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Creation Date: September 7, 2006
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CFC Kickoff
Annual Campaign Starts Monday
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First In Service
U -,SH Naval Hospital Jax Offers Quality Health Care
Page 6-7


Helping Victims
DoD Makes Changes To Guidelines
Page 10


THUIRSDAY. SEPTEMBERR7.2006Iwww.jaxairnews.com


FEMA staged at NAS Jax PoWnerVietnam


ByMC(SW/A W)
Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
NAS Jacksonville and the
Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency (FEMA)
have teamed up once again to be
on hand, ready to provide relief
from this hurricane season's
first major threat, Tropical
Storm Ernesto, which made its
track through the state of
Florida last week.
It was almost a year ago that
FEMA came to NAS Jax to pro-
vide relief to the victims of
Hurricane Wilma. This year,
they are back and FEMA's part-
nership with NAS Jax has
resulted in the delivery of more
than 50 truckloads of relief sup-
plies and more than 50 urban
search and rescue vehicles.
Although Ernesto's strength
diminished late in the week,
FEMA stayed on board NAS Jax
to watch its track and ensure
that their assistance was not
going to be needed further up
the East Coast.
:'"The interstate access makes
us an ideal location for FEMA to
pre-stage. Interstates 10 and 95
provide a one-day drive to wher-
ever FEMA may be needed,"
stated NAS Jax Fire Chief
Randy Hall. "We are also ideal
for a pre-staging location
because FEMA appreciates the
can-do attitude of our people
here on base. They know we can
get it done. This is our third


Photo by MCI (SW) Heather Ewton
Federal Emergency Management Agency trucks carrying commodities for storm victims are directed through
the NAS Jax Commercial Gate to the pre-staging area at Hangar 116 by NAS Jax Security Department per-
sonnel.


year as partners with FEMA.
We have built friendships with
the teams as well as becoming
familiar with what they need
from us."
NAS Jacksonville Emergency
Manager Matt Melott had oper-
ations up and running within
hours of notification of FEMA's
pending arrival. "We received
notification that they were com-


ing and our personnel didn't
hesitate. All departments took
it for action and were ready for
FEMA to arrive long before they
got here," said Melott.
NAS Jax personnel tirelessly
ensured that FEMA had food,
housing, security and logistical
support so their efforts-could be
focused on the task that they
came here to do.


"The entire base has done a
superb job in supporting us.
They understand that most of
our team is not used to being on
a military installation and the
teamwork has been crucial to
our mission," stated FEMA
Incident Commander Joe
D'Angelo. "The response from

See FEMA, Page 14


keynote at observance
By Miriam S. Gallet
NAS lacksonville Assistant PAO
N TAS Jacksonville will hold a
POW/MIA Recognition Ob-
servance aboard the base-
Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. at the All Saints
Chapel. The event will honor all
Americans who are former prisoners
of war (POWs).
as well as those
who are still
unaccounted for
and their fami-
lies.
The keynote
speaker will be
retired Navy
Capt. Denver Key. a POW in North
Vietnam from Nov. 17, 1967 to
March 14. 1973.
Key was born on June 22, 1940, in
Wilkes County, N.C. He graduated
from North Wilkes High School in
1958 and after spending a year at
the University of California at Los
Angeles. received an appointment to
the Naval Academy and graduated
on June 5. 1963. On the same day,
he married his high school sweet-
heart, Alece Haynes.
After graduating from the acade-
my. Key immediately began flight
training and was awarded his Naxvy
wings in September 1964. His first
operational assignment was with
VS-26 flying the S-2D Tracker from
NAS Norfolk. Va. and from USS
Randolph (CVS-15). In 1966. as a re-
See POW/MIA, Page 16


NAS to expand wastewater reuse system


Goal is 'zero

discharge' to

St. Johns River
By Clark Pierce
Staff Writer
Naval Facilities Southeast Public
Works Department (NAVFACSE
PWD), in conjunction with the NAS
Jak Environmental Department has
applied for a $175,000 Defense
Infrastructure Grant from the office of the
Florida governor to design a treated waste-
water management system that eliminates
the station's discharge of effluent into the
St. Johns River. Travis Zwenger, planner
engineer with Navy Facilities Engineering
Command Southeast Public Works
Department, did all the research and put
the application package together.
"Going for 'zero discharge' is great news
for all First Coast residents. It will improve
our quality of life by upgrading and protect-
ing the quality of our water. And, overall,
you'll see a greener NAS Jacksonville," said
NAS Jax Water Program Manager Mike
Wadel, P.E.
The project is part of the new 10-year,
$742 million river cleanup and access plan
announced by Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton in July. "The River Accord: A
Partnership for the St. Johns River" calls
for $200 million to upgrade wastewater
treatment plants, $200 million to phase out
21,000 failing septic tanks, $150 million for
storm water improvements, $42 million to
improve access for river users and $150 mil-
lion to pipe reclaimed water for irrigation.
"Research shows that the largest sources
of nitrogen and phosphorus discharges into
the lower St. Johns River are effluent from
industrial and municipal wastewater treat-
ment plants. The idea behind all these
improvements is to reduce the amount of
nitrogen and other nutrients going into the


Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Public Works Department (PWD) Engineer
Travis Zwenger (left) and NAS Jax Water
Program Manager Mike Wadel, P.E. review
the Defense Infrastructure Grant for the St.
Johns River cleanup. The grant will assist
PWD and the NAS Jax Environmental
Department in diverting the passage of effu-
lent into the river.

river where it causes periodic algal blooms
which smothers plants and kills fish,"
explained Wadel. "Instead of discharging
into the river, our proposed wastewater
reuse system will pipe effluent from the
NAS Jax Wastewater Treatment Plant to
irrigate the Casa Linda Oaks Golf Course,
athletic fields, base housing areas and
selected gceen spaces. This plan will result
in a zero discharge to the lower St. Johns
River."
Jay Caddy, environmental engineer with
NAVFACSE PWD, said that NAS Jackson-
ville is on the leading edge of wastewater
reuse. "In 1998, we began diverting effluent
for irrigation at the nearby Timuquana
Country Club. Today, up to 25 percent of
our discharge -10 million gallons per month
- goes to irrigating their golf course."
Caddy noted that achieving zero dis-
charge into the river creates multiple bene-
fits:
Eliminates more than 29,000 pounds of


See WATER, Page 16


Special brief being offered


A Troops To Teachers/Spouses To Teachers brief will
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.


Commissary to host Cancer Awareness Fair
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 com-
missary 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.


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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, Septemlb 7, 2006


The demand for a better


standard of living increases


By MC3 David Didier
Special Contributor
he Transient Visitors Quar-
ters (TVQ), which consists
of Buildings 11 and 844,
has just finished a $470,000
upgrade and beautification
process.
"We wanted to give a new look
to Building 11. It is one of the
oldest buildings at NAS
Jacksonville and it was built in
the early 1940s. Originally an
Army hospital, it has seen several
renovations throughout the years,
however, Building 11 has not
received a lot of new furniture.
We recently purchased new furni-
ture, bedspreads and drapes.
Basically, everything in the
rooms is new," said Visitors
Quarters Manager Mili Daniels.
The upgrades also consisted of
new televisions with videocas-
sette players, microwaves, coffee
makers and a mini-fridge in each
room.
Since the building was previ-
ously a hospital, all of the rooms
are not designed the same.
Many of the rooms enjoy won-
derful views of the St. Johns
River and some even have their
own balcony.
The arrival of the furniture for
Building 11 in July began what
was anticipated to be a five-week


The new rooms feature new paint, carpeting and furniture.


Photos by MC3 David Didier
TVQ Front Desk Dierk Judith Saflor assists CS3 Carl Groth at the TVQ.
The TVQ offers rooms to military members at a low cost.


process that was finished in only
three weeks. The project is com-
plete with the exception of the
distinguished visitors (DV) suites.
"There are four DV suits in this
building and all four DV suites
will have their own theme. The
themes will be in honor of several
closed naval bases, including
Barbers Point, Hawaii, Subic
Bay, Philippines, Yokahoma,
Japan and Roosevelt Roads,
Puerto Rico," stated Daniels
All of the upgrades should be
completed by mid-December.


These upgrades will bring
Building 11 up to standards with
Building 844, which is newer.
"Everyone usually requests to
stay in Building 844, now we
have another outstanding facility
to house them in," said Daniels.
The project also includes replac-
ing all the old furniture in the
lobby and the hallways.
"As the demand for a better
standard of living increases, the
TVQ staff wants to ensure that
the military member has a great
place to stay when they visit NAS


The living area of the TVQ rooms have all received new furniture, carpet,
and drapes.
Jax, The overall changes should experience during their time at
leave people with a pleasant our facility," stated Daniels.


Military retirement seminar
From NAS Jacksonville Public Affairs
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, surviving spouses and military personnel near-
ing retirement.
Presentations will cover pay matters, legislative action
and other topics of interest for military retirees. Booths
with additional information will be manned by officials
from the Bureau of Naval Personnel, Defense Finance
and Accounting Service, Veterans Administration, Naval
Hospital Jacksonville, TRICARE Health Benefits Office,
Urology, Wellness Center, legal services and various
other military organizations.
Entrance to Naval Air Station Jacksonville requires a
current Department of Defense vehicle decal and mili-
tary ID. For additional information, call 542-2766, Ext.
126 or E-mail raojax@nasjax.navy.mil.


Fire inspections set for Sept. Ombudsman Appreciation


From the NASJax Fire
Prevention Office
The annual family
housing inspection
for those residents
living at NAS Jax will
began Sept. 1 by
base fire depart-
ment personnel.
Inspections will
be held through-
out the month.
The intent of the
inspection is to
help ensure max-
imum safety of all housing
residents through normal
good housekeeping prac-


tices and to inform resi-
dents of actions to be taken
in the event of a fire or
other emergency. Smoke
and carbon monoxide
alarms will also be tested to
ensure proper operation.
Fire department
personnel will be
in uniform and
cf 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.


Luncheon slated


From Staff
T he annual a
Ombudsman 'a
Appreciation
Luncheon will be
held Sept. 21 at
11:30 a.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers'
Club.
All command
ombudsmen, com-
manding officers, executive officers, command master
chiefs and guests are invited. Tickets are now on sale at
the Fleet and Family Support Center. For more informa-
tion, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


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Chief selectees in action


Beautification project

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AM1 Jennifer Williams of VP-30, applies stain to the
NAS Jacksonville Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Club's out-
side patio Aug 26. The beautification project of the CPO
club was one of the chief selectees' tasks during their
training.


AD1 Guy Mitchell of VP-30, applies a coat of wood sealant to the patio
of the NAS Jacksonville Chief Petty Officer's Club, while AE1 Joe Turner
also from VP-30, secures a bracket to a parking marker to hold a ship's
propeller.


AM1 Jennifer Williams of VP-30, applies stain to the
NAS Jacksonville Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Club's out-
side patio Aug 26.


Chili cook-off
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Photo by MC3 David Didier
A group of NAS Jax chief selectees serve up their chili creations to NAS jax Command.
Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green (left), BMCS(SW) Wayne Welch and NAS Jax
Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn at a chili cook-off at the Navy Exchange complex
Aug. 30. Green judged the event, declaring a first-place tie between the chief selectees
green and brown teams.


TEACH


Training run for selectees


Photo by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
A group of chief petty officer selectees stationed aboard NAS Jacksonville run in forma-
tion during a training session Aug. 30. The new chiefs will be frocked in a ceremony Sept.
15 at 5 p.m. in the base theater.


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Combined Federal Campaign kicks off Monday


By CW03 Ray Peterson
NAS Jax CFC Loan Executive
he 2006 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) kick-
off for NAS Jax and tenant commands is Monday at
1 p.m. at the Bachelor Officer's Quarters Pavilion.
In case of inclement weather, the program will be held at
the base auditorium. Various non-profit organizations
will be on hand to speak, as will as individuals from the
community, giving personal testimonies.
The goal for this year is $655,000. The 2006 CFC incen-
tives for turning in pledge cards before Nov. 17 are: first
prize, a five-day Caribbean Cruise for two; second prize, a:
$500 airline gift card; third prize, two weekend getaways
for two; fourth prize, a color TV; fifth prize, one week free
car rental and sixth prize, two $100 gift checks. Finalists
will be picked by random drawing on Jan. 4, 2007. Prizes
will presented at the CFC Celebration on Jan. 18, 2007.
Special recognition gifts for leadership givers are:
Double Eagle, $1,200+ (American flag clock, eagle bust
award, organizer with calculator and valet key chain);
Eagle, $600 $1,199 (eagle bust award, organizer with
calculator and valet key chain); Patriot, $300 $599
(organizer with calculator and valet key chain); and
Pioneer, i150-$299 (valet key chain). The loan executives
for NAS Jax and tenant commands are CWO3 Ray
Peterson and CS1 Bobby St. George (NAS Jax), Angela
Robertson and Sharon Griffin (Naval Air Depot Jax), Lt.
Justin Dave (Naval Hospital Jax) and Karol
Higginbotham (Commander, Navy Region Southeast).
The following are the command goals for this year's
campaign:
Command Goal
345th Combat Support Hospital $350
Administrative Department $700
AIMD $4,500
Air Operations Department $22,000


Animal Care Clinic
Aviation Support Depot,
Aviation Survival Training Center
Base Chapel
Carrier-Tactical Support Center-Ashore
CBU-14 Naval Mobil Construction
CNATTU
COMHSWINGLANT
Command Judge Advocate
Commissary Store
COMNAVREG SE
COMPATRECWING 11
COMSEACONWINGLANT
Construction Battalion Unit 202
Defense Courier Service Station
Defense Distribution Depot
Defense Reutilization & Marketing
DISA DECC Detachment
Disease Vector Ecology & Control
Document Automation & Prod. Service
Drug Screening Lab
Environmental Dept.
Facilities Team Southeast
FASOTRAGRULANT DET
Fire Department
FISC
Fleet & Family Service Cbnter
Fleet Area Control & Surveillance
Navy Medicine Support Command.
HS-3
HS-5
HS-7
HS-11
HS-15
HS-75
I & I Staff USMC Company B
Military Entrance Processing Station
Mobile Inshore Underwater Warfare
Morale Welfare and Recreation


$4,500
$1,600
$1,900
$1,700
$500
$304
$6,000
$3,500
$1,000
$1,000
$27,000
$9,500
$4,000
$500
$500
$1,100
$1,200
$1,300
$5,000
$3,000
$5,200
$1,000
$22,000
$3,500
$2,300
$17,000
$1,500
$7,000
$9,000
$7,000
$7,000
$7,000
$7,000
$7,000-
$1,500
$600
$1,600
$450
$6,500


NATEC
NAVAIR 1.0 Program Management
NAVAIR 3.0 Logistics Group
NAVAIR 4.0 Research & Eng. Group
NAVAIR 6.0 Industrial Operations Group
NAVAIR 7.0 Corporate Operations Group
NAVAIR 10.0 Comptroller Group
NAVAIR 11.0 Counsel Group
Naval Air Reserve
Naval Brig
Naval Computer and Tele-Communications
Naval.Criminal Investigative Service
Naval Hospital
Naval Legal Service Officer
NavaLReserve Readiness Command SE
Naval Reserve Recruiting Command
NAVLANTMETOCDET
Navy College Office
Navy Exchange.
Personnel Support Detachment
Safety Office
Sea Control Weapon School
Security Department
Southeast Regional Cal Center
SPAWAR
Supply Department
Transient Personnel Unit
U.S. Customs Service-Aviation
VP-5
VP-16
VP-30
VP-62
VR-58
VS-22
VS-24
VS-31
VS-.32
Weapons


More hospital personnel Gitmo bound


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public
Affairs
T wenty-six medical
personnel from Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
deployed on Sept. 1 to help
provide health care at the

detention center at
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


Numerous family members
and friends, as well co-
workers from the hospital,
saw them off at the airport.
The Sailors, who will join
other Naval Hospital
Jacksonville personnel
already deployed to the
island, look forward to their
mission and, feel confident
about the contribution


they'll make to the war on
terror. In the words of one,
hospital corpsman, a pre-
ventive medicine technician
whose job is similar to that
of a health inspector, "It's
an important mission. I'm
ready to assume my
responsibilities." His wife,
who has seen him off for
other deployments said, "It


never gets any easier but
I've been there before."
There is one more group
of Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Sailors yet to deploy to
Guantanamo later this
month.


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Photo by HM1 I(SW) Michael Morgan
Hospital commanding officer Capt. Raquel Bono wishes her deploying staff members well one
at a time as they enter the security screening area at the airport.

White House Communications Agency

Recruiting Team to visit Mayport


From the White House
Communications
Agency
he White House Com-
munications Agency
(WHCA) Recruiting
Team will be visiting NS
Mayport Sept. 25 to conduct
a brief at the Ocean Breeze
Conference Center at 9 a.m.
The WHCA is looking for
highly dedicated and profes-
sional Sailors to provide
state-of-the-art communica-
tions support to the Presi-
dent of the United States.
You must be able to travel,"
work with little supervision.
and be extremely responsi-
ble. We are interested in
communications, audio-
visual, administrative and
support fields.
WHCA provides the
opportunity to:
* Directly support the presi-
dent, vice president, first.
lady arid senior White
House staff
* Earn the Presidential
Service badge
* Learn unique and highly
sought after training and
work opportunities,
You must' be able to
obtain and keep a" Top
Secret security clearance,
have no history of derogato-
ry information and be able
to serve in a four-year presi-
dential support duty billet.
WHCA recruiters will iden-
tify, interview and select
qualified Sailors possessing
rates utilized in this presi-
dential support agency.
Any interested personnel
from the grade o-
1.IVI


* E4 with less than eight
years in service
* E5 with less than 15 years
in service
* E6 with less than 15 years
in service
All Sailors in the CTM,
ET, IT or MC ratings are
encouraged to attend. For


more information, contact
PS2(SW) David Flanders at
(202) 757-5145/5150, DSN
284-2000, Ext. 7-5145/7-
5150 or visit the White
House Communications
Agency Recruiting Web site
at www.disa.mil/whca.


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concerned Branch Health Clinic
;Mayport have full-tlime Hosital, iacgeonvillis to answer your ques-
with guidelines established by the Aei an College of Obstelricians and
Gynecologists. The hospital delve io mately 1,200 babies in 2005.
The health care leam is comntat nIly's needs and is honored to
share this experience with ak a apo nt itanlsyart
The team offers a state-oft tl ilf Unit and lasw year the
hospital opened a sparki t (MIJ) which rivals
such units in any hpl he suites, showers and
baths. Reflecting t phy.the hospital has
embraced, the M eI d de, y for babies stayh
with their m.ots i t chair for th2e
| father which, Le .
include Baby Be i e family for
baby's first weeks' d4nres the family
should expect wlti I&ild Birth class
Mothers can be assisted virtually any issue the
parents are concerned ,w,,1 ; id Branch Health Clinic
Mayport have full-time dedicatqi inics to answer your ques-
tions and deliver the most. r~co fA about being pregnant and
what to expect. Every health cau 4in these clinics have at least 11
dedicated appointments to ensure yoe and your baby are in the best health
possible. I
If you think you are pregnant, make an appointment with your primary
care manager or call the dedicated telephone number for our families who
are expecting at 542-BABY (2229).


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Robin and Brandon Dodd share a moment with their Beautiful newborn daughter, Tracy Ann.


Lt. Sharon Quallio checks on expecting mother Sarah Carrillo.


Sarah Carrillo holds her newborn baby while father, Leo catches up on his sleep.
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Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 7, 2006 7


Monitoring blood sugar levels is very important for diabetes patients.


Dia etes Care
If you are a diabetic, the Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff wants to make
sure you are getting the best possible co,. Did you know you should have a spe-
cial diabetes blood screening,at leap1b e a year Ask about enrolling in the
Naval Hospital's Diabetes Maui *Ai, Tl e program consists of a team
of health care professionals .o~i'.family find solutions to
your diabetic probk .,,
The Diabetes Clinica. "..l Era monitors avail-
able which monitor blood 'lg ast two years, more than 200
patients have successfully manage.. e .t.s through the clinic's program.
Beneficiaries may self-refer to the dep enr may be referred by their primary
care manager. '
Make an appointment with your doctor or visit Nyvea Mata, Registered Nurse, or
Sharon Gladden, RN, BS, CDE, in the Family Medicine Clinic, Naval Hospital
Outpatient Wing, second floor, 542-9178. The clinic's hours of operation are
Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., and Fridays 8 a.m. 3 p.m.


HM3 Jennifer Bell takes time to explain and share some of their hand outs from the Naval
Hospital Health Education Department.


-eath hEducation


The mission of the Health Education Department is to provide quality information
and educational experiences that witl 3t ~ ou.make informed decisions that lead
to improved health. The .epes:education and training on such
health issues as dimension and cardiac concerns,
lipid managenekapso help with community
resources. Internet also have a vast video
library for all health e RIC" s
The Naval Hospital acksonitan Department is located in the
Naval Hospital Outpatient Clinic Jig first floor, room 1509, 542-7431.
Appointments are available by calling central appointments at 542-7677. Hours of
operation for the Health Education Department are Monday through Thursday, 8
a.m. 5 p.m., and Fridays 8 a.m. 3 p.m.


Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Tracy M. Stephens (RTM) performs a mammogram on a patient.


Women's Care
Early detection and routine screening are the best ways to prevent cancer.
Women are encouraged to have maumip s. and "pap" smears done on a regu-
lar basis, especially if someoeye .ybhasi ever had cancer. One of the
goals of our Womep's, .C i ii i with.-the information and
tools needed to niake'- Ule ufhealth and suggest
any tests you may need.
Make an appointment with your manager or visit Women's Health
Coordinator Serafina Dibenedett in th6 Fahily Practice Clinic, 542-7965. The hos-
pital also has a Breast Care Case Manager on staff, Nikki Levinson-Lustgarten, RN,
BSN, OLN, and a breast cancer support group, Ribbons & Roses, available. For
information, call 542-7857.


Naval Hospital Jacksonville Dietician Wendy Vanwooten conducts s a nutrition course at the
hospital. Being knowledgeable and proactive about leading a healthy lifestyle can greatly
improve the quality and longevity of your life.

qfeakftl Promotion
&' Weffness Center
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The Wellness. ~ional approach focusing on
nutrition, exercise' that support healthier
lifestyles. Programs; apfi ent, tobacco cessation, stress
management, health and fitness W medication education, and annual
health fairs and wellness camps. The Wellness Center is located next to the NAS
Jacksonville Fitness Center on Enterprise Road. Self-referrals are gladly accepted
from beneficiaries, call 542-5292.


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Lt. (Dr.) Michael Ellis assesses his patient, HM3 Jessica Ferguson, during a sick-call visit.



gActive-Duty Preventive 'qfeath Assessment
The mission of the Preventive Health Assessment (PHA) screening is to help you,
our men and women in uniform, stay hoegthy so you are medically ready and fit to
defend our country. Naval Hos Ital J.1. |Ile's dedicated team of health care
professionals will perform n essment, review your health
record to ensure y6r ph ouatiU6n, 9s are current, perform
counseling, and provide re7err ; _4

They want to prepare you for pak I ce. This means not only successfully
passing the physical readiness test, but also learning how to take care of yourself
so you can take care of our country.
NAS Jacksonville active duty should call 542-3500 option, DSN 942, to schedule a
once a year (birth month) visit for the assessment.


Nyvea Mata instructs Beth Havens on the proper use of a peak flow meter as she learns to
manage her asthma condition.


Asthma Care
If you are an asthmatic, your Naval Hospital Jacksonville primary care
manager is committed to providing yo te best in family centered health care.
Every patient with asthma.shQu .. jma action plan" at home, school,
and document ou the hospital's Asthma
Management P
A team of health cA' you and your family to make
sure you are managing your oind or best ability. The goal is to make
sure you can safely enjoy all of the activities in life that make you happy without
experiencing breathing problems.
Make an appointment with your doctor or visit Registered Nurse Gail Kemp in the
Family Medicine Clinic, Naval Hospital Outpatient Wing, second floor, 542-7338.







8 Jax Air NIWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 7, 2006


Marriage workshops offered


From, Naval Hospital
Public Affairs
A ttend an experiential
and interactive
workshop for couples
who want to strengthen
their marriage while per-
sonally growing within the
marriage.
The workshop will in-
clude mini-lectures, visual
slides, couple interactions
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
Communication
Listening Skills
Win/Win Strategies
Neutralizing "Hot But-
tons"
Four Social Styles and
Character '
Connecting & Distanc-
ing Issues
Dealing with Feelings
and Emotions


Developing your "Love
Map"
Responsibility Issues
Support and Encour-
agement
The upcoming workshop
dates are. Sept. 23 and 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 information and to
pre-register, call 542-3473,
Ext. 116.


NAS Jax Chapel offers PREP class


. '.'


From the NAS lax Chapel
The NAS Jax Chapel is offering the Pre-
vention and Relationship Enhance-
ment Program (PREP)'Sept. 25-26 at
the Chapel Center's Fellowship Hall (Build-
ing 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 con-
flict


How to promote a sense of working as a
team
How.to keep friendship, fun and intima-
cy alive in your marriage
How to strengthen your commitment to
each other
Military members attending the. program
must receive permission from your command
via a special request chit or no-cost permis-
sive 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.


NAS Jacksonville establishes emergency hotline
From Staff Please keep in mind that the hotline will
not be staffed by customer service person-,
AS Jacksonville has estab- nel and only provides recorded
lished a hotline for service information.
members, Department of It cannot be used to check on
Defense employees, contractors weather conditions or locate
and their families to call during friends or family. The hotline
an emergency that warrants,' number and e-mail address are
evacuation such as a hirri- foi-4_ tbr use during times of emergency
cane. only.
Evacuees can call ( 00) 849- Emergency information will
6024 to check in with the base also be broadcast on Cable
upon arriving at an evacuation ', Channel 118, which is run by
destination and to verify if the -- NAVAIR Depot Jax. This chan-
order to return to the Jack-sonville area nel will run continuous information
has been given., They can also email the regarding the hurricane conditions and
NAS Jacksonville Emergency Operations evacuation guidelines.
Center at nasjax.eoc.fct@navy. mil to relay For more information, contact the disas-
their status and ask for assistance. ter preparedness office at 542-5595.

FluMist is now available at,


Naval Hospital Jacksonville


From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public
Affairs
N aval Hospital
Jacksonville is now
administering the
FluMist intranasall). form
of the influenza vaccine.
Beneficiaries who wish to
get this live attenuated
virus form of the. vaccine
should see their primary
care provider. The vaccine
is available for children
over 5 in the hospital
Pediatrics Clinic. The
Family Practice Clinic is
administering the mist to
patients 5 years old

Commissary
to hold case
lot sale
The NAS Jax Commis-
sary will hold their bi-
annual case lot sale
Sept., 14-16 from.9 a.m. to 6
p.m.


through 50. Active duty can
get the vaccine at the
Branch Health Clinics.
FluMist vaccine is not for,
people who:
Are less than 5 years
old
Are 50 years or older
People with medical
conditions that places them
at high risk for complica-
tions from influenza includ-
ing those with chronic
heart or lung disease, such
as asthma or reactive air-
way disease; people with
medical conditions such as
diabetes or kidney failure;'
or people with illnesses
that weaken the immune


system, or who take med-
ications that can weaken
the immune system
Children or adoles-
cents receiving aspirin
People with a history
of Guillain-Barre syndrome
Pregnant women
People with a history
of allergy to any compo-
nents of the vaccine'or to
eggs
The hospital expects to
receive the injectable dead
virus vaccine in October. It
also will be available
through your primary care
providers. Watch for
announcements in your Jax
Air News.


NAS Jax drivers, be prepared to *


Watch for
base /outh
i .rf_ boarding
C &
w exiling
school buses


CREDO

retreats


offered
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 trans-
portation, programming,
lodging and meals are free.
Retreats are held at the Sea
Retreat Center in St. Si-
mons Island, Ga. Registra-
tion is on a first come. first
serve basis by calling 270-
6958. The following retrtreats
are coming up:
Marriage Enrichment -
Sept. 22-24, Dec. 1-3, Feb.
9-11 and March 23-25
Married couples desiring
to take their marriage to
the next level or simply
enjoy being with one
another may participate in
a 48-hour retreat. Partici-
pants must be married.
Couples must provide
their own transportation.
Spiritual Growth Re-
treat Oct. 20-21
It is designed for those
who would like to experi-
ence a more mature rela-
tionship with God and a
more meaningful spiritual
journey. They follow one
of four spiritual paths
according to their person-
ality 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.


CHAPLAIN'S C RNER (



Isn't it amazing


what unif es


and divides the


human race?

By Chaplain (Lt.) Mylon Pope '
NAS Jax Chapel
L ast week, I was having lunch at a Chinese buffet
restaurant with my family. While I was standing in
line, I was struck with all the different people who
were there.together.
There seemed to :
be people from .
every race, social
status and economic
background. One
guy who. particular-
ly caught my eye
was wearing a
leisure suit .
that's right, a t
leisure suit, com-
plete with the huge ..
collar hanging wide
open and the poly- ,.y
ester belt that is
never buttoned that
just hangs there in .
the middle of the .
jacket.
I remembered a '2.
picture of me wear-
ing a similar suit Chaplains(Lt.) Mylon Pope
taken in 1978 and
wondering why in the world they were ever in styled After
my mind finished wandering,. I was once again reminded
of the wonderful mix of people who were in the line for
food. Isn't it amazing what can unify people and what can
divide them?
Religion and politics will immediately stir up an argu-
ment. Get a room full of Georgia and Florida fans togeth-
er, and you will hear the volume go up gradually until it is
at a fever pitch. But when you fill a room with people who
don't know each other, who have very little in common,
you can have a quiet, peaceful environment if, the food is
good%. and hot.
It seems that life is much more peaceful and quiet when
we seek things that unify us instead of looking for things
that divide us. We all know.that we live in a world filled
with violence, hatred and crime. It doesn't just happen in
countries half way around the world whose names most of
us can't pronounce. It happens right down the road from.
us in neighborhoods we are familiar with.
If we always' focus ,on the bad things, it is easy to
become fatalistic and negative, but if we choose to focus on
the positive, you will be amazed at how many good things
you can find right in front of you. Somehow, the guy wear-
ing the leisure suit seemed completely happy as he filled
his plate with sweet and sour chicken. Maybe he had
learned what a friend of mine told me a long time ago,
"the man who is happy in his own shoes thinks everyone
else is too."
The greatest things to live for are the things that bring
us together. I don't think concentrating on the things that
divide us does good for anyone but the media. What do
you think?


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VP116 members visit France


By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
VP-16 PAO
Nineteen members of
VP-16 were recently
invited to spend
three days on the Freach
Riviera courtesy of the
French American Navy
League Chapter. After a
short flight in a squadron
P-3, the Sailors arrived in
Toulon, France. Following a
short drive through the sce-
nic French countryside,
they reached the city of
Cannes.
On the first evening, the
Navy League of the Riviera
hosted a dinner where the
"War Eagles" were the
guests of honor. After
another short drive, the
Sailors found themselves in
the small country of Monte
Carlo. The narrow streets
wound down cliffs with
majestic views leading into
the heart of Monaco.
The rooftop patio and
upstairs ballroom of the
Caf6 du Paris were
reserved for the evening
festivities. The scenic loca-
tion, with the famous Hotel
du Paris, Casino de Monaco
and city square, gave the
feeling of being in a James
Bond movie. Ferraris were
as common driving through
the square as Honda Civics
are in the states, while
Porsches, Bentleys,
Lamborghinis, and Aston
Martins completed the
atmosphere.
Dr. Guy Lemaire, presi-
dent of the Navy League,
welcomed the Sailors as the
attendees sat down to din-
ner. Later that evening, the
event sponsor arranged
tours of both the Casino de
Monaco and the Gold Room
of the Hotel du Paris.
Upon leaving Monaco,
the Sailors were treated to
a lap around the world
famous circuit course for
the annual Grand Prix
event.


Photos courtesy ofVP- 16
(From left) Lt. Ryan Hastings, Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta, Avery
Glize-Kane, Lt. j.g. Chip Murphy and Lt. Trent Tanski stand in
front of the wreaths laid at the B-24 Crash-site Memorial dur-
ing the squadron's recent visit to Cannes, France.


The next morning, the
War Eagles were up early
for a drive into the moun-
tains overlooking Cannes.
During World War II, a B-
24 Liberator bomber was
flying over the city when it
was hit by German antiair-
craft fire. With the co-pilot
killed, the pilot force land-
ed the aircraft into a moun-
tain rather than allowing
the plane to crash into the
city and kill French civil-
ians.
In honor of the American
aircrew, the local communi-
ty built a memorial at the
crash site that includes
wreckage from the downed
aircraft and a list of all
crewmembers.
Every 4th of July, the city
holds a wreath laying cere-
mony at the memorial,
remembering not only the
courage of the B-24 air-
crew, but the ultimate sac-
rifice made by the thou-
sands of Americans who
landed on French shores.
During the ceremony,
VP-16 Sailors stood in for-
mation as the mayor of
Cannes and deputy to
French Parliament, spoke
about the ties between the
United States and France.
Wreaths were laid by many
different societies before
the emotional ceremony
was brought to a close.


At the reception that fol-
lowed, the mayor personal-
ly greeted the War Eagles,
thanking them for their
attendance at the ceremo-
ny, as did the entire crowd
who attended the event.
Individuals who had wit-
nessed the crash
approached the Sailors to
share their memories of
that day, especially about
the crew bailing out and
being captured by German
forces.
That evening, the War
Eagles broke into two
groups to attend receptions
being held by local French-
American Societies. The
first reception, sponsored
by the France-United
States Society of Cannes,
was held on the balcony of
the Hilton, overlooking the
promenade and beach
below.
Lemaire welcomed the
Sailors and spoke of the
deep ties between the
French and Americans dat-
ing back to the
Revolutionary War and the
troops France sent to the
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Nineteen members of VP-16 recently spent three days visiting France courtesy of the French
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independence from Britain.
He spoke highly of,the
courage of the greatest gen-
eration that came ashore in
Normandy to force out the
Nazi occupiers.
Following the speech, the
society presented commem-
orative plates to VP-16
Mission Commander Lt.
Trent Tanski, AT1 Charles
Randall and CSSN Rodney
Johnson. Tanski was asked
to say a few words to the
society members in atten-
dance, where he stressed
the warm. and gracious
hosting that the War
Eagles had received since
arriving in France.
The other half of the War
Eagles were guests of the
France-United States
Society of Le Cannet for a
dinner on the beach.


Society President Jen
Pierre Lescamel greeted
each Sailor and offered
thanks and praise for our
continued service to ensur-
ing democracy throughout
the world.
On the third day of the
visit, squadron members
took the opportunity to tour
Cannes, shop for souvenirs
and enjoy the beach.
Tanski and Lt. Ryan
Hastings were invited to
visit the home of Avery
Glize-Kane's to see her his-
tory of hosting United
States Navy Sailors
through her 20 years of
service.
Her home was full of
plaques from visiting ships
and squadrons as well as
pictures with numerous
high-ranking officers and


dignitaries as they ascend-
ed through the ranks.
That evening, VP-16
Sailors were the guests of
honor in the city of Nice. In
a park overlooking the
shoreline, a reception was
held with local government
officials as well as
American students study-
ing abroad for the summer.
The mayor of Nice was
the guest speaker, after
which the War Eagles min-
gled with the crowd. When
the crowd dispersed, the
college students played
tour guides and invited the
Sailors to join them for din-
ner.
The next morning, the
group returned to NAS
Sigonella, Italy, where they
are currently on deploy-
ment.


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Photo by MC3 David Didier
Sailors assigned to the Advanced Under Sea Weapons Department at NAS Jacksonville secure
an inert Mark-46 torpedo to its cradle during a torpedo hoist training evolution. The Mark-46
torpedo is designed,to attack high-performance submarines, and is presently identified as the
NATO standard. The MK-46 is the backbone of the Navy's lightweight antisubmarine warfare
torpedo inventory and is expected to remain in service until the year 2015.


What does a torpedoman do?


'Sailors Aweigh' offers free'
From Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Public Affairs
he Sailors Aweigh program is a part-
nership of the Jaguars Foundation,
USO and U.S. Navy through the
Navy Region Southeast bases at NAS
Jacksonville, NS Mayport and NSB Kings
Bay, Ga. The program began during the
1997 Jacksonville Jaguars football season
to benefit Navy children with a parents)
on deployment,
The Sailors Aweigh program allows
these families to enjoy a family day togeth-
er during a challenging time of being sepa-
rated from a parent who is at sea or a post
far from home. This unique program pro-
vides Southeast Region Navy children and
their families a complimentary seat to a
Jaguars home game, including transporta-
tion, a T-shirt and "Jag Dollars" for food or
merchandise. The USO and naval base
personnel at NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport and NSB Kings Bay help coordi-
nate the program.
The Sailors Aweigh program is part of
the Jaguars Foundation's Charitable
Seating Program, which makes more than
11,000 seats available annually to charita-
ble organizations that are doing commend-
able work in the greater Jacksonville com-
munity.


Jags tix to military families
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
The Sailors Aweigh program is open to
all Southeast Region Navy children ages
seven through 16 whose family member is
currently or about to be deployed. All
youths who participate must agree to
abstain from illegal drugs, alcohol, and
tobacco products. Since this program's
inception in 1997, almost 9,300 seats have
been allocated (including 2006 season) in
support of Navy families.
THE GAME DAY EXPERIENCE
Many youths have never seen a live pro-
fessional football game. Working with the
USO, participating youths and adults
receive a special Sailors Aweigh T-shirt,
are assigned their own seating section in
the North End Zone and are visited by
members of the ROAR cheerleaders and
the team's mascot, Jaxon -De Ville.
Complimentary bus transportation is pro-
vided to and from each of the three naval
bases. In 2002, an anonymous donor
helped enhance this program by providing
funding to provide "Jag Dollars" to the par-
ticipating children for food/merchandise.
For more information about Jaguars
Foundation programs, please contact
Tarek Tabet, program officer, at 633-6579
or E-mail Tabett@jaguars.NFL.com. You
can also find information at www.
Jaguars.com.


By MC2 Brian Smarr'
Special Contributor
W while many members of NAS
Jacksonville work on aircraft,
build, expand and repair base
facilities or even patrol the gates and base
to secure our safety, others have a more
explosive job.
Tucked in the back of the NAS Jax
Weapons Department compound, the
Advanced Underwater Weapons (AUW)
team move, maintain, defuel, preset and
prepare for shipping their stock of 24 MK-
50 and MK-46 recoverable exercise torpe-
does (REXTORP).
These torpedoes allow aircraft and ship-
board torpedo launchers to conduct train-
ing without the threat of actual explosives
and can be retrieved for later use by the
fleet. After being launched, the exercise
torpedoes find their target and upon con-
tact, the nose assembly either crumbles or
releases dye, which simulates a hit. The
ballast weight strap will then detach and
the torpedo floats to the surface.
AUW is also responsible for REXTORP
flight accessories, the fins and engine area
of the torpedo, which assures the underwa-
ter ordnance will reach its designated tar-
gets. '"We set the torpedoes for every move-
ment they will make in the water, before it
acquires its target," said TM2 Jeremy
Greene, AUW team member.


Launched from fixed and rotary wing
aircraft, such as the P-3 Orion, the MK-46
torpedo is designed to attack high-perform-
ance submarines and ships.
The process of transporting the torpe-
does consists of a series of meticulous
steps. First, the torpedo is removed from
the magazine in which ordnance is housed
in. After being shipped to the AUW depart-
ment via forklift, the liquid fuel, Otto fuel
II, similar to gasoline but with a higher
flash point, is removed from the torpedo in
a contained environment by personnel in
spill protective suits.
Next, the exercise torpedo is placed into
a container and then sent to NS Mayport's
Weapons compound, where they will be
sent to ships stationed there for operation
or assembled into one-warshot torpedoes.
Finally, the outer shell of the weapon, or
hull, is crushed for demilitarization and
metal recycling. "I like this job," Greene
said. '"We've received some excellent train-
ing for the job that we do every day."
Editor's Note: This is a new series the Jax Air
News will run on a monthly basis. We plan to
spend a day learning about and highlighting
the different types of jobs people work in both
military and civilian at NAS Jax.


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VP-16 deployed in Italy


Photo by MC3 Charles White
A03 Giancarlo Rosasarias waits to direct a P-3C Orion into a designated parking area
at NAS Sigonella, Italy Aug. 23. The Orion, assigned to VP-16, recently returned from a;
training flight. VP-16 is homeported at NAS Jacksonville and is forward deployed in sup-
port of maritime patrol operations and the global war on terrorism.



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Yards of the Month.....


Photos by Michael Heret
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PRC Richard Miller (center) and his
wife, Theresa, happily accept their
Yard of the Month award from NAS
Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson Aug. 29. The Millers live in
Allegheny Circle at NAS Jacksonville.


NAS Jax
Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson
presents a Yard of the
Month award to AW2
Patrick LaRowe, a
resident of Yellow
WateriHousing Area
Aug. 29. LaRowe's
landscaping includes
a variety of plants
surrounding a small
pond And waterfall.


NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson presents Julie Acker, wife of
Lt. Patrick Acker, with one of the Yard of the Month awards Aug. 29. The award
is presented to residents in the officer and enlisted housing areas at NAS Jax and
the Yellow Water Housing Area who maintain and landscape their yards.


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14 Ix Air NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 7, 2006


Don't be a victim of identity


theft or telephone fraud


From the TRICARE
Management Activity
Recently a TRICARE beneficiary
reported a possible telephone scam
involving someone asking for per-
sonal bank account information. This
appears to be an incident of phone fraud
and is not a security breach or incident.
Sam Jenkins, TRICARE Management
Activity's privacy officer, says personal or
financial information should never be
given to anyone who calls you or comes to
your home uninvited, claiming they are
collecting fees or other funds on behalf of
TRICARE or selling TRICARE-related
products.
"Only give personal information when
you have made the contact for exam-
ple, calling one of the TRICARE toll-free
customer service numbers or visiting a
TRICARE Web site," Jenkins added.
"TRICARE will never contact you to ask
for your financial information." He adds
that TRICARE will only request this
information when you initiate the call,
and then only when it is appropriate.


Protect your personal information
If you think someone is misusing your
personal information, contact the Federal
Trade Commission's ID Theft Hotline at
(877) 438-4338 to make a report.
If you receive a call of this nature from'
someone identifying themselves as a TRI.
CARE representative, please let us know
by writing to:
TRICARE Management Activity. Attn:
Privacy Office, 5111 Leesburg Pike. Suite
810, Falls Church, VA 220-11
You should also contact the fraud
departments of the three consumer
reporting companies to place a fraud alert
on your credit report. The fraud alert
tells creditors to contact you before open-
ing any new accounts or making changes
to your existing accounts. Once you place
the fraud alert in your file, you may order
free copies of your credit reports.
We have posted contact information for
all three companies, along with more tips
and a list of resources to help you protect
your identity, on the TRICARE Web site
at www.tricare.oscl.mil/factsheet/fraud.
cmf.


Record numbers benefit from


TRICARE Mail
From TRICARE Management Activity
More beneficiaries than ever are sav-
ing money and time by using the
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy.
Defense leaders see the trend toward mail
order pharmacy use as a vital component
in their efforts to control rising health care
costs.;
"This success indicates that by partner-
ing with beneficiary organizations we have
been able to get the word out about this
safe, easy and cost-effective option for get-
ting medications," said Army Major Gen.
Elder Granger, deputy director, TRICARE
Management Activity. "Taking advantage
of this important benefit lets our benefici-
aries save themselves money and helps
TRICARE reduce expenses."
The number of mail order prescriptions
delivered to beneficiaries in July exceeded
June's total, moving mail-order prescrip-
tions to 7.4 percent of the total number of
prescriptions that TRICARE fills, the high-
est level in two years. During this same.
time period, the number of prescriptions
filled at military treatment facilities and
those filled at retail locations dropped.
Defense leaders are optimistic that they
can increase mail order use to 10 percent
by the end of the year. The Congressional


Order Pharmacy
Budget Office estimates that the
Department of Defense will save $1.5 bil-
lion from 2007-2016 by transferring pre-
scriptions from retail pharmacies to the
TRICARE mail-order program.
But savings for beneficiaries may be the
biggest reason for the increasing populari-
ty of the mail order pharmacy.
Beneficiaries may save as much as 66 per-
cent on maintenance medications for con-
ditions such as high blood pressure, asth-
ma or diabetes. The beneficiary receives
up to a 90-day supply of most medications
for the same amount they would pay for a
30-day supply at a retail pharmacy.
Pharmacists automatically check prescrip-
tions against the beneficiary's medication
history to guard against harmful drug
interactions, and users don't have to make
a trip to the drug store.
Mail-order service is useful for mainte-
nance medications that beneficiaries use
for long periods. For immediate or short
term needs for medications, beneficiaries
may fill prescriptions at military treat-
ment facilities or local retail pharmacies.
Beneficiaries may enroll in the mail
order program by mail or online.
For more information, visit www.tricare.
osd.millpharmacy/tmop.cfm.


Photo by MC 1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Billy Freeman, a Memphis, Tenn. firefighter who works as a Federal Emergency Management
Agency urban search and rescue team member, checks the communication vehicle before
securing it in the pre-staging area.

FEMA: Pre-staging area for disasters set up at Hangar 116


From Page 1
NAS Jax has been above and beyond
what we could expect and it is great know-
ing that we can rely on them in our contin-
ued partnership."
Initially, the weather forecast prompted
FEMA officials to send out more than 480
truckloads of coinmodities and more than
100 urban search and rescue vehicles.
"NAS Jax Security personnel prepared to
man numerous around-the-clock watches,
open extra lanes in gate entrances and
provide roving'security throughout the
FEMA staging area. When we were noti-
fied that the evolution was not going to be


as large as it was last year, security per-
sonnel were able to quickly adjust accord-
ingly to what was needed to effectively
carry out the evolution," stated Director of
Security Cmdr. James Thompson.
"Everyone worked so well together. If
FEMA needed something, we either got it
for them or found out where we needed to
go to get it. Base personnel from numer-
ous departments responded efficiently and
professionally to the ever-changing evolu-
tion and their role in the operation will
surely provide FEMA with a smooth foun-
dation to gettingaid to the people who
needed it," stated'Melott.


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tion and Support Program
is the foremost preventive
measure for the avoidance
of personal and family
problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard

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the base.
Pre-registration is re-
quired. If special accommo-
dations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
tion.
The following workshops
are available in September:
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Learn to shop healthier with a dietitian...

The Wellness Center is conducting a Grocery Shopping Tour.

Date: Sept. 7


Time: 8- 10 a.m.

Location: NAS Jax Commissary


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


foin us Sunday and enjoy a display
of Varied Breakfast Items:
unelefs, Made to Order, Eggs Benedict,
+itian Waffles, Hot Entrees, Extensive
d Bar, Delicious Desserts, Icel Cream
'Sundae Bar & Much, Much, More!
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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.
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.
Push-up Challenge
Oct. 18
Prizes awarded!
Call 542-3518/2930 for additional information.


Photo courtesy of MWR
Students enrolled in the NAS Jax Flying Club take part in Ground School class. The next class is scheduled for Sept. 11 Oct.
18. Ground School classes are held upstairs in the Auto Skills Center. The cost is $365 per person and includes all instruction
and supplies. Call 777-8549/6035 for additional information.


For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
call 542-3318.
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
Daytona 500 Race Feb. 18
Tickets on sale Sept. 15
Keech and DePalma Box Seats
$150, limit four per person


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 at 542-3491.
Mall & Movie Trip
Saturday
Orange Park Mall & AMC
Free


Jaguars Vs. Dallas Game
Sunday, $5
Tickets are limited!
Sign-up early!
Comedy Zone Trip
Free admission and appetizers!
Sept. 12
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. Nacho Libre (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. X-Men The Last Stand (PG-13)
Saturday, 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 at 542-3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.Lm.
Reserve drill weekends, 3-7 p.m.


Sponsors.


needed

From MWR Marketing
he NAS Jax Morale,
Welfare, and Recre-
ation Department
of the Navy is currently
seeking sponsors for fiscal
year 2007 special events
and programs.
Your efforts will sup-
port NAS Jax active duty
service members and
their families. Your com-
pany will market to more
than 25,000 base person-
nel.
For more information
on how your organization
can become a sponsor,
please contact Shannon
Leonard at 542-3577 or e-
mail shannon.d.leonard@
navy.mil.


Huffman steers to Richmond


By effrey Nichols
Commander Navy Recruiting
Command Public Affairs


N o. 88 Navy "Accel-
erate Your Life"
Chevrolet Monte
Carlo SS heads to the
Richmond International
Raceway to participate in
the Emerson Radio 250 in
Richmond, Va., Sept. 8.
Driver Shane Huffman will
be behind the wheel of Dale
Earnhardt, Jr.'s JR Motor-
sports-owned No. 88 car.
"I'm excited to get back
behind the wheel of the No.
88 Navy Chevy this week-
end. I hated having to sit
out at California," said
Huffman. "I think the more
track time I get in these
cars and get acclimated to
running with the guys in
the Busch Series, the better
I'll be."
Huffman continues, "I've
raced at Richmond before,
so that will help me get


adjusted a little bit easier
on Friday. Wes (Ward, crew
chief) and the whole Navy
team have a great fleet of
cars that are poised to run
up front each week. I've
just got to get up on the
wheel and get good finishes
for them."
"Richmond is one of my
favorite tracks. I got a win
there in 1995 when I was
Dale Jarrett's crew chief
and the track has always
been good to me in the
past," stated Wes Ward,
crew chief of the No. 88
Navy Monte Carlo.
Fleet Honoree for the
race will be the HCS-4
"Red Wolves" located in
Norfolk, Va.
The Richmond race will
be televised live at 7:30 pm
Eastern time to a national
audience on TNT and will
broadcast on Motor Racing
Network (MRN) radio.


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16 JaxAIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 7, 2006


WATER: NAS Jax
From Page 1

nitrogen deposits annually
to increase dissolved oxy-
gen content (to help reduce
algal blooms);
Eliminates pumping of


working to protect
up to 77 million gallons
annually from the Florida
aquifer to irrigate the base
golf course;
Eliminates use of
potable water to irrigate
sports fields and other


Which would you drink? Casey Cochran compares the clarity
of treated wastewater with drinking water as he explains how
NAS Jax is a leader in water resource management on the
First Coast.


Assuring a plentiful supply of
potable water for drinking,
bathing, cooking and even fire
fighting is the everyday concern of
Wally Holdstein, environmental compli-
ance manager for water and wastewater
utilities.
Potable is defined as a liquid that is
suitable for drinking. But who decides
when water is suitable for drinking?
Holdstein explained, "Although taste,
odor, color and clarity are important,
they only address the physical aspects of
public water. The bacteriological and
chemical content of our water must also
be tested daily, weekly and monthly to


the environment
green areas.
"Casa Linda Lake, the
source of irrigation for our
golf course, is primarily
fed by storm water. During
periods of low rainfall,
we're permitted to main-
tain the lake level by
pumping water from the
Floridian aquifer.
Wastewater reuse is a bet-
ter way to irrigate because
it stops withdrawals from
the aquifer," said Caddy.
"We've got a long way to
go, but considering that we
will have zero discharge
going into the river, the
project is definitely worth
the cost. We will be elimi-
nating a huge amount of
nitrogen from going into
the river each year. That
means more wastewater
will be used for irrigation
and less drinking water
will be used on lawns,"
added Wadel.
"It's that double benefit
that made this all happen.
We've got to do something
to keep the water
resources in our state
healthy and this is a great
start in repairing the dam-
age to our river," he said.


meet criteria set by federal EPA and
Florida Department of Environmental
Protection."
The station water system draws water
from the Floridian aquifer via two deep
wells. A third well is used as needed to
replenish Casa Linda Lake. Four water
towers help maintain pressure in the sys-
tem, as well as providing a reserve of one
million gallons for emergency use.
"To increase NAS Jacksonville's redun-
dancy of on-base water sources, we part-
ner with JEA for about two-thirds of the
40 million gallons of water we consume
each month," said Holdstein.


Photos by Clark Pierce
IAP Hill Lead Operator Casey Cochran inspects treated wastewater that automatically flows
into the retention pond that irrigates the Timuquana Country Club Golf Course.


Protecting the St. Johns from storm water pollution
The NAS Jacksonville landscape includes large areas of impervious surfaces,
such as runways, parking lots and rooftops that generate runoff every time it
rains. Storm water picks up dirt, debris, chemicals and other pollutants that
can adversely affect the river and other bodies of water that are used for boating,
swimming and fishing.
NAS Jax Water Program Manager Mike Wadel described ways the Public Works
Center manages storm water runoff.
Some storm water runoff is piped to Casa Linda Lake to irrigate the golf course.
Six storm water sluice gates are designed to prevent fuel spills from entering the
river through the storm water system.
Every squadron trains personnel to operate their spill-response cart whenever a
fuel or chemical spill occurs at an aircraft.
Storm drain grates in hangars and aircraft parking aprons are prominently
marked, "No Dumping Drains To River."
Aircraft wash racks drain to the sanitary sewer to prevent residual wash waters
containing oils and grease from entering the storm water system.
The soon-to-be-constructed HS and P-3 hangars are designed with "rainwater
harvesting" systems on the roofs. Saved rainwater will be used to flush toilets in the
hangars and to wash aircraft.
To learn more about storm water management, or for educational materials, con-
tact Mike Wadel at 542-4220.


POW/MIA: Annual observance features Vietnam POW


From Page 1

sult of the increasing U.S.
commitment in Vietnam,
he transitioned to the A-4
Skyhawk, after which he
was assigned to VA-34 at
NAS Cecil Field.
In May 1967, VA-34
departed for the waters off
of Vietnam, aboard USS
Intrepid (CV-11). On his
76th mission over North
Vietnam and five days shy
of his scheduled rotation
day, Key's aircraft was hit
by a surface-to-air-missile a
few miles southeast of
Hanoi. After ejecting, he
was immediately captured
and spent the next 64
months as a POW, in six
different camps in North
Vietnam. Much of his time
in captivity was spent in
isolation.
"When I realized the air-
craft was hit and I was
about to crash, the first
thing that flashed through
my mind was my family. I
wondered how being shot
down and possibly becom-
ing a POW or even being
killed was going to affect
my wife and 17-month-old
son," said Key.
Recollecting the horrific
experiences he endured
while in captivity was not
easy for Key. "When I was
hit, the engine flamed out,
fuel started spewing from
the obviously ruptured
wings and my fire warning
light came on. My wing-
man yelled for me to eject
and I did so. I was so low
when I ejected that I didn't
stay in the air more than
10 seconds. I was captured
almost immediately. I was
held in a small village until
nightfall, and then I was
taken to Hanoi in a truck. I
was put into what I later
learned was Hoa Lo Prison,
most commonly known as
the "Hanoi Hilton," he


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According to Key, his
most difficult time as a
POW came when he was
placed in isolation for six
months. A lifelong Baptist,
Key credits his uncondi-
tional love for his family,
his strong faith, his coun-
try, and his military train-
ing as the reasons for his
survival during this period.
When asked about the
conditions of his POW
camps and the meals that
he received while in captiv-
ity, he summarized it by
saying, "The camps were
not camps in the sense that
most people visualize a
POW compound situation.
They were more like jails.
At Hoa Lo, we lived in cells
which had from one to four
POWs in them. We were
never able to mix with
POWs in other cells until
near the end of the war.
The camps were very spar-
tan."
"We slept on boards or a
raised concrete platform.
Our bathroom was usually
a bucket kept in the room,
which we emptied once a
day. The windows had no
glass in them, so whatever
the temperature was out-
side, that was what it was
inside. The camps were
infested with rats, spiders,
ants, and mosquitoes.
Meals varied a little from
camp to camp," he contin-
ued.
"But mainly, our diet con-
sisted of two meals a day;
both of which usually con-
sisted of a bowl of pumpkin
soup, a side dish of pump-


kin taken out of the soup,
and a piece of bread. We
were allowed out of our
cells, one cell at a time, two
or three times a week to
bathe," he said.
Key spent 10 months of
his last year in captivity at
a POW camp near the
Chinese border. "This move
caused more concern than
usual. We traveled at
night, and from the stars,
we knew we were heading
straight north. After many
hours we began seeing
Chinese road signs, which
made us all uneasy.
"But, as it turned out,
when we were almost at
the Chinese border, we
turned toward the north-
west and stayed in
Vietnam." Liberation day
for Key finally arrived more
than 33 years ago; and for
Key and his family, it will
be a day never to be forgot-
ten.
"When I learned that the
war had ended, I was
afraid it would turn out to
be a dream like all the
other times had," he
recalled. "It was surreal. I
kept thinking I was going
to start waking up any
moment. It took a lot of
time for my mind to accept
that this time was the real
thing."
After repatriation, Key
returned to flying the A-4
for one year. In July 1974,
he began graduate school
at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill,
from which he was award-
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physics in May 1977.


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He was then assigned to
teach physics at the Naval
Academy. After his tour at
the academy, he was trans-
ferred to the Naval
Material Command and
then the Naval Air Systems
Command in. Crystal City,
Va.
In June 1989, Key
returned to the Naval
Academy as the director of
the Math and Science
Division and later became
the director of Naval
Academy Sailing and
Commodore of the Naval
Academy Sailing Squadron.
He retired from active duty
in June 1993.
After retiring from the
Navy, Key and Alece
returned to the
Jacksonville area, and
since August 1993, he has
been teaching physics and
astronomy at St. Johns
River Community College
in Orange Park.
The POW Pledge of
Allegiance will be led by
retired Navy Chief Carl
"Ed" Creamer, a former
Japanese POW. While a
petty officer third class dur-
ing World War II, his PBY
was shot down in the
Bering Sea.
One of three survivors
from the crew of nine, he


was picked up by a
Japanese cruiser. He was
moved through seven
Japanese POW camps, two
of which were bombed by
the allies who did not know
POWs were in the area. He
retired from the U.S. Navy
in 1960.
Creamer will be assisted
by his sons, retired Navy
Chief Roger Creamer and
retired Navy Chief Richard
Creamer. Both are Vietnam
veterans.
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Jacksonville will be Dan
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Military Affairs, City of
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Weekly sports recap
VS-22 defeated VP-30, 83-78, to win the Summer
Basketball Championship. The Center for Naval
Technical Training Unit Jax defeated VP-30, 52-39, to
win the Greybeard (age 30+) Basketball Championship.
The flag football season is still going strong with
Naval Hospital Jax leading the way with a 11-0 record
followed closely by the VP-30 Officers who have a 9-0
record.
The indoor volleyball league got underway this week
with eight teams.
Brady Fitzgerald of VR-58, defeated David Hunt of
VP-30, to win the Captain's Cup Racquetball
Tournament.
If you would like to join any of the leagues, contact
the base gym at 542-3239.

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 1.9:00 Women 24:00
1QK 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


Team
Naval Hospital
VP-30 O'S
HS-75
VR-58
AIMD
VP-30 Students
NCTS
VP-5 Blue
VP-45
HS-3
HS-15
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Wins Losses
11 0
9 0
7 2
9 3
7 4
7 5
6 5
6 5
4 5
4 4
4 7
3 7
2 8
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
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American'
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment or for,
more information, call 269-2945.
The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at.1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library
on Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. 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 Marind. 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 Uhited
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, Inc. holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
'p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The First, Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. is
hosting their fourth annual
Dorothy Gaines Banks
Scholarship and Awards
Banquet Sept. 30 at 6 p.m. at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel in
downtown Jacksonville. For
more information, call 563-4645.
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.
Heflena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fl1x.org.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from
4-9 p.m. through September.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-

6025.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society will hold their
monthly meeting Sept. 16 at
1:30 p.m. at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd
Street. For additional informa-
tion, please contact Mary
Chauncey at 781-9300.
A U.S. Postage Stamp Club
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


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Free phone cards are available to active
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Quantities are limited, so please stop in
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For more information, call 778-2821.


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Jeff Marquardt at 246-9932.
The Visayas-Mindanao
Association is hosting, a
Veteran's Ball Nov. 11 at 6 p.m.
at the Radisson River Walk
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion, contact John Wilde at 779-
6149 or email johnwilde@com-
cast.net.


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.


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Annual North
Fiorida Race for

the Cuie is Oct. 21

The 12th annual
North florida Kom-
en Race For the
Cure@ will hold its
5K ruL/fitness walk
Oct. 21 at 8 a.m. at
Metropolitan Park.
Theevent includes
a coed competitive
5K run, 2K fun
run/walk, Denise's
Dash (kids run) and
more!
For more informa-
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or visit www.jax-
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Teams of 10 and
more are encour-
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To receive a team
packet, call Gilda
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: 861 LAPAZ CT83/1'.5, OWNAbHOME! O.P. SOUTH -3/2, $ 169k, 0 VacantLot 1.2acw/10Oft DUVA C &NASSAU 2800 ACRESIN CB4/1.5,106 Logan St.
1000 sf. Excbeginm on St Johns River. Land Homes Packas WAKULLA CO.,FL. AperVKfs f Inhsale
o g cS r 330a i 7 61 dec pK 3/2 $925m. uallfy. Poss. owner fn. 7 9-3047 www.owner.om $98Down $595 Month App. 22 miles south of 59 /884osure.com
1 l lSosin $9 0 K Ph.A771-6116beforeem 904.348,5w13 (TPP7441) 813-,732.2991 Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385 Tallahassee w/ Hwy. 98 226-9555/887-2363
4/2,1800sf. Realty FREE FLAT SCRN TV 3/2, LEASE TO PURCHASE OWNER FIN. lovely 3/2, in LAND HOME PACKAGE to St. arks Marina. EASY2OWNHOME.com e
Executives 904838-7125 lar, comp remod. hy rent when ou can In great school dist. condominiums 3/2 Double Wide Excellent investment & -Wholesale *Rent-2-Own forRent
100 Clubs and ________ 7012 Cherbourg Ave N. own. EZ Quallfyng. 580 nearshopingEZ 355 Condominiums on 1.25 acres In recreational property Owner Financing Avail
0 animations $149,900. 904- 233 8851 credit score. Seller pays terms Call 12.663.0065 Middleburg. / Keystone. w/ over 1,700 acres of -Handyman Specials 400 Apartments
105 nand Services 305 Southside FBO -Jacksonville, FL ac2-8422 BETTER THAN BRAND SveThousands! plantation. $275ac. INVESTOR SPECIAL-2/1, Furnished
105 TelephoneDatinga Se2v8i.3/1,lo800-4s50 5All,_M NEW -lyrenew condo CALL3(9c04) 21.273pa
107 elephoneDatng 32208. 3/1, 989s55ac a 338 Baker County NEW w condo CALL (904) 291-2735 Call 770-444-3511 or possible 3, close 405Apartments
Sobo. 800-450-2383 awith all w 3ndow/cover 404-825-3635. quickly, 38k 269-8334 410 Condominiums
115 Lost and Found nO Mrke9042 3-421 HOUSES FOR SALE Beautiful 3/2,2300sf, hw to pool and mailboxes. YOUR CREDIT EMANUEL CO., GA S'SIDE 3769 Cactus Ln. Communities
120 Notices 90423342 Bad credit OK, No money firs,dall new appis, bonus Convenience plus. Call EZ Fin. Many homes to 95 AC $2,275/AC Worth $130K, 415Houses Furnished
125 Personals BEAUCLERC LAKES 2/2, down. 1st payment due A NEW BUILDING IN rm, detachgar backs up Joyce Frasier with choose from. Creek, Pond Sites 65/87fast cash sale 3 420Houses Unfurnished
130Tickets flat, new carpet. paint' November 1st. JARDIN DE MER CONDOS topresv.4354 Hickory St. Vanguard Realty at Call Emma 771-90S5 Hardwoods, Pines, 226-955n/ed
13Travel/Rides &a np s Readyn Call Allen 338-1011 Recently released by 275K. 904-673-2232 7,59-382 or 962-1086 ad d jax4closure.com 425 Manufactured
Sdeveoper. Near 6 Paved Road Homes
140 Vacation/Travel $11 000. Call 739-1240 Immaculate 4/2, 2cgar, beaches restaurants St Johns Brand New 2006 3br/2ba LOTS AVAILABLE 404 362 8244WE BUY HOUSES 42Mobile Hoe Lots
145 900/976 Services new sodnt &ct. & gol course 340 upstairs, facing woods AND/HOMEA OR MAKE YOUR PYMTS 43Roommates
147 Dating Services COMP REMOD. 3/2, 1/2 fncd kydw/deck. Beach BIvd. at 15th St. County al apls incR., $189K E FLaSEGASODOWN S RegiS Paper Co, LLC 1- 888-206-5321 435 Rooms to Rent
Enteaine ac lot, patio decks, incl $204,900.904.537.6171 Open 1-5 dally or call Merrill Rd. & 9A Call 477-4225 OR EMAIL www.streglspaper.com 440 Beach/Vacation/
165Entertainment 3 rm ouest hse. Moti 3B for appt. 904-241-2270 FS 4i',:]JH7-'.lBETU David. 904-744-0082 JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET TAINS OR WE BUY HOUSES 445e /Minsort
Services vated .$187,900. 2709 NEWLY RENOV.J3BR/1BA, 904-246-926e N.C. MOUNTAINS'! ORMAKEeYOURd-A FB St.Au
Glen Mawr Rd 904.434-4521 6226 Alexon Dr. $132K. JCP/Maple Wood-sApp$8 r.90 aeinRYMOVING!!MUSTSELL!gPREMCONSTRUCTION-PRICES
9 0 4, 6 5 1 ,5 9 5 9,^^ F o r pi 's$ 3 2 5K .lst $ 2 8 9,9 0O t a K e s F S B O S t A u g u s t in e MO V8N G6 M U S T S E L L P R E C O N ST R U C TIO Lo c k ers
5959, For pixsLike new 3/22cg, an & Racque Club, 3/21600F+ Over Acre New Development!
120 Notices FBO newly renov3/ wwmyspacecom 332 Middleburg it.2100sf, 291-8311 furn tile firs. renov.an a Half. Won't last! 450 men/Rental
A L TEhRAamTVbra the De SAN JUAN AREA 3/1, gar, 836 Buckeye Lane West 2 poI ols, acuz prv $895 per month. Stunning Views & Access Real Estate Services
11968 Harmony Drive SAN JUAN AREA 3/1, gar, aeach.2 Call Mr. Bradley to Proposed Lake Start- 94550W]nea
ABORTION ALTERNATIVE $157K Ph 321-223183 New:siding ceramic FREE LISTI CALL NOW I 327 87904 27871862 or 291-3100 ng at 39900. New Cabin Wanted 455Wanted to Rent
K le&HVAC. eaoy 10 alify BUY OWNER has Johns Creek $250+ Value E Shell Only $109,900.
IM 1l aIl KERNAN LAKES 4/3 low down 209548 000's of properties ith 1st $239900 takes it. All ponte Vedra East New 4 Bed 2 Bath 828-652-8700 ANGELO BUYS
-ALL EXPENSES PAID* / 207f open WHISPERING PINES of NoCommission, brick lie new 4/2, 2cg, ornfir a ra2 e 1600cSF, Mobile Home onoe L C4S Apartments
you Familyes 2a n ew Nel Collins 2/2+bonus rm, 800-771-7777 1750sf 291-8311 a 10SF Wooded Lot.n HOUSES CASH!
You Select The Family 2.5 yrs, new ne 101K; www.BuyOwner.com 1557 W. Windy Willow closrets. 62 Pt -in / SRUnfurshed
Jacksonvillel rsAttorney n'hood, rent P0ssib. 2car gar, Pine Valley OWNER 3/2/2 ON OVER ColonY.6244,900 CALL 291.0716 aien oun .a distfred a nt or maged,
348-6400 or 80348-6434 90 -887-7 A1cRE NEW PAINT, NEW $Sau 904476-6579 OEe 3 mil of road c),
348 6400 or 803486434 904-887-76 ass Over 3 miles of road occupied ANYWHERE, trict. ABrick du lex 2/1
CCARPET IN MIDDLE- IN Cou NEW PHASE front
NO HAGGLING ALL AEAS 306 Intracasta 322 Argyle NG NAN779-118 922 San Jose Blvd. #502 out with the old in th 478-EALTOO BIG oro
AND PRICES. REALNET S In .T 3/2/2 -all brick, 9mo old, 2/2O1180sf, immac.scn the new. EZ Financing. TIMBER CREEK TO SMALL I!
OF NEAFL INC Argyle, Watermill 3br/2ba SWMH 3/2, split BR, ch/a 1.88 ac Callahan, prch, OPEN HOUSE 9/3 & Call 771-9055 COUNTRY ESTATES, Quick closings or Fernandina,
1.800.AS-IS-NOW Kensington Lakes at On sparkling lake, 2 car 4895 Pepergrass St. Call 904-673-8624 904486404/W:3564483 SELLING YOUR MOBILE 20-3 ae hom ites 904-626-1636 SIZZLING HOT!
Atlantlc&Kerana3/2, garage man upgrades, $92,500. 2 448-6404/W:356-4483 SELLING YOUR MOBILE 20-30 acre tacts, homesites, 904- 626- 1636 SIZZLING HOT!
NEED A LAWYER 2cgar new pnt & flooring, very clean, eautfuly 04-8382825 Yulee-4/2 1900sf HOME? TOPCASH! pondsites, 15-20 year old 904- 813- 5253 NEW 1-2-3-4
Accident? Arrest? Divorce? comm. pool & tennis, landscaped. MOTIVATED a beautiful home j Out of Area/ Old or New or Assume planted pines, paved road
AAA Attorney Referral Svc 2118 Hovington Cir. W. Seller 2OK Call Mike, First Orange Park! built in 2004. Over- 360 Towu/Stateof Ares! Oldror Newo or3Assumeelntged pnestravied, rtrtgat$0.
siz3e.d 2 HRS Ari t235K, 335 orRata94as kitchen Town/Ste15 r n. north of Thomasviil 400 Apartments Starting at$590.
fastcash saletCaS199 st--- Ray 90 8223Clay island. 16X16 screenedIT II *M1.- .l Ga. Call Rocky Ford, LLC, punished Call Maria for special
226. 9555/887-2363 McGrits Creek Subv 3/2 porch w/deck. 2 car GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC i 229-226-1719, or info pack 904 277-2500
130 Tickets jax4closure.com 1600+sf converted gar. 4 YRS OLD 2208 sf. water garage pergo hard- several creeks enhance Just pay sales tax and RIVERSIDE Corp. lux apt. MARIETTA 1/1 $395
C_3V __ Close to NAS__JAX. front 4/2,34X24 lanai, woodfloors. $259,900 the natural beauty of move-in. E-Z, Investment newly renov. 1BR, until Ma iE/h&ai/f
JAS V IA $169,900. For details, 16xSft swim spa, for 9042258595 this heavily wooded3.5 E-Z- Qualifying. 380 Properties WD,& linens in c er c ence
JAGS VS. GIANTS-M on 310 Mandarin CStner al living & din rs MLS39193 acrehomesite. $79 000 Call 695-2255 $1425mo._904-382-3590 'eplthepwess
day Night Game. 11/20, 942146296 Kelle Sec &irri. systems. Call owner/Bkr for nfo _ __ __ VANSANDTRE389-3540
Night Game. 11/20,res.
4 cub seats w/parking, Williams First Coast RIty $281,400; 904, 39.4856 350 Waterfront 80052 6788 or se s
213-7788 100% FINANCING IV "I 4 A Gem In Feing Islan gatewaymountain.com 370 Lotsfor Sale405 tment RRAYHILL LARGE
Bnkrpcy, Self EMP, Invest Watermill $210K Value 2550sf, 4/3, p Water olutely beautiful on t, Kit Equips. 384 1472
OK. Mark904233-4231 1st $1,93,900 takes it.New r & nature everywhere!! Asoely l VA Land: 12 acs, fronts AMELIA ISLAND-FER Carpet Equp.3841472
comm like new 3/2 Special features at: St. Johns River w/dock A F
BUY OR LEASE OFFICE CONDO 2cg 1500sf. 22S91eifas311at: 992 Fruit Cove Rd 3+ac on river: $60K; For pics: NANDINA -First Ave
UN AS OFICE COND 160S n2 31 Sircle#c7om $2.5 mil. 9042623961 owner newbranch.com duplex lot, 1 blk to bch Need a Place 1RTHSIDE ORTEGA COTTAGE 1BR,
UNITSAVAILWITHO1,00SF 8446 Stelling Dr.S. Tour#ac79t3- Perked: 919-693-8984 $349k 904-733-0657 ToHang $ kit, bath, din. area, liv
$7 EAor$1,119,600CFOR4 $429,900. 904-688-1341 DEEP WATERFRONT 1,2AT YourHat? 12&3BR's $rm priv. bkyd. pool.
LEASE FOR $1750/EACH North CANAL LOT 90x130M ft PALM COAST YouAvailablel $50+ut 904-381-9644
AuctionsU. MAR YMER APACEISLBEAUTY septic, wtr & pwr. Mand. 3 Fast growingaena---
N4/9K90 42 36 Homes 904-757-0240 RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR, CH&A,
200Auctions Red. $299,900. O aery $ 64,500. 386-931-1069Nar 9K 4 44h .x ,- l i Ashley Park hardwd floors, clean,
210 Estate Sales Mandarin. Bartram FSBO -NORTHSHORE Sat. in Sept. 7109940 Dr Lake Estates, 4465 3- Apartments ood n'hood, near hosp
220 Public Sales Springs -Lease to buy 3/1, brk, hrdwd firs. Cedar Rd, 2700sf, 3br/. A 3 OR 4 BR ON 1 OR MORE $570 mo+dep. 384 6755
220 Public Sales3/3, 2460sf $1750mo. upgraded kit $133,500 EAGLE HARBOR FSBO 4/2, 3ba, frplc hot/tub rm ACRES. 100% FINANCING Farms Rehab Draw Up Front
2089sf, freshly::ntint, 2 iftboathousew/dock SEYCORREALTY477-4225OR 3 Acreage oPre-PayPenalties
hugeyd room or oo & jetski lift, 1+ac $850K JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET *No Junk Fees
5*'36- Hour Closings
210 Estate Sales Mandarin-3/2, HOMES FOR SALE. $25 0. 904505-050 bddyimonle.net BAD UGH, UGLY acres located mle I
B. Lanston's Presents house, new vinyl 2148 W 40th St 3/1 $86K. lagoon. Quiet culdesac Lake Asbury big dock. CREDITHampton Co. SC., Great 100% Financing -
A BEACHES SALE siding, fireplace, 1456w18th St 2/1 48K. 3br/2ba, every upgrade, 3/2.5 huge Living room. U-Pickahome Wedo hunting w/ extensive -II' ^ EL"]i^
Antiquities furn, washer/dryer $224900. 904-3073138 REDUCED oo famiy room w/fireplace, the loan. 771-9055 roadsyste 1 me of
terCall 53 31mod 3 PC Call 904-635-916 15Kw gen. w/auto Trans. Ask1forsEmm. frontage on the CoLn
eiryc n O S $379,900. 904-328-6378 bahee River. Priced to IN-1I-A3"01IB
jewelryI, Ad r ao M EL LFecor.EMI access & H EO A $39909 4-- BEACHES MH sell at $2800/per HUEFOSAECac.M n t s F
much more Nice full Open House/ LaurieBad crM. Potter edit OK No money MUSTsedSELL FLEMING Uve on navigable water on2ots,3/2,asis. Call Norwood (03) 9 737.0144
Sale! 1703Rnd ki Ave., 5 7p 9/9 & 9/101-841 down. 1st payment due ISLAND ESTATES. way Bu Sellin or n S'side Reduced to
off Beach after 4866Victoria ChaseCt. November 1st New homes 4/2 & 3/2, $299K lease to own, 26 Fi4 ce a247l3 541-2521 (800 8959918s or 904470-0004.aaa.om.
Wed. 6:00-8:00PM; Matthew RIty 568-1887g App. 22 miles south of Licensed Mortgage
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SAN MARCO -HISTORIC MANDARIN 4br/2ba, Orange Park- ST. JOHNS CO/SR210/195 WS LAKESHORE 3/1.5 $825 WmTSeD4Need roomtil
Unique restored lofts, beautiful home on lake. Meadow Brook 2/2.5 Twnhse gar. comm 1600SF, Kit Equip, Carport, ties 962-4789
Close to Sq, fr $985 best schools in city. Subdivision home pool, gated $990+ sec. Bonus rm, ch&a, WD Hkps.,
www.theloftssanmarco.com $1395mo. Call 962 7668 for rent, 3/1.5 904 85 4459 813-6585 VANSANDT RE 389 3540 W'SIDE Share 3br home.
1450 Flag0er 396-9601 $850mo. plus security Co, ph, w/d, all until incl.
1450 Flagler 3969601 BRTRAM SPRINGS dep. CallSharon ST. JOHNS CO. -border. YULEE -Timber Creek, $125 wse l ld 1.3338
SANMARCO Mandarin New 5/25 759.1106 3/2.5, + den gar, new, 2500sf, 3/4 br, 2.5ba $125wk+sec. d "
1 BR near Batlst Avail now, 86Osf. $1650 all new al S $1250mo. m from 95 aval 1mmed w S. WF seeks day
3l8-837 I or 72T7986 Call now. 916-420-2986 Orange Park/ Call 904-955-1561 $1600 912.674-025 worng Mae. Furn rm
M'BURG 200sf, 4/2 In slon-Two story 5/3 ST.MARS GA WESTSDE Venet 3/2, $500m Il, l. 777n 5955
SAN MARCO The Retreat off CR218 on cul. desac. 4 Fch/a, 2 car gar, fenced,
4/2 GAR. FENCED,- n
AL & 9 -R S lal $1200mo. 904-886-4627 $1200mo plus security BACkYARiMTO $ la e e4a2n 9A/MERRILL- furn rm
WESTSIDE MIDDELBUdR 4Villaesr haron a 759,1106 NICE AREA, PCSING, LEASE TO PURCHASE W/d, $85 237-1834
Of Fires ide, 42. 2 car $975M0. 912-576-7377/ Whyr ent=whe-you-ca
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD g sc FI rm fen bk yd Orange PK/Flem Isl New $975M. 56-77/ Why rent when you can
NO WD HOOKUP. QUIETI 220$1450 673, 2276 lux 3/3+gar end unit 227-0866 own. EZ Qualifying. 580 Rooms
REP REQUIRED $5 2897 N1 2671 Tuscany Gler Dr. A WO S 3/2 credit score. Seller pays 435 to nt
S NORTH JAX off College St. $l300m TARA WOOS 3/2 $125 closing cost. All areas to Rent
W'SIDE ORMANDY 1 or 2 ./ 4/2 AVAIL SEPT. 2006, RTO Option. 626-4200 2Car Gar, Pool, 1682 S, Den, available. 904,422-8422
bdrm $595mo or share 51 SERIOUS INQ ONLY. Kit Eqp, Fenced _... ARLINGTON
rent. Must be drug free PLEASE CALL PACEISLAND VANSAN RE 389-34540 AR
783.1386 or 71. 45 904-386-3724 PACE LAND Vufactured R /Mowve 4 RefriOS
NORTHSIDE -Z/1, $550mo Gated community. VILLAS OF FIRESIDE 425 Maomes Low Daily/Wkiy Ratesl
410 Condominiums + dep. First Coast 4/b 0 car 4/2 ,2089SF, ON Hko e 0 D Rlo
Realty 879-1008 gar, avI, Sept. 1. $1695m. CUL-DE-SAC, GATED 1700sf mobile KINGS INN (904) 72C 3343
269.8941/625.6519. 904-214-9198/ 327-3298, home $700 a FLEMING ISLAND Upscale
BAYMEADOWS Deerwood mo 9,nTh, 119
3/2. 1530sf allnew, fpic, Northside 3/1 $700 $825 PACE ISLAND Gate Tere a court Neighborhood. master
lanai, NO Smk/ Pets &MurryHIIIZ/1 $725m Comm,4/2, LR, FRR, DR W" DESlWH KInslandinSouthern bdrm suite, ,priv.
$1095mo. Cal 505-3648 all have ch&a, apois' Frp. Fresh, Paint. -- ,N , lines Parkniany entrance furn N/S
No HUD Greg 376 519 $ 350mo. 269-5460 tI NEWLEY REMODELED, extras. inc's,bills/ cable + DSL,
Gate Parkway, Gated 2/2 $950/MO, CHA, NEAR hse & pool privileges.
3rd floor, end unit NORTHSIDE Rent to 6wn Palm Valley/Ponte Vedra 1-95 & 103RD, CALL NORTHSDE -2/1 $450 + dep. Avail l
w/storage upgrade, all New 3/2 + loft, large 5/3, 2380sf. 2 car ar. 904-278-2951 furnished $550rm 904-610.9 12
appllances common 001 yard, 2150sf, $4000 d. Fenced culdesac stins furnished, $S5tmo. 9 M LE
$i00m 407'810m1803 $1300m. 954-534-6989 pps + re wshrdr WESTSIDE -Brand new, 904-764-1401 aft 6pm MIDDLEBURG-
mnuuu~nwl 19 4236 4/3, on pond, GC comm, _______________ T Share 4 acre horse
4 INTERCOASTAL NORTHSIDE/ CLYDE DR. ncd $1950m 904$122360 05 4/3 0 nd 0 com, ranch well cozy
2/BR FOR RENT 3/1, den. new cpt, cer Ponte Vedra, Close to Call 916-806-3317 Need a home? kept home nicely
S1mwasher/dryer tlIe in kit/ land rm. Schls/Bch. Quiet fam Call now and wewill furnished room.
Included fitness cn- $00mo. +dep751-9192 comm 4/2.5, 2, 2500sf, WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK re-appove you over $325+utl+deposit. Cll
ten ol man other great O.P. -1911 Hunters $1700m. 904 273-0796 2BR IBA SMALL COTTAGE, t e phone. Because we 904- 612 6646
etures. 950/ me, Trace. Imma /2,car RIVERSIDE nice 2br/1a, REFREQ.$595/MO.778-2897 Call Sandy 695-2255 OP Efficiency, urn, sm
728-0393 gar, 1500Sf, scrnd hdwd firs, FpI, biyd, refrig, microwave,
I Intercostal Wf2/2 AvantI yor5hmo. 76 yd, porches, no pe 5, WESTSIDE NR OP 3/1 LW cable off street parking,
Condos on Kernan/Bch $lmo. 27644 1000mo. 2477227 Eve BONUS RM, NEW CPT, 2 After 6 months for as $100 dp. + 395 mo
all new, wd gated, pool OP/Beautiful lakefront So'side 4br/3ba 2SOOsf CAR GAR, W/ HKP NO PETS little as $1000 down. Avail now Call 215-9416
S$1100m. Ca 913728 twnhm 3/2,5, 61512sf,, lake front, wood floors, REF REQ. $850/MO. 860.7219 Call 695-2255 PVB SEASIDE' Share furn
O.P. -Rent or RTO, Seller pays SkC.cost $1450mo. Call Rebekah WES D Hse, 03 home2ms+Ba$900
POOmeGuaranteeed 7r pays 954295147 ) 904998-8263 WESTSIDE3/2TwnHse WSAWD/1U t home. 1rmr + Ba1.5n$o
$90gmo. Guaranteed $197,500. 954-2953147Ct. CH&A WD HU, Watr util. 94-39493
Fin. 2/2, New Natures 7 sCH, W&D HU Wutee
deaway139k 276l446 OP/FLEMING ISL PLANT. Southside 3639 Coronado $800m + $1000 d cM FOR RENT NE EAR
OTEA Wa ot 4/2, 1750sf, scr patio 3/2 gar den 'ch/a, fncd No pets. 1.800322324 VANSAND RE389 3540 NAS JAX $400/MO
O.P. WNHSE Built2005 housenc amenities. 6m. to Noets 6554 Bur W'SIDE Near Orange Pk CDES TIIE
gar, quiet 2/2.5 w/bonus $1250+sec. 904.568.1723 $975m. 904731.1 99 WESTSIDE quatyarea FURNISHE
m sCall 465 1318 OP/FLEMING ISIL Rentto SOUTHSIDE -3/2, den, Ig d,$70mo. Call Irg yrd, no pets $79 CALL 904-779-4660
own, 2363 Cook Pine Ln, yd, carport, no pets, 695.3388 or 777.0691 firm + dep; 904.7778817
OrangePark 2br/2ba loft New 3/2,'2cg, $165056m. 80mo. $850 d p 3900 al
condo, Off hwy I-17 near 954. 295. 3147/914-8924 Dairy Dr. 641-0644 4
NAS base. $950mo+dep. W ER RoomdInates
No pets 904,233-1341 OP/GCS WATERFRONT Southsde Iron Wood
3/2 on deep water canal Lease to buy 4/3, 2400sf
ORTEGA 2BR Waterfront to Black Creek. Ideal for $1900mo or $392,000. ndm ARGYLE Mature, NS orR
S/S appilamens, $1150m. Ig boat $1400m. 269.2929 Call 516.660.2709 H fem, to share 3/2 house ,
60' boat s extra, 1/ unfurn $400 5 73-6522
'off3rd mnh. 673eo601 O.P. OAKLEAF New Southslde/Baymeadows
4/2+, 2600+, waterfront, 1240sf, 3/2 /car gar, BAYMEADOWS/9A, Fern Real Estate
PONTE VEDRA BEACH w/d lana, nosmk/pets. LAKE VIEWS $995. mo. I L E share TH w/Fem gated. s tat .E
OCEAN GROVE 1/1+Loft, $1650mo. Call 505-3648 + utils. 904 565. 9118 REAL TTE pool gym $450m 229. 7399 500 Commercial/
Overlooks pool. on lake o EA ESIndustrial for Sale
us r n la O.P. -Patio home, RTO, SOUTHSIDE -3/2, 2 car GATE PKWY&9A, James SCummtrialfrS
Call 276,6644 $149.4 1290mo. Call 838-1015 ( ) 7 n4 O507 Commercial/
S efOrTont$2 /moCP/RE T (904) 757-3466Cv Mlddleburg' -Male or Businesses for Sale
SOUTHSDE -Sail C OP/RENT TO OWN Brand Southside brand new, www.ERADANJONES~com fem. to share home /OffceSpace
I a k e f r o n t 2/2, new home 4/2.5 lSakeview fo rent or 50 c
aed. $llO0mo. 2300sf 2r90en $500dor rent to own, Homes, t$500m 904-291-8107o o
p 8380 2300sf, 2sto $00dn, 3/2, 1 c ar for more 'forSale
1400m. 4.5346989 nfo call 36-65-6453 Townhomes, and Retal/Office Space
S'SIDE/JTB 3/2full baths $ 23-pacou 4 2 car S oSIDE NEW .T H Condominiums OAKLEAF PLANTATION for Rent
1500sf. car o garage 2284sf In Eagl Bra PWTarkWbrOUE 1,2; 3, & 4 Bedrooms I one room furnn
Immed. $12 m+600 arbor, 3 w bedrm $550 -$1425 $4l7mo. or unfur Commercial/
Sa904 743-1924/70-5924 pai or, i i 2ba, waterfront fountain I nPshed, $40 n O cl e
I, nr $ view. W/, frdge,
.01W o r Id Go 4I porchlaWn care nci. $1250m. 843296.1479 Following Areas: freewater/amenltles. Industrial
l /e s- $1475 VRanguard Realty fNorthslde utoltles ng. 904-962-5420 For Sale
jVIj2 garage,, dIsn -264-7181 ext I S'slde The Landings at Orange Park ORANGE PAR IDE 10 ACRES
washere, w/d, lanai. OP. Townhouse New Belle Rive 2/2.5, lc par, Oceanway OAKLEAF as 0 ACES
Includes cable, wetor d3/25 pool I 0o near Town Ctr water-
trash pla ,e gSep a n o 3/25 p E0mo view $1150. 904 497,9476 Downtown F PLANTATION, PUD for 153 Condos.
fp,. mnr, a xtra clean no pets pOcm San Marco 1 room $450/mo $3.9sm. SerIou 9Inq's
904278-7 m0050 ST. JOHNS CO/WGV-New Victoria Point furn $475mo. Free onlyVP Realty 92190
Orange Pk near Argyle 5/3 lake view wrg yd. Arlington
n ouses Elnem brand new 4/2. Purch. opt. $1499m+dp. A in u n Commercial/
Upgre de alorel WD Must see! 904.827.0961 Southsiderial
Furnished U Argyle ORANGE PARK SHARE 505 Industrial
urnished $1 $1395m 236-9889 t. John/Monu- Intercoastal West LARGE 2-STORY HOME For Rent










THt3/2WIT 1H1P TO,$ 4
r 200 ORANGE PARK home ment-3/2, 1500sf, Westside WITH POOL, $400
A/ rpyisn-3/2e1300 3br/2ba, great o 2 c ar gara e, large UTIL,+DEP)
ED nea neEwly renov. $1200mo. backyar pets 612-6646, (NON-SMOKING) 2000sf
fenced Call 904,716-3719/ 6651 W/D included, 6 miles CALL 757 -3466 NO COUPLES, CABLE& Grade level warehouse.
kler & security system ORANGE PARK Cypress utes from everhlng. Call for details. 50,000
$1200 mo. Cal 772 948 Glenn New, never lived $1050 mo+ $100 dep RENTAL PECIAL S OP 3/2 pre. neat fem. cars per day. Easton,
available Sept. 30 'in 4/2, $1500mo. OBO 891.5843 www.ERADANJONES.com no drugs/alcohol fund Sanderson & Co.
Call 954.914-8924 10436 Jolynn Rd. $350m 652-4711 356-2228 Rea tor





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All Areas 1st 2 Mo. FREE
Call t Oe Hotline 388.1208 Flold
9A/BAYMEARIOWS -3/2,
brand new, TH corner p w
L rct preserve h, water
$1295mo. 859-5049
V- A Amelia
1 Island-3a/2.5
sys, sprinkler sys, 19 00
sf. Ti led throughout,
handicap accessible
$1200mo. 904-3321.4080'
3/2, LR, DR FAMILY ROpOM,
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Argyle Forest Rent to .
Own 4/2 l W/d fr idge
Strange 2 car ar, comm
pool & parkr,1543sf, T 9 -6 -
brick, 2270sf, all applis,
iniC FD. 2 car gar, lawn www.nor tocom
serve all for $1475m crdit ,
ck. 904- 7037196 Todd
e cARGYLE 8336 B
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5/3 f pooly home rouse
extras Exc, Clay
CoPntyShcools. @ n .' -
$1'90 mo $399K PCS
509-913/771-520.a
ArlIngto n-Ft Caroli ne
TH,3/2.5. 11704 Tana
ger Dr. $900+$1200dep. _.__32
ARLINGTON -3/2 scmn rm ea
on lake, $1500mo. $1000
dep, 813-9927
ANFOR RENT 3/2 U
1 Hardwood floors,. *
pool, $1100/mo deposit.
Contact Robert Meggs. *
904- 234-3652 ,
AVONDALE 3/1, CH&A, 0
hardwood firs, updated ki t/ U
bth w/d hookup detached 41 0 0 0
gar fncd yd, Quiet street. -
$1100 mo 904-389-899
Beaches-4/3, 2 story,
across st from ocean,
near JTB, nice ig yard,
$18.52000, ava o Imed, a .0
BEACH
NEW LUXURY TOWNHOME
1095 S. 7th St. $1620 Mo.
1-800-935-8347 Ext 107
CEDAR HILLS 3/1 $950
Lg Porch, 1200SF, Great Rm
1 Car Gar, Fenced, Large Yd.
VANSANDT RE 38- 3540


808456 9496 PCS
ICW Near MAYPORT &
BCHS Like New Brick
3/2, 2 car jar, fenc bk,
w/d hkup lg deck over
looking lake, NP/NS
$1200mo. 904e247N7118
, Intercoastal/ Beach *%a
2br. New a pliances,
Sw/d Incl., re pool
many other amen,
$950/mo. 728-0390 or
553-6110
JAX BEACH 2/1 DUPLEX
30' to bch access, ocean
view. 1095 & 1195mo
904-725-3359
JCP -2mstrbr/2.5ba, gar
w/d, 1400sf, gated, golf,
pool, all amenities
$1150m. 904-535,7993
Klngland, GA. 3br+loft
n'hood, very clean,
open fir plan, sec sys,
ch/a, large yd scrnd
pato, w/hottub. W/D
Inci, but no fridge.
No Pets. $900m
717-658-3351
MAND. 4/2.5, pool lake,.
fp, 2cgar, w/d hu, 2500sf,
10312 Sylvan Ln. $1950m.
Incl. pool svc. 448-0433
4 MANDARIN
4/2.5 + COMPUTER RM,
2-STORY 2500SF,
W/D ,2DR EF, DIIIG
SET, SOFA & CHAIR
1800MOM. CALL 292-1040 OR
338-1264


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SEAFOOD MARKET -For
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Westside. 704-9685
TIRE STORE OP- Fully
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resume 904-781-3860
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Busy season 600-800 wk
Taxi, Para-.Transit, Bchs
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DRIVERS
Professional class A
drivers. OTR tractor
trailer, good pay. Great
home time,. health Ins.
401K, paid vacation.
bonus pkg, & top
equipment almin a small
company atmosphere
but backed up with
large company benefits.
Call Randy 877-440-7890
www.PTSI- online.com
Ask about our new pay
package.
FUEL DRIVER
Local area, Class B with
Hazmat, good pay,
904-786-2834
TRANSPORT DRIVER-
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Minimum 4 yrs expert
ence Hauling Construc
tion Equipment Class A
License Required.
Benefits. Apply in per
son @ Jacksonville
Eighteen Construction
Inc. or call 904-810-1925
or ;904-260-6393 for
directions.


707 Driver
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
CDL CLASS A DRIVERS
Local hauling, Baldwin
min $150/ day +bnfts.
Permanent work.
Call 904-266-2030
710 n Industrial/
Trades
A/C INSTALLERS
Ex 'd, withgood ben-
efits & paldvacation.
Call 904.783 -6330
between 10am-2pm.
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
CONSTRUCTION
SURVEYOR- Party Chief
Minimum 4yrs experi-
ence Surveying with
Underground and site
work
Benefits. Apply in per-
son @ Jacksonville
Eighteen Construction.
Inc. or call 904-810-1925
or 904-260-6393 for
directions.
FIELD MECHANIC,
MOTOR GRADER
OPERATORS, PIPE
LAYERS & LABORERS
With 5yrs exp. TOP PAY
BENEFITS & 401K. EOE
Drug Free Workplace
Callaway Contracting
904-751-8944 Call
between 6:30a & 8:30a
GRADER, DOZER,
TRACKHOE,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. ProIect. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX. EOE
LAWN CARE
SUPERVISOR
for beach Pest Control
CO. DFWP, Good pay,
benefits. Call 241 78'74
LIGHT MAINTENANCE
FT/PT military exp. pre
ferred Ortega Church/
Day School call Nick
387-8754 x 235
PAINTERS
with commercial & resi
dental experience.
tools & transportation.
307-0110 DFWP
PLASTERERS &
LABORERS WANTED
Top wages for Qualified
individuals. Benefits
pkg avail 249-3049
REFRIGERATION
TECH
(EXPERIENCED)
Excellent pay/Working
conditions 237-6552

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OPERATOR NEEDED.
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ferred. 904-783-814
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joining together for the 1st time...
hiring event of the year


September 27,2006
3:00pm to 7:00pm
University of North Florida
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:
advertising in The Florida Times-Union
advertising In Eco Latino Magazine
virtual Job Expo on Jobs.Jacksonville.com
company logo in promotional material
skited table
lunch for 2
parking

FOP MOVE INFORMMATION or To W RSTOERTODAY CALL:
Roselyn Hellard 904.359.412 '


711 Marine
711 Trade

CERTIFIED WELDERS,
SHIP/PIPE FITTERS
PAINTERS AND HELPERS.
Coastal Marine of NE FL
Is accepting applica
tons. Call 904-284-1222.
SHIP REPAIR
Mayport Naval Station
Now accepting
applications for he
following:
MARINE ELECTRICIANS
ALUM WELDERS
*SHEETMETAL MECH
OUTSIDE MACHINISTS
Minimum 5 years
experience
MARITIME MECHANICAL
SERVICES
2444 MAYPORT ROAD
ATLANTIC BEACH
FLORIDA, FLORIDA
(904)241-0998

712 Mechanic
AUTOMOTIVE
TECHNICIAN
Full Time, Excellent
Benefits Package,
Minimum 4 years exp./
ASE Certified.
Fax resume to 777-7183
Nexcom Human
Resources
Bldg 554 NAS Jax EOE
GENERAL TRUCK
MECHANIC Exp'd, Clean
MVR pref'd. DFWP Apply
at 7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX.
or call 772-1313 EOE

715 Management/
7 5 Professional

Personal Financial
Education Specialist
Jacksonville/Mayport, 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
/06-118; Send resume to:
Zelders Enterprises, Inc.,
3421 Commission Ct, Ste
101, Woodbrldge, VA 22192.
Email/Fax resumes to
jobs@zelders.com or
800-286-2703 visit
www.zelders.com EOE
Produce Merchandiser:
Seeking creative, hands
on, self reliant and
organized produce
merchandiser with
strong verbal commu-
nication skills and 5+
years produce man-
agement experience.
Position requires over-
night travel and
Includes car, available
employee medical/
dental and 401k. Must
posses a valid driver's
Ic and clean driving
record. Send or e-mail
a letter of Introduction
with resume & salary
history to:
Produce Merchandiser
1106 Ingleslde Road
Norfolk, VA 23502
dllnder@mproducegroup.com

720 Medical
CMA FOR BUSY OB/GYN
PRACTICE
Seeking Medical Assis
teant with a positive
attitude to work with
our busy clinical team.
Our OB/GYN practice
has provided compare
hensive healthcare ser
vice to the women of
Jacksonville for more
than 2 decades. We are
currently advancing
our technology and
welcome you to come
share our vision of a
Daperless environment.
Great benefits, and
competitive salary. Fax
Resume to 262-5337
REGISTERED NURSE
Busy OB/GYN practice
seeking an RN/LPN
with a positive atti
tude and strong leader
ship skills to work
along with our clinical
team. We are cur
rently advancing our
technology andwel
come you to share our
vision of a paperless
environment. OB/GYN
experience a plus.
Strong computer skills
a plus. No nights or
weekends. Competitive
salary and benefits
package. Fax resume
904-398-8481

723 Dental

DENTAL ASST
EDA, FT, 3yrs exp.
Busy Esthetic ofc.
Detail Oriented.
Fax resume 731-5755
HYGIENIST P/T
Jax Beach 2-3 days/wk.
Fax resume 249- 7980
or Ph. 241-4237

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels

DANCERS, DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED-
CALL 757- 7370


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DANCERS DANCERS
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7th at the following loca-
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12719 Atlantic Blvd.
12485 San Jose Blvd.
1923 So. Lane Ave.
4434 Blanding Blvd.
10840 Harts Rd.
Come check out our
Smokin' Opportunitiesl
EOE DFWP

WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641.5033

Waitstaff, Cook
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399.1110

745 Sales

SALESPERSON
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40,000-$100,000
Plus Beneflitsi
FAX RESUME 783.9598
OR CALL TODAY 783.8385


750 Technical/
Engineering

SITE CIVIL ENGINEERS,
TRAFFIC ENGINEERS,
INSPECTORS, CADD
DESIGNERS /DRAFTERS
AND OFFICE CLERICAL.
Dunn & Assoc., Inc. has
launched Its new busl
ness! EXCELLENT
opportunities for quail
fled, highly motivated
professionals with
potential future part
nership options avail
able. Offering compete
tive benefits and
salaries.I. Fax resumes
to 269-3926 attn. Vince
Dunn.
SURVEY
INSTRUMENT
PERSON
RODMAN
for construction
layoutsurvey crew.
Apply at:
FLORIDA SURVEY
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106
DFWP/EOE


752 Warehouse
FORKLIFT OPERATOR
for Navy Exchange
Distribution Center.
Exp nec. Full Time, temp.
position, may lead to
permanent.
Fax resume to Nexcom
Human Resources,
904-777- 7183;
Bldg 554, NAS JAX EOE


753 Security

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.speclalresponse.com


755 Miscellaneous
Drivers
Guards
SMessengers
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
-Full Medical/Dental Pkg
SCompany Matching 401k
Tuition Reimbursement
SPaid Vacation
Time & half for 40+ hrs
- Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
*Successful Polygraph
examination
*Successful background
investigation
* Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.


SATURN OF

ORANGE PARK 43

Has the following positions
available in our Service Department


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


FULL TIME POSITIONS ONLY
WE ARE HIRING NOW!!!

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

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

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


755 Miscellaneous

Fingerprint Technician
Any CompanCan
Offer A Jou -
We Offer A Career!
Northrop Grumman has
an Immediate opportu
nity for a Part. Tme
Fingerprlnt Technician
In Jacksonville, FL. US
citizenship Is required
and you must pass a
drug screen, credit
check and security
clearance.
We offer competitive pay
and excellent benefits!
Fax resume to C. Torres
at 904-232-2625
EOE, M/F/D/V

LAWN WORKER NEEDED
Middelburg Area.
2 Months comm exp pre.
ferred. Call Larry Eves.,
1.866-529.1872




TPC Sawgrass in Ponte
VedraIs hiring F/T
Equipment Operators in
the Golf Course Main-
tenance Dept. Prior
experience is not
required. Must be at
least 18 yrs old. For
more info, call
273-3248. Hourly rate +
over time
medical/dental/life and
much more. DFW/EOE

PEST CONTROL CO
accepting applications in
all depts ror service
Reps. Will train good
pay, exc benefits. M-F
9-5, 389-3235



,Li Ucensed Child Care
SOrange Park, FLorida.
Sf Accredited CPR
jquuallfled Pre-School

904 278-8780

Working Or Need A Break
24hr Care. B/A school,
eve overnight, wkds.
Pool, playrooms game
sys call Debby 276-3125



BEST MASSAGE & FACIAL
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
Timber Run. 446.5504
9am-8pm Lic# FS6314




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








Merchandise
900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922Collectables and
Jewelry
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/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
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade


902 Appliances 905 Article
I E FormSale
4, DISHWASHER GFCLS Es
Kenre portable olfarts.2003
with butcher black $2500-$3450.Call
top. Almost new. $50. Call 912-510-0716 or
912-576-3019 912-674-3620
DRYER/ WASHER GOLF CLUBS
BIG CAPACITY EXC WORKING SACRIFICE SACRIF ETMEN'S
cond $200 both 396.8711 GOLF CLUBS. USED
GOOD CONDITION-
SFor Sale Kenmore OFFER. CALL 317-6618.
S heavy duty NO REASONABLE OFFER
I washer and elec- REFUSED
Sh tric dryer good
condition $220 obo. Call C. HOT WHEELS &
Charles 8605S995 c MATCHBOX
hie Collection, loose
WASHER/DRYER $200 $.50 carded, $1.00,
STOVE $125 old and new, outdoor
238-3391 / 221-8426 patio furniture,
269-4503
SWhirlpool electric
Strange $165. Two King size BR set,
4 .years old for more I 27" TV, Surround
details p.2hone sound sys, Micro-
472 1417 or 7776660 wave. Photosmart
anytime. printer, Ent. center.
assesess 904,662.6904
905 Articles Manany ny CD
F For Sale 1 In original boxes,
rtoomtei l exc cond, e-mail
s, (2)14" tires $2, 4) and we'll send you
$7 SnMicrowave, $20 He-ryPertlkewiczyaboocom
com uter
w/monitor $50, fishing Motorcycle
eqpt rods, reels, $10 acket-brand new
and up. Call 771.4674 and gloves for sell.
Call 631-1047
S, 10'X16' Storage
Shed-a/c, electric MOWERS SEVERAL
outlets, mandarin TYPES, $40-$600,
area $900 obo. You I TREADMILL, $100.
transport call 327-4389 LAWN AERATOR, $50.
CLARINET $100. ORGAN $50.
S Blue leather CAHFING DISH, $50.
serbar bro- 904-272-7352
ken. sofa $192-
Ethan Allen twin PCS move near Jax
woo eadbod headed 25, Arport 4/2 house
Mr. Coffee$10all available Sept. 7,
215-6866 8l 2006. Call
SCouch/Loveseat- 9041386&3724
green good condl- .
tlon $100; enter- PERSONAL MOTION
talnment center THEATER WITH
$75, buffet $50gril $25. TRAILER 2-SEATER,
GENERATOR, COMPUTER
S CPO Male Unl- EQUIPT, MANY EXTRAS,
Sforms-Like new OFFICIALLY REASSIGNED,
| SBD 46R bunked $36k. 674-3709
with dresser $200.
Call 434- 5122. REFRIGERATOR
a# crib, changing, table WHIRLPOOL, BISQUE
T Crib, canny Lin. tables COLOR. $300 WICKER
t jenny Lsnd ioahiy BAR AND WTOOL,
arc bderendipglwith BLACK METAL FRAME, $10.
mobile. Best offer EACH CALL 282-4244
Joann904772-7133 SOFA & LOVE SEAT
Deep freeze chest 50, T lay-z-boygood
Texas holdem poker \4 condItion, $600 for
table handmade $150. both, snapper
Please call 757-469-4167 riding mower $400 obo.
264-6652
DOGHOUSE IGLOO
SLarge never used, $40. STEAM VAC $35.14ft
4,1 Graco Car seat, $25, J pool w/extras, $100.
912.576-7377/227- 0866 Longaberger srice,
please call
Electric Patio Grill. 7577-469-4167
SLike new, $80. Dining II PO
k h room tableSwith China SWIMMING POOL
Cabinet $1500. |I NEW PUMP
Assorted children's toys, V accessories. Needs
$20.249-1666 new liner, 15ft.,
ELECTRIC PATIO GRILL $700. Call Pat 781.-4188
I 1 ,LIKE NEW, $80. DIN-
S ING ROOM TABLE, t. Thomas the Train
WITH CHINA CABINET, TI Set, plus train table,
$1500. ASSORTED CHIL- 7 j 9 good condition, 3
DREN TOYS, $20. 249-1666 complete sets several
trains must seel $400 obo.
Electric patio grill 904-971-7217
S like new $80
VI dining room table .& TOASTER OVEN
with china cabi- BLACK AND DECKER.
net $1500, assorted IL1 BAKE, BROIL, DEFROST,
children toys $20. SPACE FOR 9 INCH PIE.
249-1666 LOOKS, WORKS GREAT. $25.
SENCLYCLOPEDIA 268-2482
WORLD BOOK. 0 Toddler tricycle,
ALSO CHILDCRAFT basketball st, an
EDUCATIONAL I *bnoas arc nurses ry
EDITION AND SERIES OF wall art Call Joann
CLASSICS. ONLY $350 w90- at.Calbof.a
FIRM. CALL 264-1506/ 907727133 best offer.
CASH ONLY Two dagger one
S Encyclopedia i person kayaks with
world book, also \Jipaddles. $600 each.
childcraft edu- Exc condition call
national edition after 5:30pm 882. 3191
and series of classics.
Only $350, firm! Call .1 VIDEO STORAGE
264-1506 / CABINET. HOLDS 600
E IIEI CD'S 230DvD'S OR 110
4 EXERCISE BIKE VHS. WOODGRAIN
S LIKE NEW, LARGE SEAT LOCKABLE DOORS. LIKE
WITH BACK SUPPORT NEWt $60.268-2482.
TRACKS TIME, SPEED, LOCKABLE DOORS. UKE
CALORIES, DISTANCE. NEW. $60.268-2482
CALL 278-9996. $100
,, h. ank-10 a]- ], sWedding Dress
,, Fish Tank-l0 gal- I size 14 never worn
S Ions $10; Ency- $950 new, will sell
t clopedla Britan- for $500 obo. Call
L nica complete set 552-0365
1985 collectible! $15 Exc
cond call 645-0630
S, FOR SALE. 8000 WET/DRY VAC.
S BTU AC $70, ceil- CRAFTSMAN, 16 GAL-
SIng fan with light \l/ LON,535HP, ON
S $10, male blue WHEELS, LONG HOSE.
suit $25, brass bed full LOOKS AND WORKS GREAT
$100. Call 912-496-4885 $45. 468-2482


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BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kings from $599
(904) 674-0405
BED $395Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed w/
matt. & box. Retail $950.
858.9350 Can deliver
SBED FRAME $20, M505
PALM, $20 STEP REE-
BOK, $45 BOYDS BEARS
WALLHANGING $25 CO
ROCKS 20/PR 608-2285
SBedroom Sui- Only
two (2) years old. Full
bed, box spring, mat-
tress, night stand,
chest, and dresser/mirror.
$200 obo 268-8656
Bedroom
SSuit-Double bed
4,0 with mattress,
chest, dresser, and
nightstand. $500 Call
552-0365

Black natuzzi
leather couch and
i | loveseat excellent
condition $500.
Call Dave 757-395-7026
BREAKFAST NOOK
Beautiful german,
like new with two
chairs and bench.
$150 obo. call
904-269-6521
BR SUITE -Beautiful twin
sleigh br suite, lyr old,
Cherry wood, pillowtop
mattresses. Nova
therapeutic mattress
toppers, 600 ct bed
sheets, matter pad, com
forters, shams, bed
skirts and pillows, 8
drawer tower dresser,
night stands, cost $1800,
sell $750 Call 641-5029
4 BUNK BEDS
with ladder and mat-
L tress about 2 years
old, $150 or best offer.
Call NIl at 912-322-2021


Coffee- and end
tables rustic wood
l and metal. $75 obo
for set. Call Sonja at
901 292-0052
CURIO STAND
BIk metal frame w/
tI four glass shelves
$50.00 leave msg
912 510-7104
DIN. TBL-oak w/6 chrs &
buffet, 2 oak this only,
Ent. Ctr, Armoire,
Breakfast tbi & chairs,
couch, loveseats, Office
desks, Newly married,
must sell. 904616-1000
SDolphin shape
table; two end
tables one couch
table $400 Call Barb
778-9167


w/4 glass shelves
$5O. Call 510. 7104

Entertainment Cntr
Broyhill, Oak finish w/
matching coffee & end
this. $200. 242-9252 will
email pictures.
SFor sale Graco 3 In
1 baby crib, with
/ mattress, chang-
Ing tabie, and
dresser. Uke new $200
obo call 673 8630
4, Full size mattress
and box springs.
bassett from BJ's.
Guest room use.
Excellent condition
$150 O.P. Call 276 0426
Furniture-White
baby changing
ktt table/dresser
$100, pink toddler
bear bed $50. excellent
condition. Call 729-3390
German Wallunit
( Shrank) Pur-
Schased In Ger-
many great con-
dtlon. Authentic
Soakwood cabinet
carvings and bar. Must
see $1500 Vickid


920 Business/
Office

Work Station Quad
4 7' x 7.5' Cubicles
Only $2000 for all 4
Gator Office Furniture
(904)724-6400

Q92 Collectables
J & Jewelry

Engagement ring
S 1/4 carat, wed-
a ding ring, ruby
and diamond ring,
20" gold chain. All for
$400 obo. 912-729-7643
A Engagement-RIng-
Solitaire 1.11 CTW
.4 I.1 clarity 14K gold.
Paid $3500 sell
$2500 have original
receipt. 904-220-7886
4 White Storage
Furniture- White
41 Coffee Stand; 1/4
Scarat size 7 soli-
taire ring, exc cond,
moving must sell AlP
call 491-7996

928 Electronics
SJVC 32" SDTV MODEL
AV 32F7, UKE NEW
S WORKS GREAT $100.
CONTACT KYLE
843-367-8928

g940 ACileat/
Fuel

1.5 HVAC w/handler.
$300- LS ton central
Jb A/C. $150. Trailer fur-
nace, $250 Fireplace,
$250. All OBO. 92-82-882-3507

945 Garage
Sales
4 Garage Sale Sat-
urday 8-12,12575
S Deeder Lane.
Everything must
go!
Westslde Sat. 9.3. 1323
Stimson St. adult & kids
clothes, hsehid, toys, etc
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

950 Garden/
Lawn

SCUBCADET RIDER
MOWER 2004
S LESS THAN 50 HRS,
RUN TIME 18.SHP. 42"
DECK, AUTO TRANS, CRUISE,
$1150 OBO. 771-2829
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand
CHEAP! 904-497-9666

955 Household
Furniture

5 piece sleigh
bedroom set with 2
1 night stands and
lamps. Queen
brand new pillow top
mattress purchased
from "Rooms 2 Go"
$1200 obo. Call
262 880-9821
SAntique Victorian
Couch. in perfect
condition dark
mahogany light
natural cloth asking
$175 call 887-9042 Iv
msg.
4, ARMOIRE
SOLID CHERRY
COMPUTER ARMOIRE.
PERFECT SHAPE $600.
NEW $250. Call 625-0013
4, Baby changing
table $30 Bent
K wood rocking chair
$25. Call 992- 6877
Q, Baker's Rack
I Antique metal, 3
B1 shelves, 1 glass, exc.
cond, $50. LV MSG.
912-510-7104
Baker's Rack display
stand, antiqued metal
w/ 3 metal and 1 glass
shelf $50. Call 510n7104
BDRM SET 6pc incl. Qn
matt set, new In box
$499. Can del. 391-0015
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Shme Price
King $160 (904) 674-0405
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904)674-0405

BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-9350
BED $135 ON PT box &
mattress, brand name
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $299 Brand name Kg
pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391-0015
BED $354 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic, 7yr
warr 398-5200 can de iv


990 Wanted To
Buy Or Trade

WANTED- 15X6
Chrome or alu-
minum rims for
Nissan Altima, 4
9uJ. Call Jim
9705-1373





Pets and
Animals
1005 Livestock &
Supplies
1010 Pets and Supplies


loos Livestock
& Supplies
Large dog travel
kennel $40 good
I, condition. Call
525-2868
Horse & Kennel Warehouse y
096E. 18th Street 354-7634
www.horseandkennel.com


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955 Household
9 Furniture
A Large Panasonic


each, 17" computer
monitor $40, metal
desktop $20. Must Sell
904-264.9028/309-3298
LA-Z-BOY ROCKER
Sreclners. two med.
S blue. Excellent con-
dilon. Both for $80.
Call 772-1916
4 Living Room
SSuit-sofa, match-
Ing chair & otto-
man, end tables,
coffee table, lamps
large painting (south-
west). $650 obo
268-8656
Loveseat and Sofa
S $200, Mahogany
k tablew/4ciairs
S$250, Large Orien-
tal Rug $100. Call
7212939 will negotiate.
SPalm Casual 60"
table 6 chairs
tm gilder chair, two
end tables.
reclining chair, otto-
man chaise lounge.
$550 276-0426
A, Queen Size Bdrm
S et- Head board,
foot board,
dresser, mirror,
night stand, oak. Ask-
ing $750 AIP call
491-7996
RECLINING SOFA/ LV '
SEAT-grey, blue/red,
O.P. $500 545-9804
c SLEEPER SOFA
BLUE QUEEN SLEEPER
SOFA, LOVESEAT/AND
RECLINER, $400. DIN-
ING ROOM TBLE, 6 CHAIRS,
CHINA CABINET, $300.
CALL 282-4244
SOFA AND LOVESEAT,
$400/SET 00o, INFO
ALL 337-255-4451 OR
EMAIL
cajuntunmers@laoLcom
pics avail upon request
4 SOFA-It blue with
S floral pattern,
good condition
must sell $85. Call
387-5615
SOFA, Oblonged DR Tbie,
6chrs. 2 extra leaves
1 round oak kit. tbi w/4
padded chrs, chandelier,
desk, singer sewing
mach. port. w/cov. case,
2 hanging lamps.
904-777-2908
SHOULD OAK DINING
ROOM HIDE-A-LEAF
TABLE, WITH 2 CAP- -
TAINS AND 4 SIDE
CHAIRS. MINOR SCRATCHES
$400 OBO. 542-8698
SOLID WOOD DINING
TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS
CALL 246-2803

96o Machinery
9 V & Tools o

u, Craftsmen Tools
For Sale.Plain
band saw, radial
arm saw, chop
saw, sander. Call Greg
904- 558- 8741 or week-
ends 904-751-6776

965 Medical
MEDICAL SCOOTER
RALLY
L RED MAX CAP. 250LBS,
EXC. COND. ASKING
$850 NEG. CALL 716-7197
Musical
970 Merchandise/
Services
BLUESTONE-Seeking
exp'd base player for
Jazz, Blues, Funk & R&B.
Must read. 904-389-3596
Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New Spc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527
9- Fender Jazz Bass
with case and 85w
4f I Jcrate amp, exc
cond, $500.729.7643
A G4-12 Custom
L t Straight Guitar
Cab. Two celestion
G12H-30, two
celestion V-30. Solid
birch wood construc-
tion. 8 ohm stereo.
Brand new $450 firm.
Call 904-710-6184
KEYBOARDS
,I One roland Fanthom
L. XA and V-Synth 61
Keys, In perfect con-
dition, both for $2200.
Call 407-756-3866
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
ROCKER RECULINERS
S2 BERKLINE BLACK
b LEATHER excel-
lent and good
condition, $350, Sauder
computer desk with
chair. $S0.
912-729-2090
4 STROUD PLAYER
SPIANO Ivory Keys,
upright, model,
great for begin-
ning, student or for
entertainment. $500
247-6625
980 Sporting
Goods

S Bowflex
STrainer- Like new!
S $500 obo. 292-4094
SBowflex XTL-
Excellent Condi-
S tion $800 obo.
742-7851
SCustom Surf-
boards- 6'3" Seven
t Seas $200; 6'2"
Illusions $175. A
Steal! Call Lynett
525-2868
HOME EXERCISE
MACHINE. 25 DIFFER-
S ENT WEIGHT EXER-
CSE COST $2200.
NEW, $500 0o0o. 343-2494,
LEAVE MESSAGE
HUNT CLUB in Hamilton
Co, 640ac. Deer, Hog &
Turkey 386-755- 852
A JET SKIS (2)
WITH TRAILER. CALL
kt _904-264-7142 OR
264-4764. $45000B0.
4, Left handed golf
set-tour series
tj woods 1-3-5 irons
Three thru pw
$145. Mint condition
call Walt 778-9167
N.E. FLORIDA HUNTING
CLUB, 3300 acres of
prime deer, hog, and
turkey hunting.$ 1200.00
a year. still hunting
only. call Bruce 18
904-226-2639.
A Nordic
Track-C1900
treadmill, brand
new condition
$600 Call 904.291-9225
A, PULLEY
UNIVERSAL TYPE
PULLEY, STACKED
WEIGHT SET, WElDER
MODEL, WESY 19511
BARELY USED. WEIGHTS
INCLUDED, $50.
912-729-7552
iolana home gym $750.
Gym quality exercs bike
$500. Weight bench,
curl bar, 2001b weights
$150.904-631-2442
A WELDER PRO 4100
HOME WEIGHT SYS-
OBO. CALL MARK
904-537-0034 MUST SELL

985 Trailers
ENCLOSED HALLMARK
TRAILER '01, Like new.
8.5x20, $4900obo.
719- 659-7699 or
904-225-3150


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"77? Su' ie & 1230 RV's &
1010 es 1230 Supplies

BULLDO' ATVs. All Sizes. EZ Financing,
Cocker, Cho oxles, Low PaymentsGreat Prices
Foxypoo, s5lite (904) 714-9939
www.petwor Sts.COm

Pet World 2-4646 1300 Motorcycles
AMERICAN pI-BULLS
blue, APBR $g0-$800. A CUSTOM CHOPPER
cell 465.438871-5861 2004,113C, ENGINE
AUSTRALIAN SlPIHERD / 6-SPEED.,'RANS
USTAluN rle&HR BLK/PRPL CUSTOM
upks, blue e re & GRAPHICS/ PAINT, LOTS OF
POP. $250. 904379-1286 CHROME- $16k FIRM,
or 904.860-577 9 904-629-0953
custom streached
BEAGLE PUPS AC 1Owks Chopper 2005, S&S
Ch. bloodlines 5250ea. 1 carburetor, paint,
259 5342/904. 64 8027 much more.
BOXER PUPS ACA re. garage kept 11K miles.
3Female 1MAle HC Call for plcs
SPOP, 964- 824 407e6 912- 57& 3437
BOXERS AKC Iurebred E Arlington MLS#
:Reg, Chmpn Bdln, Tails .L 307600/2 2.094 sf,
docked, deWclaws gated community,
removed. t700(F) remodeled kitchen
$600(M) C all rster bdrm bath, tile/
904.225-8238/583-9325 ardwncesd. stn t900
DACHSHUND PUP AKC, 1S orders 997-6161/
small mini M, mini's $300 542-2119 x149.
cash 449-4267 HARLEY DAVIDSON
GREAT DANES AKC PUPS 98' HERITAGESOFTAINCLUDE
Black/ blue S/W $500 ALLORIGINALPARTS
904-259 -8304/ 254-2607 PLUS ADD ONS AND
4 KITTENS 8 WEEK OLD UPGRADES $12500. CALL
FREE TO GOOD HOME. 378-1568
41 CALL 904-316-45885 1 Harle Davldson
LEAVE MESSAGE FlatElectra Glide
LAB PUPPIES AKC, White \ '02-8k miles,
& Chocolate, $300. black, one owner,
ickr.oM/pots/pnpples garage kept, plenty
fll n croe man acces-
372244 series. $1,250
LAB -pups, AKC, choc/ 904-727-9283
S o s /w $275 HD NIGHT TRAIN '03-B1k,
912-422-7540 3500mi, BUB pipes, cust.
LAB PUPS AKC Yellow cvr. kept all orig. parts.
Quality English lines. $15K. 904-838-4940
$500-$60 284-6606 HD-ROADKING., 05,
LABRADOODLES 11wks, custom color, eagle
iF/blonde, IM/black, heads w/banners.
CKC, $500. 352- 472- 5489 Sharp 3468mi, $15,500.
305.6977 or 928-9922
First generation. 10wks. HD SPORTSTER 03'
rBIk. $500. 904a246 4840 94 XLH 883, CST WHLS,
H, LOTS OF EXTRAS, 300
MINI DACHSHUNDS N CHR PKG, 3800MI, EXC.
3M. 1F,$450. COND OAR. $6800.
Call 874-7915 568-9653/ 642-072S
,, PARAKEETS-2 HONDA DIRT 2006,
S FREE, YELLOW, BLUE, BIKE 230CC
86R INCLUDES LARGE $ 3I' 4-STROKE, PERFECT
CAGE, GOOD HOME CONDITION, RED, LESS,
NEEDED. CALL 269-7318 20 HOURS, RIDE TIME, KYLE,
POMERANIAN PUP 338-7485 OBO.
Female 12 wks, APR, a Honda Rebel 250
HC, POP. 904-783-3328 1 O4Great starter
S bike, under 1,600
POODLE -AKC standard miles. $2000 obo
cream, male, 10 weeks 904-563-7750
$500. 262-6521 1wk only HONDA SHADOW
PUG -pup Male SPIRIT 200S. BLACK,
8 wks old, 74SCC, V-TWIN
$550. 904-992-7497 ENGINE, 2800MILES,
SADDLEBAGS INCLUDED,
PUPPIES $4999080. CONTACT KYLE
Small breeds. $300 & up. 843-367-8928
Call 904.993.9542
Suzuki RMZ 250
RED BONE -UKC chmp '04-Exccond, low
bldln.12wkss/w, $300 hours on factory
861-7368 21 a rebuilt engine.
ROTTWEILER PUPS $ 3600 obo 912.729.7932
AKC, HC, crate trained, TRIUMPH 750'73
$400 352-546.3903 Fresh rebuilt motor,
SHIHTZU in AKC Re New exhaust $1500 firm.
SHH.TZUAKC cRe.e l Call 407-221.3453
6F SM, all colors. fvai C
9/30 Call Diana 291-7745 l, VISION CRUISER 2005.
Welmaraner 9mo old all 250 ALARM FLOORET,
shots spayed trained BOARDS, BACK REST,
microchip w/ crate LOADEDWITH
$400. 321-698-8572 CHROME, NEVER TITLED, 40
$400. 321-698-8572 MILES, 387-5672/ $3k
YORKIE/CHIHUAHUA MIX Y Yamaha 650
male, 9wks, S/W, $400 '0-imporcus-
cute tiny9O4-786-3335 tom cruiser, won
YORKIE -M pup AKC, five trophies 2,00
teacup, home raised, miles garage kept
904-449-4267 chromed $7000 obo.
Call 910 0350/631.4776
3). YAMAHA VIRAGO 1100
1991" MINT COND.
AFTDEALER SERVICED. 10K
MILES, NEW TIRE
SADDLE BAGS, X.-TRAS.
$3800. 378-9877

Transportation 1310 Auto Parrts
3200 Aviation 3 INCH BODY LIFT FOR
1205 Boats i199S TO 1995 TO 1999 TOYOTA
121OSailboats $4l TACOMA INCLUDES
1215 Boat Dockage & BUMPER KIT. NEVER
Rentals OPENED. $135. 342-8698
1220 Marine Equipment APE cold air Intake
and Supplies for Dodge Ram
230 RV's and Supplies 2l 1500, 5.7 liter,
1235 RV Rentals Includes filter
1300 Motorcycles/Mini $150. Call904.291-9225
Bikes a Tires and Rims
1305 Auto Brokers original off Ford
1310 Auto Parts t tF.150. P275/60R17
1315 Auto Rent/Lease withI 1OK mIles $200
allfour. Call Brenda
1320 Antiques/Classics 6144148
L32SAutomobiles 2 9a m
133552000 or Less
1340Trucks/Trailers/ 1325 Automotive
SUV's
1345 Vans/Buses ACURA 2005 TL,.
1350 Misc. Auto I BURGUNDY, FULLY
13M5 Autos/Trucks mJCLOADED, WITH TV/DVD
Wanted r PLAYER, FACTORY/
AFTER MARKET RIMS, CALL
NONE' 904-386-3724
1205 Boats 97 ACURA7TL'04
Turbo Pride Spoiler.Only 15,000
electric wheel- Miles $25,995 998-0012
chair/scooter. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Used less than 10
,hours. Paid $3400 sac- d' ACURA TL '04
rifice $2400. I Fully equipped
904-215-5889 $24,995. 998-0012
14' GHEENOE STYLE SKIFF LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
w/trlr. 9.9hp merc '05
w/warr. 2 401b minn f1 AUDI A4 QUATTRO
kota trolling mtrs 2005,sFully equip
w/batt & warr, rigged $ I
for fish'g $1900OBO $27,990 998-0012
904 424 m5470 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 17'2" 2004, SEA FOX AUDI S4 '04
90HP, MERC BIMIHI Stk1776B $37,688
TOP POLLING PLAT- TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORM FISH & DEPTH
FINDER RADIO GALV R BUICK ACROSS 06
STRAILER $14K. 242-8293 ow Extra low miles.
CRAFTH LEX$ $17,990
0ontmercrulser 998-0012
3.Otr., 13 HP,40 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
hrs. only war-
ranty iGPSgarmin CADILLAC ELDORADO
galvanized trailer' ETC '95, 77K ml, good
Much more $11K call cond, $5800 obo 219-9382
705-4616 leave mes- CADILLAC CTS '03
sage. Stk7010B $19,988
19' Monterey Bowrider TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
'97. Must go! Good
cond needs some TLC. CHEVMONTE CARLO SS
Make reasonable offer. 03 PS, CC, LEATHER PL,
904-821-1309 PW $16,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
., 19ft. Fish and ski 05' 904-272-2200
140hp, Suzuki trailer,
k| GPS, Dephh adn fish CHEVY AVEO LT '05
finder, $14, 560. Stk#G293 $12,488
* Call 912-727-6347/ TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

19' SKIFF-'02, 75hp 4 CnVy2khie'.04
Stroke Honda, $11,500. Only 23knis.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4) 1989 Carver 3207
/ AFT cabin 32ft, Chevy Cavalier
I jitwin engines, / '92-2dr, 5spd, cold
sleeps six, full '1i|r ac. Original very
galley, two heads. good condition.
904.215-5889 $2800 226.8055/786.8051
21' CHRIS CRAFT CC A, CHEVY CAMARO SS
175John Ocean Pro '03 .I |2000 $69500 mIles, red
Out riggers dwn riggers. L/' LSI V8, auto, t-tops.
trim tabs, Tull electronics leather loaded, power
ust. top & many extras, everything runs strong very
$17K. 90 838a4940 fast. 904-434-1385
.Q HYDRA SPORT 93' .V, Chevy Camaro
T CENTER CONSOLE, .1 IROC-Z '86-T-tOps
l I' 17.SFT. 150HP, t | rebuilt, V8, new
EVINRUDE, COAST paint, tires, flow-
GUARD EQUIPT, GALVA- master, pwpdl, $6000
NIZED, TRAILER, VHF RADIO, obo. 693.8839/716-0857
DAN. 2321-5912/$6600 ,V Chevy Corvette
,.9, KAWASAKI98' / 81- Red, one
/ Xl SPORTWATER U .Iowner, 95K miles.
\|> CRAFTHULL -$15,000 Call
exc. condition, runs 317.1525 or 778. 0605

904-673-2504 L 95-Convertible,

Sales, Service & Parts top, automatic, ZR. 1
Advance Marine 730. 3332 wheels, $15,000.
Authorized Nissan Service 868.4222 after 5pm or
weekends.
Boats, Motors, & Trailers ,, ,Chevy Corvette
Any Condition! / '81.red/red, 95K
"The Used Parts People" I miles, $15,000 one
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440 "3 owner. Call Bill
____________________317.1525 or 778- 0605


lax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 7, 2006


1230 RV's& r g CHEVY CORVETTE
1230 Supplies '05. 6 speed
Beautiful. $41,980
1984 24ft. 5th \ LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Wheel RV- ac, 998-0012
microwave,
refrigerator, small CHEVY IMPALA '00
repairs needed. $4000 Stk#BUCF836A $6,988
904-505.7160 or TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
881-542-8811
CHEVY IMPALA -'01,
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL light gold, 4dr, Onstar,
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS $4500. 904-541-0009
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts CHEVY MALIBU '01
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales Stk#G167 $8,588
Alachua (386) 462.3039 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
1- 800.541- 6439 CHRYSLER PT CRUSIER '03
Dreams By Design '02, Stk#G294 $10,588
36' TT, slide-2 AC's. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
rear qn bed Ig shower,
new awning, ceiling y CHRYSLER SEBRING
fans, w/d, bar, s ) '04 LTD. Only
Upgraded cabinets 20,000 Mi. $16,890
SUST SEEI As king LEXUOF JACKSOVILLE
$16,500. 9047431608 LEXS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 DUTCHMAN CLASSIC
31' 2004 pull behind RV CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE '04
split floor plan with- Stk#G229 $21,988
cntr slldeout sleeps 8. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
$18k obo, 912-882-7095
S DODGE 2001
1500, 318 AUTOMATIC
44,RHINO UNER
DIAMOND TOOL BOX,
NEW TIRES TOW PACKAGE,
94k, $8500.242-8293
) DODGE D-50 WITH
CAB, 150 K MILES,
SAVEuF $600. CALL 292-1040
SV O SRP OR 338-1264
DODGE NEON '04, Lded,
sunroof maroon, 6CD
chngr, Immac. cond.
$9996. 904 642-4232
FERRARI 348TS '91,
white/tan, $45,900.
904-541-0069
S5 HOLIDAY RAMBLER 33' QJ FORD FOCUS ZX3 '02
Motor Home. Buy It Whole- Stk#G020 $8,988
sale. (904) 714 9939 TOM BUSH AUTO- X 771.-177


1325 Automotive
FORD MUSTANG GT
S'05. Only 2600
Miles. $25,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4_ Ford Mustang
S '02-V6, pony
package, red
nothing wrong
getting new car. Call
912.576-2759 or
912-573-4009 $10,000.
FORD MUSTANG GT '05
PS, PM, PW, PL LEATHER
$23,450
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD MUSTANG CNV '96
Stk#BUC1396B $6,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG '04
PLPMCCAUTO $12,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD MUSTANG '87
Coupe, 5.0, AOD, orange
trick flow upper & lower
Intake, 241b Injectors,
70mm throttle body,
75mm mass air,
373 gears, gauge pod &
tack w/blue shift light.
$2000ob. Must sell fast.
904,400.0537

FORD MUSTANG GT '04
5tk#1570A $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SE '04
champ AT alloys whls,
CD, servcomp16950
CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY LIMITED
Pearl w/gray ithr alloy
whis tow pkg DVD,
quad capt's chairs,
fresh trade in.
Suncoast RV Towable
Super Center at 9012
Beach Blvd or call
642.1600
FORD TAURUS SE '03
Stk#G034 $8,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
H HONDA ACCORD
EX COUPE EX '03
wht/tan, beautiful
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TO Honda Accord EX
S'99-2dr, AT. 3.01tr
k|>Vtec, 85K miles, 1
lo owner, leather,
loaded, white extra
.clean. 542-1040 or
269.1478
HONDA ACCORD EX '03
Stk#106B $17,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
,) Honda Accord EX
S 97-89K miles lots
lof modifications
extra parts, needs
paint. $3800 obo or
trade. 904.662.9021

HONDA ACCORD EX '99
5spd, 4dr, sunrf CD plyr,
$6395. 904.363.3791
HONDA ACCORD LX '93
4dr, Immac. cond. $4000.
Must see! 904.334,4888
L/7 HONDA ACCORD
EX '05. Leather,
sunroof, CD, fully
equipped. Extra low
miles. $21,595
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4) Honda Accord
'042dr, pw. pl, ps.
T abs, 4cyUl must sell
23K. miles. Blue
book value $19,115.
$17K. obo. Call Mike
904-778-9013
HONDA CIVIC EX '05
Stk#9164A $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC '05
Special Edition. 2dr, auto,
low miles. $299per mo
WAC. Call 899-5853
HONDA CIVIC '04
CC, AUTO AC, CC $13,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
Honda CRX
'88-$2500 obo. Call
S for Info 292.4094
E Honda CRX
Se88 -Good shape,
124K miles $2700
coy obo. Call 742-7851
for info.,
HYUNDAI XG350 '04
Stk#G250 $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
q INFINITI FX45 '03
SFully equip $27,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( INFINITI G35 Coupe
'04 Pearl white/
tan, beautiful, like
new $28,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JAGUAR SType '03
P 4.2. fully equipped.
$22,640. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JAGUAR XTYPE 3.0 '04
Stk#G232 $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
T Jeep Liberty Ren-
S egade '03-60K
Smiles, all power,
loaded, tow package.
$15,500 obo. Must Selli
904-993.2629
KIA AMANTI '05
Stk#G234 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
/7y KIA OPTIMA'04
S Only 15,000 miles,
fully equip. $12,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
KIA OPTIMA EX '04
PL PW, AUTO CC,
REMOTE $10,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
LINCOLN TOWNCAR '01
Stk#G302 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SMAZDA MPV 91'
157 K MILES, CLEAN
S INTERIOR, 2 NEW
FRONT 71 RES COLD
A/C, $1900 CALL 292-1040
OR 338-1264
SMAZDA RX8 '04
t Extra low miles,
beautiful. $19,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Mercedes 600 SL '97 blck
conv both tops, V-12
$17,9bO0 904-541-0009
MERCEDES SLK230 -'99.
loaded, sliver, 65k ml. 1
owner, $17k. 246-8267
MERCEDES E320 '00
Stk#1867A $14,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4) Mercury Grand
Marquis '87.2D,
I | auto, cold ac, cd
player, 69K miles
2nd owner. $2,495


1325 Automotive
), MUSTANG 2002 3.8LT,
SV, fully loaded, exc.
S cond. 67Kmlles, $7900
or trade, mini van,
912-882-1052







Styxx would like to
I nvite all friends
and customers to
stop by or call
him-

[Bring in this ad for
extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!
Want to be treated
like family, come to
NIMNICHT
I CHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE
891-8672
387-4041
210-3004







NISSAN 350Z Cony.
'04 Touring. Only
17,000 miles, like
new. $30,680 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

f NISSAN 350Z
Convertible'05
SFullyequip $33,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

NISSAN 350Z '03
6SP CC AC, PL PW
REMOTE $22,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200

NISSAN ALTIMA SE '02
V6, loaded. $9995
Call 699-5853

SNISSAN MAXIMA
'04 3.5 Fully Equip
$19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


1325 Automotive
NISSAN MAXIMA '00
Leather, pilpw, auto
GORDO CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4 NIssan Pathfinder
S9 5-140K miles,
fully loaded $3500.
Call Brenda
614.4148
NISSAN SENTRA 94'
4DR SEDAN, AUTO,
SI LOOKS AND RUNS
GREAT, RELIABLE
TRANSPORTATION WITH
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, $1700.
249-1666
4, NIssan Sentra 94'
4 dr sedan, auto-
Smatic, looks and runs
great, reliable trans-
portation with great gas
mileage, $1700. 249-1666
) Ogdsmobile Cut-
lass Supreme SL
'97- transmission
needs rebuilding
$1000 obo. Good run-
ning car. Call
904 781.2760 or
904 568-8163
PONTIAC SOLTICE
'05. 2000 miles.
Only $28,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
7 PONTIAC G6 '06
Fully equip $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PONTIAC VIBE '03
Si.n'6776$l1l.988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SCION T/C -'06, loaded,
5sp, moonroof $18,900
obo. Call 744-2600
L SCION XB '05
Stk#A1902A $14,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Q SUBARU OUTBACK
'03. Leather, CD,
SR, fullly equip.
Only 34K miles. $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA COROLLA 2004
Low miles. $199 per mo
WAC. Call 899.-5853
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '02
Automatic. $9995
Call 899.5853
Ly TOYOTA CELICA
GT '03 Only 40k ml
like new. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA MATRIX XR '04
Auto, alloys. $11,995
Call 899-5853
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
GLS '01. Auto, sunroof.
$9995. Call 899.-5853
VOLVO V70 '03
Stk#64638 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
7N VOLVO XC90 '04
%y Fully equipped
$29,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VW JETTA '03, GLS, good
cond, 36k ml. under
wrrty, snrf, AT, prem
sound sys Great for
Student $12K 361.8374.
7 VW PASSAT'06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $20,840


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/

CHEV TAHOE '05
PLPW, CC, PS, PM
REMOTE $22,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV UPLANDER LT '06
PS, PM, PL 5K $19,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY BALZER 4DR '03
Stk#1854C $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY COLORADO '04
Low miles, 4x4. $199 per
mo. WAC. Call 899 5853
/ CHEVY SUBURBAN
F- '01. DVD, Wht
Fully Equip. $14,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
, CHEVY TAHOE '03
SChamp/tan xtra
low miles. $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PACIFICA '04
Stk#G154 $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE DURANGO
S'05. Only 14,000
Miles. $18,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
D) DODGE DURANGO
SPORTS UTILITY 98
Sf good condition,
burgundy, 100K must
sell, fully loaded with cruise
control, $7K obo.
912-467-6156
DODGE DURANGO 2WD
'00 AUTO, CC, AC, PS, PL
PW $5988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
DODGE RAM QUAD CAB '03
Stk#4661A $18,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
f7' FORD EXPEDITION
%o '03 Eddie Bauer,
4x4,blk/tan $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPEDITION
SEDDIE BAUER 03' DVD,
LI LEATHER, FULLY
LOADED, $1900 OBO.
703-9337
7 FORD EXPLORER
SPORT TRACK '03
Like new. $18,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
y FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '05S
SFully Eqpt $22,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4 Ford F-150 '02-
Silver loaded, new
I|> tires, new
"- engine-certified.
tint windows, ac. Must
sell maker offer.
9045 04 2935
a. FORD F. 150 XLT
97. Supercab,
kt 2WD, red, tow
S pckg, exc cond
$9450 obo. Can ermaill
pictures.
904,77F6909/645-61185oo


Trucks/
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

Ford F 150 XLT
S'01 -Ext cab, exc
< condition, green,
tool box, steps.
Asking $9000 call
843.412- 1116 or
877-767-2783
FORD F-150 '04
Stk#G237 $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4) Ford F-150
'97-5spd, 6 cyl,
126K miles, exc
cond, $5800. Call
703-9551
4 FORD RANGER 92'
STOPPER WITH CRANK
L OUT WINDOWS, V6,5
SPD, BED, MATS SER-
VICED. NICE TRUCK, $1775.
268-2482
Ford Ranger
/ *90 -2WD,1cyl,
< 5spd, 115K miles.
Runs great cold
ac. New tires, belts, &
hoses $1800 obo
912-322-2497.
wvgrbc@tds.net
FORD RANGER 1992.
SV6,5 SPD. TOPPER, N
ICE TRUCK, SEE AT
LJAX, NAS USED CAR
LOT, $1775. 268-2482
FORD RANGER XCAB '04
Stk#F816B $13,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD SPORT TRACK
'05. Fully equip
$20,480 998-0012,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFor sale car hauler
dual axle all
y metal lights
spare Chevy pat-
tern wheels. $82S obo.
Call Charles 860-5995
GMC ENVOY 4WD '03
PL, PW CC REMOTE
$15,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
GMC YUKON LT
4.J' 04. Only 30,000
miles, like new.
$25,340. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
GMC Yukon Denall
S| XL '03-Full pack-
age includes DVD
entertainment
system, 95K miles ask-
ing $20,800. Call
904 714-0914
GMC YUKON XL SLT '01
Stk#4541A $14,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ELEMENT 'EX '03
Stk#G290 $17,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA PILOT EX '03
Stk#3299C $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HUMMER H2 '03
Adventure pkg- white
4x4 sunroof, 3rd seat,
$28,900. 904-541.-0009
HUMMER H2'05
P Nav, DVD sunroof,
chrm whisk $46,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/
SUV's

HYUNDAI SANTAFE GLS '03
Stk#G078 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
(j', INFINm QX56 '05
' Navigation, DVD,
Fully Equip. $41,780
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI QX4 '01
Stk#F830 15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI FX3S '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
equipped. $29,870
LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
JEEP COMMANDER '06
Stk#4283A $29,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
y JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE
COMMANDER'05
Only 10K miles. $26,995
998-0012
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& JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE 151K MILES, AUTO
PW RUNSBUTNEEDS
ENGINE WORK, ALL
POWER, NEW RADIATOR,
$1200 OB. 282-5068
Jeep Grand
S Cherokee
'I 98-auto, 4X4,
106K miles, let-
ather, fully loaded, tow
pkg $5200 obo
912-729-6150
r JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE 94'
TO 151K MILES, AUTO,
RUNS BUT NEEDS
ENGINE WORK, ALL POWER,
NEW RADIATOR, $1200 OBO.
282-5068
JEEP GR CHEROKEE '02
Stk#4696D $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP LIBERTY '02
Stk#G279 $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP WRANGLER '06
Stk#2611B $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA
'03 6CYL AUTO AC
$17,388
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


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1340 Trailers/
SUV's
LAND ROVER FREELANDER
'02 Stk#G173 $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LAND ROVER LR3 '05
Stk#6382C $35,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SLINCOLN
S "BLACKWOOD"
EDITION PICKUP
'02 Only 34K mi $22,995
998-0012
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SMITSUBISHI
MONTERO SPORT
LTD '03. Fully
equip $15,995 998-0012
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q7 NISSAN ARMADA
'04 Only 20,000
Miles, Like new,
Fully Equip. $28,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4) NISSAN FRONTIER,
2004.25k MILES,
41 $14,500. CALL
904-993-2204
4) NISSAN PATHFINDER.
S88' 4 WD, 2-DOOR,
l 6-CYLLINDER,
k- DEPENDABLE, RUNS
GOOD, $1000. GREAT FOR
HUNTING/ WORKING. MARK
613-3344 OR 282-0012
NISSAN PATHFINDER '03
Stk#G113 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
f NISSAN XTERRA
'03 Extra low
miles. $15,995
998-0012
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NISSAN XTERRA'01
Auto, low miles. $8995
Call 899.5853
NISSAN XTERRA '01
Stk#G271 $12,988 .
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
SCION XB '04
pi, pw, ac, cc $13,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
f TOYOTA RUNNER
A LTD' 03 champ/ tan
$22,840. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA TACOMA '99
Stk#BUC6620C $5988
TOM RUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


Trucks /
1340 Trailers/

TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER '01
Like New. $14,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RAV4 '05
Only 7000 miles
$19,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA SEQUOIA
1'03. Ex low Miles,
Fully Equip $21,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
TOYOTA TUNDRA- '04
4 door, 75 000, loaded,
Waraged. no smoke.
$17,500. 904-28602806

TOYOTA TACOMA '00.
XCAB 4CYL AC $7488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
TOYOTA TUNDRA SRS '03
Extra Cab auto. $12,995.
Call 899-5853

1345 Vans/Buses
CHEV VENTURE '03
LEATHER LEATHER PL,
PW, CC, PS $16,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
4) Chevy G20
S'92-Customzed
conversion VAN.
Good condition
TV, VCR, and much
more. $2500 call Viclde
382-4611
CHEVY VENTURE '02
Stk#BUC5729A $6,988
TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD E-150 PASS VAN '05
Stk#F798 $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ODYSSEY EX '02
Stk#G185 $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
KIA SEDONA EX '02
Stk#G193 $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
TOYOTA SIENNA LE '02
7 Passenger. $8995
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