel) where
needed."
As always, the
Sailors leaving for
this six-month
'deployment had
mixed emotions and
reservations at being
separated from their
families and friends, but
also excitement at meeting the
challenges of the job before
them.
Referring to her fellow corps-
men she's leaving behind, HM2
Sheila Velez said, "I'm going to
miss these guys. But I'm all set
to go," she continued. "I'm look-
ing forward to it. It will be a
good learning experience."
As this is her first deploy-
ment, Velez said she is very
thankful to her fellow corps-
men HM1 Misty Taylor and
HM3 Carlos Calzada for telling
her what to expect and how to
prepare herself. Both have
been stationed at Guantanamo


before she noted.
Velez was seen off by her
husband, Ernesto and children;
Rashan, Michael, Fernando
and Krista. She said she'd been
preparing her family for sever-
al months, arranging day care,
etc. but she said it is still diffi-
cult, especially for the younger
children.
"I won't be here for the first
day of school. I'll miss out on
that," she said sadly.
Before Velez and the other
deploying Sailors said their
final farewells and entered the
concourse, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono
reminded them of the signifi-
cance of their mission.
"What we're doing is very,
very important. You'll have the
support from a great chain of
command out there and we're
all here for you as well," she
said. "Do us proud! They know
that Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville iscoming."
See Page 10 for GITMO photos


Handlers receive Kennel of the Quarter Award


By MC2 (AW) Brian Smarr
Staff Writer


N aval Air Station Jacksonville's
security department's military
working dog (MWD) division was
recently awarded the kennel of the quarter
award. The award, established last year,
showcases K-9 units' ability to out perform
other units within their respective regions.
Receiving this award demonstrates the
kennel's ability to professionally train and
maintain their staff of personnel and ani-
mals.
The criteria to qualify for the award
includes MWD record reviews, highest
number of completed training hours, ken-
nel and dog hygiene and health as well as
a performance evaluation by a regional
team of evaluators.
NAS Jacksonville MWD met these crite-
ria by logging and averaging more than
300 training minutes, 30 utilization (work-
ing) minutes and 400 trial minutes per
month for each MWD and handler.
"By extensively training the handler as
well as the dog and the availability of local
base veterinary services we were able to
achieve our goal of kennel of the quarter,"
said Security K-9 Trainer, MA 2 Brian
Thomas.
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Naval Region Southeast Kennel of the Quarter trophy. The team received this a
cently maintaining and working their dogs and exceeding training standards.
dog goes beyond conventional methods. When asked how the tea
"If someone on the team dreams up their recent accomplish
something at night, we try it, if it's too exclaimed, "I'm ecstatic! It's
advanced for the dog, we refine it." to us, we've always known v
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Photo b\ HMI MAjchael Morgan
Certified Nurse Anesthetist Lt. Cmdr.
Joseph (right) discusses Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's surgical assets with Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery Chief of Staff Rear
Adm. Christine Hunter (left foreground) as
Lt. Cmdr. Darin Rogers, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville acting executive officer;
Operating Room Technician HM2 Jerry
Horton; Facilities Management Depart-
ment Head Larry Forbes look on.


NavHosp Jax


team goes


'Beyond the


Headlines'
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital lacksonaille Marketing


Bore than 175 Naval Hospital
SJacksonville medical personnel
L L attended the "Beyond the
Headlines" conference on August 1 at the
NAS Jacksonville Officers Club.
Participants examined how recent head-
lines have impacted business practices
and staff moraleseand how system-wide
changes are improving patient safety and
quality of care.
In her opening remarks, Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Chief of
Staff Rear Adm. Christine Hunter dis-
cussed the questions several congression-
al committees wanted answered concern-
ing lawsuits decided over the past year
against Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
These cases, which received considerable
news coverage, were filed as much as a
decade ago, but Congress and Navy medi-
cine leadership felt they must be
addressed.
Hunter said congressional staffers pur-
2(AW) Brian Smarr
newly acquired suing these issues were confident troops
Ward by profi- were being provided outstanding care in
the field, but they wanted to know how
the war was affecting the hospital's abili-
m feels about
ment, Thomas ty to provide safe care at home.
ent, Thomas "Congress wanted reassurance that our
finally come quality programs were sufficient," she
we're the best said.
BUMED conducted thorough case
reviews stemming from the lawsuits and
concluded the treatment and procedures
were reasonable, medically indicated and
that patients were well informed.
Members of congressional subcommittees
agreed. Nevertheless, the nagging ques-
tion remained for Hunter, "How are we
Getting to a bad outcome when people are
making reasonable decisions?"
Media reports and some beneficiary
comments seem to reflect a sense that
military health care providers and civil-
ian contractors who work in military
treatment facilities are protected from the
consequences of medical errors. But Navy
Surgeon General Adm. Donald C. Arthur
is holding military providers accountable
ders" and Hunter agreed.
"We have oversight all the way to the
Jers 'surgeon general," she said. '"We also have
an external review system, because more
eyes on these cases will give us greater
insight."
She revealed BUMED's plan to recruit a
chief medical officer who will focus on in-
depth analysis.


See BEYOND, Puge 9


TOUCHING Advancement worksheets ready to sign through Aug. 25.
SN No one will be allowed to sign worksheets after the
B A S E It s time to gear up for the September E-4 advancement 25th. Eligible Sailors must bring their most recent evalua-
exam. Worksheets are ready for verification and signature tion to compute a performance mark average (PMA) for the
at the Personnel Support Activity Detachment (PSD) exam.


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Looking back in time...


File photo
The first aircraft assigned to NAS Jacksonville a Grumman J2F-3 arrived Jan. 16, 1940. This aircraft became the
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ON THE HOMEFRONT



Mother-in-law, revisited


HEY, MONEYMANI

Hey, MoneyMan!,
I recently subscribed to a new magazine and instead of
paying by credit card they told me they could just take the '
money out of my account. All I needed to do was to send
them a blank check with "void" written on the front and
they would take care of the rest. It seems that more com-
panies are using this method of paying bills. Is this a"
good thing? Seems to me it is because I do not have to pay."
any interest like I would if it were on a credit card.
MoneyMan Sez:
According to a recent article in the Navy Times, service
members should use caution when authorizing an auto-"1
matic deduction from a bank or credit union account. If"
the money is not available, the lenders may try to collectl'
payment multiple time triggering multiple overdraft fees.-
Although this method of payment is convenient and there;,
are no interest charges, there are other dangers. Here are-
some tips to avoid potential problems:
Be careful before signing any agreement for electronic:
debiting. Know how much will be debited and how often.
Make sure you: have enough money in you account to"
cover the debit. Multiple fees may be charged and they
are expensive.
Be sure to record debits and checks; always balanceW
your checkbook including the debits.
If things do not look right let your bank or credit union"
know right away. They will not be able to solve the prob-''
lem if they do not know about it. I
If you notice multiple requests for payments that rack"'
up returned-check fees, contact your credit union or bank
immediately and ask for a refund of the fees. Ask how you"
can avoid the problem in the future.
Report lenders or merchants who have triggered repeat-"
ed attempts for payment to your state consumer affairs
office. In Florida, call the Florida Department of"
Financial Services at 1-888-434-3910.
Whether you are writing checks or having your account'
automatically debited, this old rule still applies, "do nota
spend money you do not have." If the money is not in you."
account and you write a check the check will bounce
unless you have overdraft protection. Even then, some-L
times the overdraft protection is as expensive as thel
bounced check.
The same is true with a debit charged to and account--
with insufficient funds. What make it potentially worse,,!
is there is no limit on how many times a company can ,-
attempt to draft your account. Each time they try, your-
may be legally charged a fee.
I recommend you allow automatically drafting on your"
account only when necessary and you are certain you will
always have adequate funds to cover the drafts.


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Job title/command:
Supply Department

, Hometown: Miami

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: VS-22

Career Plans: To finish school and earn my
college degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
with the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Success is not how
hard you hit the bottom, but how you bounce
back.


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SUNDAY SERVICES.
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:15 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.






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
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
The JAi AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the IM All 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 ixAl N can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email jaxAirNei s@comcast.net or
write the JMhllI NS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 3221Z-5000.
The JIRAIl NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy undeI exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Unibn, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Est mated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher anc inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:


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

Job title/command:
Cashier at the Nex
convenience store


Hometown: Jacksonville



Family Life: Single


Career Plans: None


Most Interesting Experience: None


Words of Wisdom: Just relax.

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Local news co-anchor applauds 'Ribbons & Roses'


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
he "Ribbons & Roses"
Breast Cancer Survivor
Support Group, with chap-
ters at Naval Station Mayport,
and NAS Jacksonville sponsored
a brassiere-decorating contest at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville the
last week of July.
The entries were on display
near the hospital's outpatient clin-
ic entrance. Visitors were asked to
vote on their favorite bra and tell
the organizers what month they
think each entry best represents.
The bras will be featured in a cal-
endar, which will be available for
purchase after Oct. 1.
Those voting in the contest
could also bid to purchase their
favorite bra, by signing their
name to the ballot with a contact
number. Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Breast Care Case Manager
Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten said
the money raised would be used
to offset the calendar printing
costs.
To select the full-color cover
photos, the group invited some
special guests to view the display
and pick their favorites. These
guests included Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Raquel Bono, First Coast
News Co-anchor Jeanne Blaylock,
Dr. Joel Stone and local artist
Waneta Araneo.
Blaylock visited the hospital on
July 26. Well known for featuring
the "Buddy Check 12" program on
Channel 12 on the 12th of each
month, Blaylock promotes month-
ly breast self-examinations and
educates women on the impor-
tance of early detection.
After viewing the entries,
Blaylock noted, "every single bra
has a story." And she said she is
always impressed with the
upbeat manner in which many
survivors deal with this chal-
lenge. "One thing I've found
about breast cancer survivors is
when they finally get to the top of
the mountainaethey just beam.
Some women do have the ability
to smile all the way up," she said.
She noted that one of the bras
on display clearly reflected this.
"I really liked them all, but there
was one bra with lights on it that


Photos by HM1 Michael Morgan
Ribbons and Roses members (kneeling left to right) Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten; Dottie Schmitt;
Barbara Blair; Enid Vargas; Diana Howey and (standing left to right) Patrice Singletary; Ethel
Beckwith; Nora Karpowicz; AineHarris; Martha Drysdale; Amy Scanlan; Wilma Schell; Estella
Green and Sandra Pennell come together to show their bra contest entries to First Coast News
Co-Anchor Jeanne Blaylock.
was particularly impressive pressed with this contest and she "NS Mayport
because the artist (Sandra looks forward to promoting it Chapter -' 2nd
Pennel) said she had faith that "When you fight breast cancer Wednesday at
she would come out on the bright you might as well have a. smile the Pablo Creek
side. I thought that was very and a chucklesebut it's not neces- Library
clever, the bra actually lights up." sarily going to be an easy jour- NAS Jack-
Keeping faith can be challeng- ney. I'm for anything to let people sonville Chapter
ing for these survivors, particu- be creative and express them- 2nd Tuesday at
larly when the spouse is away on selves and have fun. And let's the Naval Hospi-t
deployment during treatment. face it; some of these are pretty -There is also
Patrice Singletary is proud to be wild. So why not?" for spouses of bre
a survivor. "I've been through First Coast News ran a "teas-
this twice and I'll continue to er" highlighting Blaylock's partic-
fight." ipation in the Ribbons & Roses
She noted that her husband is program on the July 26 evening NAS Jax c
deployed aboard the USS news.
Halliburton in Chile while she's SUPPORT WHEN
home raising their kids. Through YOU NEED IT
it all, she said she's been fortu-
nate to have the support of her For more information on the
husband, friends and her church. Ribbons & Roses Breast Cancer
Many support group members Support Group contact Nikki
expressed gratitude for the sup- Levinson-Lustgarten, RN, BSN,
port they receive from Naval OLN at Naval Hospital Jackson-
Hospital Jacksonville Breast ville. The group is open to mili-
Care Case Manager Nikki tary or civilian breast cancer sur-
Levinson-Lustgarten, their pri- vivors.
mary care physicians and the The meetings include guest
other members of Ribbons & speakers such as medical
Roses. providers, alternative medicine
Blaylock said she was im- practitioners and.therapists.


al
a support group
east cancer sur-


vivors that meets at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville every 2nd
Tuesday.


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Breast cancer survivor Estella Green shares her inspi-
ration for her Ribbons and Roses bra contest entry
with First Coast News' Jeanne Blaylock. Photos of the
entries will be published in a calendar in October.
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Wilma Schnell shares a few moments on camera
reflecting on her experiences as a breast cancer sur-
vivor with First Coast News' Jeanne Blaylock at the
Ribbon and Roses bra contest.







4 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 10, 2006


FROM THE FLEET

Opportunities Abound

What are you waiting for?


By FLTCM (SW/AW)
Jacqueline L. K. DiRosa
Fleet Master Chief, Commander,
U.S. Fleet Forces Command
I.y ve completed my first
whirlwind week here
at Fleet Forces Com-
mand and the dust still
hasn't settled. As I'm get-
tingoIanizeJ, getting with
the leaders erie'- or Just
getting my computer to
cooperate there's one pri-
ority on my mind getting
ou't.to' the waterfront to
meet and ,talk to Sailors as
soon as possible.
I want to hear your con-
cerns anid-suggestions so
that we can work together
to make this Navy even
better. I plan to take full
advantage of the opprtuni-
ty. I .hI a eJ0fAn :gi.,e iA:td.
serve in this capacity. ,,
I'm a firm believer in tak-.
ing advantage of opportuni-
ties. The .Navy has made
gr.e.at strides in the past
few decades to ensure all
Sailors are given the oppor-
tunifties for a successful
career. Not only liniless in
respect tg race" a t under, '
but the Navy now recog-
nizes t.e importance'of
diversity in respect to abili-
ties and special talents.
The Navy is looking for the
right Sailo' in the right
pla6e foi' .l,' .fight job. ,
Taking advantage of pro-
grams the -Navy. offers ,'aan
assist-you 4eingthe right
Sailor.
What about t, education? "
Are 'you working toward
your degree? That alone
can expand you horizons
and accelerate your ability
to move forward. The Navy
has already made it neces-

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Jacqueline L. K. biRosa
sary for, Chiefs.to earn an
Associates Degree before
advancing to Senior Chief.
It would be wise. for any ..
Sailor planning on a career
in the Navy to begin now to
earn a degree and avoid the
pressure later. If you wait
too long, you may underes-
timate the time it takes to,
earn a degree, and miss out
on advancement. Look to
Navy College, your elec-
titnic training jacket and
'.Navy Knowledge Online
(NKO) to help you" find
direction.
Another important tool to0
assist you in making the
most of your career is the 5-
Vector .Model. This NKO
tool gives you a snapshot of .'
your.career including per-
Asonal and professional
development, leadership,'
certifications and .qualifica-
tions. It offers information
on growth opportunities
and career direction. If you
haven't yet. logged on to
NKO and familiarized
yourself with it, start
today.


It's important to consis-
tently look for ways to bet-
ter yourself and your
career. Taking measures
daily to keep yourself phys-
ically fit, financially sound
and socially responsible are
just a few of the important
ways you can serve your
country and shipmates in a
professional and inspira-
tional manner. The Navy
offers the many benefits of
the Thrift Savings Plan to
help your finances remain
.sound throughout your
career and beyond. Get
physically fit the fun way
by getting involved with
sports "activities through
the 'Morale, Welfare and
Recreation program. And
you cai'increase your own
self-esteem and'leadership
abilities by taking on anri of,
the many volunteer oppor-
tunities on board your ship
or in your community.
The Navy'is .looking for
new 21st century leaders.
Could it be.you?., What does'
it take? ..' .
..The bottomilide is dedica-
tion!',.. resolve' and>t 'fhe
courage to step. up.to the
plate :.and accept a chal-
lengge. I understand that
there' are setbacks. .All
Sailors fac6.c'hallenging
times sooner or, later. But
.those that resolve to over-
come setbacks will move
forward and, with persever-
ance, eventually succeed.
Howr do you find opportuni-
ties? Just. decide what you
want out of the Navy, move
in that direction, and don't'"
let anything get in your
way.
See you on the water-
front.


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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 10, 2006 5


Confession: Good for the soul
By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina ......... p__ f .....


re you a clean freak or are you
more like Charlie Brown's
friend, Pigpen? During the
middle ages, people tended to be more
like Pigpen because they considered
taking a bath hazardous to their
health.
This is because they thought water
spread the bubonic plague and other
diseases. They thought bathing would
open up their pores and expose them
to what they called "pestiferous
vapors," or germs that would pene-
trate the skin and make them ill. As a
result, people tended to take very few
baths. They merely wiped their faces
and hands with a cloth (and used a
lot of body powder).
Even though their bathing habits
left something to be desired, people
did tend to take great care with their
clothing. They believed that so long
as their exterior created an appear-
ance of decency and cleanliness that
it didn't matter if they smelled like a
stable. Aren't you glad that we live in
a more enlightened age? Or do we?
We may not like to talk about our
personal faults and we may not like
to acknowledge the need for a cleans-
ing of conscience. However, from time
to time it is necessary to practice,
some spiritual and emotional
hygiene. While we may be adept at
putting on the mask that all is well,
inside of us the pestiferous vapors of
the soul continue to prowl because we
may be refusing to confess the three
hardest words to speak in any lan-
guage, "I am wrong." To acknowledge


Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
error, to admit weakness or to confess
personal fault is the most difficult of
human response. The exterior may
look "good to go" but the interior may
be in need of some preventive mainte-
nance. Denial of personal fault can
destroy relationships and hinder us
with burdens that stunt our emotion-
al and spiritual growth.
At the opening of Alcoholics
Anonymous meetings each person
introduces him/herself in the follow-
ing'manner: "My name is __ and
I'm an Alcoholic." Now just think for
a minute. What do you think would
happen in our lives and in our world


if we all used the same practice: "My
name is __ and I've been wrong."
Now of course, I'm making an exag-
geration in order to deliver a point.
The point is that any pretense to per-
sonal wrongdoing would be gone if we
accepted personal responsibility. We'd
receive a blessing. There would be a
release and we would start to experi-
ence a sense of personal renewal, as
we make good on past wrong-doings.
St. Augustine once wrote: "Before
God can deliver us from ourselves, we
must undeceive ourselves." Self-
deception hinders the blessings of
God and the possibilities for personal
growth. Self-deception is a stubborn-
ness that refuses to listen and learn.
Self-deception is unconfessed wrong-
doings (pestiferous vapors) crawling
in our spirit. Living in self-deception
is like living with someone who
thinks he doesn't need a bath. While
our unrepentant spirit may say, "I'll
not be brainwashed!" Keep in mind
that it is not a brainwashing so much
as it is a "heart cleansing" that is
needed.
The funny thing about all this is
that the self-deceptions, the personal
faults and un-confessed wrongdoings
are just an "apology" away from being
made right. When we apologize and
assume personal responsibility for
our own actions, we open ourselves to
forgiveness, restoration and a cleans-
ing of the heart!


Photo by MC2(NAC) Kaitlyn Vargo
Lt. Curt Zacker and Lt. j.g. Scott Greer pose with students
and chaperone of St. Mark's Day School's summer pro-
gram, who visited the squadron in late June.
St. Mark's Episcopal

Day School Visits VP-45
By t. j.g. Scott Greer
T he Pelicans of VP- 45 received some youthful
enthusiasm on June 26 when 25 children from the
ages of six to 10 from St. Mark's Episcopal Day
School's summer camp visited the squadron. The kids
visited VP-45 during their day trip to Naval Air Station
Jacksonville.
Upon arrival, the children and their chaperones were
issued ear plugs and given a quick safety brief about
their impending walk on the flight line to board a P-3C
Orion. The group of 25 was split into two sma$ter groups
in order to. provide a more quality tour. The first group
was given a brief on aircrew survival equipment, such
as the Aircrew Integrated Recovery Survival Armor
Vest & Equipment (AIRSAVE), SV-2 survival vests, and
flight helmets. The children seemed to enjoy the chance
to don the same equipment worn by naval aircrew men
and women.
Meanwhile, the other group was led out on to the
flight line to board the aircraft. Once on board the chil-
dren were able to see the onboard camera's video
images at the non-acoustic radar operator's., station.
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S-3B Simulator Instructor Eric Wolber explains the "back seat'
radar and weapons controls to Sea Cadet Justus Leach.


Sea Cadet Sam Kincanon promised his instructor
School.


he would not crash the S-3B flight simulator at Sea Control Weapons


YOUNG SAILORS LEARN ROPES AT VS-22


'Checkmates'

transform Sea Cadets

into plane captains
By Clark Pierce
Stall Writer
'n our members of the Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC)
| recently completed two weeks of advanced naval avi-
ation training at Sea Control Squadron (VS) 22.
The cadets, ages 15 to 17, were assigned to the line divi-
sion as plane captain trainees. They undertook intensive
training to safely learn pre-flight, launch and recovery
procedures for the S-3B Viking.
Lt. Dustin Lehnig, VS-22 line division officer and Naval
Sea Cadet program manager said, "Aviation safety
requirements are always the first order of businesseeso
upon arrival, we teach them how to anticipate and avoid
dangerous situations from the hangar to the flight line."


Sea Cadet Brittney White performs one of more than 60 hand
while plane captain AN Daniel Dennis observes.
I


"Although plane captains tend to be some of the
most junior personnel in a squadron, their
responsibilities cannot be overstated. In addi-
tion to a myriad of inspections, they check
fluid levels, prepare the cockpit for flight, and
are always on the lookout for foreign object
debris (FOD) that could damage the air-
craft," said Lehnig.
"The VS-22 plane captain syllabus nor-
mally takes five to six months for active
duty Sailors to complete. The acceler-
ated Sea Cadet syllabus requires 12 ,
hours or more every day to master
the required knowledge. Each Sea
Cadet is paired with a qualified
plane captain whenever they work
on the flight line," explained Lehnig.
Sam Kincanon (Poseidon Division,
Blaine, Minn.) joined the Sea Cadets
in eighth grade. He plans to attend
the U.S. Naval Academy or a uni-
versity and earn his wings as a
Navy pilot. "This hands-on training
with the Checkmates is really
intense. There are lots of safety pro-
cedures to memorize
and the heat can
wear you down. The hand signals
that plane captains and pilots
use take a lot of practice, but
we're getting it
down."
... Sea Cadet
Nicholas Compton
(a 10th-grader at
Englewood High
School) drills with
Sa7 the Henry B. Cecil
Squadron in
Jacksonville. "I plan
to join the military
upon graduation, so I
figured the Sea Cadets
gives me a head start.
Working alongside squadron
personnel in the line shack is a
great experience. When I complete
this training, I can earn promotion to
in a irman."
Brittney White (a 10th-grader with the
Warrior Division, Douglasville, Ga.)
plans to attend college and train as a
Naval aviator. "Sea Cadets is a great
opportunity to get ahead in life. Our 12-hour
workday at the line division can be exhaust-
ing. Once you learn the procedures, it's a great
feeling of accomplishment to preflight and
launch a bird. Washing planes is not my
favorite jobhebut now I know that corrosion con-
trol is a vital function to squadron readiness."
Sea Cadet Justus Leach is a tenth-grader at
Middleburg High School who drills with the
F.D. Roosevelt Squadron at NAS Jacksonville.
He completed Basic Airman Training before
attending the advanced aviation training at VS-
22. "'Our days with the line crew are long and
hotaebut we're learning a lot by working
alongside the squadron personnel. And the
hand signals take lots of practice."
Like active duty trainees, Sea Cadets
must go before the squadron's plane
captain certification board that con-
sists of the safety officer, mainte-
nance officer, line division officer,
line chief, line LPO and quality
.-. assurance LPO. When they demon-
strate the required proficiency, a
plane captain certificate and uni-
and arm signals form patch are awarded.
The Sea Cadets officer-in-charge of


the advanced aviation training program is Lt. Cmdr. Don
Brammer of Orange Park. "My job is to help the cadets
develop their military leadership skills and to motivate
them to excel. These four cadets have exceeded my expec-
tations, as well as those of the Checkmates. Achieving
plane captain certification in just two weeks is a major
challenge. They can return to their units with a new level
of pride and accomplishment."




WHAT'S




SEiA C(unADE?
The Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) is for American
youth ages 13-17 who want to learn more about the
Navy, Marine Corps,
Coast Guard and o
Merchant Marine.
Participants
wear Navy uni-
forms marked p

should der
misigmnia. The
program
aims to.
instill a 7
sense of pride,
patriotism,
courage and
self-relianceaeas '-.
well as fostering "
teamwork, cania-
raderie and an understanding of the military command
structure.
Sea Cadet units are organized as divisions (surface
Navy), squadrons (naval aviation), or battalions
(SeaBees).
Depending on rate achieved in the NSCC, honorably
discharged cadets may be eligible ;to enlist in the armed
forces at an advanced pay grade.
Selection boards for military a ademies and ROTC
programs also view NSCC particip ion favorably.


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Volunter Naval Sea Cadet Corps officer Don Brammer and former cadet AT2 Manuel. Castro in
front of the S-3 Vikings flown by VS-22.

STARTING CADETS ON RIUGlIT FOOT


By Clark Pierce
Staff Writer
A after 24 years in Marine Corps avia-
tion, 78-year-old Don Brammer is
approaching his 30th year as a vol-
unteer Naval Sea Cadet Corps officer.
"I just love working with young people
who are considering a future with
America's armed forces. Our program has
been at NAS Jacksonville since 1999, and I
frequently meet former Sea Cadets who
trained under my command. One of them,
AT2 Manuel Castro, is assigned to the VS-
22 avionics shop."
Castro joined the Sea Cadets in Miami at


age 14: "It's a great way to learn 'the Navy
way' before you enlist. I spent two sum-
mers at NAS Jax in Commander
Brammer's program at VS-32 and VS-22. I
remember his as a leader who had a lot of
knowledge to share and who wants young
people to start, off on the right foot."
After boot camp, Castro completed AT
School at Pensacola and trained'on the S-3
systems at NAS prior to checking-in with
VS-22.
"Many of the squadron personnel I met
as a Sea Cadet were still here when I came
aboard. Today, it's cool to watch
Commander Brammer's Sea Cadets kind
of walk in my footsteps."


Sea Cadet Nicholas Compton signals pilot to start the port engine.


Sea Cadets Justus Leach (left) and Sam Kincanon move the fire extinguisher to the starboard
engine.


Sea Cadets Nicholas Compton and Sam Kincanon discuss the importance of aircraft washing
and corrosion control with Lt. Cmdr. Don Brammer.


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NPS accepting applications for


Master of Systems Analysis degree


From the Navy Office of
Information


The Naval Postgraduate School
(NPS) is currently accepting applica-
tions through Aug. 15 for officers
wishing to enroll in the fall semester
of their Master of Systems Analysis
(MSA) degree.
The 24-month, part-time program
uses a mix of distance learning meth-
ods designed to prepare students to
apply critical thinking and analytical
skills to key decisions in operational
and staff assignments. The MSA is an
accredited, professional degree
awarded for completing a curriculum
focused primarily on actual practice
of the profession and less on the theo-
retical aspects that are covered more
in depth in the in-resident program.
"This is a wonderful opportunity
for motivated officers who are unable
-to spend two years in Monterey to
.earn a degree that is both relevant
_and in high demand," said Rear Adm.
,Dan Davenport, director of the


Assessments Division on the Chief of
Naval Operations staff and sponsor of
the program. "Now more than ever,
Navy and Joint Staff leaders need
individuals with the skill sets provid-
ed by this curriculum. I strongly
encourage our young officers to take a
look at what an MSA degree can do
for them fi and our Navy."
The MSA program benefits stu-
dents whose career paths are not
compatible with a full-time graduate
curriculum. Students will take two
courses a quarter for eight consecu-
tive quarters, one of which is done
through a Web-based program and
one through video tele-education
(VTE). Web-based classes are facili-
tated week-to-week by instructors,
but students have the opportunity to
complete their coursework on their
own time. The three-hour VTE class-
es meet once a week during the work-
day at a set time.
The program is funded by the
Naval Education Training Command
(NETC), and students are responsible


for only textbooks and materials.
Classes for the Fall 2006-2008 degree
program will begin Sept. 27.
The program is targeted toward
unrestricted line officers in fleet con-
centration areas of Norfolk and San
Diego, as well as Washington, D.C.,
but is open to qualified uniformed
officers and federal government civil-
ians, as well. Prospective students
are required to have a Baccalaureate
degree (BA or BS) and a minimum
grade point average of 2.2.
Additionally, they must have taken
calculus and received a "C" or better,
and be in receipt of a favorable com-
mand endorsement. New MSA classes
will begin each .spring and fall quar-
ter in Washington, D.C. (Pentagon);
Norfolk, Va.; and San Diego.
To apply or for more information,
www.nps.edu/dl/npso/degree_pro-
graams/msa.html or e-mail the NPS
Office of Continuous Learning
Program Manager at oclprogmgr@
nps.edu.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings are
held in Building 612 on Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville
at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and
Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from 9
a.m. 1 p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID #300 meetings are held
the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Oak
Crest United 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.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the sec-
Sond 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
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mation, please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
The 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 activi-
ties. 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 Jack&bnville 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.
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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. Ebr
more information, call 573-4918.
The Cumnmer 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.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society holds their
monthly meetingat the Museum of Southern History,
4304 Herschel Street, Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 19, 2006,
from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 'A tour of the museum and
research in their library is proposed during our-normal
meeting time. For additional information please contact
Mary Chauncey at (904) 781-9300.

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The highlight of the tour, however, was
-getting to sit in the pilots' seats in the
lightt station, where they could operate the
,airplane's yoke and talk on the internal
communication system over an intercom
speaker.
"This is where seven year-old Alan Perry
,determined, "I want to do this when I grow
:up." After each student had a chance to
Zfly," it was time for the group in the


Conference highlighted n
them to be aware of the potential for
errors.
ghlighted the Healthi care Mediator Barbara Moidel,
ation between from the iNational Naval Medical Center,
proved critical Bethesda, Md., also provided valuable
s included slug- information on disclosure to patients or
supervision of their families when an unanticipated out-
g concepts of come occurs.
e family when "We are seeing shifts in the culture about
the audience to disclosing information following an unin-
e continuing to tended event. Unintended events are usu-
;he delivery of ally related to systems failure," she said.
Moidel's remarks illustrated how disclo-
was attorney sure is a process, not a single event and
graduate of the information is provided as it becomes
fornia School of availableJ
ully tried more "[During disclosure] people want three
nd 10 criminal things. First they want information in real
issues in both time. Second, they want an apology or
also served as acknowledgment for what happened.
971. Lastly, they want to know whatever hap-
remely impor- opened to them was not in vain and it will
n't know. It is not happen to someone else."
t what we don't Moidel added, "We are all part of the
u call in a col- same team. Providers are just as devastat-
cialist." ed when something occurs. Patients know
t, he urged the medical errors happen and when errors
Environment occur, they want information from the per-
nd without fear son with whom they have the relationship.
I providers to Disclosure is the right thing to do regard-
ast the obvious less of the consequences to the hospital."
rg encouraged Naval Hospital Jacksonville


n visit VP-45


hangar to see theplane. They were equally
excited by this experience.
Afterwards eight-year-old Preston
Hartung said, "The best part of the field
trip was pretending to fly the airplane."
The tour was a great success for every-
one. Susa Wood, Summer Camp Director,
said, "The trip to NAS [Jacksonville] was
the best field trip we have ever been on
and we look forward to coming back
again!" I


ew electronic medical records system
Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono and make it better for our patients, our
closed the conference by reminding her staff and our health care delivery system."
staff of the personal toll unintended errors Other topics discussed at the conference
take not only on the patient and their fam- were medical documentation and coding,
ily but also on the medical team involved, clinical practice guidelines and the Armed
"Beyond the Headlines is a way to look Forces Health Longitudinal Technology
at our vulnerabilities and mitigate them," Application (AHLTA)Oethe new electronic
said Bono. "We have fertile ground for medical records system that puts patient
improvement, but we are not unique. It information at physicians' fingertips to
happens here and in the civilian world, but help eliminate incidents of missing records
we have a unique opportunity to address it and test results.


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TRICARE benefits enhanced for

active-duty surviving children


From TRICARE Public Affairs
he National Defense Authorization
Act signed into law by the president
on Jan. 6, 2006, provides continua-
tion of the TRICARE Prime benefit at the
active duty family member payment rate
for the children of service members who
died while serving on active duty for more
than 30 days.
Under the new legislation, surviving
children continue TRICARE Prime, Extra
and Standard benefits at the active duty
family member payment rate for the dura-
fion of their TRICARE eligibility. They
may also be able to receive benefits under
the Extended Care Health Option and
TRICARE Prime Remote for Active Duty
Family Member programs.
' "TRICARE Management Activity is
working diligently to fully implement
these new benefits for our surviving active
duty family members," said Dr. William
Winkenwerder, Jr., assistant secretary of
defense for health affairs. "Prior to imple-
ementation, timely guidance and informa-
tion will be sent by the Department to
notify these family members of their eligi-
bility for the retroactive transitional sur-
vivor benefit."
Surviving spouses maintain TRICARE
Prime, Extra and Standard benefits at the
active duty family member rate for a three
year period. At the end of the three year
period, eligible surviving spouses continue


TRICARE Prime, Extra and Standard ben-
efits at the retiree pay rate.
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vivor benefits can begin, the Department
must publish in the Federal Register the
rules necessary for this legislation.
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will be issued to the TRICARE managed
care contractors who process TRICARE
claims. Guidance and procedures for
retroactive claims will be also published.
TRICARE relies primarily on the
Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting
System (DEERS) for eligibility. It is
important that all information in DEERS
be current. To ensure they receive the
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duty families may:
Visit the DEERS Web site to update
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Call (800) 538-9552 or (866) 363-2883
(TTY/TDD for hearing impaired), or
Fax address changes to (831) 655-8317,
or
Visit their local ID card facility (to find a
facility visit DMDC's Rapid site locator), or
Fax address changes to (831) 655-8317,
or mail their new information to:
Defense Manpower
Data Center Support Office
Attn: COA
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Photos by HM 1 Michael Morgan '"
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for Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


HEALTH NOTES


Supplements for athletes can


do more harm than good


By Lt. Sonya Brock
NH Jacksonville Family Practice
Residency Program
A athletes work hard
daily to achieve their
goals. They are
health conscious but may
not always make educated
choices regarding workout
strategies. If you are an
athlete, you may have
thought about adding sup-
plements to increase your
weight, overcome fatigue,
or maximize your perform-
ance. However, you owe it
to yourself to do some
research before putting a
substance into your body.
You can buy some supple-
ments like creatine and
DHEA at any pharmacy or
health food store. Over the
counter supplements like
these are not regulated by
the FDA and generally
have modest, if any, proven
benefit. Other supplements
like anabolic steroids,
insulin, growth hormone
and erythropoietin are ille-
gal without a doctor's pre-
scription and can be dan-
gerous if not used properly.
Still other supplements like
ephedra have been banned
by the FDA because the
risks far outweigh the ben-
efits. It is important to
analyze your source of
information about supple-
ments and make an educat-
ed decision before using
them.
You can find information
about supplements from
friends, trainers, nutrition
stores, magazines, the
Internet, and medical pro-


fessionals. Friends and
trainers speak from person-
al experience or word of
mouth. Their advice may
highlight the benefits if the
experience with the supple-
ment was good or the side
effects if the experience
was bad. At times, friends
may not mention side
effects because of embar-
rassment. Stores and mag-
azines are interested in
making money. They will
slant the message toward
the benefits. Likewise,
Internet sites are designed
to get the consumer to buy
the product. The Internet
also has horror stories of
health problems and lives
ruined. If it sounds too
good to be true, it probably
is. I advise using as 'many
sources as possible when
deciding whether to use a
supplement.
Creatine is a popular
supplement available over
the counter. It is produced
in the liver and stored in
the muscles. Research has
not proven that the crea-
tine you buy works the
same as the creatine pro-
duced in the body. In scien-
tific studies, creatine mar-
ginally increased strength
and weight gain but did not
improve aerobic capacity. It
is probably safe but side
effects include dehydration
and cramping. Kidney
damage can occur if you use
a lot of creatine.
Anabolic steroids like
testosterone are widely
used by body builders, but
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include mood changes
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Practice Residency
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Jacksonville. Dr. Sonya
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degree from Texas Tech
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Medicine. She is a physi-
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Protect your identity


)y Vice Adm. Ann E. Rondeau
director, Navy staff
F raud and identity theft become more
common each day. New "phishing"
scams get Internet users to divulge
personal information such as social securi-
ty numbers, bank account information,
and credit card numbers by posing as legit-
imate business or organizations.
Recent scams have even impersonated
government organizations such as the
Veteran's Administration and Navy organ-'
izations such as Navy Federal Credit
Union and Navy Knowledge On-line.
These scams may use legitimate company
logos to convince their victims that they
are legit, but Internet users must practice


caution when giving out personal informa-
tion.
Navy network users are required to digi-
tally sign any e-mail that asks another
user for personal information. Use of the
digital signature eliminates the sender's
ability to claim they didn't send an e-mail.
Users should check for a digital signature
before releasing information.
If you are solicited for information on a
non-Navy network either by phone, e-mail
or mail, you can call the company that the
person soliciting the information claims to
represent to see if their request is valid.
You can report any suspicious correspon-
dence to your information assurance man-
ager. Never release password, login or pin
numbers via any medium.


Got a consumer problem?
The following are phone numbers of contacts who can help with con-.
sumer problems:
Family Service Center 542-2766
Better Business Bureau 721-2288
State Attorney's Office Consumer Mediation 630-2075
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Gene- homas eomulka
Here are a few moving
tips that might prove
helpful to you and
your family:
Prepare Early In order to
reduce stress that can accom-
pany a permanent change of
station (PCS), it's important
not to wait until the last
minute before preparing for
your move, particularly if one
has orders overseas or during
the summer months when
most transfers take place. As
soon as you are in receipt of
orders, contact your trans-
portation/shipping office and
make an appointment to meet
with a relocation counselor
who can advise and assist you
with your move.
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While government housing
may be available at one's next
duty station, the need or
option to rent or buy a home
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need to be answered early in
this regard are: Are govern-
inent quarters available that
wvill meet your needs given


an easier PCS move


the size of your family and
the amount of household
goods you possess? If you are
interested in buying a home,
are the demographics in the
area supportive of your needs
(e.g., proximity of good
schools, commute distance to
your work site, employment
opportunities for spouse,
increasing real estate values,
etc.). If you plan on renting,
before contacting a realty
company, visit the base hous-
ing office to get a list of apart-
ments, townhouses and
homes for rent according to
areas and price ranges?
Discard Useless Items -
Over the years we all acquire
items that we no longer use
or need. Rather than having
them transported to our new
duty station, donate them to
charity or hold a "yard sell."
This is particularly important
if one has orders overseas or
is moving into a home small-
er than the one that is being
vacated.
Inform family, friends and
businesses of your new
address The U.S. Postal
Service provides forms that
can forward your mail to an
interim address, or directly to
one's new address. First
class mail will be forwarded


up to one year following one's
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family, friends, utilities,
banks and credit card compa-
nies, magazine publications,
and others of one's new
address as soon as one is
resettled Do not be preoccu-
pied with your past duty sta-
tion or unrealized orders -
Some couples and families
,arrive at their new duty sta-
tion and discover that there
may not be certain conven-
iences that were available at
their prior location, such as
restaurants or shopping
malls. Others may be upset
that they were sent to a par-
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as happiness stems from an
appreciation of who we are
and what we have received;
whereas, unhappiness derives
from a preoccupation with
who we are not or what we
have not received; people are
a lot happier who come to
appreciate what their new
duty station has to offer.
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new surroundings, make new
friends, and your new tour of
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Naval Hospital Family Practice & Pediatrics



School & Sports Physicals a hit with families,


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Family Practice and
Pediatric Department's
"School and Sports Physicals
Marathon" for school-age children
was held on July 27 and Aug. 3.
in the Family Practice
Department. The hospital staff
provided physical to more than
750 TRICARE PRIME enrolled
beneficiaries.
School physical are typically
required by most schools before
entry into pre-school or kinder-
garten or if the child is starting
in a new school system
Most schools and club sports
teams (like Pop Warner, etc.)
require a pre-participation sports
physical in order for students to
participate in sports team try-
outs and other physical education
programs. The purpose of this
examination is to ensure the child
is medically cleared to play the
chosen sport.
The hospital's annual "mara-
thon" is a day set aside to provide
school and sports physical to
Navy families. All TRICARE
PRIME patients who have select-
ed Naval Hospital Jacksonville as
their Primary Care Manager are
eligible for the physical.
Though this year's marathon is
over, Family Practice and
Pediatrics can still provide the
physical to PRIME enrolled ben-
eficiaries. If your child is not
enrolled in PRIME you are
encouraged to enroll them and


HM3 (FMF) Bobby Brown takes Michael D. Gore's temper
save the $40 or more that it costs
to get this physical done in a local
doctor's office. There is no enroll-
ment fee for active duty family
members. Schools require that a
form be filled out indicating the
physical were done. These are
available in the clinics.
The marathon also featured
information on a wide range of
health and safety issues, provided
by the Wellness Center, the base
police and fire departments,
Pediatrics, Family Practice, and
other Naval Hospital Jacksonville
healthcare providers.
For information on enrolling in
TRICARE PRIME call 542-9164.
For information on scheduling
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MWR Planner
Mission First, Sailors Always,



For more information call 542-2930
Outdoor Pool Hours.
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 ALERT or brochure
via e-mail?
Send a request to Philip.s.Collins@navy.mil


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!
Now 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!


$40.60 per person


Photo courtesy of MWR
"The Heat is On" Aerobathon is Monday at the Fitness Source
from 5:20 7:30 p.m. Free gifts for all participants! Call 542-
3518 for more information.
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close


For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-
3518/3239
Learn to Lift Weights
9 a.m. on Mondays
4 p.m. on Tuesdays
Call 542-3518/4238 for details.


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


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied Active Duty Members. Call the
Liberty Cove Rec Center for more details, 542-3491.
Free Lesson & 9 Holes of Golf
Today
NAS Jax Golf Course
Daytona Beach Trip
Saturday
Departs Liberty Cove at 9 a.m.
H-O-R-S-E Tournament
August 16 at 7 p.m.
Liberty Basketball Court
Prizes Awarded!
Bush Gardens & Devil Rays Game
September 22-24
$40 per person
Call for details!


Movies are shown at the base theater and open.to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Larry the Cable Guy (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Scary Movie 4 (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Take The Lead (PG-13)
August 18, 7 p.m. The Sentinel (PG-13)
August 25, 7 p.m. The Wild (G)
August 26, 5 p.m. Slither (R)
August 26, 7 p.m. 16 Blocks (PG-13)


For more information on the golf course please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
August 22 for Active Duty
Today and August 24 for Retirees and. Department of
Defense personnel


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3 7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7 p.m.


For more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772


Win CASH! Before & After School Registration
Night Of Joy Going on now at the Youth Center!
Texas Hold'em Tournaments Disney's Magic Kingdom For more information call 778-9772.
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Coping with


Be prepared with the


right portable generator


From Naval Safety Center
Power outages in Florida
leave homes hot, dark and
eerily quiet. Portable gen-
erators can provide temporary
relief by powering up conven-
iences you count on everyday,
such as refrigerators, microwave
ovens, fans and other appliances.
Purchase enough capacity.
When you decide to buy a genera-
tor, make sure it's rated to pro-
vide for the amount of power you
require. Look at the labels on
lighting, appliances and equip-
ment for the wattage that they
consume. Motor-driven appli-
ances listed in horsepower must
be converted to watts. Then add
the total wattage for all the appli-
ances.
Shop for generators that pro-
duce more power than will be
drawn by the combination of
lighting, appliances and equip-
ment you plan to operateaeinclud-
ing the initial surge when power
is turned on.
Be sure to read instructions
that come with the generator to
make sure you operate it within
its limitations for power output.
If your generator does not pro-
duce adequate power for all your
needs, plan to stagger the operat-
ing times of various appliances.
Operate safely. Residential use
of portable generators is growing
rapidlymas well as the sense of
complacency concerning safety.
Besides the comforts that
portable power plants provide,
never lose focus on the safe
installation and operation of your
unit.
If you plan to hook up a genera-
tor to your home wiring, you
must hire a licensed electrician to


ensure that the connection com-
plies with national and local
building codesmand that the gen-
erator is properly groundedoee-
liminating the possibility of elec-
trocution.
NEVER try to power house
wiring by plugging the generator
into a wall outlet, a practice
known as "back feeding." This is
an extremely dangerous practice
that presents an electrocution
risk to utility workers and neigh-
bors served by the same utility
transformer. It also bypasses
some of the built-in household cir-
cuit protection devices.
Locate the generator outside
away from doors and windows.
Provide a minimum of 3 to 4 feet
of clear space on all sides to sup-
ply fresh air for proper cooling
during operation.
When connecting appliances
directly to the generator, always
use heavy duty, outdoor-rated, 3-
prong cords of correct size along
with a surge-protected power
strip. Overloaded cords can cause
fires or equipment damage. And
make sure the cords from the
generator don't present a tripping
hazard.
Gasoline engines give off dead-
ly carbon monoxide (CO), a color-
less and odorless gas, so it's a
good idea to install battery oper-
ated CO alarms in your home.
Under no circumstances is it
safe to use portable generators
indoors or in partially enclosed
areas such as a garage, carport or
Florida room. Opening doors and
windows or using fans will not
prevent CO buildup in the home.
The CO from generators can rap-
idly lead to incapacitation and
death. If you start to feel nau-
seous, dizzy or weak while using


Motor horsepower
%hp
% hp
%hp
% hp
1 hp
7% hp
10 hp


a generatoraget outside for fresh
air right away;
Air-cooled engines run very hot
and can start a fire when in prox-
imity to flammable items. If gaso-


HORSEPOWER-TO-WATTS
CONVERSION TABLE
Watts required to start (initial surge)
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,300
4,000
18,000
36,000


line spills onto a hot engine it
could ignite, so before refueling,
turn off the generator and let it


cool.
Use only


approved safety con-


Watts required to run
215
300
400
575
1,000
4,500
9,000


tainers to stdre fuel. Local laws,
may restrict the amount of fuel.
you can store or where you may
store it. Ask your fire depart-
ment for additional information.


MWR 2006 Basketball Challenge

3-on-3 basketball games are planned for
Aug. 24 at 9:30 a.m. on the outdoor bas-
ketball courts. Each command may
enter two teams of four players (three
players and one substitute). All four
team members must be from the same
command. Players must be registered
by noon on Aug. 18. For more informa-
tion, call 542-2930/3239. Other rules are
as follows:
Single elimination tournament until the
final four and then becomes double elimi-
nation;
Each game is played to 11 points and a team
must win by two points;
20-minute running clock;
Ties broken by first team to score;
Fouls by "Gentlemen s Agreement;"
One timeout per game and no timeouts in
the last two minutes;
First place 100 points, Second place 75
points and Third place 50 points;
25 points for participation per team.


USO PROMOTIONS
Free Phone Cards Are
available to Active Duty
Service Members and their
families. Quantities are
limited, so please stop in
soon!
VOLUNTEER
OPPORTUNITIES
USO Welcome Center at
Jacksonville International
Airport A variety of
shifts are available for vol-
unteers to fill at the USO
Welcome Center at JIA. In
order to keep the center
open 24/7, we're in need of
volunteers for various
overnight and early morn-
ing shifts-particularly
Sunday mornings. If you
would like more informa-
tion or are interested in
volunteering, please con-
tact Lynne at lynne@uso-
jax.com or 305-4467.
CULTURAL CENTER
AT PONTE VEDRA
BEACH
Volunteers are needed to


USO NEWS

help mentor children in an
after school arts program at
Mayport Elementary
school. If you are interest-
ed in this opportunity,
please contact Mary Marx,
executive director of the
Cultural Center of Ponte
Vedra Beach at 280-0117.
HABITAT FOR
HUMANITIES
St. John's County
Habitat for Humanity
homestore Volunteers are
needed to help ready a
space for the new Habitat
homestore. Volunteers will
be asked to paint, garden,
decorate and help cus-
tomers. If interested,
please contact Verna
Brown at 826-3252 ext.
2004 or vbrownhabitat@
bellsouth.net.
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will be providing an in-
school mentoring program
at Mayport Elementary
School beginning in
August. Bigs in Schools is
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ing school hours please con-
tact Candice Clancy at 727-
9797 for more info, and let
her know that you are a
USO volunteer. If you are
interested in this opportu-'
nity, please visit our web-
site for more information:
www.usojax.com
Any questions regarding
USO information can be
addressed to Sonja Kuisch at
sonja@usojax.com or 778-2821.





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Military retirement seminar
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From NAS Jacksonville
Public Affairs
A military retirement seminar will be
held at the Officers' Club, Naval Air
Station Jacksonville, Fla.,
September 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The seminar is open to all military
retirees, spouses, surviving spouses and
military personnel nearing retire ent.
Presentations will cover pay natters,
legislative action and other topics bf inter-


est for military retirees. Booths with addi-
tional information will be manned by offi-
cials from the Bureau of Naval Personnel,
Defense Finance and Accounting Service,
the VA, Naval Hospital, legal services and
various other military organizations.
Entrance to Naval Air Station
Jacksonville requires a current
Department of Defense vehicle decal and
military ID. For additional information,
call (904) 542-2766, extension 128; or
email raojax@nasjax.navy.mil.


NAS Jax CLEP/DSST testing information


From NAS lax Navy College Office
he Navy College Office in partner-
ship with Florida Community
College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) will
now offer College Level Examination
Program (eCLEP) testing and nine Dantes
Subject Standardized Tests (DSST) at NAS
Jacksonville. Eligible personnel may take
exams in the FCCJ computer lab located in
the college office and receive immediate
scores.
The tests listed below are available for
'all personnel at NAS Jacksonville.
Personnel are not required to be an FCCJ
student. The exams are free for military
personnel with ID. Two photo ID's are
required of all personnel testing.
: Unfunded personnel include adult family
inembers of military, DoD employees, and
bther civilians enrolled in the on-base
degree programs. For each test those per-
sonnel will pay a separate, non-refundable
$15 registration fee by check or money
brder made out to FCCJ and a $60 exam
fee by check, money order or credit card.
The $15 fee must be paid no later than 3
p.m. the day before the test date. The $60
exam fee will be paid the day of testing.
Testing at NAS Jacksonville is offered by
appointment* on Wednesday at 8:30 and
10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., and Friday at 10
a.m. and noon.
SCall 632-5020 or e-mail assessme@
fccj.edu to schedule your CLEP testing
appointment at NAS Jacksonville.
Examinees are required to arrive 15 min-
utes prior to the start of the test.
Testing appointments must be made no
later than 3 p.m. the day before your
desired test date.

DSST EXAM TITLES
Principles of Statistics
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Criminal Justice
Principles of Financial Accounting
Organizational Behavior
Principles of Supervision
Here's to Your Health
Environment & Humanity: Race to Save
the Planet
Intro to World Religions

CLEP EXAM TITLES
Composition and Literature
Science and Math
American Literature
Calculus
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
College Algebra


English Composition
Pre-calculus
English Literature
College Math
Freshman College Composition
Biology
Humanities
Chemistry
Foreign Languages French (Levels 1&2)
Natural Sciences
German (Levels 1&2)
Business
Spanish (Levels 1&2)
Information Systems & Computer
Applications
History and Social Sciences
Principles of Management
American Government
Principles of Accounting
Human Growth and Development
Introduction to Business Law
Intro to Educational Psychology
Principles of Marketing
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Intro Psychology
Intro Sociology
Social Sciences and History
U.S. History I: Early Colonization to
1877
U.S. History II: 1865 to Present
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near
East to 1648
Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present

Information and/or practice exams are
available through the following:
https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil or check with
your Career Counselor/Educational Service
Office to see if they have a testing CD
downloaded by the Navy College Office.
Navy College has paper-based practice
tests that can be taken in the Navy College
Office. CLEP study books can be pur-
chased in major bookstores.
Other CLEP exam preparation
resources:
http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test
ing/clep/about.html click on "For
Students", click on "Save Money"
http://www.freeuniv.com/
http://www.istudysmart.com/ DSST
fact sheets
http://www.dantes.doded.mil -DSST
FACT SHEETS click on Examination
Programs on left of screen. Then click on
Fact Sheets/Study Material. Click DSST's.


Photo provided by HS-5
PS3 Victoria Rivera sits at her desk inside the HS-5 administration office. Rivera recently had
the chance to mingle with celebrities during a charity that involved the Pandora's Mighty
Soldiers Clan, a gaming group ofwhich she is a part.


HS-5 Sailor plays with the stars


By LLt Trevor Prouty,
HS-5 Public Affairs Officer
n Saturday, July 29,
PS3 Victoria Rivera
of the HS-5 "Night-
dippers" spent an hour of
her time playing video
games. While this might be
the same manner in which
many sailors chose to spend
their weekend,. PS3 Rivera
and her teammates (one of-
which included Vanessa
Minnillo of "Entertainment
Tonight" and MTV) man-
aged to contribute nearly
$100,000 to two different
charities.
The story actually began
several months prior, when
an all-female gaming clan
known as the Pandora's
Mighty, Soldiers (PMS)
Clan came up with the idea
to raise money for two char-
ities, Women for the World
and Youth Speaks.
"Our group offers a safe
and fun playing environ-
ment for other female
gamers, which provides
both entertainment and,
social interaction," said
Rivera. "The team's size
fluctuates, but normally
[we have about] four hun-
dred female members from
across the United States
and the world."
After the team conceptu-
alized the idea for the com-
petition, Rivera drafted a
proposal regarding the
competition and its social
worth, and then presented
it to Verizon, who became
the event's sponsor. As
part of the program, twelve
teams of two vied for the
title of champion gamer.
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of its members with a
celebrity, and then estab-,
lished the rules for the
competition. All twelve
teams played a free-for-all
first person shooter video
game, competing against
the other players.
The event sponsors set
the time limit at one hour,
and the judges declared
whichever team that had
accumulated the most
points the winner.
According to Verizon
Spokesman Brian Angiolet,
"[This competition] week-
end has celebrities like Ms.
Minnillo participating in a
cutting-edge cultural event
in support of worthy caus-
es."
Rivera noted that, "While
Ms. Minnillo was not the
best gamer in the world,
she was an extremely nice
person and I really enjoyed
all the time I spent with
her." Nightdipper PS3
Rivera's superior talents


carried her team, and the
judge awarded both her
and Ms. Minnillo the sec-
ond-place trophy, making a
fantastic ending to this
worthwhile event.

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Hurricane preparedness:


Include pets in your plans

Fro, The Humane
of te United States V
TIhe Himane Society of
ithe .Urited States
-L urge$ all pet owners to
make preparations now to
care for-their pp.ts in the .
wake of news that this hurri-
cane season could be even
worse than last, and the con-, '
tinued .ireat of flooding,, -
earthquales -and wildfires.
All..families with pets should have an emergency. '
emergency supply kit for each of their pets. *Have plenty of plastic bags and newspa-
A three-day supply of food and water, pet pers as well as containers and cleaning
medications,and. leashes and harnesses supplies to help deal with pet. waste.
shobld be packed into a waterproof con- Puppy training pads are also useful for
trainer. VetAiary;recods, a current photo this purpose.
and: a few small toys should also be includ- *Listen to the radio and don't come out
ed. '. of your shelter until'you. know it's safe.
Depending on the situation, local author- If your local government orders an evac-
ities will determine the best action for uation, take your animals with you and
local residents, either' by asking citizens to follow'these tips:
either stay in place, or evacuate to a safe *Learn your official evacuation routes
area. from your local authorities and media and
If the"situatiorr required you to stay in know in advance where to go.
place, close your windows and doors, stay *Don't wait until the last minute to evac-
inside and follow these tips: uate, especially if you have horses or other
*Bring your pets indoors as soon as local large animals or if you have several pets.
authorities say there is an imminent prob- *Be ready to take your family, your pets,
leitpKeep, pets under your direct control so and your emergency kits with you.
that if you have to evacuate, you will not *Make sure your pets will be welcome,
have to spend time trying to find them. whether at a motel or a friend or relative's
*If you. have, a room you can designate as house.
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a safe room,: put your emergency supplies,
there in advance, including your pet's crate
and` supplies. Basements or inside rooms
are" preferred, depending on the type of

Resolve workplace disi

Let mediation bring
FroM Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Pauic Affairs
W while conflict is a normal part of
our daily lives,' it can often be an
uncomfortable experience, espe-
cial.y when it involves the. workplace.
Whenp ou find yourself in a dispute with a
fellow employee; manager, or other col-
league, mediation can help you resolve
is-Ues in a private, confidential and timely
manner. . .
Th~a~c lyJoi'i process is an informal one
thahuses a neutral third party known as a
nme actor to facilitate resolution of the dis-
puteO.'.The mediator has no power to make
a .deci-.ion or force one on any party;
inst.Led. the mediator works with all par-
ties,to reach a v1 ntary agreement of
their own maki g;.'': .. -
The. process usually begins with.a joint
session. During"the first meeting, the
mediator will explain the process and how
it Works, and will answer any questions
the parties may have. After each party
has, had a chance. to tell his or her side of
their ii.tthn,medjiator..may ask questions
to clarify or elaborate on a particular topic.
After.the first joint session, the mediator

Get yourself in 'shipshap


By'Kaylee Ltaocque

T T'T itli the next physi-
l] dca. readiness test
.:V (PRT) right
around the corner, now
might be a-good. time to do
a self-assessment on ydur
physical being. Have you
slapked off on your exercise
program and gained a few
unwanted pounds by eating;
mor~4unk food? If so,, help
is available to get you back
on-: track through the
ShipShape Weight Manage-
ment P'rogramn offered at
the Naval Hospital Jax
Wellness Center. "
The five-week, Bureau of
Medicine 'and. Surgery-
approved program focuses
on new ways to change
habits that promote weight
loss .and successful weight
maintenance.. "This pro-
gram is designed to help
people lqse weight. It's 90
minutes of lecture once a
week for five weeks. We
cover different topics each
week," explained Regis-


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Photos provided by VP-30
CMDCM(AW/SW) Gary Dryer delivers insight on Navy life during a question and answer ses-
sioriWith Recruit Division 203 in their barracks.


VP-30 mentors Navy recruits

Helps Recruit
Training Command ,
reduce attrition rate i
by 50 percent '


For more information, including tips for o-. develop better- B B
preparing horses and livestock, visit The -" '. informed Sailors with
HSUS Disaster Center at www.hsus.org/ J realistic expectations
disaster. of what is in store for them
in, the fleet, VP-30 Com-
urtes: niand Master Chief Gary -. :..
Dryer and other volunteers '
the pieces :together made four visits to Recruit
Sthe pieces together Training Command (RTC) '
Great Lakes, from May to
may meet with each party separately (cau- July, to help train Recruit VP-30's AMCS(AW) Peter Kent It
cus) to discuss the issues in greater detail Divion 203. PT session in preparation of t i
and to gain a better sense of how the par- "T.he Division Sponsor- Assessment.
ties would like the issueresolved. ship Program helps im- with a VP-30 Command
During these joint ard private meetings, prove RTC coordination Pennant and VP-30 work-
the mediator will explore with the par ties with the Navy recruiting out shirts. After the cere-
various options to reVplving the dispute. -network and the fleet," said mony they held a question
The goal of mediation,is to reach a mutual-. Dr)yvr. -Under this pro- and answer session to pro-
ly agreeable resolution. gram. fleet commands send vide motivation and quell
Mediation is confidential. No written, senior enlisted leaders to the recruits' anxieties
record will be made 'of the mediation RTC to. work with a recruit about Navy life.
process, division throughout their On June 16, the team
So you may ask yourselff, "is mediation. ,:..*ine weeks of basic train- observed Division 203 dur-
right for me?" ,-ig. It allows fleet interac- ing Physical Fitness
To assist in choosing' whether or not 'tion and feedback to help Assessment (PFA) Day.
mediationis an appropriate Alternative;. prod.ice. Sailors with clear Kent, AW1 (AW/NAC)
Dispute Resolution process for your dis-l expectations of what to Cannon and AM1 (AW)
pute, you should consider the following: expect when they receive Echeverry ran along with
Does the case involve 'continuing rela- their -first fleet assign- their recruits. This show of
tionships? ,, ment." teamwork helped motivate
Do the parties involved want it settled -The Division Sponsorship Division 203 to pass their
confidentially and informally?. Program ont of several pro- final PFA with zero defi-
Have the parties indicated that they g'ams and initiatives that ciencies.
would like to have 4asay in shaping an have-enabled RTC Great PRC. (AW/SW) Mike
agreement? Lakes to. slash its attrition Johnson and AW1
For more information contact Lete'sia rate :by 0 percent. (AW/NAC) Bishop visited
Hawkins at lekesia.hawkins@navy.mhil or The VP-30 team first met on July 21 to rally the
542-2297. Division 203 at their corn- recruits during the arduous
missioning ceremony on "battle stations" evolution
e' at the Wellness Center May.27. Cmdr. McKinney, that challenges them physi-
... CMDCM (AW/SW) Gary call and mentally.
cian Cheryl Participants are given sup- Dryer, AMCS (AW) Peter Johnson and Bishop provid-
port informationl,and are Kent, ATI (AW/NAC) John ed encouragement through-
week we dis- weighed in a final time. ,Mlarkee,; and AW1 out the evolution that
nes, healthy While the program is vol- .AW/NAC) Tony Bishop began at 1900. It ended the
s how many untary. for active duty presented the 95 recruits following day at 0800 with
deduct to lose members aboard NAS, Jax
making healthy -and in tenant commands, Out in town need a ride Club
drinking wa- ShipShape isinow mandato- d lu


ter," said Masters. "The
second class covers what to
buy at the grocery store,,
how 'to cook, shop, fast
foods, label reading."
Guest speakers are also
brought in 'to give partici-
pants some different
aspects to staying healthy.
"We bring in an exercise
physiologist during the
third week to talk about
different exercise programs
and their benefits. The next
week a psychologist dis-
cusses emotional eating,
and the behavioral compo-
nents of how to handle
binges and cravings."
In the last class of the
five-week session, Masters
talks about how to handle
lapses and relapses and
how to continue to lose
weight after the program.


ry for thdse Working at the
Naval Hospital Jax who
have a first time failure on
the PRT. "Those who fail
for the first time on the
base, are given a self-study
weight control book from
their command fitness
leader. They are not
required to go through the
ShipShape Program, but
anyone can sign up, regard-
less if they are overweight,"
stated Masters.
All classes are free for
active duty members, fami-
ly members, retirees and
Department of Defense
employees. Participants
must sign up and register.
For more information on
the ShipShape Program or
to sign up, call the
Wellness Center at 542-
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NAS Jacksonville has a program
called Club 2000. Anyone who is
impaired and in a bar, club, lounge,
or private residence within St. Johns,
Baker, Nassau, Clay or Duval counties can
call the NAS Jacksonville OOD office at
542-2338. You will be provided a taxi ride,


eads Recruit Division 203 inma
eir upcoming Physical Fitness


an emotional ceremony
where the recruits swapped
their "recruit" ball caps for
"Navy" ball capsmesymboliz-
ing their transformation
into Sailors.
On July 29, Dryer, Keit
and Bishop attended
Division 203's graduation
where Dryer served as
reviewing officer for the
Pass-in-Review and deliv-
ered a short speech. Z
Dryer was enthusiastic
about how the RTt
Division Sponsorship
Program give recruits 1
head start in their adjust-
ment to Navy culture. "Boct
camp has come a long way
since my day. Recruits aie
getting less of the abstract
and more of the practical
skills they will need in the
fleet. I know the recruits
benefited from the support
we provided."
VP-30 Commanding
Officer Capt. Tim Brewer
agreed with Dryer and has
volunteered to sponsor
another RTC division
beginning August 9.

2000 can help


paid for by the station, to your home witE-
in the same five counties. o
Anyone (including civilians) in an ori-
base facility can have the club bartender
assist in contacting the OOD.
Club 2000 cards with this phone number
can be obtained from MWR in Building 1.


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Jax NNOA awards recognize scholastic excellence


By Lt. Cmdr. Herlena
ashington
NNOA scholarship/banquet chairperson
June 3 was a day of giving
back for the Jacksonville
chapter of the National
Naval Officers Association
(NNOA). The NNOA participat-
ed in numerous community ini-
tiatives throughout the year but
Were recognized during the 2006
Samuel P. Massie Scholarship
banquet in June.
' Members are from the local
bases including, NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport, NSB
Kings Bay and MCLS Blount
Island. More than 80 partici-
pants volunteered in the
Jacksonville community includ-
ing places such as the Duval
House, a group home for boys
that the organization mentors.
- During the banquet, the
Jacksonville NNOA Chapter was
'awarded scholarships recognizing
the scholastically achievement of
five recipients. This year's
Chapter President, Lt. Cmdr.
Charles Robinson was proud of
the tradition of awarding young
high school seniors.
This year's award recipients
were: Brittany Desmond, a
Keystone Heights High School
student with a GPA of 4.42 who
received a $1,000 award; Edward
Mercado, a student at Andrew
Jackson Senior High School who
maintains a 4.0 GPA who was
awarded an $800 award; Tiffany
V. Robinson, a Stanton College
Preparatory School student has a


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Jacksonville area National Naval Officers Association members with Commander; Navy Region Southeast Rear
Adm. Mark Boensel at this year's scholarship banquet.
GPA of 3.9 who received a $600 honor of Dr. Samuel P. Massie Pine Bluff. He earned his
award; Alethea Owens, a student who was born in North Little Masters Degree at Fisk
at Fleming Island High School Rock, Ark. on July 3, 1913. He University in Tennessee, and
with a GPA of 4.8, and Ishmal R. graduated from high school at the completed his doctoral studies at
Lewis, a student at Ridgeview age of 13 and graduated Summa Iowa State University in Ames,
High School with a GPA of 4.88, Cum Laude at the age of 18 from Iowa. In 1966, he became the
both received $500 awards. A.M.N. College of Arkansas, now first black professor at the United
The banquet is held annually in the University of Arkansas at States Naval Academy, where he


taught chemistry and co-founded
the Black studies program, until
his retirement in 1994.
Massie's 50 years of commit-
ment to inspire young people to a
better future through educational
excellence is reflected by the
accomplishments of his numerous
students who have blazed trails
in every field of endeavor.
Members of NNOA are proud of
their ability to honor Dr. Massie
and to encourage academic excel-
lence. The members of NNOA
are particularly proud of this
event because they also strive to
inspire young people in educa-
tion.
The guest speaker tor the
event, Rear Adm. Mark S.
Boensel, commander of Navy
Region Southeast, graced the
audience with a themed discus-
sion of "Preparing the Youth of
Today to Face Challenges of
Tomorrow." He spoke of recog-
nizing and moving beyond the
blame game, taking responsibility
for your thoughts, respecting oth-
ers boundaries, spreading harmo-
ny, practicing humility, choosing
how you react, seeking solutions
that benefit everyone, recognizing
and moving beyond doubt, recog-
nizing your authority over your-
self and modeling the posture ox
objectives you want to achieve.
To find out more about this
organization, visit the national
Web site at http://www.nnoa.org
or contact Lt. LaDonna Sampson.
at 542-7704/05, regarding mem-
bership.


DoD sexual assault prevention and response Web site available 24/7


By Jim Garamone
American Forces Press Service


Service members who are victims of
sexual assault or who need infor-
mation on the Department of
Defense (DoD) policy on preventing sexu-
-al assaults can find the information at a
,new Web site.
- The site, launched by Joint Task Force
(JTF) Sexual Assault Prevention and
Response, is a consolidated place to go to
for information, said Air Force Brig. Gen.
'K.C. McClain, the commander of the JTF.
The site has links to all the services'
websites related to the sexual assault
-issue. It spells out what people can do if


they are victims of sexual assault, the
general said.
The designers of the new site, which
went live this week, had to name the site
with the initials of the organization -
sapr.mil rather than something like
"sexualassualt.mil" because too many
firewalls would block out a request under
that name, the general explained.
The site is more than just a reporting
site. If an individual has questions about
the policy, the answers are available on
the Web site.
"Because it is a DoD site, one could
access this one site and get the overarch-
ing information," McClain said. "Since we


link to the service Web sites, an individ-
ual could get that information, too."
If a commander or a first sergeant has
questions, this site should provide the
answers; but if not, they can send an
email via the site and a Joint Task Force
member will answer.
McClain said the group already is
thinking of improvements.
"We will add other things as we get
them done," she said. "We're readying a
commander's checklist on sexual assault
prevention, for example."
To access the JTF Sexual Assault
Prevention and Response website, visit
www.sapr.mil.


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Hurricanes and trailer boats:

Tips for getting out of harm's way


Bad to the Bone?


From the Boat U.S.
Trailering Club
With above average
storm activity pre-
dicted for this
year's hurricane season,
recreational boaters could
again have a hard time
staying out of harm's way.
But as national boat reg-
istration numbers show,
most recreational boats in
the U.S. are 21 feet or
less and typically
easier to trailer
out of a
storm's
path. The
August issue
of BoatU.S.
Trailering
magazine has
information on
planning a trailer boat
exit strategy for going over
the road. Here are some
tips to help:
Have some "safe house"
options: Knowing hurri-
canes can veer from their
predicted paths, research
and identify several differ-
ent inland locations that
could possibly shelter
your boat from rising storm
surge, rain or wind dam-
age. These could be indoor
storage facilities, outdoor
storage yards, industrial
buildings, or even a


friend's garage.
Location, location, loca-
tion: The ideal storage
location has a higher
elevation to avoid flood-
ing from predicted storm
surge the leading cause of
hurricane boat damage.
It also includes structures
built to "hurricane code"
and d
loca-


tions far
enough inland to take
advantage .of the weaken-
ing of the storm as it trav-
els over land.
Have Spare Parts: You
don't want to be forced to
leave your boat on the
side of the road if the
trailer breaks down. Now
is the time to purchase a
spare trailer tire with
hub, road hazard/tire
repair kit, tire inflator and
"bearing bras" that pro-
tect the hubs from water
intrusion. Make up a trail-
er
boat evacuation kit with


water, radio, flashlight, dry
food, batteries or
anything else you may
need if you're stranded.
Have enough gas:
Driving long distances in
stop-and-go traffic can eat
up gas. Have extra con-
tainers (approved for gaso-
line) available and top


off before you go.
-Leave. Early: Last
minute departures means
traffic jams. By being well
prepared you can leave
early when traffic volume is
lower.
A free Hurricane
Resource Center for boaters
at BoatUS.com/hurricane
includes vital hurricane
tracking features including
up to the minute forecasts
and unique "spaghetti"
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From NAS Jacksonville College
Office
Registration for FCCJ's 2006 fall
term (Aug. 28 to Dec. 12) is ongoing
through Aug. 28. If you have not
been able to get into the class you have
wanted in the past, we highly recommend
early registration to reserve your seat.


A college placement test is required for
math and English courses. Allow 48 hours
for Navy College to process your tuition
assistance form. The list of classes below
will be held on board NAS Jacksonville.
Tuition cost is $66.40 per credit hour. For
assistance, please call the FCCJ base cam-
pus at 771-3979.


FCCJ Course List
8/25-12/15
Course # and Day Course Title Ref # Instructor Bldg/Room
ENC1101 M English Comp. I 237465 Crapps, G 4/117
ENC1102 W English Comp. II 237467 Crapps, G 4/117
HUM2450 W Humanities in the Americas 238748 Macklin, J 4/116
MAC1105 W College Algebra 237466 Myers, J Brig
MAT0024 R Elementary Algebra 238143 Kroft, G Brig
MAT1033 M Intermediate Algebra 237464 Lorenzo-Luaces, F Brig

8/25-10/22
Course # and Day Course Title Ref # Instructor Bldg/Room
AMH2020 M U.S History to 1865 239226 Bolin, J 966/254
BSC1005 M/W Life in its Biol. Environment 240253 Green, M 966/253
CCJ1010 W Into to Criminology 240207 Dutcher, G 966/261
CGS1060 M/W Into to Computers 240256 Morrissey, G 110/Lab
ENC1101 M/W English Comp I 240258 Ledbetter, W 966/211
ENC1102 T/R English Comp II 241489 Chambliss, M 4/117
EVR1633 T Hazardous Mat.
Emerg. Response 241562 Argo, R 966/261
GEB1011 T/R Into to Business 241547 Morris, R 966/253
HUM2210 T/R Humanities: The Foundations 241507 Macklin, J 4/116
MAT0024 M/W Elementary Algebra 240250 Baltimore, A 966/251 K
MAT1033 T/R Intermediate Algebra 241565 Baltimore, A 966/251
PSY1012 T/R General Psychology 241230 Logan, J 966/211
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20 a JUAr NHWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 10, 2006
S InesmeCondominiums Houses
380 ropertie 410 Condominiums 420 Unfurnished
S. PONTE VEDRA BEACH Atlantic Beach 2/2
Luxury New Penthouse,, AtlantIc Beach 2/2
Great Ocean Views, 3/3, .I Berber carpet, fire-
2000sf, Gated Comm, gar p'place, vaulted ceilings,
elev. fpl, patio w/grgl, gar. w/d hookup,
granite tops, W/D, etc. fenced yard. not.
Serenta Bch Club aval. $700mo. 22 2 Ing.
A $2800m. 904,613.7204 ATLANTIC/GIRVIN
S'SIDE 1200sf, 2/1.5, I Newly remodeled
ATLANTIC APITAL New AC k. In closet, lakefront 3/2,
Eat n kit. Shady patio, well & apnkler ys,
l-i-HtIo|IIVL=zP`1a $1050. No pets. 737.6948 fenced, backyard,
S'SIDE Wolf Creek off $117gmo.8945r15
Rehab Draw Up Front Beach Bvdm brand new S
*No Pre. Pay Penalties 2/2, $100/mo. Call BARTRAM SPRINGS 4/3
*No Junk Fees Roxanne 904.4065500 3cg, w/amenltles 2400sf
*n36.Hour Cosings Lease or lease opt.
Highest % LTV ST. AUG BCH: 1BR Ocean $1500mo. 407.43535 3527
No Money Down front, htd pool, beach
$1000. 904483 7617 S/A 2600sf, home
HarMoyTqnle t| largelot In ute.
Ma ThW.' subdmvsion minimum,
-aP Abc I M ,1'" 6mth. lease S1400month.
904,737.0144 'IOOmtaO3Om 1Call 912-266-4295
S c9043l a7006 CLAY,SilverCrk 4/2.
WWW.acafla.COm | all orick. cul de sac lake
Liconwo n e 10lot. great schools
Lender # L0000 4767 St. Johns Co. Twnhse 1250m. rs 2 86
3/2.5 all appis, w&d EAGLE HARBOR -4/2 5
ATTENTION INVESTORSI1 $m1160/m0. JCP 2400sf, clubhouse amenl
Let me make yourob amentes 9042301335 ties, Aug Rent Free Pets OK
easier. Call me today WILLIAMS WALK @ $16S0mo 477-6311
for the best investment BARTRAM PARK Eagle Harbor area. 3/2,
deals possible. Expect New, unfurn 1 bdrm new pain, crpt. lakie
to double your inven- luxuryexec condo. fro nt, weI k to1c3h;
tory. Financing avail. Watervlew. Fabulous
Cl 904 -208 -8930 amenities & near 1-95 & $400mo. 904614 5256
or 904*-470-0004 Publix complex FEMING ISL He
$6951(904)807 0932
Beautiful newly renvt'd aa hcmerentalaii5.c.r offIce, sta iless It.,
guad-plex In Historic ,'a e4569 ey gae a
Riverside. Generate _
a3000/mo Grt Invest 415 Houses 9 04414,l
45Kneg 9044349094 15 Furnished FlemIsl/Orange PK brand
DIFFERENT LOCATIONS new 3,3+gar pond viev,
-3br brk house. 3 sepa 2671 Tuscany Glen OH
rate lots. $50k negoa ASHEVILLE, NC3br,2b College 120 1400m
liable 764.6650 nreatlhse &o. oc.Moun RolOpten.12 $1400
abe 764ie50s,shor term, RTO Option. 626 4200
NSIDE, Fixer Upper, $2200mo 828-768-8189 FT. CAROLINE/COBBLESTONE
1517 F kda Ave. Orange Pk Gorgeous 3/3 3/2 $1195, Porch, 1460SF
www.ad A lomesom fuliy furn'd. Golf crse, 2 Car Gar, Fpic, 1 Yr Renov.
SA R7m 39n 3540
904768-3324 607-8745 pool, lake view, utplvi uIncl V-
$1500m. 909-684-8184 ICW -Kensington, 3/2,
Real Estate1400sf, good schis,
9m I Wanted 420 Unfurnished 1st + sec. 904 997-9553
INTERCOASTAL Dan
ANGELO BUYS 3039 RosselleStreet. Forth 2000SF 3br/2ba,
HOUSES CASH 3/2.799.w/dnnew poo,FLrm 2 carar,
Any cond, handyman, 1 ncarpet,newac,new $1775/mo. 904294.8433
fire damaged, pant 799 ded it, JAX BEACH 2/1 DUPLEX
distressed vacant or automatc deducton 30' to bch access ocean
occupied ANYWHERE, available. 314-3811 view. $1095 & 1i95mo
ANY CONDITION..
Apts/comm'l/resldentlal 4/2. Fireplace, 904-725-3359
NO DEAL TOO BIG or a Inground po, Ir. MANDARIN BEAUTIFUL
TOO SMALL Ill L/ yard, f.r, r2 car 4/2, Lakefront Home
Quick closings or rae avail 8/1/06. PrestigiousNeighbor
904- 626- 1636 $10m. 11220.7073or hoodc Great Scils.
904- 813- 5253 2347653 PCS mov $2200mo. 904-881-9020
NEW COMPANY A 0 Down U OWN Mandarin New Bartrum
NEW COMPANY AllAreas 1st Mo. FREE Sprlngs 4/3/2 wtrfrnt
IN TOWN EZ QUALIFY 246sf$1750m 866 1939,
LOOKING TO BUY OR LEASE Call the Hotllne 388.1208 710 5864 or 673.4005
HOUSES IN THE ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM, Mandarin 3/2 fp, granite
JACKSONVILLEAREAn S t REPLACE, SCREENED PATIO, kit counter tops, new
Any Pie Any Condition. SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD. crpt & tile $1200. 10339
888.450.5S05 REF REQUIRED $995 778.2897 Dockslder Dr E. 662.6824
.' Argyle 4/2, off Argyle MAND/BARTRAM 2/2.5
Forest Blvd. 8552 Ban- Brand new TH, gated
dera CIr.W, newly remod comm, pool 2 story,
$1150. NO HUD. 687-4962 $1000m. 904.923-7877
ARLINGTON/SOUTHSIDE MARIETTA 1/1 $495 & $395
^Bnew construction 3/2, ch&a, WD Hkps, Carpet
1200SF, $lOOOmo. Poss. ExpwyAccess, Kitchen Equip
Real Estate RTO. Cal 904866.3213 VANSANDT RE 3893540
SE ARUNGTON 3/2 $850 MIDDELBURG -brand
for Rent ch&a, Kit Equip. FR, Fence new 4/3, $1500mo. Call
Storage, LrgBk Yard, Brick, 9-708-5043
400 Apartments VANSANDT RE 389 93540 0
Furnished Fleming Island New MURRAY HILL 2/1HOME
40 Apartments Home 4/2, 1800SF Aug Renovated, ulet, Clean
410 Condominiums rent free, pets ok, $12SOmo. Block, $850/mo.
412 Retirement 477-6311 904.662.6158


communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
S430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
Resorts
445Storage/Mini-
Lockers
450 Management/Rental
Services
455 Wanted to Rent

400 Apartments
UFurnished
AVONDARL -REGENCY INN
WEEKLY SPECIALS!*
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
405 Apartments
Unfurnished
AVONDALE Studio
Apartment, river view
$450 month. 612-7073
AVONDALE Historic dis
trict. Brick duplex 2/1
hdwd firs, ch&a. w/d
$900 mo. 904-9947740
MANDARIN 2BR/28A
condo New, gated, pool,
No pets. Appi incld.
$895mo. 904.545 1999
NORTHSIDE-1, 2,3 br
apts avail, based on
Income. Call 764-0561
or 765-0086 EHO
Need a Place NORTHSIDE
STo Hang $550 -$760
Your Ha? 1,2&3BR's
-t? AveilableI
904.757*0240
Ashley Park
Apartments
Orange Park 2br/2ba
wetbar, frplc, attic fully
equip kit, fnc bck yc,
$650m 904, 294 6903
RIVERSIDE -big 2br,
CH&A, good cond, $675.
387-6526/ 612-2468
Riverside 3633 College St
2/1 newly renovated
, $750m + $750dep no
pets 387.2146/465.4167
RIVERSIDE
SNear 5 points, 1/1 ch&a,
No pets $595. 380.4441
R'SIDE 2/2 + lovely Dup
wd hu, dw, hdwd fl, fp,
prch, 4 closets+extras
960mo. 904-387.2967
SAN MARCO -HISTORIC
Unique restored lofts.
Close to Sq, fr $1050
www.theloftssanmarco.com
1450 Flagler 396-9601
SAN MARCO
1 BR near Baptist
318-8377 or 724- 7986
SAN MARCO
1&2BRSpeclalI
CALL 398 -9492
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET?
REF REQUIRED $595 78-2897
W'SIDE off 103rd Nice
2br, ch&a, $600m Incl
water. Hud ok. Conv. Ioc.
Call 904262.6021

410 Condominiums
ARL- Merrill Pines
New 3/2 all appil. +
front load w/d, pets
ok.. Avail nowi PCS
$1000.270-6010
A ARL- New 2/2 Merrill
Pines Condo, 1118sf
2nd fir, with w/d avail
nowi $1250mo.
696-7968
BAYMEADOWS/Overlook
3/2 Avail Now $1150m,
wtr, cable Incl. 1 yr
lease req'd 904-538.0981
BEACHES -2/1, 4 biks to
bch. newly renovated,
hardwood firs, CH&A,
$1000mo. 338-1880
I CW- 1/1 condo. w/d,
toolgngara
SHodges, near each,
20 minutes to bases,
$900mo. 904-382-3595
INTERCOSTAL WEST
2/2.5, $915mo wtr/cbl
SIncl. WD, pool, gated,
storage. Matt 338.7586
NATURES HIDEAWAY
-New 2/2, $139,900, $5k
min down, Rent or RTO,
$900mo. 766446
OCEANFRONT NEW 3/3
2471sf, Grt view from Ig
ocean lanal. Designer
finishes, 2 pools, club,
fit cntr, gar, sec. 616.1527
O.P. BRAND NEW TWNHSE
w/gar 2br/2.5ba with
bonus rm, cul-de-sac
$950m 465 1318
PONTE VEDRA
Ocean Links
2/2 unfurn'd, LT,
terrific location., pool
fitness & tennis court. I
$1100mo 904 285-0416
PONTE VEDRA BCH 2 / 2
gated comm. newly
renov, All new apples, 5
star amenities, Great
loc. 1904 894 1798
PVB 3/2 w/gar. All new.
Beach access. $1500m+
dep. 285.6283/626.6283
wwwjoypropertles.org
SOUTHSIDE Landings at
Belle Rive. lbr/lba, wtr
view. $850mo, w/d incl
Rent/RTO/Buy. 910 7046
SOUTHSIDE 2/2.5 gated
comm lake view, WD,
scrnd patio $1150mo,
7556818 or 223.6604


420 Houses
420V Unfurnished
Murray Hill 2/1 Newly
Remod 4814 Headley
Ter. off Cassett $750mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
N. Jax Best Loc, brand
new 4/2 2000+sf, great
view on lake/nat. presv.
10153 Lancashire Dr.
$1195m. 91684163551
NORTHSIDE Lake Forest
3/1, ch/a, new cpt &
tile, w/d hu, nice deck,
gar. $825m 904.287.7888
SN'SIDE- 5/3.5. 3000sf,
l3car gar, $1600mo plus
0L n uti Cal 200-5107/
757-0487 PCS orders
N'SIDE Be a home owner
3/1, RTO $780m, ch/a,
w/d hkp, gar. needs
stable Income. 393.9031
4908 Sliver St.
Oakleaf Plant. New &
Ready. Lease-to-buy.
1800sf.3000sf $1500-
$2000m 516-660.2709
OP/EAGLE HARBOR
like new 3/2, comm
activ, new paint, N'bor
Schis $1225m. 282.8301
OP/EAGLE HARBOR
1717 Waterford Landing,
3300sf, 4/3.5, $2800m.
on gclIfcre 904 616 9975
OP,'FLEMINO ISL. Rent to10
own. 2363 Cook Pine Ln.
New 32, 2cg. $1650m
95.l 295 314,,7914.692
OP/Jax boarder beauty
rul 3/2 i/pool on cut
de sac. exterior ne%,vl)ly
palnte. great schools
1250mo 904-881 9020
OPNAS AREA
(2) 2/I's.
$650m+l300dp:
904 504 1773
D ORTEGA HILLS SD
S 4832 OAKSIDE 3/1.5.
v small home, fenced
yrd, no nets, quiet
area, central h/a.6 or 12
mo lease $775. 777-5690





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420 rlHouses 425 Manufaclured
42 Unfurnished 4 Homes
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT. .l fJ
3250 M llpond Ct.
3/2,crnr culdesac lot Nice 2 and 3 B 'R moolle
$1200m. 904-616-9975 homes call 695 2255
Orange Park 2951 Dakota Mlddleburg 4.'2 on 1.5ac.
Dr 32065. 2500sf.4/2, deck. carport, ch&a
hrdwd & tile..$125m VI C fenc. lawn mein*
Realtor904-215,833 1200 neg 321 624 9784
ORTEGA FARMS -lbr, AC. St Augustine, near air.
all elec, clean uiet, ort 3/2. chia 5550m
360mo, + dep Ro Wogs. $,6500ep 'tr softener.
93-3393 pestcontrl 2petsni3
RIVERSIDE 739 Acosta 1.25ac 90. 745.5053
3/1 Clean & charming WETIDE .1 ',
house CH/A, parking WESTSIDE. 1 ,2 a r,-) r
$800mk. Jones 880.3640 a, I ,
So'slde 4br/3ba, 2500sf
lake view, wood floors,
$1500mo. Call Rebekah
C@ 904.998.8263 430 Roommates
Southside brand new,
for rent or rent to own, ARGYLE share .12 5 nse.
3/2 1 car ogar, for more AGL 0 s aep $50n0
Info call 386-S6-6453 904 386,-0698 James
SPRINGFIELD 3/2.5, 2stry AVAL AUG 13th prior
DR, FRgar.all apple In kit AVAI. UG 13th wprlor
2nd Tr bolc. New renovd viewing. Furnd J I x 12
$1650m. 904-3439867 BR wa'oriv. oah In
Greenlane Rosa Gated
ST. AUG/Florentinee 3/2, comm Will consider
1600sf, brand new couple. Other occu-
home ready to move in. pancy incl. 2 sm. dogs &
$1200m. 904-333-8880 non. smkg 55y/o owner.
ST. JOHNS CO. 210/195, Rent neg. 239-370-1084
Almost new super clean E. ARL -Atl/Kernan, 10
Twnhme 3/2.5, 1600sf miles to bch, N/S $475.
w/attach. gar great ref req. Sharon 565-1128
oc, $1075m. 904- 7426686
WESTSIDE 2/1 CH&A, LookingforMaleroo-
screened porch mate, 3/2. $125 wl,
$700mo + $700 dep. everythingaincluded,
credit chk 904 772. 008 until, cbl,infemet,
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK Call Jason, 904-553-1527
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE, MIDDLEBURG
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIETI Roomate Needed
REF REQ.$595/M078. 2897 j Half of large house.
Westslde 3/1, 6994 Must love dogs.
Miss Mufflt Ln S. newly Please Apply Online:
remodeled 850mo. No Josulludo9aaol.com
HUD 904-687-4962 $525 +utll. 904-662-6904.
Westslde 3/1.5 2962 W. OP/Jax boarder very nice
16th St. Newly remod- mstr br w/prlv. bath &
eled $875MO. No HUD. beautiful home w/pool.
Call 904-687-4962 $600m+$300dp. 881. 9020
WESTSIDE 3/1 ORANGE PKU- 2 rms avail
2012 Detroit St. Newly $200DEP Utl Incl. Must
remodeled $825MO. love animals 214 5024
No HUD. 904-687-4962
Westlde ig 2/1 1052 St Palm Coast All util Incl
S St. exnct FPL No pets.
Clair St. Newly Remod- 38j 338-288i
eled $775mo. NO HUD. 38-338-2883
Call 904-687-4962 4 PORTSIDE COMM.
Westslde 4/2. Needed mature roo-
4508 Tango Ln. Newly l mate, Beach Blvd,
Remodeled $950Omo. No West of the Inter-
HUD. Call 904-687-4962 coastal available August
WS LAKESHORE 2/1 $695 3rd. Call 9927406
ch&a, WD H ks, Carport PORTSIDE COMM.
Fenced Back kitchen Equip8 Needed mature roo-
VANSANDT RE 389 340 mate, beach Blvd.
WS/MURRAY HILL Totally coaWest of the AInter-
renov. 2/1, w/d hkp, crnr coastal available August
fncd lot w/tool shed, 3rd. Call 992.7406
$700m+$70dp. 993.7122 REGENCY Male rmmate,
SWS Room for Rent age 2530 wanted, 2 rms
m mile to choose frompvt bth
oNSMMAYPORT. $500m +; 716.4350
Call 904 372-9564 ICW $450mo or $150wk
VULEE Brand new 3/2 2 share hm pool&klt privs
stry, 2 car gar, 1778sf must have refs 223.0815
new appi, w/d. Herron
Isles Suv. 904.8879691 r s295/103rd, Nice Furn
home, no smo rnnpet
A42 Manufactured $450m+1/2l7
Homes 435- Rooms
--~~~~iiI to Rent
Just pay sales tax and BEACHYMIESANDARIN
move m. Call 695-2255 SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
NIE -20 EFFIC n100WK, Apt
NSIDE -2109 Ed Johnson oi ek also houses
Dr. 3/1, $600m $650dep. for rent 1urn/ unfurn
No pets 757-7621 wk, month. 904-302-5753


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435 Rooms CommercialI
to Rent 500 Industrial

ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS GREAT LOCATION.
w/Microwave & Refrigl 1.95 & Atlantic Blvd.
Low Dally/Wkly Ratesl San Marco 8000SF CCG2,
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KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
ARL -REGENCY INN Commercial/
WEEKLY SPECIALS 505 Industrial
$139- DAY STAY -
(904) 725 -5093 For Rent
GIRVIN- Room for SOUTHSIDE -17,300, dock
rent, $650/mo high, 21.300sf. or
l0 rmin from base 42,600sf. Grade level
across Wonderwood with common area
off Glrvin Call dock. Please call for
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.. ,A Kingsland GA Realtor
,)I covers everything, so Office Space
cable, Internet, In 1 For Rent
room, call Andy 576-1096 For Rent
ORANGE PARK NEW OFFICE SUITES
"T Close to NAS JAX 1,920 sf to 11,520sf
$450mo. All utIl Inclu, Eastpark Great location!
cable, washer/dryer, (904) 998-9339
S etc. 904-386-0207 __
4a NEAR HAS JAX. Fum. 2 Retail
Sroomfor rent $40m, 525 VFReant
$100 dep. Call Sandyoren
anytime, 908-7325 0I
RESTAURANT OR OTHER
SOUTHSIDE -Nice furn Avail.Immediately.
room, near Mandarin / Alanl/ &&
dwntwn. Free cbl/elec Atlantic/A. 288-8500
$140+wk Call 465-1777
WESTSIDE Townhouse n
2br/2.Sba, 1 cargar.,
comm pool. $600m+
utls. 904-509-4858
WESTSIDE Who else
vahts to rent a great
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/ W'SideMH lb/2ba 550 oBusiness
.a/c, $100 depth electric, S Detributorships/
1/2 mo. free direct tv, Dit
1/ phone, no n Franchises
$22Smo. 317-6618 560 Financial Services
^~___ ~565 Money to Lend
S Beach or Borrow
Vacation 70 Mortgages Bought
40 Vacation/ and Sold
Resorts
Estate Lake Home 4/2.5, Business
ch&a, 7ac, 400'on lake 550
dock$1500wk904-731.3837 Opportunities
-www.vacationhomes.com #14366
Beta Testers Needed for
N.C. near Franklin 4br log Internet Company.
home. wake- up to crisp Email: Opportunltles-
fresh mountain air, $700 happenS)yahoo.com
week. Cal 941-708-5057
SGEORGIA MTN HOuME BREAKFAST & LUNCH
N. GEORGIA MTN HOME land & bldg.
SSky Valey Golf Resort Gross over $800k ask
.6leeps 81ow/4br, 3bath $998k BIz.Max.Bus.
Beautiful view of valle Brokers 727-542-4084
from Irg wrap around
decks. Reserve now for
fal. $225 pernight or DOLLAR STORE
$10/wk. 386-441-8262 DOLLAR STORE
$1200/wk. 386 441-86 near airport/new NS mail
S Commercial/ $145K.obo. 860- 6187
500 Industrial LIQUOR LIC. Clay
For Sale Count.l 3 COP.Call
For __ _Sale_ 904-994-1411
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BRAND RETAIL
WAREHOUSE/ OFFICE, ICE CREAM SHOP
GREAT location St. John turnkey operation,
s Bluff & Beach Blvd., Great location, low
p rice to sell, only overhead w/high profit
S$265.000 last one avail margin no franchise or
able. Call (904)838-9786 royalty fees. Asking
or (904)451-5627. $169K Call 904.22&G3098


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Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
605Schools
610 Specialty Tr-alning/
Events

605 Schools

ALLIANCE HOME
INSPECTOR SCHOOL
Class Starts August 11th
(904) 880-8070

ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending
Mortgage Broker August 18th
Mortgage processor Aug 25th
(9O4)880 8070


REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Sept 11
8 Week Eve Class August 21
Superior Instruction
www.myfreE.com
(904) 269- 2555
Florida Real Estate Institute

Alliance Real
Estate Institute
Sales Eve Class Sap. 4th
Broker Eve Class
Appraiser Class Sep. 1st
(904)880.8070

ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
Class Starts Sept 8th



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
Taxl/kara- Transit 493- 5246
Tim Collins
Beach Taxi 249 0360
Brian

DRIVER-CONSTRUCTION
EQUIPMENT TRANSPORT
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Minimum 2 yrs experi-
ence hauling Con-
struction Equipment
Benefits. Apply in per-
son @ Jacksonville
Eighteen Construction
Inc. or call 904-810 1925
or 904-260-8393
for directions.


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707 Driver
DRIVER with CDL A or B
& exp. Bilingual a plus.
Will train for Gunite.
Start $10 $11 while
training, 40+ hrs/wk
401K & benefits St. Aug
area. DFWP EOE
800.656-8018'

710 Industrial/
1 Trades

A/C SHEET METAL
MECHANICS
Needed. Exp required.
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave.
M- F. EOE. DFWP
A/C TECHNICIAN &
INSTALLERS.
top pay and benefits,
$2500 sign on bonus,
904-247-0033
ADMIN ASSET, Good ben
efits, hith ins, qbooks.
f a x r e s u m e
904/764-5288 or e-mail
keith@florldawllbert.com
APARTMENT MAINT
JIK Properties, Inc., a
national property man-
agement co. seeks an
experienced MAINTE-
NANCE personnel for a
Southside mid-size
apt. community. Must
e A/C certified & a
team player. Good sal-
ary, health benefits and
401(k). Fax resumes to
904-642-2751. DRUG
DFWP EOE.
AUTO BODY TECH Syrs
exp. Must have own
tools, Beaches area.
247-1369

CATV COLLECTOR/
DISCONNECTOR Earn
good $$$, Will train,
FT/P/T Must be
relalble, truck/van
Must pass Bckgrd-
check. 904-317-9550
8-Spin Mon-Frl
CONCRETE CUTTERS
Exp'd or will train. Exc
pay+bnfts w/long time
super co. Valid DL req.
757.7217, 800-396.1217
CONSTRUCTION
PUNCH-OUT FOREMENS
for large multi family
project In Jacksonville.
competitive salary. Call
904 -598 -2618 Fax
resume to 904-598-2617
EOE D/F/W/P
ELECTRICAL JOURNEY
MEN/FOREMEN Multi-
Family exp. Jackson
villa, area. Exc com
pany, pay, benefits. Call
David B. 800.847-5778
ELECTRICIANS
for W'slde commercial
projects. 401K, medical
insurance. Drug test
req'd. 813-627-4271
ELECTRICIAN -wanted,
Residential exp a must,
Ambitious hardwork
ers only. Good salary
/benefits. 714-0131
EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
$13.00-S16.00 per hour
based on exnerieprce
Minimum 3 y.;rs erperi
ence in underground
Utilities.
Benells Appl, ir per
s5on "' J3ck c.n,. H1 e
Elant.-en Cc-nrs[ruction,
in .-r 3call 90. 610 1923
or 9-O. 266-98393
ior lretctionc.
Fast Growing
Automotive Dealership
Has the Need for Eperl.
encea AutO Teens,
Parts Personnel, & Ser
ice Adv;i-os Ar,- Yr.u
the Best Great Ben
eltE Packqa-
Send Replies to: BM
10662862 C 0 The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904 354.9299
Debble Symoens
PIPE FITTERS WELDERS
WITH LEADMAN EXP.
5, rS inmn Drug Tree
Appl, in person.
Tn Stale
Contractors 3051 Fa3.
Roaa Call 7S1 38J2 or
lax resume 757-1047
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT
Min. 5yrs exp. as a
Superintendent in site
& underground work.
Ability to coordinate
multiple Jobs w/job
Superintendents. Great
benefits pkg. Apply at
6507 W Beaver St
90J-378 93700
GRADER OPERATORS
With 5 yrs exp.
TOP PAY
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
BENEFITS & 401K
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Top pay! Bnfts. 401K
Callaway Contracting
at 904- 751-8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a


710 Industrial/
710 Trades


Full Time, Day shift. Exp
a must, Call Hartley
Press.398-5141
MANUFACTURING
LEAVING THE SERVICE?
No experience required.
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi-
tions. Including forklift
operators, line opera-
tors. We offer a real
opportunity with train-
ing. good pay and ben-
efits. We are located
West of Jacksonville in
a growing community.
Contact Sanderson Pipe
at 275-2833 and ask for
H/R.
PIPE CREW For storm drain.
Large northern St. Johns
Co. lob. Ph. 772-1313 or
apply at 7587 Wilson Blvd.
EOE/ DFWP

Plumber Cart. Backflow
Tester& Repairer. For
an estab. co. good pay
& benefits. CaU 268. 8009
or fax resume 292-4403

Full Time. Day Shift
Exp a must.
Call Hartley Press
398 5141

ROOFERS
Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288- 0431



This position services
golf course equipment.
Basic mechanical abil-
ity preferred; will train.
We offer competitive
pay uniforms, health
insurance & many more
benefits. For consider-
ation, call 273-3248.
EOE/DFW

TRIM CARPENTERS
with benefits Hourly.
Must have own trans-
portation & tools.
Call 268-7454
Williams Industrial
Services Is currently
accepting applicants for
Immediate employment
in the following crafts:
*Concrete Form Carpenters
*Concrete Finishers
*Plpefltters
*Plpelayers
*General Laborers
Salary depends on exp.
Jobslte is located on the
Westslde of Jacksonville.
Please call (904)771-9831
to arrange an interview.
Williams is an equal
opportunity employer.








OPENINGS
To work on Extended
Submarine Refit at
Kings Bay, GA.
Excellent prospects for
Long-term work.
JOBS REQ. DOD
SECURITY
CLEARANCE
(Confidential or
Secret)
Contact Satilla Business
Services at
877-536-3272
117 Osborne,
St. Marys, GA




APPLY ON-LINE AT:
www.satillatemps.com
EOEIM/FN/H


711 Marine
711 _Trade

DOCK BUILDER
full time framing, bulk
head pile driving expe
rience. Steady work.
Call 387-3832


711 Marine
711 Trade

MARINE/ SHIP REPAIR
PIPE FOREMAN
Requirements are 10 Yrs
experience In US Navy
ship repair Communi-
cation & supervisory
skills, ability to read
blue prints, familiar-
ization with NAVSEA
Standard Items and
ABS guidelines ability
to plan, estimate,
schedule and execute
and have a proficiency
with computers. Fax
resume 904-249-9691 or
cmcgurr@earlflorida.com
EARL INDUSTRIES LLC
IS A EOE


712 Mechanic
GENERAL AUTO TECH
Guaranteed raise for
qualified Techs. Ben
efits, uniforms, tool
allowance, good envi
ronment, lots of work!
Call now! Jim Logston
783-1760 First Coast
Auto Sales
GENERAL TRUCK
MECHANIC Exp'd, clean
MVR pref'd. DFWP Apply
at 7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX.
or call 772-1313 EOE

715 Management/
71rsiProfessional

LEASING CONSULTANT
JIK Properties, Inc. seeks
a professional team
player who loves to
lease, for a Southside
mid-size apt. commu-
nity. Wknds req'd. AMSI
knowledge a +. Com-
etltive pay, bonuses,
health, dental + 401(k)
benefits. Drug free
workplace & EOE. Fax
to (904) 642-2751


723 Dental
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST
Experience required for
Progressive Northside
practice. Must have
great communication
and organization skills.
Fax resume to 766- 7021


723 Dental
EDA -Min 3yrs exp. Busy
Esthetic ofc. detail ori-
ented, Benefits for Quali-
fied applicant. 731- 0432

5 Office/
c725 Clerical

ADMIN/OFFICE for CO.
between St. Aug& Jax.
Part/Full time. Fax res
904-687-0153 or email
to bmcclure@lslink.com
Scheduler
Are You Ready for a
Fast-Paced Office? We
Need Energetic, Detail Ori-
ented Person Who is Able
to Multi-task Effectively
Call 904-296-1330
M- F 10AM- 2PM EF0000914

735 Restaurants/
7 Hotels

DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec.





Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
(904) 247-4322
DOC GREENS
Hiring Mgrs, kitchen
staff, dish, cashiers.
Growth opportunity
Call 904- 384-8116
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033

Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110

745 Sales
SALES REP- for food service
sales agency. Full benefits
+ expenses and bonus pro-
gram. 2yrs food service exp
req. Allinquiries are confi-
dential. Fax resume to
904-387-9502


Drees Homes

COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVE POSITIONS
Community Representatives needed for our new
home communities, Dunn Creek Point and North
Campus, located in the North Jacksonville area
and Glenda's Meadow located in the West Jack
sonville area. These positions are part-time
16-24 hours a week both weekday and weekend
hours. If you like people, are outgoing, and pos
sess good organizational and interpersonal skills,
this is an excellent opportunity. Duties include
greeting the public, answering the phone and set
ing appointments. Basic computer skills are
required. Hourly rate plus incentive. If interested
please contact Diane Kirk for North Campus and
Glenda's Meadow at (904) 768-1608 or Bonita
Golden for Dunn Creek Point at (904) 757-5988.
Equal Opportunity Employer Drug Free Wrkpic


SATURN OF

ORANGE PARK &W

Has the following positions
available in our Service Department

*AII Skill Levels
*Technicians
*Service Techs
*Quick Lube Techs


FULL TIME POSITIONS ONLY
WE ARE HIRING NOW!!!

Immediate openings available,
team oriented All skill levels needed
now. Must have own tools, and a
good driving record, great benefits
with room to advance

Contact Lee Bay @ 779-0071
or apply in person at.

Saturn Of Orange Park
8105 Blanding Blvd Jax, Fl 32225
EOE DFWP


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JOIN OUR TEAM AT THE



he lorida times-Union


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT G & A


We are looking for an Executive Administrative Assis
tant with proven success. The resourceful individual
must be an extremely organized self-starter who can
handle a variety of duties simultaneously. Candidate
must be exceptional in dealing with confidential mat
ters and ossess excellent written and verbal communi
cations skills as the candidate will deal with senior level
management on a daily basis. Qualified individual
should have a minimum of three to five years of execu
tive level support who can work independently with
minimum supervision. Must have at least two years of
college. Candidate must be able to type 45 WPM with
accuracy. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite is a
must. must. Experience working with budgets, spread
sheets, charts, graphs and reports is required.

Qualified applicants may apply online at:
http://www.jacksonville.com/resources/employment.sh
tml.

Please include the position you are applying for in the
subject line. You may fax your resume to 904 359 -4076
or mail to:
The Florida Times. Union
Attn: Human Resources
One Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32202


Thankyou for understanding g that due to the large vol
ume of resumes resumes received it is not possible to acknowl
edge receipt of each resume.


EOE
DRUG-FREE SMOKE-FREE WORKP E


750 Technical/
5 U Engineering


UTILITIES MANAGER
for lAP. HILL
To Join our TEAM dedi-
cated to providing timely,
superior quality facilities
operations and mainte-
nance support to the U. S.
Navy at Naval Air Station
Jacksonville & Naval Sta-
tion Mayport.
lAP-HILL is seeking an
experienced Utilities
Manager. The ideal can-
didate will have a BS
degree in electrical
mechanical, civil
(water/wastewater),
chemical or Industrial
engineering and a mini-
mum often years experi-
ence managing diverse
Utility operations. The
position is responsible
for all utility systems
including water &
wastewater treatment,
steam plants, electrical,
compressed air, oily
waste & waste oil collec-
tion & treatment, and salt
water pumping and dis-
tribution.
IAP-HILL provides com-
petitive compensation,
and a benefit package
that includes a medical
plan, dental plan & life
insurance. Paid vacation,
paid personal time off,
and a 401k plan.
IAP-HILL is a drug free
environment equal
opportunity employer.
Forward resume to:
P.O. Box 77
HAS Jacksonville 32212
fax: 904-542-4164
e-mail:
Kanefm@rbos- jch.com


752 Warehouse
WAREHOUSE 29 yr old
co. In ship/receive/
cutting. Heavy lifting.
Benefitpkg, vac, pdhoi
med Ins & 401K. Will
train. Mandarin. DFWP.
Call 904-260-4661

753 Security

HURRICANE
DEPLOYMENT OFFICERS
$2,100 $3,150/week
Armed security officers
with current G.license
and LEOs with current
certification needed for
deployment during hur
ricanes. Apply on line
www.disasterofficers.com

TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALLI 1- 888 398- 8903
www.specialresponse.com

755 Miscellaneous

AV TECH
FT Apply in person at
PR/PRODUCTIONS
1819 Kings Ave.
398.8179 EOE, DFWP
Drivers
Guards
Messengers
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
-Full Medical/Dental Pkg
Company Matching 401k
Tuition Reimbursement
SPaid Vacation
Time & half for 40+ hrs
SAvg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:,
*Successful Polygraph
examination
-Successful background
investigation
* Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.
A FRIDGE
Fullsize, frost free
S fridge, 678-852-4201
OFFICE ASSISTANT
15-20 hrs/wk.
MSOffice exp. Pace
Island, OP. $8.50/hr.
Call 278-6560 for appt.


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BUSINESS IS BOOMING!!!

NIMNICHT HUMMER IS GROWING
FASTER THAN WE ANTICIPATED

WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE
FOLLOWING

1 NEW VEHICLE PORTER

3 SALES PEOPLE
(LITTLE OR NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED)

1 FLOOR MANAGER


DO YOU WANT IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
WORKING WITH THE HOTTEST PRODUCT
ON THE MARKET TODAY?
DO YOU WANT TO BE PART OF A NEW AND
REFRESHING APPROACH TO AUTOMOBILE
SALES?

DO YOU WANT TO WORK FOR A FAMILY
OWNED COMPANY THAT HAS A PROUD
TRADITION FOR OVER 65 YEARS?


PLEASE FAX OR E-MAIL RESUME
ATTN: MITCH FIELDS
FAX: 904-425-0832
mfields@nimnichthummer.com

INTERVIEWS BY APPT. ONLY
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC HUMMER
11503 Philips Highway
(2 miles south of the Avenues Mall)
EOE DFWP


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RULES 1 Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above
personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads.
Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
this form in 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found Items, and garage original form.
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REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE-- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
NEW S MENTS IN THE BODY OF THE AD -OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
SEW S 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads'should be written Category:
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755 Miscellaneous
RUNNER/CLERK
or Downtown law firm,
P/T $9hr + mileage. 30
hrs/wk. Reliable trans
portation req'd. Fax
904-354-2466

760 Part-Time
Earn $25 TODAY
Over $200 monthly
As a NEW Plasma Donor
DCTBloIogicals
771-6256 For Info
www.dclplasma.com

765 Positions
765 Wanted

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

801 Adult
Sitting

4 ADULT DAY CARE
Come stay to a good
Christian, home hot
meals, grow your own
garden. 04.783-1147

830 Child
8 Care

Chlldcare In my Home
ICW Mayport CPR
reference f needed
days, evenings, leave
message. 904-305-1137
LICENSED QUALITY
HOME CHILD CARE
S Conveniently located
across from NA JAX.
Call Ana Brown. 573-0879.
Bilingual Spanish
& RELIABLE
PART TIME
% Child care and trans-
portation to and from
school daily. Please Call
904619-2142, 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
0 Services

C TOXIC PRODUCTS
are in YOUR HOME!
k I HAVE SAFER
ALTERNATIVES.
Call Pam at 912-882-7849

876 Painting/
Ms Wallpaper

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small,
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509-6242

M94 Massage

BEST MASSAGE & FACIAL
Go W. on 103rd St.
across from Food Lion.
Call Mariko 446-5504
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910 Arts & Crafts
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920 Business/Office
922Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
SO AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Fumiture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
Services
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


900 Antiques

ANTIQUE REPRO
PARLOR SET
Three piece sofa king,
queen chairs, excel
cond, s1000 obo. 622-8391.
Carlton McClendon Edition

902 Appliances

DRYER/ WASHER
BIG CAPACITY EXC WORKING
cond $200 both 396-8711
A FREEZER- KENMORE
13.7 Cubic Feet, like
new, $150.284-0536
SFRIDGE- FREEZER GE
20.6 CU FT,
ICE MAKER, $100.
CALL 912-729-2024
FRIDGE- MAYTAG 22cu.
I 1.5 yrs. Freezer
i > Bettom white excel
cond, ext warranty.
$500. 904-529-9630
& ENMORE GAS DRYER
WHITE GOOD CONDI-
DI w TION, HEAVY DUTY
SUPER CAPACITY PLUS
7.0 CU FT. 80 SERIES$25.
904- 372-9113
Kenmore Refridgera-
S tor 25ft white,
side-by-side
Ice/crushed maker,
like new, $500, Ed, wk 8922
or 904-277-0570,
water in door
MICROWAVE
for SALE
S Excellent Conditilon!
Like Newi. $35. Call
Sheenah at 904-226-8411
S MICROWAVE
S Over the stove GE
k,1l Spacemaker, Black 30
inch $50.269-1478
A/C 16k BTU Sears,
T "The Ouiet One"
window unit. fits
27 7/8" to 40" wide,
Good condition,
$100. 529-7493
A WASHER-MAYTAG
-|I Neptune wahser,
LI,, needs $150 computer
board, otherwise, new
condition, stored in A/C.
$75. 529-7493
REFRIGERATOR
Freezer on bottom.
ki/Amana. Icemaker, soft
fc beige textured sur-
face, little used, spotless,
excellent condition.
,$350. 529, 7493
-ft STOVE $50
Dishwasher, glass top
desk, $25 each.
912.882.1777
WASHER & DRYER
/ For sale, excellent
I | condition. Like new
$400 for both.
Please call 904-226-8411

905 Articles

& AIR HOCKEY
I Harvard air hockey
k|1 table, regulator size,
new motor cost. Need
$200. will sell for #100.
Please call 912-673-7285
Couch- Reclining &
I loveseat, color blue,
$200. Call
912-576-2756 after
4:30pm, or leave message


DUKANE GAS BBQ
SGRILL Excellent cond.
($500, new) $150, Jazzy
motorized char for
disabled, like new,
$900.272-1986
ENTERTAINMENT
Center, Sofa, Chair,
Dining Room Table
with 4 chairs, good
condition, asking for
$600. Call 868-3930
FURNITURE
wash/dry, TV, micro-
L wave, office equip,
boat raft, workbench,
tool box, & more. ND. $ Due
to Illness. Thank You.
904-662-6904/ hm
904-291-4102
GAS BBQ GRILL
NEW AUSSIE
,L Portable Propane
Travel Grill Never
used folds down
compact with wheels
$75. 904- 695 1919
A Gas BBQ Grill New
Aussie portable
propane, travel
-- grill, never used
with wheels $75.00
(904)695-1919
S Gone With The
Wind Collector
4 Plates certified in
Orig. boxes. Col-
lector mugs & other
J$ms (904)278-6251


905 Articles
For Sale

SHarley Davldson 00'
Fatboy. $13,500. Only;
S 8100 miles, custom
color, many extras,
excellent condition, garage
kept, call 622-6702
Hot Tubthree years
old, light show,
tL waterfall cover,
included great shape,
green interior, great price,

& Loveseat Sofa $200;
Mahogany Table w/ 4
1> chairs $250. Lare
Oriental Rug $100.
721-2939. Will negotiate.,
S MENS CHIEF '
UNIFORMS FOR SALE'
MOST NEW.
CALL 338-8529
4 GERNERATOR
COLEMAN 1750. $115
264-6364
4, Over Island Pots and
Pans Holder, with
three light bar bronze
color, $50.
Call 786-7491
SOver Island Pots and
Pan holder w/3 light
41 bar, bronze color $50.
Call 786-4591
POOL TABLE. 8' Colorado
Classic, oak. Millennium
premium balls incl.+
extras. $800. 904-591-8362
4 Pressure Washer 2100
PSI 5.5 hp, B &S
engine runs great,
$75.282n.646
RESCUE HERS
CONTROL TOWER
PLUS 10 FIGURES, $40
BLUE TRAIN TOY
CHEST, $30.904- 655- 6507
SSOFA- Beige with 2
Built In recllners,
S excellent condition,
,$250. Golf dubs mixed
set with bag, $60.771-8930
WEDDING CAKE
STANDS and misc.
S cake decorations
by Wilton. Retired
decorator wants to sell
make offer 278,9777
WEDDING DRESS
SWhit sze 4. Cnollne
Sand 'bra Included.
Strapless with
condition. $350 obo.
912-576-3773
S WET/DRY VAC
Craftsman, large-size,
ip n S. hp, roJIs on casters


Hard Pan Fill Dirt
CHEAP! 904- 497-9666

g E Building
aomt Supplies

Brick New Approx
2000, Great for BBQ
pits, fence posts, .
mail boxes, .:
$350. 282-6946

920 Business/
Office

20 Telemarketing Stations
Only $199 each
4 Drawer Lateral
Fireproof Files $1295 each
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400
Lrg Exec. Desk, L-shp
cherry wd finish, inci 2
drawer lat. file exc
cond $350 obo 619.8618

922 Collectables
W & Jewelry g
og 14K, 1 CT ladies dia-
mond wedding band :
size- 6. $950 269-1478,":
4 20-Franc brilliant
Suncirculated gold
o ip rooster coins B
1906-1914. $199 each..
269-1478 :A
4, BOYDS BEARS p
#01998-21 Ms. ULberty.
_1L #01996-21, Uncle
Elliot. #2E/722 and Joy
come to You all $175.
384-1645

928 Electronics

4 KDS 19" flat screen
trinitron Monitor.
Perfect crisp color,
paid $400. $100 obo,.
after 5pm. 912.-673.1747
S amsung 32" Color TV
Remote, menu selec-
tion, muMi functions,
stored In A/C, little
used. Excellent condition.
$350. 52-7493
STV- 32" Sanyo stereo
color tv with remote,
1 etc. $1S0. wk
912-573-9707 hm,
912-674-4453
T TV- 361n.
Toshiba flat screen,
$400.$382 5865
94 Garage
"S* Sales
ICW- Multifamlly gar.
Ssle 8/5.2512 Winding
1 Springs Ct. in Bent-
water Subdv, off
Hodges Blvd, clothing furn,
more
Intra Coastal West
Timber Ridge Comm
garage sale. Sat 8-1 on
each Blvd betw Ker-
nan & St. Johns Bluff on
Sans Parell St. 642-3660
MANDARIN N'Hood Sale,
Hood Landing Bluff @
Julington Crk Sat 8a-3p
REMODELING SALEIIII
3708 Rustic Ln. 32217
Sat., 8/12 7:30-1. All
kitchen appil's (White
Whirlpool 3 yrs old) All
Cab's, lighting, plumb-
ing, w/d, etc. Furn.,
children clothing, toys
&more. MUST SEEIIII
WESTSIDE
Fri-Sat-Sun 9am.
6163 Firestone Road
W'SIDE MOVING SALE Fri,
Sat, Sun 8am-4pm 1722
Mayview Rd. living
room, dining room furn,
china books wall units
complete office unit.
W'SIDE MOVING SALE
Fri & Sat 8-2; complete
living room, dining
room & kitchen furn
rolltop desk, exc cond
& prices. Good things
galore. 786.0470; 8642
Hammond Forest Dr.
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Rantona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/

4 CRAFTSMAN RIDING
- LAWNMOWER 20HP .
42" cut double-bag-
ger. Industrial engine,
$500. Ed wk 8922 or
904-277-0570
St. MOWER
4 Cubcadet 2004 Rider
el^ Mower, less than 50hr
run timei 42" deck auto
trans. cruise, 18.5bs,
$12000bo. 771-2820
4 RIDING LAWN ,
/ T TRACTOR
I t 12 h.p.-
runs & cuts good.
$400 obo. 282-6946

955 Household
9S3l Furniture
10 piece white wicker
bedroom furniture.
$800. Call Kristine for
details. 904-874-4313
SBaby Bed
4 Bassett, Excellent
< condition, $75.
264-3486 or 742-7797
BDRM SET 6pc incl. Qn
matt set, new in box
$499. Can del. 391-0015


BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE
dining room table,
& six chairs, Including
~ insert & China
Cabinet, $1400 Call 249.1666

BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-9350
BED $100 1/2 Normnal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904) 674-0405
BED $11S. Full SET, brand
name new w/warr in
plastic 391.0015 can del
BED $130 ON PT box & .
mattress, brand name
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New Can Deliver
(904)674 0405
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 deliv
BED $395 Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed w/
matt. & box. Retail $950.
858-9350 Can deliver


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BED $370 ALL NEW Doghouse Igloo -97 Prowler 24' 99 oCha/Tan Stk#F996 $11,988 4 '06 Fuly Equipped, Volvo for partans 76450 CHEVY TAHOE LT FORD PORT TRAC NISSAN PATHFINDER '03
NEW neverused,$40. Lariat 5th wheel. READY 2 OIUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4871 Ilk new. '05 Only 1,0 '0S5 ully StG113 $17,188
VISCO Memory Foam %I 912-676-7377/ TO Got 904-210-7871 Spoiler Unly 15,000 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877rlk S29y995'.05Only15,000'5 ly equip St#G113 $17,188
s.Kiong Gm F h 2- 8s A77 I TO GOR TRAVL904-210-7871 Miles 025,995 998-0012 HYUNDAI TIBURON 'OS LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Ford F- 100.71' Miles Sunroof DVD $20,480 998-0012 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
(904)Sets. 2270866 674040AM & LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Stk#F937 $16,988 998-0012 302 Topper, ran $29,995 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE NISSAN PATHFINDER
SFrench Buldog Puppies MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS T3when parked but
BED-KING 8 wks. Champion sire & ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES AUDI A4 UATRO TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 TOYOTA CAMRY needs work to get LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FORD SPORT TRAC05 l92 pwr winowser,
S dn D. ect Sanders s 2005 Fully equip HYNDAI SANTA FE 03 LE '03 Only 36,000 golng a an. $500. 998-0012 S locks, original owner,
lMATRESS dame show projects Sales, ServiceL Parts F 0Stk#F838 $22.8881 eelleutcond
Alachua (386) 462- 3039 $27,990 998-0012 Stk#078 $15,788 Miles Lthr CD 282.6946 CHEVY TAHOE '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 exterior and Interior,
s also GEMAN ROTTWELERS LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Beautiful $15,995 FORDF15093,4x4 Champ/tatra GMC 93 $2200 obo. 904-233-7908
38- GERMAN ROTrWEILERS 1-8-0S 541.6439 FORUF50F93S44,)NVIL Champ/tan xtra GMC 4x493 $
available.382-586 ups, C. AKC, Chbl. HyundaSonataLs3 LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE good shape,$2000b. low mi $19,995 Extcab DVD,viper SUBARU OUTBACK *05
BERKALINEBLACK Must sell. 35-7496 BMW528 1 low miles, fact warr like 998-0012 904-7280348 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE alarm 3" lift, ac, pw, Leather, every available
LEATHER ROCKER German Short Haired i[-w/AnlIntr. Sm1nTl new $10,995. 403. 6490
RECLINER, EXCELL German Short Haired N Alloy wl, PS, mn new$10,995.4036490 TOYOTA SOLARA NISSAN 300ZX 87 red 998-0012 pl,cruse, new brake option $21,500.89985853
R E E Pointers M/F, all shot exc cond, 1 owner, 5INFINITIG3SCoupe ConvtSLEOS'V6 S-speed, non turbo 16" system. $3950obo.
COPNDITION sOrvis Indorsed akehmp on $14,500. 9 58 '04 Pearl white/ i leather Interlor fully chrome rims like new Dodge 1500 Truck 904553-4508/ 912-673-6541 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER '05
GOOD CONDmON$40. rems Ready to BMW 7451 '02 Blk, tan, beautifullike loaded Y systemre ra o. MC Sierra SE 01 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX371-4877
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"&43Q 4 Vup. 292394 WihEeyOto Le% Mike 904-502-4064 slon 11 wll '5/ ee. TOYOTA 4RUNNER
CO RTSETO L 6/200ET 2F/4M, PUPS 100,000mOF JACKSONVILLE year. Call Blondell 4ows. dual exhaust 25K ml1 904-612-0209 (P TOYOTA 4RUNhER
SCHILDS CAR SEAT GOLDEN RantETRIEVER PUPS 100,000 War- LEXUS OF JAC.TOYOTA TACOMA 99' 904403.9323 9422619103500OBO GMC XCAB SIERRA '03 LTD'03champ/tan
BOOERSO AKC, Born 6/2006, 2F/4M, -ra 998-0012 ( JAGUAR SType '03 Green, 2.7L4x4, cd, Asking $1995 obo. D3DGE Durango aSLT '06 Stk#F921 $23,688 $22,840. 998-0012
CENTURY BLUE Cash.291oi26- 1161o LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 0 ki-0 seats, 4 31X -48i 7 LEX4fS OF JACKSONVILLE
EXCELLENTURY BLUE Cash 20406211 oI LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $22,640. 998-0012 sets,spd., 31x10.5. OLDSCUTLAS 3K ml, blue Ithr rear TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
STXAVELUENTC 0mON,$4 SUPREMESL 97' AC.garaged. Fastsell!
CT 94-65507 Golden Retrievers, Cana- I. BMW Z4 3.0105 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 159K miles,$5500eeds transmission, $20, 00. 407301556 GMCYUKON LT TOYOTA HIGH-
COUCh- Unique, teak. dian blondes, born 7/20/ S Premium package, JEW CHEROKEE98' VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE $2000 obo, '04. Only 30,000 v LANDER '01 Like
c o u c h- U niq u e, t ea k, i nnE Pg s E D 1 ,E 9 8 D O D G E D U R A N G O $ 2 5 EIX U S 0 9 0 4 99 5
bougt fr s alableswatiow 't like new. $35,990 6 cyl 4W, with only GLS '02 Loaded, sun- 904-781-2760/568-8163c DODGE DURAGO miles, Iike new. New $14,995
foldoutbarsiochtfor 8VA hip clearance,95k-il 998-0012 S9kmes.Niceopant roof.O$11,995. 899-5853 0 n1,0DS2CU-LASS00129s98-0091
overseas, Immaculate, heart & eyes done $1000. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE job (green). ColdA d/C. VOLVO S80 '06 SUPREME SL97 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
conditon,price neg. 904-261-4279, 292-2762 Kestone bana BUICK LESABRE '01 Dretal value 00so Leather, CD, Crew l LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE GMC YUKON05 O S
282-8665 EVER C 2062, travel trailer,, BUICK LESABRE $ 01 Will sell fur $6500. Pictures Cab R 3, 904 1-o Transmission needs -XUSr0.9 OnTAla s
GOLDEN RETRIEVER AKC 19ftt bunkbeds, StkG164 $12,988 can be sent at our web site. Cab RTL. $r3,980e90478- Stk#9927A $29,488 19S. Won't last at $7995.
DIning Rm.Set Oak 60" UPS, large/calm shower, awnng tow TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 www.flautobody.com. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 2760/904-568-8163 DODGE QUAD RAM '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 Call 899-5853
tcairs w/2n10"LVS. Fem $450, Male $350 package, excellent condi- 904 264- 7173 998-0012 Stk#4661A $19,488UIA
6 chairs and China 352-494-7930 tlon, sleeps six, call BUICK LESABRE 00 998-0012 Trucks/ TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 HONDA RIDGELINE '3TExSEOIes
904-529-9630 GREAT DANES AKC PUPS 904-355-1151. $9500 tk172 $10,988 KIA RIO 4DR'04 VOLVO 1340 TSralers / XODGERAMxPUi05 Fe u $ 1,e
DiningROOM$175 Black, Merles, $995. Motorhome Must Sell TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371S4877 STJ7S Stk#094 n18 L OF JACKSONVLLEXUS ONVILLE
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chairs, china closet, weekender. IKCW L rOStk#G106 $11,688 PW surf, CDs, mint cond. Whttan, like new. FORD ESCAPE XLT '0S LX O NII TOYOTA TACOMA'04
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S re Oae 0912-739-1815 60 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LANDROVERFREELANDER VW PASSAT '06 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE equipped. $29,870oo90430611
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.NTRTAI7,n La Pup s MELV 904M-2 6S41U 2 25 tk#GE173 $14,988 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE d0Fully equipped. ('4 w INFINITI QXS6'05 $17,995
CENTERTAINMENT Lab Pup spayed and SEL04-220new. $27,980 998-0012 TOM7BUSHAUTOPLS 7 1-4 $25,980s998-000152 1 7, FORD EXPLORER L Navigation, DVDv LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE.'
CENTER Holds 32" T, house broken $150. L OF" eB l8 OE BF N CD 0 4 M38
lots of storage om, Call904-254-0340 LOW OVEHEAD LXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE SPT TRAC '03 Fully Equip. $41,780 998-0012
$60, bedroom furni- LOW PRxIES CA ILA O .- Lincoln TwnCar 95 Trucks,Vans, SUVs '00-OES LIKE NEW $18,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE0O KARAlSar
ture.d20 plece.LV.chlirs, LABRADOODLES wks RVHAVNGFU ETINC CADILLAC CONCORD natureoneowner. ALL CHEVROLETLEXUS LAENVIL LEXUS OF JACKSONVILL TOYOT TNDRCAB
6450630 farm raised, $500 Cal l Saes. Moie -'95, Northstar snrf, kenew,74Kml ex. Stk#G159 $12,488 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 OStk#G118 $22,688
for info32.472.5489a o e I thr, loaded, $4700, mlleagegrage t, Military TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 998-0012 QX4-01 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX371.4877
a Ethain Allen Round foSuineSu '35247ave.l54 316-2480 service records avaMlabie, EuhEE7ary NFNQ0 TBHT 34
,., Wooden Table Dark LABRADOR RETRIEVER Trailers. Over 20 In Stock. 312K Must see. Leather anCHETRAILBLAZER '06'7l FORD EXPLORER # $7VO G A
finish w/4 chairs AKC ch. bdline choc & $11,999 While TheLast CADILLAC ffers consider CC, PL, PWPS PM CET Eddie uer TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 4877 VOSWAGENTOUARE
$250 obo, 7-9534 blk, $500. 904- 588- 3826 a e g A e E $190 Fully Eqpt $22,840 ISUZU AMIGO '99 $29,995. Call 899-5853
A TpLAB R lType FiangAvale FLEofTWOOD 36437- 38793-860 Civilian GORDON CHEVROLET LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Low miles, auto. $5995 C '3
KING WATERE LA RETRIEVERAnything that 1976. First $600 LINCOLNLSV- '04 $ODOWN 904-2722200 998-0012 Call 899853 VV T603
iFRAME $300. Water- sayed/fem, 1.5y/o, AKC, Doen't Eat) Can be seen at Stk#F995 $24,388 A SHAU $ 8
bedframew/king FA cert. $300. 307607071439 5637TampicoRd.Wside TOM BUSHAUTOLEX371.487 EVERYBODY EVY AVALANCHE FORD EXPEDITION JEEP GRAND CEROKEE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371487
m mattress oak, lighted 90x6ti3S66O offT 195 5 T a i .OM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371- 870' 461 4n M E rC mo n delow m a skin
j eadboard, 576. 7377/ LABS, AKCPYe.2 Utters for deta s904-537- 0961 MERCEDES 14 ml, aski'E ar $20,25. call 899- 5853
912-227-086 Dickendal,/7Black Creek or 904-772-0612 ev msg Roadster "74" 2dr, RIDES! $27ko904.73n.2584 4x4blk/tan $21,995 $ 1345 Vans/uses
Sires $600-k1400 284-6606 convey hardtop, red w/ LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE JEEP GR CHEROKEE '02- OAFR ECRlsRBus
KING WATERBED iesd o 1300 Motorcycles C uSr 2000 tan int. a/c, pw, at- Chris 662- 0726Chevy Blazer 99' 998-0012 Stk#4696D $12,388
headboard, footboard, PARAKEETS- FREEI 00 Loaded T-Top, auto full cover manuals, new 24.dr like TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
970 m& ? large cage.s Cutm.hopper-- 1200.=MnewSHa k.WTOM BUSH FORDER 35 CTOM C S LER 487I
mattress. Dresser, w 2 yellow/ blue1 red, 66k miles, $13K. tires&brakes, pay off at bank. A FORD F.-150 95' Stk#G154 $18,88
m a t t r e s sM PDre s s e r0w/2 y e l o w / b l u eT heCu0c a llKNa teS90 4 ,4 3 4 1 3 8 59E46 3 3 4 8 R J
hutch mIrror. Armolr, includes rge cageC stretched frame, 0 278 542 6cyl, 96K great JEEP LIBERTY '05 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
r es goodhomeneeded. extended forks must CAARO ss-2 MERCEES C230 1335 $2000 or Less CHEVY BLAZER 4x4 '02 L shape well taken care Stk#G016 $19,488
Smicrowave cart, nghtstand. PEMBROKE CORGI AKC sell, $13 bo, 220ml Loaded, T-Top, auto, last at 4 door. $8995 oforiginal pwner, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 CHRYS TOWN & COUNTRY
More furniture. 233-1007 PUPS, home raised call or ps, great deal re69K es,13 $21,500. Call 899-553 Call 899-853 very dependbe, $4000.
a LAZY BOY RECLINER Fen $450, Male $350 912-576-3437 Call Nate. 904434-1385 dp60 KIA SPORTAGE 'l9.5 02 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4887
SOFA AND RECNER 352-404-7930 CAMERCURY SABLE LS 'OS CADILLAC CHEW SILVERADO '05 stk#G037S$11,988MBHRCSIC
FAAN NE 352-494-7930 HARLEY DAIDSON 98' CHEV CAVALIER 02 Stk#G07 $14,988 FLEETWOOD Stk#G122 $15,288 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Dodge 250 96
CAMEL COLOR. EXCEL PT BULL APT/UKC PUPS DYNA WIE GUDE. AED t#3 $11,288 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 76F $600 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 FORDF- CREW'04 Landrover Frelander Good condition bed In
COND, $400 FOR BOTH. 8wks. 2M/1F $300 up. W/GOLD PINSTRIPE, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 197&.First $600 ORDF-5C0$25,588
904-529-9630 shots POP 904.230- 8279 GREAT SHAPE, JUST MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT '03 For parts or restoration CHEVY SILVERADO-'02, Stk#F955 $2,588 02SAWD, auto,44K back, $350.3536543
OVER 23K MILES, $12,500 CHEV MALIBU '02 stk#G138 $13,488 Can be seen at 2500 V8. turbo, diesel TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877 lI miles, power locks,
UVING RM SET PIT BULL Mom & pugpies eOBO. 904-742-1700 Stk#G0o13 $11,788 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 37148775637 Tamico Rd./W'sida $22oO,5e. 316-2480 $C PS,1lse. 47-012/eGERANs
with dual recllner, Mom-UKC $150MTBI TOM BUSH SGAAUTOPLEX371487748GAL 775EloR PPLSde 4WDT B wn esngic D ODRAVNo80
couch dnett set, Pups $500. 912-227-0430 A HD '00 FXD TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 37 ITSUBISI GALANT GTZ for details 904 537 0961 2914190eve. 477-0312 cell bo
d entertmntctr,$700. 23k miles, black CHEV MALIBU 01 '03 Stk#F922 $15,988 or 904-772-0612vmsg Ch Suburban 82 PWT29950TO
631284 Pt Bull Puppes 8 weeks, saddlebags, new tk67 $7988 TOM BUSH AUTOPLX 371487 ton tra GORDON CHEVROLET LXUS XL 4703. 3kmi 5044173 P
ScSOFA 1on red nose battery and tires TOM BUSH3AUTOPLEX 7371487 E R 'a 8I special, runs great 904-272-2200 Lded blk/tan-int Steal
GREA T793SCAPR CEreREs. bt n ts $1500 obo 904C291-3137N @$37k. 912-6346753 FORD 12 PASS VAN '0S

delooI 9ngn dsko t n ,04each.79084-237-9510 Ca l E904- 5 Nissan 240SX C E ISS T B S
$200.264364 PIT BULL PUPS HD DYNA SUPER GLIDE CHEV MONTE CARLO LS Burgundy new alterna- Brown $1800 OBO KIN MAZDA B2600E4X4 TOM BUSH AUTOPL X 371-48
ADS 0S&W $125P 00', 23K mies black 01 PS,PW,PL REMOTE CC tor, new tires, new Call Colson 657T / CHEVY SUBURBAN Z F250 '04 LIKE NEWTr new tires S Auto
nl OAK CRIB. 9904.-412-2432 j with esaddieas, $7988 starter $2500 9or best (904)721-9876 or 9 '03 Lthr CD Fully $24,995.998-0012 48 2.6L 122000, 5spd, NISSAN QUEST'01
D FGORDON CHEVROLET offer6Ser ous offers (904)885-W1091OTS U SySH
Dr O1 Eerxl et Andeet, g upa TT 2T rage ket, must sell G ORD C V LE OFreiu oACKfIe (, )5 -1Eq uip Only 19,000 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Club cab. Having Stk#4217B $12,388
A i e cndinat Pup, s t 406-257 904-272-2200 only 904-472-6480- -Mi LES las$ 22,840 baby E LL TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
'0 mattress, nhee,7 bm lek, HCfu rog. Stu ave. MieOFTs 9984001 bb eveSTSELL TOM BU0H A90w27 2-22-n80t
mobile, prtectlve pad. 9047821 /905368 Honda 20 RebeL 06' Chevrolet Camaro 8' NISSAN 350Z Cony. CHEVY O EXT CAB '96 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FORD RANGER 92' 904221910 $3800 OBO
$325. Doublle stroller, like Great starter street Automatic transmis- '04 Touring ny Automati $1900. Must 998-0012 J Reguar l,topper NA A- Scn
er.lihkend ota12with78 FR paint S U A1..AVair,C5Ospd.lde NISSAN ARMADA VEEMiscellaneous,
1-aDODGUOE 77E CARAVAN 95' 7 '01DVD, ht F Ly grea.1T$1775. 904-268-2482 Miles ie new I
lk, top Ch. Pedigree. sports shelld trans- job ( caidy oreen with new. $30,660 998-0012 a A N goodb, CHEVY SUBURBAN mt lk ad r '
Oak Entertainmet $00 & up. 386649 ,5280 ferable, extended warranty. flames). Only 8K miles, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1 ai, goodo DVD, Wht Fully r t 2M F Milesu Ll e0 .
Canter wall unit with $3900. 912-882-8421 new torque thrust wheels. Equipped $14,990 Ford SportTrac 2004, Fully Equip $28,90 GO KARTTraiStar
and wood doors. 2. 86 7l race bike, p circuit, Must See Will sell TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 package extended exclentcondition,

912-573-97079 graphics, straight line for $10,990. Pictures caON OB 5ORAT3ICaeendietcd
SsE I s tr DODGENEN95 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT'02 warranty through, Oct 2010 NISSAN PATHFINDER'05 like new barely used,
suspension, fast be seen at our sebsite Nissan Altima '03 Under Automatic, 4dr. $595 Low miles. $16,995 only. 26K miles, $23. Stk#9064B $23,988 Tecumseh Engine, one hel-
SUEEN SIZECANPY For sale. More nfo. $1200 obo.cal241027 www.flautobody.com warr, exc cond, black Call 645-700 Call 899-853 all 472-8732 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 met included. 912-73-3296
BED AND DRESSER Call 904-641-a4758 for more inf Phone904 26 773 w /Ithr. fully I oaded
0R 864.7S02 ROTTWEILER -German, HONDASHADOW CHEVROLET IMPALA 04 $i.uIeO -0PT 563 9) E A.V IROR
Irg,chmpbldln2/M. 2/F SPIRITI1100. 2002. Stk#:--j t. i 2w"
92 SOFA- Uke New, $200 $500. 904-312-8662 9825 miles, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 NISSAN ALTIMA '02
Solid oak dining rom windshield, luggage r,, .A.'-
al SOFA- 4BluefrmSCOOTR.aeme Soal. T selluPnce blue S i5 A 1 0 fefOr 1" F li'E4 DhIi RE C O R Y
, tablewith4cahrs, Shelties AKCo accepting rack,black,$42000bo. CHEVROLE LAZER TOM BUSH AUTOPLFJi 311-4817
R h o d e s tu rn < C K ) 9 1 2 .2 4 0 6 5 7 9 9 L S e l P r c eExOO T ER.69 S P ie Sb" t N IS S N E.Ar 5 sO. S e a 9 e l n e K
Rhodesfumexc. SHwIHTZUPUPS6wks 2003 S miles Almost Pictures can be seen 66K RmilR,- I o An-,, r
co dlolkenw, 1Me,6Fm allshots Newwith helmet. Wife atourwebsile $00-o- 903207 1i2
3 withIdecorative $250 each 04-406-9115 says I have to sell. www.fiautobody.com
TV- 40 In, Magnavox Gorgeous, S ealpoints. (904)277-7017 CHEVY CAVALIER I.S '04 9K obo all leaiher, -
BIGScreenProjection 9046d995449SCOOTER. 50cc 2003,Stk#4,' ,W,- i,,, .17 Iowi-ile. (NIAS)
378-rakng$1568 milslion RI04.699-P4SCOO tifu l00R TOM BUSH AUTOPLEXe371 48n7 many extras, must see KEY AUDI BOZARO FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
T.V asing S H UP SCd. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714487 w G 912-467- 3345 SUBARU OF JAX
378-1568_____ S B RACAcA, shotsHUSKY& HCPUPS7poP wAtith helmet, 130 lCHEVYo CORVETrE 912-467-3348 i,,ll. 111 1, -I ,u l ], Ellel -t, v i', 11 Aijun ,'it'-; ... rii'o, II J vii 1i? -'.
$400. 797-1993/3714922 Call John (904)277-7017 redi owner, excellent NISSAN MAXIMA FIsni vie!':,1,ehriioVrr _v H_,IlQU,_erI IlII Ai, I' y) l-II-t5
%965 Medical St. Bernard Pups AKC 13 t t SI 8.5" foxradna ,condition. garageede '043.c Fullv Equp SPAULICARK T T A Ei
shots, health cert, POP, bootswmtwie, new tires. $26.500. 378-9622. PAULCA
ELECTRIC $750. 813-473-3362 paid 75. Asing$100. CORVETLE LFXUS OF JACKSONVILLE B E LO Ru A ICO NMCUlRY
ToWHEELCHAIR UMBRELLA COCKATOO Clm 21-0'20576 eeBeat 995-0012
Turbo prde eectric w/cagem male, full feath-9forLmoreIinfo.
wheelchair/scooter, ered$1200. 997-0601 SporsterXLH1200 L FuJACKSON,",VILLE I silver. 4c', K4drl E Runs
used less than 10 hours. 4 yl sap LEXUS OF JACKSONENL Il slAN E 4 SUZU '
- Paid $3400 sacrifice $2400. Yorldes, Maltese Pors cycle shack pipes, 995-0012 1tgreat, gas saver, $29003 L G1 RC ii
9 5k h in2002, S/E cardh. bags, 2 Call R. 912-467.3 .48 GARBER FORD-MERCURY GRIFFIN UNCON MERCURY ,I j il) E Av, PAME TOYOT
904-215-5889 Pekles, TT Chih & more jo 04l R J. 912-467-:) 148
970_ eehad_ e/srvcesUSea (CKC) 912-240-3657 s, 5 ,.1dsgeut, $for Ron" CHEVY CDRVET0NI0AN'SNr" 705m7901i'as C

2_44atr5_io_.mileage. T BUS BaWAt The Avenues WOTUS OF JACKSONVILLEMW ,40li. BLli 4'44-,l II
Musical YordT rr e^CHEVYIMPALA i LSO '0ll d0. a I A -6 i24 1666'Td, , ;'
461AitoSax, up90ter, RSUZUKI 5V650'0S StkFs Si7.h NISSANeRER0 ISNRIi A--F ,Ai ', T ,,, SET SZUISTJiAi
985JTrail97erles ^ r.g~e ^Low miles 4yrwrty TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX GORDON7 CHEV___ i,]pr__ .....
case, neck strap, CHRYSLER 300C 'OS Ol B MUSH AUTOP0LEX 31.-UT? i :u MIKE C AViDOM FORD i.lt.LL4.'4
m1outhplece, eergrze,* .&. SAILBOAT 0u Stk#.~1 -^ Premm acg 110
$3500 io t 904.233.005 9 4 I 3O 4 O basicallybrand new, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-0CI Sp Gon T BU IKH A R C
Dr0u St ( )pis, $ 5300 obo. CHRYSLER 5SNEBRING '0G4EOR IMOORE CHEJvVIr KEY" i iUiI A,,r, lvi TOM,,, BUSHIG
sedkncl$149Up 9sportation Cal $902674-527 c1493 ...8 GSt" N 0t ,038 TY A ATM REEU A TAZ AO OA
New Spnc k & shd tr $34930 briandeaiy@hotmai.com TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3.477 -"? ]EV ATANI h 1 AING
KouthaeRecork3Case-YMH 20sAvibation 1310BUICK MIKE SADI FORD I1 dBACHBlVD 11.41142 I iid,,,

_/upright nowith 1210SaTOMaBUSHk#UOLE 31-487 4,1i ,I. Blvd '4.--.rl OF ORANGE PARK M ADI A CT CAVENUES
bench. 750.402757 125 Boat Dockage TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4

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U.Grt RV's ano Supplies$ VALVES, RUNS GREAT0e. C7R CHRYSLER SEBRINGC sunroof KEITS PIE TOYO
S Trumpet- UsedS. Carea 5RV Rentals T 1200. 781-15s)32 ies '04 LTD. Only $17,859 4,, 9i Blv 4c .ill NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
for beginner or O OM R BI BSLPCU '01 0 AUDI A4 sla""-iuA,, Iff r ,:In 6TI- Pfl0t
middle school band aotorcyles/Mini 20,0:,00 M, $16.9-90 11, 1AMrIL Shk#12J11', BRUM MOTOCARS)IN.
member, good Bikes CADILLAC LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE '04 DODGE A EIMNICHT CADILLAC BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

1 A utooiesZlssics Can br seenkat. whle' loilll p $16,O 59 O .4 ii I, lii U i'uEh 1
Fordsbpartots orestatin 9'sM e59c r, pnr PARKER CADILLAC GABER GM NIMNICHT PONTIAC T CKSTM l
49 Beikee CADILLAC 20D0KE BluTH246.A0ru9u6r autr/oordac ta90 4, 537-0O9 auTO CAaSH MINC. hJiR1wh: 11s10
bike, excellent ton- 1B, goos o CRAFTSMAN Dodge DakotaNI 04' CONVERTIBLE '04 LN IP"_] _i d,1_________ __ _I_,
dlon, $80. 912.9-882-4293 1350 Misc. Auto BrFCOMPRESSOR 4O2p uad cab, S I, 4 CIwdL
1355 Autos/Lucks e I' 200AL used once, ]V, sunroof. step bars, Only 31K miles
$150- ladder, 25.9C4-529-9630 COGGIN9HONDA4iAVENUE
9F o l91'4X swoIonrongbed. onlyK ,miwn CREST CHEVROLET OFST.AUGUSTINEe,, iII He,1 ,,, O'STEEN.VW
Row #g ompondi LET US Cparts, not running, m.iles. s,,dinrea. warranp owerST6,859PuRKER''A'''L'CARBERUGTRUCKSTIIN3.11
'loadheadst'e0et fullY 3 Salter Marine 904-254-015 aFronEdMskr good, 2000. 912-576-15808 2 BW 3
TrIlErsUCOnsole $354L a78s34197ovet l 52k miles, noe4 tires. mium Pkg. REDUCEDO""ic4-1OFTHESAVENUE I'vvv Iv iilv ,'Tif't.IviTOMBUSHMI
985 aiueRs-aRiurin01taileI.$0o GoodYear Wrangler battery5 54 runsONan2a$25 CHEV MITSUBISHII)
hp, Johnson Out board, 5p eM4 each. P/235/75R16, 94- 04'06 BMW 5301 GORIDOMITUBIN IET
2005 Interstate 7x14 cc SAIL BOAT TkSUVhro, t
enclosed trir $45OOobo; _/ CATAMARAN with insert, rims, very good TOM BUSH AUTOPILE 11.4a7, Leather, Sunroof.
kuStksWitti,w,... 4T16Aiai.I COGGNCHEVY sAVENUS COGGNHOND ONATLATNiTlCl
1005 Livelstock 1. 0 5AluminumtBoat kgN 912.882.4724 FORDeMUSTANGET CabES
trolling motor, 411b, dA MOTORCYCLE HELMET ndIlS ,25,990 Premium, 1000 ml.'1l t u CGNI
rs e thrust,$55Ooo. $30,custemdkingogas 99B-0012 $82,859 CRiiiH,,iLiOF SlvUGUSI NE,, CO NS -ATLTICIiV
10 o ws6 fe 1 ee tt 354-7634 Call Tom 912-298-0644 or 28391 tank for sportster, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE IM11CHT4U1
wwsboalhEa trs etandk424ego,0m 912-576-9787 5 3110. Regular TunneL. '03 TOYOTAPROF
1at 7 '92e,-TRE1l- NEW TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.441. One Owner, "'.ATLANTIC ImiumITI.iRiUCEDHv,:,i A
1010 SPpies ryrimBSandloamahais AUTO7LEAlSINGi'1
3l.hrusttrolg hI$5/75/R15. also Only 35K Miles. A
573-.2863 278-6,51also- 205/76/15, TOM BUSH AUTOPLL 1714877CHRY
PUppy Sale $299-up tire, make offer. FORD TAURUS WARON '05 FORD ATLANTIC HRE flU I ,, A,1 '-,4 8,2,
eft In/Out Boardo0 TIRES-(4) 33" Super 2002. Ier. RANGER XLT
Gd Dlonizew 20 eg Chevy, wheels good 40,000 mRD .s S,.on, CITY -
UII AMERICAN ESKIMO 2-2-0493 4e TIRES- 4new miles, factr,,r rrnlO O F
FREE0to GOOD HOME n S Monterey 155 si,35.01x truck/SUV tires. $199 par r'MS. -0 6" '03 SAAB 9.3MIE

yrs old, very lo.ing. Minds r excellent tond. $295, Call 219-6765 uiiSa rkJGtUARI,-lL.. Leather, A21ow'ne1


HC guarantee beau- 2000 SEADOO GS -. HONDA ACCORD $44 D59 '. W'" f "i" BRUMOS MOTOR 1i-AIl .,1 I .1"J
tifu. Call 912- 288-7228 and9Seadoo GTI Alfa Romeo Spider 77 E MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP CARSINC. Lexus of Jacksonville
2000,Trltlon Trailer. convertible, new red
Chihuahua pu pies eGarept Pack e paint., recently rebuilt CD. rull, eau.ppea. '05 JAGUAR XK8
shots & wormed, Health deal .8Kobso. eng., $3000 904.261-.9241 $20,680 998-0012 ON ASAT 11Alil HI ', ,.
Certs. $250 904 307 7636 deal $8 obo.220 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Convertible ON CASSAT (10101 AIli-li, 1vil Pre-Owned Center
a 21LE CH Leather, CD ATLANTIC DODGE I7't !i jiAvll
L 99' with Suzuki CADILLACHONDA ACCORD 96' 48,859 I .'IA dAIli B Lid444910 113
white, blackspots, center cse, down FLEETWOOD LX Sedan 4 l. aulo $48,859 F K KEFFERt '
1 two months old, $375 riger, steel prop. 1976. First $600 I power.a exc. gas OF ST.AUGUSTINE RICK KEFFER
4s I9 r 0mileag e. g reats tudenl K r1o i1 I 9'. i,' iie L I 1'1 4'9
obo, call 61468m20 $9500o. Readyto flshl Can be seen at vehicle &. illiJ'., ,49 e ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO Tom Bush Autoplex
CHINESE CRESTED PUP- 5637 Tampico Rd./W'side' Brumos Porsche
e onpd Mercury 225 HP for details 9045370961 ONDA RD he JACK CARUSO LZ," N Al,.l ,iL4 v 48
white markings, ready Offshore Outboards. or 7720612 Iv msg 42CC VERY CLEAN CAR only FactoryMS )3l
8/18. Call904-504-5315 Pair of 1996 counter ASKING PRCE.motive 8500. Authorized REGENCY DODGE COGGIN KIA V.I.P. AUTO SALES
from 1Oam-9pm only rotating,25 inch shafts. 1325 Automotive REAL GOOD DEAL P
A_ COCKATIELS for SALE tapendable, wellm-1in. 904-982-5668 PBvs9451e01Dele1tiBlvd. 79.991
ScoCKATIELSorSALE t ed Controls and Ss Au e 10979 Atlanti c Blvd. 642-5600 9401 Atlantic B. 723-3210 5936 Philips Hy. 733-7439
C ontcolrosoavalsand550HONDA ACCORD EX '04
atime, '03. Fully equi TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 GARBERDODGETRUCKTER KIA NIMNICHT SAAB WARREN MOTORS, INC.
day, or 32ft/19Carver3207 $17,880 998-0012 233Eas Sate 358491
Mandarin I bloneLF 11 engines, sleeps six, (EX) 82K miles. New b 1 redl witb "46 [-gBlv {,IE a3
Mandarin 1 blonde F. full galley, two heads. iT7ACURA RL '04 Nav, tires,5$10K under kJ b interior, mint
,.black M. $300. 260-2617 904-215-5889 CD, Only Ex L o orders to relocate 4 condition, 5 spd, ORANGE PARK UDODGE I i E- Si SL 35
COCKER SPANIEL pUPS, LEXUSOmake offer. 912-266-4295 factory nty $37233B 777 AMBORGHINI ORLANDO
A K C C h b ld lin eS & W 1 9 '3 C H A P A R R A L S S '9 6M l $ C all 904-7 35- 3 835 P C S 777-55I50 Bn AU75 0
micro.chipped.$600. bowrider, 5.7L, 210hp LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Honda Civic00,'SI, 98k 75B00 895N. Ronald Reaian Blvd. SATURN OF AVENUES
904260-71 /422-4231 Mere cruiser eng, boat 998-0012 miles, black 2 door, Porsche Boxer 03' RICK KEFE 47 3443 Philips 22-715
covers blmcinse pt 99.0012. m.14K mi.Red withh blck RICK KEFFER Longwood/Odando H 407-339-3443 10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
Dachshund Pups AKC depth finder. No trailer Q ACURA RSX 2003 904 303-6377 15 top.Full 5 0-s-2e
Sminired/dppe,/f $95008-2 1 Fullyequpt30Kroll.nty only $31,950. 1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454 n SATURN OF URANGE PARK
m'croehiped, 9i)6 still under warranty. HONDA CIVIC LX '06 9Call 04-735-3 838-R WORLD IMPORTS
90449.7 SU711K/THATSU ssp. EC. stk#9236 $20,388 WESTSIDE DODGE 11 8105BlandingBd. 779-0071
904449-4a67 Service&aS rs Fast-N-Furious. Derrick TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 Red Convertible WESTSIDE DODGE I Bdn Bd 7 1 WORLD IMPORTS
DOBERMANS Red, AKC 12 Sales Service & Parts cell 631-2623 or hm, Corvette, 02'.Low MATHENY LAD ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY wv.wordimporLsacom
wRks, cMhbdln $850 Good Advance Mar ne 730 3332 771-6014 HONDA PILOT EX '03 1672 Cassat Ae. 384-6561 MATHENYLAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY w wodmposusacom
temp 29247493 Authorized Nssan Service Stk#3299C $20,388 condition, or more 11211 Atlantic Bvd 642-1500 8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
S FREE to goo ACURA TL '04 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Information call
SDOG FREEtoegood WANTEDI ie 912-729-5835
home, due to health Boats, Motors, & Trailers F u Honda S 2000
4) one mixed long hair, Any Conditlonl only 20,000 miles. /204,16,800 miles, blue SATURN ION '04
12 years old, verylov- "The Used Parts People' $24,480. 998-0012 2like new call 270-6343 Stk#G017 $11988 ia I sI I I I-
Ing house broken. 779-6782 WEEKS MARINE 387.1440 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE nIghts, 220-0193. $25K TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877
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