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Survival Training
Aviators Prepare For Emergencies
Page 6-7


Simulator Visit
Aircrew/Sailors Get P-8A Denmo
Page 4


THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 2006



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Webster Grads
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Six ship out, 16 return from deployment

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
lr aval Hos ital Jacksonville


saw six staff members off
to Expeditionary Medical
Facility (EMF) Kuwait Aug 17.
This was followed by the return
of 16 medical personnel from a
six-month deployment to EMF
Kuwait the following Saturday.
As she said farewell to the six
Sailors shipping out, Hospital
Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono expressed her confi-
dence and pride in how the NH
Jacksonville personnel would rep-
resent Navy Medicine while at
the U.S. Army facility.
Bono's confidence is based on
the solid professionalism of med-
ical personnel like Surgeon Lt.
William Lechuga. He was upbeat
about the deployment.
"We're going to have an oppor-
tunity to do some good out there,"
he said. "I hope to be able to help
out and do what I can to get peo-
ple fixed up so they can do what
they need to do."
Lechuga said he expects to
mainly provide routine surgical
services, such as appendectomies,
gall bladder operations, etc. at
the EMF. But he added they will
likely see some trauma, coming
from the war zone.
Lechuga was seen off by his
wife, Elaina, his son, Matel, and
father-in-law, Mario Hernandez.
The team was rotating with
another team of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville medical personnel,
16 of whom returned home late


HM3 Daniel Jolivette is reunited
with his daughter, Alexis.


Photos by HM 1 (SW) Michael Morgan
Hospital Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono bids farewell to members of her staff deploying to EMF Kuwait
Aug. 17. Bono was also on hand to welcome previously deployed personnel flying in to Jacksonville International
late Saturday evening.


Saturday evening arriving at
Jacksonville International Air-
port. They were greeted by sever-
al excited staff members, family
members and friends.
As she came out of the con-
course HM3 Yazmin Avila-Lima
was embraced by her husband


Army Spc. Rodriguez Rivera.
Asked how it felt to finally be
home Avila-Lima said, "It feels
great! It was a long flight."
Describing her duties in Kuwait
she said, "I was a lab tech, sup-
plying basic laboratory needs and
blood supply." This was her first


deployment and Avila-Lima said
she'll always remember "a lot of
long days, long hours and very
hot weather."
Capt. Mary Jackson of the hospi-
tal's Family Practice Department
agreed the Navy Medicine person-
nel had much to be proud of.


HM1 Robert Hauser hugs his
daughter, Erin, as his wife, Angel,
looks on after six long months on
deployment.
"We did our job and everyone
did it well, she said." With her
husband, Troy and sons, J.P. and
Michael at her side again, she
added, "I'm just happy to be back
home."


Florida Air

National Guard

cross trains

with base fire

department

By MC2(A W) Brian Smarr
Special Contributor
Eight members of the Florida
Air National Guard 125th
Fighter Wing qualified for the
Department of Defense Hazardous
Materials Technician course at NAS
Jacksonville Aug. 14. The course was
taught here by members of the base
fire department because the wing did
not have the detection and decontam-
ination equipment available.
The course consisted of 40 hours of
classroom training, a two-part com-
puter-based exam, followed by a
hands-on evaluated drill. During the
simulation, members suited up in
Level A vapor protective suits and
self-contained breathing apparatus.
Each team was prepped and briefed
as to what chemical was present and
what procedure to follow prior to
entering the simulation. Each mem-
ber was decontaminated in a wash
down tent after being in the proximi-
ty of the chemical.
With the safety parameters set at
only 20 minutes in the suits, the first
two-man team assessed and collected
data on the possible contaminate
under the watchful eye of evaluators
from the 125TH Hazmat Response
Team and NAS Jax Fire Department.
Behind the scenes, additional mem-
bers of the 125th pooled through
Hazmat identification publications to
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Hazmat Response Team (left rear ) and NAS Jax Fire Department Capt. Jamie
Sherer (rear right) look on as members of the 125th work to contain a simulated
gas contaminate.


Tech. Sgt. Jefrey Snyder of the Florida Air
NSA Jax Fire Department Capt. Jamie National Guard 125th Fighter Wing,
Sherer, instructs members of the Florida adjusts his self-contained breathing
Air National Guard 125th Fighter Wing apparatus before participating in a
during a gas contaminate drill Aug. 14. Hazmat drill. The system, combined with
The scenario was conducted to certify a vapor protecting suit, ensures members
the 125th members in Hazmat analysis of the Hazmat response teams stay safe
and containment, when dealing with contaminates.


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B A S E t s time to gear up forte September E4 advancement exceptions! Eligible Sailors must bring their most recent
exam. Worksheets are ready for verification and signa- evaluation to compute a performance mark average for the
ture at the Personnel Support Activity Detachment through exam.







2 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24, 2006


Looking back in time . .


HEY MONEYMANI


Hey, MoneyMan!
I recently purchased a
home in Jacksonville a few
blocks away from the St.
Johns River. I thought I
was safe from hurricanes
because we are miles away
from the ocean, but a lot of
people are telling me that
any house in Florida could
be severely damaged by
hurricanes.
I am from the midwest,
so I do not know much
about what I should do to
prepare. Any suggestions?
MoneyMan Sez:
Your friends are right.
Hurricanes are a threat to
all Florida residents.
Recently, the
Department of Financial
Services implemented a
new program called "My
Safe Florida Home."
Floridians can apply for
free home inspections and
professional recommenda-


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itions on how to improve
their homes' ability to
'withstand a hurricane.
I The state hopes to
inspect as many as 50,000
households over the next
year. Once an inspection
has been done, the home-
owner will receive a report
within seven to 10 days
that outlines up to seven
areas that could be
improved to better protect
the home and this report
will give an estimate of
how much each of those
improvements would cost.
There are some restric-
tions, but to find out more
about this program, con-
tact the Department' of
Financial Services at
www.mysafefloridahome.c
om or call 800-342-2762.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMani at 778-0353.


Ombudsman Appreciation

Luncheon is Sept. 21
The annual Ombudsman Appreciation Luncheon will
be held Sept. 21 at 11:30 a.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. All command ombudsmen, com-
manding officers, executive officers, command master
chiefs and guests are invited.
Tickets are now on sale at the Fleet and Family
Support Center. For more information, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

Correction...
On Page I of last week's Jax Air News, the photo of the
Sailor of Quarter receiving his award was misidentified.
The Sailor in the photo is actually AWl Kevin Bordelon of
Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Eleven. We
regret this error.


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SUNDAY SERVICES
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:


Saturdday -
Sunday -


5 p.m. Catholic Mass
8:15 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
Worship


MEET R SRILOR ...
CSSN CLAUDE MICKOUMA

Job title/command:
S NAS Jax Supply
Department

Sy Hometown: Libreville, Gabon

Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: USS Carney
(DDG 66)

Career Plans: To earn my college degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Joining
the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest.


MEET CIVILIAN .. .
SHERMAN TURNER

Job title/command:
CSR/System Administrator
NMI

Hometown: Mobile, Ala.

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: NAS Cecil Field, NAS
Jacksonville

Career Plans: To pursue a second master s
degree or PhD.

Most Interesting Experience: Working
on the flight deck.

Words of Wisdom: Education is the key to
success and one should acquire as many keys
as possible.


Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.




JaxAir News

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 MC1 Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley & Kaylee LaRocque
The IAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAX AIRl 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 IAX AIR NWS can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email jaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JXAmNIRNW, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JAX AIR 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:

JaxAirNews
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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Digital signature policy required to


From Commander, Nay i
Installations Command
Fraud and identity theft are
becoming more and msre
common each day.
Although these kinds of crimes
have been around for years, tie
Internet now enables criminals
access to online methods of swin-
dling unsuspecting victims.
While you might be suspicious of
e-mail from unknown sources, it cah
be difficult to distinguish between
legitimate sites or e-mail and the
"spoofed" sites or e-mails created fqr
snaring the unsuspecting.


Recent scams have impersonat-
ed recognized internet service
providers and companies, as well
as Navy related organizations,
including Navy Federal Credit
Union and Navy Knowledge
Online. Phishing has also imper-
sonated government sources such
as NMCI and the Veterans
Administration.
Phishing schemes use a num-
ber of techniques to get the user
to "bite." Two of the most common
schemes are: "spoofing," where e-
mail addresses and page content
appear to be from a valid source;
and "social engineering," when
emails, and other means such as


a phone call from someone who
seems to know you, play upon
human curiosity to trick the user
into revealing personal data by
convincing or scaring them into
the desired action, potentially
divulging credit card numbers,
bank information, Social Security
numbers, us6r id's and passwords
for personal gain or to gain access
to a network.
Company logos and letterheads
may appear to be genuine at first
glance, and this is how unsus-
pecting users are usually lured
into helping the phishers accom-
plish their goals. A recent inci-
dent of phishing appeared to


Jax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24, 2006 3


prevent phishing scams
come from an official NMCI Navy in doubt, phone the person 'r
account but fortunately there was organization the email appears 0o
no compromise. come from.
DON CIO/061525ZOCT2004 Be aware that whenever you
and CNO/071651ZDEC require click on a link in an email or open
Navy network users to digitally I,
sign any e-mail that tasks a user an attachment it may not have
within the Department of De- come from the person or entity yodu
fense for personal information, think it came from. Users should
Use of the digital signature elimi- avoid answering any e-mail that
nates the senders ability to claim attempts to get users to reveal
an email was not sent by him/her personal information and report
(non-repudiation) and ensures suspicious correspondence to
positive identification of the any suspicious correspondence
sender (authentication). Users your information assurance mai-
should check to see if an email ager or CIO team immediately.
requesting any personal informa- Never release password, login, or
tion has been digitally signed. If pin numbers via any medium.


'War Eagles' make first drug bust


By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
VP-16 PAO
While fighting the war on
drugs, one of the VP-16
"War Eagle" aircrews for-
ward deployed to El Salvador partici-
pated in the interception and confis-
cation of 4.93 metric tons of cocaine
in July.
After receiving word to launch and
search for a suspect fishing vessel,


the ready aircrew successfully locat-
ed the vessel and reported its loca-
tion to a nearby U.S. Navy ship that
was patrolling in the area.
After giving the ship vectors to
intercept the fishing vessel, the air-
crew remained in the area to main-
tain contact with the suspect vessel
and provide reconnaissance to the
ship's crew as they maneuvered to
board and search the boat.
As the fishing vessel's crew noticed


the approaching warship, they set
the boat ablaze and boarded a life
raft. The Navy ship closed in on the
burning vessel, taking the crew into
custody and extinguishing the
flames. Once the boat had cooled, a
boarding party !searched the charred
remains and discovered the stash of
cocaine below decks.
A total of 167 bales of cocaine were
confiscated with an estimated street
value of $562 million.


VP-16 offers aid during Lebanon evacuation


By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
VP-16 PAO
W hen violence erupted in the
Middle East, the "War
Eagles" of VP-16 were
called upon to aid in the evacuation
of United States citizens from the
war zone.
For one week, three aircrews and
two aircraft were forward deployed
to Souda Bay, Crete to provide


reconnaissance for the operation.
Aircrews flew twice daily providing
continuous area coverage of the evac-
uation. Surface search and control
was conducted to identify all surface
ships off the Lebanese coast that
could prove a threat to contracted
cruise liners carrying American
evacuees. The United States
Embassy and land evacuation routes
were imaged to ensure free access to
points of departure for citizens desir-


ing to leave the country.
Reconnaissance flights were also
performed to identify potential
threats to participating U.S. war-
ships. I
After the initial evacuation was
completed, the War Eagles returned
to Sigonella, Italy where they contin-
ue to support operations in the
region.


On-base housing fire inspections slated for September


From the NAS lax
Fire Prevention Office
he annual family
housing inspection
for those residents
living at NAS Jax will
begin Sept. 1 by base fire
department personnel.
Inspections will be held


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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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Howard of HS-7 load an AGM-114 Hellfire missile. Last
week, the HS-7 "Dusty Dogs" successfully fired three
Hellfire AGM-114 missiles during three separate training
flights. The successful shots capped off weeks of antisur-
face warfare training where squadron members utilized-
simulators and captive air training missiles to ensure
their shots were placed accurately.



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4 Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24, 2006


P-8A mobile demo



trailer visits NAS Jax


By Lt Steve Bradfield
VP-30 PAO


he Boeing Corporation's P-
8A Multi-mission Maritime
Aircraft (MMA) demonstra-
tion trailer made a stop at NAS
Jacksonville Aug. 11 as part of
their nine-week cross-country
tour.
The P-8A is a military deriva-
tive of the next generation 737-
800 commercial aircraft and is
the Navy's replacement platform
for'the P-3C. The state-of-the-art
demonstration trailer provided a
first-hand look into the latest
technology being incorporated
into the new weapon system. The
demonstration trailer included a
high fidelity cockpit flight simula-
tion linked with three mission
operator consoles and simulated
sensors.
More than 300 aircrew and
Sailors had the opportunity to
participate in guided demonstra-
tions of the 21st century worksta-
tions and operational mission
software, and participated in sim-
ulated test flights experiencing
some of the mission qualities the
P-8A aircraft will bring to the
fleet. The demonstration trailer
also included high bandwidth
satellite connectivity enabling
distributed simulations and net-
work-centric demonstrations
between the trailer and other
Boeing Integration Centers
,across the country.
The day prior to the tours, a
combined team from Boeing and
Naval Air Systems Command,
provided Sailors from VP-30 and
squadrons assigned to Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing Eleven a


Boeing's P-8A Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA) mobile demonstra-
tion trailer is on a nine-week, cross-country tour to give P-3 pilots and
workstation operators a hands-on experience with the new aircraft.


Photos by Clark Pierce
Lt. Cmdr. Dan Parilla of VP-30, evaluates the P-8A flight controls during


his simulated sortie Aug. 11.
thorough brief on the MMA pro-
gram and detailed information
about the open architecture mis-
sion system. "It's is great to get
out and see the fleet, our cus-
tomer in this development effort,
and see them walk away excited
about the product we plan on
delivering to them in the coming
years," said Egan Greenstein of
the Boeing Corporation. "The
trailer enables us to provide a
more exciting, more realistic,
demonstration of the P-8A's capa-
bilities."
Capt. Tim Brewer, commanding
officer of VP-30, after receiving a
tour said, "I wish I was 15 years
younger so I could get the chance
to fly this aircraft. The Boeing-


NAVAIR team, combined with
input from the fleet, is obviously
on track to deliver a weapon sys-
tem that will bring with it a huge
leap forward in anti-submarine
warfare technology."
The Boeing-led P-8A team,
which includes CFM
International, Northrop
Grumman, Raytheon and Smiths
Aerospace will produce five test
aircraft during the program's sys-
tem development and demonstra-
tion phase. The Navy plans to
purchase up to 108 aircraft to
replace its aging fleet of P-3 air-
craft. The first aircraft will be
delivered for flight test in 2009
and initial operational capability
is slated for 2013.


Boeing's Carrie Ann Hrastich stands by as AWAN Marvelous Salters of VP-
45, evaluates the workstation software capabilities.


POW/MIA observance slated for Sept. 13
From NAS Jacksonville Military and civilian attend. The military attire
Public Affairs employees at NAS for participants is summer
Jacksonville as well as all whites, working uniform for


NAS Jacksonville will
host a POW/MIA
Recognition Obser-
vance Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. at
the All Saints Chapel to
honor, all Ameri-cans who
are former POWs, as well
as those who are still unac-
counted
for and

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
liberated with his fellow
POWs in 1973.
The observance will
include the POW Pledge of
Allegiance, led by retired
Navy Chief Carl "Ed"
Creamer, a former Japa-
nese POW. As a third class
petty officer during World
War II, his PBY was shot
down in the Bering Sea.
He was one of three sur-
vivors from the crew of nine
picked up by a Japanese
cruiser.
At the end of the obser-
vance, the NAS Jackson-
ville Weapons Department
will render honors with a
21;-gun salute, followed by a
missing man formation fly-
over.
POW/MIA observances
are held nationally and
reaffirm a promise to fallen
coinrades that, "you are not
forgotten."

Attention,

cyclists!
From Staff
cyclists entering NAS
Jacksonville will no
longer be allowed to
enter via the. commercial
gaie due to safety issues.
The NAS Jax Safety
Office and Security Depart-
ment are looking at ways to
make Birmingham and
Yorktown entrances more
bicycle friendly.
Please forward any ideas
you have to the NAS Jax
Safety Office at 542-3082.


other area military instal- guests and appropriate
nations are invited to attire for civilians.


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HS-7, HS-15





join forces


By Lt j.g. R.Bruce Lindsay
HS-7'PAO
S ailors and aircraft from the HS-7
"Dusty Dogs" and HS-15 "Red Lions"
are currently embarked aboard USS
George Washington (CVN-73) until early
September.
The squadrons are conducting operations
in support of USS Theodore Roosevelt
(CVN 71) and USS George Washington by
flying plane guard, logistics support, verti-
cal replenishment and other assigned mis-
sions.
This marks the first time the two
squadrons have joined as a composite
detachment, where each command has


supplied personnel and equipment in sup-
port of a common mission.
Due to the Red Lions recent return from
the Combat Wave One Medevac Air
Ambulance mission in Iraq, the composite
squadron detachment was formed to aid in
HS-15's transition back to sea operations.
Flight operations will be conducted using
assets from both squadrons in order.to
maximize aircrew training and to meet the
operation and. maintenance requirements
of both squadrons.
Training will focus on carrier qualifica-
tions, plane guard, antisurface warfare
and deck handling proficiency with HS-7
providing qualified aircraft commanders
for all over water training sorties.


Photo courtesy of HS-7 ,
Helicopters from HS-7 and HS-15 team up to conduct operations to maximize aircrew train-
ing and meet operation and maintenance requirements for both squadrons.


HS-5 senior chief retires after 26 years Waves of Glory wins award


By Lt. Trevor Prouty
HS-5 PAO ;
O n Friday morning, the
"Nightdippers" of HS-5 bid
farewell and following seas to
.one of its most seasoned Sailors Aug
18 when AECS(AW) Christopher
Price retired from the Navy in a cere-
mony at HS-5's hangar.
While assigned to HS-5, he held the
duties as division leading chief petty
officer (LCPO), quality assurance
LCPO and maintenance control
LCPO. Price deployed twice while
with the Nightdippers, both in sup-
port of the global war on terrorism.
These deployments highlighted a
career that, according to Price,
ranged from the "Cold War to the
Gulf War to the global war on terror-
ism."
Price says he spent his time in the.
Navy following a credo that led to his
success, "If you aren't having fun
you're not doing it right," he stated.
He emphasizes the point that if you
enjoy your job, you will improve bbth
your performance and those around
you.
Although the Nightdippers will


Photo courtesy of HS-5
HS-5 Commanding Officer Cmdr. P.M. Esposito (left) congratulates AECS(AW)
Christopher Price on his retirement and thanks him for 26 years of dedicated naval
service.
miss the presence of Price as they will not miss a beat without me
continue to execute their missions, he around. It is a well-run and expertly
insists that, "I can guarantee HS-5 executed organization."


Keeping eyes on the road and hands on the wheel


From Staff
rivers, don't forget to use your.
hands-free device if talking on
a cell phone while driving.
Those caught using a cell phone with-
out such a device will have three
points put on their base driving
record and must attend a drive
improvement course.
Point accumulation can cause your
base driving privileges to be suspend-
ed.
Three points during a one-month


period driver
improvement
course.
Six points
during six-month
period suspen-
sion for 30 days.
12 points dur-
ing one year or 18
points during two
years suspen-
sion for at least
six months.


Special to lax Air News
M military Publications was one of three Florida
Times-Union departments to win awards in
the 2006 Special Sections and New
Products/New Revenue competition sponsored by the
Inland Press Foundation and Newspaper Special
Sections Net.work (NSSN).
The Military Publications department received a sec-
ond place in the Arts/Entertainment category for the
25,000-100,000 circulation division for Waves of Glory:
A Salute to Military Excellence 2005. The section fea-
tured the 2005 Sea & Sky Spectacular event at
Jacksonville Beach on Nov. 4-6, 2005; the Navy's 230th
birthday; and a tribute to veterans.
The Times-Union is the publisher of the Jax Air
News. Mayport Mirror and Kings Bay Periscope base
newspapers. Ellen Rykert is the Times-Union's
Military Publications manager. George Atchley, the
department's design and production coordinator,
designed the section, while advertising manager Linda
Edenfield coordinated the advertising in the special
section.
Contest judges said the 56-page, full-color tabloid
section "was very organized with in-depth portrayal of
the show's aircraft and pilots. It was a beautiful piece."
Rykert was pleased that the department won an.
award in its first year of competing in the contest,
which had entries from 79 newspapers from the United
States and Canada.
"It's quite an honor to receive such an outstanding
award for Waves of Glory," Rykert said. "We wanted to
portray the importance of the military, especially the
Blue Angels, in the Jacksonville community as you,
glanced through each page."
"'Waves of Glory continues to reflect the true meaning
of the partnership between the United States Navy and
The Florida Times-Union," Rykert said.
The staff has already begun working on the program
for the upcoming 2006 NAS Jax Air Show, which takes
place Oct. 27-29. The highlight of the show and section
will be the Blue Angels' 60th anniversary. The Navy's
world-renowned flight demonstration team held its
inaugural show at Jacksonville's Craig Field on June
15, 1946.
The award'was presented Aug. 10 at the annual
NSSN conference in Chicago to Times-Union Specialty
Publications Manager Joe DeSalvo. .


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HM2 Michael Armbruster, an ASTC staff member, attempts a
simulated landing of a jet fighter under the influence of the
reduced oxygen breathing device.


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FOR EMERGENCIES


A aviation personnel
crouched over the
motionless victim. In
the dim light, they raced to
treat his fractured skull. All
of them knew he'd been
'thrown from his aircraft
when it crash-landed. Little
time remained to save his life.
Fortunately, the "victim"
was composed of plastic
and acrylic paint, but, any
observer would have agreed
the students treated their
patient, as an actual human
being. The learners were
pilots and air crewmen, and
they si-
lently

the e y
w o u I d
never
need to
use what
they
learned
at the
Aviation
Survival
Training
Center
(ASTC).
T h e During "Night St(
center's rescue scenario, a
mission out of the water, ji
is to pro- evacuate a down
vide avi- sea. /.
action sur-
vival training to the Navy.
First aid methods comprise
only a small part of the
information gleaned after
training is completed at
ASTC. Via lectures and
hands-on events, designat-
ed and prospective flight
crews gain knowledge of
the physiological hazards of
flight. In the classroom, les-
sons in physiology, stress
and human performance,
human sensory and avia-
tion life support systems
complement students'
skills: Pilots and air crew
members must hone and
refresh their survival skills
every four years.
"This training is definite-
ly useful and important.
I've been through it here


or

us
ne


before and noticed the staff
vary the events each time,"
remarked CMDCMNIAW/
S\V) Jerry Holloman of VP-
S which is homeported in
Brun'swick. Maine.
Numerous hands-on ex-
periences at ASTC rein-
force retention of survival
skills. To simulate the dis-
orientation of aviation
emergencies and trauma in
real life, some activities are
completed v ith handicaps
in place. On the pool deck,
for instance, the helo
dunker is a device used to
mimic a helicopter crash at
sea. Strapped inside the
dunker as it sinks below
the wa-terline, blindfolded
students
must
n u n t



parahut haresst h e i rac-
sense of
touch af-
ter the
dunker
rolls up-
side
do w n
under-
water.
In ano-
rm," a search and their sce-
student is hoisted n a r i o,
st as a helo would blindfold-
d pilot from the ed stu-
dents
step off a platform high
above the pool, attached to
parachute harnesses, prac-
ticing an escape from disen-
tanglement. No matter what
exercise they engage in,
hours are spent perfecting
the thinking and techniques
that will aid them in an
incident taking only seconds
to evolve. To survive, it is
imperative that they act on
what they've learned not
only quickly but accurately.
"I've been out of the
pilot's seat for a little while,
and training here at ASTC
has been a good refresher
for me. It's crucial to be
reminded of what can go.
wrong in the cockpit," said
Lt. Jeff Winslow, a student.

See ASTC, Page 7


Students practice a variety of swimming strokes prior to "Night Storm."


(Above) Just
before plunging
below the sur-
face of the
water, a student
inside the helo
dunker fills his
lungs with air.
The dunker
trains pilots and
aircrewmen to
grasp reference
points when
their other sens-
es are degraded
after crash-land-
ing into the
ocean.





(Left) A student
is lowered into
the water before
a drill.








ax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24, 2006 7


ASTC staff member
HM2(FMF) Grayson Taylor
reminds students
of the vital first aid
procedures that
critical head
wounds demand.








ASTC staff member
HM2(FMF) Grayson Taylor
reminds students
of the vital first aid
procedures that
critical head
wounds demand.





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A S TC: INCIDENT SURVIVOR APP!rEc(IATES TRAIlNI NG


From Page 6


Learners even experience how their bod-
ies react when things do go wrong in an
aircraft, especially when their bodies don't
receive enough oxygen.
Inside the low pressure altitude cham-
ber, which resembles the inside of a plane,
the oxygen supply is reduced over a 15
minute period. Side effects include dizzi-
ness, light-headedness, increased heart-
beat and difficulty concentrating. Students
are handed clipboards with simple ques-
tions to answer and problems to solve. In a
low oxygen state known as hypoxia, simple
arithmetic becomes nearly impossible to
complete. Colors charts posted to the walls,=
blend into one blurry smudge. Each stu-
dent wears headphones and a mike and
gives instant feedback to instructors about
their symptoms.
Inside a room on ASTC's second deck, a
large screen with a pilot's seat and a joy-
stick in front of it might be mistaken for a
very expensive video game. But students
quickly learn it is a flight simulator with
real side effects.
While a pilot uses a flight simulator, the
Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device (ROBD)
controls air flow to the user, who wears an
oxygen mask and helmet as if inside the
cockpit of a modern jet fighter. Staff mem-
bers control oxygen and nitrogen levels to
the pilot's mask. They can mimic the result
of a flight incident that drastically changes
the air supply.
"I've used the simulator myself," said
HM1(FMF) William Gaines, an ASTC staff
member. "The air tanks you see near the
ROBD contain nitrogen and oxygen.
During the simulation, much more nitro-
gen is fed to the pilot than oxygen. The
effects are dramatic. When I was using it
and fed less oxygen, I started to get tunnel


A Helicopter Aircrew Breathing Device bot-
tle can mean the difference between life and
death for an E-2 Hawkeye pilot who crashes
into the sea. Dispensing three minutes of
oxygen to the user, the bottle is stowed in the
uniform while escaping a sunken aircraft.
vision while trying to use the simulator.
My field of vision shrank right before my
eyes." After feeling the effects of reduced
oxygen, the students receive a normal oxy-
gen supply again.
Once in a while, the ASTCreceives feed-
back from students. One was the survivor
of an incident.
"In 2003, the pilot of an S-3 escaped a
crash. Before it happened, he went
through the training here. He told us how
vitally important our training was for him
that day. Incidents like that happen so
quickly," Gaines said.
"Only a fraction of a second after a pilot
pulls the lever for the ejection seat, he is
expelled out of his plane and into the envi-
ronment. He must be ready to react to that
new environment. Even though pilots and
air crewmen are required to refresh their
survival training only every four years,
NAS Jax commands are invited to send
aviation personnel to use ASTC's facili-
ties," Gaines concluded.


Disoriented pilots and aircrewmen struggle to solve simple arithmetic problems as a result of
oxygen deprivation in the low-pressure altitude chamber.


Naval Aviation Water Survival Training Instructor Al Parks offers some advice to student Lt. Cmdr. Aaron
Kleinman, an E-2 Hawkeye pilot from VAW-77 NAS Atlanta.







8 Jax Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24, 2006


It's nice to have good direction


By Chaplain (Lt)
Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
Have you ever been lost on
a road trip? Have you
ever lost your way in- life?
I have experienced both the for-
mer and the latter. Both of these
experiences gave me a profound
understanding of the importance
of good direction and even more
. important the source of the direc-
tions.
I recently returned from a long
round trip that took me to
Gatlinburg, Tenn. This trip took
me through some picturesque
landscape along Interstates 75
and 40, and to my final destina-
tion, which was Pigeon Forge
about five miles outside of
Gatlinburg. This place is neatly
nestled in the beautiful and
majestic Smoky Mountains.
The trip to this region of the
country was pretty uneventful.
In fact, I like nice uneventful
road trips when you have good
directions and planned stops.
After all, I had very good direc-
tion and I felt pretty confident
about which highway would lead
to the next and so on.
Good directions enabled me to
get where I wanted to be and get
there on time, and with little to
no road fatigue. Good direction
can take you a long way, avoiding
the attractive highways and
wrong byways that lead the
wrong way. Good directions and


a plan to execute the
direction make travel-
ing less stressful. /
On another note, a
good plan and solid
direction enables us to
travel well in this
human journey. Where
do you get your direc-
tion? How do you
order your affairs in
life? Where do you get
your directions and
guidance? I hope it's a
source that enables Chapl
you to travel well in Azariah
this human journey.
Keep that on your mind and we
will revisit that thought later.
I really thought about direc-
tions, I mean of course good direc-
tion, when I started my trek back
to Jacksonville. I knew the route
very well because I used the route
to get to my destination.
However, I wondered if there was
a faster route going back.
Remember, good directions make
traveling on a road trip smoother.
Also you save money by not pay-
ing so much for' gas and food
while traveling. Good direction
and a solid plan are priceless in
this human predicament.
You look at people in your work
center and in the local communi-
ty that are successful and happy


ain (Lt.)
Robinson


and I pretty sure that
they mapped out good
plan and if they fol-.
lowed the directions
the opportunity to suc-
ceed increased tenfold.
. Now here is my prob-
lem which caused me
to take the long way
home. This experience
made me think about
the importance of good
direction. This experi-
ence also made me
think about the source
of direction and. guid-


ance.
I met up with my older brother
who always seems to know every-
thing. I am sure some of you are
familiar with siblings, family
members and friends who think
they are possessed with unlimit-
ed knowledge about everything.
If you recall my initial voyage to
Eastern Tennessee was unevent-
ful. I had good directions because
, used a map that displayed all
thb roads and highways leading
to where I wanted to end up.
Therefore, I was confident in my
direction because I used those
directions on the map, and where
I would end up once my trip was
complete. On the way back I
stopped outside of Atlanta to
meet my brother for coffee and I


CHAPLAINS CORNER


planned on continuing on my trip
to Jacksonville. This was-a nice
diversion from the boredom of
road fatigue and a good rest stop
to see my brother, niece and
nephew for about an hour. Now,
remember my brother knows
everything. He really does not
know everything, but he thinks
he does.
My brother told me about a
route that was different from the
route that I took traveling to
Gatlinburg. In fact, he informed
me that it was quicker and less
traffic. Remember, what I said,
you must consider the source of
your direction. In my personal
life I am confident about where to
get my direction and guidance
even when I am in unfamiliar
places. I know that if I want to
get to my final destination at the
end of this human journey, then I
need to follow the directions and
observe the laws and codes listed
in the good book. This is my map
and guide as I travel in the here
and now.
My brother's directions did not
allow me the opportunity to get
home faster. However, the direc-
tions that he gave prolonged my
road trip and made an uneventful
return trip more unnecessarily
hectic and exhausting. I was no
longer excited about the beautiful
hilly terrain that I observed dur-
ing my windshield tour making"
my way back to the First Coast.
In fact, I took the long road home.


From the NASjax Chapel
he NAS Jax Chapel is offering the
Prevention and Relationship,
Enhancement Program (PREP)
Sept. 25-26 at the Chapel Center's
Fellowship Hall (Building 75i).
Class will be held Sept. 25 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sept. 26 from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m.
PREP is designed to address the fol-
lowing topics:
How to communicate better and
solve problems.
How to handle disagreements and
conflict.


How to promote a sense of working
as a team.
How to keep friendship, fun and inti-
macy alive in your marriage,
How to strengthen your commitment
to each other.
Military members attending the pro-
gram must receive permission from your
command via a special request chit or
no-cost permissive TAD orders. Chits or
orders need to be at the chapel by Sept.
21. Participants are requested to wear
civilian attire.
Civilian employees are welcome. Space
is limited. Call 542-3051 for reserva-
tions.


CREDO retreats offered
From Staff
The Spiritual Fitness Division South-
east offers a variety of spiritual
retreats for anyone holding a
Department of Defense ID card who is over
the age of 18. All transportation, program-
ming, lodging and meals are free. Retreats
are held at the Sea Retreat Center in St.
Simons Island, Ga. Registration is on a
first come, first serve basis by calling 270-
6958. The following retreats are coming up:
Marriage Enrichment Sept. 22-24,
Dec. 1-3, Feb. 9-11 and March 23-25
Married couples desiring to take their
marriage to the next level ot simply enjoy


being with one another may participate in
a 48-hour retreat. Participants must be
married. Couples must provide their own
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It is designed for those who would like to
experience a more mature relationship
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journey. They follow one of four spiritual
paths according to their personality prefer-
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Then come to this 24-hour retreat.
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The uneventful road trip had
become eventful because I lis-
tened to my brother rather than
follow the directions on the map.
I ignored a known factor for and
unknown.
I believe life is like my road
trip. That is, in my tradition we
have access to some awesome
guidance and teaching.that direct
and order our lives. In fact, the
guidance and words help make
living and struggling in this jour-
ney manageable. Nevertheless,
we some time disregard good'
path and guidance and go on our
own corridors and get in the fast
lanes that take us down nice
roads and unfamiliar highways
that lead nowhere.
If I had followed the familiar,
course my return trip would have
been just as uneventful as my ini-
tial journey. If I had gone down
the familiar roads that lead to my
chosen destination, I would have
arrived at my final destination
sooner and less fatigued. In life
we have the option to follow the
divine plan or follow some one
else's plan. We know were the
divine plan leads. Predetermine
the course, layout your goals,
adjust your priorities and your off
in the right direction. Then it's up
to you if you take the short way
home or the long way. Again, it's
nice to have good direction.
May God's direction and guid-
ance lead you nicely in the path
of his perfect and awesome will.


PREP class offered


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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24,2006 9


Watch out for school children


Photo by MC2 Suzi Cornell
A group of children cross Mustin Road in the base housing area to board their school
bus Aug. 14. Drivers are reminded to use caution when driving near school bus stops
and obey the laws to stop when the lights are flashing red.

Military retirement seminar coming up


From NAS Jacksonville Public Affairs
A military retirement seminar will be
held at the NAS Jax Officers' Club
ept. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The seminar is open to all military
retirees, spouses, surviving spouses and
military personnel nearing retirement.
Presentations will cover pay matters, leg-
islative action and other topics of interest
for military retirees. Booths with addition-
al information will be manned by officials


from the Bureau of Naval Personnel,
Defense Finance and Accounting Service,
Veterans Administration, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, TRICARE Health Benefits
Office, Urology, Wellness Center, legal serv-
ices and various other military organiza-
tions.
Entrance to Naval Air Station
Jacksonville requires a current Department
of Defense vehicle decal and military ID.
For additional information, call 542-2766,
Ext. 128 or email raojax@nasjax.navy.mil.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center. (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
ly problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
tration.
The following workshops are available in


August and September:
Aug. 28-31, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transi-
tion Assistance Program (Retiring)
Sept. 11-14, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (Separa-
ting)
Sept. 12, 9 a.m. to noon Stress
Management Class
Sept. 25-28, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Transi-
tion Assistance Program (Retiring)
Sept. 26,. 9 a.m. to noon Anger
Management Class
For more information or to register, call
542-2766, Ext. 127.


Learn to shop healthier with a dietitian...
The Wellness Center is conducting a Grocery Shopping Tour.
Date: Sept. 7

Time: 8 10 a.m.

Location: NAS Jax Commissary


The tour will focus on planning healthy meals, choosing
products low in fat and sodium, understanding food
labels, and establishing budgetary guidelines.
To sign up call: 542-5292.


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Civilians vital to daily operations at NavHosp Jax


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Civil Service employees are
a vital part of the glue that
holds Navy installations
together, long term. Naval Hos-
pital Jacksonville's current
Civilian of the Year Biomedical
Engineering Technician Gregory
Manlick is a prime example of a
civil servant who helps keep
things together not only at the
core facility in Jacksonville but in
the hospital's seven Branch
Health Clinics (BHC) from Key
West to Atlanta, Ga.
Manlick, who was presented
the hospital Civilian of the Year
honors earlier this year by Navy
Surgeon General Vice Adm.
Donald Arthur, heads Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's Biomed-
ical Repair Department.
He oversees 14 active duty staff
members who install, repair or
replace, and conduct monthly
inspections of medical equipment
throughout the command as well
as at the BHCs. This ensures


Gregory Manlick
that the hospital's biomedical
equipment is reliable and that it
meets the stringent standards set
by the Joint Commission on
Accreditation of Healthcare
Organizations (JCAHO).
Manlick said that Naval
Hospital Jacksonville's biomed-
ical equipment inventory is kept
more up to date than many civil-


ian hospitals. He said this is
because civilian hospitals have to
keep their eye on the bottom line,
profit.
Therefore, they often wait until
a piece of equipment is basically
dead before replacing it. The
naval hospital gets regular infu-
sions of capital from the federal
government allowing them to stay
ahead of the game. The hospital is
able to buy new equipment in
anticipation of equipment failure.
or obsolescence and it allows for
standardization of equipment
throughout the facility.
Keeping the hospital's equip-
ment state-of-the-art requires a
lot of work for the Biomedical
Department, a lot of tax payer
dollars and a lot of time on the
road because the BHCs are so far
flung. The Biomedical Repair
Department managed an estimat-
ed $150,000 in repairs alone last
year. They also oversaw $70-80
million in service contracts,
Manlick said.
A prime example of what the
department does to keep Naval


Hospital Jacksonville's biomedical
equipment top notch was when
the department under Manlick's
direction upgraded the Radiology
Department's Picture Archive and
Communications System (PAC) to
digital radiology, this took the
radiology lab from working with
hard film to digital imaging. This
$1.5 million system is state-of-
the-art, allowing physicians to
send radiology images to any
facility in real time rather than
shipping the films. And it cut
costs as the hospital will no longer
have to purchase film. ..
The biomedical team also
replaced the more hazardous
Ethyl Oxide gas sterilization
equipment with new plasma ster-
ilizers, which use a substance
similar to hydrogen peroxide to
sterilize equipment. The new sys-
tem saves money, reduces pro-
cessing time and is more environ-
mentally friendly.
A big job the department com-
pleted under Manlick was inven-
torying, property tagging and
data verification of all newly inte-


Privacy Act: What you should know


By Commander,
aavy Region Europe
Public Affairs
If someone were to ask
you to define the Pri-
vacy Act would you
know?
A popular phrase you
may have heard a few
times in your career, "In
accordance with the
Privacy Act of 1974 . ," is
not just another bit of
administrative jargon. It
means more than you
think.
The Privacy Act of 1974
was designed, passed and
enacted to limit any
agency's collection and
sharing of personal data.
With the abuses that took
place during Watergate,
and the growing use of com-
puters to store information,
Congress envisioned the
damage that could occur to
personal privacy in a com-
puter-based society. This
realization lead to the cre-
ation of the Act.
All Executive Branch
Agencies are required to

follow certain procedures
when collecting personal
information, creating and
maintaining databases con-
taining personal identifiers,
and disseminating informa-
tion containing personal
data. Safeguards through
the Privacy Act have been
established to protect your
personal information stored
in any system or group of
records. You have rights as


an individual in that you
are allowed to review
records about yourself and
you are allowed to amend
your personal records
regarding factual informa-
tion that may be in error.
The Act applies only to
U.S. citizens and lawfully
admitted aliens whose
records are filed in any sys-
tem or group of records
where their personal
records and information
can be retrieved by a per-
sonal identifier. That per-
sonal identifier is a unique
item of information which
can only apply to one indi-
vidual, such as a social
security number or an
employee number, etc.
There are hundreds of
records systems throughout
the Navy and government-
wide systems of records,
such as those within the
Department of Labor,
Internal Revenue Service,
etc. All of the systems con-
tain information that if
obtained by an unautho-
rized person can be poten-
tially harmful to the indi-
vidual, thus a system
notice is used to in- form
the general public of what
data is being collected, the
purpose of the collection,
and the authority for doing
so.
The Department of the
Navy (DON) and DON
employees (contractors, too)
have responsibilities under
this Act. Penalties do apply
if individuals do not proper-


ly adhere to the responsi-.
bilities assigned. As an
employee of the Navy
(which includes contrac-
tors), you play a vital role
in assuring that the DON
complies with the provi-
sions of the
Privacy Act.
The function of the
Privacy Act and its back-
ground can help you pro-
vide professional support to
others. Insight, logic and
common sense count. Your
dedication to protecting
your privacy and that of
others is paramount
For more information
regarding the Department
of the Navy's Privacy Act,
visit: http://Privacy.Navy.
Mill
PRIVACY ACT Dos
AND DON'T
Do:
Mark privacy records
appropriately. "For Official
Use Only Privacy Act
Sensitive."
Question suspicious
behavior.
Contact the appropriate
channels in your chain of
command if you have a con-
cern about a privacy issue.
Do not:
Collect personal data
without proper authoriza-
tion.
Distribute or release
personal information to
other employees unless you
are convinced that the
release is proper.
Be afraid to challenge
anyone who asks to see.


Marriage workshops offered
From Naval Hospital Public Affairs


A n experiential and interactive workshop for
couples who want -to strengthen their mar- j
riage while personally growing within the ,'
marriage.
The workshop will include mini-lectures, visual '
slides, couple interactions and group discussion.
Privacy is important to us. No one will be expect-. ..
ed to disclose anything private to the other partici-
pants:
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship Assessment
Clarification of Needs, Values and Priorities
*Levels & Styles of Communication
Listening Skills
Win/Win Strategies
Neutralizing "Hot Buttons" /
Four Social Styles and Character
Connecting & Distancing Issues
Dealing with Feelings and Emotions
Developing your "Love Map"
SResponsibility 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 information and to pre-register, call 542-3473, Ext. 116.


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Privacy Act information for
which you are responsible.
Maintain records longer
than permitted to do so.
Destroy records before
disposal requirements are
met.
Place unauthorized doc-
uments in records systems.
Commingle information
about different individuals
in the same file.
Use interoffice or
translucent envelopes to
mail Privacy Act protected
data. Instead, use sealable
opaque solid white or Kraft
envelopes. Be sure to mark
the envelope to the person's
attention.
Place PPI on shared
drives, multi-access calen-
dars, the Intranet or the
Internet.
Create "Systems of
Records" on your computer
or in your files without first
contacting your privacy
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grated medical and dental equip-
ment at the hospital arid its-
BHCs. They coordinated the ini-
tial performance and safety
inspection of newly acquired den-'
tal equipment and took on man-
aging all the dental service con
tracts.
Clearly, Manlick plays a busy
and very important role at Naval'
Hospital Jacksonville. But he
-says he enjoys working at the
hospital. He noted that he was 'a
biomedical equipment technician
while on active duty. When h.
retired in 2002, he said transi-
tioning to his civilian job was per-
fect for him and his wife, Dawna.
Both wanted to put down roots in
Jacksonville.
Of the Civilian of the YeaY
recognition he said, "I was quite
proud that I was recognized. I
enjoy what I do." He added that
his staff is kept busy. "It's non-
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seems to be the kind of environ-
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 24,2006 11


Webster University holds graduation ceremony


53 students from

NAS Jax earn degrees

From the Navy College Office
ifty-three Webster University stu-
dents from the NAS Jax campus
participated in commencement exer-
oises July 30 at the Times Union
Performing Arts Center.
The master degrees were awarded from
two schools, the College of Arts and
Sciences and the School of Business and
Technology. Webster University conferred
24 masters in counseling, 50 masters of
business administration and 68 master of
arts degrees.
Webster University's Associate Dean of
the School of Business and Technology
Patricia Masidonski presented the com-
mencement address, "The Everyday
Practice of Subtle Leadership."
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Chip
Dobson also offered his congratulatory
remarks during the ceremony.
Students from the NAS Jax campus who
received their degrees were:
MA/Business
Mark Bentson, Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax
j *Magareta Moczynski, Fleet Industrial Supply
Center Jax
MA/Management & Leadership/Human
Resources Management
Gina Bryant
Sharon Richardson, Personnel Support
Detachment
MA/Human Resources
Development/Management & Leadership
Jack Avent, USS The Sullivans
Patricia Piazza, Service School Command
Great Lakes


Photo courtesy of Webster University
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson congratulates graduates from the Webster
University NAS Jax campus during their commencement ceremony July 30.


MA/Human Resources Development/Human
Resources Management
Sidra Finley, VP-62
Donald Sapp, 3rd 348th, Camp Blanding

MA/Computer Resources
& Information Management
Adriano Diaz
Christopher Frank, Afloat Training Group
Thure Hoeckelberg, SERMC Mayport
Saleem McNair, USS John F. Kennedy
Sherman Turner, USS Roosevelt
MA/Counseling
Orlando Smith, Weapons AUW
Michael Solis, Explosive Ordnance Detachment
Mayport


Masters of Business Administration
Joseph Bosko, VP-30
Thomas Dall, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax
Justin Drach, VP-30
Laurence Fernandes, Air Operations
Geitta Hawkins, Navy Public Works
James Little
Kevin Ludlam, Naval Air Depot Jax
Alphonson Neal, MSCA Moody AFB
Gregorio Palacios, 4th Assault Amphibian
Battalion
Pamela Smith, EFA Southeast ROICC
Carey Williams
Jamava Williams
Kutosha Williams


MA/Management & Leadership
Keith Brandon, Camp Blanding
Cynthia Gerdick
Essie Griffin
Daren Holsey
Erica Oliver
*Amy Prue, Navy Exchange
*Thomas Reed, Joint Forces HQ
Stephanie Reynolds, Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax
MA/Human Resources Development
Jumora Cooper
Tanya Haynes, Navy Operational Support
Center Tallahassee
Elizabeth Michael
Jacqueline Moise, HS-15
MA/Health Administration
Marlena Madison, 345th Combat Support
Hospital
MBA/Finance
Duncan Smith, Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax
MA/Management & Leadership/Procurement
& Acquisitions Management
Dennis Patterson, Naval Air Depot Jax
MA/Procurement & Acquisitions
Management
Peggy Hough, Naval Air Depot Jax
Joseph Nichols, Naval Air Depot Jax
MA/Human Resources Management
Meloda Everitt
*Paul Horn, Navy Medical Support Command
Tomasine Jordan, Navy Medical Support
Command
Teresa Mitchell, Navy Region Southeast
Charles Thomas, HSL-46
*Justin Williams
Jerome Wilson, DAPA
*Graduates of academic honors maintaining
a3.95GPA.
Webster University has grown from a
small liberal arts college, founded in 1915
into a comprehensive international univer-
sity with 106 campuses in 20 states and
seven countries. Webster has campuses on
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From the NAS lax USO
If only the USO received a penny every
time I searched the Internet .. now
they will!
When you go to
www.goodsearch.
com individuals
are allowed to des-
ignate a charity
(please designate
USO-United
Service Organiza-
tions Jacksonville!) and donates approxi-
mately one penny for every search.


Goodsearch uses Yahoo search technolo-
gy to facilitate a thorough search. What a
great way to help a charity by doing some-
thing you regularly
f do!
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.


ON THE G0 WITH USO


Calling all

veterans
From Staff
he Amelia Island Mu-
seum of History is
looking for stories
from veterans about their
experiences while serving
in the military.
Volunteer interviewers
will record stories and rec-
ollections on audiotapes.
The interview along with a
photograph will be added to
the museum's Website.
Names and photographs of
interviewees will be added
to a national database
maintained by the Library
of Congress.
To learn more about this
project or to sign up for an
interview, call (904) 261-
7378, Ext. 123.

Postal service

military pack

available
From Staff
Family and friends of
service members can
now get free packing
materials to send to their
loved ones.
Call 1-800-610-8734 and
select option one, then one
again and ask for the mili-
tary pack option. Friends
and family will receive
eight boxes, tape, labels,
etc. Each customer will
also receive an identifica-
tion number to make sup-
ply renewal easy.
Materials can take up to
10 days to receive.

NAS Jax sets

up hotline
From Staff
N AS Jacksonville has
established a hot-
line for service
members, Department of
Defense employees, con-
tractors and their families
to call during an emergency
that warrants evacuation
such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-
849-6024 to check in with
the base upon arriving at
an evacuation destination
and to verify if the order to
return to the Jacksonville
area has been given. They
can also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency
Operations Center at nas-
jax.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
personnel and only provides
recorded information. It
cannot be used to check on
weather conditions or locate
friends or family. The hot-
line 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 disaster pre-
paredness office at 542-
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Defense Commissary Agency
very year about this
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pate.
Case lot sales offer shop-
pers the chance to buy bulk
quantities of their favorite
products at savings of up to
50 percent or more. That
tops the average of 30 per-
cent or more that customers
save over commercial prices
every time they use their
commissary benefit.
Case lot sales represent
one of the many ways com-
missaries work to bring
shoppers the best benefit
possible. "We are constantly
looking for ways to give cus-
tomers the most value for
their money," said DeCa
Director Patrick Nixon. "As
DeCA prepares to celebrate
our 15th anniversary of serv-
ing customers as one united
commissary system, we also
celebrate a very long tradi-
tion of case lot sales. These
sales make the commissary
benefit even more valuable
to military families."
Since stores have some
flexibility on the items they
carry and stores in the
same area may have differ-


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areas might want to check
out all the local dates at
commissaries.com and
make plans to visit several
sales during September.
The dates for every com-
missary are listed on a spe-
cial case lot sale page at
http://www.commissaries.co
m.
Customers planning to
travel long distances to
attend a case lot sale
should be sure to check
directly with their commis-
sary before making the trip.
Occasionally, bad weather
or other emergencies can
force a last-minute change
in sale dates or even cancel-
lation.
The Defense Commissary
Agency operates a world-
wide chain of commissaries
providing groceries to mili-
tary personnel, retirees and
their families in a safe and
secure shopping environ-
ment. Authorized patrons
purchase items at cost plus a
5-percent surcharge, which
covers the costs of building
new commissaries and mod-
ernizing existing ones.
Shoppers save an average of
30 percent or more on their
purchases compared to com-
mercial prices savings
worth about $2,700 annually
for a family of four. A core
military family support ele-
ment, and a valued part of
military pay and benefits,
commissaries contribute to
family readiness, enhance
the quality of life for
America's military and their
families, and help recruit
and retain the best and
brightest men and women to
serve their country.







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shipmen from the University of Florida's Naval Recruit Officer Training Course participated in the annual event.


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the C ae and The Laugh Factory talking about the trials and tribulations of dating
and lIsea has starred in several independent films and has made many guest-
star such as Spy TV, My Wife and Kids, The Bernie Mac Show, and David E.
Kelle twice. Her stand-up Chelsea can be seen on "The Chelsea Handler Show"
and ng Badly." She will soon be televised on Vhl's Love Lounge, Comedy


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,squadron.


Lts. Justin Fisher and Greg Englebert of VP-30, guide a group
of midshipmen from the University of Florida Naval Recruit
Officer Training Course through one of the squadron's P-3s
during the tour.


FROM THE FLEET

"Six hours could get you six to 15 years!


By FLTCM(SS/SW) R. D.
West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
HT Too-yah, warriors!
Just back from a
. short leave period to
recharge the ol' batteries
;and already back on the
road visiting the world's
,greatest Navy.
;While I was on leave, I
ran across something that
really struck me as amaz-
ingly simple yet profound. I
want to share that with you
today.
Awhile back I wrote a col-
umn about DUIs, and I
talked on just about every
topic you'd expect a fleet
master chief to address. I
.went on about how it could
be avoided by having a plan,
how it can ruin your career
and your life. I talked 'em
all up.
" But the other day, I ran
across something that I
think hits home for every-
one of us when it comes to
drinking and driving, and
that's what I want to share
with you now.
' How much money do you
make? How much can you
afford to lose? And I'm not
necessarily talking mast
here, although that will fig-
ture in later.
OK, let's say we have a
Sailor who foregoes better
judgment and decides to
drive home after a night of
partying with friends. He or
she gets into an alcohol-
related accident. What is
*the actual cost?
OK, let's start doing some
math.
First off, there's the tow-
'ing fee for your car whether
it's in one piece or not. That
averages to about $150.
Next, you're going to need
a lawyer since the cops
wrote you up for DUI. The
Navy's not giving you one,
so that's about $3,500 for a
:decent lawyer.
Since most states admin-
ister field breathalyzer
tests, if you were DUI,
they're pretty much going to
,be able to prove it. So
despite your $3,500 lawyer,
you get convicted. The fine
averages about $400.
Now your insurance com-


FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
pany gets a hold of this
information and they are
none too pleased. You get
hit with a surcharge for
about three years (assuming
you stay out of trouble that
long) and that adds up to
about $1,500 bucks.
Let's see now ... carry the
one, add the four ... we're at
$5,550 right now for just a
couple of rounds.
But wait, there's more.
Part of the conviction
means you have to pay the
court costs. There's another
$450, thank you very much.
As part of the sentence,
you have to attend alcohol
education which costs you
money for about $150.
And you have to have an
alcohol and drug evaluation
test $75.
Hey, did they mention
that as part of the course
and evaluation, they decide
you need alcohol dependen-
cy treatment? Yep, they
did, you do, and it costs
$400 to complete.
So where are we at now?
Adding everything up, I
have about $6,625 in fines,
fees and other mandatory
costs.
I'd like to say that's it, but
it's not. I
Most states charge you
money to get your license
reinstated. Are you ready?
It averages to about $1,000.
Add to that about another
$400 in lost work and other
costs, your total cost for that
final drink was about ...
$8,025!
Now I realize that differ-
ent places have different
*costs and rates. Some
might be a little cheaper.
Others will not. But ship-


mates, I cannot imagine any
of us paying $8,000 for a
beer. You can get a really
decent car for that kind of
money.
And of course, you know
that once you get back to
the command, the skipper's
going to be looking for his or
her cut too. Let's say you're
an E5 with over six years, so
that's about $2,200 you can
possibly kiss goodbye.
Grand total: $10,225.
Now I've shown you cold
hard dollars. But what's the
law here? Pretty simple,
folks. While the laws also
vary from place to place,
generally you can expect: '
Legal drinking age 21
years old
Blood alcohol level of .08
- DUI and automatic six-
month suspension of dri-
ver's license ... did you
know even lower BAC levels
significantly' degrade reac-
tion times?
Blood alcohol level above
.20 increased DUI penal-
ties and automatic six-
month suspension of dri-
ver's license
Refusing to submit. to a
breathalyzer request by law
enforcement one year
automatic driver's license
suspension for the first
refusal and 18 months for
the second or subsequent
refusals
Underage drinking -
arrestable second-degree
misdemeanor with up to a
$500 fine, and if you refuse
the breath test, one year
automatic license suspen-
sion
I'm not trying to preach,
folks. Those are the simple,
hard facts. If you drive
under the influence, you
might as well get out your
checkbook.
Not a single one of us
would pay this much money
for "just a few beers." If the
barkeep gave you this kind
of tab, you'd go through the
roof.
So why is it that our fel-
low warriors are willing to
pay this kind of "bar tab"?
If you know, you're smarter
than me because I can't fig-
ure it out.

See DUI, Page 16


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For more information call 542-3493.
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Free entrance to Shipwreck Island Water Park for
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Night Of Joy
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Eric Clapton with Robert Cray Band
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Jacoby Symphony Hall at the Times-Union Center
Various concerts September December
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2007 Entertainment Books on sale now for only $20
Save up to 50 percent at Jacksonville area restaurants,
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Members of the Florida Air National Guard 125th Fighter Wing relocate a simulated gas contaminate for over packing. The
over pack ensures that handlers will not be exposed to the contaminate prior to disposal. The 125th conducted the simulated
gas and liquid drill to certify their Hazmat team, which is required by the Department of Defense.

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positively identify the
chemicals. By eliminating
certain chemicals, the iden-
tity of the sample can be
easily determined.
Once the identity was
revealed, a different team
contained the simulated
airborne toxin and investi-
gated a possible liquid spill.
Finally, the last contain-
ment team assessed and
,contained a simulated liq-
uid spill.
The two-day certification
course took a hands-on
approach and taught stu-
dents how to identify more
than 75 hazardous sub-
stances.
NAS Jax Fire Depart-
ment Hazmat Training
Officer Capt. Jamie Sherer
was very pleased with the
way the 125th conducted
the drill. "It was very satis-
fying to help train other
members of the military,"
Sherer stated. "I'm confi-
dent in their ability to
assess and contain a
Hazmat situation."
Both the fire department
and Naval Hospital Jax
conduct numerous drills
throughout the year to keep
them prepared for a possi-
ble contaminate outbreak.
"Not only do we keep our
assessment team informed
of the elements involved,
but the hospital must know
what chemicals people may
be exposed to," Sherer said.
"If a person showed up at
the hospital with a cough,
it might just be a cold. But
if six people showed up
with the same complaint,
there could be a potential
Hazmat leak and we need
to be prepared."
Medical personnel are
required to be present on a
contamination scene
because they have deconta-
mination capabilities and
quarantine accommoda-
tions to prevent the spread-
ing of undesirable ele-


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Master Sgt. Robert Pike of the Florida Air National
Guard 125th Fighter Wing unravel hose lengths to
construct a wash down station for contaminated
personnel. The station is used to remove contami-
nate particles from inspection and repair teams
who may have had their Level A vapor suits
exposed to Hazmat materials.



(Right) Staff Sgt. Stephen Ingrando of the Florida
Air National Guard 125th Fighter Wing inspects
his Level A vapor protection suit before suiting up
for the drill.


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The base fire department
is on call 24 hours a day
and consistently trains for
various potential threats,
always being prepared for
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Well I should also say that after a DUI your lucky if you
only have to pay dollars ... how about time? That's where
the title comes in. Vehicular manslaughter is ugly, and if
convicted, you can find yourself locked up for years. Ask
yourself is it worth all this? Should I have called a ship-
mate, my chief or command master chief?
Let's all finish out the summer the right way. We have
fun, we work hard, we all look out for each other, and if we
drink, we do it responsibly.
Chiefs and leading petty officers get out there with those
younger folks of yours and walk some talk. Senior folks
have to not only tell them the facts, but lead by example.
Our chiefs, first class messes and second classes should
ensure we're doing everything possible to get everyone back
in one piece and ready to keep fighting the good fight.
Let me close by saying thanks to the Naval Safety Center
for providing all this great information. A wealth of infor-
mation is available at www.safetycenter.navy.mil, so be
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From Florida KidCare
Florida KidCare is the state's
children's health insurance
program for uninsured chil-
dren under age 19. It is made up
of four parts: MediKids, Healthy
Kids, the Children's Medical
Services Network for children
with special health care needs
and Medicaid for children. When
you apply for the insurance,
Florida KidCare will check which
program your child may be eligi-
ble for based on age and family
income.
Eligibility
Florida KidCare is for children,
not adults. To qualify, a child
must:
Be under age 19
Be uninsured
Meet income eligibility
requirements
Be a U.S. citizen or qualified
non-citizen


Not be the dependent of a
state employee eligible for health
insurance
Not be in a public institution
State law also requires infor-
matio\ about:
Child's access to employer
health insurance. For each child
who id, applying for Florida
KidCare, parents must tell
Florida KidCare if the child could
be covered under a health insur-
ance plan offered by your employ-
er, even if the child is not covered
by the employer's health insur-
ance now, and how much it would
cost each month to add the child.
Pre-existing health condition.
For each child who is applying for,
Florida KidCare, parents must
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has a pre-existing health condi-
tion that keeps him or her from
getting your employer health
insurance. A child with a pre-
existing health condition may


still qualify for Florida KidCare.
Voluntary cancellation of
employer health insurance. A child
whose employer health insurance
was voluntarily cancelled within 6
months of applying will not qualify
for MediKids,' Healthy Kids, or
Children's Medical Services
Network coverage.
The requirements for Medicaid
may be different than for other
Florida KidCare programs.
Cost
There is no charge for
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(or children) is approved for
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*. You may have to pay small


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A child who is a member of a
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Indian or Alaska Native tribe
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Information for
grandparents
Are you raising grandchildren
who need health insurance?
If you are raising your grand-
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sible for you to get health care for
your grandchildren before they
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Grandchildren that live with
you may be eligible for Florida
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your grandchildren become eligi-
ble for one of the Florida KidCare


programs. The grandchildren you
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New Junior Ranger program launched at Timucuan Trail State and National Parks


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Division of Recreation
and Parks
Families are invited
to participate in a
new free pro-
gram beginning
Sept. 2 at
Kingsley Plan-
tation and Ri-
bault Club.A
Timucuan Trail
State and Nation-
al Parks Junior
Ranger badge can
be earned when
children visit the
two park sites
and complete an
activity booklet.
To launch the pro-
gram, state and national
park rangers will be avail-
able to work with children


t o,
become Jun-
ior Rangers Sept. 2 be-
tween 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at
Kingsley Plantation and


Ribault Club. To earn a
badge, children must com-
plete activities at both sites.
This program is free and
available to children and
families on a daily basis.
Junior Ranger programs
are available free of charge
at national parks across the
country. Superintendent
Barbara Goodman re-
marked that, "The goal of
the Timucuan Trail State
and National Parks Junior
Ranger program is to intro-
duce young audiences to the
park system and to foster
enjoyment and future stew-
ardship of parks through
activities that are age-
appropriate, fun, and mem-
orable to children between
the ages of four and 12
years."
This goal is accomplished


as children work through the
activity booklets, interact
with staff and volunteers,
explore the sites, and partici-
pate in hands-on activities.
Rewarded for their efforts,
all children receive certifi-
cates, badges and their com-
pleted booklets.
The National Park
Service, the Florida Park
Service and the City of
Jacksonville joined together
in 1999 to form a partner-
ship now known as the
Timucuan Trail State and
National Parks. The agree-
ment allows the parks to
work together on projects
such as this new Junior
Ranger program. Lands
jointly managed by the part-
nership. encompass a mag-
nificent and dynamic coast-
line salt marsh/estuarine


Free fantasy football league open to all Sailors


system covering about
84,000 relatively unim-
paired acres within
Jacksonville's city limits.
Historic Kingsley Planta-
tion is located within the
Timucuan Preserve on Fort
George Island near the
mouth of the St. Johns
River. Ribault'Club is man-
aged by the Talbot Island
State Parks.
Located off Heckscher
Drive/AIA, 1/2 mile north of
the St. Johns River ferry
landing, Kingsley Planta-
tion and Ribault Club are
open to the public free of
charge.
Kingsley Plantation (251-
3537) is open seven days a
week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ribault Club (251-
2320/2802) is open
Wednesday-Sunday, 9 a.m.


to 5 p.m. For more informa-
tion, call or visit
http://www.nps.gov/timu
and ht.tp://www.floridas-
tateparks.org/RibaultClub/d
e-fault.cfm.


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From MWR
Naval Station Great Lakes' Morale,
Welfare and Recreation (MWR)
Department is sponsoring a free
online fantasy football league for all eligible
MWR patrons, ages 18 and older.
The MWR patron with the top score will
win a trip for two to the Cypress Pointe
Grand Villas Resort in Orlando. In 2005,
more than 1,700 MWR customers partici-
pated in MWR Great Lake's online Fantasy
Football League, joining more than 200 mil-
lion football fans competing nationally.
Participants can enroll in MWR's free
"salary-cap style league," which is hosted by
"Sports Buff," one of the top online fantasy
sports companies. Each player begins the
season with a salary cap number and must
complete their roster by purchasing players
of various talent and price levels to fill their
team's needs. Participants are allowed only.
one free entry per eligible patron, a $19.99
savings that includes live scoring on game
days.
Once they register for their free team,
participants can adjust their roster as much
as they want tip until the first week of NFL
games. The MWR team owner can pay a


one-time fee of $35 at the beginning of the
season to make unlimited trades for the
rest of the year to keep their team in con-
tention for the title of Sports Buffs grand
prize. The top eight players nationally will
win a trip to Las Vegas to compete for the
ultimate prize of $30,000 and the title of
Mr. Fantasy Football 2006.
The $35 trade package is not necessary to
play, but it improves the participant's
chances of winning. With the trade pack-
age, free team entry and live scoring, that's
a savings of more than $180 for Navy MWR
patrons.
The MWR patron with the top score will
win a trip for two to Orlando, including air-
fare and a four night stay at Cypress Pointe
Grand Villas Resort in a fully furnished,
one-bedroom condominium. Each condo has
a queen size bed, separate living area and
partial kitchen. Located in the heart of
Lake Buena Vista, the resort offers easy
access to all of Orlando's attractions,
restaurants, premium shopping and dinner
shows. The prize was provided by Military
Resort Rentals.
For more information and to register for
a free team, visit www.navyff.com, or call
(847) 688-2110, Ext. 484.


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Thomas Edison State College offers degrees

through Navy partnership program


From the Navy College Office
Thomas Edison State
College (TESC) is a
Navy College Pro-
gram Distance Learning
Partnership (NCPDLP)
that offers rate-related
associate and bachelor
degrees. Degrees allow
maximum use of military,
professional training,
CLEP/DANTES Exams
and experience to fulfill
requirements.
TESC offers rate related
degrees for the following:
I Two-year degrees: AC,
AD, AE, AG, BU, CE, CM,
CTI, CTM, DT, EM, EM
(Nuc), ET, EW, FT, GM,
GSE, IC, MM (nuclear),
MT, MU, PH and RP.
Four-year degrees: AC,
AG, CTI, EM (nuclear), ET
(nuclear), MM (nuclear)
and MU.
TESC has several new
rate-related degrees
including AS, AT, ATC,


AME, AS, BT, DC, DK,
DM, DS, EA, EN, EO, FC,
GSM, GTST, HT, MC, LI,
LN, MA, MM, MR, NC,
OM, OTM, PC, PN, SK,
STS, UT, DT and HM
which use Sailor's NEC to
add major areas of study.
All rates: AA; ASM
General Management;
BSBA: General Manage-
ment; BA: History; BA:
Humanities; BA: Liberal
Studies; BA: Psychology;
BA: Social Science/History.
Also available at TESC
is an online-based bachelor
of science nursing program
for registered nurses who
are currently licensed in
the U.S., and who want an
alternative to campus-
based instruction.
To support students
earning degrees at a dis-
tance, TESC provides 'a
complete network of
resources to serve military
students worldwide.
There are four methods of


earning credit via distance
learning: Guided Study,
Online Courses, TECEP
' exams and Prior Learning
Assessment courses.
To participate in the
NCPDLP at TESC, stu-
dents must complete at
least six semester hours
toward an associates
degree 12 semester hours
toward a bachelor's degree.
There are no on-campus
residency requirements.
TESC has ongoing regis-
tration, with terms nor-
mally starting on the first
of every month. Please
register at least three.
weeks prior to the begin-
ning of term start date.
For more information,
stop by the Navy College
Office and see TESC
Representative Dennis
LeGaux Wednesdays from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more
information about Thomas
Edison State College, visit
www.tesc.edu.


Who to notify when a credit card is stolen
Credit card theft is a huge burden and can cause major problems for victims. The
following are numbers to call if cards are lost or stolen. These agencies should be
contacted immediately.
Equifax Credit Bureau: 800-525-6285
Experian Credit Bureau: 888-397-3742
TransUnion Credit Bureau: 800-680-7289
SS Administration Fraud Line: 800-772-1213
Federal Trade Administration Identity Theft Line: 877-438-4338


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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Weekly sports recap
The intramural golf league concluded the regu-
lar season with AIMD (Blue) winning the Liberty
League with a 9-0 record and NATEC winning the
Freedom League with an 8-1 record. The summer
basketball league playoffs began Aug. 14 with
VS-22 earning the No. 1 seed by finishing the reg-
ular season with an 11-0 record. The playoffs will
be played Monday through Thursday with tip off at
5 p.m. with the championship game scheduled
being played Aug. 31 at 5 p.m.
The flag football season is still going strong with
16 teams in the league. Games begin at 5:15 p.m.
and are played Monday through Thursday at Sea
King Park.
The Greybeard (age 30+) Basketball League
finished the regular season with CNATTU finish-
ing first with a.7-1 record. Playoffs began Aug. 15
and the championship game will be played Aug.
29 at 11:15 a.m.
If you would like to join any of the leagues, con-
tact the base gym.
Captain s cup fall volleyball
league forming
The league is open .to all NAS Jax active duty,
command 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.
Tennis tourney slated
A Captain s Cup Men and Women s Singles
Tennis Tournament will be held Sept. 25 at 5 p.m.
The tournament is free and open to all NAS Jax
active duty, selective reservists, and Department
of Defense men and women. Participants will
earn participation points for their command


toward the captain s cup and can earn additional
points for finishing first, second or third. There will
be a separate men and women s division. The
matches will be played at the Guy Ballou Tennis
Complex. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by
Sept. 20.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are
provided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
,Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 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
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil. I

Summer Basketball Final
Standings
Team Wins Losses
VS-22 11 0
Naval Hospital 8 3
HS-3 7 3
VP-5 7 4
VP-30 6 4
AIMD 600 8 5
AIMD 400 5 7
VS-24 3 6
HS-7 4 8
AIMD 900 2 4

Greybeard Summer
Basketball Final Standings


Team
CNATTU
VP-30
Naval Hospital
AIMD


Wins
S7


Losses


Flag Football Standings
As of Aug.. 18
Team Wins Losses
Naval Hospital 8 0
VP-30 OS 8 0
VR-58 7 2
HS-75 5 2


AIMD 5 3
NCTS 5 3
VP-45 4 3
VP-5 Blue 4 4
VP-30 Students 4 4
HS-3 2 3
CNATTU 2 4
HS-15 4 5
FACSFAC 3 6
PSD 2 6
Weapons 0 0

Intramural Golf Liberty
League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses Ties
AIMD- Blue 9 0
VP-45 8 1
VP-5 7 2
CNATTU Gold 3 4
AIMD Gold 4 5
SCWS 4 5 1
Air Ops ,3 5 1
VP-62 3 5
NCTS-A 2 7

Intramural Golf Freedom
League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
NATEC 8 1
Navy Band 6 2
FACSFAC 6 3
CNATTU Blue 5 3
CNRSE 5 4
VR-58 3 4
CNATTU Red 3 6
NCTS- B 1 8


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax #86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and 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 second Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appoint-
ment or for more information, call 269-2945. The
chapter also offers bingo. every Saturday at 10
a.m. The public is welcome.
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
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (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.pwpnfldri-
da.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds
their monthly meeting the second Thursday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary Uqited


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 mom-
sclubopw@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 cur-
rently employed and retired federal employees to
our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Urban League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in 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.fl1x.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through September. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historicriver-
front gardens, view the museum s Masterworks
collection and special exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum s hands-on educa-
tion center. For more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.


Lawrence is TRICARE


Top ART Portal Pusher

From the NH Robert Actkinson accepted tomers with TRICAR
Jacksonville Health the 'award for her in front issues such as TRICAR
Benefits Office of.600 conference atten- enrollment, benefit


At the Many Faces,
One Voice, 2006 TRI-
CARE Communica-
tions and Customer Service
Conference in Washington
D.C. this. year, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Health Benefits Advisor
Maxine Lawrence received
an award for Top
Assistance Reporting Tool
(ART) Portal user.
With great pride
Lawrence's Supervisor


dees. Actkinson describes
Lawrence as "an extraordi-
nary professional who is
relentlessly dedicated to
her TRICARE customers
and to Naval Hospital
Jacksonville."
He said, "Many of our
valued TRICARE benefici-,
aries have met Mrs.
Lawrence, who works in
the TRICARE Customer
Assistance Office located
next to the commissary in
'the food court area. She
proudly assists her cus-


E
E
s,


claims, and TRICARE for
Life."
Actkinson continued, "We
at Naval 'Hospital are
proud of Mrs. Lawrence's
accomplishment in winning
this prestigious TRICARE
award. She documented
over 4000 cases' in the ART
Portal, which made her
number one in the Global
TRICARE Arena for this
award and earned her the
title "Top ART Portal
Pusher."


Annual North Florida Race for the Cure is Oct. 21
Join in the fight against breast cancer this October. The 12th annual North Florida
Komen Race For the Cure will hold its 5K run/fitness walk Oct. 21 at 8 a.m. at
Metropolitan Park in downtown Jacksonville.
The event will include a coed competitive 5K run, 2K fun run/walk, Sleep in for the
Cure", survivor celebration, Kids for the Cure" area, Denise's Dash (kids run) and much
more!
For more information, call 448-7446 or visit www.jaxraceforthecure.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 starting Sept. 1 at local Ford dealerships
and/or Publix Supermarkets or you can register online now at
vww.jaxraceforthecure.org.


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Land for sale by owner In
Middle Georgia area.
Farm land & hunting
properties. Small & large
prop's avi. 478-984-4447

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230 Georgia Real
Estate
B KINGSLAND, GA
S Built In 1997,3/2
1400sf. PCS
912-576-7682

240 Brantley Co.,
2-40 GA
Energy Efficient Home 3/2
detached 2 cartgarage, on
1.2 acres, built in 2005, on
paved road. Call 912-
778-5022; 912 -674-4633

246 Camden Co.,
246> GA

MARSH FRONT approx
1AC, 1700Sf open fir
plan, $315,000. Call
912-882-4629

2 Fernandina/
294. Amelia Island

BEAUTIFUL lake front lot
in exclusive Fernan-
dina comm. Deep water
marina, work out
facility, tennis and
more. 15Min. to JIA
Serious inq. only
904610.5911

3 Custom Brick home
S4/3 bdrm, 2ba, 2160sf,
1 open slit floorplan,
Stile/berber flooring,
2 car gar, FL rm, shed,
fenced, 904- 491-7996.
$399,900

300 Avondale/
3 Ortega


305 Southside

BEAUTIFUL
INTERCOASTAL
HOME IN WATERLEAFI
4BR 2BA, 2 Car Gar,
Approx 2198 sq ft.
Adjacent to Preserve,
Cathedral Ceilings,
Open Floorplan, Spa-
cious Living areas,
Community Pool &42
in cabinets. Close to
Beaches, Attractions
& Mayport! $329,900
Call GIGI GONZALES
(904) 742- 1884
www.prudentialnetworkrealty.
com/agent.aspx?id= 19791
Prudential
Network Realty
Independently Owned & Operated
Beautiful, great offer 3/2,
fncd bkyd, fpl, srn patio
Appraised $220K, Sell
$200Kobo. 904 382-3978
BELLE RIVES 3/2.5, open
kit, stainless steel, spa
cious mstr suite, lake
gar. $220K 904- 333- 4258
COMP REMOD.3/2. 1/2
ac lot, patio decks, inci
3rm guest hse. Moti-
vated! $187,900. 2709
Glen Mawr Rd 904.434-4521
Gate Pkwy/9A, 3br/2ba
Condo priv vw, grnd fir.
gtd/cvrd prkg. Quiet!
193.9K PH 904-887-2597
& KERNAN LAKES 4/3
2075sf, open firp-
Ian, upgraded tile,
2.5 yrs, new quiet
n'hood, rent possible,
$294,500. Neg.
904-887-7659


SOUTHSIDE -Sail C
lakefront, 2
upgraded, $1100
904-386-8380

306 Intracoa
Blackhawk Bluff off G


New Construction in San Mateo $192.000
3 bedroom 2 bath Stucco home with 2 car
garage. 1530 sq.ft.
Completion August 2006.
Call Today For Details
102 Tallwood. San Mateo
Owner Realtor


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307 SanMarco .
Newly remod 2/1, 1000sf,
ch/a, gar, fncd bkyd,
St Nicholas/Spring Pk Rd
$129,900. 904260.0593
VILLAGES OF SAN JOSE
24hr guard, luxury
comm. Immac 2/2
Paradise back yard.
with running fountain.
Call 237-3221

310 Mandarin
FSBO -3/2.5, bonus rm
16x24, new a pp, new
ac, 2050sf. $244k Open
Sun 1-4. 553-1636
Losco Area Mandarin
Station Beautiful 3/2
wd firs, crnr lot w/pool
$239,500 FSBO 262-2994

315 Arlington
4/1.5 -1400SF, $159,900,
Open house 12-5 Aug
20th. New kit, cpt, vinyl,
1058 Eastdale St.
Call 718-2835
4/2, all new cpt, int, ac,
roof, 1800+sf, $156k
no realtors. 568-7071
2314 Misty Dr.
FSBO 4762 Beacon Dr.W.
3/2 Brk. 1550sf, Irg scr rm
Bamboo/tile fir. Quiet
n'hd $225k. 904.997-9036
Ft Caroline Lakes 11659
Tanager Dr. 3/2.5, 1 car
remod. new everything'


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315 Arlington
HIDDEN HILLS CC
4/3, 2660sf. Call Aaron
Sarnac at 904-463-4334
www.klllebrewrealty.com
PCS House for Salel
Totally renovated
Snew A/C, floor ceil-
ing fans, paint, $145K.
3/1.1400sf, 294-6376

320 Westside
ACROSS FROM NAS 7427
Ortega Hills Dr. 4/2, 1850sf
,gar, all new CH&A hrdwd
firs $159,900 716-7766


320 Westside
2004,4/2. Lakeview,
m. fireplace, luxury
I master bdrm, upgrd
shower, garden tub,
minuteN HAS JAX, clubhse,
pools, fin. avail, reduced for
sale $215,900. 904-772-7795

4/2.5 -Brk, 1 ac w/pool,
grt rm. FL, FD, scrn
porch, fplc $280k.
Call 626-8573

CEDAR HILLS -3/2, gar
carport, CH&A, fncd
bkyd, MUST SELL QUICK
$144K. Glenn 463-1523
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ra kitchen wilh 42" cabinets. Screened patio overlooks large private back
wdd yard. Absolutely immaculate and ready for move in.
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tloor unic with a fireplace and "-'--
a pool ,iew New carpet and "'.,
paint, lciated on the river with .
oat docks, tennis and basket-
ball courts _


320 Westside
$117,500 3/1.5, 5805
No rde Dr. E. new
roof/pihb, CH&A,
1040sf, Cll 334-7965
r 3I$ .5BA BA
Adorable Cedar Hills
I Home Screened Porch, I
Extra large yard. Priced
I To Sel at $146,000 I

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Doublewide Trir, many
added amen, 1986 Palm
Harbor, top of line, exc
cond. Lrg shed 777-2908
FSBO 3/2, pool, spa,
sec. syst., refri., range,
DW, $185,000. Mike
778-0024, 334-3237;
Marietta 3/1 eat In kit,
0 down 0 closing costs
E-Z qualify flooring
allowance. 904+379- 3989
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268 -1715
MURRY HILL BEAUTY 2/1,
1060sf comp renov.,
hdwd l firs,.3322 May
flower St $144,900. Call
904-631-8748
New 2/2.5 TH lakeview in
front / back -Tile, all
upgrd applw/dalarm
NEW HOME 0 DOWN
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904-379-3989
NEWLY RENOV. 3BR/1BA.
6226 Alexon Dr. $132K.
904-651.5959, For pix's
www.myspace.com/6al
WESTSIDE HOME
MLS# 318851
A lovely 4/2 Home on a
beautiful large corner
lot in Spring Branch
Community. Built in
2000, 1889 sq. ft fea-
tured brick front with
Hardie Siding. 2 car
garage (Vaulted Ceil-
ing in formal LR/office
w/glass French Doors,
Formal DR, large FR &
galley kitchen) Large
breakfast area LG
Master BR w/ba and
two walk-in closets
Indry rm privacy
fence 8" x 12" storage
shed w/9'x20' drwy,
room for a 22' boat or
RV 15'x25' pavers in
a shaded area 16' x
22' patio o 10 year
termite bond alarm
system
List Price $229,900
Owners Assist
Zero Down Financing
& pays closing
CallUs Today at
9042221166
904 693 6621

322 ArgNle
Argyle, Watennill 3br./2ba
COn sparkling lake. 2 car
g3raae.m3nv upgrades.


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&14 A Cottage 1016 Wairut St.
S A needs work 2br/lba.
N V$30K Call 904 422 6584

330 [eaches

Vineyard JA.uo,..DS
V l ey alI I C RecentY released b)
deu .e'per. Near
beacnes restaurants
&1 gol course
S-- Beach Blvd. at 15th SL
-.- Open 1-S dally or call
.. for appt. 904-241-2270
- i 904-246-9268
Atlantic Bch 5188.500 on
r i- j -' I I -_;t 1-.n Ti stucco home. ,'ilrg fnc
bckyd 90 247 9850
ATL BCH remodel oppty
hi Built Homes \tith 4br,.5ba Drick on 1/2
ac. S165K rirm Est mkt
'rsotll ToIchII 4 alue 230K 904 626 0663
SNEW CONSTRUCTION
S 3br.'2ba 150Osf. 2 car
gar Sellerpasall
Closing Cost 1198.900
7truction 472 599 or 307 0077
39 Old Middleburg OWNER FINANCING
kz, OCEAN VIEW. Ist St So
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S295K Call891 6710
Z y4 PVB 0 down 0 closing
costs 3,2 conao beach
access. E Z qualify
CB'-,',2' ,$ 290.000 9.IJ 379 3989
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i325 North
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HOME FOR SALE
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IS. CALL 904 838 .1153
Large Homes 3,.2 & 3/1,
$350 movein
NO closing costs. 4903
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'3/1 alloloci ch&a. all
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330 Beaches 350 Waterfront 380 Poperties 405
SAWGRASS TPC Gor GATED RIVERFRONT
geous 5br/3ba, pool. COMMUNITY (7) Rental Houses WEST
spacious, GREAT VIEWS Lots from $142K Cheap 2/1 duglp
m. 904-25-467 Riverfront $409K. Call 904-838-9597 $6501
T k e l Call 904- 992-9888
Turnkey Rental or www.rlveredgef.co
Instant Equity Fully 1
furn'd 3/2.5 New a/c. Northsilde3/1 410
Very low maint yrd T 100sf, waterfront
w/pond $302K 904-669e9230 4 im lftls e dock,
d_6 6 9 2 3 0 4 -1 d oe t. o a r. 9 /l O a c.
332 Middleburg T76-2/65/$310K
i332 T POTTSBURG CREEK 2/1.5, $
newly remodeled, river ATLANTIC CAPITAL
FREE LISTI CALL NOWI access, screen porch saoclAiN ,.Nc Ai
BUY OWNER has $132,000. 904-571-1112 pF
1000's of properties with .'11mTsIiT]11 m'il(il 2nr
No Commission. PUBLIC NOTICE
800-771-7777 Respected developer Rehab Draw Up Front
www.BuyOwner.com announces release of No Pre- Pay Penalties
FSBO 4/2 New cont. Phase 1 marsh, lake & No Junk Fees BEACH
F S ewconst, wooded home sites in 3.Hour Closings Lakef
Commwadiot4sa.r er & ea Highest %LTV- NearJ
comKm ad lo 4 lerivfer o ear N Moey Dnc oen
OWNER 32N/2/OOVERD FREE 24hr recorded Info *100% Fnancing
ACREEWN PAINT HEW 800-293-2511 Ext 2001 4,IT
CARPE" IN MIDLE-. Vacant Lot 1.2ac w/100ft
BURG 100% FI9AN1 on St Johns River. Last *r HI I mI
ING 779-1918 of Its kind! 99K 904737.0144 $900
www.owners.com
335 Orange Park/ (TPP7441) 813.732.2991 www.acafla.com INTER
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Brand New Oak Baymeadows/Southslde ATTENTION INVESTORS!! $1050/
Leaf Plantation Townhse. Remodeled Let me make your job
Homes In & out. 3BR/3BA easier. Call me today T
o.,5 $179,900. 904-483-1196 for the best investment
deals possible. Expect .
3 ,_ Colonial Point Condo 2br to double your Inven- In
S 2ba office, new kit tory. Financing aval. tR'INA
M 9B4 w/Corlan cnrtops, Call 904-208 -8930 RRR
Sscrnd prch, 10 mins to or 904 -470 -0004
1Jl n B ~ Alltel or dwntwn $145K Mandar- .

OwerFOCi nOEANRONTCONDO an Aval pool. $1
3521 Live Oak -3/2, gar, $699k. Call pecals
Hollow Drive: 3386690 89175s0 INVESTOR SPECIAL quite


faroit kit with expan-
4BR/3BA 2 story home has POTTSRURO CREEK 2/S, 3/1Agreat potential $950m(

faro ro kiwit exoa %oo:/yrlol- w / ad
sive brkfst bar, archtec San Marco North City By Owner $850m
tural features & so much Rlvervlew at the INSTANT EQUITY
morel Many superb con- Alexandria 2/2 $289,0o0 3br/2bth Historic, home OCEANI
munlt amenities. Open Sat-Sun396-1809 I block from water.




condos fitut dntr
[ML5306509 $315,000] St Augustine 2 new $398k 800520-0719 fn
condos 3br/2.,ba on N www.sunshlnesold.com fcr
Masters'Dr. $185,900/
$189,900. 904- 501-4985 RENT READY, Just Rehab
2/1, 954sf. Apraised O.P. BR
S Townhome for Sale 1449 If $91K. Asking $76K net to w/ga
Located In Plantation VII- seller. Must close by bonu
Si, lage. 3/25, built In 2005 9/7/06. 7317 Southand St $95
---904-614-6166 WE BUY HOUSES $900"
3578 Live Oak c A O Ae OR MAKE YOUR PYMTSI Fin. 2
H.ollOw Drive: 3 0 Otowf/ate 1- 888-206-5321 H, a
End unit 3BR/2.5BA own ORANGI
condo In Regency ou0 Real Estate 1300SF
Woods. It overlooks a GATEWAY MOUJNTAIN, C. NC a s Wated
nature nreserv & pluh- several creeks enhance 0 Wanited Rob 9
house with ools the natural beauty ofPVBs/2
Condo fe clud this heavily wooded3.5 ANGELO BUYS Beaci
pool, tr coalition, re homes te.79 000 HUSESC dep. 2
Exercise and n Call owner/oBkr or nfo HOUSES CASH www,
eerie and auna -c t u r e s. Any cond, handyman,
room, and much morel 00- 521- 6788 or see e fire damaged, PV/SEJ
[MLS 307549 $159,900] gatewaymountaln.com distressed vacant or 1st Mo.
occupied ANYWHERE, cov.
Andria Erickson, VA Land: 16 acs, fronts oANY COiNDITIOmN $950r
Realtor on river: $80K; For pics: MApts/comm'IB/res2denta
Cell:90445-8602 owner@newbranch.com NODEAL TO BI SOUTH
l Perked: 919-693-8984 TOO SMALL IIL MONT
Direct: (904) 421-1167 Quick closings or fitnes
aerlckspoi I 904- 626_ 3 pE
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www.buyandsellax.com 3 Homes 904- 813v 5253 leCae
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JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET SOUTHSs
BAD, TOUGH, UGLY comm,
Brand New Hse 3br/2ba CREDIT? 6 scrnd
OakLeaf Plant. $218K U-Pckahome Wedo 755-68A
Lease to purchaseopt, t-aoam 1-0 Real Estate
Owner Fin. 407- 948-548 the loan. 771-9055 ST. JOI
Owner Fin. 40794548 Ask for Emma. for Rent 2S2.5+
DEEDED ACCESS TO DR's CONCORD 24x60 3/2 den, 400Apartments 97n
Lake via boat ramp. 4/2 fpcstove, refrig,DIshartn


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style hse on 1Ac of shngrf $7560.730.8606 4SApartmentS Newc
land. Needs updating. 4lOCondominiums to 3
$319,000 w/$20K remo DUVAL, CLAY, & NASSAU 432 Reotorement Greo
allowan90. 3263 Drs Land Homes Packageasl
lake Dr. 904-463-1791 $980 Down $595 Month o unities 901
EAGLE H mARBOR PBO 4/2, Call Mr. LewIs 783- 8385 415 Houses Furnished
089w f hin tInt l420 Houses Unfurnished
2o rsh onrl i HOME STEAD 16x80 3/2. 42 Manufactured
hugeyd room Torport stove refri, DW0 ch&a, Homes
$25,00 904-50500 shine roo vnsldlng Mobie Home Lot 415
Eagle Herb. FSBO on Exc cond $900. 730-8606 427m oomSts
3br7 ba eve urade, LAND HOME PACKAGE 435 Rooms to Rent Oranle
REDUCED 2 R2B, 3/2 Double Wide 440 Beach/Vacation/ vLew
Call 904 169f on 1.25 acres in aResorts .$1501
EAGLE HARBOR 4/3 rg $980 Down. $749 Mo.
open kit. fncd bkyd, Save Thousands! Lockers
culdesac, amenities. CALL (904) 291-2735 450 Management/Rental
t299K. 964PS269-7111Services 420
FS -owner fin aVal. LET YOUR JOB BE 455 Wanted to Rent









345 TO fin" auu YOUR. CREDIT lassifi aed
1/2 ac,.3/2 MH. deck YOUR CREDIT 3
pool, shed, addition EZFies 5o moe y
w en, ofc laundrm, In. Call mm -NSApartments
$150k 904-406-4DP949 on New, gAp ed pol a
MOBILE HOME AND LAND 94 9 Furnished autoS
2s aomeent 22 Stove, refrdi, washer, aval
P tl dryer CH&,awning, *ARL-REGENCYINK*
S fenced yarddeck sh e WEEKLY SPECIALS ARGYLE
ki'Nwsk Sy ^$38,000. Call 730.-8606 O$139 -7 DAY STAY Elemfr
(904) 725 -5093 culdeO
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OAKLEAF PLANTATION 3/2a1600SF+ Over Acre RIVERSIDE Corp. lux apt.
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Scious 4BR/2Au 2r $8950 per month. 60 W D0 ,l neninensIn 3/2, LRI
In resort on cu. Call Mr. Bradley $1425mo. 904- 382- 3590 SPLIT B
s ot community. 8741862 or 291-3100 558 ToRIEF REQ
aUpgrades galore, 81/2 A or I REFRE
fully fenced backward. Apartments Argyle 4
A Must Se Priced to sell 1600F, Mobe Home on Unfurnished WSpelell
$274900 a rg Wooded Lot. W.ne
SGozae7421884Mo. Must Sell AVONDALE Historic dis- NOHUD
prdentianetwrkrea. CALL 291-716 strict. Brick duplex 2/1 Argyle
cmA/agenLaspxid. e1 5 hdwd firs, ch& a, w/d Own 4/
Independenty0wned&Operated SELLING YOUR MOBILE $900 mo. 904.994-7740 range
HOME? TOP CASHII!pagl
ORANGE PARK CC most Old or New or Assume Lakewood, San Jose $1375
new 4/3 on golf course Loan. Call 730- 8606 Place Under new mngt
all 800- 0395K. 960sf, 2/1.5 Ready to r
Vall alances. ocean r. move $o800m $50 appi Ar
all 298-3220 19i,0SF fee. 904-448-3151 4/2,
Just pay sales tax and Call Do
338 BakerCounty move n Call 695-2255 MAN DARI N 2BR/2BA 225-55
8 B wakterwy. condo New, gated, pool.
1sLR r tu ereationalpropt Noets. R AppIs $895mo
NEW HOME AiaimvRM r[/$500dep 904-545-1999 NORTH
3bd/2ba 1948sqft,lac. For 1st time home
Buy now & chose owners. Call now & we NEED AFFORDABLE
wall color & fI oorlngli pay 1/2 of your down HOUSING? 874 PoI
90o607-0w59 payment 695-2255 Hilltop Village Is cur- 17028 E
9_____.0 Allnew_ _4rently accepting appli- 1510 Bi
cs St. Johns 370 Lots for Sale room waiting list.
N40 Co ntys_ _Rents are based 1527 BI
Countyon 30% of Income. 10616
-Beautiful 5.75 ac lot Hilltop Village Apts 5543 W
Melrose Florida, Cue 1646 West 45th Street 10539 E
k I Lakes Subdivision Lot, 904-764-7796 Equal 933 801
N1SO,000 oabo. Call Housing Opportunity 133 E
$349,900. Gou Raulh 904-910-9303 NORTHSIDE-1, 2,3 br 920 Sat
Irg tile, $19,000 down, Charlton Co, GA 3 to 8 apts avail, based on 1671 W
$2200mo flex pay, crdi acre lots. 3 miles from income. Call 764-0561 2038 W
probls. ok S 904860-5564 Folkston nr Traders Hill or 765-0086 EHO 1747 W
SRec area. Starting
JCP 2/2.5 Beautiful 2 yr $27500 per lot. Owner
old TH St Johns CO. A+ Fin. Avail. 386-623.3318 Need a Place NORTHSIDE ARLINE
schis. Owner/Realtor or 912-27&60558 To HanD $590-$760
$163.900 904-704-4860 Yur Hal? 1,2&3BR's 13364 B
DEEDED ACCESS TO DR's Avallablel 12003
JUL. CRK. PL -S/4 pool, Lake via boat ramp. (2) 9 757-0240 7701 Ti
all upgrades, on lake 2 1/2 Ac. lots. 3263 EDr's 94AShley24ork 710075
car oar, Beautiful hm, lake Dr. $165,000 ea Ashley Park 10075
$539k 230-4363 904-463-1791 Apartments 2639 Dy
SWITZERLAND EXEC. 4/2, HILLARD 2 lots 75x135, Riverside 2br/1.Sba, new
2400sf, story, 2 sided cty wtr, $49,900each. renov, custom kit w/d ORANO
































$399K. 904-993.5787 828-256-1004 TH1L


Apartments
Unfurnished

rSIDE off 295:
lex, ch/a, w/d hu,
m. 904-403-7293

Condominiums

ARL- Merrill Pines
Now 3/2 all appil. +
ront load w/d, pets
ok, Avail now! PCS
1000. 504-4277
RL- New 2/2 Merrll
Ines Condo, 1118sf
id fir, wlth w/d avail
now! $1250mo.
696-7968
ES 2/21 Gated
ront + amenities.
TB/AIA, steps to
$1200m 382-6145
;W- 1/1 condo. w/d,
pool gym, garage,
tennis, CS ng, JTB,
lodges, near beach,
minutes to bases,
mo. 904-382-3595
COASTAL WEST
m/2ba/garage,
' renovated, min-
rom the beaches,
ose to UNF.
mo. 904-476.2026
INTERCOASTAL
2/BR FOR RENT
washer/dryer
eluded, fitness cen-
}1 many other great
lures. $950/ mo.
728-0393
rIn new 3BR/2BA
d comm, all
nces Incid w/d,
1050. 866-6089
BURG 2br/2.5ba,
good N'hood. gar,
ated, no pets,
o. Call 282.0128

-3/2 TH, w/fplcd,
scrn proch,
o. Call 230-8578
FRONT NEW 3/3
, Grt view from Ig
lanai. Designer
ies, 2 pools, club,
, gar, sec. 616- 1527
AND NEW TWNHSE
r 2br/2.Sba with
srm, cul.de.sac
lOm 465-1318
Rent or RTO
oe. Guaranteed
/2, New Natures
vy $139k 276-6446
E PARK 3br/2.5ba
, avail now. Call
64-662-7714
w/gar. All new.
access. $1500m+
15. 6283/626-6283
oypropertles.org
AHAWK $300 off
rent. 2/2 grand fir,
patio amen's,
mn. 904273-0796
SIDE 2BR/2BA,
REUX, gated, pool
s, Indoor gym, no
$1100mo + dep.
purchase option.
941-468-6309 ,
SIDE New 3/2
sept. 1st. gated
1. SlOOmo. Call
04-891-9469
SIDE 2/2.5 gated
, lake view, WD,
patio $1150mo,
.8 or 223-6604
INS CO/GABLES
ar, TH off210 & 95
new. A+ Schools.
n. 904. 233.7970
is Town Center
ondosATMall. I
brs. full amen.
eat Localtion!
0mo-1 300mo
304.31- 7006

Houses
Furnished

Pk Oak Leaf, lake
Sfurn, until Incl
Smo/mo,big TV
ool, 909-684-8184

Houses
Unfurnished
139 Rosselle Street.
(L $799. w/d rm, new
arpet, new ac, new
pai, $799 deposit,
omasc deduction
liable. 314-3811
E 3/2 near Argyle
tn bk yd, sec sys
ac, MSM #312325
213-0553,777-9953
ARGYLE I
DR, FAMILY ROOM,
IRM, FENCED YARD
$995/MO. 778-2897
/2, $300 Move-In
1 8552 Bandera Cir.
fly remod $1150.
D. 904-687-4962
Forest Rent to
V2 inci w/d fridge
2 car gar, comm
park, 1543sf,
n 904- 476.-6944
lvle Forest-
754SF, $1300SF
on Brown Realty
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420 Unfurnished

ARGYLE Oak Leaf: 4/2, all
brick, 2270sfall apples,
Inic WD. club amenities,
lawn serv $1600m crdlt
ck. 904.703.7196 Todd
.. ARGYLE
S RENT/SALE
I\ 0BY OWNER
5/3 pool house,
open firplan, numerous
extras. Exc. Clay
County Shcools.
$1900mo. $399K PCS.
509-9113/771-5208
ARLINGTON H'ddn Hills
area. 3/2, W/D, lawn
malnt Incl. scnrd patio
$1300mo. Call 641-6026
ARLINGTON HOME
S FOR RENT 3/2
1 Hardwood floors,
fenced yard inground
pool, $1100/mo deposit,
Contact Robert Meggs.
904-234-3652
AVONDALE 3/1, CH&A,
hardwood firs, updated kit/
bth, w/d hookup, detached
gar, fncd yd, Quiet street.
$1100 mo 904-262-3509
BARTRAM SPRINGS -3/2,
nature preserve,
$1350mo. 465-1154
Beach /Southslde Duplex
SCozy 2/1, deluxe.
$875mo, 2788 Hidden
Village Dr. 343-5675
A Beautifully remodeled
S 5/3,2600sf, home
large lot In quite.
subdivision, minimum,
6 mth. lease $1400/month.
Call 912-266-4295
BILTMORE- 2x1 fncd yd,
w/d conn. CH&At 5360
Shannon Ave. $650mo
$550dep. 472-7314
CEDAR HILLS 3/1 $950
Lg Porch, 1200SF, Great Rm
1 Car Gar, Fenced, Wood Firs.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
CHIMNEY LAKES
SBeautiful 3/2 home on
QjP quiet'cul-de-sac fp,
scrnd prch, garden
bath In mbr, 1a fncd yrd,
.kids ride bikes to Chimney
Lakes Elem. $1200.571-5315
CLAY/Sliver Creek 4/2,
all brick, cul-de-sac lake
lot, great schools.
$1350mo. Chris 742-7486
CRYSTAL SPRINGS -3x2,
w/gar, fncd yd, 1282 Sum-
mit Oaks Dr. E $1400mo,
$1450 dep 472-7314
EAGLE HARBOR -4/2.5
2400sf, clubhouse amenl
ties Aug Rent Free Pets OK
$1640 mo 477-6311

Eagle Harbor
Immrac 4/2.5, new tile &
paint, scrn porch, fncd
yd. Avail now. $1400m
04502.1937/561-391-7904
0 ENCLYCLOPEDIA
WORLD BOOK,
kl 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
FLEMING ISL- 3/2, 2 car
par, crnr, fncd, 1450sf
+ Schools $1100mo.
Very clean Call 859-9603
Flem isl/Orange PK brand
new 3/3+gar pond view
2671 Tuscany Glen off
College $1200- $1400m
RTO Option. 626-4200
FT. CAROUNE/COBBLESTONE
3 "ti1h .P.ircn. 14I0.f
Ci." Car. fplI. I 'r -ruo
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Lake Asbury waterfront
3 2 on black creek canal
$1400m. 904-269-2929
HISTORIC SPRINGFIELD
3/1, ch&a.HW Firsl Fncd.
EVERYTHING NEW!
$800/mo. 904-304- 6143
ICW -3/2 2000sf, Marsh
Sound, Ig yrd, pets ok.
$1450mo. all 21-0392
ICW Kensington Gor-
geous 3/2/2 lakefront
comm pool no pets,
$1245+dep 9064 962- 7798
SIntercoastal/ Beach
2br. New appliances,
) w/d Incl, Irge pool
fitness center and
many other amen,
$950/mo. 728-0390'or
553-6110
JAX BEACH 2/1 DUPLEX
30' to bch access, ocean
view. $1095 & 1195mo
904-725-3359
Jullngton Creek Plant./
Durbin Park Beautiful
3/2 split, xtra Irg mstr
br/ba, A schls vault
ceilings, fncd y/ maint
Incl. $1395m+t1000sec
Availnow. 904-616-3581
JULINGTON CRK -3/2,
nice n'hood, great
schools, $1350mo.
201-606-3025
LAKE SHORE -3x1 w/gar,
w/d conn, CH&A, 4642
Cardinal Ave. $875mo.
$925 dep 472-7314
Lakeshore/W'side 3/1
bungalow, wd firs, frpl,
scn porch 5320 Colonial
Ave. $895m0. 388-7324


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ydras Ln. W 4/2
Eagle Bend Blvd 3/2
scayne Bay Dr. 3/2.5
ue Whale Way 3/2
scayne Bay Dr. 1st mo free 2/2.5
Arnez Rd. 3/1.5
wanderingg Trail 3/2
E Gailwood 3/1
ckner Ave. 3/1.5
3rd St. 1st mth free 3/2
ratoga Blvd 3/1
V. 34th St. 3/1
/alnut St. 2/1
V 4th St. #4 upstairs 2/1
ITON/SOUTHSIDE
Beach Blvd. $600 off 1st mo 3/2
Saverio Ln. 3/2
mberland Park #537 2/2
Gate Parkway N #911 1/1
evonwood Rd. 3/1.5
isil Rd. 2/1
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550/550
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1275/1275
1200/1200
1000/1000
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A420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

MANDARIN Rams Gate
Subdlv, 3/2, brick hm,
scrnd porch fen bk yd.
$1675mo Call 891-6620
MA MANDARIN
S4/2.5 + COMPUTER RM,
S 2-STORY, 2500SF,
W/D, 2DR REF. DINING
SET, SOFA & CHAIR,
$1800Mo. CALL 292-1040 OR
338-1264
MANDARIN Lovely 4/2,
Home on fully stocked
lake In Prestigious
Neighborhood, Cus-
tomized designer
closets In every bed-
room, user friendly kit
cabinets, beautifully
landscaped great
schis. A Must Seel
$1800mo. 904-881-9020
MAND. Very nice Twnhm.
3/2, lcgar, 1600sf, appl.
ncl., no smoker/pets,
$1195m+dp. 904-287.9507
MIDDELBURG- Villages
Of Fireside, 4/2, 2 car
gar, a/c Fl rm fen bk yd
2200sf, $1450 673-2276
MIDDLEBURG -gated
comm, 5/3, new constr.
2300sf, $1495mo. 904
505-0124,
MIDDLEBURO/MAYFIELD
4/2.5, 2cgar, 2 story,
$1200m+$1200dp. w/gd
credit. 3523 Alec Dr.
904-371.4083/662-6136
Montreux At Deerwood
Condo 1BR close to
shopping/UNF $900mo.
Daytime 904-829-8300
Eve/VWknd 904-794-0077
Murray Hill 2/1 $300
Move-In Speciall 4814
Headley Ter. $750mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
Near Airport LEASE TO
OWN or rent new TH
925 2/2. 5, c par. Move
n speclall Cal 699-5216
A NORTH JAX
S4/2, AVAIL SEPT. 2006,
La SERIOUS INQ ONLY.
PLEASE CALL
904-386-3724
NORTHSIDE Lake Forest
3/1, ch/a, new cpt &
tile, w/d hu, nice deck,
gar. $825m 904-287-7888
NORTHSIDE 2/1, newly
renovated, hard wood firs,
now cpt, w/d hkp, CH&A,
$750mo. Call 262-3509
NORTHSIDE -3/2, water-
front, CH&A, big yd,
$975 per mo.
781-2117
NORTHSIDE 3BR/2BA
1332 Eagle Cove Rd S
$850m $850 dep.
No pets 904-403-6214
Northwest Nr MLK, 2br
ch/a, rg kit, wall to
wall cpt, nc yrd on bus
route. $d00m 424.9310
N'slde 3/1 $300 Movo-In
Speclall 9332 Norfolk
Blvd. Remod. $850mo.
NO HUD. 904-687-4962
N'SIDE Conifer Ridge
New 3/2 2cg on Lake.
w/d hu. 1700sf. nr Alrprt
$1250m 954-605-0820
N'side NEW TWNHSE,
2/25, w/d, 1 ar, grt for
R/mate, .875 to FCCJ
$1025m. 904,705.6762
Oakleaf Plant $1250/mo.
4/2 near pool w/fam rm
Eat-In kitch, lrg Master
bedroom. 904 673-0608
Oakleaf Plant. New &
Ready. Lease-to-buy.
1800sf.3000sf $1500-
$2000m 516. 660. 2709
OFF LEM TURNER 3/1,
CH&A, hardwood firs,
big yard,$750mo. 1748
Clyde St. 392-9373
O.P. -1911 Hunters
Trace. Immac 3/2,2 car
gar, 150Osf, scrnd
porch, Ig fncd yd,
150mo. 276-6446
O.P.- Spacious 4/2,2 car
garage, 2284sf in Eagle
arbor, 3 way bedrm
split, fqrm liv/din, scnr
porch, lawn care incl.
$1475 Vanguard Realty
Inc. 904-264 7181 ext 1
OP/Whitfield Sub. 4/2.5
new const, 3000sf, w/d
hkp, lots extras, nr schi
$1600m. 904-505.4831
Orange Pk near Argyle
Elem. brand new 4/2
Upgrades galore! WD
$1295.$1395m 236-9889
Orange Park, TH New
remod 3/2.5 pool grt loc
xtra clean no pets $850m
+dep w/crdt chk 210.6050
PACE ISLAND
Gated community.
4br/3ba, 2400 +sf, 2 car
gar, avl. Sept. 1. $1695m.
269. 8941/625. 6519.
PAXON 3/1, quiet
N'hood, remod, CH/A,
$750mo, 2103 Alnendale
Cr. W. 904-392-9373
PONTE VEDRA BCH
3/2/1, corner lot, scrn
porch, fncd, new appi,
new pnt, nr TB.
-$1500mo. 588-6599
PONTE VEDRA Fairlfield
2300SF, 3/3, 2 car gar,
spa, lawn serve, avail9/1
$2150mo 904-294-1432
PVB E. of AlA.
Across from Swgrs Vil
3/2. 1700sf, 1 story
hi ceilings, eat in kit,
great mast suite, very
nice. 2 car, $1595.
904-270-1084
PV Close to Schls & Bch.
Quiet family community
4/2.5, 2cgar, 2500sf,
$2200m. 904-273-0796
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'side 4br/3ba, 2500sf
lake front, wood floors,
$1500mo. Call Rebekah
@ 904.998.8263
Southslde b/t Tinsel Twn
& Beach Blvd 4/1+car
prt+washrm. All new
apple, crpt, ac/h & cell
Ing fans. $795m +
$500dep Pets ok* Igfnc
yd. NS Our last fam
stayed 6 yrsl 744-0097
SOUTHSIDE AREA
Brand new rent to own.
3 bedrm, 2 bath, garage,
appliances 386.623.9611
tbelcher@gmal.com
Springfield 3 lrg BR, 2 BA,
walk In closets, Central
oc., Irg priv prch, well
kept fnc yd. 358-9614
S'slde The Landings at
Belie RIve 2/2.5, Icgar,
near Town Ctr water-
view $1150 904-891.6167
ST. AUGUSTINE off 1.95 &
210 new TH 3/2.5, 1463sf
new appll, 1 car gar,
$1096mo. 904. 962.1263
ST. JOHN'S CO., CR210
Stonehurst, 4/2/2, near \. 95,
grt schools, shopping, pool
community $1300. 699.6968'
ST.MARYS, GA
/ 4/2, GAR., FENCED,
B BACKYARD 5 MIN TO
BASE, ASSOC. POOL,
NICE AREA, POSING,
$975MO. 912-576-7377/
227-0866


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420 Unfurnished

St Nicholas Exec 2br/2ba
2 car par, FL rm,frpl, all
apples, lawn svc Incl
$195mo. 904.3998-6273
VILLAS OF FIRESIDE
4/2,2089SF, ON
"d CUL-DE-SAC, GATED,
$1500 +DEEP.
904-214-9198/ 327-3298
A WESTSIDE 3/1.- WITH
S 2 BONUS ROOMS
NEWLY REMODELED,
$950/MO. CHA, NEAR
1-95 & 103RD, CALL
904-278-2951 .
WEST SIDE 3/1
2105 Lakeshore/ Blanding,
ACROSS THE RIVER.
$845.310-938.2462
WESTSIDE Lease. to. Own
this beautiful 3 BR/2BA
home, fenced yard
1600 SF; $975/mo., 4448
Jade Drive W. off
Rlcker Road 724.1364
WESTSIDE NR OP 3/1
BONUS RM NEW CPT,2
CAR GAR, W/D HKP NO PETS
REF REQ. $350/MO. 860-7219
WESTSIDE 3/1 Move-In
SpecIal! 2012 Detroit
St. Remodeled $800MO.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
Westside 3/1.5 $300
Move In Speciall 2962 W
16th St. remod. $850MO.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897
WESTSIDE -2/3br, Iba,
CH&A, fncd, $700mo
$700 dep, nopets
Call 7 4-4071
Westside Ig 2/1 $300
Move-In Speclall 1052
St. Clair St. Remod. $775
No HUD 904-687-4962
W'slde 3/2, $300 Move-
In Speclall 4510 Tango
Ln E. Newly Reod $975
No HUD. 904-687-4962
S'slde 3/1, $300 Move-In
Specilall 3444 Inwood
Clr.W Remod $925mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
W'slde 3/2, $300. Move
-In Specal 4508 Tango
Ln. Newly Remod $875.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
World Golf, St. Johns
Beautiful 5/4 + Bonus,
Large 3500sf Brand New
$1790mo + Rent to own
opCtIon. Must Seel
904.509.4218
W'slde .3/1 $300 Move In
Special 6994 Miss Muf-
fit Ln S. Remod. $825
No HUD. 904-687.4962
W'SIDE-Paxson Area- Nice
Nihood, 2/1, garage, fenced
bckyd. $69 + ep$700.
3058 W. 16th ST. 318-0191
WS LAKESHORE 3/1.5 $825
1600SF, Kit Equip, Carport,
Bonus-rm, ch&a WD Hkps.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WS LAKESHORE 2/1 $695
ch&a, WD Hkps, Carport
Fenced Back, K Itchen Equip
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
YULEE-Timber Creek,
2500sf, 3/4 br, 2.5ba, 1
ml from 95, avail Immed
$1600 912-674-0259
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
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430 Roommates

ATLANTIC/KERNAN
Luxury TwnHm Prof
wanted. Call for details.
$600m Incis all. 509-1061
Female wanted to share
a 3/2 bath house with.
For more info please
Luis at 904-226-7087.
SFt. Caroline Area
SLooking for Male roo-
< mate, 3/2.$125 wkly,
everything Included,
until, cbl, Internet.
Call Jason, 904-553-1527
Mandarin Irg mstr, w/d,
2 yr old 2stry TH Bar-
tram Prk, $500 652-4710
MAND. M/F, Nice house
& neighborhood, quiet,
pool, $400. 445-9500
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$110 per v.ekc
1615 W 2tn 4R 7 1092
OP Fern Wanted to share
new 3500sf hm, rivervw
$525m+util. 509.5877
OP Fern wants NS ND foer
to share 3/2 condo
$700mo Incis utlils & all
amenities 229-886-1836
ORANGE PARK SHARE
LARGE 2-STORY HOME
W RH POOL S400
(INCLUDESL5 UTIL # DEP)
612-6646 (NON-SMOKING)
NO COUPLES, CABLE &
PHONE IN FURN ROOMS
S ORANGEPARK
I OAKLEAF PLANTATION
one room fumrn., -
$475mo. or unfur-
nished, $450 non-smoker,
free water/ amenities,
utiltles neg. 904-962-5420


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OAKLEAF 1,920 sf to 11,520sf
l1 PLANTATION, Eastpark Great location!
Sroom $450/mo. (904)99-9339
furn $475/mo. Free
water, uti. nea,. N/S,
90962. 0 SOUTHSIDEDeerwood,
Park virtual&Exec from
Southslde -share 2/2 $250mo fully furnno
female only, all applIs, sec dep. CinVy 680-3000
w/d, pool, tennis, +
$5Odep + $50 ap5pl- --c2 Retail
cation fee. 321.749.7136 f For Rent
ST. JOHNS BLUFF NS
PRIVATE entrance kit & Prime San Jose Blvd/
bath $580m 565.2604 Mandarin area 1000sf
W'S WF seeks day Next to Tree Steak Hse
working Male. Furn rm $2300m 904-46317712
priv bath, pool. Non smkr
$500m Incliutls. 777-5955 RESTAURANT OR OTHER
ts'77'" 555 Avail Immediately.
43g- Rooms Atlantic/DA. 288.8500
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YMEADWS ~555 Distributorships/
BEACHES, MANDRN Franchises
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE. 560 Financial Services
EFFIC $100WK, Apt 565 Money to Lend
$150week also houses or Borrow
f9r rent furn/unfurn 570 Mortgages Bought
wk, month. 904- 302.-5753 and Sold
BEACHES -lbr, $500mo. _______
w/d garage, yard.
Call for Info. 716-7179 550 Business
A GIRVINW Room for P Opportunities
10 min from base CHILDCARE CENTERS
across Wonderwood established w/real
off GIrvin Call estate. Financing
904-234-7653 or arranged. FL Invest-
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88118Be 8018
,, Kingsland GA
/ Lakes Subdv. 480mo, Dry Cleaning & Laundry
S covers everything, w/plant. 20yrs in bus
S cable, Internet, In Bch,& UnIv. 90485 3222
room, call Andy 576-1096
R ORANGE PARK NATIONAL BRAND RETAIL
S Close to NAS AX, ICE CREAM SHOP
t $450mo. All uil Incu, turnkey operation,
cable, washer/dryer, Great location, low
etc. 904 386.0207 overhead igh profit
margin, no franchise or
q, NEAR NAS JAX. Furn, royalty fees. Asking
Room for rent, $400mo, $89K Call 904- 226. 3098
$100 dep, Call Sandy
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$100 dep. +.$395 mo 0-633X1
Avall now Call 215-9416 Financial
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NAS JAX $400/MO.
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ROOM IS FURNISHED. MORTGAGE MATCH
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JOIN OUR TEAM WELDERS -Pipe
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Times-Union Call 394-7249
Seeking qualified
applicants for the 711 Marine
following position: 1 Trade
TRUCK DRIVER INSTRUCTOR
Please see our dis- SURFACE WARFARE
play ad under classi- CAPTAIN
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Technology and Gradu-
ate Studies, a profes-
YARD DRIVERS F/T Must slonal training facility
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(904)751-8531. Fax to interested in providing
751-8503. SLS is an professional maritime
EOE/AA employer, training to Navy
students. Positions
CDL CLASS A DRIVERS require a minimum of
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work. Call 904-266-2030 experience. STCW,
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as Navy Master Train-
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A/C DUCT CLEANING mechanic
TRUCK OPERATOR/ 712 Mechanic
INSTALLER Good pay &
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record a must. DFWP GEN ERAL TRUCK
Indoor Comfort 396-7771 MECHANIC Exp'd, Clean
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APT PUNCH TECH / at 7587 Wilson Bvd, JAX.
MAKE READY or call 772-1313 EOE
for Orange Park Area
904-2766688 E.O.E 71 Management/
CARPENTERS a1 Professional
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC Personal Financial
HIRING EXPERIENCED Education Specialist
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS Jacksonvllme, FL
TOP PAY &
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SPaid vacations training, workshops and
* Gas allowance seminars. BA/BS In educa-
* 40 plus hrs/week tion or a combination of
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Send resume to Zelders
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rL IER 800-286-2703 visit us at
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with experience & gear
for Big Ben's Tree Ser-
vice. Call 641 1131 -S', POLICE OFFICER &
CONCRETE DRILL & SAW O'. OoFFICER
Operator/ Trainee, start The Jacksonvile
pay $13/hr. & benefits Sheriff's Office is cur-
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DUMPTRUCK DRIVERS positions. For qualifca-
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CUSTODIAN __ _
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ation755. RECEPTIONIST & CMA
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OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
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MAINT SUPERVISOR DENTAL ASSISTANTS (3)
National Co. seeking Naval Station JAX
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petitive salary package
including benefits. Euai
Fax resume to 724 Education
904- 724-8483,
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& ASSISTANT
MANUFACTURING at the Cambridge Prep
LEAVINGTHE SERVICE? School Competitive
No experience required, pay, 401K & insurance.
Now hiring full time Agreat opportunity in a
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tors. We offer a real T U/A ni
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a growing community. a 772-6550
Contact Sanderson Pipe _______
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H/R. 725 ice/
PLUMBERS 7 Clerical
Exp'd, for residential &
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calI Chris at GENERAL OFFICE
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REMODELERS WANTED phone company seeks
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CONCRETE TRAINEE experience with gen
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$14 /hr/benf 219-0396 required. Fax Resume
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Bilingual Clerical Position
(Office Manager)
If you are looking for a fun environ
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this is the opportunity you've been
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who can read, write and speak
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Don't miss this opportunity!!!!
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Attn: Luis Vienrich or by email at:
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725 Office/
725 Clerical

RECEPTIONIST/OFFICE
CLERK Need to know
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Mon-Fri 8-5, Southside loc.
$9.50 + Benefits Fax res to
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RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
ASSISTANT POSITION
World Stone & Tile, Inc.
2989 Phillips Hwy
email worldstonetile@
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(904) 346-0294(Fax)
In search of a
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oriented, strong verbal
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735 Restaurants/
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DANCERS DANCERS
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JACKSONVILLE, FL
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745 Sales
ASSTMGR In
Jacksonville. electrical
supply/lighting sales
exp required. Benefits,
incentive Call
Call 877-445-7341.
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
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Earning Potential
$40 000-$100,000 -
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

750 ETechnical/
75c v Engineering
Engineering
Thomas & Hutton Engi
needing Co. is proud to
announce our new
Brunswick, Georgia
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proud to be a Drug Free
workplace
SURVEY
INSTRUMENT
PERSON
RODMAN
for construction
layoutsurvey crew.
Apply at:
FLORIDA SURVEY
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 X106
DFWP/EOE


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WAREHOUSE/DRIVER
in the Jacksonville area.
Valid drivers license.
Clean record
Call 877-445-7341


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joining together for the 1st time...
hiring event of the year


September 27,2006
3:00pm to 7:00pm
University of North Florida
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If ybu are in need of employees than this
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With job seekers from every industry
bro ght to you in one convenient location
you ill certainly find your next employee.
We h~ve several different packages available for
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vi ual Job Expo on Jobs.Jacksonville.com
c bpany logo in promotional material
skied table
Ijrch for 2
king

FOR M E INFORMATION or TO REGISTER TODAY CALL:
Roselyn Hellard 904.359.4312


753 Security
ARMED SECURITY
GUARDS
with D & G lic.
Up to $10/hr. Full time.
. Call 378&3470
HURRICANE
DEPLOYMENT OFFICERS
$2,100. $3,150/week
Armed security officers
with current G' license
and LEOs with current
certification needed for
deployment during hur
ricanes. Apply on line
wwwdlsasterofflcers.com
TACTICAL
OFFICERS
$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
req'd.
Supervisors,
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALL: 1-888.398 8903
www.specialresponse.com

755 Miscellaneous

ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
Home Cleaning
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
* Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace
Drivers
Guards
Messengers
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
*Full Medical/Dental Pkg
Company Matching 401k
Tuition Reimbursement
SPaid Vacation
Time & half for 40+ hrs
Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
-Successful Polygraph
examination
-Successful background
Investigation
*Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
Information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.
A FRIDGE
Fullsize, frost free
fridge, 678-852-4201
JANITORIAL
Office cleaners, P/T
Flexible hours, eves &
weekends. N'slde &
S'side areas. 636-7515
LAWN WORKER NEEDED
MIddelburg Area.
2 Months comm exp pre.
ferred. Call Larry Eves.,
1.866 529.1872
*MAINTENANCE
with strength In tile work
*HOTEL VAN DRIVER
Benefits Available
Apply Within: Ramada
Conference Center
Or E-mail resume to
jobs@ramada-inn.com
1-295 and San Jose Blvd.
904-268-8080



TPC Sawgrass in Ponte
VedraIs hiring F/T
Equipment Operators in
the Golf Course Main-
tenance Dept. Prior
experience Is not
required. Must be at
least 18 yrs old. For
more info, call
273-3248. Hourly rate +
overtime
medical/dental/life and
much more. DFW/EOE
PEST CONTROL CO
accepting applications in
all depts for service
Reps. Will train, good
pay, exc benefits. M-F
9-5, 389-3235

894 Massage
BEST MASSAGE & FACIAL
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
Timber Run. 446-5504
9am-8pm Lic# FS6314

902 Appliances
DISHWASHER
Kenmore portable
dishwasher, white
with butcher black
top. Almost new. $50. Call
912-576-3019
DRYER/WASHER
BIG CAPACITY EXC WORKING
cond $200 both 396-8711
FREEZER- KENMORE
13.7 Cubic Feet, like
L new, $150.284-0536
4, Kenmore Refridgera-
tor, 25ft white,
tb side-by-side
ice/crushed maker,
like new, $500, Ed, wk 8922
or 904-277-0570,
water In door
4 MICROWAVE
SOver the stove GE
S Spacemaker, Black 30
inch $50.269-1478
4. A/C 16k BTU Sears,
r m The Quiet One"
S window unit. fits
277/8" to 40" wide.
Good condition,
$100.529-7493
4. WASHER-MAYTAG
S Neptune wahser,
L needs $150 computer
board, otherwise, new
condition, stored in A/C.
$75.529-7493
& REFRIGERATOR
SFreezer on bottom.
IlAmana. Icemaker, soft
Sbeige textured sur-
face, little used, spotless,
excellent condition.
$350.529-7493
WASHER/DRYER $200
STOVE $125 FRIDGE 42"W
$225. 238- 3391/221- 8426

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JUJ. For Sale
A AIR HOCKEY
SHarvard air hockey
1 table, regulator size,
new motor cost. Need
$200. will sell for #100.
Please call 912-673-7285
APPLIANCES AND MORE
Amana fridge w/ice
maker. $375. wht GE
extra Ig capacity w/d,
$150ea. Portable baa
ketball goal $40. Kit tble
w/3chs & leaf $100. Call
Dawn 683-1085 or
drawnbydawn@yahoo.com
& Couch- Reclining &
4l loveseat, color blue,
< $200. Call
912-576-2756 after
4:30nm, or leave message


905 Articles
For Sale

DOGHOUSE IGLOO
Large never used, $40.
G. raco Car seat, $25,
921- 576-7377/227-0866
ELECTRIC PATIO GRILL
S, LIKE NEW, $80. DIN-
I\ ING ROOM TABLE,
WITH CHINA CABINET,
$1500. ASSORTED CHIL-
DREN TOYS, $20. 249-1666
A Electric Patio Grill.
SLike new, $80. Dining
1b room table with China
Cabinet $1500.
Assorted children's toys,
$20.249,1666
EXERCISE BIKE
LIKE NEW, LARGE SEAT
L WITH BACK SUPPORT
TRACKS TIME, SPEED,
CALORIES, DISTANCE.
CALL 278-9996. $100
A Golf Carts. 2003
EZ Go Golf Carts, from
L $2500-$3450. Call
912-510-0716 or
912-674-3620
A GOLF CLUBS
SACRIFICE SET MEN'S
L GOLF CLUBS. USED
GOOD CONDITION-
OFFER. CALL 317-6618.
NO REASONABLE OFFER
REFUSED
4 Harley Davidson 00'
Fatboy. $13,500. Only
1b 8100 miles, custom
color, many extras,
excellent condition, garage
kept, call 622-6702
A Hot Tub three years
/ old, light show,
| waterall cover,
included great shape,
green interior, great price,
$1500.542-6016
HOT WHEELS &
S MATCHBOX
tt Collection loose
$.50 carded, $1.00,
old and new, outdoor
patio furniture,
269-4503
Loveseat & Sofa $200,
Mahogany Table w/ 4
-1b chairs $250. Large
Oriental Rug $100.
721-2939. Will negotiate.
MOVING SALE: Cherry DR
tbi w/10chrs $950;
Cherry Credenza $400;
Mahog. desk w/chr
$350 Antiq tbi $150;
misc. framed prints,
misc household Items,
904-221-8065
MOWERS SEVERAL
TYPES, $40-$600,
-1b TREADMILL, $100.
LAWN AERATOR $50
CLARINET $100. ORGAN $50.
CAHFING DISH, $50.
904-272-7352
GERNERATOR
COLEMAN 1750.$115
264-6364
A Over Island Pots and
S Pans Holder, with
three light bar bronze
color, $50.
Call 786-7491
Over Island Pots and
Pan holder w/ 3 light
bar, bronze color $50.
Call 786-4591
4 PERSONAL MOTION
THEATER WITH
TRAILER 2-SEATER,
360 DEGREE SPIN,
GENERATOR, COMPUTER
EQUIPT, MANY EXTRAS,
OFFICIALLY REASSIGNED,
$36k. 674-3709
i Pressure Washer 2100
PSI 5.5 hp, B &S
l engine runs great,
needs pump
$75.282-6946
REFRIGERATOR
C WHIRLPOOL, BISQUE
SOLOR. $300, WICKER
L SBAR AND STOOL,
BLACK METAL FRAME, $10.
EACH CALL 282-4244
SEWING MACHINES Antq

75 1-2349
SSOFA & LOVE SEAT
lay-z-boy good
4 condition, $6 for
i both, snaPper
riding mower, $400 obo.
264-6652
SOFA- Beige with 2
S built in recliners,
s excellent condition,
$250. Golf clubs mixed
set with bag, $60.771-8930
SSTEAM VAC $35.14ft
pool w/ extras, $100.
Longaberger spice,
please call
7577-469-4167
SWIMMING POOL
S NEW PUMP
accessories. Needs
new liner, 15ft.,
$700. Call Pat 781. 4188
S Thomas the Train
1 Set, plus train table,
S good condition, 3
complete sets several
trains must see! $400 obo.
904-971-7217
4 TOASTER OVEN
BLACK AND DECKER.
BJBAKE, BROIL, DEFROST,
SPACE FOR 9 INCH PIE.
LOOKS, WORKS GREAT. $25.
268-2482
A VIDEO STORAGE
S CABINET. HOLDS 600
it CD'S 230 DVD'S OR 110
VHS. WOODGRAIN
LOCKABLE DOORS. LIKE
NEWI $60.268-2482.
LOCKABLE DOORS. LIKE
NEW. $60.268-2482
WASHER/DRYER-kng
waterbed, futon, frzr
tile saw, misc tools,
truck box. 307-9145
WEDDING CAKE
SSTANDS and misc.
tb cake decorations
by Wilton. Retired
decorator wants to sell
make offer 278-9777


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9 For Sale

WEDDING DRESS
T.White, size 4. Clinllne
\ and bra Included.
Strapless with
attachable straps, perfect
condition. $350 obo.
912-576-3773
A WET/DRY VAC.
CRAFTSMAN, 16 GAL-
LON, 535 HP, ON
WHEELS, LONG HOSE.
LOOKS AND WORKS GREAT
$45. 268 -2482
A WET/DRY VAC
Craftsman, large size,
k 5.5 hp, rolls on casters
with various attach.
Super suction $40.
904-268-2482

2 Business/
920 "Office

20 Telemarketing Stations
Only $199 each
4 Drawer Lateral
Fireproof Files $1295 each
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400

922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

14K, 1 CT ladies dia-
Smond wedding band
L size- 6. $950 269-1478
4 20-Franc brilliant
S uncirculated gold
S rooster coins
1906-1914. $199 each.
269-1478
PRECIOUS MOMENTS
COLLECTION -figurine
dolls, seraphim angel
collection. 692-3514

925 Computers
LAPTOP -Sony Valo AR,
imo old, Windows
Media Center Edition,
Intel Core Duo process
sor, 160 gig, NVIDIA
Geoforce 17" WXGA,
Xbright, hi color, cable
ready TV/ DVR CD
burner, paid $2100, sell
$900. Cal 281-0171

928 Electronics
JVC 32" SDTV MODEL
AV 32F577 LIKE NEW
WORKS GREAT $100.
CONTACT KYLE
843-367-8928
Samsung 32" Color TV
SRemote, menu selec-
Hi mlon, mult functions,
stored In A/C, little
used. Excellent condition.
$350.529-7493
STV- 32" Sanyo stereo
color tv with remote,
etc. $150. wk
912-573-9707 hm,
912-674-4453

940 AC/Heat/
Fuel

S1.5 HVAC w/handler.
S$300.1.5 ton central
SA/C, $150. Trailer fur-
nace, $250; Fireplace,
$250. All OBO. 912-882-3507

945 Garage
Sales

ARL. Sat 8:30a-6p. Furn,
household & coil, items.
6229 Ashwood Ln
ARL -mult fam, Sat
8:30am. Spanish Point
Subdiv, nr Mccormick &
Mt. Pleasant
ICW- Multifamlly gar.
Sse 8/5. 2512 Winding
M Springs Ct. In Bent-
water Subdv, off
Hodges Blvd. clothing fum,
more
Julington Creek
CHURCH WIDE
RUMMAGE SALE!
Raffle table, activities
for kids & food.
We have something
for everyone!
Unity Church For
Creative Living
2777 Race Track Rd.
Fri. 8/25 & Sat. 8/26
Bam'2pm
Call 904-287-1505
www.unityinjax.com
Mandarin 3 Family Salel
Sat 8.12N office chairs,
SS racks, desks, book-
cases. furn, clothing,
toys. Take San Jose
South to Westberry Rd.
to 14660 Longview Cir.
Mandarin Big Yard Salel
Sat 8.2; 1719 Plantation
Oaks Dr. off Mandarin
Rd. LG VARIETY of Items!
Mayport NS, Aug. 26
8am-2pm, 610B Oregon
City St. Furn, bikes
baby gear, household
items,b ooks, etc.
Orange Park, Cedar Bend
Area. Sat & Sun 9-3;
1957 Swallow Run E.
children clothes.
Org Park Sat. 9a-4p beds,
bikes, kids toys, clths,
&MORE! 4646 Rhatt Ct.
Org Prk Fri 8/25 Sat 8/26
9.5; 471 Sigsbee Rd.
Antqs, tools, Irg. trailer.
4 PERSPECTIVE CHIEF
S PETTY OFFICER
k1 GARAGE SALE SAT
8/26 WINN DIXIE
PARKING LOT NEXT TO JR'S
6A-12P
Riverside Sat 8a-2p
2344 Myra St wsh/dryr
electrncs, sports, furn.
W'side 8/26 8a-Sp Baby/
HH items, clths, vin-
tage furn/45's BB cards,
14698 Moore Branch Rd.


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94s Garage Musical ; 10 5Pets 1300 Motorcycles
945 Sales 970 Merchandise/ 1010 Supplies 1300 otorcycles
Services CUSTOM CHOPPER
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE MINI CHIHUAHUA PUPS C2004, CHI, ENGINE
This Sat & Sun Have Baby Grand Piano $4900 Wormed & 1st shots.Vet 6-SPEED, TRANS
Your Garage Sale at Hobart M Cable GH62 V $250 & up 912.45&-2350 BLK/PRPL CUSTOM
The Market Place! 5'4" Ebony 904-304-1700 MINI DACHSHUNDS POP GRAPHICS/ PAINT, LOTS OF
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA Drum Sets (150) $149Up 3f/2m, AKC/CKC blood- C M,2 -0953
New Spc & hdwr $349300 line, no papers. $250 904-629-0953
950 Garden/ Guitars $49Up 387.6527 w/HC. 9wks oldpaper Custom Chopper 1200
,,U Lawn trained, 904-298 2958 / 2005, streached frame,
KEYBOARDS extended, forks must
One roland Fanthom PARAKEETS-2 extended, 13forks must
CRAFTSMAN RIDING XA and V-Snth 61 FR W, BLUE, call11, re almi
S LAWNMOWER20HP Keys, In perfect con- I INCLUDES LARGE o1r rA
42" cut double-bag- ditlon, both for $2200. CAGE, GOODHOME 91276-3437
ger, Industrial engine, Call 407-756-3866 NEEDED. CALL 269-7318 HARLEY DAVIDSON
$500. Ed wk 8922 or KOLanCmbl98'HERITAGESOFTAIL
904-277-057 KOHLERand Camnbell PARAKEETS- FREE 20k MILES, INCLUDES
.I1 upright Piano with 2 yellow/ blue \i)'ALLkOMIINCLUDES
CUBCADET RIDER bench. $750. 406 2757 includes large cage. PLUS ORIGINAL PARTS
/ MOWER 2004 'L good home needed. PLUS PGRADDE.ONS ANDLL
S LESS THAN 50 HRS, PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA UPGRADES $12,500. CALL
RUN TIME 18.SHP. 42" YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST PIT BULL APBT/UKC PUPS 378-1568
DECK, AUTOTRANS,CRUISE, WHOLESALE.714-0141 10wks. 1M/2F $300 u p. HARLEY L1200 '02
$1150OBO.771-2829 ROCKER RECLIERS POP 904230-829 black sissy bar, laced
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand 2 BERKUNE BLACK POMERANIAN PUPPY wheels, dealer svcd, 3
CHEAPI 904-497-9666 td IJ LEATHER excel- Red male, AKC, 7mo's, all yrs left on warrty $7500
lent and good shots, 904-612-8390 Bob 386-462-0120
4, MOWER condition, $350, Sauder ID-'97 Roadkino 15k
Cubcadet2004Rlder computer deskwith POM POOS TO Y HD adng1k
Mower, less than 50hr chalr,$50. $375-$475. Call El, loaded, $11,500.
run tme42"deckaut 912-729-2090 309-0115or 309-0244 287-2177
trans. cruise, 18.sbs, STROUDPLAYER POODLES Tiny Toys Pups HD DYNA SUPER GUDE
$1200bo. 771-2829 PIANO vory Keys, males $475 females $500 with saddlebags,
I RIDING LAWN 1 Black & Apricot 565-4442 wgara ddikept, sell.
TRACTOR nin student POODLES Toy, AKC, 340625
12 h.p. 1 .
runs&cutsgood. entertnment,$500 females HC 10 wks. H.D.-Roadking, '05,
$400obo.282-6946 247-6625 $500. 904-389-9506 clen, 45ml custom

955 Household 980 Sporting gorgeousto loving hms 305-6977 928-9922
955 Furniture 980 Goods only. 386.364-4377 0 HDJSPORTSTER03'

ARMOIRE GOLF CART 2001 11wks, HC, 612-805-9157 PL K 300M
SSOULID CHERRY $800 as is. or 772-643-2912, Email : CHOND GS. $6800.
4 COMPUTER ARMOIRE. Ph. 338- 6129 sjacksonvllle6@aol.com 568-9653/ 642-072
PERFECTSHAPE$600. GOLFCLUBS Sheities AKC HC, avail Honda250Rebel.06'
EW $20.542-8698 (8 sets) w/bags $300 now. Reduced to $300. Grea250starter street
41 Baby Bed 904-777-9047 Good homes 259-7794 I bike, under rk miles,
Basset, Excellent HOME EXERCISE SHELTE 3y/o pedigree sports sheild trans-
26-38conditon,74- MACHINE. 25 DIFFER- w/papers Rdy for breedg ferabl, extended warranty.
S264-3486 or 742-7797 \J j ENT WEIGHT EXER- $300obo. 904-721-5453 $3900. 912-882-8421
Baker's Rack CISES. COST $2200. Hooda 2,
Antique metal, 3 NEW, $5O0 00. 343-2494, Shiba Inu M. 9mos old racebikepr circu,
shelves, 1 glass, exc. LEAVE MESSAGE $250; Loving homes g.1. raphics, straight line
cond$. Jenngs Compound needed. 904-291-5169 suspension, fast
912- -7104 Bow, #70 29" SIBERIANHUSKIESMales $1200 obo. call 241-6027
BDRM SET 6pc ncl. Qn Draw,8carbon 2bk/wht&Snowwhte for morfo
matt set, new in box barrows, eld tips, 904.665.6415/272.5936 & HONDA DIRT2006,
$499. Can del. 391-0015 broadheads target fully T BIKE 230 CC
loaded, calt2416027. SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS, t | 4-STROKE, PERFECT
BED $100 1/1 $300 obo. ACA, shots & HC POP, 2 CONDmON, RED, LESS,
Brand name box & matt L JET SKIS (2) $350.797.1993/377-4922 20 HOURS, RIDE TIME, KYLE,
QN SETCan del8 89350 WITH TRAILER. CALL YORKIE PUPPY, AKC, 338-7485 0BO.
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price 942647142 OR all shots, male HONDA SHADOW
Queen and Full Same Price $0 miniature. 904612.8390 SPIRIT 1100.2002.
King $160 (904)674.0405 PARABODY GS-6 -extra YORKIE PUPS9-AKC 128h09825 miles,
weights reat cond, -teu windshieldug
BED 30NPTbox& $800obo 19741500 00 rac, black, $4200 .
BED $1s brano name cash. oxe pu, AKC Call Mike 904D4654315
new in plastic.858-935 POOL TABLE-Great $400 cash. 904-449.4267
condition, Includespool M, HONDA SHADOW
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top rack and sticks $4100 YORKI MINI, SPIRIT 200, BLACK,
Brand New398-5200 can Deliver Call 287-7857 FOR SALE, CKC reg. Avail 745CC, V-TWIN
BED $370 ALL NEWSept. 7th 90 7090537-0239 ENGINE, 200MLESSELL 2 Boats (94)277-717
BED $195. A Brand Name UNIVERSAL TYPE $499900 CONTACT KYLE
King Set. NEW w/warr xja PULLEY, STACKED 843-367-8928
Can deliver. 391-0015 t WEIGHT SET, WElDER KAWASAKI 635 -'04, exc
BED $299 Brand name K 1010 PMODEL WESY 19511 cond $4800
pill top SET. New, w/ BARELY USED.Vespa coote ET203
warr. Can del.bo 391-0015 INCLUDED,$50railers/ cond $2500 9042731452
912-729-7552 SCOOTER. 150cc Stella,
BED $349 Beautiful new WEIDER PRO 4100K C2003 88miles, Almost
tema-pte inMplabtic,o 7yr HOME WEIGHT SYS- ra]Spo]ta OI New with helmet. Wife
war s398-200can deiiv 1 0 TEM, LIKE NEW, $100 says I ave to seh.n
OBOra CALL MARK 1200Aviation $2000 Cal John 77
BED $370 ALL NEW 904-537-0034 MUST SELL 1205 Boats (904)277-7017
Sets. Kings from $599 1215 Boat Dockage & boots, worn twice,
(904)67, 4.0405 Rentalis Npd $27S. Askd i$100.
220BUNK BEDS Marine Equipment al Auto60Parrts
BED $395 Solid wood LEAVEandMESSAppies former nfo.












cherry sleigh bed w/62- C and G SuppliesR 2
cmatt. box. Retail $950. Basse1230 un and uppliesFOX Spster XLH1200
h8589350 Can deliver 35RV Rentals cycle shack pipes,
BED FRAME $20, MS Pets and 00 Motorcycles/Mini G 200a2, S/ card, bags,2
2PALM, $20 STEP EE- 5342/9043680 Bikes 2428293 -ns s, r$6K oo,
BOK $45 BOYDS BEARS w ith BICHON FRISE AK30 Auto Brokers 904-70-7901 afor
WALLHANGING $28 CD 1005 Livestock & 1310 Auto Parts Suzuki 82' GS 1100E
$15ROCKS 20/ PR 608-2285 1315 Auto Rent/Lease Runs great, $1600.

atr cdtd $3000, asking 13$2000 or Less 50cc ow miles, exc.
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S BOY ROCKER t &Supplies 1350Misc. Auto 912-674-0425 BOARDS, BACKREST,
massagersll772-1916 $425 2293860235 135Autos/Truck LOADED WITH
rate controls. some Horse&Kennel Warehouse Wanted CHROME,NEVERTITLED,40
extras. $4200 neg 1096 E.18thStreet*354-7634 ILES,387-572/t$3k
386-325-0078 Iv msg www.horseandkennel om RG -
BREAKFAST.NOOK 1205 Boats iYAMAHA VIRAGO 1100

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Callnew$75at912-322-2021 Terrier AKC Adults C umnum taler,200 1995 TO 1999 TOYOTA
Blue Pit Bull Pups hp, Johnson Out board, 19 95 TACOMA INCLUDES
CHINA CABINET -corner ADBA/UKC 904-291832 $l40bo. 904- 55-0486 BUMPER KT. NEVER
vintage 1940's. $275. KING HARLES $950 ;R sm -F96 3M pN 5
Cabinet wood glass b. Aquarimh um75galon,. 32ft/1989 Aluminum Boat OPENED.135.3428698
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OFFICE DESKlight-Anti, fiue, CA ersytem r t ral d B ACURA2005TLs
Couc4-5 U Alg, fors a ne trolling mtorS411b, 41 BEETLE ENG, CAM, OIL
Couch- Unique, teak. two saltwater fish. thrust, $550 obo. FILTER-RESERVOIR,
Sobo. Leave Mssage Call Tom 912-258-0644 or LAFER ARGE INTAKE
BLUEoverseas, immaculate, 74912-882-6371 912-576-87imeVALVES, RUNS GREAT.
conditionrice neg. Basset Hound Puppies. EDTRA RADIO ACU$200781-1532
28$Ready togo 850- 929-F20854 90HP. MESC BIMINI 7 GoodYear wrangler
INGRO ng Room, $176 5 CHAIRS TOP POLLING PLAT-$2 4 each.P/2575waranty.6,
obo table, leaf, four BEAGLE PUPS AKC lOwks FORM FISH & DEPTH kf mounted Chevy
chINArs chin closet, Ch. bloodlines $300ea. FINDER RADIO GALV Truck/SU95 chrome,
CAL221-6973 2595342/904-364- 8027 TRAILER $14 242ATE293 insert, ms, derrick

Dining Tble- Oak with BICHON FRISE AKC POP 2 ft aIn/Out BoarL c 6 LV MSG1
removable leaf, 4 males 2510Rfemales. Andy RegalMaerine2000.
matching chairs, orol.ceb 9129-729-76054 982.04-673-25ew HP1904 engine, MOTORCYCLE HELMET















































ps avaluponrequest DALMATIAN PUPS SUZUKI/TOHATSU Miles 05,995 998oig a
$150bo. 904-278-1029 Blood Hound 3M/3F 0gavanized20fte$30LEXUS ACKSONVILLE
150 o 94 r-2 DOBERMA, Ashoreiander trailer $12010. t, tankfor spLoadrer
blonde $200 obo. 229- Great condition. 472-3678/ $110. RegularTunnel.
Ethan Alen Round 245- 9592, 229Boat74s,8451 282 T0493 912-729-8178
S Wooden Table Dark BORDER COLLIES -pups 18' Horizon 180, CC 150ohp RIMS/TIRES -18" Chrome
nish w/4, charge reg, $200-$400 each. OB VHF. 34gal bit in rims w/Faulken tires,
illows$250904-260-2086 declaws removed.321-274-3370 fue WEEKS M399. ARIN904343-3331 440% used, rig cost
Italian DR set& china $1600. Asking $725
cabinet Must see to Bosto$TerrlerPuppies 19CarolnaSki LEXUS 534-6462 Mike
appreciate. (4)piecEAF M/CKC rg, hth crt. sfloat-on trail BMWer 0hp,
waterbed w/mattress, 8 wks old 904-7653084 | ? Yamaha 4-stroke ,9 TIRES-(4) 33" Super
/Liv rmset 904-7718435 BOXER Female 1 yr old, motor,25hr.$12,00 Swamer irs an4,55016
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S KING WATERBED NLISHBUL O/3m M Ciy, wheels good
FRAME $305.Water- Y4703-8646bo912-condition, $600 obo.
bedfram3 er/7k' 19ff. Fish and ski 05' 912-882-9591
l bed frame waking BOXER I 140hp, Suzuki trailer,
mattress oak, lighted Free 6 yr old female GPS, Dephh an fish TIRES
headboard,576-7377/ boxer, spayed. She is l finder, $14,$o500. Hw or
91CALL246-2803866 very loving and s Cal 912-727-6347/ rims, low profile,
V LA-Z-BOY ROCKER great with kids, cats& 912-674-04239 678-852-4201
Srecliners, two med. other dogs. 94-629-5892 RO SPORT9 TRUCK BOX
itblue, Excellent con- BOXER Puppies, AKC, great offshore boat, : / Diamond plateotruck
dition.CBoth for $. Beautiful Fancy, S/W Extras. $8900 334-0341 4.'box, likenew,firsGMC
6 $425. 229-389-0235sport side 48", 58"
a& -R9NGS$-2 529-3 035 19' Sea Pro 'O5,17hrs, upper width. $2O0.
MATTR & SPRINGS -2 BOXER PUPSACA reg, ctrconsole 150 Honda, 904.632-5022
new, never been used & 3F, 1M, HC, POP, $600. 4 strokew/50 Honda,
2 frames $200 434-1686 904- 824- 4076 low/traider, PS4 Wanted Trailer itch
I O4loaded.$24,000. for Volvo 240.1I will
MOVING MUST SELL -47" Boxer Pups AKC $400. 904 556 2333 1 remove from your car.
sony TV. 5yrs old, $700. 8 weeks old, shots & ,k9f,5Penrtfromge. ur7-5 r.
Oakant cnter, holds 30" wormed. 912-576-3414 ft, 05' Penn CraftG0
26x25, almost new, $4g BOXERS 4 yr old fean. trallerGPS, depth /
619-6460 well manered $75.4 mo finder, many xtras. 1320 Clan ics
old male $125.2, 2yr old call 912-729-6345 or _Classics
GREAT CONDITION CHEVY IMPALA '71
$200.264-6364 BOXERS AKC Purebred ' PWC 1992, Custom Mlit Cond. 44"
Reg. Chmpn BlAin. Taisi New molorYamaha r"oam, 402 big block
0. OAK CRIB. docked. di e,..cia s, j, Waverunner III runs turbo glide trans. fee
/ Drawer underneath, removed $7'001F- great, trailer Inclu. tory duals, original bill
excellent condition, $600(Mi) Cail SL300 obo. Call 92 882 6444 sheet & window sticker.
mattress, sheets 904 225 8238-88.3 9325 Very rare car. Drives per
moblle,protecivepad. BOXE" 21FTrSEA CHASER fect. No rust. S101O
new $75. 912-729-2461 .r,t C center console, down
1.579-5361 756-1200 rigger, steelprp., FORD MUSTANG 07


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378-1568 Pointers M/F, all shot y00.thr, 98k mxc543con
378^-15 sOrvis indorsed kennel. 00. Call 992-8543
achin Na. field champ on CADILLAC ELDORADO
960 Machinery remis Ready tool -'93, pearl white, 81k
9 &Tools $500& up. 229.263.9498 mi, very clean, grey
a tithr. 3l5260-435
CARPENTR GERMAN SHEPHERDS 6 $ 2045
CARPENTERS Beautiful pups, POP, 1st CADILLAC DEVILLE '00.
NAIL GUNS&SAWS. shots, black& tan. Red metallic, leather,
904-777-9047 $200ea. 386-758-3082 loaded, 58K mi. Only
FARM TRACTORS: 90 GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS OA I oFF $1400 down. 674-4444
Massey Ferguson 27hp AKC, HC, Shots, POP, SV MR P CADILLAC DEVILLE'05.
mint cond, il eqpt 10wks old. 2F/1M, $350. Il.l'.l .i, White/beigelthr, 9400mi
$7600; 202 ,iCB Robot Middleburg 262-1161 w fac war.$3,975.7779119
Skidsteer, mint cond
$15,500; All low hours. GREAT DANE PUPS,AKC, / CADILLAC CTS '03
904-910-2525 3 liters, Excepting $200 "l Pearl white, nay.
s-_--^ ~~N/R dep. 904.32& 4625 Pearl white, nav.
.0 DUTCHMAN CLASSIC chrome wheels
965 Medical GREAT DANE PUPS CKC 31'2004 pull behind RV $18,840 998-0012
__ __ reg.. 3 litters blue merle split floor plan with- LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBK259-4781 cntr slideout sleeps 5.
4, ELECTRIC $18k obo, 912-882-7095 Camaro S, 2000
WHEELCHAIR GREAT DANES AKC PUPS 1 Loaded T-Top, auto,
kf Turbo pride electric Black/ blue S/W $800 MotorhomeMustSelll L red,66kmiles,$13K.
wheelchair/scooter, 904-259 -8304/254-2607 1987 Winnebago 37 CallNate 904434-1385
used less than 10 hours. I foot27K miles, great
Paid $3400 sacrifice $2400. LAB PUPS AKC Yellow t weekender. 5KW CAMARO SS-2000
904-215-5889 Quality English lines. Owan,$9K obo. Loaded, T-Top, auto,
0. $500-$600 284.6606 912.882.4168/912-258-0580 L? red, 69K miles, $13K.
MEDICAL SCOOTER LABRADOODLES Call Nate. 904434-.1385
X RALLY LABRADOODLES T NAVION '06 RV
RED MAX CAP.250LBS, lOwks, bik, 1M/1F, 23' TURBO DIESEL, A CHEVY CAMARO SS
EXC. COND. ASKING 904-388-5971 ONAN GENERATOR, I2000 $69,500 mies, red
$850 NEG. CALL 716-7197 LABRADOODLES 4258 MILES, MUST Jl LSI V8, auto, t-tops,
8wks SELL! 904-220-6964 leather loaded, power
Musical 904-246-4840 PROWLER everythin% runs strong very
M il 904.2464840 PROWLER 32' 2003, 5th tst.04-434-138
970 Merchandise/ LABS/AMERICAN WhI; 3/4ton Chevy; New
Services AKC. $200 all colors, 6x8 Util. Bldg-Pkg Deal CHEVY CORVETTE
850 65-67495 $42,000obo. 386-467.7024 .T CONVERTIBLE
Alto Sax, uplter, MALTESE PUPPIES, WINNEBAGO '32.8" -'02, ond ,gaera, exellent
JA-769-767 series 2 Males Avail 9/1 ClassA,diesel, 6sp All new tires. $26,500. 378-9622
k used. Includes hard $650ea 386-754`8752 son Transmission
case, neck strap, Cummins 300hp Turbo CHEVY CORVETTE -'03,
mouth piece, cork grease, MALTESE loaded, low miles, 50th Anniversary, red,
cleaning cloth. all $750 & $950 $95,000 obo. 716-8559 con. 7kmi $k.
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998-0012 912-729-5835 $500 obo. 247-6625 am/im 6 CD sum n ,like JA&N U RMiles e new $22,840. 998-0012
998-0012 HONDA CIVIC DX '94, 9.ne2 w $18k obo 5- 5 LOT, $1 s-. Fully Equip $28,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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Convertible, rd,1 whi $2km SATURN '01 -speed, non turbo 16" DODGE 1500 LWB '99. AT, FORD RANGER 92' L 998-0012 O TOYOTA HIGH-
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tI 0m4LFtching h t tan, DeautlN like 998-0012V8163 sell, fullyloaded with cruise GMC JIMMY '99 $2200 obo. 904-233-7908 '04. Top of the line, lowAu
autcond well mainheelstained 58K minew $2813,975.2598-00120 CHEVROLET Ranchero New Bos This Won't last Long miles. $29,995.8995853
$ls,75086or -42 2wter LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1550 CASSAT AVE TOYOTA SOLARA n 302.1977. 300 ml, FOD9124676156 $2995 NISSAN XTERRA 'GS
$4000 bo9048852597 MPV9 XCab 4 doors. 400 Trans FORDEXCUPLORER LTD.4 66-245-SUPERVALUE $699ation, DVDTrStar
INFINITI Q45 '98. AT, AC, 891 "8672 t j leather interior fully lockout shifter, minor XLT. W hite, AT, dual AC, COGGIN CHEVYG __V_ a sB ss__ONLY $800.
100,318 AUTOMATIC A Ther, loaded, 78Km. eg 387-4041 loadedtNAV A ste ,1300 obo. 242-8293 9 pass Nice! $12,975. 1-800-441-3.886 r.n- a .
S4X4, RHINO LINER.3 210-3004 Keith 904-2- Call 674-4444 '04 Only 30,000 excellent condition,
AM TOO JAGUAR SType '03 Mike904 404miles, like new. TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD CHRYSLER TOWN & like new barely use d,
NEWTIRESN TOW PACKA, fJAUlSy e 'Trucks / FORD EXPEDITION $25,340. 998-0012 loaded. 58,300 mi. Very COUNTRY '02. Low mi, Tecumseh Engine, one hal-
LEXUSO.LE 4.2.fullyequipped. VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE Trailers DDIEAUER 0' D LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE clean. $10975. 674- loaded $8995. 895853 met included. 912-73-32
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FORD MUSTANG CONV 03 17 K MILES, CLEAN $10995 Book Fully Loaded 1 owner exc cond. 47K ml Fully Equi. $41,780
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