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Master Chief Retires
Tutt Says Goodbye After 30 Years
Page 4


Sports Challenge
Commands Compete For Trophy
Pages 6-7


'Slim Down' Ends
Participants Meet Their Goals
Page 14


THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 2006


www.jaxairnews.com


Diversity celebrated at Cultural Awareness Fair

j9il.yM(BySW) Bill Larned


Photo by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
Members of the Polynesian "Pearls of the Pacific" perform a Tahitian dance for the crowd at the Multi-Cultural
Awareness Fair Aug. 24.


he NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee
(MCAC) hosted the sixth annual Multi-Cultural Awareness
Fair at the Bachelor Officer's Quarters Pavilion Aug. 24. Base
personnel arrived to view exhibits, eat cuisine from half a dozen
countries and enjoy ethnic dance performances.
The event was the product of cooperation between the creativity of
base personnel and tenant commands. Coordinating all the efforts in
helping make the
day's events pos-- .,a
sible, the MCAC --
is composed of
volunteers from LA
different com- ,
mands at NAS
Jax.
Providing col-
orful choices for
lunch, the base
galley served at-
tendees an exotic
variety of flavors,
including chicken
curry, pasta,
mixed vegetables Photos by MCI (SW) Bill Lamed
and traditional AT2 Nicole West, AT3 Fabien Serrano and AT3
barbecue food for i/..,M- i A C# ir*n mi:-, Un.:..*.-


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Detachment Jax, share a moment at the Hispanic
culture table.


Navy Reserve Readiness Command Southeast hosts chief's conference


By MC1 William Lovelady
Special Contributor
M ore than 20 command chiefs from
Navy Operational Support
Centers (NOSC) throughout the
Southeast and South regions gathered
here for the Navy Reserve Readiness
Command (REDCOM) Southeast Senior
Enlisted Leader Symposium Aug. 23.
Some of the NOSCs from Louisiana and
Texas were part of REDCOM South and
joined the REDCOM Southeast team Oct. 1.
The two-day conference was an opportu-
nity for the command chiefs, senior chiefs
and master chiefs from the region to spend
some face-to-face time and bring nearly
500 years of combined Navy experience to
work on the issues enlisted leaders face as
the Navy continues to integrate its active
and reserve components.
To kick off the event, CMDCM Matthew
Davis of REDCOM Southeast, proposed
the creation of several new enlisted pro-
grams for the newly expanded region.
These included a regional chief petty offi-
cers association, a regional Sailor of the
quarter for full-time-support and Selected
Reservists (SELRES) and a regional enlist-
ed leadership award. All were approved


Photo by MC1 loellen Finerfrock
REDCOM Southeast Command Master Chief,
CMDCM Matthew Davis, addresses his
regional command chiefs at a symposium
held here last week.
and the newly-formed REDCOM
Southeast chiefs mess got down to busi-


ness-the business of readiness.
REDCOM Southeast Chief Staff Officer
Cmdr. Dan Harris set the tone when he
said, "The whole reason we exist is to serve
our drilling Reservists, to make sure they
are ready to answer the call. The drilling
Reservists are why we are here."
There are many areas that affect a
Reservist's ability to meet the needs of the
Navy. Two days of briefings by more than
a dozen subject matter experts, some of
whom manage or developed the programs
they were presenting, covered everything
from medical and dental readiness to fami-
ly readiness, funding, physical fitness,
drug abuse, the government travel charge
card and manpower issues.
Not only did the enlisted leaders learn
about new programs like National Call to
Service, online detailing and electronic
service records; that will impact their cen-
ters in the immediate future, they could
give feedback to leadership about the chal-
lenges they deal with daily, at the deck-
plate level.
Another challenge facing the expanded
REDCOM Southeast is disaster prepared-
ness. As the NOSCs in Louisiana and
Texas join, it becomes the region where
most hurricanes will likely strike. The


readiness commander's priorities are pro-
tection of personnel, protection of other
assets and continuity of service.
"We are going to be the hurricane region;
We have to be ready to muster our SEL-
RES and families," said Capt. Don Burns
Southeast Readiness commander. "We can-
not forget the families of mobilized
Reservists either."
Disaster preparedness doesn't end with
hurricanes either. Commands also face the
real threat of flooding, fire and a chemical,
biological or radiological attack.
Although it was a long trip for many of
the command chiefs to come to
Jacksonville, they all agreed it was well
worth the effort. "When I first found out
about this, I had reservations about the
value. Now I think it's the best thing they
could have done," said EMC(SW) John
Kummer from NOSC Corpus Christi, one
of the new centers in the region.
Davis said he received similar responses
from many attendees. "The importance of
the conference was for the centers to
understand that we are here to support
and assist them. If they are failing, we are
failing, and we don't plan to fail," said
Davis.


CPO selectees give



back to the community


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By ITI John Mullen
Special Contributor
Several NAS Jax chief selectees rolled
up their sleeves Aug. 19 to lend a
helping hand to HabiJax by working
on some new homes for Jacksonville resi-
dents. "It's an incredible feeling to be
involved with this project, we are literally
putting a roof over someone's head," said
HM1 Jonathon Wells of the Disease Vector
Ecology and Control Center.
Under the direction of expert builders,
volunteers are able to accomplish tasks
that significantly reduce the cost of build-
ing a new home. With this direction and a
morning prayer, the chief selectees set out
to make a difference. The goal for the day,
presented by the HabiJax staff, was to pre-
pare and prime a new home located in the
McNair Park Villas, a HabiJax community
comprised of 94 new homes.
The first task was to ensure the molding
and doors were smooth and ready for the
paint primer. The caulking guns and wood


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putty were put to swift use and the work
went by quickly. After this had been com-
pleted, the paint primer was applied to the


A group of chief selectees from NAS Jax gather in front of the Habijax
Aug. 19.
unfinished surfaces. Many of the volun- Having accomplish
teers had done this type of work before on earlier, the consensi
their own homes and drew upon this was to push forward
knowledge to execute the tasks with preci-
sion. See HABIJA


Photos by ITI John Mullen
house they worked on

ed the goal set forth
us among the group
and paint the walls,

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NAS Jacksonville emergency hotline
NAS Jacksonville has a hotline for service members, Department of
Defense employees, contractors and their families to call during an
emergency that warrants evacuation such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-849-6024 to check in with the base upon
arriving at an evacuation destination and to verify if the order to return to


the Jacksonville area has been given. They can also email the NAS Jackson-
ville Emergency Operations Center at nasjax.eoc.fct@navy.mil to relay their
status and ask for assistance.
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 preparedness office at 542-5595.


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Military retirement seminar

coming up next month
A military retirement seminar will be held at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club Sept. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The seminar is open to all military retirees, spouses, sur-
viving spouses and military personnel nearing retirement.
S -- UPresentations will cover pay matters, legislative action
and other topics of interest for military retirees. Booths
File photo with additional information will be manned by officials
A group of Marines graduate from training at Naval Air Technical Training Center Jacksonville in October 1954. from the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Defense Finance and
Accounting Service, Veterans Administration, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville, TRICARE Health Benefits Office,
Urology, Wellness Center, legal services and various other
military organizations.
Entrance to Naval Air Station Jacksonville requires a
O N THE HOM EFRONT current Department of Defense vehicle decal and military
ID. For additional information, call 542-2766, Ext. 126 or
fr j email raojax@nasjax.navy.mil.
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A Troops To Teachers/Spouses To Teachers brief Will
A be held Sept. 12 at 9 a.m. at the NAS Jax Chapel
Annex. To reserve a seat, please call the Navy
College Office at 542-2477/2475.
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CS2(SW) NADIA SHURIAH

Job title/command:
NAS Jax Supply
Department

Hometown: Jamaica, W.I.

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS Gettysburg
(CG 64)

Career Plans: To become a cardiologist.

Most Interesting Experience: Seeing the
different countries while in the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: No matter how hard or
difficult things may be, don't lose faith!
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SOL RIDGEWELL

Job title/command:
MWR Recreation Aide

Hometown: Sao Paulo,
Brazil

Family Life: Happily married with a beauti-
ful dog.

Past Duty Stations: None

Career Plans: To pursue a my education
and someday become an attorney.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
around the world.

Words of Wisdom: Reading is a gift to the
mind and a gift to the spirit.


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






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................apt. 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 J01 Mike England
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
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Tutt retires from Navy


with 30 years of service


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
CMDCM(SW/AW) Veronica' Tutt,
command master chief of Naval
Reserve Readiness Command
Southeast, retired Friday in a ceremony
at the Bachelor Officer Quarters Pavilion
with more than 30 years of distinguished
naval service. Guest speakers for the cer-
emony were her brothers, retired U.S.
Army Capt. Louis Tutt and Lt. Cmdr.
Timothy Tutt.
Tutt, an Army brat, was raised in
numerous cities in the United States.
She enlisted in the Navy's TAR Program
in 1978 as a storekeeper. "When I joined,
I wasn't really committed to the Navy so
I just did two years at a time. I missed
the travel after growing up in a military
family," she said. Those two years kept
being extended until Tutt found herself
making senior chief petty officer and she
decided she was. definitely making the
Navy a career.
During her first tour at Naval and
Marine Corps Reserve Center Atlanta,
Tutt was promoted to second class petty
officer. In 1982, Tutt transferred to
Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center
Brooklyn, N.Y. Two years later, she took
her first independent duty assignment at
Naval Reserve Center Wilmington, N.C.
During this tour, Tutt was advanced to
first class petty officer.
In 1986, Tutt reported to Commander,
Naval Reserve Force New Orleans where
she was promoted to chief petty officer
and earned her bachelor of science
degree in management from Northwood
University.
In 1990, she transferred to Inshore
Undersea Warfare Group One in San
Diego as the logistics officer. During this
tour, she was promoted to senior chief
petty officer. Three years later, Tutt was
selected to attend the United States
Army Sergeant Major Academy in El
Paso, Texas. She then reported to
Readiness Command Region Nineteen
where she earned her master's degree in
human resource management and was
promoted to master chief petty officer.
In 1995, Tutt requested sea duty on
board USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67)
where she served in various capacities
within the supply department. "My
favorite tour was on board the ship. It
was challenging and we broke new
ground on that ship. I was one of the
first three females on board. Women
going to sea, is probably the biggest
change I've seen throughout my career.
It was exciting," she stated. "There was
so much controversy about it but our
Navy really is an equal opportunity
employer. Sure, there are still some
places we can do better, especially in the
senior levels of management, but we are
getting there."
Three years later, Tutt was selected for
the Navy's Command Master Chief pro-
gram and attended the Senior Enlisted
Academy in Newport, R.I. Her first tour
as a command master chief was at the
Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center
Jacksonville. In 2000, Tutt transferred to
the Naval Reserve Personnel Center in
New Orleans. She assumed duties as
command master chief of Naval Reserve
Readiness Command Southeast in
August 2003.
"I think the things I will miss most
about the Navy is the camaraderie and
the chiefs mess. There is nothing like it.


Online appointment system


available for ID cards


From Personnel
Support Detachment
Jax
Appointments for ID
cards may be made
on the Web site to
avoid the wait associated
with walk in customers.
Appointments can be made
by civilians, retirees and
active duty members in
advance for all types of ID
cards.
Appointments are taken
from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. daily.
Walk in customers will con-
tinue to be served on a first
come, first served basis;


however, customers with
appointments have priority.
Appointments can be
made online at www.
psalant.navy.mil.
Appointments can be can-
celled or rescheduled by the
customer on the Web site
and the site also shows
when scheduled outages
will occur.
All dependent children
are required to have an ID
card when they turn 10
years old. All dependent
children transferring over-
seas must have an ID card.
If ID cards are required for


more than one dependent,
make individual appoint-
ments for each dependent.
ID cards can be reissued
30-45 days prior to current
expiration date and can be
requested by mail for any-
one who is not physically
able to travel to the
Personnel Support Detach-
ment (PSD). The request
must include a picture
(5x7), a letter from a doctor
stating that the person can-
not travel to the PSD and a
copy of the current ID card.
Avoid the wait, make
your appointment today!


POW/MIA Observance set for Sept. 13


CMDCM(SW/AW) Veronica Tutt
I have a brother who was in the Army
and another one in the Air Force and we
talk about the differences in our services.
Nothing compares to being part of the
Navy's chief mess," said Tutt, quietly.
"I will also miss the travel. I'm not sure
what I'm going to do next. Right now I'm
just going to sit back and pray and take
some time to myself. I'm fortunate that I
can do that for awhile."
"This job has also been one of my most
memorable. I thoroughly enjoyed getting
out there and talking with the people in
our different commands. It's been very
rewarding," she said.
"I got an e-mail the other day from a
young lady who I talked with a couple
years ago. She just made chief and told
me that it was something I said back then
that really made her strive to accomplish
her goals in the Navy. Those are the
things that make it all worthwhile."
As for the future, Tutt just plans to play
it by ear and take it one day at a time.
"Another job will come for me but I'm not
in any rush. I plan to stay in Jacksonville
right now. If something comes up that
interests me, I'll do it. I've always wanted
to do a West Pacific cruise and never had
the opportunity, so maybe I'll take a civil
service job in Japan for a couple years,"
she continued.
And what's her advice for those junior
Sailors looking to get ahead? "Take
advantage of every opportunity that
comes your way. When you are stationed
on a ship and stop in a port, go on those
community relations projects to help the
local people. Take a tour and see some
places. The Navy is a great way to see the
world," Tutt said. "And, get educated. Use
the tuition assistance and get your
degree. There is no reason not to take
classes especially if you are on shore duty.
The Navy selection boards are very fair.
Don't get comfortable in your box. If you
do a little more, you will get recognized
and make rank. Be prepared so when you
do get out of the Navy either by separat-
ing or. retiring, you are ready and can get
a good job."


From NAS Jacksonville
Public Affairs

NAS Jacksonville will
host a POW/MIA
Recognition Observ-
ance Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. at
the All Saints Chapel to
honor all Americans who
are former POWs, as well
as those who are still unac-
counted for and their fami-
lies.
The keynote speaker is
retired Navy Capt. Denver
Key. Key's A-4 Skyhawk
flying from USS Intrepid
(CVS 11), was shot down
over Ndrth 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 in-
clude 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
comrades that, "you are not
forgotten."
Military and civilian
employees at NAS Jackson-
ville as well as all other
area military installations
are invited to attend. The
military attire for partici-
pants is summer whites,
working uniform for guests
and appropriate attire for
civilians.


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In Memoriam
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Family, shipmates and friends of HM3 Truson
Aycock Jr. gathered in NAS Jacksonville's All
Saints Chapel Aug. 23 to reflect on the life and
service of a young Sailor who "made a difference."
Aycock, 22, died in a motorcycle accident early in the
morning of Aug. 19. News of his passing shocked his co-
workers and
friends at Naval
Hospital Jack-
sonville and more
than 150 were on
hand at the servic-
es to pay their final
respects.
Born in Eustis,
Fla., Aycock joined
the Navy in Aug.,
2003. He is sur-
vived by his wife,


Megan, mother.
Kathleen Smith,
s t ep fa t h e r,
Francis Knapp,
father, Truson Ay-
cock, Sr., stepmoth-
er, Tonya Aycock,
brother, Brandon
and two sisters,
Amanda and Ash-
ton.


HM3 Trlusnn Avrnck Ir.


Aycock had once
outlined his life goals in a journal stating, "My long term
education goal is to get my degree and become a social
worker. My long term career goal is to make a difference
in many people's lives, to help one person at a time,
every day."
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Raquel Bono said that service was how Aycock
went about making a difference. "HM3 Aycock's life was
about service service to family, service to his patients
and service to his country," she stated.
This was echoed in the remarks of his shipmates and
hospital leadership who spoke at the service. They
described him as a soft spoken, unassuming young man
who was developing into a leader among his fellow hos-
pital corpsmen. They remembered him with words like
"loyal, trustworthy and an insightful team player."
Aycock reported to Naval Hospital Jacksonville on
March 4, 2004, fresh out of boot camp. He first served in
the Labor and Delivery Unit assisting with more than
400 patient visits and the delivery of more than 100
babies. He later transferred to the Emergency
Department where he was a vital asset to a team of
emergency medicine professionals that treated more
than 67,000 patients last year. He became a leader
sought after to supervise junior corpsmen.


Fire inspections set for September


From the NASjax 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
throughout the month.
The intent of the inspec-
tion is to'help ensure maxi-.
mumn 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.


Ombudsman Appreciation Luncheon set


From Staff
T he annual Ombuds-
man Appreciation
Luncheon will be
held Sept. 21 at 11:30 a.m.
at the NAS Jax Officers'
Club. ,
All 'command ombuds-
men, commanding officers,
executivee officers, com-
mand master chiefs and
guests are invited.


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Tickets are now on sale at
the Fleet and Family
Support Center. For more
information, call 542-2766,
Ext.127.


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Artisan of the Quarter


By Frank Taormina,
Naval Air Depot Jax
Public Affairs Specialist
Mike Gribble, an air-
craft pneudraulic
systems mechanic
at the Naval Air (NAVAIR)
Depot, Jacksonville recent-
ly was awarded the Artisan
of the Quarter Award for
the Third Quarter, Fiscal
Year 2006 in the Industrial
Components Repair and
Modification Division.
With more than 30 years
experience in the aircraft
maintenance industry,
Gribble was chosen for the
award from among 225
artisans in the division.
Gribble was nominated
for the award by shop
coworkers who then for-
warded his nomination to
division representatives,
who ultimately made the
selection.
"I was happy just to be
nominated for the award,
and winning was a surprise
and an honor when you
consider the number and
talent of my coworkers,"?
Gribble said.
Gribble, who has been
married for 30 years and


Photo by Katherine Midyette
Naval Air Depot Jax Production Officer Cmdr. Doug Killey presents the Artisan of the Quarter
Award to Mike Gribble (center) as Al Hammond (left) and Earl Lee look on.


has one son and one grand-
son, is a retired U.S. Navy
senior chief petty officer
with 20 years of honorable
service.
He attributes winning
the award to his work
ethic, which he said he
learned at young age from


his parents and continued
with the training and lead-
ership skills he acquired
from his many years in the
Navy.
Cmdr. Doug Killey,
NAVAIR Depot Jax produc-
tion officer, had the honor
of presenting the award


and praised Gribble for his
dedication to duty and for
supporting the warfighter
and the U.S. Navy. Gribble
has been with the depot for
10 years and is now in the
running for the Artisan of
the Year Award, which will
be announced in October..


From Staff
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Registration forms can be
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From Staff


Through Navy Know-
ledge Online (NKO),
Sailors can view and
update their electronic
training jackets (ETJ) from
their work stations, home
or any other location with
Internet access, 24-hours a
day, seven days a week.
This around-the-clock
access to information is a


key functionality of NKO.
Having the right skills in
the right places at the right
times is important to
Sailors. The ETJ empowers
Sailors by giving them a
tool to manage their own
careers, one of many in
their Sea Warrior toolbox.
For more information on
ETJ visit the Navy Know-
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6 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 31, 2006


AD3 Abrigo Gavin of VP-5, effortlessly takes the ball to the hoop as defenders try their best to stop him during the Sports
Day Challenge 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Aug. 24.


LI. Brian Williams of VP-45 blows past defenders to score
an easy basket during the Sports Day Challenge 3-on-3
B sketball Tournament.

'


Lt.j.g. David Trenholm of VP-5, adds two more points to the scoreboard during the Sports Day Challenge 3-on-3 Basketball
Tournament.


COMMANDAfL IT 0U


FOR SPORTS DAY


CHAU.N,'




By LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Staff Writer
he NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR) hosted the base's first Sports
Day Challenge Aug. 24-25 bringing out record
nun er, of personnel to compete in some friendly compe- : .
tition. More than 150 Sailors came out from 14 different -
commands to proudly represent and show their spirit. -
Designated locations were set up around the base with .
MWR representatives officiating the competitions and tal- ... '
lying up points to see who would be taking the Sports Day
A group of runners wait the for the signal to start at the
N beginning of the 5K run Aug. 25.
Challenge trophy home this year.
The competition was kicked off with the blindfolded
canoe race. One of the few teams that didn't end up in the
water was Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing
Eleven (CPRW-11). They quickly made it through the
course and were able to cinch the first place title for that
race.
S o"It feels great to win first place! We attribute our win to
.our fearless coxswain," said CPRW-11 Capt. Sean Buck.
See SPORTS CHALLENGE, Page 7









HM3 jennifer Shaffer of Navy
Medicine Support Command,
keeps a watchful eye out for
oncoming projectiles, while
reaching for a dodge ball to
return to Ihe opposing side.
A group of runners from Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance
,'-.", _:.- Detachment Jax get drenched as they participate in the 5K
S... ,,., *. .run during the Sports Day Challenge.







Jlax lr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 31, 2006


PHOTOS BY MC 1(SW/AW) HEATHER EWTON, MC 1 (SW) JEFF MCDOWELL.
MC2(AW) Suzi CORNELL, MC2 BRIAN SMARR, MCSN HARRY RUCKER
"& SHANNON LEONARD


NAS jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson presents Lt. j.g. David Trenholm of,
VP-5 with the Sport's Day Challenge trophy
after the squadron won numerous events "
throughout the two-day event.

NAS: |

JACKSONVILLjE J

2006 SPORTS

DAY

CHALLENGE

RESULTS !

CO CHALLENGE CANOE RACE


Cmdr. Regina Onan of Naval Hospital Jacksonville Branch Medical
Clinic, participates in the washer competition. The competition was
much like horseshoes as contestants were required to aim for a box
and were given points based on how close they came.


HM2 Nyoka Key of Navy Medicine Support Command demon-
strates her dodge ball abilities as she gets ready to attack while
avoiding an incoming rounder.


SPORTS CHALLENGE: RAIN CAN'T


DAMPEN SPIRITS OF PARTICIPANTS

IN FIRST MWR-SPONSORED EVENT


From Page 6


"Guess what I am going to do now? I'm
going to Disney World," added Lt. Cmdr.
Scott Fuller, who was also on the win-
'ning CPRW-11 team.
The good times and camaraderie didn't
stop there. After the canoe race, the
games continued to the outdoor basket-
ball courts where a grueling 3-on-3 tour-
nament took place. VP-5 took charge of
the courts and racked up the points for
that challenge taking first and second
place. Later on in the day, Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
Jax took first and second place in the
bowling tournament men's division and
the ladies of VP-45 reigned in the two top
spots in the bowling tournament for their
division.
The second day of the competition was
almost completely washed out by the
rain. Due to the looming thunderstorms,
the golf challenge as well as the 3-on-3
volleyball tournament had to be can-
celled.
The command that has earned brag-
ging rights as this year's champions was
VP-5. Their dedication to teamwork won
the trophy and they will remain the
champions until another command tries


AME1 Jason Corse of VP-5 slams the ball
during the softball tournament which was
part of the Sports Day Challenge.


to win it from them during the next
Sports Day Challenge. Naval Hospital
Jax took second place overall and VP-30
slid into third place.
MWR is still deciding if the Sports Day
Challenge will be an annual or semi-
annual event. "We plan on making this a
tradition here at NAS Jax. With the
amount of people who came out to sup-
port the event, it doesn't seem like it will
be a problem to keep the momentum
going," said NAS Jax Athletic Director
Tim McKinney. "This was a great chance
to get everyone out here to mingle, laugh
and build camaraderie. The challenge's
success is due to the people who came out
to compete or even cheer their commands
on and also to the upper echelon giving
their support to it as well."
Overall, the competitors had fun,
laughed and enjoyed a day of unit-build-
ing competition.
ET1 David Castro of Air Ops was on
the second place team of the canoe race.
"I definitely had a great time and not to
mention, it was a great break from the
every day work schedule," he said.
For more information on the upcoming
schedule for the next Sports Day
Challenge, contact McKinney at 542-
3239.


1. CPRW-11
2. AIR OPS
3. VP-5

3-ON-3 BASKETBALL
1. VP-5 # 1
2. VP-5 #2
3. VP-62

BOWLING MEN
DENNIS SHIVE, AIMD
BRIAN KUNZ, AIMD
MICHAEL PETROFF, AIMD

BOWLING WOMEN
ALY HERBERT, VP-45
KRISTIE HUGGINS, VP-45
R.L. ALECCA, NAS JAX

DODGEBALL
NAVAL HOSPITAL JAX
AIR OPERATIONS
VP-30


SOFTBALL


KICKBALL
VP-5
NAVY MEDICINE SUPPORT
COMMAND

WASHERS
VP-5
NAVAL HOSPITAL JAX
VP-62

5K RUN MEN
PHILLIP WEISNER, VP-30
SCOTT OLIVOLO, NMSC
TONY TABLER, VP-5

5K RUN WOMEN
CHUNQIN MAI, AIMD
JENNIFER SHAFFER, NMSC
MONY EN, VP-5


1. VP-5
2. VP-45
3. VP-30


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8 lax AIr OWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 31, 2006


NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


By Linda Brown
,)IMCRS
T he Navy Marine Corp Relief
Society (NMCRS) at NAS Jax
offers, Budget for Babies classes
the first and third Wednesday of each
month. These comprehensive classes
are available to all military personnel
and their family members.
Participation of both parents is encour-
aged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and
financial planner helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget for baby
from birth through college. He offers


money saving tips for buying baby's
first items such as furniture, car seats,
carriers and strollers. Retirement
planning for parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the class each
family is given "baby's first sea bag",
valued at $100. The sturdy canvas bag
contains a Gerber layette and a blan-
ket knitted by NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in
Building 13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the
first Wednesday of each month and
from 6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information,
call 542-3515.


FFSC offers educational and support programs


From Staff "
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the avoidance of
personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes
are free and available to service mem-


,bers ,:and their families and
"Departmenit of Defense civilian per-
son nel aboard the base.-
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are avail-
able in September:
Sept. 11-14, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program


(Separating)
Sept. 12, 9 a.m. to noon Stress
Management Class
Sept. 25-28, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program
(Retiring)
Sept. 26, 9 a.m. to noon Anger
Management Class
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


CREDO seminars offered at retreat center


From Staff


The Spiritual Fitness Division
Southeast offers a variety of
spiritual retreats for anyone
holding a Department of Defense ID
card who is over the age of 18. All
transportation, programming, 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 call-
ing 270-6958. The following retreats
are coming up:


MARRIAGE ENRICHMENT
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JFEB. 9-11 AND MARCH 23-25
Married couples desiring to take
their marriage to the next level or
simply enjoy being with one another
may participate in a 48-hour retreat.
Participants must be married.
Couples must provide their own
transportation.
SPIRITUAL GROWTH RETREAT
OCT. 20-21
It is designed for those who would


like to experience a more mature rela-
tionship with God and a more mean-
ingful spiritual journey. They follow
one of four spiritual paths according
to their personality preferences. Are
* you at a spiritual plateau? Then come
to this 24-hour retreat.
PERSONAL GROWTH RETREAT
Nov. 2-5, MARCH 8-11
Come and experience the Navy's
best-kept secret! Do you need to
defrag? Then come to this 72-hour
retreat.


Naval Hospital Jax offers marriage workshops


From Naval Hospital
Public Affairs


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


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


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


Chapel offers PREP class for relationship enhancement


From the NAS lax Chapel
he NAS Jax Chapel is offering
the Prevention and Relation-
ship Enhancement Program
(PREP) Sept. 25-26 at the Chapel
Center's Fellowship Hall (Building
751). 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


following topics:
How to communicate better and
solve problems.
How to handle disagreements and
conflict.
How to promote a sense of work-
ing as a team.
How to keep friendship, fun and
intimacy alive in your marriage,
How to strengthen your commit-
ment to each other.


Military members attending the
program 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
reservations.


Armed Forces Voting Week coming up


From Staff


he Secretary of Defense has
designated Sept. 3-9 as Armed
Forces Voting Week. With the
Nov. 7 general election almost upon
us and registration deadlines even.


sooner, time is running out for Navy
citizens who want to participate in
the elections this year. This week pro-
vides ample time for you to submit a
Federal Post Card Application
Standard Form 76 or an absentee bal-
lot which meets most state deadlines.
Unit and installation voting assis-


tance officers are encouraged to hold
active promotions to encourage Navy
citizens to take part in the election
process by registering to vote. For
more information, contact the base
voting officer, TMC Calvin Price at
542-3011/2291.


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By Chaplain (iL Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette
NAS Jax Chapel
We all go into marriage with expectations, but
are they realistic? The very first rule in gun
safety, to treat every gun as if it were loaded, is
designed to disarm the dangerous expectation that the
gun isn't loaded. Why? If not, someone could get killed.
Marriages are
killed when, over
a period of time,
marital expecta-
tions are not met.
If couples head-
ing toward matri-
mony viewed
their marriage as,
the only one they .
could ever have,
they would be
more particular ..'...
whom they
marry. They
would also bewith a lawyer the first time your wife
more willing toilet seat
learn how to have ry bride i
the marriage they're are some similarities, neither is
want before Chaplain (Lt. Cmdr.) Gregg Gillette
jumping in or
calling it quits. I'm not saying, "stay in the ring while
your spouse uses you for a punching bag," however, you
shouldn't talk with a lawyer others the first time your wife,
says, "not tonight" or he constantly leaves the toilet seats
up.
It is obvious that every bride is different than her
groom, though there are some similarities, neither is
exactly alike. Some couples think if they just follow the:
golden rule, treat others the way you want to be treated,.
that is all the marital guidance they need. Let me ask;
you ladies, do you want to be treated like a man? Men,
do you want to be treated like a woman? I believe faith-
fulness to one another is a realistic expectation while.
expecting the wife to do all the. housework is unrealistic.
Disagreement with me proves my point; a realistic
expectation to one may be an unrealistic expectation to
another. Still, when expectations are not met, that leads
to frustration. Love is more than a feeling, it is also a
choice. So what's a couple to do?
First: Realize that neither of you married with the
expectation of getting a divorce. Second: If you practice
a religious faith, pray for one another. Third: Seek to
understand before pushing to be understood. From
where I sit there is one world and two views, the male
view and the female view. It's not so much that one is
right and the other wrong, they are just different. I
don't know how much planning was involved in your
wedding, but invest at least that much to learn and
understand your spouse's point of view first and then
you'll be better equipped to identify some dangerous
expectations that can destroy your marriage.
Something else that can help is attending the NAS
Jax Marriage PREP Workshop Sept. 25-26 at the NAS
Jax Chapel. PREP isn't just for those thinking about
marriage, but for all married couples regardless how
many years experience they have. PREP shows you how
to communicate more effectively to one another with the
results you both desire.
To sign up or get more information on the PREP
Workshop, call the chapel at 542-3051.




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all patrons whose birthdays were in the months of January through August. About
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FROM THE FLEET ,



Family preparedness:


Take time to plan
By FtTCM(SW/AW)
Jacqueline DiRosa
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief 'Si


Arrested landing
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In today's Navy, the reality is that shore
duty isn't the same as it used to be.
Until recently, you spent time on a ship
or overseas and then transferred to a shore
command until it was time for you to go
back to a ship. This is no longer so. Now,
anyone, anywhere may be called away as
an individual augmentee (IA). It's just a
fact of life now that being in the Navy
means being ready to go. Always ready.
And just as importantly, Sailors should
prepare their families to be ready.
Allowing families the same opportunity as
Sailors for success in an emergency is as
vital to readiness as any other precaution-
ary measure.
Family preparedness isn't just for the
married Sailors either. Single Sailors
should be communicating with their fami-
lies, too. Do your parent's, spouse or next-
of-kin know who to call if something hap-
pens back home? If something happens to
you, do they know where your important
papers are? Do they have a copy of your
will? Not being prepared for the worst is
like the old adage a failure to plan is a
plan to fail.
Planning in case of natural disasters is a
big concern, too. Hurricane Katrina, the
California wildfires these events have
taught many how to be prepared for emer-
gencies. Take time to learn from their les-
sons now. Make sure your family knows
where to call to let people know they are
okay. Get educated on the many resources
available to assist your family. Did you
know that in response to Katrina and the
incredible hurricane season we had last
year the Chief of Naval Operations created
Affected Navy Family" Assistance
(www.cni.navy.mil/cnic_hq_site/ANFA/ind
ex.htm), which sole purpose is to render
speedy and efficient aid to Navy family
disaster victims?
Just as general quarters is important to
the safety of the ship and crew, it is just as
critical to sit down with your family before
there is any urgency and create a custom
built emergency plan. A great Web site
from the Virginia Department of
Emergency Management (http://www.vae-
mergency.com/prepare/planning/index.cfm)
can assist you with the planning process.
Though it's a Virginia-based Web site, it
offers many general guidelines useful any-
where.
In relation to deployment and individual
augmentation assignments, even an expe-
rienced Sailor would find it hard to foresee
all the different issues that could come up


FLTCM(SW/AW) Jacqueline DiRosa
while away. The Navy has many forms of
support available to family members for
just those occasions. The Fleet and Family
Support Center is a good place to start.
The center offers a range of programs from
personal financial management and new
parent support to spouse employment
assistance, professional counseling and
deployment support.
Anyone who has spent more than one
deployment on a ship is aware of the run-
away rumor mill. Just think what a rumor
could do to a loved one who doesn't have a
way to check it out to see if it's true. Your
ship's ombudsman is the best place for
family members to clear up any misinfor-
mation. Hand-selected by the ship's com-
manding officer, this person is a liaison
between family members and the ship. The
ombudsman can also point family mem-
bers in the right direction when trying to
get emergency information to you.
Another good support program for Navy
spouses is the Compass Team Mentoring
program. Compass is an all-volunteer
team of experienced Navy spouses who can
introduce your spouse to the ins and outs
of daily Navy life. This three-day course
(which even provides babysitting during
the course) can also provide invaluable
resources for support while you're away.
Family preparedness planning is just as
important to your readiness as anything
you can train for on the ship. Time and
information available now will be the very
things you and your family will lack 'dur-
ing an emergency. Use this time wisely
and the outcome will have a big pay off -
maybe even save a loved one's life.


VA employee admits violating Hatch Act


From the Office of Special Counsel
he U.S. Office of Special Counsel
(OSC) has settled a complaint for
disciplinary action against Eric
Foster, a Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA) employee in Columbus, Ohio, for vio-
lating the Hatch Act. Foster was
charged with engaging in polit-
ical activity while in a gov-
ernment room or 'building.
OSC also alleged that
Foster engaged in politi-
cal activity despite hs
knowledge of Hatch Act
prohibitions. OSC filed
the complaint with the
Merit Systems Protec- :. .
tion Board (MSPB) on ,
Feb. 14, 2006.
As part of the settlement
with OSC. Foster admitted
that on July 29. 2004, he distrib-
uted campaign stickers supporting
the candidacy of Sen. John Kerry for
President of the United States at the
Chalmers P. Wylie Outpatient Clinic in
Columbus. Ohio. Further. Foster admitted
that his distribution of such materials
while in a federal facility is a violation of
the Hatch Act. Foster agreed to retire from
his position no later than Sept. 5, 2006.
Special Counsel Agent Scott Bloch said,
"This case presents a cautionary tale. If you
engage in political activity on government
property or use government resources for


partisan ends, OSC will prosecute."
The Hatch Act prohibits federal execu-
tive branch employees from engaging in
political activity while on duty, in any
room or building used for official duties by
an individual employed or holding office in
the U.S. government, while wearing a uni-
form or official insignia identifying
the office or position of the
employee, or using any vehi-
cle owned or leased by the
S government.
Political activity'has
been defined as activity
directed toward the suc-
P cess or failure of a politi-
cal party, candidate for
a partisan political office
or partisan political
group. The OSC provides
.advisory opinions on the
Hatch Act and also enforces
the provisions of the act by fil-
ing petitions for disciplinary action.
EmploYves who are charged with viola-
tions are entitled to a hearing before the
IMerit Systems Protection Board (MSPB).
b'nder the act, the presumptive penalty for
a violation is removal from federal employ-
ment. However, upon a unanimous vote of
its members, the MSPB can mitigate the
penalty to no less than a 30-day suspen-
sion without pay. Employees have the
right to appeal the MSPB's decision to the
United States Court of Appeals for the
Federal Circuit.


Commissary to host Cancer


Awareness Fair Sept. 15

The NAS Jax Commissary and Hershey's USA will host a "Think
Pink" Breast Cancer Awareness Fair Sept. 15 from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. in the commissary lobby. Local television anchor, book
author and cancer survivor Donna Hicken will talk about the
importance of early detection and sign copies of her book.
For more information, contact Lorie White at 542-5311.


Photo by MCSN Michael Banzhaf
A S-3B Viking assigned to the "Maulers" of VS-32, makes an arrested landing on the flight.
deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Aug. 21."
Enterprise and embarked Carrier Air Wing One are currently underway on a scheduled
six-month deployment in support of the global war on terrorism.


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For more information call 542-2930.

Outdoor pool hours
Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
Sunday 1 5 p.m.
Monday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. (last day of the season)
Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of Defense, $3
guests


For more information call 777-8549/6035.

Now located on NAS Jax!
Ground School
$365
Sept. 11- Oct.18


For more information call 542-3260.

Free kayak and canoe rental every Thursday for active
duty.

Want to receive a weekly marina alert or brochure via e-
mail?
Send a request to Philip.s.Collins@navy.mil.


For more information call 542-3493.

$1 games, all day everyday!
Now through Monday.
Does not include shoe rental.

Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. Does not include shoe rental.


Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

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

Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House


Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close


For more information on fitness and athletics call 542-
3518/3239.

Learn to Lift Weights
9 a.m. on Mondays
4 p.m. on Tuesdays
Call 542-3518/4238 for details.



For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
call 542-3318.

Adventure Landing Military Day
Monday
10 a.m. 6 p.m.
Free entrance to Shipwreck Island Water Park for
active duty with ID.

Halloween Horror Nights Universal Studios
Tickets on sale now!
Nights begin Sept. 29
Sunday Thursday tickets $31.30
Friday tickets $36
Saturday tickets $52.50

"CMT" on Tour featuring Trace Adkins Billy Currington
and Jason Aldean
Oct. 5 at the Jacksonville Arena
$49.50 Club Section 113



Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.


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Fitness Instructor
Laura Campbell teaches
aqua aerobics Aug. 23
at the indoor pool.
Aqua aerobics classes
are offered Monday,
Wednesday and Friday
from 11 a.m. noon.
Call 542-2930
for additional information.



Mall & Movie Trip
Sept. 9
Orange Park Mall & AMC
Free

Jaguars Vs. Dallas Game
Sept. 10, $5
Tickets are limited!
Photo by Shannon Leonard Sign-up early!

Busch Gardens & Devil Rays Game
Sept. 22-24
$40 per person
Call for details!



Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. -Mission Impossible 3
Sept. 8, 7 p.m. Nacho Libre (PG)
Sept. 9, 5 p.m. X-Men The Last Stand (PG-13)
Sept. 9, 7 p.m. Da Vinci Code (PG-13)
Sept. 15, 7 p.m. RV (PG)
Sept. 22, 7 p.m. American Dreamz (PG-13)
Sept. 23, 5 p.m. Over The Hedge (PG-13)
Sept. 23, 7 p.m. Poseidon (PG-13)
Sept. 29, 7 p.m. The Omen (R)



For more information on the golf course please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Sept.12 and 26 for active duty.
Sept. 14 and 28 for retirees and Department of Defense
personnel.



For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the club's main
office, 542-3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
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Summer Slim Down wraps up


By MC2(SW/A W)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff writer


he NAS Jacksonville Fit-
ness Source introduced a
new workout program this
summer called "Summer Slim
Down."
Participants were required to
work out 30 minutes a day, three
days a week. They received a
sticker on poster boards hung on
'the Fitness Source walls for each
week they successfully completed
their workouts.
Fitness Source Director Megan
Brophy came up with the pro-
gram to "enhance the fun factor."
"During the summer people can
tend to slack off with their work-
outs because of vacations, etc. I
came up with this program as an
incentive to make it more fun for
people to workout and also so
people can visually see how often
they come," she said.
The summer fitness program
doesn't actually track physical
improvements. According to
Brophy, tracking weight-loss or
improved muscle tone is up to the
participants.
"This program isn't a competi-
tion for weight-loss, it was just
something to get people in the
gym on a regular basis," she
added.
Aside from getting in better
shape, a few participants won a
drawing for one half-hour mas-
sage from Fitness Source.


Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Wanda Goodman of Naval Air Depot Jax, places her star on the board
after completing one of her workout sessions at the Fitness Source during
the 12-week Summer Slim Down.


"We drew the names random-
ly," said Brophy. "However the
person whose name we drew had
to have completed all their work-
outs up until that point."
One of the major success stories
from this program comes from
Irene Feinstein, a wife of a Navy
retiree. She gained about 75
pound five years ago from a med-
ication that her doctor prescribed


for diabetes.
"It wasn't until 2004 that I
found out that it was the medica-
tion that was making me gain the
weight," said Feinstein. "In
November 2004, my doctor pre-
scribed new medication and I
slowly began to lose some of the
weight."
By early spring of this year,
Feinstein had hit a plateau with


her weight and stopped losing.
After seeing a weight loss doctor,
who prescribed an appetite sup-
pressant and a special diet, she
also began working out at Fitness
Source on a regular basis.
"When I saw the doctor he told
me it would take 'God, commit-
ment and attitude' to lose the
weight. So far I have lost" 58
pounds," she continued.
Brophy is planning to start
another fitness program to
encourage people to work off
those extra holiday calories.
"It's called the 12 Workouts of
Christmas, which will require
people to work out at least 12
times between Thanksgiving and
Christmas," stated Brophy.
Those wishing for more in-
depth knowledge of weight-loss,
muscle tone and nutrition can
visit the Fitness Source and the
Wellness Center located on
Enterprise Avenue.
"The Fitness Source offers
classes such as Learn to Lift and
Getting Started for people who
are new to working out," said
Brophy. "The Wellness center
has a dietitian who will help ana-
lyze the kinds of food you eat,
smoking cessation classes and the
'Bod Pod' which gives an accurate
measurement of body fat."
The 12-week Summer Slim
Down program ends Sept. 8. For
information on programs, call the
Fitness Source at 542-3518 or the
Wellness Center at 542-5292.


Irene Feinstein poses for after los-
ing nearly 60 pounds since April.


Put a new 'spin' on your fitness approach


By LI(SW/A W)
Heather Ewton
Staff Writer


he NAS Jacksonville
Morale Recreation
and Welfare (MWR)
Fitness Source offers a
grand spectrum of exercise


options that appeal to any
health regimen. No matter
what the fitness level is,
one can benefit from the
experienced trainers, state-
of-the-art equipment and
motivating atmosphere.
One approach to fitness
that some may not be too


Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Fitness Instructor Chuck Kerekes, through the love of cycling
and a vast amount of experience, leads a heart-pounding
cycling class at the NAS Jax Fitness Source Aug. 22.


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familiar with are the inno-
vative cycling classes that
are offered at the Fitness
Source.
The instructor takes the
class on a "ride" that
includes sprints, hill climbs
and other fun twists, like
intervals and circuits.
Classes are usually 45 to 50
minutes long and are set to
lively music which adds to
the group's energy during
the class.
"It's a low-impact exercise
that is ideal for any fitness
level. Some people see the
equipment in here and they
get intimidated. There is
no need for that. You can
get a great workout and do
it at your own pace," stated
Chuck Kerekes, one of the
certified cycling instructors
at the Fitness Source.
Aside from being indoors,
one of the things that sepa-
rate spin classes from regu-
lar stationary cycling is the
bike itself. Spinning bikes
are equipped with a weight-
ed flywheel in the front that
picks up speed as you pedal
and the seats and handle-
bars are adjustable, so it
feels like riding a real bike.
There's a knob below the
handlebars that allows the
rider to adjust the tension,
making pedaling easier or
harder, as riding down flat
roads, up mountain sides


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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Cycling Instructor Chuck Kerekes coaches MU3 Benjamin Levitt of Navy Band Southeast, on
how to improve his endurance before a cycling class Tuesday. "The class is pretty challeng-
ing," said Levitt. "I want to stay fit and continue to build my strength."


and down hills is simulat-
ed.
"The cycling classes have
enabled me to build my
endurance," said Miriam
Gallet, Team Navy Jax cap-
tain. "Our team rides long
charity rides ranging in
distances of 120 to 160
miles, so it's very important
to have the endurance and
stamina that these rides
require. Both of the cycling
instructors at the Fitness
Source, Chuck and
Heather, are awesome
teachers and I have learned
a lot from them."
A growing population of
people are looking at
cycling classes as an option
to add to their fitness rou-
tine due to its sheer sim-
plicity combined with the
amount of calories that can


be zapped in one session.
There are no complicated
routines to follow and a
comfortable pace can be
easily achieved since the
bike's tension is controlled
by the rider.
Unlike actual cycling,
there are no worries about
lagging behind the pack.
Everyone finishes together
and the great feeling of suc-


cessfully completing a vig-
orous, heart-healthy work-
out is achieved by all.
Cycling classes are held
Monday and Wednesdays
at 4:15 p.m., Tuesdays and
Thursday at 6:30 a.m. and
11:15 a.m. and also on
Saturday at 10 a.m.
For more information,
contact the Fitness Source
at 542-3518.


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Surviving children benefits enhanced


From Naval Hospital Jax
Public Affairs
he National Defense Auth-
orization Act signed into
law by the president on
Jan. 6, provides continuation of
the TRICARE Prime benefit at
the active duty family member
payment rate for the children of
service members who died while
serving on active duty for more
than 30 days.
Under the new legislation, sur-
viving children continue TRI-
CARE Prime, Extra and
Standard benefits at the active


duty family member payment
rate for the duration of their TRI-
CARE eligibility. They may also
be able to receive benefits under
the Extended CARE Health
Option and TRICARE Prime
Remote for Active Duty Family
Member programs.
"TRICARE Management Ac-tiv-
ity is working diligently to fully
implement these new benefits for
our surviving active duty family
members," said Dr. William
Winkenwerder, Jr., assistant sec-
retary of defense for health
affairs. "Prior to implementa-
tion, timely guidance and infor-
mation will be sent by the


Department to notify these family
members of their eligibility for
the retroactive transitional sur-
vivor benefit."
Surviving spouses maintain
TRICARE Prime, Extra and
Standard benefits at the active
duty family member rate for a
three year period. At the end of
the three year period, eligible
surviving spouses continue TRI-
CARE Prime, Extra and
Standard benefits at the retiree
pay rate.
Before implementation of these
new survivor benefits can begin,
the Department must publish in
the Federal Register the rules


necessary for this legislation.
Following that, policies and pro-
cedures will be issued to the TRI-
CARE managed care contractors
who process TRICARE claims.
Guidance and procedures for
retroactive claims will be also
published.
TRICARE relies primarily on
the Defense Enrollment
Eligibility Reporting System
(DEERS) for eligibility. It is
important that all information in
DEERS be current. To ensure
they receive the most current
information on survivor and other
TRICARE benefits, surviving
active duty families may:


Visit the DEERS Web site to
update their address, or call (800)
538-9552 or (866) 363-2883
(TTY/TDD for hearing impaired).
Fax address changes to (831)
655-8317.
Visit their local ID card facility
(to find a facility visit DMDC's
Rapid site locator), or
Fax address changes to (831)
655-8317.
Mail their new information to:
Defense Manpower Data Center
Support Office, Attn: COA, 400
Gigling Road, Seaside, CA 93955-
6771.


TRICARE Web site makes

allowable charges easy to find


From TRICARE
Management Activity
In support of the health
care initiatives in
President Bush's man-
agement agenda, TRICARE
Management Activity has
posted its allowable
charges on an easy-to-use
Web site.
The cost of medical care
varies widely across the
country, and neither hospi-
tals nor doctors' offices usu-
ally post their charges for
various procedures. That
makes it hard for patients
to judge if they're being
charged a reasonable
. amount for operations or
examinations. By making
its maximum allowable
charges easily available to
the public, TRICARE's
intent is to level the play-
ing field a little between
medical service providers
and users.
"We have a responsibility
to help educate the public
on health care issues," said
William Winkenwerder,
Jr., assistant secretary of
defense (health affairs.)
"With medical costs contin-
uing to spiral upward, the
more the consumer knows
the better. This informa-
tion could be especially use-
ful for people with no insur-
ance, who may be able to
negotiate pricing with their
physicians."
The new Web site shows
the TRICARE maximum
allowable charge tables,
listing the most frequently
used procedures, more than
300 of them, and the
amount TRICARE is legal-
ly allowed to pay for them.
These charges are tied to

U.S. Military

Apprenticeship

Program up for

Sailors
From Staff
he United Services
Military Apprentice-
ship Program's
(USMAP) registered ap-
prenticeship is a formal-
ized, structured training
program. It combines on-
the-job training and related
technical instruction in
which you receive practical
and technical training.
Industry determines the
essential skills because an
apprenticeship is industry-
driven career training.
Each apprenticeship
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or 8,000 work hours to com-
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broken down into skill
areas with a set number of
hours for each skill area.
An apprenticeship also has
structured formal training.
Each year (2,000 hours) of
apprenticeship, requires
144 hours of apprentice-
ship-related training.
For more information
visit the USMAP Web site
at https://usmap.netc.
navy.mil.


DiD You

Know...
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Medicare allowable
charges, effectively making
them a federal standard for
health care costs.
TRICARE figures the
allowable charge from all
professional (non-institu-
tional) providers' bills
nationwide, with adjust-
ments for specific localities,
over the previous year. A
claims processor can tell a
provider the allowable
charge amount for specific
services or procedures and
now, anyone carf see the
charges on the new Web
site. Anyone can use the
rate table's itemized format
to determine the appropri-
ate charge for professional
services, based on the
Healthcare Common
Procedure Coding System.
The charges in this table
don't reflect discounts that
regional contractors may
negotiate with TRICARE
network providers, so they
may differ from the
amounts shown on TRI-
CARE beneficiaries' expla-
nation of benefits. The
TRICARE allowable
charges are listed on line at
www.tricare.osd.mil/allow-
ablecharges.


PHA and PFA Still Work "I

Together



The fall semi-annual Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) is right around the corner To be eligible
to lake the PFA, all active duty sailors must have a current Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) within
the past year.

The Periodic Healtlh Assessment (PHA) is completed on a yearly basis, :deally on your birth month.
The PHA Is to ensure you are fit to participate In the physical readiness testing and conditioning and is
a key component to Navy Medicine's plan for readiness and Force Health Protection.

What's in it for me?

* During your PHA appointment you will have a medical record review to verify you are up-to-date with
age specific screenings and immunizations.
* Review your medical screening to determine eligibility to participate In physical fitness and conditioning.
* Receive Individualized education based on identified health risk factors.
* Referrals as needed to Welilness classes at Weliness Center.

How do I get my PHA appointment?

Contact the appointment line at (904)-542-3500, Option 1. Ask to make an appointment with the PHA
Coordinator.

The Naval Branch Health Clinic wants to keep you well and ready to perform So make your PHA appointment
today. Take time for yourself. Let us help you stay fll and live longer.


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Photos by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
Members of Navy Band Southeast's "Pride" group rock the house during the fair.


FAIR: Annual event celebrates diversity


From Page 1


the less daring.
Booths included repre-
sentation for Hispanic,
Asian-Pacific, African-
American and Italian
groups.
"Today's event is an
opportunity to bring people
of all cultural backgrounds
together. I'm grateful for
the cooperation between
everyone involved to make
this event happen," said
NAS Jax Equal Opportu-
nity Advisor HMCS(AW/
FMF) Bryce McNair.
The Hispanic culture
booth, staffed by Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Jax personnel
AT2 Nicole West, AT3
Fabien Serrano and AT3
Krystal Smith, had vibrant
house wares from native
countries, including a large
amber wall tapestry woven
with cryptic symbology.
One part of the event
that caught visitors' atten-
tion was the motley assort-
ment of dancers that swept
the stage, painting bright
scenes of Polynesian and
Hispanic culture. Tahitian
dancers moved in flamboy-
ant crimson and yellow cos-
tumes while the rapid-fire
beats of Pacific island pahu
drums blared forth.
Onlookers seated in fold-
ed chairs seemed mesmer-
ized by their circular hip
and precise hand and foot


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AE2(AW) Robert Gonzalez of Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jax, and Melissa Armacost twirled
and spun, pleasing onlookers with a salsa dance.
movements.
Far back into
history, Tahi-
tian dances
have been in- .
strumental in CTA2 Sheenah
seducing a Leite pleases her
mate, praying crowd with a
or welcoming a Samoan dance.
& Samoan dance.




or genealogies, CTA2 heenah
according to CTA2 Sheenahc
World Arts Leite, dancing
West's Web solo, maneuvered
site, worldartse ,gracefully in a
west.org. Samoan dance.
Tending to focus


more on hand movement
than hip movement,
Samoan dance is gentle and
intends to tell a story.
Members of the audience
took notice of the perform-
ing artists' skill, diverse not
only in culture, but also in
age. YN1 Debbie Herring,
stationed at Naval Reserve
Readiness Command
Southeast, commented on
the young Polynesian
dancers she watched inside
the pavilion, called the
'"Pearls of the Pacific."
"When I made a recent
trip to Hawaii, I learned
that Polynesian children
begin dance instruction at a
very young age. I think it's
great they can preserve
their culture in our coun-
try," Herring said.
Attendees watched the
dancers while eating their
lunch and cooling down
with water donated by the
NAS Jax Fire Department
on chairs inside the pavil-
ion.
Command participation
is the key to making the
Multi-Cultural Fair a year-
ly event. The MCAC pro-
vides tents and tables, but
depends on the ideas and
materials of talented volun-
teers from each command.
Anyone interested in
helping out with next year's
event or who would like to
join the MCAC can call
542-3304.


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HABIJAX: 'Chief's pride'

found in 'sweat equity'


From Page 1


putting future teams of
volunteers ahead of
schedule.
The humidity was
high, and the term
"sweat equity" was real-
ized by this group of res-
olute volunteers. The
Navy was well repre-
sented and the term
"chiefs pride" was felt
not just by the chief
selectees but by the
staff of HabiJax and the
other volunteers. The
smiling faces of every-
one involved depicted
the pride and accom-
plishment .felt within.
"It was nice to volunteer
my time for a good
cause. I spent time
with some new friends
and I will do it again in
the future," stated AT1
Leonard Myers of VP-
30.
HabiJax is a faith-
based organization
which relies on volun-
teerism, donations and


the sweat equity of the
new homeowners to
lower the cost of build-
ing a new home which
in turn allows median to
low income Duval
County residents the
opportunity to own a
new home. Since 1998,
HabiJax has built 1,300
homes throughout the
greater Jacksonville
area. Homeowners
must invest at least 300
volunteer hours into the
building of not just their
own home but of others
as well. The mortgage
is a zero percent loan
over a term of 25 years,
which in turn goes into
the building of other
homes.
Volunteers do not
have to be experienced.
If you are interested in
joining the effort to
bring affordable housing
to those who desperate-
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the HabiJax Volunteer
Services Department at
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Online CLEP/DSST


testing available here

From the Navy College Office
The Navy College Office in partnership with Florida Community College at
Jacksonville (FCCJ) is now offering eCLEP testing and nine DSST exams at NAS
Jacksonville. Eligible personnel may take exams in the FCCJ on-base computer lab
and receive immediate scores.
Personnel are not required to be an FCCJ student. The exams are free for military per-
sonnel with "Armed Forces of the United States" ID cards. Two photo ID's are required of
all personnel testing.
Unfunded personnel include adult family members of military, Department of Defense
employees and other civilians enrolled in the on-base degree programs. For each test those
personnel will pay a separate, non-refundable $15 registration fee by check or money order
made out to FCCJ and a $60 exam fee by check, money order to "College Board" or credit
card for CLEP and only credit card for DSST. The $15 fee must be paid no later than 3
p.m. the day before the test date. The $60 exam fee will be paid the day of testing. Testing
at NAS Jacksonville is offered by appointment on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and
1 p.m. and Fridays at 10 a.m. and noon.
Call 632-5020 or e-mail assessme@fccj.edu to schedule your CLEP or testing appoint-
ment at NAS Jacksonville. Examinees are required to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start
of the test. Testing appointments must be made no later than 3 p.m. the day before your
desired test date.
DSST Exam Titles
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Intro to World Religions
Criminal Justice Principles of Financial Accounting
Intro to Business Organizational Behavior
Principles of Supervision Here's to Your Health
Environment & Humanity: Race to Save the Planet
CLEP Exam Titles
Composition and Literature Science and Math
American Literature Calculus
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature College Algebra
English Composition Pre-calculus -(replaced College
English Literature Alg/Trig and Trigonometry)
Freshman College Composition College Math
Humanities Biology
Foreign Languages Chemistry
French (Levels 1&2) Natural Sciences
German (Levels 1&2) Spanish (Levels 1&2)
History and Social Sciences Business
American Government Information Systems & Computer
Human Growth and Development Intro to Educational Psychology
Principles of Management Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Accounting Principles of Microeconomics
Intro Psychology Intro Business Law
Intro Sociology Principles of Marketing
Social Sciences and History U.S. History I: Early Colonization to 1877
U.S. History II: 1865 to Present Western Civ. I: Ancient Near East to 1648
Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present
Information and/or practice exams are available through 'the following:
https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil or check with your career counselor/educational services offi-
cer to see if they have a testing CD downloaded by the Navy College Office. Navy
College has paper-based practice tests that can be taken in the Navy College Office.
CLEP study books can be purchased in major bookstores.
Other CLEP exam preparation resources: http://www.collegeboard.com/student/test-
ing/clep/about.html click on "For Students", click on "Save Money," http://www.freeu-
niv.com/, http://www.istudysmart.com/ DSST Fact Sheets, http://www.dantes.doded.
mil -DSST Fact Sheets click on Examination Programs on left of screen. Then click
on Fact Sheets/Study Material. Click DSST's.


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 -r-- i-,


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.





Keep your eves on the road

Drivers, don't forget to use your hands-free device if talking on a
cell phone while driving. Those caught using a cell phone without
such a device will have three points put on their base driving record
and must attend a driver improvement course.
Point accumulation can cause your base driving privileges to be
suspended.
Three points during a one-month period driver improvement
course.
Six points during six-month period suspension for 30 days.
12 points during one year or 18 points during two years sus-
pension for at least six months.


Naval Hospital Jacksonville
is now delivering babies to
deployed new fathers via e-mail.


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Take advantage of numerous educational opportunities at NAS Jax


From the Navy College Office
Navy College Office and affiliated col-
leges offer many education opportu-
nities for Sailors. The following
degrees are offered at NAS Jax. Courses are
offered via Internet, CD-ROM, television or
the traditional classroom setting.
FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
JACKSONVILLE
AS in Business Admin-istration
AS/AAS in Environmental Science
AS/AAS Industrial Man-agement
Technology
AA degree
AS/AAS in Criminal Justice Technology
AS/AAS in Computer Information
Administrator
Certificate programs and licensure prepara-
tion courses
Navy Rating Partnership Program follow-
ing to an AS in General Military Studies
See Bob Foote and staff for questions per-
taining to registration and class schedules.
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday.
Call 771-3979.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE
AA/BA Liberal Studies (Individual Studies
in Education, Government, History)
AS/BS Computer Infor-mation Systems
BS/BA in Business Administration/
Management


BA in Criminal Justice
Administration
BA in Psychology
Master of Science degree
in Criminal Justice
Office hours are 8:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Call 778-
9769.
EMBRY RIDDLE
AERONAUTICAL
UNIVERSITY
AS/BS degrees in
Professional Aeronautics
BS in Technical
Management
Master of Aeronautical
Science
Master of Science in Management (Air
Trans-portation, Aviation/Aerospace
Industrial Mgmt., Mgmt. Integrated
Logistics, Aviation Enterprises in Global
Environment)
Safety Certificate Program (Graduate and
Undergraduate)
Aviation Technology Certificate and FAA
Type 66 Program
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Call 779-0246.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
BS in Workforce Education and
Development


BS in Health Care
Administration
BS in Electronics Systems
Technology
Office hours for SIU.
Workforce are 8:15a.m. To .
S 4 p.m., Monday through
Friday. Call 771-4258
Office hours for Health
Care/Electronics are 8:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Call 778-
3130.
WEBSTER
UNIVERSITY
MA in Human Resource
Management and/or
Development
MBA (Business Administration) and
Leadership
MA in Computer Resources and
Information Management
MA in Procurement and Acquisitions
Management
MA Health Services Management
Office hours are 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.,
Monday through Thursday. Call 779-7124.
JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY
MA in Teaching
Second Career as a Teacher Program
(SCAAT)
Guidance to becoming certified as a teacher


in the state of Florida
Call Dr. Gail Jaji at 256-3950 or 256-7141
for appointments.
NAVY COLLEGE PROGRAM
DISTANCE LEARNING PARTNERS
A representative for Coastline
Community College and University of MD,
John Herald has office hours from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. on Tuesdays. Call 6104361 for an
appointment.
Thomas Edison State College TESC has
a counselor at Navy College on Wednesdays
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact Dennis
LeGaux at dlegaux@tesc.edu or call Navy
College at 542-2477.
Excelsior College has counselor Robert
Preston at Navy College on Thursdays from
9 a.m. to 3p.m. He may be reached on 542-
0127 or at preston4@comcast.net.
Navy College Office has a variety of col-
lege brochures and information on further-
ing your education. Come visit and gather
information on PACE programs, financial
aid, Veterans Administration benefits, free
tests for credit, and free refresher courses
for SAT/ACT, ASVAB.
We strongly advise anyone who has not
been to college before or is uncertain of
which degree to pursue to make an appoint-
ment with a Navy College education spe-
cialist by calling 542-2475/2477 or schedule
a briefing for your command.


ERAU to hold career services night QQot D
E m br y Riddle 333, 13561 Lake Newman Dressing tips and eti-
A e r o n a u t i'c a 1 Street. Presentation topics quette
TT-i--_. S _C ;-l--I- k.- --- --


--- university tuUent
and Alumni Career
Services Night will be held
Oct. 12 from 6-9 p.m. at
the Cecil Commerce
Conference Room, Building


inclu.e:u
Job search strategies
Interviewing tech-
niques
Resume / cover letter
writing


lompi iimentary snaciiis
and beverages will be
offered. To RSVP, call
Suzanne Demers at 771-
9002 or email jack-
sonville.Center@erau.edu.


Cancer Information & Counseling Line 800-525-3777


Medical Information
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Weekly sports recap
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
'(AIMD) Jax blew away the competition by scoring 88
:,points to win the 2006 intramural golf championship.
-Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility finished
.second with 77 points and Commander, Navy Region
.Southeast finished third with 76 points.
The summer basketball playoff championship game
is scheduled for today at 5 p.m. VP-30 defeated AIMD
and Naval Hospital Jax in the Greybeard (age 30+)
Basketball playoffs to set up a showdown with the
Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit for the
championship.
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. If
you would like to join any of the leagues, contact the
base gym.

Captain's cup fall volleyball
league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty, com-
mand Department of Defense personnel and selective
reservists. All interested personnel should stop by the
base gym to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Tennis tourney slated
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's Singles Tennis
Tournament will be held Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. The tourna-


ment is free and open to all NAS Jax active duty, selec-
tive 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, softball, foot-
ball and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also
needed for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S. Navy
in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons? The U.S.
Navy will showcase elite active duty men and women in
regional races. Uniforms are provided as well as trans-
portation, entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested run-
ners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) race and your time must be one of top 10
regional qualifying times. If you have run in a sanc-
tioned race and your time meets the regional qualifying
time, contact your base athletic director.


Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours,
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the sports arti-
cles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at 542-
2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil.

Flag Football Standings
As of Aug. 25
Team Wins Losses
Naval Hospital 10 0
VP-30 O'S 8 0
VR-58 8 2
HS-75 6 2
NCTS 6 4
AIMD 5 4
VP-5 Blue 5 4
VP-30 Students 5 4
VP-45 4 4
HS-3 2 3
CNATTU 2 5
HS-15 4 .6
FACSFAC 4 6
PSD 2 7
Weapons 0 2


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
informationo, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
1#300 meetings are held the sec-
bond 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
SVeterans Chapter 38 meetings
tare held the second Tuesday of
teach month at 7 p.m. at 470
oMadeira Drive, Orange Park,
OFla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
,p.m. to help with claims. To
(make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.
The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
1 The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
,Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
,monthly meeting the second
fTuesday of each month at 1
tp.m. at St. Vincent's Medical
.Center, 2300 Park Avenue,
,Orange Park, Fla. For more
information, call 276-9415.
, The Navy Jacksonville
'Yacht Club general member-
,ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to


attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn-
florida.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016
or go to momsclubopw@yahoo.
com.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit
www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday
of each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National


Archive and Retired Federal
Employees Association
extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regu-
lar 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.Washitigton @ sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org,
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from
4-9 p.m. through September.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
6025.
A U.S. Postage Stamp Club


Free fantasy football league


open to all Sailors online


From MWR
aval Station Great
Lakes' Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation
(MWR) Department is spon-
soring a free online fantasy
football league for all eligi-
:ble 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 par-
ticipated in MWR Great
Lake's online Fantasy
SFootball League, joining more than 200
million football fans competing national-
ly.
Participants can enroll in MWR's free
"salary-cap style league," which is hosted
by "Sports Buff," one of the top online fan-
tasy 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 up 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 contention 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 package, 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
airfare and a four night stay at Cypress
Pointe Grand Villas Resort in a fully fur-
nished, one-bedroom condominium. Each
condo has a queen size bed, separate liv-
ing area and partial kitchen.
Located in the heart of Lake Buena
Vista, the resort offers easy access to all
of Orlando's attractions, restaurants, pre-
mium shopping and dinner shows. The
prize was provided by Military Resort
Rentals.
For more information about the 2006
MWR Fantasy Football League, and to
register for a free team, visit www.
navyff.com, or call (847) 688-2110, Ext.
484.


is forming and will meet the third
Wednesday of each month at
the USO on Mayport Road from
7-8 p.m. The first meeting is
Sept. 20. There is no cost of
join. For more information, call
Jeff Marquardt at 246-9932.
The St. Augustine Fall Art


and Craft Festival will be held
Nov. 25-26 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events Field
on Castillo Drive. More than 140
artists will display their work.
For more information, call (904)
824-0716.


Attention cyclists
Cyclists entering
NAS Jacksonville
will no longer be
allowed to enter via
the commercial gate
due to safety is-
sues.
The NAS Jax
Safety Office and
Security Depart-
ment are looking at
ways to make Birm-
ingham and York-
town entrances more
bicycle friendly.
Please forward any
ideas you have to
the NAS Jax Safety
Office at 542-3082.


Home providers

needed

Trhe Child Development,
Center is looking for
home providers. If you
are an on-base resident,
you will only need to be
Navy-certified to become a
home provider.
If you are an off-base resi-
dent, you will have to be
state-certified as well as
Navy-certified. This pro-
gram is for dependent
female and males.
For more information,
contact Lisa Williams or
Ingrid Robinsqn at 542-
5434 / 5529 / 2472.


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Mt Vernon, GA. Brick hm.
33?75sf.pool, 2carpnrs.
pond on 1 1.33 acres
375K912 583 2030
ODEM GA. house ano 26
acres. 1900 heated.
3br,2ba brick. f10, sun
rool. 2 car gar. field
pasture, pond& timber
ayklng 1249K. For Info
r.,11912 427 7517


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MARSH FRONT approx
1AC, 1700Sf, open fir
plan, $315,000. Call
12-882-4629

2 Ware Co.,
290 GA
WAYCROSS Great hunt
Ing/ fishing, lO0yrd
from SatilIla River, well,
septic, elec, cleared, 3
6, or 9 acr, starting ai
521,500 -$82.500
386-682-5652 or
912-816-2363

00 Avondale/
Ortega

2 sty Great location 4 I
bdrms. w/walkln closets
3.5 ba. Mstr suite on lIt
w/garden tub. Spacious
kit. w/aopl's. Separate
HIVAC for each level, lots
ot off street parking.
ACCENT OF JAX. RUTHYE
SILVER 904 388 2225 x126
or cell 904 537 5454

305 Soulhside

100% FINANCING
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904-233.4231


.*UD noutnsiae
Villages of San Jose
Ready for Immed move
In. Priv Gtd Comm. Like
Newly 2/2 frpl Ir8 clos-
ets. $196,369 O10
904 509- 2844/955- 4996

306 Intracoastal
Blackhawk Bluff off offrvin
brick, 3/2 tlle/hw firs
2c gar cul- de- sac Ig kit
Ig yd $225K 904.708.2057
1395 Teca Trail Ct.
Open Hse Sat-Sun-Mon
FSBO 3Bedroom/2Bath,
Infotube.net #152630;
or fsbo-home.biz/676;
or Call 904-608-0570
Sbr/2ba Huge bck yd on
culdesac. B1 scrn lanla,
tile, garden tub $214,900
904 ?02 8997/379 6925

307 san Marco
Newly remod 2.1, 1000sf
ch/a. gar. ifnca bkyd.
St Nicholas/Sprlng Pk Rd
S129.900 904 260 0593

310 Mandarin

100% FINANCING
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest
OK. Mark 904-233.4231


3/2.5 TH -Attached gar, BEAUCLERC brick p
mature trees, Reduced home 3 or 4br/2ba
to $227000. 616-0009 2000sf. Lrg treed
Only $307K. 904-716.
Bartram Springs. 4/2 Below Market $171
Leavingawils. Asking 3066 Purdom Dr 3bi
"$34. will coop Completely remod
9042198634 Like New. 904.483
EAUIFUL BUY OR LEASE OFFICE C
INTERCOASTAL 4 UNITS AVAIL WITH 1,
INTECOASTAL 1
HOME IN WATERLEAFI $279,000 EA or $1,119,600'
4 2BA,2CarGar, EASE FOR $1750/EA
Approx 2198 sq ft. CALL MARIA RAY
Adjacent to Preserve, WITH RE/MAX 463-19
Cathedral Ceilings, FOXWOOD TAIV
OpenFloorpan, pa- 1828f, 3/2 split, gr
clous Living areas 1
Community Paol&M2 frpic, new roof, sid
In cabinets. Close to paint in/outside,
& Mae ort $329900 2Beautiful 6$23490
SCall GGI GONZALES 904-262-1961
I (904) 742.1884 Mandarin, Bartra
Swww.prudentialnetworkrealty. n Lease to
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4 br, 4.5 ba, Lg Bonus + den,
GOLF AND NATURE VIEWS
$70S5,000.904-519-6881 ,1'
Julington Creek Like
new 3/2 hwd firs, Itl tile
kit. Must see! $255,309
904-509.2844/955.4996
, KERNAN LAKES 4/3 904)448-9330x22
2075sf, open fir9-
It an, upgraded tile, Cell (904) 463-2065
2.5 yrs, new oulet
n'hoodrent possible, Email:lauriepotter
4 Ne @countrywide.com
90487-76 Website:
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Open House Sun 1.4 lauriepotter
Like new! 2/2, frpl,scrn 5613-2 San Jose Blvd
prch,prlv. $132,209 512 Sanose Blvd
904-509- 2844 or 955-4996 Jacksonville,. FL 32207


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Mandarin- 3/2,
1660 sf, large
fenced yard, green
house new vinyl
siding, fireplace,
washer/dryer 224900.
Call 537.8313 PCS
NICE 3/2, Karlssa Ann
Place W. For sale or
rent, $244k or $1800mo.
307-9245
NICE POOL HOME -3/2 +
office, 2023 sf on .66 ac,
Tracy Ann Rd. $325k or
lease opt purchase
I1Ok down, $2950mo.
07-9245


315 Arlington

4615 Bluff Ave.




$5000 below appraised
value 3BR/2BA. all
brick, family room.
living room and din-
ingroom ano eat in
kitchen. Custom great
room with loft and wet
bar. This home is a 101
$239,999
Jill Marquez, Realtor
Cell: (904) 635-9012
Office: (904) 641-9522
wwwJllIMarquez.com



FSBO 4782 Beacon Dr.W.
3/2 Brk. 1550sf, Irg scr rm
Bamboo/tile fir. Quiet
n'hd $225k. 904-997-9036

320 Westside
4/2.5 -Brk, 1 ac w/pool,
grt rm, FL, FD, scrn
porch, fpfc, $2a80k.
Call 626-8573
BRAND NEW TWN HMS.
In beautiful Oakleaf
Plantation. For rent or
lease purchase. Immed
occupy. 941-915-9030


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ARGYLE BEAUTY
Beautiful 3/2 Is almost
newly Sep LIv & Din, Fam
Rm with Fireplace. This
home Is a must seel
$239.999
Please call
Melissa '705. 7843
For your private
showing today
FSBO 3/2. pool, spa.
sec. syst refri., range
DW. $185.000. Mime
778-0024. 334-3237
Good Condition. 4br/lba,
many upgrds. l100'o Fin
Avail. No Closing Cost ii
Qualified 904 236,9046
Immaculate 4/2,2cgar,
new sod, pnt & ct.
fncd bkyd w/deck.
$204,900.904 537-6171
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low down 207-9548

322 Argyle
Argyle, Watermill 3br/2ba
On sparkling lake, 2 car
garage,many upgrades,
very clean, beautifully
landscaped. MOTIVATED
Seller $210K Call Mike,First
Coast Realty 904-635-8822

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Idetached car"
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S North
325 Jacksonville

3/1 -W. 17cn St. Worth
82k, sell for 74k or rent
650mo. 307-9245
NEW CONSTRUCTION
BLOWOUT SALE I
Buy now under appraised
value. Included In EVERY
HOMEFREE washer,
dryer, stove, refrig,
dishwasher, fiber optics,
security sys, all closing
costs paid. Homes start
In the low $200's. $1500
deposit required. 1%
rebate. Homes Ready
Nowl Access E Realty
904-482.2030
NORTHSIDE Rent to own
New 3/2 + loft, large
yard, 2150sf,$4000 dn,
$1300m. 954-534-6989
PRICED FOR FAST SALE
-8910 Adams Ave. 3br
CH&A, Ig fam rm, and
much more, 349-4392
QUIET COMM. on culde
sac, open fir plan, split
4br/2ba, tile, indscped,
$259,900. 12227 Moose
Hollow Dr. Call 955.6812


325 Nortm
3 Jacksonville
Rare deep water St.
Johns River front bulk
headed. Beautiful. Call
904 406-2364; 403-3636
Under APPR Value $109K
325 W 66th St. 3br/lba
completely remodeled.
Ready now 904.-483.-6940
VICTORIA LAKES $179K,
1262SF, BLT '04, fen,
covered patio, owner
Dante. Call 904- 751-9260
REDUCED $89,900 431 W
62nd St. 2/1, 819sf, nice
n'hood, completely
remod Inside/out. MLS
#305562 $95K 904-237.1353

326 Springfield

1142 Walnut St.





Reduced S10K com-
pletely renovated raniten
3BR/2.5BA, large icov
ered front porch, bal-
cony), gorgeous hard-
wood toros, ceramic
tile, new roof, granite
countertops, the list
goes on! Must-see
home $259,900
Jill Marquez, Realtorl
Cells (904) 635-9012
Office: (904) 641-90522
wwwJIIiMarquez.com



Historic Dlt. 3/2.5 2str
DR, FR gar,. all app In k
2nd fir balc. New renovd
$329K. 904-343.-9867
go to www.aael.blz

330 Beaches
Beach & Boat Lovers 3/2
Remod. on Anastasia Isl.
Walk to Beach/Intrac-
oastal/Boat ramplngrd
pool 345K 904-37.3820


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$244,900
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everywliere. Features indude crown molding, 10' ceilings, and expanded
kitchen with 42" cabinets. Screened patio overlooks large private back
yard. Absolutely immaculate and ready for move in.
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ATL BCH remodel oppty
4br/1.Sba brick on 1/2
ac. $165K firm Est mkt
value 230K 904 626-0663
Marsh Landing FSBO -
5/5, 4400+sf, 2 story on
cul-de -sac, dock to
estuary, gourmet
kitchen, m any
upgrades throughout,
motivated seller
$1,099,000. 904.280.0120
NEW LISTING JAX BEACH
884 11th Ave So. 3/2.5
Twnhse. 1327sf below

OWNER FINANCING
OCEAN VIEW. 1st St. So.
2/1 condo. Remod
$295K. Call 891-6710
PVB 0 down 0 closing
costs 3/2 condo beach
access, E.Z qualify
$290,000. 904 379 3989
PVB remod 2/2 patio
home, 2 car gar, new
apple, haic, comm pool
Odwn $289.9k 519. 8729
SAWGRASS TPC Gor
geous Sbr/3ba, pool,
spacious, GREAT VIEWS
$1.1m. 904-285-4687

East Arlington
West Beaches
Near Wonderwood
2BD/2 Bath,
private wood lot.
Modular home.
Pets negotiable.
$600 deposit.
$700/month.
744-8008.
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Keystone Heights 3 Adj.
parcels, 4.Sac, 2br/2ba,
car gar, $208K; 2.5ac
lot w/barn set. up $80K;
1.25ac, DW trir, very
nice, motivated seller
$120K Call 904-860-0615
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335 Orange Park/
35 Clay
A Beautiful home Mag-
nolia Point Golf & CC.
Greencove hole #3. Like
model. 284.-5645/403.4102
A Gem In Fleming Islands
Margaret's Walk 4/3,
2550sf, unique setting.
Direct lakefront lot on
presv. w/rIver & park
views.Mau rads.
.42,.00 r141

A PACE ISL BEAUTY
In Highlands 4/2 Irg lot,
Red. $299,900. OH Every
Sat. n Sept. 710-9940
COZY 3/1 -on Ig fncd lot,
Cottonwood Ln. Sell for
$144k or rent $1250mo.
307-9245
EAGLE HARBOR FSBO 4/2,
2089sf, freshly pnt int,
hugeyd room for pool
$259,900. 904-505-.1050

Eagle Harb. FSBO on
lagoon. Quiet culdesac
3br/2ba every upgrade,
Call 904.635.9169
Fleming Ish/ Water Front
Comm. w/lake access.
boat storage all brick
4/2, Irg lot $329,900.
904-264 7666
FSBO -owner fin avail.
1/2 ac, 3/2 MH, deck,
pool, shed, addition
w/den, ofc laund rm,
$150k 904-406-4949

O Prudential
Network Realty rww A
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OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Spacious 4BR/2BA/2car
brick home on cul. de. sac
In resort community.
Upgrades galore,
fully fenced backyard.
A Must See! Priced to sell
$274,900
Oigl Gonzales 742.1884
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Independently Owned & Operated

ORANGE PARK CC almost
new 4/3 on golf course,
all appliances. $395K.
Call1298-3220


340 .County



$34.900. Gourmet kltch,
Irg ile, $15,000 down,
$220moo flex pay, crdt
probis.o. 904.860.5564
JCP FSBO 4/3, 2800sf,
pool, hottub, pond on
perserve culdesac lot.
$589,900 Call 287.1281

PALENCIA SACRIFICE
3/2, quiet culdesac, 38k
below appraslal $369K

345 Nassau
County
2 Ne'w Spec -
Homes. 2728 sq-ft.
Hilllard, FL 904-651-1851


350 Waterfront
Absolutely beautiful on
St. Johns River w/dock
922 Fruit Cove Rd. 3+ac
$2.5 mil. 904-262-3961
BEAUTIFUL DRS LAKE 3/2
magnificent views. Well
maint. pool home $650K.
904-269.2180/472. 9635
Best on the River
205'x550 Bulkheaded.
Beautiful trees, $499k,
Call 319-621-5045
Clearwater lake house,
900sf. compi remod, gran
w/tile, concrete boat
ramp $225K. 352-481. 5433
DEEP WATERFRONT
CANAL LOT 90X130
septic wtr & pwr. Mand.
area. $369K. 904-292-4424
Dr Lake Estates, 4465
Cedar Rd, 2700sf, 3br/
3ba, frplc, hot/tub rm,
2 ft boathouse w/dock
& jetskl lift, 1+ac$850K
buddyilmgonline.net
or ca 904.607.4751
FLEMING ISLAND RIVER
FRONT home on 3.8
acres. Can be split. Call
for appt. 904-219-9092
LITTLE ANDREWS ISLAND
apprx 1 Acre w/dock
exc marsh view $325K
Call 904-261.5605
MACINTOSH CO GA
Coopers Pt. Marsh frnt
lot, w/panaramlc
views, deep water
access, exclusive GC,
resort style amen.
$295k. 770-314-1963
MAYO, FL, 137ac. with
1/4ml River frontage,
fncd pasture,' woods,
$10K/ac. 904-612-2418


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350 Waterfront
Nassau Co. St. Marys
River 4ac deepwater,
w/ dock, app'd $325K
ask $295K 904-415-3538
,, Northside 3/1
1600sf. waterfront
S lifetimedock,
det.e ar. 9/10ac.
765-2658/ $310K
POTTSBURG CREEK 2/1.5,
newly remodeled, river
access, screen porch
$132,000. 904-571-1112
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355 Condominiums
ALTANTIC BEACH
4br/2.5ba comp remod,
fen yd, 2 car gar off
street parking near
Mayport school and
Bches. $1500 + dep.
869 Gavagan. Call for
appt. 904-. 910-6052
DESIRABLE SEASCAPE
OCEANFRONT CONDO
-3/2, gar, $699k. Call
338-6690 891-7550
MUST SEE Stonebrldge
Immac 2br/2ba, new
tile/pnt, 2nd fir, quiet
w/tree view. AC warr
$149,700. 904-962-3056
SPonte Vedra East
of A1A- 2/2 condo,
grnd fir, garage,
fire place, walk-in
closets. 62 Ponte Vedra
Colony. $244,900
904-476-6579
POTTSBURG CREEK 2/1.5,
newly remodeled, river
access, scrn porch
$132,000. 904-571-1112
REGENCY WOOD
CONDOMINIUMS $148,900
1800SF, 3/2.5, Call now It
won't last. 607-0228
S'SIDE lyr new 3/2,
Merrill Pines Condo @
9A. Upgrades, all appis &
possibly furn. Mus sell.
$138.600. 904-316-0600


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904-403-6888

360 Out of Area/
Town/State

A FANTASTIC SPRING FED
CLEAR LAKE II
skiing, jet skiing, fish-
ing, swimming, Its all
Here !! Only $159,900.
Call Broncile Parcher
I A Plus Realty, Inc.
386-328-3900 interlachen
Fitzgerald, Ga. Country
Home 3BR/2BA Brick,
84 acres, Totally
remodeled. $187,500.
Call 229.423-5284
GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
several creeks enhance
the natural beauty of
this heavily wooded 3.5
acre homesite. $79 000
Call owner/Bkr for info
& pi c t u r e s.
800-521-6788 orsee
gatewaymountain.com
VA Land: 12 acs, fronts
on river: $60K; For pics:
owner@newbranch.com
Perked: 919-693-8984

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370 Lots for Sale

8445 Old Plank Rd.
2 Acre fen & cleared.


375 Farms/
7 Acreage

239 ac. In Wakulla Co FL.
App. 22 miles south of
Tallahassee & 10 miles
from St. Mark's Marina.
Exc. investment & rec
rational property w/
15 & 18 yr. old pine
plantation. $1,950/ac.
all 770-444-3511 or
404-825-3635.
2,800 ACRES IN
WAKULLA CO, FL.
App. 22 miles south of
Tallahassee w/ Hwy. 98
frontage. App. 8 miles
to 5t Marks Marina
E .ellent ,nvestlent &
recreational prooer t
G.er l.'00j acres 0r
merchant aoe pine
pi an ratrnn. 52.75,u a :
Call 771 .444 351' or
-104 825-3635
Bamrnwell Counly 5.C.
313 Bc. in limber .v3luoa
-a- 1700 to s60 per .3c
f'Cel hunting. high'. a,
rint3qe. 12. 00 per ac
Call 80.3-259-7688
BRUNSWICK, GA &
JESUP, GA. 50-2SOOacres
912.-294-0335
Clay Co/Keystone Hghts
off 315C &Blanding Blvd
Sac, Hi & dry. lightly
wded. $70K. 904- 6731475
GLASCOCK CO., GA
304 AC $2,295/AC
Rolling Hills!
Gorgeous hardwood
bottoms, excellent
lake site.
404-3628244
St. Regis Paper Co., LLC
www.streglspaper.com
SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken County -549 acres
located 2 miles off 1-20.
Over 3 miles of road
frontage.Call
478-361-5202
SOUTHWEST VA, house
in 26acres, pool, barn,
creek & very priv. Good,
Hunting. 276- 940- 2729


375 Farms/
137 Acreage

TIMBER CREEK
COUNTRY ESTATES,
Thomas County, Ga.
20-30 acre tacts, homesites,
pondsites, 15-20 year old
planted pines, paved road
frontage, deed Restricted,
15 min. north of Thomasvllie,
Ga. Call Rocky Ford, LLC,
229-226-1719, for Info pack
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1,398 Acres: The Sun
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We ing located south
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over 300 acres of mixed
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remainder In mature
pines. Available in
affordable parcels
ranging from 100 to
1398 acres. Great for
recreational use or
development. Asking
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405 Apartments
410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
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420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured
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427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
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445SStorage/Mini-
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450 Management/Rental
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400 Apartments
Furnished

ARL -REGENCY INN *
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$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
RIVERSIDE Corp. lux apt.
newly renov. 1BR until
WD,& linens inci
$1425mo. 904-382- 3590

405 Apartments
Unfurnished

AVONDALE Historic dis-
trict. Brick duplex 2/1
hdwd firs, ch&a, w/d
$900 mo. 904-994-7740
MANDARIN 2BR/2BA
condo New, gated pool,
No pets. Applis $895mo
/$500dep 904-545-1999
MARIEITA 1/1 $395
water inclu/ch&a/fence
eqpt litch/expwy access
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
NORTHSIDE -nr Main &
25th, 2br clean, fresh
pnt, $425im-$400dp.
credit check 744-1570
Northslde Newly Renov
3/1, 1000sf, w/fpl, 4548
Notter Ave HUD OK
$800+dep 619-316-4644

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To Hang $575 -$780
Your Hat? 1,2 & 3 BR'S
Available
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Ashley Park
Apartments


SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
S'SIDE Univ Blvd Near
Memorial Hosp & 95 New
Renovation. Safe & Fam.
Oriented. Large 2bd @
$675. 904-733.2042
WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&A,
d/w, ceiling fans, W/D
hookup. $650mo + 1 mo
dep. No dogs 662-3865
WESTSIDE
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQUIRED $595 778.2897
WESTSIDE
NEAR NAS JAX
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Back to School
SMove In Speciall
1. 2, & 1BR'I
Available
Planlers Walk
(904) 778 1791
Westside priv lbr w/jacuzzi
CH&A, wtr & lights inci,
cbl ready $650m+dep
No Pets. 904-778-7668
W'SIDE TH Duplex
2/1.5 clean & quiet
w/d hkp, gd prkng, crd
chk, $695904-707-6251


410 Condominiums
ARLINGTON MERRILL
PINES New 2/2-
water/electric included
$1095mo. 403-7618
ARL-Merrill Pines
New 3/2 all appll. +
front load w/d, pets
ok., Avail now! PCS
$1000.504-4277
ATL. BCH/Selva Marina
2/2, new remod, $1200m.
InclI. w/s,cbl, pool &
tennis. 904 249-7548
BAYMEADOWS Deerwood
3/2, 1530sf, all new, fplc,
lanai, No Smk/ Pets
$1095mo. Call 505-3648


410 Condominiums
BEAUCLERC 1200 sf,
2/1.5, In/out pool
sauna. New AC. All
appis. Eat n kit. Walk n
closet Shady patio $950.
737-6948
Gate Parkway, Gated 2/2
3rd floor, end unit
w/storage, upgrade, all
appliances, comm pool
$100m 407-810-1803
4, ICW- 1/1 condo. w/d,

Hodges, near each,
20 minutes to bases,
$900mo. 904-382-3595
INTERCOASTAL 2br/2ba,
WD, pool, gym, water
front golf views
$1100mo. Call 477-2090
-, INTERCOASTAL
2/BR FOR RENT
L washer/ dryer
Included, fitness cen-
ter, ool many other great
features. $950/mo.
728-0393
Mandarin new 3BR/2BA
Gated comm, all appli
ances incld w/d, pool.
$1050. 866-8089
Mandarin 1/1 All new
appliances, w/d Inci'd,
gaed, 5 Star amenities.
$925mo. 742-2439
MANDARIN i 3BR, 2.SBA,
beautiful Bigtree town
home. 1700 sq ft. New
carpet, no pets, $1150mo.
904262.-0377,705-3535
OAKLEAF PLANTATION 4/2,
1700sf, w/d, frig, Many
amenities$1250
9 5 4 5 5 9 0 5 4 6
904-778-4471
OCEANFRONT 3/3 NEW
Constr2471sf Grt view
from Ig ocean lanai.
Designer finishes, 2
pools, fit cntr. 616-1527
O.P. BRAND NEW TWNHSE
w/gar 2br/2.Sba with
bonus rm, cul- de- sac
$950m 465-1318
O.P. -Rent or RTO
$900mo. Guaranteed
Fin. 2/2, New Natures
Hideaway $139k 276-6446
Orange Park, TH New
remod 3/2.5 pool grt oc
xtra clean no pets $850m
+dep w/crdt chk 210-6050
Orange Park 2br/2ba loft
condo. ,ff n s, I 17 near
NAS base. S9Omo-dep.
No pets 904 233 1341
PONTEVEDRA BCH I .ne,
renro-o 5 5 jr jamernilllei
595,mo Co1ll 90.716 7 12
or 904-673 8967
Ponta Ve4ra Bl,. Ocean
Grov Arbo% Cl ub Dr.
Gated, RENOVATED,
Wall malnt'd lbr +-oft w/
2 beds. Rent w/ opUon
to buy. Great amenltles,
clubhouse, 9043D03-003
David.Macaruso@'conet
$1,000mo. + dep.
PVB E. of AIA. Like new
1/1 peaceful end unit. 5
Star amen. Lake view.
$1200m. 904- 537-6171
PVB Spacious 2/2, story
crnr unit, fpl, w/d, new
renov. $ 1195m.
904-285-4444 Iv msg
PV/SEAHAWK $300 off
1st mo. rent. 2/2 grand fir,
cov. patio, amen's,
$950m. 904-273-0796
RAVINES lbr, 2ba, fully
furn, all new, rent
incIds: elec, water cbl
ph $975mo $979 sec
dep 923-4483
S. Jax Bch Lrg 1/1, Gated,
Fplice,Lanai, Pergo,
$990/Incl. water/Gar
940 w/o Gar 379-4288
Southside 2br/2ba
Montreux, w/d incl, Irg
gardn tubs, over looks
pool $1100m 537-2780
SOUTHSIDE 2/2, gated,
pool, river access, gym,
$795 unfurn/ $995 furn.
Call Jeff 591-6576
S'SIDE 2/2 w/gar 2nd fir,
very clean, w/d, conv.
loc. $995m+util, amen.
Inc AvI 10/1. 904-519- 7858
St Augustine The Legends
at St. Johns luxury 3/2.5
brand new, near World
Golf Village 786-271-6841
WESTSIDE-Nr NAS,
gated comm, 2/2, new.
w/d, kit appA pool,
playgrnd. $890mo.
904-652-38566
WILLIAMS WALK @
BARTRAM PARK
New, unfurn 1 bdrm
luxury condo, near 1-95
& Baptist Hospital.
Fabulous view & ameni
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41. Houses
Furnished

Orange Pk Oak Leaf, 3/3
lake view furn, utl Incl,
$1500 mo/mo, big TV
golf, pool, 909-684-8184
Ortega Waterfront 2/1.5
pool, new appliances /
granite, w/d, security,
1300 mo. 904. 923-3136

L420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

. Amelia
Island-3/2.5
townhome, 2 car
po garage, security
sys, sprinkler sys, 1900
sf. TilNed throughout,
handicap accessible
$1200m0. 904-321-4080
ARGYLE
3/2, LR, DR. FAMILY ROOM,
SPLIT BDORM, FENCED YARD
REF REQ $995/MO. 778.2897
Argyle 4/2, $300 Move-In
Special 8552 Bandera Cir.
W. newly remod $1095.
NO HUD. 904-687-4962
Argyle Forest Rent to
Own 4/2 IncI w/d fridge
range, 2 cargar, comm
pool & park, 1543sf,
1375m 904-476-6944
ARGYLE Oak Leaf. 4/2, all
brick, 2270sf, all applis,
inic WD. club amenities,
lawn serv $1600m credit
ck. 904-703-7196 Todd
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5/3, pool house,
open flrplan, numerous
extras.. Ex$. Clay
County Shcools.
$1900mo. $399K PCS.
509-9113/771-5208
Arlington-Ft. Caroline
TH, 3/2.5. 11704 Tana
ger Dr. $900+$1200dep.
Pet fee. 1- 800- 322-1324
SARLINGTON HOME
FOR RENT 3/2
Hardwood floors,
fenced yard Inground
pool, $1100/mo deposit.
Contacl Robert Meggs.

Arlington N'S, O.P. 2, 3,
4BR Homes and Apts.
starting at $550. Zenith
Realty 904-215-0676
AVONDALE Open Hse Sat
9/2: 1.3pm priv fen bk
,d 2br. -Lba 1265 Menna
5t $975mo. 743 1901
Avondale 3/2 kit equip,
w,'d hkup. clean, quiet
n'hood., S400mo. $ dep
Call 904-553-4552
AVONDALE-3 1. CH&A,
hardwood firs., updated kit
blh. w d hookup detached
ga.fncd yd. 2Quiet street.
51100 mo 904 -389-7967
BEACHES Isle Of Palms
3 2 5. pool. water Irrt.
vw dock gar. len y.
$2100mc, 35263e2151
Beach/Hodges 2/2.5 TH
corner unit, brand new,
fully equip, gtd comm,
alarm sys, all amen,
lake view. $1100 mo.
$500 dep. 407-342-4670
or 904-221-2057

BEACH
NEW LUXURY TOWNHOME
1095 S. 7th St $1620 Mo.
1-800-935-8347 Ext 107
WESELUAXHOMES.COM
CEDAR HILLS 3/1 $950
Lg Porch, 1200SF, Great Rm
1 Car Gar, Fenced, Wood Firs.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
CHIMNEY LAKES
Beautiful 3/2 home on
4 quiet cul-de-sac, fp,
scrnd prch, garden
bath in mbr, Ig fncd yrd,
kids ride bikes to Chimney
Lakes Elem. $1200. 571-5315
CLAY/Silver Creek 4/2,
all brick, cul-de-sac lake
lot, great schools.
$1350mo. Chris 742-7486
EAGLE HARBOR-4/2.5,
2400sf, clubhouse ameni
ties, On Pond. Pets OK
$1650 mo 477-6311
Fernandlna Beach New
3/2 w/carprt on 1/2 ac.
No pets.N/S $1300+dep
904- 269-.7317/556- 2353
FT. CAROLINE/COBBLESTONE
3/2 $1195, Porch, 1460SF
2 Car Gar, Fplc, 1 Yr Renov.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Green Cove 3/2.5 River
view, 1/2 ac, pool, 2 car
gar. newly renovations
$1500. 904-284-9530
ICW/ JAX BCH -pool, 3
docks, lux at Its best,
4/2, gar, RTO. $1900mo.
Call 268-6929


420 ,Houses
420 Unfurnished

4p ICW-Minutes from
SMayport 4/2,2600
Ssf, fireplace pool,
huge yard, $1600
mo. Cal220-7073 or
808-456-9496 PCS
ICW Near MAYPORT &
BCHS Like New Brick
3/2, 2 car gar, fenc bk,
w/d hkupIg deck over
looking lake, NP/NS
$1200mo. 904-247-7118
INNER COASTAL WEST
Sutton Lakes, on lake,
3/2 In ground pool.
18560 sqt, $1400/mo.
904-699-2245
Intercoastal/Beach
S2br. New appliances,
1 w/d IncI, Irge pool
fitness center and
many other amen.,
$950/mo. 728-0390 or
553-6110
Intercoastal-3/2, 2 car
gar, fncd bkyd Access
to comm pool & tenn ct,
nice n'hood $1280 mo +
dep., $35.00 app feeAv
all Sept 904-241-6568
JAX BEACH 2/1 DUPLEX
30' to bch access, ocean
view. $1095 & 1195mo
904-725-3359
Kingland, GA. 3br+loft
2.5ba, 2 car gar. Quiet
n'hood, very clean,
open fir plan, sec sys,
ch/a, large ydscrnd
patio w/hottub. sW/D
inci, but no fridge.
No Pets. $900m
717-658-3351
Lakeshore/W'side 3/1
bungalow, wd firs, frpl,
scn porch, 5320 Colonial
Ave. $895mo. 388-7324
MAND. 4/2.5, pool, lake,
fp, 2cgar, w/d hu, 2500sf,
10312 Sylvan Ln. $1950m.
incl. pool svc. 448-0433
MANDARIN 3/2, 2car gar
Fpl, fen, comm pool,
cul -de -sac, pets ok
$1150mo. 904-566-7416
J MANDARIN
4/2.5 COMPUTER RM,
i 2-STORY, 2500SF,
W/D, 2 DR REF, DINING
SET, SOFA & CHAIR
$1800MO. CALL 292-1040 OR
338-1264
MANDARIN 4br+LOFT
3.5bath 3100sf. Lake
front with fridge & w/d
near 195 $1750/m
904-737-6680
MANDARIN Beautiful 4/2,
Lakefront home In
Prestigious Neighbor-
hood. Immaculate
condition. Many extras.
A Must Seel
$1800mo. 904.881-9020
MAND/Waterford Est
2300sf, 3/3+upstairs
bonus, all appis stay,
scrn porch. $1500m Iwn
svc Incl+amenlties.
Open 8/2 & 8/3,1.4pm.
12035 Colby Creek Dr.
904- 728- 5619/728-9074
MIDDELBURG- Villages
Of Fireside, 4/2, 2 car
gar. a/c F rm fen bk yd
200sf, $1450 673-2276
MIDDLEBURG -gated
comm, 5/3, new constr.
2300sf. $1495mo. 904
505-0124
Murray Hill 2/1 $300
Move-in Special! 4814
Headley Ter. $750mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
S NORTH JAX
4/2, AVAIL SEPT. 2006,
til SERIOUS INQ ONLY.
PLEASE CALL
904-386-3724
NORTHSIDE -4/2, CH&A,
fncd yd, sec sys,
$950mo. 737-1152
Northslde Brand New
4/2, 3 car gar, comm.
pool, no smk or pets,
$1500+sec. 9043344252
Northslde 3/1 $700-$825
& Murry Hill 2/1 $725m
all have ch&a, appis
No HUD Greg 376-5190
Northside 3br/2ba
No pets, no smoking
$1200/mo. Call for into
904-768-6767
NORTHSIDE Duplex 3/2
Newly remodeled, Lrg
back yard. $675m (904)
219 -8316 (786)287-2869
NORTHWEST 1190 W.
13th St. Near Stanton
H/S remodeled 2BR
$600 mo w/good credit
226-9555/887-2363
N'side 3/1 $300 Move-In
Speclall 9332 Norfolk
Blvd. Remod. $850mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

N'SIDE Conifer Ridge
New 3/2 2cg on Lake.
w/d hu. 1700sf. nr Alrprt
$1250m 954-605-0820
N'WEST 2335 Ephrata Ct.
3BR, ch&a $650 mo.
w/good credit $300 dep.
226-9555/887-2363
OCEANWAY 4/3, 2400sf, 2
carport, LR DR, FR w/
fpl, recreation rm, Grt
rm $1200+dep 334-6698
O.P. -1911 Hunters
Trace. Immac 3/2, 2 car
gar, 1500sf, scrnd
porch, Ig fncd yd,
1150mo. 276-6446
OP/FLEMING ISL Beautyl
.5ac nr river. Lg 3/2. Ided
w/upgrds 51190m or RTO
Cony. loc. 9041334-4341
OP/GCS WATERFRONT
3/2 on black creek canal
Ideal for large boat.
$1400m. 904-269-2929
O.P. OAKLEAF New
4/2+, 2600+, waterfront,
w/d, lanai, no smk/pets.
$1650mo. Call 505-3648


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4 0 Unfurnished

O.P. -Patio home, RTO,
$1100mo, 3/22 car Mar,
1500sf, Guar Fin. $1Sk
Call 276-6446

O.P.- Spacious 4/2, 2 car
garage, 2284sf In Eagle
arbor, 3 way bedrm
spit, form liv/din, scnr
Sporch lawn care Incl.
$1475 Vanguard Realty
Inc. 904264. 7181 ext 1

ORANGEDALE 2/1, river
front 3ac, WD, 200ft
dock & boat lift
$1300mo. 904-424-1807
O Orange Park/
SBear-Run Sub-divi-
.|sion-Two story 5/3
on cul- de- sac.
$1200mo plus security
deposit req'd. Contact
Sharon at759-1106
Orange PK/Flem Isi New
lux 3/3+gar end unit
2671 Tuscany Glen Dr.
off College St. $1300m
RTO Option. 626-4200
Orange Pk near Argyle
Elem. brand new 4/2,
Upgrades galore WD
$1295.S1395m 236.9889


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42o0 Houses
420 Unfurnished

SOrange Park-
Meadow Brook
Subdivision home
for rent, 3/1.5
$850mo. plus security
dep. Call Sharon
759-1106
Ortega $1700, 4/2, hw
firs, new kit, fncd yd,
garage, grt neighbor-
hood &schls 387-0154

PACE ISLAND
Gated community.
4br/3ba, 2400 +sf, 2 car
gar, avi. Sept. 1. $1695m.
269-8941/625-6519.
PAXON 3072 W. 16TH ST.
remodeled 3BR with
garage apt RTO $750
mo w/good credit
226-9555/ 887-2363
PV Close to Schls & Bch.
Quiet family community
4/2.5, 2cgar 2500sf,
$2000m. 904.273.0796

Riverside/5Pts 4BR, 2stry
3prchs, hdwd firs, new
pnt, w/d stays $1200Om.
Pets neg. 904- 504- 7700


4201 Houses
420 unfurnished

SAN JOSE Charming lake
front, 3/2, CH&A, wdh,
gar, wd/ tile firs, dock,
pet ok with dep. $1325.
Call 904-838-8725

San Marco, Great loca-
tion! 3br/lba bungalow,
w/d hu. ch/a, remod.
$1290m 904-962-1381

Southslde/St Nicholas
3411 Stanley St. 2br/lba
950sf, fencyd $800mo+
dep 755-8551, 398-6784
Southslde/Baymeadows
1240sf, 3/2 /Icar gar,
LAKE VIEWS $995. mo.
+ utils. 904. 565 9118
SOUTHSIDE DUPLEX
Cozy 2/1, deluxe. W/D.
2788 Hidden Village Dr.
$875mo. 343-5675

SOUTHSIDE -3307 Ponce
Deleon 1800sf, 3/2,
CH&A, fncd yd, well,
$950m0. Call 733-7901

SOUTHSIDE Cony. 95 &
dwntwn 4/2 new car
Spet, tile $1195mo+ sec.
904-287-2727, 982-2106


420 Houses
420 Unfurnished

Southslde Iron Wood
Lease to buy 4/3, 2400sf
$1900mo or $392,000.
Call 516-660-2709
SPRINGFIELD 3/2.5, 2stry
DR, FR, gar, all appi In kit
2nd fir bale. New renovd
$1275m. 904- 343-9867
go to www.aael.biz
SPRINGFIELD(Historical)
1917 Perry St. near
Shands Hospital 3 or 4
BR ch&a, $800 mo
w/good credit.
226- 9555/887-2363
S/S (6 mi DT) 3/2, gar.
3639 Coronado Rd. $975
904 731 1599/904 327 7823
S'SIDE 3/2 w/attach ofc,
w/d hkp, freshly updtd,
Next FCCJ, $975m. incl
Iwn svc, 374-60051v msg
S'SIDE NEW TOWNHOUSE
Bartram Park 2br+loft,
2ba, waterfront fountain
view. W/D, fridge,
$1250m. 843-296- 1479
S'slde The Landings at
Belle Rive 2/2.5, 1cgar,
near Town Ctr water-
view $1150. 904-497-9476


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420 f Houses
42OV Unfurnished

ST. AUG BCH -2/2.5, gar,
$1250mo. Brand New
TH, 1.5ml from bch,
Frank 904-673-3957
ST. JOHNS CO. -modest
2/2 river viewgar,
enclosed yd, $10O0mo.
Call 808-6153
St. Johns/Monu-
S %ment-3/2, 1500sf,
2 car garage, large
backyard pets?
W/D Included 6 miles
from Mayport, 5 min-
utes from everything.
$1050 mo+ $1050 dep
891- 5843
10436 Jolynn Rd.
ST. JOHNS CO/GABLES
2/2.5+gar. TH off 210 & 95
Brand new. A+ Schools.
$975m. 904-233-7970
4 ST.MARYS, GA
4/2, GAR, FENCED.
BACKYARD S MIN TO
BASE, ASSOC. POOL,
NICE AREA, PCSING,
$975MO. 912-576-7377/
227-0866
St Nicholas Exec 2br/2ba
2 car gar, FL rm, frpl, all
ap pl s, lawn svc Inct
$l95mo. 904.398-6273
SWITZERLAND -remod.
3/2, gated watrfrnt
comm, dock pool,
tenn, $1700m 657-8428
4, VILLAS OF FIRESIDE
4/2,2089SF, ON
CUL-DE-SAC, GATED,
$1500 +DEEP.
904-214-9198/ 327-3298
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778- 2897
W WESTSIDE 3/1.5 WITH
2 BONUS ROOMS,
NEWLY REMODELED,
$950/MO, CHA, NEAR
1-95 & 103RD, CALL
904-278-2951
WESTSIDE NR OP 3/1
BONUS RM, NEW CPT, 2
CAR OAR, W/D HKP NO PETS
REF REQ. $850/MO. 860. 7219
WESTSIDE 2br duplex,
Iba. ch/a, wtr swr furnd
$650m+$500dp, no pets.
778- 7840/502-0974
WESTSIDE -3/1, den
w/fplc, fncd yd, $500
dep, $900mo. 779-2005

WESTSIDE 3/2 TwnHse,
7617 Mellssa Ct.
$800m + $1000 dep.
No pets. 1-800. 322-1324
WESTSIDE 6554 Bur-
gundy Rd. S. 3/1.5, ch/a
en yd9$750mo. Call
695.3388 or 777-0691
Westslde 3/1 equip kit,
dining, ch/a, many
xtras $1000m+dep days:
686.5390; eves: 786-4277
WESTSIDE 2br duplex,
lba, ch/a wtr swr furnd
$650m+$500dp, no pets.
778-7840/502-0974
Westside 3/1.5 $300
Move In Speclall 2962 W
16th St. Remod. $850mo
No HUD. 904-687-4962
Westside Ig 2/1 $300
Move-in SpecIal! 1052
St. Clair St. Remod. $775
NO HUD 904-687-4962
S'side 3/1, $300 Move-In
Special 3444 Inwood
Cir.W Remod $850mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
W'side 3/2, $300 Move-
In Special 4510 Tango
Ln E. Newly Remod $895
No HUD. 904-687-4962
W' SIDE
2/1 w/d, d-air, $950mo.
Call 476-4304
W'SIDE 2529 MELSON
AVE. Historical 2-story,
renovated w/new
everything. RTOH R
$1000 mo w/good cred
226-9555/ 887-2363
W'side -3/1 $300 Move In
Special1 6994 Miss
Muffit Ln S. Remod $795
No HUD. 904-687.4962
W'SIDE 3/1 $300. Move-
In Special! 2012 Detroit
St. Remod. $800mo.
NO HUD. 904-687-4962
W'side 3/2. $300. Move
-In Special! 4508 Tango
Ln. Newly Remod $850.
NO HUD. 904-687-4962
WVSIDE/ARGYLE
New twnhme w/garage.
2bed/2.5ba $975/mo+utl.
904- 619-5053.
WSIDE End Unit TH 2/2,
5558 Bennington Dr.
$650m+$700dp + pet fee
Call 800-322-1324
WS LAKESHORE 3/1.5 $825
1600SF, Kit Equip, Carport,
Bonus rm, ch&a, WD Hkps.
VANSANDT RE 389- 3540
YULEE -Timber Creek,
2500sf, 3/4 br, 2.Sba, 1
ml from 95, avail immed
$1600 912-674-0259
$500 Down U OWN
AllAreas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208
4 Beautifully remodeled
5/3,2600sf, home
large lot in quite.
subdivision, minimum,
6 mth. lease $1400/month.
Call 912-266-4295






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$550 -$1425
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Northside
Orange Park
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Downtown
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Arlington
Southside
Argyle
Intercoastal West
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425 Manufactured
.9 Homes
NORTHWEST JAX
Clean 2 br AC & HT.
Priv Lot, Unfurn., No Petsl
$15SWK + DEPOSIT 838-4183
N'SIDE -2109 Ed Johrison
Dr. 3/1, $575m $625dep.
No pets 757.7621
ST. JOHNS CO. -1.5 ac,
1994, MH, 1800sf, 3/2, 2
car gar, butler barn.
$1100mo. Call 716-4162


and assumable
salestax and move-in.
Call Sandy @ 695-2255
WESTSIDE 3/2 priv lot
w/d, a/c, shed, $725m
+dep, wtr/garbge incl.
No pets 904-635-2400
WSIDE 2/1, CH&A, fncd
yd, $600mo + dep.
771-2348

430 Roommates
ARGYLE- TO SHARE


4/2.5 HOME, $250dep
$SOO5mo util inc 386-0698
ATLANTIC/KERNAN
Luxury TwnHm Prof
wanted. Call for details.
$600m incls all. 509-1061
4, Ft. Caroline Area
Looking for Male roo-
mate, 3/2. $125 wkly,
everything Included,
until, cbl, internet.
Call Jason, 904-553-1527
ICW share hse prlv ba,
LR N/smkr, $625 Inclds
cable & utils. 221-6062
M'BURG Mstr Br w/prlv
ba, furn rm, cbl. $150wk
Inci util. 904-406-2408
OP Home w/pool or
M'burg Sm. Ranch
$400+dp. N/S 612-6646
ORANGE PARK SHARE
LARGE 2-STORY HOME
WITH FOOL 400
(INCLUDES UTIL DEP)
612-6646, (NON-SMOKINOI
NO COUPLES. CABLE &
PHONE IN FURN ROOMS
4 ORANGE PARK
OAKLEAF
J PLANTATION,
I room 1450 mo
furn $475. mc. Free
water. utll neg N S.
f. 9O4962 5420


430 Roommates

4 ORANGE PARK
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
$ one room furn.,
$475mo. or unfur-
nished $450 non-smoker,
free water/ amenities,
utiltles neg. 904-962-5420
WESTSIDE Need rmmte,
3/2 quiet home, $500mo
ncl. utilities 962-4789
WS- WF seeks day
working Male. Furn rm
prIv bath, pool. Non smkr
$500m Inc[ utils. 777-5955

43s5 Rooms
to Rent

ARLINGTON
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Mlcrowave & RefrlgI
Low Daily/Wkly Ratesi
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
ARLINGTON -$125/wk.
Must be steady employed.
207-1312 762-0440

ARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
$139 -7 DAY STAY
(904) 725 -5093
BAYMEADOWS,
BEACHES, MANDARIN
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also houses
for rent urn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904- 302- 5753
Q, MIDDLEBURG-
S Share 4 acre horse
ranch well cozy
kept home nicely
furnished room.
$325+util+deposit. Call
904-612-6646
OP Efficiency, furn, sm
refrig, microwave,
cable off street parking,
$100 dep. + $395 mo
Avail now Call 215-9416
4, ROOM FOR RENT NEAR
HAS JAX $400/MO.
INLCUDES UTILITIES
ROOM IS FURNISHED.
CALL 904-779-4660
WESTSIDE, Who else
wants to rent a great
room w/extras In a big
hse w/yd? 904-477- 7944






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

O Commercial/
500s Industrial
For Sale
GREAT LOCATION. 1-95 &
Atlantic Blvd. San Marco
8000SF CCG2, $650,000.
For Sale/Lease. 626- 3430

Commercial/
505 Industrial
For Rent

2000sf
Grade level warehouse.
Utils included. $1000/mo
Call for details. 50,000
cars per day. Easton,
Sanderson, & Co.
356-2228 Realtor
Beaver/Lane Ind/Retall
7500sf & 28000sf avail.
RR, fncd. $3.75sf/nnn
Anaheim 561-324 0640
Office/Warehouse New
Berlin Ind Park 1750sf
Fncd outside strge
$1650m 561- 662- 0305
Office/Warehouse 9A &
New Berlin. Ind zoning
3500sf, end unit, fncd
outsd strg 954-325-1786
SOUTHSIDE -17,300, dock
high, 21,300sf. or
42,600sf. Grade level
with common area
dock. Please call for
details. Easton, Sand-
erson, & Co. 356-2228
Realtor

507 Businesses
525 7 For Sale

DOLLAR STORE $39,900.
Beautiful for more Info
please call 693-6580
TIRE STORE OP- Fully
equip, fully operational.
TurnKey 904-771-4122


510 Office Space
For Sale

COMM'I. BUILDING/
WAREHOUSE- 14,000 SQ
FT. High Visibility nr
Wal I mart.386- 965- 4873

515 Office Space
For Rent

ARL OFFICE 1420 Cesery
Blvd. 575sf, $600/mo.
inci util. Crown Pest
Control 904-743-1132 M- F
JTB & PHILLIPS
Starting at $375, utils
included. GOING FAST!!
Call Rod 343-8922
Mandarin 1140sf, @1-295
& San Jose Blvd.
$1750mo. will consider
renting Individual ofc
rm Jeff 410-441-0861 or
904-261-0185
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
(904) 998-9339

P/T Office @SS & JTB
Furnished & Incl. Recpt
$226/mo. Call 281-0566

SOUTHSIDE Deerwood,
Park virtual& Exec from
$250mo fully furn no
sec dep. CIndy 680- 3000
525 Retail
For Rent

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






Financial
550 Business
Opportunities
555 Distributorships/
Franchises
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold

550 Business
Opportunities
$$$ Pro Foreclosure
Business $$$ $299.
4 weeks class. 622-7539
serious inq. only.


BREAKFAST & LUNCH
-O.P. inci land & bldg.
Gross over $800k, ask
$998k Biz.Max.Bus.
Brokers 727-542-4084
CAFE COFFEE HOUSE
Great upscale location.
$195,000 859-7240
CHILDCARE CENTERS
established w/real
estate. Financing
arranged FL Invest-
ment Properties
888-881-0118

LIQUOR LICENSE -Clay, 4
COP, best price and
terms 386-677-3785
TIRE STORE OP- Fully
equip, fully operational
Turnkey 904-771-4122

565 Money to Lend
or Borrow


NO Money Down

Home/Comm Loans

Amerr0onltCapltal.com

804-339-4524,


Education and
Training
600 Private Instruction
60 Schools
610 Specialty Training/
Events


605 Schools
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
16 wk, medical tran-
scription state certi-
fied program. FMI:
Academy of Medical
Transcription INC
941-828-0051
www.transcrlptionschool.net
ALLIANCE School Of
Mortgage Lending
Mortgage Broker Sep. 22nd
Mortgage Processor Sep. 29th
(904) 880- 8070

REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class Sept 11
8 Week Eve Class August 21
Superior Instruction
www.myfrel.com
(904)269-2865
Florida Real Estate Institute
Alliance Real
Estate Institute
eTxPraTns- i4- Cu3-:- 4 n
(904) 881-8070
ALLIANCE
Title Agency School
Class Starts Oct. 6th & 13th
(904) 880-.8070
A NEW CAREER
Train as a
MEDICAL ASSISTANT
in less time than you thinkI
Financial Aid available for
those who qualify.
Career Services Assistance.
Training Includes an
externshlpl
CALL NOW 888-432-2433
Sanford-Brown institute
10255 Fortune Pkwy, Ste 501
Jacksonville, FL, 32256

700 Domestic
HOUSEKEEPER -$45 per
cleaning, 1 time per
week, flex hrs,
292-9105


7O Customer
702 Service

30 SEAT-24/7 INBOUND
CALL CTR- take orders
from print & TV ads,
pass spelling, gram-
mar, typing tests
739-3700 for appt.

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

707 Driver

Be A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Busy season 600- 800 wk
Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
Taxi/Para.s- Transit 493- 5246
Tim Collins
Beach Taxi 249-0360
Brian
BOX TRUCK DRIVER no
CDL needed, 5 day
week, Avg$500wk 2yr
exp req'd. 904-463-0405

4 Company
S Drivers
S$1500 Sign on
Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/ 2
or moreyrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
SHome most wknds
SNEW PAY PACKAGE
$.34-.38/mile
S0/OP pay $.90/mile.
+ fuel supplement
S$01 Safety Bonus
S$.02 Service Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
Paid Vac & holidays
SOptional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day


800-723-3424 for info

Independent contract
delivery driver, PT Pre
fer mini-van, covered
pu or SUV. Fuel sur
charge & lots of work
Call 904-710-6578.
TRUCK DRIVERS
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
866-374-0764

JOIN OUR TEAM
AT THE
Times-Union
Seeking qualified
applicants for the
following position:
TRUCK DRIVER
Please see our dis-
play ad under classi-
fication 755.

1 _ _


710 Industrial/
710d Trades

A/C DUCT CLEANING
TRUCK OPERATOR /
INSTALLER Good pay &
benefits. Good Driving
record a must. DFWP,
Indoor Comfort 396-7771
CARPENTERS
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
Health benefits
Paid Holidays
Paid vacations
Gas allowance
40 plus hrs/week
Company T-shirts
Quarterly Bonus
program
Cal 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
CONCRETE DRILL & SAW
Operator / Trainee, start
pay $13/hr. & benefits
valid DR lic.
EOE Call 262-9985
ELECTRICAL HELPERS &
ELECTRICIANS
Min 1 yr Comm. Exp
DFWP EOE EC1092
(904) 757-6633
GRADER, DOZER,
TRACKHOE,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE
GUTTER INSTALLER
WANTED!
Exp. preferred, but will
train. Beach company.
DFWP. Call 904-241-5099
HOUSEWRAP
INSTALLERS
Must have transport
tlon. Exc pay! Benefits/
Bc,:nuse? aHrdviorkIna.:
reliable people? only
Call 636 0.07
MAINT SUPERVISOR
hNaonal Co. seeking
Maintenance Supervi-
sor forluxury apart-
ment community. Com-
petitive salary package
Including benefits.
Fax resume to
904- 724-8693,
E.O.E. OFWP
MANUFACTURING
LEAVING THE SERVICE?
No experience required.
Now hiring full time
manufacturing posi-
tions, Including forklift
operators, line opera-
tors. We offer a real
opportunity with train-
ing, good pay and ben-
efits. We are located
West of Jacksonville in
a growing community.
Contact Sanderson Pipe
at 275-2833 and ask for
H/R.
PLASTERERS &
LABORERS WANTED
Top wages for Qualified
individuals. 3Bnefits
pkg avail 249-3049
PLUMBERS & HELPERS
Experienced Needed.
Repipes & remodeling.
Drivers license
required. Call 353-3102
PLUMBERS
Exp'd, for residential &
commercial. Please
call Chris at
904-509-5046
SHEET METAL-mfg posi
tion for: Press Brake,
CNC Punches, Grinding
Painters, Medical and
401k. Drug free. Fax
resume 783-2966 or
apply at 5285 Ramona
Blvd.
TRUCK DRIVER/
CONCRETE TRAINEE
Bobcat Operator CDL
$14 /hr/benf 219-0396
EOE

711 Marine
711 Trade

CLERK SUPERINTENDENT
Gulf-South co seeks clerk
supt w/min 5 yrs exp In
maritime & breakbulk
cargo. Must be able to
identify cargo & have
good math skills. Good
salary/benefits. Send
resume to: HR Dept. PO
Box 53235 NOLA
70153-3235 or e-mail to:
hr@jkgroup.com EOE
SHIP SUPERINTENDENT
Gulf-So co needs ship
supts for loading/
unloading of vessels
(breakbulk). Min 5 yrs
in maritime industry.
Must read stow plans.
Mln cptr exp. Good sal
ary/benefits. Send
resume to: HR Dept. PO
Box 53235 NOLA
70153-3235 or e-mail to:
hr@jkgroup.com EOE

712 Mechanic

AUTO MECHANICS
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
CALL 904-236-1885
Up to $2,000 in Signing
Bon us Drug tree
Workplace EEO/
M/F/V/D
GENERAL TRUCK
MECHANIC Exp'd, Clean
MVR pref'd. DFWP Apply
at 7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX.
or call 772-1313 EOE

714 Insurance

Railroad Employees
needed to sellincome
protection policies to
CSX and Florida East
Coast railroad employ-
ees. Please contact us
at cpa@cpalnsurance-
company.com, fax
248-738-8817, or call
800-432-8245.
CPA Insurance Company
Service to Railroad
Employees for
100 years


715 Management/
715 Professional

Personal Financial
Education Specialist
Jacksonville, FL
Provides one-on-one con-
sultation, Information and
referral, classroom
training, workshops and
seminars. BA/BS In edu-
cation or a combination of
education and exp. to serve
as a personal financial
mgmt counselor. National
certification as an Accred-
Ited Financial Counselor
preferred. Ref# 06-136;
Send resume to Zeiders
Enterprises, Inc., 3421
Commission Ct, Ste 101,
Woodbridge, VA 22192.
Email/Fax resumes to
jobs@zeiders.com or
800-286-2703 visit us at
,, ., :d-;: : :irr. E--cE

720 Medical
FRONT DESK. Massage
Therapist needed for
medical ollice. Exp'd.
F a x r e s u m e
904-636-5885.
FULL TIME PHYSICIAN
ASSISTANT
E peareSnce a olur.
bKnehii, Fin resume ie
t904 730-7029.
725 Office/
A Clerical

CLAIMS SPECIALIST
Lge W'side Trucking Co.
min. 3yrs exp. in insur
ance and W/C claims.
Working knowledge of
Microsoft Outlook,
Word and Excel. Trans
Industry exp a plus.
Pay based on exp., Co.
Said benefits. Call
rnie 904-781-7821
DATA ENTRY-PT
Flex hrs. Must be famll
la w/Qulckbooks. Jaw.
area Call 904-355-6775
or fax 904-355-0241
RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE
ASSISTANT POSITION
World Stone & Tile, Inc.
2989 Phillips Hwy
email worldstonetile@
bellsouth.net
(904) 346-0294(Fax)
In search of a
self-starter, detailed
oriented, strong verbal
& written comm. skills
& pleasant personalty
office assistant, to
work Part-Time hours.
Alternate Sat. 11-2.
Knowledge in Granite &
Marble a Plus!
Quicken & Excel knowl-
edge a MUST! No Benefit!
Scheduler
Are You Ready for a
Fast-Paced Office? We
Need Energetic, Detail Ori-
ented Person Who Is Able to
Multi-task Effectively
Call 904-296-1330


3 ri Hotels



747 1500 Airport Rd.
Next to Zaxbys
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nee.
Will train-.AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
(904) 247-4322




NOW HIRING MANAGERS
at our. MANDARIN;
SAN MARCO &
AVONDALE LOCATIONS.
tdoemelllooppizzagrill.
com or fax to 342-0099
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641.5033
Waitstaff, Cook
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110

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

745 Sales

ASSTMGR In
Jacksonville. electrical
supply/lighting sales
exp required, Benefits,
incentive
Call 877-445-7341 or
fax 866-635-6511
SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40 000-$100,000
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783-9598
OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

750 Technical/
5 5 Engineering

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
Rockvile, MD firm look
ing for local candidate
to work in Jacksonville
area. Must have six
yrs. exp in design of
electronic access con
trol, intrusion detec
tlon systems, closed
circuit TV sys. Exp in
instrumentation/data
logging and signal pro
cess/data reduction.
Must be US Citizen.
Good hourly rate. Fax
resumes to Joan
Ryberg, MELE Assoc,
240-453-6991 EOE


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ECO LATINO FLORIDA TIMES UNION

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


September 27,2006
3:00pm to 7:00pm
University of North Florida
University Center Building

If you are in need of employees than this
is the event you can not miss.
With job seekers from every industry
brought to you in one convenient location
you will certainly find your next employee.
We have several different packages available for
employers to choose from. Every package includes:
A3dertising in Th, Florida. T.rn.*L Union
3advelrt1ng in E--,' La .ire Magairne
virtu3il Jo'D E -"E on Jobs J.acl'Psr,.,ie -'m
cemomar, loq., in promotili1l material
tl.,Iod tabli
lunch i.r 2
pIr4ing

FOR MORE INFORMATION or TO REGISTER TODAY CALL:
Roselyn Hellard 90459A312
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750 Technical/
SEngineering

SURVEY
INSTRUMENT
PERSON
RODMAN
for construction
layoutsurvey crew.
Apply at:
FLORIDA SURVEY
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106
DFWP/EOE


753 Security

ARMED SECURITY
GUARDS
with D & G lic.
Up to $10/hr. Full time.
Call 378&3470
SECURITY MONITORS
Keeton Corrections Inc.,
is currently seeking
Resident Monitors for
the facility in Jackson
ville. HS Diploma /GED
req. Exp. not required.
MUST PASS NCIC back
ground check, drug lest
and be able to work
any shift. Starting rate
$8.31 'per hour. + paid
holidays and vacation.
FT'PT avail.
Pick up applications at:
2020 Dahlia Rd, Jax. FL
32254 EOE

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

Airline Ramp
Agents
Immed-ate full/part
time openings at the
Jacksonville Int'l Airport
Job Qualifications:
HS Diploma or GED,
Valid Drivers License,
Pass drug screen and,
background check.
Apply at gatags.com or
(904) 741-4445.
CARPENTER'S HELPER
for remodel & home
improvements. PT to FT.
Good pay. Must have
own transp. 904-229-7455
CHURCH CUSTODIAL
POSITION -40hrs/wk,
General custodial
duties. $8.75hr. Call
642-2200 Southslde
4 FRIDGE
Fuilsize, frost free
S fridge, 678-852-4201
LAWN CARE-F/T Exp'd.
Must have transpor-
tation S'side area, start
@ $10/hr. Call between
5pm-7pm only 613-9188
*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
OFFICE CLEANING-
Supervisors & Cleaners.
FT/PT Southside/ O.P.
great pay, 571-4207

VETERINARY KENNEL
ASSISTANT
Busy Southside Mira
mar Animal Hospital
4448 Hendricks Ave
Suite 1; Ph. 737-0403
PEST CONTROL CO
accepting applications in
all depts for service
Reps. Will train, good
pay, exc benefits. M-F
9-5, 389-3235

760 Part-Time

ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
Downtown. PT PMph.
work, Also a few PT AM
ph. work Also PT AM &
PM preparing legal
documents. Spanish a
plus office exp required
Fax resume Jeanne
904-358-3069


830 Child
8 Care

i, Ucensed Child Care
SOrange Park, FLorida.
1L Accredited CPR
d-quallfied Pre-School
Todd er. Fun learning,full
904 278-8780

876 Painting/
876 Wallpaper

Painting, Hm Repairs
& ADDITIONS.
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509-6242

894 Massage

BEST MASSAGE & FACIAL
Go W on 103rd St. pass
McMlnus Rd turn right
Timber Run. 446-5504
gam mrm Lica FS6314








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


900 Antiques

GERMAN SHURNK, Exc
cond. Hand Carved
Showcase 8'WxS'H,
Walnut Color. $1500
352-371-2700

902 Appliances

DISHWASHER
S Kenmore portable
! dishwasher, white
S with butcher black
top. Almost new. $50. Call
912-576-3019
DRYER/ WASHER
BIG CAPACITY EXC WORKING
cond $200 both 396-8711
4, FREEZER- KENMORE
13.7 Cubic Feet, like
J new, $150.284-0536
FRIG -Whirlpool, less
than Smos old, retails
$499, sell $299. Under
Warr. Moving must sell.
531-9109 Joseph
4, MICROWAVE
Over the stove GE
41 Spacemaker, Black 30
Inch $SO. 269-1478
Refrigerator, white, $100
Electric Stove, wht $125.
Exc cond 904-673-4747.
WASHER/ DRYER -Lg
front load, less than
Smo old, under warr.
Like new, reg retail
$1499 asking $1150 obo
Moving must sell
531-9109 Joseph
WASHER/DRYER $200
STOVE $125
238-3391 / 221-.8426

9 S0 Articles
905 n For Sale
S(2)14" tires $25, (4)
4 IS" toyota wheels,
S|$75 microwave, $20
J computer
w/monitor $50, fishing
eqpt rods, reels, $10
and up. Call 771-4674
4, 10'X16' Storage
SShed-a/c, electric
4,1 outlets mandarin
area $960 obo. You
transport call 327-4389


905 Articles
For Sale

4, AIR HOCKEY
SHarvard air hockey
l table, regulator size,
new motor cost. Need
$200. will sell for #100.
Please call 912-673-7285
BATHROOM VANITIES
shower drs, sprklr
equip, etc 568-0360
4, Blue leather
sleeper- bar bro-
ken- sofa $100
Ethan Allen twin
wood headboard $25,
Mr. Coffee $10 call
215- 6866
SCouch/Loveseat-
Sgreen good condi-
C1.. tion $100; enter-
tainment ent center
$75, buffet $50; grill $25.
Call 537-8313
m CPO Male Uni-
forms-Like new
S SBD 46R bunked
with dresser $200.
Call 434- 5122
Crib, changing table
Jenny Lind. Noahs
arc serendipity
bedding set with
mobile. Best offer
Joann 904 772 7133
4, DOGHOUSE IGLOO
SLarge never used, $40.
t.i Grace Car seat, $25,
912- 576- 7377/227- 0866
ELECTRIC PATIO GRILL
I LIKE NEW, $80. DIN-
kt ING ROOM TABLE,
WITH CHINA CABINET,
$1500. ASSORTED CHIL-
DREN TOYS, $20.249-1666
Electric Patio Grill.
Like new $80. Dniing
room table with China
Cabinet $1500.
Assorted children's toys,
$20.249-1666
C Electric patio grill
Like new $80
dining room table
with china cabi-
net $1500, assorted
children toys $20.
249-1666
ENCYCLOPEDIA
WORLD BOOK,
ALSO CHILDCRAFT
EDUCATIONAL
EDITION AND SERIES OF
CLASSICS. ONLY $350
FIRM. CALL 264-1506/
CASH ONLY
Encyclopedia
World book, also
S childcraft edu-
cational edition
and series of classics.
Only $350, firmly! Call
264-1506
EXERCISE BIKE
S.LIKE NEW, LARGE SEAT
_n. WITH BACK SUPPORT
TRACKS TIME, SPEED,
CALORIES, DISTANCE.
CALL 278-9996. $100
4, FishTank-10 gal-
l Ions $10; Ency-
kil clopedia Britan-
nica complete set
1985 collectible! $15 Exc
cond call 645-0630
FOR SALE- 8000
I BTU AC $70, ceil-
.1 ing fan with light
$10, male blue
suit $25, brass bed full
$100. Call 912-496-4885
4, Golf Carts. 2003
SEZ Go Golf Carts, from
kt $2500-$3450. Call
912-510-0716 or
912-674-3620
GOLF CLUBS
SSACRIFICE SET MEN'S
4 GOLF CLUBS. USED
GOOD CONDITION-
OFFER- CALL 317-6618.
NO REASONABLE OFFER
REFUSED
HOT WHEELS &
S MATCHBOX
41 Collection loose
S$.50 carded, $1.00,
old and new, outdoor
patio furniture,
269-4503
King size BR set,
S27" TV, Surround
kL sound sys, Micro-
wave, Photosmart
printer, Ent. center.
904-662-6904
4. Loveseat & Sofa $200,
SMahogany Table w/4
1 chairs $250. Large
Oriental Rug $100.
721-2939. Will negotiate.
Many Many CD's-
SIn original boxes,
exc cond, email
S and we'll send you
HenryPertkiewiczyyahoo.com
4, Motorcycle
Jacket-brand new
I and gloves for sell.
Call 631-1047


905 Articles
J For Sale

MOVING SALE. Cherry OR
tbl w/o10chrs $950;
Cherry Credenza $400;
Mahog. desk w/chr
$350; Antlq tbi $150;
misc. framed prints,
misc household Items,
904-221-8065
MOWERS SEVERAL
STYPES, $40-$600,
TREADMILL, $100.
LAWN AERATOR, $50.
CLARINET $100. ORGAN $50.
CAHFING DISH,$50.
904-272-7352
Over Island Pots and
Pan holder w/3 light
S bar, bronze color $50.
Call 786-4591
SPCS move near Jax
Airport 4/2 house
available Sept. 7.
2006. Cal
904-386-3724
PERSONAL MOTION
THEATER WITH
TRAILER 2-SEATER,
360 DEGREE SPIN,
GENERATOR, COMPUTER
EQUIPT, MANY EXTRAS,
OFFICIALLY REASSIGNED,
$36k. 674-3709
4 Pressure Washer 2100
PSI 5.5 hp, B & S
engine runs great,
needs pump
$75. 2826946
REFRIGERATOR
WHIRLPOOL, BISQUE
COLOR. $300, WICKER
BAR AND STOOL,
BLACK METAL FRAME, $10.
EACH CALL 282-4244
SSOFA & LOVE SEAT
lay-z-boy good,
condition, $600 for
both, snapper
riding mower $400 obo.
264-6652
4 STEAM VAC $35.14ft
pool w/ extras, $100.
Longaberger spice,
please call
7577-469-4167
4 SWIMMING POOL
NEW PUMP
accessories. Needs
new liner, 15ft
$700. Call Pat 781- 41i8
Thomas the Train
Set, plus train table,
good condition, 3
complete sets several
trains must seel $400 obo.
904-971-7217
A TOASTER OVEN
BLACK AND DECKER.
BAKE, BROIL, DEFROST,
SPACE FOR 9 INCH PIE.
LOOKS, WORKS GREAT. $25.
268-2482
SToddler tricycle,
S* basketball set, and
Snoahs arc nursery
wall art. Call Joann
904 772-7133 best offer.
VIDEO STORAGE I
CABINET. HOLDS 600
<1 CD'S 230 DVD'S OR 110
VHS. WOODGRAIN
LOCKABLE DOORS. ULIKE
NEWI $60.268-2482.
LOCKABLE DOORS. LIKE
NEW. $60.268-2482
A WEDDING CAKE
STANDS and misc.
S cake decorations
by Wilton. Retired
decorator wants to sell
make offer 278- 9777
/ H WEDDING DRESS
SWhite, size 4. CInollne
S and braincluded.
Strapless with
attachable straps, perfect
condition. $350 obo.
912-576-3773
SWET/DRY VAC.
CRAFTSMAN, 16 GAL-
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WHEELS, LONG HOSE.
LOOKS AND WORKS GREAT
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92- Office

Work Station Quad
4 T x 7.5' Cubicles
Only $2000 for all 4
Gator Office Furniture
(904)724 -6400

922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry
S 14K, 1 CT ladies dia-
mond wedding band
J size- 6. $950 269-1478
20,Franc brilliant
S uncirculated gold
\ rooster coins
1906-1914. $199 each.
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922 Collectables
922 & Jewelry "
Engagement ring
1/4 carat, wed-
4.1- ding ring, ruby .
and diamond ring;
20" gold chain. All for
$400 obo. 912-729-7643
4 White Storage
Furniture, Whlte
Coffee Stand; 1/4
carat size 7 soli-
taire ring, exc cond
moving must sell AlP
call 491-7996

928 Electronics

N JYC 32"SOTW MODEL
AV 32577, UKE NEW
WORKS GREAT $100.
CONTACT KYLE
843-367-8928
Polk Audio Speakers,
2 LSI7's, 2 LSI.-FX's, 1 LSI
-C. $1400. 904-864-5083
STV-32"Sanyo stereo .
coler tvwlth remote,
t etc. $150.wk
912-S73-9707 hm,
912-674-4453

940n AC/Heat/! .
Fuel

S1.5HVAC w/handler.
$300, 3.5 ten central
,A/C, $1S0. Trailer fur- .
nace. $25;, Fireplace.
$250. All OBO. 912-882-3507

945 Garage
Sales

ICW Village Pablo MOV-
ING SALE 2426 Hamp-Z
ton Falls Dr. W. 9/2, &8-12
S'SIDE/Global Military
Sales WHSE.
6593 Powers Ave, Unit 3
Sept. 1st & 2nd & 3rd
WWW.MILITARYSALES.BIZ
or call for appt. 731-8728
Westslde Moving Sale
5114 Eulace Rd. Sun, 9/3,
8am. Everything Must Go
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
S Lawn
S CUBCADET RIDER ,
/ MOWER 2004 ,
R1 LESS THAN 50 HRS,
RUNTIME1ESiHP.42"- -
DECK, AUTO TRANS, CRUISE,.
$1150 OBO. 771-2829 -
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAPI 904-497-9666 -

Cubcadet 2004 Rider
4 1 Mower, less than 50hr
run time. 42" deck auto
trans. cruise, 18ESbs,
$12000bo. 771-2829
RIDING LAWN ,
TRACTOR
runs& ctsgood.
$400 obo. 282-6946

955 Household
965 Furniture

2 Sofas & loveseat $1500.
Din. rm set $600 nego.
very gd cond 731-1149 '1
SAntique Victorian
S Couch- in perfect
condition dark
mahogany light
natural cloth asking
$175 call 887-9042 Iv
msg.
4, ARMOIRE
SHOULD CHERRY
I t COMPUTER ARMOIRE
PERFECT SHAPE $600.
NEW $250. Call 625- 0013 .
S Baker's Rack
SAntique metal, 3
shelves, 1 glass, exc.
cond., $50. LV MSG.
912-510-7104
BDRM SET 6pc incl. Qn
matt set, new in box
$499. Can del. 391-0015

BED $100 1/1
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QN SETCan del 858-9350
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904)674-0405
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