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Seabee Rodeo
Three Teams Participate In Event
Pages 6-7


Files Fou nd
VA Computer Files Found By Contractor
Page 4


THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 2006




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Military Nights
Suns Host Armed Forces Members
Pages 9 and 13


www.jaxairnews.com


SOQs recognized



at special luncheon


By MC2(SW/AW)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff writer
N early 80 Sailors from NAS
Jacksonville were recog-
nized for receiving the
Sailor of the Quarter award from
their commands during a lunch-
eon Aug. 9.
CNOCM(SW/AW) Richard
Trimmer, command master chief
of Navy Region Southeast, was
the guest speaker for the event.
"To be a U.S. Sailor and to be
counted among the best of that
group that makes you a hero,"
he said. "The vast majority of
people will never know what you
do. You and your families have a
desire to serve and a desire to
improve. We need your service
and your leadership."


Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Attendees observe colors at the beginning of the Sailor of the Quarter
Luncheon at the NAS jax Officers' Club Aug. 9.


Each command has three
awardees: Senior Sailor of the
Quarter
(SSOQ), Sail-
HM1(FMF/DV/PJ) or of the
John Navarro of Quarter and
Branch Medical Junior Sailor
Clinic Jacksonville, of the Quar-
accepts his award ter (JSOQ).
package for being The award-
the Senior Sailor ees were
of the Quarter joined at the
from NAS Jax luncheon by
Commanding members of
Officer Capt. their chain of
Chip Dobson. command


and members of their family at
the NAS Jax Officers' Club.
After the luncheon, which
included a Polynesian menu, each
Sailor received a Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department
coupon book, letter of recognition,
$50 savings bond from VyStar
Credit Union and two tickets to a
Jacksonville Jaguars pre-season
game.
There was also a surprise draw-
ing, which awarded three Sailors
and their family a coupon book
from Applebee's Restaurant. with
a $50 coupon for every week of


CNOCM(SW/AW) Richard Trimm<
Region Southeast, gives his remarks
Quarter Luncheon.
the upcoming year.
"To honor military families for
their patriotism, Applebee's chose
to award this coupon book to a
different family each month,"'
said K.C. McCarthy, executive
director for the Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO. "These three
Sailors and their families will
represent the winners for Sep-
tember, October and November."


er, command master chief of Navy
as guest speaker at the Sailor of the

The winners of the Applebee's
coupon books are PRAN(AW)
Brandon Gulley, JSOQ for VS-24,
SMSN James Bilicki, JSOQ for
NAS Jax Weapons Department
and PS1(SW/AW) Marcie Farley,
SSOQ for Personnel Support
Detachment Jacksonville.

For a complete list of SOQ award-
ees, see Page 14.


Service members and civilians

due American-Amicable refunds


By Clark Pierce
Staff Writer


Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
(From left) HS-15 Executive Officer Todd Flannery congratulates AE1 Victor Barrera and AO1
Nestor Ortiz, who were selected to become chief petty officers.


Making the grade to CPO


By MC2 Brian Smarr
Staff Writer
T he U.S. Navy has a 113-year tradi-
tion the fraternity of chief petty
officers (CPO), the backbone of the
force, the people who truly get the job
done. Sept. 16 is an important day in many
Sailors' lives. Traditionally that day has
marked the official transition from petty
officer first class to CPO, the cross over
from blue to khaki.
Established April 1, 1893, the chief rank
has endured over 100 years of metamor-
phosis. From being simply a military job
title to an actual pay grade, the CPO mess
has undergone changes to rates as well. At
the end of World War II, there were 207
CPO rates. Merges and disestablishments


have changed that number to around 81
current CPO rates. The Navy looks at pro-
motion from pay grade E6 to E7 as a major
shift in duties and responsibilities.
AOC Darren Young of HS-15, described
one of the hardest aspects to the transi-
tion. "Selectees have to leave the hands-on
side of the house and become leaders and
mentors in their field. They become the
experts and have to manage their junior
personnel. It's an integral part of their
transition," noted Young.
To help selectees adapt to their new roles
in the fleet, current CPOs train them in
everything from military etiquette to time
management. Additionally, the Master
Chief Petty Officer of the Navy has estab-
See CPO, Page 16


he American-Amicable Life Insur-
ance Company of Waco, Texas and
its affiliatessePioneer American
Insurance Company and Pioneer Security
Life Insurance Companysewill be required
to provide immediate cash refunds and
increased policy benefits totaling $70 mil-
lion.
"After more than two years of investiga-
tions, we're delighted to see this settle-
ment announced," said Dave Faraldo,
director of NAS Jacksonville Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society, and a financial plan-
ning advocate for service men and women.
"Perhaps the best news is that these
companies are also banned from military
bases for five years, and may not use any
military personnel membership listings for
sales or solicitation purposes. Their decep-
tive sales practices targeted mostly young
and financially unsophisticated Sailors
and Marines. This settlement covers 4,600
policy holders in Florida," said Faraldo.
On Aug. 3, Georgia Insurance Commis-
sioner John Oxendine, Texas Insurance
Commissioner Mike Geeslin, the U.S.
Department of Justice and the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission
announced the multi-state and federal set-
tlements regarding the improper sale of
insurance and investment products to U.S.
military personnel.
Oxendine said in a news release that
approximately 57,000 current and former
service members will receive cash refunds
and modifications to their existing insur-
ance policies, if active. An additional
13,000 service members an'd 22,000 civil-
ians will receive increased cash surrender
benefits for a total of 92,000 policyholders
who will benefit from this settlement.
The settlement alleges that- the
American-Amicable companies violated
insurance and consumer protection
statutes in the sale and marketing of cer-


tain life insurance products to U.S. service
members.
The term life policies were sold primarily
to military personnel, and were often rep-
resented as investment products. Under
the settlement, the companies will be
required to:
Make cash payments to former and
current service members who were issued
a "Horizon Life" policy from Jan. 1, 2000
through July 28, 2006.
Increase the cash surrender value for
all in-force "Horizon Life" and "Wealth
Builder" policies regardless of when the
policy was issued or military status.
In a related matter, the Department of
Defense (DoD) published new rules and
regulations for on-base financial solicita-
tion in the July 10, 2006 edition of the
Federal Register. The new policy aims to
protect service men and women from
unfair and deceptive advertising practices
and prohibits base personnel from repre-
senting outside providers. Highlights
include:


See INSURANCE, Page 17


T llCHINIG Head to the fair Numerous commands-sponsored booths will showcase different cultural
TOUCHING heritages.
B A S E The sixth annual Multi-Cultural Awareness Fair is Aug. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 Free samples of cultural food dishes will be offered throughout the event.
p.m. at the Bachelor Officers Quarters Pavilion. This event features cultural Volunteers are needed to help with this event. Commands may also spon-
heritage representations and art displays, diverse cultural entertainment sor a booth. For more information or to volunteer, call YN1 Rowland at 542-
A 3, music, dancers, live bands and a car show. 2486, Ext. 114 or HMCS Bryce McNair at 542-3304.


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2 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 17, 20Q6


Looking back in time...


Hey, MoneyMan!
I have enough money to
pay all my bills, but I:
never seem to have very;
much to put into savings.,
My chief told us we should'
have an emergency fund,
so I was wondering how
much money do I need to
have set aside for emer-
gencies?
MoneyMan Sez:
Saving for that rainy day
is a good idea and you are
smart to think about an
emergency fund, The U.S.
Commerce Department's
Bureau of Economic
Analysis noted that
Americans spent more
than they earned in 2005
and had a negative savings
rate of 0.5 percent for the
year.
This means that
Americans are not only
using their savings, they
are also borrowing money
and spending more than
they have. There isn't a
certain dollar amount that
you should have because
everyone's situation is--dif-
ferent. You obviously want


Filephoto
This N2S-3 Stearman aircraft was used for primary student training in the early 1940s. The plane was all yellow so it
could be easily seen by other pilots. A N2S-3 Stearman is now on display at Heritage Park off Yorktown Road at NAS jax.


ON THE HOMEFRONT


W, MU, lb h fte a n dlow


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to save enough money to
pay any insurance
deductible you may have
like your auto insurance or
your homeowner's insur-
ance.
The rule of thumb for
emergency savings is to
have three to six months of
living expenses in a safe
and liquid account.
Liquidity essentially
means easy to get to. If
you had an emergency, you,
really would not want to
be forced into using your
TSP money or sell stock or
property in order to get
your money.
Try to keep your "liquid"
money in high-yield money
market accounts that gets
at least four to five percent
interest in order to beat
inflation. A few good
online accounts you could
check out are the Citi.com
E-Savings account,
Emigrantdirect.com, and-
HSBCdirect.com.

More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


Base housing fire inspections

coming up in September


From the NAS Jax Fire
Prevention Office

rT he annual family
housing inspection
S for those residents
living at NAS Jax will
begin Sept. 1 by base fire
department personnel.
Inspections will be held
throughout the month.
The intent of the inspec-
tion is to help ensure max-
imum safety of all housing
residents through normal
good housekeeping prac-
tices and to inform resi-


dents of actions to be
taken in the event of a fire
or other emergency.
Smoke and carbon
monoxide alarms will also
be tested to ensure proper
operation.
Fire department person-
nel will be in uniform and
conduct the inspection only
in the presence of an adult.
In the event no one is
home a call back slip will
be left on the door.
To reschedule a visit,
call 542-2783/3928.


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


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AN EVELIA MENDOZA

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Executive
Department

Hometown: Los Angeles

Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: VS-32

Career Plans: Currently pursuing my college
degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Going to
Mardi Gras in New Orleans in 2005.

Words of Wisdom: Always think it though
before acting.


AkET R OvsuIvN.


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MEGAN ELLIOT

Job title/command:
Youth Activities Director

Hometown: Sacramento,
Calif.


Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To continue working for
Morale, Welfare and Recreation and eventual-
ly move back to California.

Most Interesting Experience: Spending
six months in Japan teaching swim lessons.

Words of Wisdom: You can never smile or
laugh too much. Life is just too much fun!

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NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Staff Writer Li1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
The JIA All NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JIAiJl 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 laux NAm can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email JaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JMI Al NIm Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JK AIlI NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:


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


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lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 17, 2006 3


POW/MIA Observance


Photos by Clark Pierce
Phlebotomist Latania Smith explains the ALYX double-red-cell donation system to Lt.
Auntowhan Andrews of Commander, Navy Region Southeast.

Bank visits Navy Region

Southeast for life-saving deposits
By Clark Pierce 7
StaffWriter 1, 1A'] a


More than 55 volun-
teers helped save
lives Aug. 10 by
visiting the Florida Georgia
Blood Alliance mobile dona-
tion unit parked at Navy
Region Southeast head-
quarters.
OS1 Chad Kiser, com-
mand blood drive coordina-
tor, organized the quarterly
effort to put fresh red cells
into the blood bank. "More
than 45 percent of the
headquarters staff made
appointments to donate.
Plus, we've had a number
of walk-ups from other
commands."
Kiser said that the mili-
tary community never for-
gets the importance of
blood donation in saving
lives. "It's used daily for all
types of operations and for
treating accident victims.
The Florida Georgia Blood
Alliance staff told me that
it takes 350 pints of blood
each day to supply our local
hospitals and medical facil-
ities. We're glad to do our


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Phlebotomist Christina Wood prepares Cmdr. Don Draper,
commanding officer of Transient Personnel Unit Jacksonville
before he gives blood during a blood drive at NAS Jax Aug.
10.


part today."
Some volunteers chose to
use the ALYX Component
Collection System, which
allows collection of two
units of red blood cells,
instead of just one, from eli-
gible donors in approxi-
mately 25 minutes. The
system returns the remain-


ing blood components and
saline to the donor, elimi-
nating any net loss of body
fluid.
Florida Georgia Blood
Alliance serves 36 medical
facilities located in nine
counties in northeast
Florida, southeast Georgia
and Beaufort, S.C.


slated for

From NAS Jacksonville Public
Affairs
N AS Jacksonville will host a
POW/MIA Recognition Observance
Sept. 13 at
10 a.m. at the All
Saints Chapel to
honor all
Americans who are
former POWs, as
well as those who
are still unaccount-
ed for and their
families.
The keynote
speaker is retired
Navy Capt. Denver
Key. Key's A-4
Skyhawk flying
from USS Intrepid
(CVS 11), was shot
down over North
Vietnam in
November 1967.
He was assigned to
the VA-34 "Blue
Blasters," based at
NAS Cecil Field. He was lib-
erated with his fellow POWs in 1973.
The observance will include the POW
Pledge of Allegiance, led by retired Navy


Eyes on the


road, hands


on the wheel
From Staff
D rivers, don't forget to use your
hands-free device if talking on a cell
phone while driving. Those caught
using a cell phone without such a device
will have three points put on their base
driving record and must attend a driver
improvement course.
Point accumulation can cause your base
driving privileges to be suspended.
Three points during a one-month peri-
od driver improvement course.
Six points during six-month period -


Sept. 13
Chief Carl "Ed" Creamer, a former
Japanese POW. As a third class petty offi-
cer during World War II, his PBY was shot
down in the Bering Sea. He was one of
three survivors from the crew of nine
picked up by a Japanese cruiser.
At the end of the
observance, the
NAS Jacksonville
Weapons
Department will
render honors with
a 21-gun salute, fol-
lowed by a missing
man formation fly-
over.
POW/MIA obser-
vances are held
nationally and reaf-
firm a promise to
fallen comrades
that, "you are not
forgotten."
Military and civil-
ian employees at
NAS Jacksonville
as well as all other
area military installa-
tions are invited to attend.
The military attire for participants is
summer whites, working uniform for
guests and appropriate attire for civilians.


suspension for 30 days.
12 points during one year or 18 points
during two years suspension for at least
six months.



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Gearing up for deployment


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Photo by Mike Robinson
Members of the Wing Shop proudly display the Hornet wing they recently refabricated. From
left, Larry Durham, James McLean, Wayne Lamar, Ruth Orr, Tony Christian, Bob Vermillion,
Wing Shop Supervisor Buster Hathcock, Ray Baughn, Steve Moody, and Bob Baker.


Naval Air Depot fabricates


crucial F/A-18 wing spar

Repair saves r-
$2.7 million on
replacement wing i
By Frank Taormina .
Public Affairs Specialist U


Just like people when
they get older, air-
craft are at risk for
fractures. Since the first
F/A-18 Hornets entered
service in the early 1980s,
wings and other structural
components are aging and
beginning to "crack out."
The latest example was a
cracked aft wing spar, an
internal support structure
that grounded a Hornet at
NAS Oceana, Va.
"The Hornet wings were
never intended by the man-
ufacturer to be reworked.
Since few wings exist in
the supply system, some
componentsesuch as the
wing sparemust be built
from scratch. And why
incur the cost of a wing
replacement when our com-
puter numerically con-
trolled (CNC) machine
shop can fabricate a cost-
effective replacement?"
said Robert Kuch-ler, a
CNC machinist at NAVAIR
Depot Jackson-ville.
The genesis of the spar
fabrication involved per-
sonnel from engineering,
production control, manu-
facturing planning, CNC
ma-chine shop, quality
assurance and the wing
shop.
Since there were no local


Photo by Frank Taormina
Wayne Lamar of the Wing Shop, points to the area of the spar
that cracked prompting the spar to be replaced.


engineering specifications
to work from, Wing Shop
Work Leader Ruth Orr
tirelessly scoured the tech
library to locate Boeing
prints and other documen-
tation necessary to create
the new aft spar.
Once the specifications
were set, machinists or-
dered rough aluminum
forgings and acquired some
tooling from NAVAIR De-
pot North Island, Calif.
and NAVAIR Depot
Jackson-ville, Oceana
Detachment (Virginia
Beach, Va.).
Additional tooling had to
be developed by feeding
measurements of the origi-
nal spar into the CNC com-
puter system.
The hands-on attach-
ment process for the new
spar took place in the
Overhaul and Repair Wing
Shop.


"As with every job, preci-
sion is crucial. The new
spar had to be aligned
within a tolerance of just
one-and-one-half thou-
sandths of an inch. If your
measurements are inmpre-
cise, the part will simply
not fit on the aircraft,"
explained Overhaul and
Repair Wing Shop Super-
visor Buster Hathcock:
"Once the new spar was
aligned 'exactly, my wing
shop metalsmiths reamed
the holes and followed an
extensive'quality assur-
ance process before fasten-
ing it to the wing. Because
this was the very first
spar-replacement project at
a NAVAIR Depot, the ini-
tial process took about six
months. We're currently
working on a second spar
replacement and expect to
complete it in just three
months," said Hathcock.


Photo by MCSN Jacqueline Hall
MSSN Harry Rucker, assigned to the Mad Foxes of VP-5, photographs members of his
squadron hard at work on the flight line of NAS Jacksonville Aug. 8. VP-5 is gearing up
for a regularly scheduled deployment set for December.


Worksheets must be signed

by Aug. 25

It s time to gear up for the September E4 advancement exam.
Worksheets are ready for verification and signature at the Personnel
Support Activity Detachment through Aug. 25. Worksheets must be
signed by this date. No exceptions! Eligible Sailors must bring their
most recent evaluation to compute a performance mark average for
the exam.


^Attention cyclists!
\yjIFrom Staff .....


f cyclists entering NAS
AJacksonville will no
S'- ..longer be allowed to
enter via the commercial gate
Sdue to safety issues.
The NAS Jax Safety Office
Sand Security Department are
looking at ways to make
S Birmingham and Yorktown
entrances more bicycle
S friendly. Please forward any
ideas you have to the NAS
Jax Safety Office at 542-3082.


Subcontractor notifies VA of


missing computer with vet files


From Department of Veterans
Affairs Public Affairs
he Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA) announced Aug. 7 that a sub-
contractor, hired to assist in insur-
ance collections for VA's medical centers
in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, has
informed the department that a desktop
computer containing personal information
on some veterans is missing from the
company's offices.
"VA's Inspector General, the FBI and
local law enforcement are conducting a
thorough investigation of this matter,"
said R. James Nicholson, secretary of vet-
erans affairs.
VA was notified on the afternoon of
Aug. 3 by the subcontractor, Unisys
Corpora-tion, that the computer was
missing from its Reston, Va., offices. VA
immediately dispatched a team to Unisys
to assist in the search for'the missing
computer and to help determine the pre-
cise nature of the information it may have
contained.
While the investigation is in an early
stage, VA believes the records involved
are limited to people who received treat-
ment at the two Pennsylvania medical
centers during the past four years. It is
believed the desktop computer may have
contained patients' names, addresses,
Social Security numbers, dates of birth,
insurance carriers and billing informa-
tion, dates of military service, and claims
data that may include some medical infor-
mation.
Initial estimates indicate the desktop
contained information on approximately
5,000 patients treated at Philadelphia,
approximately 11,000 patients treated at


Pittsburgh, and approximately 2,000
deceased patients. VA is also investigat-
ing the possibility the computer may have
contained information on approximately
another 20,000 people who received care
through the Pittsburgh medical center.
Investigators are working on this inci-
dent with the full cooperation of Unisys.
VA is also working with Unisys regarding
the offer of credit monitoring and individ-
ual notifications to those who may be
affected.
Upon learning the computer was miss-
ing, VA personnel took immediate steps
to notify the appropriate senior VA lead-
ership, including the secretary and
deputy secretary, appropriate congres-
sional offices and committees, VA's Office
of the Inspector General and other law
enforcement authorities; including the
FBI and the Department of Homeland
Security's Computer Emergency Response
Team.
The ongoing investigation will provide
VA more details on the precise number of
veterans whose information the computer
may have contained. VA will provide fur-
ther updates as the investigation pro-
duces additional information.
"VA is making progress to reform its
information technology and cyber security
procedures, but this report of a missing
computer at a subcontractor's secure
building underscores the complexity of
the work ahead as we establish VA as a
leader in data and information security,"
Nicholson added.


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lax Ar News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 17, 2006 5


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER



A little tact


goes a long way

By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
I have never liked people who tell me things that are
obvious like they are making an important revela-
tion. You know the kind of person I am talking
about.
Someone who looks at you and says something like
"did you know you have a ..B.""'"<,.
Band-Aid on the top of your
head?" or "those pants look a 2
little tight, are you gaining
weight?" -
In most cases we know
there is a Band-Aid on our
head because we already feel
like an idiot for hitting our
head on a cabinet door, we
don't need to be reminded of iJ
it. I also know when my \
pants are getting tight, after
all, I am the one who has to
wear them. Chaplain
What I want to know is (Lt.) Mylon Pope
why those people feel com-
pelled to point out such mundane things. Could it be
that they are genuinely concerned? Probably not, usual-
ly they are just limited when it comes to a wonderful
gift called "tact."
Tact is the ability to look at a situation that is obvious
to everyone, and deal with it in a way that offends no
one. Tact allows a person to remember that the best
way to treat anyone is the way you want to be treated,
and it never allows its use to intentionally hurt anyone's
feelings or pride.
Why am I asking you to read an article about tact?
The answer is simple. Our goal in this life should be to
make the world a better place or at least our area of it.
When we leave a place or a situation, we should
always feel we have left it better than we found it.
People who are like "bulls in china shops" invariably
create problems that never should have been created
just because of their nature.
People who live by the golden rule are usually the
ones who have to clean up after the "bull in the china
shop" while wondering what all the fuss is about.
If you know what I am talking about, more power to
you. If this doesn't make sense, stay away from china
shops .. if you break it, you buy it. "


Marriage workshops offered


From Naval Hospital Public
Affairs
An experiential and interactive
workshop for couples who want
to strengthen their marriage
while personally growing within the
marriage.
The workshop will include mini-lec-
tures, visual slides, couple interac-
tions and group discussion:
Privacy is important to us. No one
will be expected to disclose anything


private to the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship Assessment
Clarification of Needs, Values and
Priorities
Levels & Styles of Communi-
cation
Listening Skills
Win/Win Strategies
Neutralizing "Hot Buttons"
Four Social Styles and Character
Connecting & Distancing Issues
Dealing with Feelings and Emo-


tions
Developing your "Love Map"
Responsibility Issues
Support and Encouragement
The upcoming workshop dates are
Aug. 26, Sept. 23 and October 28 from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The workshop is
held in Building 2036 on the corner of
Saphier and Tatum Street behind the
hospital emergency room.
Bring a bag lunch. For more infor-
mation and to pre-register, call 542-
3473, Ext. 116.


Hatch Act guidelines for federal employees


From the U.S. Office of
Special Counsel

The Hatch Act restricts
the political activity
of executive branch
employees of the federal
government, District of
Columbia government and
some state and local
employees who work in con-
nection with federally fund-
ed programs.
In 1993, Congress passed
legislation that significant-
ly amended the Hatch Act
as it applies to federal and
D.C. employees (5 U.S.C.
7321-7326). (These amend-
ments did not change the
provisions that apply to
state and local employees. 5
U.S.C. 1501- 1508.)
Under the amendments
most federal and D.C.
employees are now permit-
ted to take an active part in
political management and
political campaigns.
A small group of federal
employees are subject to
greater restrictions and
continue to be prohibited
from engaging in partisan
political management and
partisan political cam-
paigns.
The U.S. Office of Special
Counsel (OSC) has devel-
oped a number of booklets,
posters and fact sheets that
explain the application of
the Hatch Act. Copies of


the booklets and posters
can be ordered from the
Government Printing
Office.
The fact sheet may be
downloaded or emailed
directly from the OSC Web
site.
Additionally, OSC has
created a PowerPoint pres-
entation "Political Activity
and the Federal Employee"
- which covers the rules
and regulations of the
Hatch Act.
Federal employees should
also be aware that certain
political activities may also
be criminal offenses under
title 18 of the U.S. Code.
See 18 U.S.C. 210, 211,
594, 595, 600, 601, 602,
603, 604, 605, 606, 607,
610.
Permitted/prohibited
activities for employees
who may participate in par-
tisan political activity
These federal and D.C.
employees may:
Be candidates for public
office in nonpartisan elec-
tions
Register and vote as
they choose
Assist in voter registra-
tion drives
Express opinions about
candidates and issues
Contribute money to
political organizations
Attend political fund-
raising functions


Attend and be active at
political rallies and meet-
ings
Join and be an active
member of a political party
or club
Sign nominating peti-
tions
Campaign for or against
.referendum questions, con-
stitutional amendments,
municipal ordinances
Campaign for or against
candidates in partisan elec-
tions
Make campaign speech-
es for candidates in parti-
san elections
Distribute campaign lit-
erature in partisan elec-
tions
'* Hold office in political
clubs or parties
These federal and D.C.
employees may not:
Use official authority or
influence to interfere with
an election
Solicit or discourage
political activity of anyone
with business before their
agency
Solicit or receive politi-
cal contributions (may be
done in certain limited situ-
ations by federal labor or
other employee organiza-
tions)
Be candidates for public
office in partisan elections
Engage in political
activity while:
A. On duty


B. In a government office
C. Wearing an official
uniform
D Using a government
vehicle
E. Wear partisan political
buttons on duty
Agencies/employees pro-
hibited from engaging in
partisan political activity:
Employees of the follow-
ing agencies (or agency
components), or in the fol-
lowing categories, are sub-
ject to more extensive
restrictions on their politi-
cal activities than employ-
ees in other Departments
and agencies:
Administrative Law
Judges, Defense Intel-
ligence Agency, Federal
Bureau of Investigation,
Federal Elections Commis-
sion, Merit Systems
Protection Board, National
Security Agency, National
Security Council, Office of
Criminal Investigation,
Internal Revenue Service,
Office of Investigative
Programs, Customs
Service, Office of Law
Enforcement (Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms), Office of Special
Counsel, Secret Service
and the Senior Executive
Service.
Permitted/prohibited
activities for employees


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Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 24 team member CE3 Brady Bennett pre-
pares to string the lights for their shower tent.


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Shower tents were constructed at the first Seabee Rodeo held Aug. 5-6 at NAS Jacksonville.


SEABEES DEMONSTRATE


'CAN DO' SPIRIT DURING


FIRST SEABEE RODEO
By MCI William Lovelady
Naval Reserve Readiness Command Southeast
aval Mobile Constructiong Battalion 14
(NMCB-14) hosted the first 3rd Naval 4
Construction Regiment (3rd NCR)
Seabee Rodeo at NAS Jacksonville Aug. 4-6.
A NMCB-14 team competed against a NMCB- .
23 team from Fort Belvoir, Va. and a NMCB-24
team from Huntsville, Ala.
In the past, Seabee rodeos have focused on
Seabees in construction ratings, mostly equip- r
ment operators and construction workers. This
year's rodeo was an all-hands, all-skills event with
14-member teams. Scoring emphasis was placed B
on bringing in as many junior Seabees as possible K
and not loading the team with senior people. H
Competition began the first day with an agili- & ".'. .;.:" .
ty test to measure each team member's physical
readiness. This was followed by a 150-question E03 Michael Turner from Naval Mobile Construc-
written test of rating specific information as tion Battalion 24 operates the case loader with a
well as general military knowledge. Then the backhoe attachment to dig a drain field for their
teams moved to the range for a beam-hit laser shower tent.
marksmanship competition.
As the Seabees settled into their tents for the
night, teams took turns standing watch in the -
compound and dealing with various emergency
training scenarios.
The second day of competition began with a
personnel inspection. The teams then started the
capstone event; the practical skills competition.
To demonstrate their all-around skills and
teamwork each group constructed a shower tent
from the ground up, manufactured and raised a
flagpole and cooked lunch. Equipment operators,
steel workers, storekeepers, culinary specialists r: .~.'
and others all came together with Seabee "can .. .
do" spirit. Midway through the hot August day, .
the teams took a break from digging and ham- "
mering for hot dogs and three flavors of chili -1.
from their respective chefs... "
Commodore Robert Newman of 3rd NCR said, mi ..... t. I
"We're trying to build small unit leadership. We
limit the number of people here as well as sen- SK3 Kris Eger of Naval Mobile Construction
iority. We want to build up our junior people so Battalion 23, inventories supplies for her battalion
they can take the reins." during the practical exercise portion of the compe-
tition Aug. 6. Egar was chosen overall outstanding
See SEABEES, Page 7 Seabee during the rodeo.


CM1 John Kareck from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 24 nails flooring for
the shower tent, as part of the practical skills competition.


Exhausted from the day's competition, members from Aaval Mobile Construction Battalion 23 try to cool
off under what little shade they could find.







Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 17, 2006 7


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Commodore Robert Newman presents Ensign Chris Buckley of Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion 24 with the 3rd Naval Construction Regiment Magnificent Seven trophy for their
overall win at the 2006 Seabee rodeo competition held at NAS Jacksonville.


SW2 Brian Wilbur raises the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 flag in front of their
shower tent during the Seabee Rodeo Aug. 5.


Commodore Robert Newman of 3rd Naval Construction Regiment talks with members of


PHOTOS BY MC2 (AW) JOELLEN FINERFROCK Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14 during the Seabee Rodeo at NAS Jacksonville.



SEMIEES: NMCB-24 (HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA) TAKES OVERALL WIN


Frnm Pieg6- -


When the dust settled, NMCB-24 took
the practical skills competition and the
overall win. Newman presented them with
the 3rd NCR Magnificent Seven Trophy,
named for the seven members of the regi-
ment who died in Iraq in 2004 and whose
names are now inscribed on it.
"Let us never forget the Seabees who
died from NMCB-14," said Newman. "Now
NMCB-24 has got to figure out how to
hang onto the trophy. All of you go back to


Seabee Rodeo Competition Winners
i THE WINNERS IN EACH SEGMENT OF COMPETITION WERE:
HBsIHss AGLIuT -EO3 MICHAEL WHITE OF NMCB-23
HIUBmST WRErEN TEST scORes E03 MICHAEL TURNER OF NMCB-24
HIGHEST BEAMHIT MARESMANSHIP BU3 ERIC VEGA OF NMCB- 14
HIGHEST PERSONNEL INSPECTION BU3 ERIC VEGA OF NMCB-14
HIGHEST PRACTICAL SKILLS NMCB-24

your battalions and be proud of what you selected Overall Outstanding Seabee of the
did." rodeo and awarded a Navy and Marine
One of the Seabees of NMCB-23, SK3 Corps Achievement Medal for her perform-
Kris Eger, from California, Md., was ance.


"What an experience," said Eger. "We
met new people, we challenged our train-
ing and we never gave up. This is all a
group effort. That's what I love about the
Seabees, we do very little as individuals.
Nobody finishes alone."
Ensign Chris Buckley, officer in charge
of the winning NMCB-24 team said, "This
was a tight competition. We had good com-
petition among the battalions' and every-
one worked hard. I think we just did a lit-
tle better job of teamwork and that made
the difference."


Commodore Robert Newman of 3rd Naval Construction Regiment samples the chili that the culinary specialists cooked as part of the competition during the Seabee Rodeo.








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HATCH ACT: Make sure you follow the rules


From Page 5


who may not participate in
partisan political activity:
These federal employ-
ees may:
Register and vote as
they choose
Assist in voter registra-
tion drives
Express opinions about
candidates and issues
Participate in cam-
paigns where none of the
candidates represent a
political party
Contribute money to
political organizations or
attend political fund rais-
ing functions
Attend political rallies
and meetings
Join political clubs or
parties
t Sign nominating peti-
tions
Campaign for or
against referendum ques-
tions, constitutional
amendments, municipal
ordinances
These federal employ-
ees may not:
Be candidates for pub-
lic office in partisan elec-
tions
Campaign for or
against a candidate or
slate of candidates in par-
tisan elections
Make campaign
speeches
Collect contributions or
sell tickets to political fund
raising functions
Distribute campaign
material in partisan elec-
tions
Organize or manage
political rallies or meetings
Hold office in political
clubs or parties
Circulate nominating


petitions
Work to register voters
for one party only
Wear political buttons
at work
Penalties for Violating
the Hatch Act
An employee who vio-
lates the Hatch Act shall
be removed from 'their
position, and funds appro-
priated for the position
from which removed there-
after may not be used to
pay the employee or indi-
vidual.
However, if the Merit
Systems Protection Board
finds by unanimous vote
that the violation does not
warrant removal, a penal-
ty of not less than 30 days'
suspension without pay
shall be imposed by direc-
tion of the Board.
Frequently asked ques-
tions and answers for
employees who may
engage in partisan politi-
cal activity:
Q: Can I make a contri-
bution to the campaign of a
partisan candidate, or to a
political party or organiza-
tion?
A: Yes. A federal employ-
ee may contribute to the
campaign of a partisan
candidate, or to a political
party or organization.
Q: If I have a bumper
sticker on my personal car,
am I allowed to park the
car in a government lot or
garage, or in a private
lot/garage if the govern-
ment subsidizes my park-
ing fees?
A: Yes. An employee is
allowed to park his or her
privately owned vehicle
with bumper sticker in a
government lot or garage.


An employee may also
park the car with a
bumper sticker in a private
lot or garage for which the
employee receives a sub-
sidy from his or her
agency.
Q: Can I help organize a
political fundraiser?
A: An employee is
allowed to organize a
fundraiser, including sup-
plying names for the invi-
tation list, as long as he or
she does not personally
solicit, accept, or receive
contributions.
Q: Can my name appear
on invitations to a political
fundraiser as a sponsor or
point of contact?
A: No. An employee's
name may not be shown on
an invitation to such a
fundraiser as a sponsor or
point of contact.
Q: Can I speak at a polit-
ical fundraiser?
A: An employee is
allowed to give a speech or
keynote address at a politi-
cal fundraiser, as long as
he or she is not on duty,
and does not solicit politi-
cal contributions.
Q: If I'm going.to speak
at a political fundraiser,
what information about me
can be printed on the invi-
tations?
A: An employee's name
can be shown as a guest
speaker. However, the ref-
erence should not in any
way suggest that the
employee solicits or
encourages contributions.
Invit-ations to the
fundraiser may not include
the employee's official
title; although an employee
who is ordinarily
addressed with a general


term of address such as
"The Honorable" may use,
or permit the use of, that
term of address on .the
invitation.
Q: Can I attend a state
or national party conven-
tion? If so, in what capaci-
ty?
A: Yes. A federal employ-
ee may serve as a delegate,
alternate, or proxy to a
state or national party con-
vention.
Q: If I run as a candidate
for public office in a non-
partisan election, does the
Hatch Act allow me to ask
for and accept political
contributions?
A: An employee who is a
candidate for public office
in a nonpartisan election is
not barred by the Hatch
Act from soliciting, accept-
ing, or receiving political
contributions for his or her
own campaign.
Q: May I distribute
brochures for a political
party to people arriving at
a polling place on Election
.Day?
A: Yes. An employee may
stand outside a polling
place on Election Day and
hand out brochures on
behalf of a partisan politi-
cal candidate or political
party.
Answers to other ques-
tions about allowable polit-
ical activity by federal
employees can also be
found in Hatch Act regula-
tions in Title 5 of the Code
of Federal Regulations.
Questions not answered
above, or in the regula-
tions, can be submitted to
OSC for an advisory opin-
ion.


Personal lightning safety tips


From the National
Lightning Safety
Institute
Plan in advance your
evacuation and safe-
ty measures. When
you first see lightning or
hear thunder, activate your
emergency plan.
Now is the time to go to a
building or a vehicle.
Lightning often precedes
rain, so don't wait for the
rain to begin before sus-
pending activities.
If outdoors . avoid
water. Avoid the high
ground. Avoid open spaces.
Avoid all metal objects
including electric wires,
fences, machinery, motors,
,power tools, etc. Unsafe
places include underneath
canopies, small picnic or
rain shelters, or near trees.
Where possible, find shelter
in a substantial building or
in a fully enclosed metal
vehicle such as a car, truck
or a van with the windows
completely shut.
If lightning is striking


nearby when you are out-,,
side, you should:
*Crouch down. Put feet
together. Place hands over
ears to minimize hearing
damage from thunder.
Avoid proximity (mini-,
mum of 15 feet) to other
people.
If indoors . avoid
water. Stay away from-
doors and windows. Do not
use the telephone.
Take off headsets. Turn
off, unplug, and stay away
from appliances, comput-,
ers, power tools and TV
sets. Lightning may strike
exterior electric and phone
lines, inducing shocks to
inside equipment.
Suspend activities for 30
minutes after the last
observed lightning or thun-
der.
Injured persons do not
carry an electrical charge
and can be handled safely.
Apply first
aid procedures to a light-
ning victim if you are quali-
fied to do so. Call 911 or
send for help immediately.


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Surveillance Facility, Jacksonville personnel
were recognized during an awards ceremony
Aug. 3:
Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal
ACC(AW) Darrell Howell
AC1(AW) Adrienne Park-Tucker
Flan Letter of Colmmendation
OS1(SW) Brian Phipps
AC3 Adam Kollar


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Hospital's Bono

demonstrates her

pitching skills

From Naval Hospital Jax Public Affairs
M ore than 100 enthusiastic Naval Hospital
Jacksonville and Naval Branch Health Clinic
(NBHC) Sailors cheered on hospital Commanding
Officer Capt. Raquel Bono as she threw out the first pitch
at the Aug. 11 Jacksonville Suns game.
Bono said she enjoyed the experience immensely, "We
enjoy being part of the community here and having oppor-
tunities like this in which to participate," she said. "This
is one of the. things I've found great about Jacksonville,
there are so many readily accessible sporting events avail-
able in really nice venues. Bono said her husband, Art
made sure she "didn't pitch like a iI'" by taking her out
to the baseball fields on NAS Jacksonville for a few prac-
tice throws. The practice paid off as her pitch sailed
across the plate at the Sun's game.
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville Color Guard paraded
the colors before the game and dazzled the crowd with
their outstanding rifle routine. Members of the team
included CSSN Raymond Grant, CSSN Lloyd Winn, HN
Rolando Brooks and HM3 Eliseo Rodriguez.
The Suns, Jacksonville's AA team for the Los Angeles
Dodgers, was taking on the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx, the
Cubs' AA affiliate. Although the Suns suffered defeat, a 4-
2 defeat, a losing night at the ballgame is always better
than a night just about anywhere else.


Naval
Hospital
Jacksonville
Commanding
Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono
throws the
first pitch at
the Aug. 11
Jacksonville
Suns game.


Photos by HM 1 Michael Morgan
Members of the Naval Hospital Jacksonville Color Guard present the colors at the Suns game.


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What to do before, during, and after a hurricane|

From the American Red
Cross


he following are some tips
to keep you and your family
safe in case a hurricane
should ever hit the Jacksonville
area:
WHAT TO DO NOW
Decide where you plan to go if
ordered to evacuate.
Put together your disaster kit.
Register with your local emer-
gency management agency if you
will need assistance during an
evacuation and there is no one
else to help you.
Plan for pets. Pets are not
allowed in public shelters. If you
need to make arrangements, call
your vet or the humane society.
When a storm approaches
Listen for weather updates.
Stay informed.
Have your car ready. Check
gas, oil, water and maintenance.
Check your emergency evacua-
tion supplies.
Board up or put storm shutters
on windows.
Clear your yard of loose objects
that can fly in high winds.
Secure your boat.
Leave the swimming pool filled.
Super-chlorinate the water and
cover the pump and filtration sys-
tems.
IF YOU STAY HOME
Stock up on water. You should
have a minimum of one gallon
per person per day for three days.
Obtain a week's supply of non-
perishable foods. Don't forget a
non-electric can opener.
Check your disaster supply kit.
Be a good friend. Offer your
home to friends and relatives who
must leave their homes.
Stay inside, away from win-
dows.
Wait for official word that the
danger is over. Don't be fooled by
the eye of the storm.
IF A WARNING
HAS BEEN ISSUED
In the event of a hurricane
warning for this area watch local
news stations if you have electric-
ity. If not, WOKV-AM 690 will
have current information on
portable radios.


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Pack what you need.
Turn off electricity, water, gas
at their main valves and switch-
es. Never attempt to turn these
back on when returning, call your
utility company to do this and
check for damage and breaks.
Contact friends and relatives
and let them know where you are
going.
Lock windows and doors.
It is required that all mobile
home residents evacuate for all
hurricane-force winds and seek
safe shelter.
AFTER THE STORM
Have valid identification. You
will not be allowed into your area
unless you can provide proof of
residence.


Beware of snakes, insects and
animals driven to higher ground.
Avoid downed or dangling
power lines.
Be cautious with fires. Do not
strike matches until you are cer-
tain there are no gas leaks.
Avoid using candles, they may
result in fire. Use flashlights
instead.
Fill clean containers and bath-
tubs with water for drinking,
washing, cooking and to flush toi-
lets.
Turn the refrigerator and freez-
er to coldest settings.
Helping children cope with dis-
asters
As an adult, you'll need to cope
with the disaster in a way that
will help children avoid develop-
ing a permanent sense of loss.


How you react to an emergency
gives them clues on how to act. If
you seem overcome with a sense
of loss, a child may feel their loss-
es more strongly.
Children's fears may also stem
from their imagination, and you
should take these feelings seri-
ously. A child who feels afraid is
afraid.
Teach your child how to call for
help.
Help children memorize impor-
tant family information such as
family name, address and phone
number.
DISASTER KIT
Water. Store one gallon per per-
son per day for at least three
days.
Ready-to-eat canned foods and


high-energy foods peanut but.
ter, trail mix, etc.
Paper plates, plastic utensils. -
Battery operated flashlights,-
radio and extra batteries.
Cash or traveler's checks.
Non-electric can opener.
Fire extinguisher.
Fully charged cell phone andr
extra batteries.
Tape and plastic sheeting.
Plastic storage containers.
Paper products, garbage bags,
disinfectant and bleach.
Baby necessities formula, dia;
pers, medications.
Any special medications, cor-
tact lenses, glasses.
Coolers for food if needed and
ice.
First aid essentials.


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Five tips when PCS moving


$ Gene-Thomas
somulka
Special contributor
Here are a few mov-
ing tips that might
prove helpful to
you and your family:
Prepare Early In
order to reduce stress that
can accompany a perma-
nent 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 dur-
ing thesummer months
when most transfers take
place.
As soon as you are in
receipt of orders, contact
your transportation/ship-
ping office and make an
appointment to meet with
a relocation counselor who
can advise and assist you
with your move.
Take House Hunting
Leave if Possible While
government housing may
be available at one's next
duty station, the need or
option to rent or buy a
home can best be handled
by utilizing house hunting
leave that does not affect
one's annual leave.
Some questions that
need,to be answered early
in. this regard are: Are gov-
ernment quarters avail-
able that will meet your
needs given 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, employ-
ment opportunities for
spouse, increasing real
estate values, etc.).
If you plan on renting,
before contacting a realty
company, have you visited
the base housing office
that often provides a list of
apartments, townhouses
and homes for rent accord-
ing to areas and price
ranges?
:Discard Useless Items -
QOer the years we all
acquire items that we no
longer use or need.
Rather than having them
transported to our new
duty station, it's best to
donate them to charity or
hold a "yard sell."
'This is particularly
important if one has
orders overseas or is mov-
ing into a home smaller
than the one that is being
vacated. Packing and
unipacking is hard enough
without having to waste
time on unpacking junk
that takes up space and
requires energy to store.
"Inform family, friends
anhd businesses of your
new address The US
Postal Service provides
various forms that can
help having one's mail for-
warded either to a interim
address, or directly to
one's new address.
*'While first class mail
will be forwarded up to one
year following one's move,
it's best to inform family,
friends, utilities, banks
aid credit card companies,
magazine publications,
and others of one's new
address as soon as one is
resettled.
"Preparing these notifica-
tidohs early can reduce the
potential for bills not being

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iFriends and family will
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days to receive.


paid or credit card interest
being assessed due to late
payments.
Do not be preoccupied
with your past duty sta-
tion or unrealized orders -
Some couples and families
arrive at their new duty
station and discover that
there may not be certain
conveniences that were
available at their prior
location where they may
have had roomier quar-


ters, better schools, or
shorter commutes.
Others may be upset
that they were sent to a
particular place instead of
a command that was at
the top of their
"dreamsheet." In so far as
happiness stems from an
appreciation of who we are
and what we have
received; whereas, unhap-
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OiRTHEA$TJACKSONVILLE
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From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Alta Dr. heading
north approx. 2 mi. Right on New Berlin Rd. Bear left
at fork in road to community on left. (904) 591-7119
3841 Cedar Bluff Lane $322,990
3,398 sq. ft., 5 bdrms., 3 baths and loft.
Extended patio, 9-foot knockdown ceilings,
alarm system, solid-surface countertops, bay
window with sliders in dining room, kitchen
island and upgraded cabinets.
3882 Marsh Bluff Drive $255,990
2,203 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2 baths and den.
Covered patio, 9-ft. knockdown ceilings,
upgraded countertops and cabinets, alarm
system, bay window in master bedroom.
3900 Marsh Bluff Drive $272,990
2,203 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. and 2 baths. Extended
covered patio, upgraded cabinets, kitchen
island, step ceiling in master bedroom,
upgraded countertops and knockdown
ceilings.
3937 Marsh Bluff Drive $305,990
2,836 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft.
Knockdown ceilings, solid-surface countertops,
kitchen island, upgraded cabinets, step ceiling
in master bedroom and upgraded master bath.



From 1-95, take 9A south and exit Pulaski Rd. heading
north to community on right. (904) 751-1274
12287 Deersong Drive $257,990
2,851 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft.
Covered patio, 9-ft. ceilings, upgraded
cabinets, solid surface countertops, step ceiling
in master bedroom and upgraded master bath.
12341 Deersong Drive $214,990
2,307 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. and 2 baths. Covered
patio, blinds throughout, upgraded cabinets,
kitchen island, alarm system and knockdown
ceilings.


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From 1-95, exit CR 210 heading east. Right on'US 1 to
community on left. (904) 819-6604
741 Rembrandt Avenue $223,990
1,590 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. and 2 baths. Full
stucco exterior, extended patio, volume
ceilings, upgraded cabinets and solid-surface
countertops, bay window with sliders in master
bedroom and knockdown ceilings.
760 Rembrandt Avenue $227,990
1,604 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. and 2 baths. Extended
covered patio with screens and French door
entry, 9-foot ceilings, tray ceiling in master
bedroom, upgraded cabinets and upgraded
master bath.


From 1-95, exit east on CR 206. Left on US 1 and drive
approx. 2 mi. to community on left. (904) 591-7127
253 Brantley Harbor Drive $248,990
2,217 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2 baths and den. Patio,
volume ceilings, upgraded cabinets and solid-
surface countertops, blinds throughout and
energy-efficient appliances.
212 Brantley Harbor Drive $261,990
2,334 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. and 2 baths. Sprinkler
system, alarm system, 9-foot ceilings, upgraded
cabinets and countertops, knockdown ceilings
and upgraded master bath.
204 Brantley Harbor Drive $281,990
2,459 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. and 2.5 baths. Extended
patio, 9-foot ceilings, upgraded cabinets and
countertops, bay window with sliders in dining
room, knockdown ceilings and upgraded
master bath.


236 Brantley Harbor Drive $255,990
1,760 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. and 2 baths. Covered
patio, 9-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchen
island, upgraded cabinets and solid-surface
countertops, knockdown ceilings, alarm
system and bay window in the master
bedroom.

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From 1-95, exit west on CR 207. Drive .25 mi. to
community on left. Go .75 mi. to sales center by golf
clubhouse. (904) 819-9081
5504 Over Creek Drive $259,990
1,850 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. and 2 baths. Covered
patio, kitchen island, volume ceilings, bay
window in master bedroom and upgraded
master bath.
5327 Cypress Links Blvd. $314,990
3,599 sq. ft., 4 bdrms. and 2 baths. 9-ft. ceilings,
upgraded master bath, upgraded cabinets,
recessed lighting, knockdown ceilings, bay
window in the master bedroom and patio.
5323 Cypress Links Blvd. $242,990
1,850 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2 baths and 3-car garage.
Volume ceilings, tray ceiling and sliders in
master bedroom, upgraded cabinets and
countertops and upgraded master bath.
5119 Cypress Links Blvd. $302,990
3,087 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 3 baths, loft and 3-car
garage. Extended patio, 9-foot ceilings, kitchen
island and upgraded master bath.


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SOUTHEAST ACSQ VILLE

From J.Turner Butler, exit Southside Blvd. heading
north approx. 4 mi. Left on Ivey Rd. and immediate
right onto access road to community on left.
(904) 725-2125
8842 Shell Island Drive $169,990
1,512 sq. ft., 2 bdrms., 2.5 baths and den. End
unit, kitchen island, upgraded appliances and
tray ceiling in master bedroom.
8852 Shell Island Drive $175,990
1,597 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft.
Step ceiling in master bedroom, upgraded
appliances and maple cabinets.
2372 Red Moon Drive $165,990
1,399 sq. ft., 2 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft.
Covered patio, maple cabinets, upgraded
appliances and step ceiling in master bedroom.

WEST JACKSONV IE
Hawk's Pointe ..
From 1-295, exit Blanding Blvd. heading west.
Turn right on Argyle Forest Blvd. Turn right on Old
Middleburg Rd. Community is .5 mi. on right.
(904) 317-0069
9399 Hawk's Pointe Dr. $195,990
1,691 sq. ft., 3 bdrms. and 2 baths. Covered
patio, alarm system, blinds throughout, kitchen
island, bay window in master bedroom and
upgraded master bath.

NASSAU COUNTY
Timber Creek Plantation
From 1-95, e>:it A I A heading west. Drive approx. 1 mi.
to community on left. (9041) 225-2581
76234 Deerwood Drive $231,990
2,478 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 2.5 baths and loft.
Sprinkler system, covered patio, paved
driveway, kitchen island, raised-panel maple
cabinets, solid surface countertops, upgraded
master bath, blinds throughout and intercom
system.


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Jai Air HOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 17, 2006 13


Hospital staff puts 'healthy


foot forward' to set example


of physical readiness


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Public Affairs


Photo by MC3 Mark Braden
Members of the Honor Support Team from Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
Jax present the colors at the opening of the Jacksonville Suns game Aug. 10. From left, AT3
Mary Pray, AS3 Joycelyn Calloway, AT3 jonelle Mack and AE3 Angell Warnock.

Jacksonville Suns hold


Military Appreciation Night


By MC3 Mark Braden
Special Contributor
Hundreds of military
members and their
families from NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and their tenant commands
attended a Jacksonville
Suns game Aug. 10 as part
of the Suns' Military Appre-
ciation Night. As part of this
special night, Lt. j.g. Brad
Cowden of the HS-5
"Nightdippers" threw out
the first pitch.


Also participating in the
event was the Honor
Support Team from Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jacksonville,
who presented the colors
during the national anthem.
Honor Support Team partic-
ipants included AT3, Mary
Pray, AS3 Joycelyn
Calloway, AT3 Jonelle Mack
and AE3 Angell Warnock.
The Jacksonville Suns
host several military appre-
ciation nights during home
games throughout their sea-


son. Military members and
their families are given dis-
counted admission prices
and are recognized during
the game. These special
nights are sponsored by the
Suns, who have been spon-
soring this event for more
than 50 years.
The night concluded with
the Jacksonville Suns win-
ning the baseball game 4-3
over the West Tenn Dia-
mond Jaxx.


Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville staff must
"put their healthy
foot forward" is why Capt.
Raquel Bono said physical
readiness is a must for her
staff. For some time now
Bono has set the example
for staff members who are
working out in the hospi-
tal's Physical Training (PT)
program. She not only
encourages her staff, both
active duty and civilians, to
participate but also shows
up herself to set the pace.
Bono said it is important
that the hospital staff "put
their money where their
mouth is" in setting a good
physical fitness example for
beneficiaries. It is crucial to
both our missions she said.
Being fit is not only impor-
tant to the hospital staff
deployment readiness but
also to reminding hospital
beneficiaries; active duty,
family members and
retirees alike; that keeping
physically fit can extend
the longevity and quality of
life.
Bono is excited about her
command participating in
the Aug. 24-27 MWR
Sports Challenge aboard
NAS Jacksonville and has


Photo by HM1 'Michael Morgan
YNCS Juanita Watson leads the crunches as the sun rises over
the Naval Hospital Jacksonville campus.


confidence that the ongoing
PT training will give her
staff an edge in the events.
She said, "We've got to get
ourselves ready for the
Sports Challenge. I expect
that we'll have a very
strong showing."
The hospital's PT pro-
gram, which falls under the
Wellness Center's direction,:
starts at 6 a.m. Friday
mornings in the hospital's
outpatient parking lot.


While turnout generally
had averaged 40 people,
with Bono's encourage-
ment, more than 160 people
recently turned out for the
Friday morning PT.
HM2 Emanuel Essienete
who helps run the program
said the program is basical-
ly open to anyone. "We
don't turn anyone away,"
he said. "We're just out

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Sailors of the Quarter recipients


The following Sailors were recognized during the Sailor
of the Quarter Luncheon Aug. 9:
NAS JAX
Senior Sailor of the Quarter MA1 Quincy Williams
Junior Sailor of the Quarter CS2 Joshua Spreadbury
Sailor of the Quarter ABH2 Jennifer Long
Blue Jacket of the Quarter GMSN James Bilicki
NAVY MEDICINE SUPPORT COMMAND
Senior Sailor of the Quarter HM1 Lloyd Franklin
Junior Sailor of the Quarter HM3 Di Hu
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CALIBRATION CENTER
Sailor of the Quarter AT1 Wiley Riley
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AT2 Steven Miller
HS-75
Sailor of the Quarter (FTS)- PS1 Millie Woodward
Sailor of the Quarter (SELRES) AT2 Wilbur Roberts
Junior'Sailor of the Quarter AW2 Michael McCoy
Emerald Knight of the Quarter AM3 Erin Caldwell
NAVY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER JAX
Sailor of the Quarter PS1 Kimberly McCarthy
Junior Sailor of the Quarter PS2 Michelle Fletcher
Blue Jacket of the Quarter PSSR Quan Hancock
HS-5
Nightdipper of the Quarter AM3 Kevin Yabann
Sailor of the Quarter AE1 Shawn Diggs
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AM2 Chanh Nguyen
Air Observer of the Quarter AWl Bruce Tallon
PERSONNEL SUPPORT DETACHMENT JAX
Sailor of the Quarter PS1 Marcia Farley
Junior Sailor of the Quarter PS2 Joel Peterson
Blue Jacket of the Quarter PSSN Chinquin Mai
HS-7
Sikorsky Maintenanceman of the Quarter AM1
Christopher Richardson
Senior Sailor of the Quarter AWl James Drinnon
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AD2 Manny Santana
Blue Jacket of the Quarter IT3 David Stautihar
FLEET AREA CONTROL
AND SURVEILLANCE FACILITY JAX
Sailor of the Quarter OS1 Brian Phipps
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AC3 Adam Koller


COMMANDER PATROL
AND RECONNAISSANCE WING ELEVEN
Shore Sailor of the Quarter AWl Kevin Bordelon
Sea Sailor of the Quarter ET1 Craig Myles
Shore Junior Sailor of the Quarter AWl Maria Frausto

Sea Junior Sailor of the Quarter OS2 Kevin Baker
AVIATION SUPPORT DETACHMENT
Junior Sailor of the Quarter SK2 Wilbert Lorio
Blue Jacket of the Quarter SK3 Paul Virgili
NAVAL RESERVE READINESS
COMMAND SOUTHEAST
Sailor of the Quarter PS1 Jennifer Luckyhenry
Junior Sailor of the Quarter YN2 Edward Barrientes
VP-5
Senior Sailor of the Quarter AD1 Therdy Baguid
Mad Fox of the Quarter AM2 Brandon Cox
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AE3 Ingrid Calendar
FLEET AVIATION SPECIALIZED OPERATIONS
TRAINING GROUP ATLANTIC
Sailor of the Quarter AWl Anjenelle Kelly
NAVAL COMPUTER
AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS STATION JAX
Sailor of the Quarter IT2 Dennis Kimbrough
Junior Sailor of the Quarter IT3 Nathan Crocker
COMMANDER SEA CONTROL WING ATLANTIC
Sailor of the Quarter AM1 Eric Kitchen
Junior Sailor of the Quarter- AZ2 Marilyn Jefferson
NAVAL HOSPITAL JACKSONVILLE
Sailor of the Quarter MAl Thomas Mace
Junior Sailor of the Quarter IT3 Evan Normand
Blue Jacket of the Quarter CSSA Grego Martin
COMMANDER HELICOPTER
SEA COMBAT WING ATLANTIC
Sailor of the Quarter AWl David Brandon
HELICOPTER SEA COMBAT
WEAPONS SCHOOL ATLANTIC
Sailor of the Quarter IS1 Heather Gordish


BRANCH MEDICAL CLINIC JAX
Sailor of the Quarter HM1iJohn Navarro
Junior Sailor of the Quartei HM3 Christopher Walker
Blue Jacket of the Quarter HN Ignacio Velasquez
VP-16
Sailor of the Quarter CS1 Timothy Hardin
Senior EO of the Quarter AM2 Christopher Simon
Junior EO of the Quarter AN Rodrigo Guzman
COMMANDER HELICOPTER SEA COMBAT WING
ATLANTIC SEARCH AND RESCUE SCHOOL
Sailor of the Quarter AWl Patrick Frizzelle
NAVAL AIR DEPOT
Sailor of the Quarter AM1 Patrick Trahan
VP-45
Senior Sailor of the Quarter AZ1 Kevin Walton
Junior Sailor of the Quarter YN2 Alyson Herbert
HS-15
Senior Sailor of the Quarter -AD 1 Craig Riedel
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AW2 Richard Osborn
Blue Jacket of the Quarter -.AMAN Nicholas Shook
AIRCRAFT INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE
DETACHMENT JAX SHORE
Shore Sailor of the Quarter AT1 Dennis Pollmeier
Sailor of the Quarter AZ2 Sarah Hoyt
Junior Sailor of the Quarter AZ2 Jerome Jefferson
Blue Jacket of the Quarter AEAN Clifford Clemente
AIRCRAFT INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE
DETACHMENT JAX SEA
Senior Sailor of the Quarter AE1 Oscar Vega
Sailor of the Quarter AT2 Robert Morgan
Junior Sailor of the Quarter PS3 Michael Velez
Blue Jacket of the Quarter AT3 Jessica Winter
VS-24
Sailor of the Quarter -AE1 Gerald Williams
Scout of the Quarter AE3 Nicholas Liddle
Junior Sailor of the Quarter PRAN Brandon Gulley
VP-30
Sailor of the Quarter AE2 Preston Hamilton
Junior Sailor of the Quarter YN2 Shain Frazer
Blue Jacket of the Quarter AD3 Chad Ashely


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USO Welcome Habitat forClay
Center needs help County looking for


Photo by HM 1 Michael Morgan
S Hospital Physical Training Program participants start their run down Mustin Road.

IPT: Program helps Sailors meet Navy's requirements


From Page 13

,there to have fun and get in shape."
SEssienete said the program is designed
to help active duty members meet the
Physical Readiness Test (PRT) require-
iments. The regimen begins with stretch-
ing and aerobic exercises which require
less breathing control, activities such as
jsit-ups, jumping jax, etc. This is followed
by anaerobic exercises involving more
!strength training. These
Exercises; such as push-ups, crunches,
!etc.; require more breath control
iEssienete explained. Then it's off for a 2.2
mile jog, down Mustin Road.


As the hospital seeks to encourage civil-
ians to participate, the program coordina-
tors plan to incorporate a less demanding
regimen for people with physical limita-
tions. This program will start out with
lighter calisthenics and a walking pro-
gram.
For anyone who needs a little more
motivation and guidance on adopting a
healthy lifestyle the Wellness Center
offers their Shipshape Sailors program.
This eight-week weight management pro-
gram covers a wide range of topics deal-
ing with healthy eating habits and tips
for exercising more effectively. Call 542-
5296 for information.


Home providers needed on and off base


The Child Develop-
ment Center 'is look-
ing for home
providers. If you are an on-
base resident, you will only
need to be Navy-certified to
become a Home Provider.


If you are an off-base res-
ident, you will have to be
state-certified as well as
Navy-certified. This pro-
gram is for dependent
female and males. For more
information about this pro-


gram, contact Lisa
Williams or Ingrid
Robinson at 542-5434 /
5529 / 2472.


Volunteers are needed to
man the USO Welcome Center
at Jacksonville International
Airport. A variety of shift times
are available. Call Lynne at 305-
4467 or email
lynne@usojax.com for more
details.
Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor s Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O Neal at 421-9158.
Docent volunteers
wanted
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors.
From monthly training lectures
to the finished tour, docents use
a combination of important his-
torical information and good
humor to bring works of art to
life. If you are interested in vol-
unteering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at
sgallo@cummer.org.
HabiJax
opportunities
available
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
Home Store also needs help
coordinating donated materials
and furniture. Call 722-0737.


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are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to
help out. For more information,
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For more information call 542-2930.
Outdoor pool hours
Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 5 p.m.
Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of'Defense, $3
guests


For more information call 542-3260.
Free kayak and canoe rental every Thursday 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
Aug. 26-27
$.50 games all day!
Does not include shoe rental.
$1 games, all day everyday!
Now through Sept. 4
Does not include shoe rental.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. Does not include shoe rental.


Call 542-3521 for more information
Bingo
Lunch bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
Evening bingo Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Win cash!
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
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 I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,


call 542-3318.


Eric Clapton with Robert Cray Band
Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
$86 Section 101
Adventure Landing Military Day
Sept. 4
.10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Free entrance for active duty with ID
Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Concerts
Jacoby Symphony Hall at the Times-Union Center
Various concerts September December
$26.50 per person
2007 Entertainment Books on sale now for only $20
Save up to 50 percent at Jacksonville area restaurants,
businesses and attractions.


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Skydiving Trip
Saturday
Jump out of a perfectly good airplane at 10,000 feet.
$150 per person
Mall and Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
Aug. 26
Free

Jacksonville Suns Baseball Game
Aug. 29
Free admission and transportation


Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 17, 2006 15












Fitness Instructor Cece
Hartsell (left) teaches a por-
tion of an aerobathon spon-
Ssored by the NAS Jax Fitness
Source Monday.About 30 fit-
ness enthusiasts endured the
two and a half hour event.

Photo by Meghan Brophy


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Sentinel (PG-13)
Aug. 25, 7 p.m. The Wild (G)
Aug. 26, 5 p.m. Slither (R)
Aug. 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!
Aug. 22 for active duty.
Aug. 24 for retirees and Department of Defense person-
nel.


For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the club's 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. ,
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CPO: Career milestone




achieved for many


From Page 1

ished requirements the CPO
selectees must complete prior to
their pinning ceremony. The course
topics include:
Situational leadership II
Self-management
Managing change
The mentoring manager
Ethical decision-making
Most selectees voluntarily undergo
a six-week transition involving odd
tasks, fund raising, community proj-
ects and physical training, capped off


by an anchor pinning ceremony. The
fouled anchor is the emblem of the
rate of CPO of the United States
Navy.
To the novice, the anchor, chain
and letters identify just a CPO, but
to a chief and a chief select, these
have a more noble and glorious
meaning.
"This is one of the greatest mile-
stones of my naval career. I waited a
long time to get here," stated AO1
Nestor Ortiz who will soon be pro-
moted.
To many, putting on the anchors it


The following individuals from NAS Jacksonville and tenant
commands will be frocked to chief petty officer Sept. 16:

AW1 David Allen, Commander Helicopter Sea Combat Wing
Atlantic
HM1 Abdon DePeralta, Naval Hospital Jacksonville
IT1 Charlotte Derricot, Naval Computer and Telecommunications
Station Jax
AD1 Timothy Drake, VP-45
AM1 (AW) Neal McKenzie, VP-45
AT1 Henry Morgan III, Commander Helicopter Sea Combat
Wing Atlantic
AME1 Ethan Walz, VP-45
AD1 Paul Yannucci, VP-45
BM1 Jamie Hamilton, NAS Jax Air Operations
GM1(SW) Sean Holmes, NAS Jax Weapons Department
CM1(SCW) Richard Isaacs. NCWRON
AC1 Anterio Mack, NAS Jacksonville
AO1 Craig Romero, NAS Jacksonville
TM1(SW) Charles Taylor Jr.. NAS Jax Weapons Department
AE1 Tracy Witherspoon, NAS Jax Brig
AM1 Christopher Cox, VP-30
AM1 Gregory Jacobson, VP-30
AD1 Guy Mitchell Jr.. VP-30
AO1 Daniel Ortiz, VP-30
AW1 Fernando Padilla, VP-30
AD1 Jeff Riebe, VP-30
AMI Jennifer Williams, VP-30
AT1 (AW) Richard Ayres, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AS1 Hope Kulaszewski, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AT1 Christopher Massicotte, Center lor Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
HM1 Todd Mays, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit Jax
AE1 Chad McRae, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit Jax
EM1 Andrew Morris, Naval Hospital Jacksonville
AE1 Frank Ragin Jr., Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit
AD1 Ray Ruiz, VS-31
AE1(AW/NAC) Gerald Stephens, Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit Jax
ITI(SW/AW) Sharron Carter, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AE1 (AW/SW) Raymond Derrick, Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit Jax
AT1 (AW) Michael Fair. Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AS1 Daniel Fields Jr.. Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AD1 (AW/NAC) Robert Gonzales, Center for Naval Aviation
Technical Training Unit Jax
AT1 George Nieder. Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit Jax
AO1(AW/SW) Victor Almodovar, VP-30
AD1 Randall Benson, VP-30
AW1 Antony Bishop, VP-30
AT1 Loyd Cooper, Commander Patrol and Reconnaissance
Wing Eleven
AM1 Real Servant, VP-30
OS1 Lawrence Soupene, Commander Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing Eleven
AM1 Gregory Spivey. VP-30
AT1 Joe Turner, Jr. VP-30
AD1 Rafael Arias, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
SK1 Richard Cruz, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
NC1 Johnny Fulger IV. Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
AE1 George Kondos, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
YN1 Robert Parker, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
AT1 Kurt Prenger, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
AD1 Paul Schweickert, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
AD1 John Steele. Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
AD1 Amado Valencia, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance


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is as much as and more than the
accomplishment as receiving their
first petty officer chevron.
"It's a good feeling going from air-
man to third class petty officer. Take
those feelings and multiply them by
1,000 and that's just the start of how
you feel when you make chief,"
added AE1 Victor Barrera who will
also be promoted in September.
"As a chiefs mess throughout the
Navy we train the newly selected to
transition into our-ranks and be pre-
pared to lead and train those in our
charge," said Young.


AX1 Dwayne Carswell, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AM1 Scott Graziani, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit Jax
AS1 Michael Hopper, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AS1 Timothy McDormack, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AT1 Rodney Rose, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training
Unit Jax
AT1 (AW) Lucio Salazar, Center for Naval Aviation Technical
Training Unit Jax
AE1 Victor Barrera, HS-15
AZ1 Jerome Crawford, HS-3
AE1 Michael Debord, VS-31
AE1 Bernard Flynn, HS-5
AZ1 Trent Harris, HS-5
AZ1 Perrish Ingram, HS-7
AT1 Heather Lunny, HS-5
A01 Nestor Ortiz. HS-15
AM1 Linda Smith, HS-7
AZ1(AW) Jessie Barton, VP-5
AM1(AW) Travell Davis. VP-5
AO1 Robert Eidson. VS-31
AD1 Dianna Fiordiliso, Naval Air Depot Jax
IT1(SW) Latrina Lovette, VP-5
CS1(SW) Marco Philer, VP-5
AD1 Paul Starcher, VP-5
AD1 (AW) Chris Tabler, VP-5
AM1 (AW/NAC) Alfred Wilson, VP-5
AO1(AW/SW) Corey Bossardet, Sea Control Weapons School
PR1 Robert Colgan. VS-31
NC1 Aaron Jackson. VS-22
SK1 Carolyn Joseph, VS-24
AD1 David King, VS-24
AE1 Tara Novakowski, Transient Personnel Unit Jax
AD1 Kenneth Smith, VS-24
AM1 Mark Benino, VP-30
AT1 Scott Gamble, VP-30
AT1 (AW/NAC) John Markee, VP-30
IT1 John Muller, Naval Hospital Jax
AT1 Leonard Myers, VP-30
,AM1 Jason Partagas, VP-30
AW1 Shannon Roy. VP-30
GM1 Sherman Stevenson, IBU-28
OS1 Robert Hendrickson, NCWS-26
OS1 Barry Hagen, IBU-28
HM1 Damon Anderson, MIUW 207
GM1 Gary Nelson, IBU-28
YN1 Jennifer Ceci, IBU-28
YN1 Angela Witherspoon. NMCB-14
AW1 Douglas Martin, VP-30
AE1(AW/NAC) Everett Evans, VP-62
YN1 Christina Lupton, VP-30
SK1 Dedrick Middleton. VR-58
AM1 Bryan Maney, VP-62
AM1 Brian Scott, HS-5
AM1 Leonard Franco, VR-58
YN1 Natarsha Bell, HS-75
YNI(AW) Christopher Reid. Naval Reserve Readiness
Command Southeast
PRI(AWl Johnny Ridling, HS-75
HM1 Jonalhon Wells. DVECC Jax
AW1 Kevin Ambuehl, HS-75
AO1 Damon Smith. Navy Operational Support Center Jax
YN1 Michael Woods, Personnel Mobile Team
HM1 Natalie Avely, Naval Hospital Jacksonville
SK1 James Highlower, Navy Operalional Support Center Jax
MA1 Thomas Hill, Navy Operational Suppor I Center Jax
HM1 Michelle Duncan, DVECC Jax
AE1(AW) Ouintin Townsend. VP-62
GSE1 Mat Legaspi, Navy Operational Support Center Jax
YN1 Carmen Rivera, VR-58
AW1 Jason Haynes, VP-62
MC1 Dawn Montgomery, Public Affairs Center Det. 208
AW1 Gerald Jones, VP-30
SK1 Henry Vinson. Navy Operational Support Center Jax
AW1 Christopher Billings, HS-75
AW1 Michael Johnson, VP-62
AE1 Jeannette Wright. VP-62
BU1 David Heesch, CHB 11
MA 1(SW) James Douglas, Navy Operation Support Center Jax
IS1(SS) Eric Lewis, Navy Operation Support Center Jax
AM1 Leyton Saunders. VR-58
HM1 Hubert Williams. Naval Hospital Jacksonville


New IT options for

College Afloat courses

By MC1(SW/A W) John Osborne
Naval Personnel Development Conlmand Public Affairs

T he Center for Perqonal Development (CPD) has
launched two new, Education Mobile Technology
initiatives to further assist deploying Sailors in
pursuing their education.
The first initiative began in March 2006 and involves
47 students currently enrolled in a Navy. College
Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE)
Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) pilot program with
Central Texas College/Coastline Community College.
This pilot allows students to review and work on course
content whenever and where ever they desire.
The second.initiative entails distribution of 660 laptop
computers to afloat Sailors that are within the E-8 zone
and eligible for promotion in fiscal year 2011.
"This started-with the idea that Sailors at sea may be
disadvantaged because they don't have computers or
Internet access," explained Capt. William Dewes, CPD's
Commanding Officer. "We want to ensure that every
Sailor in a deploying unit has the ability to do distance
learning cours-
es."
Dewes said
47 students
from more than '
a dozen deploy-
ing commands
are involved in
the PDA pilot.
The courseware
is loaded onto ,
the PDA and
each student is
given his or her .
own PDA for -.
the class dura-
tion. The
course is inter- '
active, includ-
ing a video of
the professors
lecturing.
Text books are loaded on the PDA in their entirety, and
there are also PowerPoint presentations and quizzes.
The courses currently offered under this (PDA) pilot
are English, Government, Biology, Psychology and vari-
ous math classes. Every course requires an exam,
which must be proctored. Eligibility for PDA enrollment
is contingent upon the successful completion of a previ-
ous NCPACE distance learning course.
Dewes said one of the greatest benefits of the-PDA
program is.that Sailors can work on their classes virtu-
ally any time or place on the ship. "Because the PDA is
small, it has been very popular on the small spaces of
the ship," he said. "Take a submarine for example.
For several reasons you'll never have room for an
instructor, but you do have room for a PDA. Sailors
can work on their courses in the chow line or any corner
of the ship."
The second initiative, set to begin July 2006, will
make 660 laptops available to assist Sailors in fulfilling
the requirement of earning an associate's degree for pro-
motion to senior chief. Sailors can check out a laptop
from a Navy College Office (NCO) and load different
courseware for use, and even though not all NCOs will
have the computers on hand, Sailors can request one be
ordered for them.
"Currently, the requirement for an associate's degree
for promotion to senior chief affects about 35,000 people,
but in time the number will shrink as people make dif-
ferent career choices," Dewes said. "The Navy bought
the laptops and we intend to use them until they break.
It's a gap filler, because in time the Navy expects
Sailors to get access through distance support servers
on ships."
For more information on programs offered by CPD, by
logging on to the CPD Web page on Navy Knowledge
Online (NKO) or by calling (877) 253-7122.


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Grill fire safety


From the U.S. Consumer Product
Safety Commission
Liquid petroleum (LP) gas or propane,
used in gas grills, is highly flamma-
ble. Each year about 30 people are
injured as a result of gas grill fires and
explosions. Many of these fires and explo-
sions occur when consumers first tse a
grill that has been left idle for a period of
time or just after refilling and reattaching
the grill's gas container. To reduce the risk
of fire or explosion, consumers should rou-
tinely perform the following safety checks:
PREPARING THE GRILL
*Always follow the manufacturer's
instructions that accompany the grill.
Check for gas leaks, following the man-
ufacturer's instructions, if you smell gas or
when you reconnect the grill to the LP gas
container. If you detect
a leak, immediately
turn off the gas and
don't attempt to light
the grill until the leak
is fixed.
*Check the tubes
that lead into.the burn-
er for any blockage
from insects, spiders,
or food grease. Use a
pipe cleaner or wire to
clear blockage and
push it through to the
main part of the burn-
er.
Check the grill hoses for cracking, brit-
tleness, holes, and leaks. Make sure there
are no sharp bends in the hose or tubing.
.*Move gas hoses as far away as possible
from hot surfaces and dripping hot grease.
If you can't move the hoses, install a heat
shield to protect them.
*Replace scratched or nicked connectors,
which can eventually leak gas.
Keep lighted cigarettes, matches, or
open flames away from a leaking grill.
*Do not attempt to repair the tank valve
or the appliance yourself. See an LP gas
dealer or a qualified appliance repairper-
son.
USING THE GRILL
*Never use a grill indoors. Use the grill
at least 10 feet away from your house or
any building. Do not use the grill in a
garage, breezeway, carport, porch, or
under a surface that can catch fire.
*Keep all children and pets away from
grill while in operation and until after use
until grill is cooled.
*Keep a fire extinguisher accessible.
*Use proper utensils that will allow you
to be a safe distance from grill while cook-
ing.
*Do not wear loose clothing while cook-
ing
*Always shut off valve to propane tanks
when not in use.
IF YOUR GRILL CATCHES ON FIRE
SIf the fire is in the grill portion seems
"out of control" simply turn off the burners.
If the fire involves one of the hoses, and


you can safely reach the propane tank
valve, shut the tank valve off.
*If the fireinvolves the tank, leave it
alone, evacuate the area and call the fire
department (911)
*If there is any type of fire that threat-
ens either personal safety or endangers
property, call the fire department (911)
STORING/TRANSPORTING LP GAS
Consumers should use caution when
storing LP gas containers. Always keep
containers upright. Never store a spare gas
container under or near the grill or
indoors. Never store or use flammable liq-
uids, like gasoline, near the grill.
To avoid accidents while transporting
LP gas containers, consumers should
transport the container in a secure,
upright position. Never keep a filled con-
tainer in a hot car or car trunk. Heat will
cause the gas pressure
to increase, which may
open the relief valve
and allow gas to
escape.
S Consumers should
^ use extreme caution
and always follow
manufacturer's
instructions when con-
necting or disconnect-
ing LP gas containers.
SGrills manufac-
tured after October 1,
S1995, are required to
I have three additional
safety features to eliminate leak hazards:
a device to limit the flow of gas in the
event of hose rupture; a mechanism to
shut-off the grill; and a feature to prevent
the flow of gas if the connection between
the tank and the grill is not leak proof.
Consumers should consider purchasing
grills that have these safety features.
CHARCOAL GRILL SAFETY TIPS
SCharcoal produces carbon monoxide
(CO) when it is burned. CO is a colorless,
odorless gas that can accumulate to toxic
levels in closed environments. Each year
about 30 people die and 100 are injured as
a result of CO fumes from charcoal grills
and hibachis used inside.
*Never burn charcoal inside of homes,
vehicles, tents, or campers. Charcoal
should never be used indoors, even if venti-
lation is provided.
Since charcoal produces CO fumes until
the charcoal is completely extinguished, do,
not store the grill indoors with freshly
used coals.
-Never apply charcoal lighter fluid after
charcoal has been lit. The fire may return
into the fluid container and explode.
*Keep all children and pets away from
grill while in operation and until after use
when grill is cooled.
SKeep a fire extinguisher accessible.
*Use proper utensils that will allow you
to be a safe distance from grill while cook-
ing.
*Do not wear loose clothing while cook-
ing.


INSURANCE: Treading murky waters


From Page 1


Installation command-
ers will ensure the insur-
ance agent's license status
and complaint history are
checked with the appropri-
ate state or federal regula-
tors before granting per-
mission to solicit on the
installation.
Before approving insur-
ance and financial product
agents' permission to solicit,
base commanders- shall
review the list of agents and
companies barred, banned
or limited from soliciting on
DoD installations.
Base commanders shall
make disinterested third-
party insurance counseling
available to personnel
before entering into a con-
tract for insurance or secu-
rities.
Prohibits use of manip-
ulative, deceptive or fraud-
ulent devices and schemes,
including misleading adver-
tising and sales literature.
All financial products that
contain insurance features
must clearly explain the
insurance features.
Military departments
shall develop and dissemi-
nate information and pro-
vide educational programs
for service members on
their personal financial
affairs, including such sub-
jects as insurance, govern-
ment benefits, savings,
budgeting, and other finan-
cial education and assis-
tance requirements out-
lined in DoD Instruction
1342.27.
Credit unions and
banks operating on DoD
installations are required&
to provide financial coun-
seling services as integral
part of their financial serv-
ices offerings.


Get smarter about your money


From Staff


Frequent deployments,
separation from
extended families
and numerous moves can
stress the budgets of mili-
tary families. How you han-
dle your finances and the
decisions you make about
money affect you in numer-
ous ways and have a signif-
icant impact on your quali-
ty of life.
The Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society, located at
the NAS Jax Main Gate,
provides many programs on
how to avoid financial pit-
falls. These programs
include:
A budget review which
is a confidential service
that helps families recon-
cile their monthly budget
and spending patterns.
The Budget for Baby
class which is held twice
monthly.
Call 542-3515 formore


information or to schedule
an appointment.
The Fleet and Family
Support Center, located in
Building 545, offers certi-
fied work/life specialists
who provide a full range of
financial guidance. Most
workshops include a hands-
on section that allows par-
ticipants to apply informa-
tion directly to their per-
sonal situation and goals.
Money, Debt and Credit
Management Workshop
First-time Home Buyer
Workshop
Car Buying Made Easy
Workshop
Command financial
specialist training for E6s
or above to train them in
confidential personal finan-
cial management and pro-
viding guidance in pre-
deployment money matters.
For workshop schedules,
call 542-2766 or visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil/serv-
ices


Types of life insurance
STerm Life provides coverage for a specific period of
time, usually from one to 20 years. Term policies provide
a death benefit only of the insured dies during the term.
Term policies do not accumulate cash value.
Universal Life a permanent policy that gives the
owner the right to vary premium payments and the
death benefit within certain prescribed limits. The rate of
return on the accumulation account fluctuates according
to investment performance but will not fall below a guar-
anteed rate of return.
Variable Life a permanent policy under which the
cash value of the policy may fluctuate according to the
investment option performance of a separate account
fund. Most variable life policies guarantee that the death
benefit will not fall below a specified minimum.
Whole Life a permanent policy designed to last for
life and for which premiums stay level.
Source: Life and Health Insurance Foundation


From the NAS jax USO
f only the USO received a penny every
time I searched the Internet...now
they will! When you go to www.good-
search.com individuals are allowed to des-
ignate a charity (please designate USO-
United Service Organizations-Jackson-
ville!) and donates approximately one
penny for every search. Goodsearch uses
Yahoo search technology to facilitate a
thorough search. What a great way to help
a charity by doing something you regularly
do!
Tickets go on sale for active duty on


Monday for the Jaguars vs. Buccaneers
game to be held Aug. 26. For more infor-
mation on the schedule for USO Jaguars
ticket sales and the usage policy, please
visit www.usojax.org. The link is on the
homepage.
Tickets are now on sale for the second
annual Heroes Gala to be held Aug. 18 at
the Cypress Ballroom in Orange Park. The
cost is $45.
Free phone cards are available to active
duty service members and their families.
Quantities are limited, so please stop in
soon!
For more information, call 778-2821.


NAS Jax establishes emergency hotline


From Staff
N AS Jacksonville has established a
hotline for service members,
Department of Defense employees,
contractors and their families to call dur-
ing an emergency that warrants evacua-
tion such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-849-6024 to
check in with the base upon arriving at an
evacuation destination and to verify if the
order to return to the Jacksonville area
has been given. They can also email the
NAS Jacksonville Emergency Operations
Center at nasjax.eoc.fct@navy.mil to relay


their status and ask for assistance.
Please keep in mind that the hotline will
not be staffed by customer service person-
nel and only provides recorded informa-
tion. It cannot be used to check on weather
conditions or locate friends or family. The
hotline number and email address are for
use during times of emergency only.
Emergency information will also be
broadcast on Cable Channel 118, which is
run by NAVAIR Depot, Jax. This channel
will run continuous information regarding
the hurricane conditions and evacuation
guidelines.
For more information, contact the disas-
ter preparedness office at'542-5595.


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Captain s cup fall volleyball
league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, com-
mand Department of Defense personnel and selective
reservists. All interested personnel should stop by the
base gym to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Fall softball meetings are Aug. 23
The Greybeard league meeting will be at 11:30 a.m.
and is open to all NAS Jax active duty, selective
reservists, and command Department of Defense per-
sonnel ages 30 and older. The intramural league meet-
ing will be at noon and is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, selective reservists, and command Department of
Defense personnel. The meetings will be held in the
conference room of Building 850. Commands who
have their athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting will receive five captain s cup points.
All interested personnel should attend the meeting to
discuss rules and to get the required paperwork to join
the league.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball, foot-
ball and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also
needed for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S. Navy
in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons? The U.S.


Navy will showcase elite active duty men and women in
regional races. Uniforms are provided as well as trans-
portation, entry fees, and.lodging costs. Interested run-
ners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) race and your time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you have run in a sanc-
tioned race and your time meets the regional qualifying
time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min. Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min. Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the sports arti-
cles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at 542-
2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil.


Summer Basketball Standings


Team
VS-22
Naval Hospital
AIMD 600
VP-30
AIMD 900
AIMD 400
VP-5
HS-3
VP-45
VS-24
FACSFAC


As of Aug. 11
Wins
10
8
7


Losses
0


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VP-30
CNATTU
Naval Hospital
SERCCNP-62
AIMD


HS-7
VP-62


Flag Football Standings


Team
Naval Hospital
VR-58
VP-30 O S
AIMD
VP-5 Blue
HS-15
VP-45
NCTS
FACSFAC
VP-30 Students
CNATTU
HS-75
HS-3
PSD
HS-7
VP-5 Gold
Weapons


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Wins
5
5
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
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1
1
0
0
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club s DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond 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 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at St. Vincent s Medical
Center, 2300 Park Avenue,
Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of


Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn-
florida.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016
or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.
com.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen s meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You 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 information, 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 federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the


Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
A youth fishing derby will be
held Saturday from 9 a.m. to
noon at Oceanway Park. A
youth fishing tournament will be
held Sept. 9 from 7 a.m. to 3
p.m. at Hanna Park. The tourna-
ments are free for children
under 13. For more information,
call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from
4-9 p.m. through September.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum s Masterworks collec-
tion 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 Genea-


2006 MWR Sports Challenge coming up
Aug. 24
8:30 a.m. CO Challenge Canoe Race mari-
na
9:30 a.m. 3 on 3 Basketball outdoor
basketball courts
10 a.m. Bowling bowling center
11 a.m. Dodgeball tennis courts
/5 p.m. Ultimate Frisbee Yorktown and
Gillis St
5 p.m. One Pitch Softball Allegheny ball
/ 8O- '-- field
5 p.m. Kickball Sea King Park

Aug. 25
8 a.m. 5k Run Perimeter Road/Antenna
Farm
8:30 a.m. Golf golf club
9 a.m. 3 on 3 Sand Volleyball marina
9:30 a.m. Washers Alleghany Park
1 p.m. Tug-of-War outdoor pool
2 p.m. Awards presentation outdoor
pool
In the event of a tie, first place finishes will
determine the command winner. Sign-ups for
these events must be turned in by noon tomor-
row. For more information call 542-3230/2930.


logical Society will hold their
monthly meeting Saturday at
1:30 p.m. at the Museum of


Herschel Street. For more infor-
mation, contact Mary Chauncey


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Southern History, 4304 at 781-9300.


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Race for

the Cure

is Oct. 21

oin in the fight
against breast
cancer this Octo-
ber. The 12th annual
North Florida Komen
Race For the Cure will
hold its 5K run/fitness
walk Oct. 21 at 8 a.m.
at Metropolitan Park
in downtown Jackson-
ville.
The event will in-
clude a coed competi-
tive 5K run, 2K fun
run/walk, Sleep in for
the Cure, survivor cel-
ebration, Kids for the
Cure area, Denise's
Dash (kids run) and
much more!
For more informa-
tion, call.448-7446 or
visit www.jaxracefor
thecure.org. Teams of
10 and more are
encouraged to sign up!
To receive a team
packet, call Gilda
Ramirez at 536-6585.
Registration forms
can be picked up start-
ing Sept. 1 at local
Ford dealerships and/
or Publix Supermar-
kets or you can regis-
ter online now at
www.jaxraceforthe--
cure.org.


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Conducted On Site 385 Miscellaneous KERNAN LAKES 4/3 Ortega Hills Dr. 4/ gar, WESTSIDE HOME Beautfu9 akefront.TH $163,900 904-704-48 0
0 Tickets ST G 19 39 Real Estate Wanted- 2075sf, open flrp- all new CH&A. $19,900 M# 318851 3/2.5, 1 car gar, quiet MAYOaI F, 17ac. wit
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& 6. 258 825171 1-800-659-7004 a Housin Act which he RE RANC 5/4/2 Gif e 2 s Recently released by wdock, a 'd $325K
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$290 I g62800sf1poohottub as$295K94-4123568
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cR 912-573-4682 10 E StaSales status or nIonafori-yeaexenc galley kitchen) Large 904-246-9268 lagoon.Quietculdesac 342 St. Augustine IK
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only thing In f rnt f 26-27 8A-12P, discrimination. Indry rm privacy $450.000. Vista Delmar -Panoramic vista 1.23 AC lot. $300.000.
yous the cheerleadeal status BntwaterPOpenSat 11fence 8' 12' storage 612-9359 EAGLE HARBOR4/3 Irg Glf water preserve Call 904219-2005
$150. Call 904-221-1353 GO 12575 DEEDER includes children under 4, 3/2 /2c gar on lake shed w/9'x20' drwy, open kit, fncd Buyer's Incentive PBLIC NOTICE
LANE OFF ST. AUGUST- the age 18 living with roo for a 22' boat or Dutton Is Preserve 3/2 cudesac aenites. $49K P U B L I C N T I C
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CNE furn dishes. etc. parents or legal cuwto- h 2480K Glad42,e 0.706r. RV o 15'x25' pavers in new roof, red oak firs $299K. 904.269-7111 904347-Respected developer-
Ca 537-8313 dans, pregnant women a shaded area 16' x very clean $210Kcall announces release of,
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Phase 1 marsh, lake,
and people securing Black Hawk Bluff brick GREAT LOCATION! 22'patio -10 year '904-222-18732418229 End's C eli SNassau wooded home sites i.r
lleVILLEB OOKCASES custody of children /2tle/hw firs 2car Close to schools, termite bondo-alarm DsSon 3/2, $89,0se.e 345 Nassau new gated, & upscale
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shaennwheel. Kitset, any advertisnl for real COVINGTON CRK All brick Perfect starter home. Owners Assist 904-222-1873 241 F229 3/21940sf lyr old, all 2 sto home, 2900sf, 0-293-2511 Ext 2info
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OCEAN VIEW CONDO $212,000. 904-g07-8539 $399K. 904993-5787 QUEENS HARBOR ICW
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9-12,4945#1 St. Aug toll-free telephone Laurie M. Potter costs 3/2 condo beac Owner will hold small 4 YULEEL 355 Condominiums
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ea$on 5239,500 FSBO 262-2994 AxLaurie for any ofyour $3599.00247-8418 Open sat-sun 207.-167 904-225-2430
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400 Apartments
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405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
Communities
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
Homes
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
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445 Storage/Mini-
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450 Management/Rental
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Historical 5 Points Corp.
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NORTHSIDE Waterfront
lbr/lbr efflc. utll Incl.
very priv. $650mo +
dep. Call 904-219-2005

A405 Apartments
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starting at $590mo. Call
Tabatha 904-277-2500
MARIETTA 1/1 $495 WITH
W&D Hook Up. 1/1 $395
w/o W&D h/u. Included
In Both: Water, ch&a, Kit
Equip, Fenced, Expy Access.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
NORTHSIDE -nr Main &
25th, 2br clean fresh
credit check 744-1570
NORTHSIDE-1, 2.3 br
apts avail, based on
Income. Call 764-0561
or 765 0086 EHO

Need a Place NORTHSIDE
To Hang $550 -$760
Your Hals 1. 2 & ] BR s
Your Ha. Available
L i 904h757.0240
Ashley Park
W Apartments
N'SIDE -7449 Grant Ave,
2/1, $500m $550dep. No
pets 316-8210 757-7621
R'SIDEc-2br/lba, CH&A,
w/d connections, $650
Also lbr/lba, $595, cat
ok, Call 786-1090
SAN MARCO -HISTORIC
Unique restored lofts.
Close to Sq,fr$710
www.theloftssanmarco.com
1450 Flagler 396-9601
SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
WESTSIDE
NEAR NAS JAX


Back to School
Move In Speciall
1, 2.& 3BR's
Avallablel
Planters Walk
(904)778 -191
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
WESTSIDE off 295:
2/1 duplex, ch/a, w/d hu,
$650m. 904-403-7293

410 Condominiums
4 ARL- Merrill Pines
SNew 3/2 all appil. +
Front load w/d, pets
ok. Avail now PCS .
$1000. 504-4277
4 ARL- New 2/2 Merrill
SPines Condo, 1118sf
J12nd fir, with w/d avail
nowl $1250mo.
696-7968
BAYMEADOWS/ OLD
KINGS -2/2.5 TH, no
pets, pool, w/d hkp,
725m0. 737-5000
Baymeadows/Overlook
(9A) 3/2 1406sf gated
water,, cable Inci,
$1100/mo. 904-716-0263
ICW-1/1 condo. w/d,
Spool gmgara ge
1l tennis, PC lmg,JTB,
Hodges, near each,
20 minutes to bases,
$900mo. 904-382-3595
ICW Seasons 5 Kens
2/2.5 gated/pool, cable,
wtr incl. clean $850p/
mo. ref. req'd. 891-6736
INTERCOASTAL WEST
2earm 2oa qaragc
ntIS renosatr-d. rin.
uti from Inc beacr.es.
Close to UNF
$1SOSOmo. 904-476-2026
Mandarin New 2 2.2 car
gar. apples a .'d. gaieo.
pool. gvm, non smrkr. no
pets $1095. 706 247 2507
NATURES HIDEAWAY
-New 2.'2 $139,900 $5k
min down Rent or RTO,
$900mo. 276-6446
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
-new. 4 2 & ,'2 &-22con
dos. water park & gm.
$ 1 2 5 0 $ 1 5 0
954 559 0546
904-.776 471
OCEAN FRONT Palm
Coas: conoo 3 2 unurr.
$1l00mo jane5t Ma.
Prop 471-3930
OCEANFRONT NEW 3 3
2471si. Grt ,melv irom iq
ocean lanai Designer
inishes. 2 pools. clUoD.
fit cntr. gar. :E,; "16 iH 27
O.P. BRAND NEW TWNHSE
w.aar 2or.'2 50a wirh
bonus rm. cul ae sac
$950m 465 1318
ORANGE PARK 2br.. 1 5o03.
1725m,3 $725ep.
w.credi check. 12 O03a
Condos 904 553-0230
PONTE VEDRA BCH 2 2
gateIa co mrn n eal,
renov. All ne5. 3ppIls. 5
star ameniltes. Great
iOC 1904 894 1798
PVB 2.2, lat leel. IrpIc
resenti updated ncI all
amenities, pool. ten crit.
$850m 591 1657771 S.662
PVB 3/2 w./'gar. All nev,
Beach access $1500m-
dep 285 6283,626 6283
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PVB AVL 9/1
Belleza Condo's
1/1 Lakevlew $875 pm
Beach Side
Summerhouse Condo
2/2 Twhse Lakevlew
$1375pm
Both Gated Communities,
Best Amenities
1st month rent and
1 month sec. only
Jennifer, Broker 917 859 7859
SOUTHSIDE IL VILLAGIO,
new condo gated, sec.
pool, gym, 3br/2ba
657sf, $1350mo. Call
744-0540
Southslde 2br/2.5ba
II Villagio, New condo;
all appl central area
9041535.4375
SOUTHSIDE 2/2.5 gated
comm, lake view, WD,
scrnd patio $1150mo,
755-6818 or 223-6604
S'slde Sail Cove, gated
2/2 split plan, fp, pool,
clb hs $1200+sec. 386.
871-3976, 850-294-3910
S'SIDE Wolf Creek off
Beach Blvd. brand new
2/2, $900/mo. Call Rox
anne 904-4065500
St Johns Town Center
NevA condos AT Mall. 1
to 3 ors full amen
Great LocatlonI
$900mo.$1300mo
904-316 7006

415 Houses
Furnished

NORTHSIDE Waterfront
lbr/lbr effic. util incl.
very priv. $650mo +
dep. Call 904-219-2005
420 U Houses
Unfurnished

3039 Rosselle Street.
3/2. $799. w/d rm, new
1IJ carpet, new ac, new
paint, $799 deposit,
automatic deduction
available. 314-3811
4 4/2. Fireplace,
I Inground pool, Irg.
7 yard, f.r,d/r, 2 car
garage avail 8/1/06.
$1600m. Call 220-7073 or
234- 7653 PCS move.
$500 Down U OWN
AliAreas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotllne 388.1208
Argyle 1987sf, 3/2, 2 car
g3ar formal DR LR. Frpil,
sml pits OH r1.1l oscnt
ai650m 613 263 6403
ARGYLE
3/2 LR DR FAMILY ROOM
SSPLIT BDRMU FENCED YAR6
REF REQ $995/MO. 778-2897
Argyle 4/2, off Argyle
Forest Blvd. 8552 Dan-
dera Cir. W. newly remod
$1150. NO HUD. 687-4962
Argyle Forest Rent to
Own 4/2 Incl w/d fridge
range. 2 car gar, comm
pool & park, 1543sf,
$1375m 904- 476-6944
ARGYLE
I RENT/SALE
I 3BY OWNER
5/3, pool house,
openJlrplan, numerous
extras. Exc. Clay
County Shcools.
$1900mo. $399K PCS.
509-9113/771-5208
ARLLE. 2BR/1.5BA TH
$760mo. 2/2.5 $845mo.
Like new, no pets.
Avail immed 280-7506
4. ARLINGTON HOME
S FOR RENT 3/2
SHardwood floors,
fenced yard inground
pool, $1100/mo deposit.
Contact Robert Meggs.
904-234-3652
ARLINGTON 1300sf, 3/2, 2
car gar, new appli,
ready immediately
$1095mo 904-962-1263
ARLINGTON -3/1.5,' 7431
Stonehurst Rd. N.
1st & last month.
Call 641-9700


420 Houses
420f Unfurnished

4, Atlantic Beach 2/2
Berber carpet, fire-
place, vaulted ceilings,
gar., w/d hookup,
fenced yard, no pets.
$700mo. 221-5652 PcSing.
AVONDALE 3/1, CH&A,
hardwood firs, updated kit/
bth, w/d hookup, detached
gar, fncd yd, quiet street
$1100 mo 904 -262-3509
Beautifully remodeled
S 5/3, 2000f, home
Sm large lot In quite.
ssubdvisIon, minimum,
6 mth. lease $1400/month.
Call 912-266-4295
BYERS PROPERTIES
-276-0795
W/S Ortega Bluff, 3/2,
SO1800sf, $1200.
O.P. -2/1.5, 900sf, $675,
O.P. -3/2, 1367sf $1000
& CHIMNEY LAKES,
Beautiful 3/2 home on
;,, quiet cul-de-sac, fp,
scrnd prch, garden
bath In mbr, Ig fncd yrd,
kids ride bikes to Chimney
Lakes Elem. $1200. 571-5315
CLAY CO Long Leaf 4/3
3000sf new brick 1 .Sac
acnt lanrd Blsn d rg
Birld Mcidleouro. Call
st.-.e 90J- 26 9029
CLAY Silver Crk 2.
all311 ck cu..l c sac lake
ic.I. grea1 l-:h,:,.:l.
S12n-.0rr.o Cnris nJs2 1Je
EAGLE HARBOR-4/2.5,
2400sf, clubhouse ameni
ties, Aug Rent Free Pets OK
$1650 mo 477-6311
Eagle Harbor area. 3/2,
new paint crpt, lake
front, walk to schl.
$1400mo. 904-614-5256

Eagle Harbor
Immac 4/2.5, new tile &
paint, scrn porch, fncd
yd. Avail now. $1400m
9045021937/5613917904
4 ENCYCLOPEDIA
S WORLD BOOK,
i| ALSO CHILDCRAFT
EDUCATIONAL
EDITION AND SERIES OF
CLASSICS. ONLY $350
FIRM. CALL 264-1506/
CASH ONLY
Fleming Island New
Home 4/2, 1800SF, Aug
rent free, pets ok, $1250mo.
477-6311
Flem Isi/Orange PK brand
new 3/3+gar pond view
2671 Tuscany Glen off
College $1200. $1400m
RTO Option. 626-4200
FT. CAROLINE/COBBLESTONE
3/2 $1195, Porch, 1460SF
2 Car Gar, Fplc, 1 Yr Renov.
VANSANDT RE 389. 3540
JAX BEACH 2/1 DUPLEX
30' to bch access, ocean
view. $1095& li95mo
904-725-3359
JULINGTON CRK / CR210
4/2, eat in kit, formal
LR, DR. 2 car gar, inside
laund, lots of extras,
2000sf Nr 195 & grt
schools. $1200mo.
386-290-4434
JULINGTON CRK PLANT
3/2, 1300sf. backs to
park $1295mo. First
Month Free 874-2245
LAKESHORE -3/1, CH&A
fncd yd, kit equip, w/d
hu. 4608 Palmer Ave
$700mo/$700dep 343-9575
MANDARIN, 3/2.5,2 car
gar 1900sf. 2 stry, central
vac, pool, gtd, close to
I. 95. $1450m 904-292-0078
Mandarin story, brand
new TH, 3/2.5, 1600sf,
lake vw, pool, fitness
club. $1000m 904-422-7948
Mandarin 1BR /1BA 1st
Fl. 912sf, gated, upscale
amenities, near Bap-
tist S Hosp 904-742-9916
MANDARIN -3/2, Fla rm.
gar, tile firs, fncd yd,
fplc, culdesac, great
schls. $1185m 716-4141


420 Houses'
420 Unfurnished

LAKE MANDARIN garden
home 3br/2ba, 1c gar,
tile floors, $1100mo+
$12odep. 904-477-7104
MAND. Very nice Twnhm,
3/2, icgar, 1600sf, apple.
Incl., no smoker/pets,
$1195m+dp. 904287.9507
MIDDLEBURG/MAYFIELD
4/2.S, 2cgar, 2 story,
$1200m+$1200dp. w/gd
credit. 3523 Alec Dr.
904-371-4083/662-6136
Murray Hill 2/1 Newly
Remod 4814 Headley
Ter. off Cassett $750mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
Murray Hill 2/1 ch&a
hdwd firs, nice neigh-
borhood no pets, $650
mo + dep 904-716-3441
North Jax Victoria Lakes
Spacious 3/2 $1250/mo
1st month rent FREE!
pool, clubhouse, screen
lanai. Convenient to 9A
and 95. Call 252.8644.
NORTHSIDE 3br/2ba, Irg
living area. close to
down town $800 + sec.
619-1599
NORTHSIDE 2/1, newly
renovated, hard wood firs,
new cpt, w/d hkp, CH&A,
$750mo. Call 262-3509
Northside 2, 3, BR hses &
twnhms for rent ch&a
appis $650- $825mo.
Greg No hud 376-5190
N'SIDE- 5/3.5.3000sf,
| 3cargar, $1t600mo plus
S until. Call 200-5107/
P" 757-0487 PCS orders
N'SIDE Conifer Ridge
New 3/2 2cg on Lake.
w/d hu. 1700sf. nr Alrprt
$1250m 954- 605- 0820
Oakleaf Plant $1250/mo.
4/2 near pool w/fam rm
Eat-.In klch, Irg Master
bedroom. 904-673-0608
Oakleaf Plant. New &
Ready. Lease-to-buy.
1800sf 3000sf $1500-
$2000m 516-660-2709
OP/Chatam Woods
Brand new 3br/2.Sba
Twnhse w/gar, close to
NAS JAX. 786.488. 7388
O.P.- Spacious 4/2, 2 car
garage, 2284sf In Eagle

porch, lawn care Incl.
Inc. 904 2647181 ext
ORANGEDALE 2/1, river
front 3ac, WD, 200ft
dock $1300mo.
904-591-8690 424-1807
Orange Pk near Argyle
Elem. brand new 4/2,
Upgrades galore! WD
$1295-$1395m 236-9889
4, ORTEGA HILLS SD
S4832 OAKSIDE 3/1.5.
1 small home. fenced
yrd, no pets, quiet
area. central h/a. 6 or 12
mo lease $775. 777-5690

PACE ISLAND
Gated community.
4br/3ba, 2400 +sf, 2 car
gar, avail. Sept. 1. $1800
mo. 269.-8941 or 625.6519.
PONTE VEDRA Fairfield
2300SF, 3/3, 2 car gar,
spa, lawn serv, avail 9/1
$2150mb 904-294-1432
PV Walden Chase,
culdesac, new rugs,
new curtains, new pnt,
3/3, grt rm, fplc, bonus
rm DR ofc, laund rm,
Friendly comm. pool,
tenn ct, $1800mo. lawn
maint incld. no pets
St. Johns School
Nease H.S. C-662-4503
H-285-0140
RIVERFRONT HOUSE: 2/2
Compity Renovtd on
1+ac. Pets neg. $950+
Sec. Call Nikki 434-0755
SAN JOSE Charming lake
front, 3/2, CH&A, wdh,
gar, wd/ tile firs, dock,
pet ok with dep. $1350.
Call 904-838.8725


So'slde 4br/3ba. 2500sf
lake view, wood floors,
$1500mo. Call Rebekah
@ 904-998-8263
SOUTHSIDE BEAUTY Nr
UNF. 3/2, grt rm, lovely
yard w/arbor, Chets
Crk Elem. $1300
422-5998 925-368-1186
SOUTHSIDE -close to
Regency, 2/1, w/d hkp,
CH&A, stove, frig d/w,
$300 dep, $640mo. no
pets. 398-2946
SOUTHSIDE AREA
Brand new rent to own.
3 bedrm, 2 bath, garage,
appliances 386.623.9611
tbelcher@gmall.com
S'SIDE For Lease $1300m,
3/2, comply. refurbished,
fncd yd, new appls.
848 Trinidad, Holiday Hill
area. 220.-7364/652-6483
S'side The Landings at
Belle Rive 2/2.5, lcgar,
near Town Ctr water-
view $1150 904-891-6167
ST. AUGUSTINE brand
new TH 3/2.5, 1463sf
new appli, 1 car gar,
$1095mo. 904-962-1263
ST. JOHNS CO/WGV- New
5/3 lake view w/lrg yd.
Purch. opt. $1499m+dp.
904 827-0961
St Nicholas Exec 2br/2ba
2 car gar, FL rm, frpl, all
appli's, lawn svc incl
$1495mo. 904-398-6273
STONEHURST PLANT
TION (2) 4/2, 1800+
$1300. Buyers Proper
ties 276-0795
Westside PAXON 2/1
duplex CH&A, w/d hkp,
fncd yd, stove, frig, cpt,
$550mo. 384-5833
WESTSIDE NR OP 3/1
BONUS RM, NEW CPT, 2
CAR GAR, W/D HKP NO PETS
REF REQ. $850/MO. 860. 7219
Westside, Morris Oaks
New hm 3/2, 2 car gar
$1090m 305-976.6911
urruchil@gmall.com
Westsilde 3/1.5 2962 W.
16th St. Newly remod-
eled $875MO. No HUD.
Call 904-687-4962
WESTSIDE 3/1
2012 Detroit St. Newly
remodeled $825MO.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
Westslde 3/1, 6994
Miss Mufflt Ln S. newly
remodeled $850mo.
No HUD 904-687-4962
WESTSIDE 'PAXON 3 '2
ch&a garage. '. a hk.u,
Irg ard. rne.i remod
eled S625dep 766 1669
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 10A SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIEIV
REF REQ. $595 MO. 778 2897
Westslde Ig 2 1 1052 St.
Clair St. Newly Remod-
eled $775m0. No HUD.
Call 904-687-4962
Westslde 3 2.
4508 Tango Ln. Newly
Remodeled S875mo. No
HUD. Call 904-687-4962
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Beautiful 5 4 Bonus.
Lar e 3.00SCi Brano Nes
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Start $10-$11 while .2 GOLFCLUBS household items, $400OBO. 542-9e698 -
training. 4e+ hrs/wk JOIN OUR TEAM ATTHE SACRIFICE SET MEN'S clothing, artworketc.NIG
area. DFWP EOE It GOLF CLUBS. USED FT. CAROLINE big garage I/TABLEANDSIX CHAIRS --
800-655.8018 GOOD CONDITION- sale. furn toys & hse \ CALL 246-2803 --
800-a656-8018nOFFER- CALL 317-6615. h c e
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS NOREASONABLEOFFER Old Mill Cove Trail E. TV-4in, Magnavox
-needed. Paid vaca, REFUSED Thur, Fri 8-2 Big Screen Pojection
-ions and holidays. New ahe.Vlofida tjskngSL0.Cal
equip. G.E.C. Trucking ".O. TRAIN TABLE -4x7ft ICW -comm garage sale. T.V.I 1 Call
359-0404 & 301-2600 "includes easy track, Wolf Creek TH. Beach/
$250. Scooter -'02, Hodges, Aug 19th 10-2 WESLEY HALL COUCH =
Paratransit Drivers ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT G & A 70mpg, $450. 260-4415 iCW-Multifm-$400 plaid chr, ithr
NeededATG- ottoman $400, chrry wd
Safe, good paHard Pan Fill Dirt sle8/5.2512 Winding glass too desk w/ofc
drivSrecorod. clean CHEAP! 904-497-9666g SpringsCt'inBent- chr, side cmptr pc e
drivcecord0AndleanwaterSubdv, off $300, white wicker
background a must. Harley Davidson 00' Hodges Blvd, clothingfum, daybed w/mattresm
Drugafree.fCall 493-5262 We are looking for an Executive Administrative Assis H Fatboy.$13,Dvd.Only more tbl corner pcrocking'
TRUCK DRIVER tant with proven success. The resourceful individual 8100miles, custom Maddarin Moving Sale: from Per1llwd.b-
fror,manyextras, from Peir 1, all wood,
23yrHlyruexpeCDLtAwith must be an extremely organized self-starter who can excellentcondition, arage 34481Islander Way, near med brown $200. C
ryHazmatr0Drugt $ wtesth No handle a variety of duties simultaneously. Candidate kept, call 622-6702 Ricky Rd.oSat. 8.12N 223-4265
felony $600 exceptional Wedding forces sale. andelig
904.233-7011 must be aindconfid mat 4 HotTubthree years Bedrm set, Couch, Ent
.t terms and possessexcellent written and verbal communi water all cover, CallTV61W&D6 andore
JOIN OUR TEAM v.L-.,L,- cationsns sills as the candidate will deal with senior level includedgreatshape, N'side Comm. YardSaiel ELECTRIC
AT THE ECO LATINO FLORIDA TINES UNION management on a daily basis. Qualified individual g 50en6interior,6greatp c, Furn., bikes, clths. & WHEELCHAIR
imeS-4Union6016 much morel Pis join us Hide electricR -
shouldhave a minimum of three to five years of execu Sat. 19th@ 8am. Take' Turbo
HOT WEES& Turner to Bessent wheelcbalr/ scooter,
tive level support who can work independently with MATCHBOXeTero o usdlesstanlhours.
Seeking qualified joining together for the 1st time... minimum supervision. Must have at least two years of section loose balloons & sins Paid $3400 sacrificeo$2400.
alicants for the $e50hcarded, $1.oo, 904-215-5889
following position: hiring event of the year college. Candidate must be able to type 45 WPM-with oldand new, outdoor Ortega Multi Family
TRUCK DRIVER accuracy. Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite is a 269-4503 Furnituree&Shouseholdset
must. must. Experience working with budgets, spread Lovest&Sofa, teams. 4334 Baltic St 970merchandise/
Please see our dis- September 27, 2006 sheets, charts, graphs and reports is required. -I MahoanyTablew/4 S'side Moving Sale Furn Serices__ -_
play ad under classi- 3:00pro to 7:00pm .1b chL. r$250. Large cIths hseware Sat& Sun
fication 755. Oriental Rug $100. Belie Rive Apts #3806 Alto Sax, jupiter,
Qualified applicants may apply online at: 721-2939. WIll negotiate. W'SPEsMOVINGSALE! 1 A-.ee 767seres,
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11005Livestock
1005 & Supplies

2 YO Buckskin Stallion grn
broke shots, $1000 Cog-
gins current. 642-9933
Norse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 5 18th Street 354-7634
www.horseandkenel.com

1 01 Supplies
V BULLDOG T
Designer Puppies
Chlhuaruas &Doxies
Puggle & Labs
www.petworldpets.com
pet World 262-4646
., Aquarium 75 gallon,
T. with stand, hood,
lt,111iltesstemand
Iosalatsh.
$325 obo. Leave Message
r 912-882-6371
,BELGIAN MAUNOIS,
IMPORTED.
protection, Obedience
-e & Agility.
www. k9-trainer. corn
S 904-289.9282
& BOXER
SFree 6yrildemale
Boxer, spaeyed. She Is
very loving and Is
t"v*%hkids"cats&
oier dogs. 904-629-5892
CHIHUAHUA PUPS,
Short & long hair, Cash!
$250 & $300 904-757-8567
4 CHIHUAHUA MALE
white, black spots,
two months old, $375
obo, call 6146820
CHINESE CRESTED PUP
PIES, champion pedi
dree I/M. 1/F, black w/
white markings, ready
8/18. Call 904-504-5315
from 10am-9pm only
Cock A Poos, Too cute
teddy bears Reg HC
'$300+ Buff & Bicks. Also
taking dep on 4 wk rare Sil-
ver Buff, Red & BIcks. Non
n shed 904- 568-6418
,, COCKATIELS for SALE
All colors available,
$50 to $75. Call
674-0598 anytime,
g day, or night.
DACHSHUND PUPS
choc/tan, bick/tan $250
904.766-0750 Iv msg
Doberman Pinschers Red
Full blooded, 2M, 3F, big/
sweet $400 904-304-1365
SDOG FREE to good
4, home, due to health
12 years old, very lov-
ing house broken. 779-6782
SDoghouse Igloo
12-576-7377/
4.1 227-0866
English Bulldogs AKC
champ pedigree 2M /1F
$1600. Call 352-543.-0163
German Short Haired
Pointers M/F, all shot
sOrvIs indorsed kennel.
Nat'l. field champ on
oremis Ready to gol
& up. 229-263-9498
Gdrman Shepherd: 9mo
old female, AKC regis-
tered $400 904-502.- 6850
'GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPS-Black w/Health
CePl $250. 904.284-2827
German Shepherd apprx
2,yrs, Male, Intact, S/W
900 neg. 904-262-8691
GREAT DANE PUPS CKC
reg., 3 litters blue merle
BK259-4781
Lab pups, AKC, 1 yellow
M.2 black F; HC, S/W,
POP. 904-291-7020
Labrador Pups AKC, yllw
HC calm temperament
POP $400 541-1667
LABS, AKC Yel. 2 Utters
DIckendall / Black Creek
Sires $600-1400. 284.6606
Maltese, Yorkies, Pome-
ranian, Shih- tzu,
Pekinese, Chihuahua.
904.374-b6177
MINI SCHNAUZER -8wks,
M, AKC. bik/ sivr, $600.
386-937-5824
PARAKEETS- FREE!
2 yellow/blue
S Includes large cage. -
good home needed.
PIT DULL APBT/UKC PUPS
9wks. 1M/2F $300 up.
shots POP 904-230-8279
PITBULL PUPS ADBA
Jocko, Redboy. Sire is a
SON of champion
Emmltt. 352- 375-8075
Pomeranian Pups; 2M/2
F; 6wks old AKC reg.
Ready for release on
August 23rd. $550 & up.
509-2995 if Interested
Pug Beautiful AKC reg
black & tan fern puppy
12wks $500. 912-554- 0644
PUG PUPS, CKC, Fawns,
M/F, S/W, HC, ready to
go 500. 904-374.2804
RAT TERRIER PUPPIES
For sale. More info.
Call 904-641-4758
ROTTWEILER -pups,
AKC HC, 8wks,
352-546-3903
ShIh-Tzu, Adorable 9
mos. male. All shots,
neut'd, house broken.
Very smart, playful
loves people. He will
melt your heart Need
to sell, moving in with
daughter who is aller
gic to animals. Please,
only someone who has
time for him. Paid $500,
will sacrifice for $325
OBO. 904-219-8391
Shih Tzu CKC Pups, hith
cert, shots, wormed,
POP. call 904-215-7809
SHIH TZU -CKC, s/w, Fla
vet hith cert 2 'M,
gold/wht & red/wht,
$650 797-8947
Silky Terrier babies, AKC,
(like Yorkies) small, non
-shed, HC 386-496-1279 .
WEIMARANER Pup AKC
Silver 1st shots, health
certs. (850) 579-4475,
YORKIE PUPS CKC
Female 4950, Males
$850 Poodle $500.
386-649-2111
YORKIES, 2 Adorable
girls ready for just the
right home. $650 & $750
Cash 386-325-2384





Transportation

1200 Aviation
1205 Boats
1210 Sailboats
1215Boat Dockage &
Rentals


1235RV Rentals
1300 Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
1305Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1315 Auto Rent/Lease
1320 Antiques/Classics
1325 Automobiles
1335$2000 or Less
1340OTrucks/Trailers/
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses
1350 Misc. Auto
1355 Autosff-ucks
Wanted

1205 Boats
**** LET US
SELL YOUR BOAT
*Consignments Needed.
Salter Marine 904-284-0155
4. Hydra Sports Center
/ Console 99'

hp, Johnson Out board,
$14O0obo. 904-605-0486


4. SAIL BOAT
S CATAMARAN with
| trailer, Sail very good,
ready for the water
now ask $899. BOB.
904-477-7070
10' Aluminum Boat
S with trailer and
t trolling motor, 411b,
thrust, $550 obo.
Call Tom 912-258-0644 or
912-576-8769
17' KEY WEST '89 Cntr
console w/trlr, 93 -
70hp Johnson Motor
reuns perfect. Floor
needs some repair.
$3,600 obo Call 316-4229
18ft In/Out Board
Regal Marine 2000.
41 New HP190 engine,
galvanized 20 ft
shorelander trailer, $12,200.
Great condition. 472- 3678/
282-0493
Monterey lS sl 3.0 Ix,
1 I/O galvanized trailer,
ib all accessories Incl.,
excellent cond,
runs great $6850obo.
9047057228
19ft. Carolina Skif
Sfloat-on trailer 90hp,
S\ Yamaha 4-stroke
motor, 25hr. $12,500
obo 912-449-2425


1205 Boats
S19et. Fish and ski 05'
S140hp, Suzuki trailer,
OPS, Dephh adn fish
finder, $14, 500.
Call 912-727-6347/
912-674-0425
A 19ft, 05' Penn Craft
S Ford 5.15, 900 W/
4 trailer GPS, depth
finder, many extras.
call 912-729-6345 or
912674-0425 for more Info
PWC 1992,
New motor, Yamaha
2L Waverunner III runs
great, trailer Inclu,
$1300 obo, C. l 912 882- 6444
20, CELEBRITY '88 with
Cuddy trailer cover,
5.7 liter Mercrulser fish
finder $4000. 504.A321I
AL 21FT SEA CHASER
S99 with 140hp Suzuki
a11 center console, down
dgger, steel prop,.
$9500 Ready to flsh
270-6010 x111
23' MARIAH 'oo00. Shabah
CD, dpth sdr 350Alphal,



5904 21-5889 137
24' SeaRay 99 Sundeck,
260hp/160hrs, bimlnl,
toilet, trir, all like new.
386 615-0915
M 32ft/1989 Carver 3207

engines, sleeps sixxc.condition,
904-2165-5889
SUZUKAW/TOHATSU 98
SXI SPORT WATER
CRAFT HULL
Sexc. condition, runs
good, cars rebuilt, asking,
$2500obo. Trailer not IndL
904-673-2504

SUZUI/ALLEGRO MOTOHATSU
Sales, Service & Parts
Advance Marine 730-3332
Authorized Nissan Service

Any Condition!
"The Used parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
4123oRV's &
Supplies
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D cntrSanders R.VSales
Alachua (386)462-73039
1.800-541.6439
Dreams By Design "02,
36' -2 AC's, rear qn beg
Ig shower, new awning,
ceiling fans, bar,
upgraded cabinets
MUST SEEI Asking

MALLARDUTCHMAN CLASSIC
<|/ split floor plan with-
cntr slldeout sleeps 8.
$18k obo, 912-882-7095












MALLARD 30' 2004, T/T,
Qnbd, bunkbds, exc cond
$11,990. 904- 645-7786
MONACO MONARCH 36'
2002 2 slides I.Sbath.
gar kept. 15kml. like
new S-~K 352 473 3887
Motorhome Must Sell
1987 Winnebago 37
l toot 27K mile.. great
weekender. 6.5 KW
Owan,$9Kobo.
912 882- 4168/ 912-258-0580
4, NATION '06 RV
23' TURBO DIESEL,
H ONAN GENERATOR,
S 4258 MILES, MUST
SELL! 904-220-6964
SlIding Campers, All Sizes
Unbeatable Prtces
714-9939
Repo, Repo, Repo
27' Bunkhmouse2006
Bu 1 Wholesale
Phi904-7149939
Challenger 2005
5th Wheel, 3 Slides, Many
Many Extras. Trades Wel-
come. Phil 904.7149939

1300 Motorcycles
"06 Artic Cat 500 4x4
digital display, 2R 4 WD,
camlflage, IPP tires &
rims, excel shape $4500
912-256&3396
'06 Honda Rancher
4x4,8good shape $400.
S Call 912-256-3396
4 Custom Chopper 1200
2005, streached frame,
extended, forks must
sell, $13K obo, 220ml
call for pits, great deal
912-576-3437
L HARLEY DAVIDSON 98'
DYNA WIDE GLIDE. AED
W GOLD PINSTRIPE,
GREAT SHAPE, JUST
OVER 23K MILES, $12500
OBO. 904-742-1700
HD '04 Ultra Classic
white J6K ml. $17.500
HD '02 Heritage Classic
olk. 43K ml, i15,000
both have lots of extras
Call 904-318-1306
HD DYNA SUPER GUDE
00', 23K miles, black
with saddlebags,
Sgaragekeptmust sel.

Honda 250 Rebel 06'
SGreat starter street
I bike, under 1k miles,
sports shelld trans-
ferable, extended warranty.
$3900.912-882-8421
Honda CR 125 2002,
Srace bike, pro circuIt,
kL. graphics, straight line
suspension, fast
$1200 abe. call 241-6027
for more Info
HONDA SHADOW
SPIRIT 1100.2002.
9625 miles,
windshield, luggage
rack, black, $4200 ob.
Call Mike 904-465-4315
SCOOTER. 150CC Stella,
2003, 88miles Almost
New with helmet. Wife
says I have to sell.
$2000 Call John
(904)277-7017
SCOOTER. 50cc 2003,
DSC, Beautiful, Red,
with helmet, 130 miles,
Almost New. $800, OBO.
Call John (904)277-7017
SIZE 8.S" fox racina
b hoots, worn twice,
paid $275. AsMkng $100.
Call 241-6027
for more Info.
4 Sporter XLH1200
I 2002, S/E card, bags, 2
windshelds, $60K obo,
904-705-7901 ask for Ron.
4, -SuzukI82' GS 1100E

YAMAHA VIRAGO 1100
. / ,1997' MINT COND.
D I ALEA sERVICED. 10K
MILES, NEW TIRE
SADDLE BAGS, X-TRAS.
$3800. 378-9877
4 YAMAHA YFZ 05'
i basically brand new,
title In hand can send
pics, $53100 obo.
Call 902-674-0527
briandealy@lhotmallcom

1310 Auto Parrts
3 INCi BODY UFT FOR
/ 1995 TO 1999 TOYOTA
P TAMA INCLUDES
5UUIPER KIT. NEVER
OPENE9 $135. 342-8698


4, BIBORE92MMVW
BEE'IE ENGCAM, OIL
FILER-RESERVOIR,
S RGE INTAKE
VALVE5 RUNS GREAT.
$120. 781-1532
4 CRAFTSMAN
CO5 RESSOR 4.5HP
e 20L used once,
$150. imelle 14", gas
chalnsaw 16' alum ext
ladder, $ 4-529-9630
Frontdnd Mask- for
/ TJ Toyotavlghlander, foil
Scorer, used

S yr Wrangler
4 each./23/75R 6,
T U o C Che516,
Truck/rV chrome,
Insert, rims,0ery good
condition, $, 651-5530

4 JAMES S TOPTAN
S GOOD S pE CALL



$110. RegUr Tunnel.
912-729-8
TIRES-04)3 uper
4, SwamperTIr0on 16"
S Chevy, whe good
cond tion, $orbo.
912-882-9t


1310 Auto Pa
TIRES. 4 n
truck/SUV t
P255/65R17, 6
l continental co
$295. Call 219-6
or 714-4466
4 TIRES
New 18" Tire
41\f rims, low pro
678-852-4
4, TRUCK B(
| Diamond plat
ILbox, like new, fl
sport side 48
upper width. $2
4. Wanted Traile
Sfor Volvo 240
remove from y
George. 287

1320 Antiqi
13 Class

1967 Ford Mustani
back Totally res
with rebuilt 289 e
Cral ar mag wi
new interior, re
tires. Air condltic
automatic tran
slon In the flo
Beautiful car $51
For more informal
call Ray Davis 64
or 220-0290
1969 KAISER JEEP
V6 eng, $375
Call 728-4748/247
1978 CADILLAC
RADIO B I a r
Fire-mist blue
new, $6500 614-3
Plymouth Prowli
Black on Black
condition 1900M
$38,500 obo 993
AUTO+RV AUCT
for Special Olymp
1974 Votikwagon
Aug 19 10 am. S
under auction
CHEVY IMPALA
Custom Mint Cor
original ml, 402 big
400 turbo glide tra
tory duals, origli
sheet & window s
Very rare car. Driv
fect. No rust.
7642604/434-5220

1325 Automo
/ C ACURA CLS
'03. Fully e
$17,880 991
LEXUS OF JACKSON
(7'ACURA RL 'I
CD, Only E
Miles. $26
LEXUS OF JACKSOI
998-0012
4, ACURA RSX
Fully equlpt 30
%. sflll under wa
Ssp. VTE
Fast-N-Furlous. D
cell 631-2623 or
771-6014
y ACURA TL
Fully equli
only 20,000
$24,480. 998-C
LEXUS OF JACKSOI
Acura TL '04 B
32500ml, auto
$25000 904612.60
ACURA TL '03
blue, spoiler, 38k,
1 owner, $18,10
654-4987
f7 ACURA Tl
%-fy Champ/T
Spoiler Only
Miles $25,995 99.
LEXUS OF JACKSOI


EASY Financi
904 -674 -44
552 Cassat Ave. (

AUDI A4 QUi
2005.5 Fully
$27,990 991
LEXUS OF JACKSOI
BMW 3231 Conver
'99 Auto, low m
$13,995. Call 899
BMW MINI COOPER
$22,950 OBO, Blue, 6S5
Shawn (904) 626-.
BMW Z4 '05
$35,975 OBO, 9000 Mi
ver, 3.0 Liter, Conve
Shawn (904) 626-2
\ CADILLAC S
CCharcoal/ta
22,000 miles
new. $27,980 998
LEXUS OF JACKSON
CADILLAC DEVILLI
$825 OBO. Money I
Ll,[ Siill Fa r
Shawn (904) 626-1


31Kvfles. Exe con
of 6yr 100k cert
warranty. $19,90
an reasonable
David 904- 483 -I

CADILLAC DEVIL
Red metallic, le
loaded, 58K mi.
$1400 down. 674-44
/ CADILLAC C
Pearl white
chrome wn
$18,840 998-
LEXUS OF JACKSON
4, Camaro SS,
Loaded T-Top
4-o red, 66k miles,
Call Nate 90434
SCAMARO SS-
Loaded, T-Top
S red, 691K miles
CallNate. 904-4
SChevrolet Cam
Automatic tra
slon with new
lob ( candy gre
flames). Only 8K n
new torque thrust v
New air condition s
plus many other ex
Must See! Wills
for $10,999. Pictures
be seen at our seb
www.flautobody.
Phone 904.264-7
L, CHEVROLET Bl
T 93' with cold air
SU Candy Green. M
991k. Sell Prica
Pictures can be s
at our web site
www.flautobody.c
4, CHEVY CAMA
S.2000 $69,500 ml
LSI VS. auto, t
leather loaded,
everything runs stro
fast. 904-434-13
CHEVY CAMARO Z
V8, loaded. $89
Call 89965853
4 CHEVY CORVE
CONVERTII
red 1 owner, ex
condition, gara
new tires. $26,500.37
{r'l CHEVY CORV
%r'05 6 Speed B
fur$41,98
LEXUS OF JACKSON
998-0012


rrts 1325 Automotive

ew CHEVY CORVETTE 01'
Ires. Convertible, red, 1
OK ml, '. Owner, excellent con-
ntltrac, h dillon, garaged, new
765 tires, $26,500. 378-9622
Chevy Malalbu 78 Clas-
sic Chevy Monte Carlo
sand '78 & trailer, $3500.
ofile, Race cars 904- 759- 0906
201
e c 7 CHRYSLER SEBRING
Oetruck v "'04 LTD. Only
Irs GMC 20,000 Mi. $16,890
.58" LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
U. 998-0012

r Hitch Corvette Convertible
. I will 95' Metallic red, w/
our car. White top, full power
-5177 matching hardtop,
automatic ZR-1 wheels,
/ $15,750. 868-4222 after
lies/ 5 pm or weekends
les
Dodge Dakota 04'
F 1- 1 Quad cab, S xT, 4wd,
retd bI v8, sunroof, step bars,
n bed cover, 26,500ml,
ees exe. cond, $19,500.
d-line 912-882-4293
smIs- Dodge Dakota 91',
or. long bed, only 60K
0 000 miles, sliding rear
ition, window tool box,
2-8902 tires-n-paint, great! Runs
S good, 2000. 912-576-1508
SCJ5 .1 DODGE STRATUS 03'
0. 6 52k miles, new tires,
7.1955 Abattery runs and looks
great. $7999 obo.
PELDO 904-655-0486
e, like
235 FORD MUSTANG GT '01
Leather, speed, V8
er '99 $12,995. Carl 899-5853
Mint
Miles! /( FORD MUSTANG GT
-3905 05 OS Only 2600
ION Miles $25,990
lice FL 998-0012
Thing LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ns Ford Tarus GL '93 New
S'71 trans & tires. Needs air
id. 44K $2500 904-317-9023
ns, fac .l GEO PRIZM 92'
naI bll .i Runs good, drives
ticker. ood, starts every
Lives per tllme, needs TLC,
$10 K $850. 912-673-8223
GTO 2004. Blue/ blue
leather. LS1, 350hp,
Itive n auto loaded 6k miles,
warranty, beautiful
car. $22K. Call Mike
i-TYPE 904-751-2794
equipt
8-0012 $ HONDA ACCORD 96'
IVILLE X Sedan 4 cyl, auto,
N all power, exc. gas
mileage, greatstudent
04 Nav, vehicle, $5. 904-294-6946
Ex Lo
3,995 HONDA ACCORD 01'
NVILLE i FOR SALE LOW MILES,
A 42CC VERY CLEAN CAR
ASKING PRICE, $8500.
2003 REAL GOOD DEAL
OK miles 904-982-5668
rranty.
C.n. A Honda Civic 02' 4 dr
derrick (EX) 62K miles. New
hm, | tires, $10K under
@ orders to relocate
L '04 make offer. 912-266-4295
pped, d Honda Civic 00' SI, 98k
miles. miles, black 2 door,
0012 17 $87s50-obo.
NVILLE 904-303-6377
lack, M. HondaS2000
trans 1 2004,16800mlesblue
50 j1 like new call 270-6343
3.2, nights, 220-0193. $25K
cleana, P INFINITI G35 Coupe
) obo '04 Pearl white/
tan, beautiful, like
.'04 new $28,980 998-0012
ran r LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
V 15,000
8-0012 fTr\JAGUAR SType '03
NVILLE %_6-4.2. fully equipped.
$22.640. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
52 CUR JEEP CHEROKEE 98'
/ 6 cyl 4WD. illh only
s J 95k miles. Nice paint
lob (green). ColdA C.
NADA retail value '7600.
& 03 Will sell for $6500. Pictures
PDL can be sent at our web site.
L www.flautobody.com.
age 904-264-7173
i975 LiUncoln TwnCar 95
rranty .1i. | signature one owner,
0 Miles XA,/ like new, 74K ml, exc.
mileage, garage kept,
S service records available,
$121K Must see. Leather
) 1-10 Offers considered.
386-437- 0124/386-793.8660
ATTRO MERCEDES BENZ SOOSL
equip -'03, SlIver w/ash Ithr,
B-0012 14,800 ml, 3yr ext. war-
Vi ranty, wood wheel. Exc
INVILLE cond, $63,900.246-4104
rtible (H) or 246-9593 (w)
ils.5 MERCEDES SL500 98
Conv/Hdtp, sport,
RS'05 bik/blk, 68kmi, mint
IdWarr cond. 904-280-3479
MERCEDES BENZ C240 '03
White/tan Int, loaded.
les, Sl- $329mo. WAC. 899.5853
artible
S20 MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS '89
S0 $975 OBO, Runs Great, Need $
'RX '05 Shawn (904) 626- 2520
n, only
s. Like. a MUSTANG 2o002 3.8LT,
3-0012 .i V6, fully loaded, exc.
IVILLE -It1 cend., 67KmIles, $7900
Sor trade, mini van,
E '85 912-882-1052


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5,$13K.
34-1385
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nsmis-
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miles,
wheels.
system
xtras.
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invite all friends and
customers to stop by
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extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!
want to De treated
like family, come to
NIMNICHT
CHEVROLET
1550CASSAT AVE
891-8672
387-4041
210-3004






f7'NISSAN 350Z Conv.
S'04 Touring. Only
17,000 miles, like
new. $30,680 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, Nissan Max 96'
S$9K ob all leather,
1 low-rider, (NIAS)
many extras, must see
912-467-3345/
912-467-3348
f7 NISSAN MAXIMA
SS '04 3.5 Fully Equip
S$19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
SNISSAN SENTRA 97'
| sliver, 4cyl, 4dr, Runs
'r lgreat, gas saver, $2900
Call RJ, 912-467-3348
NISSAN SENTRA 94'
S4dr, sedan, automatIc,
V looks and runs great,
reliable transporta-
flon with great gas mileage,
$1700. 249-1666


1325 Automotive
4, Nissan Sentra 94'
S 4 dr sedan, auto-
I matic, looks and runs
great, reliable trans-
portation with great gas
mileage, $1700. 249-1666
OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS '94
A to B Wheels, Must
Sell Fast, Make Offer
Shawn (904) 626-2520
POINT FIREBIRD Formula
'98. T-top, 57 V8, loaded,
82K ml. 0975. 777-9119
PONTIAC GRAND AM '00
Low miles, fully loaded.
$3995. Call 899-5853






'03 FORD
MUSTANG CONV
Only 31K miles
$13,859
'02 BMW 7451
Premium Package
100,000 miles warr
$36,859
'04 BMW 5251
Premium & Sport
Package, one owner
$33,859
'06 BMW 650CI
Cab
Sport Package,
Premium, 1000 mi.
$82859
'03 SAAB 9-3
Convertible
Leather, AT
one owner
$17,859
'04 AUDI TT
Roadster
Quattro, 225HP
13K milers
$29,859
'03 SAAB 9.3
Convertible
Leather, AT, 1 owner
$17,859
'04 AUDI TT
Roadster
Quattro 225HP, 13K ml
$29,859
'06 DODGE
CHARGER R/T
Hemi, one owner
$27,859
'04 LAND
ROVER RANGE
ROVER HSE
REDUCED
$43,859
'04 CADILLAC
ESCALADE
Sunroof, CD
one owner
$29,959

'03 BMW Z4
SPORT
Premium Package,
one owner
$26,859

"04 PONTIAC
GRAND PRIX GT
Leather, CD,
one owner
$13 859

'04 HUMMER H2
Sunroof, leather,
CD, 3rd row seat
$32,859
"06 TOYOTA
SEQUOIA
Limited, leather,
sunroof, CD
$35,859

Brumos Porsche
Purchase from the
only Factory
Authorized
Porsche Dealer

904- 725- 9155

PORSCHE BOXER 03'
T 14Kmi, red with
black interior, mint
condition, S spd,
factory warranty $31,250.
Call 904 735-3835 PCS
T. Red Convertible
SCorvette, 02'. Low
t miles, very clean, mint
condition, for more
information call
912-729-5835
SATURN '95, SC1, 54k,
wnoe. AT, PS PB, PW,
N','. tires, gar, runs
arat.og ori owner, $4500
997 9651
Saturn SL '99 4dr, a/c,
good tires. $3200 OBO
777-5955
TOYOTA AVALON
'06 Fuly Equipped,
like new. $29,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '96
83k mi, all pwr, reduced
to $5650. 904.755-2840
TOYOTA CAMRY 00
Loaded, leather, alloys,
sunroof, low miles.
$8995. Call 899-5853
TOYOTA CAMRY '00
Loaded, leather, alloys.
sunroof, ow miles.
$8995. Call 899-5853
(y TOYOTA CAMRY
LE '03 Only 36,000
Miles Lthr CD
Beautiful $15,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4, TOYOTA SOLARA
Conv't SLE 05' V6
i leather Interior fully
loa Indeld NAV svtam


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


1325 Automotive
C~ VOLVO S80'06
Leather, CD, Crew
Cab RTL. $33,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
( VW PASSAT '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $20,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

1335 $2000ooor Less
CHEVY CAVALIER '98
4dr, cold ac, runs
great. $1800. 625-3058
4. DODGE CARAVAN 95'
| Automatic, good body,
AI engine, transmission
leaks, $1000 obo.
504-4173 PCS
4 FORD 2000
Runs great, cd
player, $3K obo.
call 651-7155
4, MITSUBISHI
ECLIPSE 90' great
S body interior,
S needs, engine
work, have newhead,
$500 obo. 247-6625
4, NISSAN 300ZX 87' red
5-speed, non turbo 16"
Chrome rims like new
tires, T-Tops CD radio.
Newly replaced transmis-
sion will be a classic next
year. CallBlondell
904-403-9323
Asking $1995 obo.
OLDS CUTLAS
S SUPREME SL 97'
|tii Needs transmission,
$2000 obo,
904-781-2760/ 568-8163C
,. OLDS CUTLASS
S SUPREME SL 97'
STransmission needs
rebuilding, $2K obo,
.904-781.2760/ 904-568-8163
SRanchero New Boss
302.1977.300 ml,
1 headers. 400 Trans
lockout shifter, minor
body, air shocks,
$1300 qbo. 242-8293

Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
E BMW X3 3.0'06
(SS/Wht/tan, like new.
$37,890. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC ESCALADE '06
$38,650 OBO, Need $ $, 12K
Miles, Black & Tan, Must Sell
Shawn (904) 626&2520
CHEVY BLAZER '96
A to B Wheels, Very Nice,
Needs Transmission Work,
$1,875 OBO, Need Money
Shawn (904) 626-2520
4 Chevy Blazer 99'
4dr, like new, $5800
S pay off at bank.
912-467-3348 RJ
CHEVY CREW CAB Dually
'00. V8, AT, AC. 47,800 mi.
Nice! $12,975. 674-4444
. CHEVY SUBURBAN
'03 Lthr CD Fully


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENTLEY ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
.ongwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911


GARBER BUICK
3reen Cove Springs 264-4502


KEY BUICK
1660 Southside Blvd.


642-6060


CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, St Aug 824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880

GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
S1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421

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

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7464



ATLANTIC DODGE
OF ST.AUGUSTINE
2330 US1 South 354-4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Bli9nding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
S1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch, 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DOnDG


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
f7\ CHEVY SUBURBAN
'01 DVD, Wht Fully
Equipped $14,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champ/tan xtra
low mi $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
DODGE DURANGO '04
Third row seat, leather,
loaded. $290 per mo.
wac. Call 899.5853
DODGE DURANGO
S'05 Only 14,000
Miles $18,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE DURANGO
SSPORTS UTILITY 98'
S good condition,
burgundy, 100K must
sell, fully loaded with cruise
control, $7K obo.
912-467-6156
FORD EXPLORER
S XLT 97'
Call 249 -7160
/| FORD'EXPLORER
fS SPT TRAC '03
LIKE NEW $18,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPLORER XLT '99
4dr, white, loaded, at, ac
$5975. Call 674-4444
(, FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '05
Fully Eqpt $22,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPEDITION
'03 Eddie Bauer,

998-0012
4 FORD RANGER 92'
ular Cab, topper
mats, looks and runs
great. $1775. 904-268-2482
Ford Sport Trac 2004,
4 XLT, 4x4, power
S everything tow
package extended
warrantty through, Oct 2010
only. 26K miles, $23K.
Call 472-8732
y FORD SPORT TRAC
'05. Fully equip
$20,480 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
E GMC YUKON LT
'04. Only 30,000
miles, like new.
$25,340. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA PILOT '04 Low
miles, like new. $324
per mo. WAC. 899-5853
) HONDA RIDGELINE
'06 EX. 4x4 Like
new. $27,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP LIBERTY SPORT '04
Low miles, red. $279 per


Trucks! /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

r INFINITI FX35 '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
equipped. $29,870
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(J/ INFIITI QX56 0 5
\ Navigation, DVD,
Fully Equip. $41,780
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

JEEP CHEROKEE -'96,
4cyl, 120k mi, new tires,
waterpump, no AC,
$2000 obo. 534-8397
Landrover Frelander
S02'S AWD, auto, 44K
t miles, power locks,
windows, am/fm/cd,
$12,300.317-1990/
291-4190eve. 477-0312 cell
MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '03
V6, white, loaded, very
clean! $12,975. 425-3659
TOYOTA RUNNER SR5
'03. V8, like new!
$15.995. Call 899-5853


Trucks /
1340 Trailers /
SUV's
( NISSAN ARMADA
'04 Only 20,000
Miles Like new
.Fully Equip $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012

4. NISSAN PATHFINDER
S92'pwr windows
.1. locks, original owner,
180K, excellent cond.,
exterior and interior,
$2200 obo. 904-233-7908

y TOYOTA HIGH-
LANDER '01 Like
New $14,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

STOYOTA SEQUOIA
'03 Ex low Miles
Fully Equip $21,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA TACOMA'04


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's
TOYOTA RUNNER
Z LTD' 03 champ/ tan
$22,840. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


1345 Vans/Buses
S Dodge B250 96'
T Custom Van 318tc.
I Good condition bed In
back, $350.355-6S43

DODGE CARAVAN 95'
SAutomatic, good body,
engine, transmission
leaks, $1000 obo.
504-4173 PCS

1350Miscellaneous
133. 0 Auto

GO KART Trail Star
S ONLY $800.
,t Non-negotiable,
excellent condition,
like new barely used
Teumeh E..I, n, ~hla


For


SAAB 9-3 2.ot

Convertible


SIka S6069 ...

Free maintenance for 3 years or 36,000 miles, serve opens 6:30, loaner cars available.

Born From Jets Sta1 ,

No BDeak r Fees Em! M ,15061

7999BLADIN BOLEVRD JUT NRTHOF -29


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


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


COGGIN HONDA ON ATLANIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
i .3 Fhii,, Hljy 370-1300

LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277


KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd 642-6060



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityaut omotive.con



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



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



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

LAMBORGHINI ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando FI 407-339-3443


111._ = M= 1


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



NORTH FLORIDA UNCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIN UNCOl ERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonville.comn
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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



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


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotive.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotlve.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
wvwwcityautomrotive.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC

10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S.1 South, St Aug. 904-794-9990

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd 269-9400



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

NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 8544826



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



ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
S895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando F 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax



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


SUBARU OF JAX
10800 Atlantic Blvd. .'.41 E55



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 7,001)

CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. A' ii
www.cilyautomotive.com



ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 0ii.

COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. -'','-0:i.

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 7 .' i0

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Au,
800-622-4888 or 904-797- l:iil)

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 CassatAve. .t'-4':t.



O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. i "9- t,

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. -iii




O'STEEN VOLVO'
2525 Philips Hwy. ' -




PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. -'2-it,-






BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
mvw.beachblvdautomotive, ,, r,
6833 Beach Blvd. 7-'4-i':.i

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 7.4.i'n0

LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road OP. 09-tu.0

DRIVE TICKET
www.driveticket.com
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