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2 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 14, 2006


Looking back in time . .







The SB2C Helldiver was the
replacement for the SBD O r
Dauntless. It proved fast -
and tough, first seeing comr
bat in 1943. The Heildiver
was delivered in large num-
bers (7,140), equipped
many U.S. Navy squadrons,
and inflicted a lot of dam-
age on the enemy in the
Pacific. Helldivers could be
seen operating from NAS
Jax circa 1947.
File photo


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Keep your eyes on the road cell phones

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


NEET RR SRILaORn.
CS3 REKISHA SCHLEIFER
Job title/command:
Supply Department

Hometown: Friars Point,
SMiss.

Family Life: Married with two children.

Past Duty Stations: USS John F. Kennedy
(CV 67)

Career Plans: To make rank in the Navy.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
the world while being in the Navy.

Words of Wisdom: Keep hope alive.


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MET tlURt. .
JAMES FLETCHER

AA..Job title/command:
NAS Jax Fire Department

Hometown: Orange Park

Family Life: Came from a mili-
tary family. Married, no children.

Past Duty Stations: Dover Air Force
Base.

Career Plans: To work here as long as I
can.

Most Interesting Experience: Military
deployment throughout the Middle East.

Words of Wisdom: Don't sweat the small
stuff!


Cancer Awareness Fair is tomorrow
T he NAS Jax Commissary and Hershey's USA will
host a "Think Pink" Breast Cancer Awareness Fair
tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the commissary
lobby. Local television anchor, book author and cancer
survivor Donna Hicken will talk about the importance of
early detection and sign copies of her book.
For more information, contact Lorie White at 542-5311.

Ombudsman Appreciation

Luncheon slated for Sept. 21
T he annual Ombudsman Appreciationl Luncheon will
,m be held Sept. 21 at 11:30 a.m. at the NAS Jax
Officers' Club. All command ombudsmen, command-
ing officers, executive officers, command master chiefs and
1S1 guests are invited. Tickets are now on sale at the Fleet
Rs and Family Support Center. For more information, call
542-2766, Ext. 127.


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JA AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAX AI NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
advertised. Everything advertised in the publication shall be made
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The JAX AIR NEWS can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email JaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the JAAIR NEWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JAX AIN NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:

xlxAirNews
Ellen S. Rykert, Military Publications Manager
1 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
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ax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 14, 2006 3


'Topcats' return from detachment


By Lt. Gregory Lubeck
VS-31 PAO
he "Topcats" of VS-31
have returned home
to NAS Jax after a
successful month on board
USS John C. Stennis (CVN
74) off the coast of South-
ern California. Carrier Air
Wipag Nine (CVW 9) em-
barked upon the carrier for
Tailored Ships Training
Availability (TSTA), the
first at-sea period to pre-
pare the air wing for
deployment.
During this at sea period,
the Topcats worked on car-
rier qualifications and oper-
ational requirements, such
as SLAM-ER, Maverick
and war-at-sea scenarios.
VS-31 was the only CVW-9
squadron that had to travel
across the country before
getting underway. After
almost a month of both day
and night cyclic flight oper-
ations, VS-31 returned to
Jacksonville.
While underway with the
ship, two squadron mem-


Photo by AFCM Richard Hay
AOAN Austin Edwards of VS-31, proudly accepts a command
coin from USS Stennis Commanding Officer Capt. Bradley
Johanson after being selected Sailor of the Day.


bers were presented with
the coveted Sailor of the
Day awards from USS
Stennis Commanding
Officer Capt. Bradley
Johanson.
AOAN Austin Edwards of
Homestead, was recognized
as the first Sailor of the


Day. To commemorate this
event, Edwards was given a
personal tour of the bridge
by Johanson. Edwards sat
in the commanding officer's
chair with wide eyes as the
surrounding displays and
controls were explained to
him in detail.


Perhaps the most excit-
ing moment of Edward's
visit was when he was
given control of the helm
and steered the mighty air-
craft carrier through a
high-speed about-face.
Edwards handled the task
with confidence and ease,
unable to contain a beam-
ing smile!
Edwards is the leading
airman for the line division
and routinely supervises 13
other Sailors. He has taken
a proactive role in setting
priorities based on mainte-
nance requirements and
ensured the Topcats meet
their daily mission require-
ments. As a plane captain,
Edwards inspects, services,
maintains, launches and
recovers any one of the five
S-3B aircraft. He also per-
forms the duties of line
division primary tool con-
trol petty officer. He will-
ingly takes on additional
tasks and responsibilities
to make sure the job is
done.
Receiving the Sailor of


the Day award is a continu-
ation of accolades Edwards
has received including VS-
31 Plane Captain of the
Quarter, Blue Jacket of the
Month and Line Division
Professional of the Month.
His recent designation as
an aviation ordnanceman
shows his commitment
towards professional devel-
opment. Edwards is truly
an example for his peers to
emulate.
AMAA Travis Holloway
of Hazlehurst, Miss., was
also selected Sailor of the
Day while underway on
board USS Stennis.
Holloway was selected for
his professionalism and
meticulousness while work-
ing on VS-31 aircraft.
For his accomplishments,
he was given a personal
tour of the bridge and was
introduced to how the ship


conducts surface opera-
tions. Holloway was also
allowed to drive the ship,
which was his favorite part
of the tour by far.
Holloway, also a plane cap-
tain, works in the airframe
division.
While conducting a pre-
flight inspection of aircraft
700, Holloway noticed a
cannon plug not safety-
wired on a flight control
shutoff valve package
which could have caused a
flight control system failure
and possibly the loss of an
aircraft or aircrew had it
not been corrected.
During TSTA, he com-
pleted his hydraulic con-
tamination qualification for
patch test, electronic parti-
cle counter and completed
100 percent of his flight
deck personnel qualifica-
tion standards.


Hispanic Heritage Month starts tomorrow


From Staff


In 1968, Congress auth-
prized the president to
proclaim National His-
panic Heritage Week.
Twenty years later, this
observance was expanded
to a month-long celebration
in which America cele-
brates the traditions, an-
cestry and unique experi-
ences of those who trace
their roots to Spain, Mex-
ico, the countries of Central
and South America and the
Caribbean.
This year National His-
panic Heritage Month will
be observed from Sept. 15
to Oct. 15. The theme this
year is "Hispanic Ameri-
cans: Our Rich Cultures
Contributing to America's


Future."
Hispanics have served
bravely in the U.S. Navy
through every war and con-
flict since the American
Revolution. Well-known
Civil War hero David
Glasgow Farragut was the
son of a Spanish emigrant.
Navy pilot Cmdr. Everett
Alvarez was shot down over
Vietnam and sustained
over eight years of torture
and solitary confinement
before being released. In
1964, Horacio Rivero, Jr.
became the Navy's first
four-star general.
Each year, more Hispa-
nics proudly volunteer to
serve. According to the
most recent census report,

See HISPANIC, Page 16


Navy Ball planned for Oct. 14

The Navy Birthday Ball to celebrate the
Navy's 231st birthday will be held at NAS
Jacksonville's Hangar 116 Oct. 14 from 6 p.m.
to 11 p.m.
The cost is $10 for E1-E4, $15 for E5-E6, $20
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FACSFAC Jax ATC



training chief retires


Renovating softball fields


By MCI(SW)
Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
wo years ago, the last
thing ACC(AW/FMF)
Gale Ansardi had on
her mind was retiring.
Thrust deep inside Tarin
Kowt, Afghanistan, she was
literally dodging rocket-
propelled grenades from
the Taliban with the 22nd
Marine Expeditionary Unit
(MEU-22).
After 24 years of Naval
Service, Chief Ansardi is
ready for "permanent inde-
pendent duty."
Inside Hangar 116 on
Friday, Ansardi marked
her milestone with a retire-
ment ceremony.
Born and raised in New
Orleans, La., Ansardi
joined the Navy in October
1982 "to further her educa-
tion and travel the world."
Her first command was
VRC-30 in San Diego,
where she performed avia-
tion structural mechanic
duties. After earning sever-
al NEC's and qualifying as
a plane captain, she cross-
rated to air traffic con-
troller (AC). She knew her
new rate was the right one.
"I love being an AC.
You're constantly learning;
it's a fast-paced, somewhat
stressful job, but the satis-
faction of getting those
pilots where they need to go
is worth all the work," she
explained.
At NAS Miramar in San
Diego, she was designated
facility watch supervisor


ACC(AW/FMF) Gale Ansardi
and advanced to petty offi-
cer second class.
Between October 1991
and December 1993,
Ansardi qualified facility
watch supervisor, section
leader, operations duty offi-
cer and completed AC
Approach "C" school.
At the end of 1993, she
reported to NAS Fallon,
Nev., completing her enlist-
ed aviation warfare special-
ist qualifications and
advancing to petty officer
first class. Before leaving,
she was selected NAS
Fallon's Sailor of the Year
for 1996.
By the time Ansardi had
completed her prolific tour
at Naval Air Technical
Training Center Pensacola,
Fla., in February 2002,
she'd qualified as a master
training specialist and had
been selected for chief petty
officer.
"My best day in the Navy


was when my father pinned
my new chiefs anchors on
my uniform. I've never seen
my dad so proud," she said.
In March 2002, Ansardi
transferred to TACRON-22.
She served as the squadron
training officer, Det 1-04
division officer and quali-
fied tactical air control cen-
ter watch officer. During a
seven month deployment
on board USS Wasp (LHD-
1), Ansardi led a team of
AC's into Afghanistan to
augment MEU-22 to estab-
lish and operate an expedi-
tionary airfield.
"We spent three weeks in
Kandahar, and then were
forward deployed to Tarin
Kowt. We spent four
months there, eating
MRE's and no showers.
One night, while sleeping
in one-man tents, we were
shot at by the Taliban and
had to jump into our fight-
ing holes. It was definitely
camping with a twist,"
Ansardi said.
While serving at Fleet
Area Control and
Surveillance Facility Jax,
she assumed duties as the
AC training chief, the com-
mand safety officer and
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation coordinator.
When advising her
Sailors, she constantly told
them, "Keep your uniform
squared away. Bad first
impressions are hard to
overcome. Secondly, give
110 percent to whatever
task you face. No one can
ask for more."


Photos by MC3 David Didier
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Ja AIr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 14, 2006 5


Hospital deploys personnel to Cuba

to support Joint Task Force mission


Beautification

project


By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public'Affairs
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville deployed 21
medical personnel
Sept. 9, to support the Joint
Task Force (JTF) mission at
Guan-tanamo Bay, Cuba
(GITMO). This group will
first travel to Fort Lewis in
the state of Washington for
training before they arrive
at GITMO.
The Saturday deploy-
ments were followed on
Sunday by the safe return of
12 command medical per-
sonnel from a six-month
deployment at Exped-
itionary Medical Facility
(EMF) Kuwait
Hospital Commanding
Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel
Bono and 'the hospital's
entire Executive Steering
Committee (ESC) along,
with other members of the
command joined families
and friends in seeing the
GITMO-bound Sailors off at
the Jacksonville Inter-
national Airport (JIA). This
is the third of three deploy-
ment waves for the com-
mand as Naval Hospital
Jacksonville personnel
assume, their duties at the


detention center.
The mood was joyous on
Sunday as excited family
members, the ESC and hos-
pital personnel welcomed
the Kuwait group home at
JIA. Other travelers at the
airport joined in to cheer the
Naval Hospital personnel as
they exited the aircraft and
entered the concourse.
.HN Jennifer Arnone. She
said she Was proud of the
job she and the medical per-
sonnel did in Kuwait caring
for troops and returning
them to the front lines, .
Still, the Sailors were glad
to be back in America.
Physical Therapist HM2
Danielle Wood6lle said, "It
doesn't feel real! Six months
in a desert can really put
things in perspective for
you." She added that she
mainly looks forward to "a
shower, a nice glass' of wine
'and spreading out in her
full-sized bed."
Asked how she'd feel
about going back and doing
it again she said, 'They call
I'm there!" She explained
that she knew signing up in
the Navy could involve long
deployments and challeng-
ing situations. "No is not an
option," she said.


SPhotos by HM3 Dulce Perezroman
A Naval Hospital jacksonville Sailor kisses his son before
deploying to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


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This is all that's left of one of the targets in the live ordnance impact area. The range allows pilots to use conventional ordnance up to and including 2,000-pound MK 84 bombs and 5-inch
:Zuni rockets to train.


FL ORIDA BOMBING RANGE



HELPS PILOTS HONE SKILLS

By Kaylee LaRocque


he Pinecastle Range Complex located in the Ocala
National Forest, is the only area on the United
States East Coast that allows pilots to sharpen their
skills by conducting live and practice inert filled ordnance
training. The range consists of three areas, Pinecastle
Impact Range, Rodman Ordnance Range and the Lake
George Range, which allows aircrews to practice over
water.
Navy aircrews drop more than 10,000 bombs at the
Pinecastle site each year including several hundred which
are live. "We have several different target scenarios set up
at Pinecastle to help the pilots hone their skills. We've com-
pletely renovated the area within the past couple years to
help them become better prepared to head to the war zone,"
said Pinecastle Director of Operations John Childers. "In
the past, we only had one target in our live area,, now we
have 38. We are also in process of building our own 'urban
city' constructed to look like Baghdad, Iraq. This area is
approximately 14 acres (800-foot diameter circle) and
should be completed later this year. It even has it's own
clock tower."
"Our strafing area has also been renovated and improved
with a high and low angle strafe area. It'll help the pilots
train and is all acoustically scored. Another strafing area
has been created specifically for helo reconnaissance. The
aircrews can drop people into the wilderness and practice
rescuing them in a simulated a war zone," added Childers.


Photo by Chris Townsend
Tim Christie, an electronics technician with Arcata
Associates, ensures the communications equipment is work-
ing properly in Ihe operations center at the Pinecastle Range
Complex.
The range complex falls under the operational and
administrative control of the Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility Jax who coordinates the training of
the squadrons using the complex. "We get aircraft from all
over the east coast.. We recently had a couple F-18's from
Oceana, Va. conduct long-range strikes and practice their
air-to-air refueling since we don't have a runway here," said
Childers.
Pilots are allowed to perform day and night training mis-
sions, however no live drops are permitted past sunset as
part of the safety precautions. "We have a small range here


The "urban city" even comes with its own clock tower.
and it can become very hazardous so we follow extremely
strict guidelines. Pilots are required to fly at specific alti-.
tudes based. on the types of weapons they are

See BOMBING RANGE, Page 7


Photo by Chris Townsend
Pinecastle Range Complex Director of Operations John
Childers shows where a new target site is being constructed
at the range to help pilots during their training missions.


Photo by Chris Townsend
Dee Canada, an electronics technician with Arcata
Associates, communicates with a pilot coming in for a bomb-
ing run during training at the Pinecastle Range Complex.


Unexploded Ordnance Quality Assurance Specialist Chris Townsend explains how practice bombs cases are opened and the
concrete is removed before being recycled.


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From Page 6

.using and we monitor all
missions through surveil-
lance cameras, audio and
voice contact through our
operations center," contin-
ued Childers.'
The range complex which
spans about 6,000, acres
within the 382,000-acre
Ocala National Forest, oper-
ates under a special use per-
mit from the U.S. Forest
Service.
This permit was renewed
in 2002 and allows the Navy
to use the range until 2022.
The Rodman Range is actu-
ally owned by the Navy and
covers about 2,800 acres.
'.The Lake George Range is a
14-square-mile area where
pilot- conduct mining exer-
cises and conventional
bombing over the water.
To maintain the three
: ites, the Navy has contract-
ed Northrup Grumman as a
primary contractor. Arcata
Associates, another contrac-
tor, oversees and maintains
the electronic and communi-
cations equipment and
Chugach Associates handles
all the administrative and
supply needs for the range.
'The Navy employs three
full-time civilians to oversee
all aspects of the three
ranges.
Maintaining the ranges is
a huge task. "Every time we
have a large scale carrier
exercise, we have to go in
and clean up the range and
replace our targets. We
recycle all range residue. All,
the range residue is man-
aged from cradle to grave,"
,said Unexploded Ordnance
"Quality Assurance
Specialist Chris Townsend.
"We requisition all our
,range targets through the
"'Defense Reutilization
Marketing Office (DRMO).
They can include anything


from old fire trucks to air-
craft to Army tanks. Once
the targets are no longer
useable, they are inert certi-
fied and picked up by a recy-
cling company for scrap
metal. All proceeds from the
sale of the scrap is place
back into the contract or for-
warded to the NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and
Recreation fund. We also
recycle all the tires and the
practice inert filled ord-
nance. Last year, we recy-
cled 16,000 tons of scrap
metal. We maintain an
environmentally friendly
range."
The range operates on a
2.5 million annual budget.
"Most of this money goes to
the contractors to maintain
the range. All our targets
are acquired at no cost
through DRMO and the ord-
nance is procured through
Commander, Naval Air
Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet.
All demolition materials
required to conduct demili-
tarization and disposal oper-
ations is ordered, stored and
delivered by the NAS Jax
Weapons Department,"
explained Childers.
The Pinecastle Range gets
it's name not because of all
the pine trees in the area
but because of where it was
once" located. "Many years
ago, there was a Navy
bombing range just south of
Orlando, near a town called
Pinecastle. In 1950, the
Army relinquished control
of the area and the Navy
took, it over and moved it
here. The name just stuck
with it," said Childers.
The area is also rich in
wildlife, but according to
Childers, he can't remember
any animals being killed
during a bombing exercise
since he began working herd
31 years ago. "We have a lot
of deer, black bears, birds,
gopher tortoises, etc. out
here. They just seem to
know when to stay away
and come back when it's
quiet," he added.
The Pinecastle Range
Complex is normally avail-
able for training Monday
and Wednesday from 10
a.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m.
to noon. Weekends may also
be scheduled for special
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This "urban city" at the Pinecastle Range Complex is designed tolook like Bagdad, Iraq, to help pilots practice their target
skills. "This is the mother of all targets," said Unexploded Ordnance Quality Assurance Specialist Chris Townsend. "The city is
an laid out in an 800-foot circle and should be completed later this year. We still have to add some more structures to it and
paint them."

PH OTOS 0BY

KAYLEE LAROCQUE


A pile of Mark 106 Bomb Dummy
Unit 48's five-pound practice bombs will
soon be recycled as scrap metal. Last year,
the range sent 16,000 tons of metal
to recycling centers.


'training events.
Although it's a small
range, the Pinecastle Range
Complex will continue to
play an important role in
our Navy's state of readi-
ness by allowing pilots to
practice their air stop deliv-
ery skills in realistic scenar-
ios.
"We strive to provide the
aircrews with a challenging
and safe environment dur-
ing their training missions.
We really take pride in
what we accomplish each
and every day here;" said
Childers.


A pile of old tires sits,
waiting to be picked up
by a recycling center
at the range.


These old vehicles and aircraft parts are brought in to the Pinecastle Range Complex through the Navy's Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office to be used as targets for bombing practice
at the range. Before the vehicles can be used, they must be stripped of all glass and all fluids and hazardous materials are removed. Once they are destroyed, all parts-of the vehicles are recy-
cled.


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Online appointment system available


From Personnel Support
Detachment lax
Appointments for ID cards may be
made on the Web site to avoid the
wait associated with walk in cus-
tomers. Appointments can be made by
civilians, retirees and active duty members
in advance for all types of ID cards.
Appointments are taken from 9 a.m. 3.
p.m. daily. Walk in customers will contin-
ue to be served on a first come, first served
basis; however, customers with appoint-
ments have priority.
Appointments can be made online at
www.psalant.navy.mil.
Appointments can be cancelled or
rescheduled by the customer on the Web
site and the site also shows when sched-

Military retirement
From NAS Jacksonville
Public Affairs


A military retirement seminar will be
held at the NAS Jax Officers' Club
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The seminar.is open to all military
retirees, spouses, .surviving spouses and
military personnel nearing retirement.
Presentations will cover pay matters,
legislative action and other topics of inter-
est for military retirees. Booths with addi-
tional information will be manned by offi-


uled outages will occur.
All dependent children are required to
have an ID card when they turn 10 years
old. All dependent children transferring
o. overseas must have an ID card. If ID cards
are required for more than one dependent,
make individual appointments for each
dependent.
ID cards can be reissued 30-45 days
prior to current expiration date and can be
requested by mail for anyone who is not
physically able to travel to the Personnel
Support Detachment (PSD). The request
must include a picture (5x7), a letter from
a doctor stating that the person cannot
travel to the PSD and a copy of the current
ID card.
Avoid the wait, make your appointment
today!

seminar coming up
cials 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 organi-
zations.
Entrance to Naval Air Station
Jacksonville requires a current
Department of Defense vehicle decal and
military ID. For additional information,
call 542-2766, Ext. 126 or email
raojax@nasjax.navy.mil.


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER



garbage in!




Garbage out!


By Chaplain
(It.) Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel
I dropped my television in May and
decided not to buy a new one for a
while. This was sort of my season'of
sacrifice. Next, I decided to discontinue
my satellite dish service. I wanted to
basically limit the amount of garbage
from the mass media that I allow to come
into my house. This was a daunting chal-
lenge for me because if nothing
else television keeps me com-
pany on those scorching hot
days during the summer.
In fact, channel surfing is
really relaxing at times. I will
miss looking for my remote just
to surf., I know I am not the
only one that surfs channels
just for the relaxation.
However, when I dropped my
television I had sort of an Chapl
epiphany. That is, a large AzariahR
amount of what is broadcasted on the
tube is simply gobbledygook. :
I know I am not the only one who has
set down and turned channel after chan-
nel only to come to the realization of why
am I watching this garbage. I must con-
fess, I knew that I could not give it up
permanently because football season
would start in September and I am an
avid fan. However, I was motivated to
wean myself off in part for a little while
because of the overwhelming amount of
negative information and news that is
disseminated via the television.
This decision has an impact when rela-
tives and friends visit. In fact, my mother
threatened to cut her visit short because
she could not get her daily dose of televan-
,gelist. I have to let you know that I am not
fond of TV ministers and short visits are
usually better than long visits. Perhaps
this was a good sacrifice at the right time.
On the other hand, television is not the
only source of negative news and informa-
tion. Unfortunately, we are bombarded by'
all different mass media outlets (Internet,
print news, radio, cabs, and buses). They
are just about everywhere.
With all of that in mind, it is extremely
important for each of us to manage what
we expose ourselves to on a daily basis.
It's crucial that we maintain some sort of
balance. Perhaps denying oneself unlim-
ited access to the television is more an
exercise in moderation and self-control
than outright sacrifice. In Proverbs the


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writer says, "A man without self-control
is defenseless as a city with,broken-down
walls."
Unrestrained exposures to the negative
diatribe can pollute your spirit and leave
you with a pessimistic view of the world.
Nevertheless, it is important for us to use
these mass .media outlets to stay
informed about, local and world events.
However, there are times when the
media seems like nothing more than one
sensationalized tabloid story
after another aimed at enter-
tainment and titillating our
flesh. This affects our attitude,
mindset and overall well-being,
In fact, an overindulgence of
negativity can be downright toxic
and enable us to feel powerless
and out of control. In fact, on a
daily basis we hear, see, and
read about a world spiraling out
in(Lt of control. Families are out of
obinson control. Divorce and family dis-
cord are at all time highs.
Moreover, stories of
rising gas prices are mixed with coverage of
conflict between warring factions around
the globe.
Yet, regardless of the .depiction of local
and world events, for every heart wrench-
ing story told there are countless stories of
hope that are not covered by mass media.
We need balanced coverage that includes
those stories that paint a more encouraging
and enlightened picture of humanity. We
need stories that uplift people where we
show more compelling examples of'compas-,
sion and mercy.
The great philosopher Epictetus said,"
Men are disturbed, not by things, but by
the view they take of them." Positive peo-
ple do intentional things to maintain a
positive outlook.
For example, if you want to be positive
and up beat you gravitate toward things
that help facilitate that mindset. On the
contrary, you avoid those things that do
not help you achieve or maintain a good
outlook.
With all of that in mind, I really missed
my television and therefore I upgraded
from a 19-inch throwback style and 1980
*technology to a new 32-inch high-defini-
tion television with a premium sound sys-
tem.
Therefore, I am ready for some football!
I am also a better consumer of the infor-
mation, news and shows I watch. You
have heard the old adage, "garbage in
garbage out."


Fire insnections oinr on this month IXLJkJ I iL


From the NAS lax
Fire Prevention Office
he annual family housing inspection.
for those residents living at NAS Jax'
will begin Sept. 1 by base fire
department personnel. Inspections will be
held throughout the month.
The intent of the inspection is to help
ensure maximum safety of all housing resi-
dents through normal good housekeeping


practices and to inform residents 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 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.


NAS Jax Chapel offers PREP class


From the NAS lax
Chapel


The NAS Jax Chapel
is offering the Pre-
vention and Relation-
ship. Enhancement Pro-
gram (PREP) Sept. 25-26 at
the Chapel Center's Fel-
lowship Hall (Building
751). Class will be held
Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. and Sept. 26 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m.
PREP is designed to
address the following top-
ics:
How to communicate


better and solve problems.
How to handle dis-
agreements and conflict.
How to promote a sense
of working as a team.,
How to keep friendship,
fun and intimacy alive in
your marriage,
How to strengthen your
commitment to each other.
Military members attend-
ing the program must
receive permission from
your command via a special
request chit or no-cost per-
missive TAD orders. Chits
or orders need to be at the
chapel by Sept. 21.


Participants are requested
to wear civilian attire.
Civilian employees are
welcoine. Space is limited:
Call 542-3051 for reserva-
tions.


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.
Simons Island, Ga.
Registration is on a first
come, first serve basis by
calling 270-6958. The follow-


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From the Jacksonville Fire
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Approximately 300 volunteers
are needed for a citywide full-
scale regional terrorism exer-
cise Oct. 18 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It will involve several government
agencies including state and local law
enforcement, fire and rescue,
Jacksonville International Airport


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St. Johns and Flagler counties.
The Navy is providing a plane at
JIA as part of the scenario. About 80
volunteers are needed to act as vic-
tims at the airport and more are
needed at other sites around the city.
For more information or to sign up
as a volunteer, call. Citizen
Corps/CERT Program Coordinator
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kicks off 'Family Day
By Bonnie Powell
Defense Commissary Agency ,
A military family will win a trip to
New York and.a special dinner cour-
tesy of a worldwide contest to draw
attention to "Family Day A Day to Eat
Dinner with Your Children."
Created by The National Center on
Addiction and Substance Abuse at
Columbia University, "Family Day" is the
fourth Monday of September each year.
This year it falls on Sept. 25. According to
CASA research, the more often children
eat dinner with their families, the less
likely they are to smoke, drink or use
drugs. And they get better grades. Last
year 1.3 million Americans "pledged" to
have dinner with their, children on "Family
Day."
"The military community certainly has a
strong sense of family, but focusing on an
event like this reminds us just how impor-
tant something as simple as eating dinner
together is to the health of our families,"
said Patrick Nixon, director of the Defense
Commissary Agency.
To draw even greater attention to
Family Day, the military sales team of The
Coca-Cola Company is sponsoring a three-
day, two-night trip to New York. The win-
ner will also get a family dinner cooked by
Sandra Lee, best-selling author and host of
the Food Network show "Semi-Homemade
with Sandra Lee." Lee's latest cookbook
"Semi-Homemade Grilling" will be award-
ed to second-place winners.
Commissary shoppers can go to the
DeCA Web site at http://www.commis-
saries.com to access links to the contest,
make a "symbolic" pledge to have a family
dinner on Sept. 25, get more information
about "Family Day," or find healthy
recipes. The contest is open from now


' campaign
through Sept. 30.
"This is a unique event for us," said Doug
McAlister, director of the Coca-Cola world-
wide military sales team. "Coca-Cola is the
national corporate sponsor of 'Family Day,'
but the military sales team is taking it a
step further for the benefit of the entire
military community. Conducting the con-
test online gives military retirees,
Guard/Reserve and active duty a chance to
enter whether they' are in Germany or
Guam, Illinois or Iraq."
Being the eldest of five children, Sandra
Lee appreciates the importance of family
dinners. "Growing up in a small town in
Washington state, we always ate dinners
together," she said. "It gave us a chance to
talk about school, our day and I think it
made a difference in my life."
Lee specializes in meals made by spicing
up everyday, store-bought products. "We
requested she prepare a 'healthy' meal for
the winner and she agreed immediately,"
said McAlister.
Coincidently, Lee is working on a new
cookbook for 2007 focusing on light and
healthy cooking. "That is certainly the
trend for America right now," she said.
"People have busy lives and not a lot of
time to spend on cooking, but there isn't
any reason light and healthy meals can't
also be fast and delicious."
"That's great," said Nixon. "It really fits
in with DeCA's 'It's Your Choice, Make it
Healthy' initiative encouraging military
families to think of the commissary as the
place for healthy food, healthy savings,
and healthy family!"
Department of Defense schools, TRI-
CARE and family organizations such as
the National Military Family Association
as well as military Web sites and many
others are supporting the Family Day con-
cept.


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Janet DiRosa
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
When you're young,
it's easy to put off
thinking about the
future. You don't know if
you're going to make the
Navy a career. The newest
electronic gadget on the
market is calling your name
or your young and growing
family is already strapped
for cash.
How can anyone reason-
ably expect you to take a
portion of your small pay-
check and put it into some-
thing you won't see until
you're in your 60s?
But what if you cut back
on your monthly grocery bill
by a mere $40? Or, make
the commitment to smoke
one less carton of cigarettes
a month (five cigarettes a
day), which could be a sav-
ings of $30 to $40 a month
not to mention the residual
health benefits. These small
sacrifices today could pay off
sooner than you think. With
only a small contribution to
the Thrift Savings Plan
(TSP) each month, you could
start a nest egg that bene-
fits you long before retire-
ment age. And, with.com-
pound interest, youth is on
your side.
Albert Einstein has been
quoted as saying that "com-
pound interest is the most
powerful force in'the uni-
verse." As a young investor,
you have the most years
ahead of you before your
retirement; therefore, you
have the opportunity to
make the most money.
Through the miracle of com-
pound interest, your contri-
butions will earn additional
money for you. There's no
need to make a large contri-
bution to make a sizeable
difference either.
If you contribute only $40
per month, in 20 years you
would have saved $9,600 in
contributions and (assuming
seven percent interest a year)
your earnings would be
$11,359,leaving you with a
total of nearly $21,000. Your
earnings would be more than
the total of your contribu-
tions. That is why starting
early is so important. If you
delay just one year under the
same circumstances, your loss
in compound interest is more
than $500.
Your savings start the
moment you enroll. The
money allotted from your
check to go to your TSP
account is taken out before it
is taxed. Once it is in TSP,
it's not taxed until you take
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FLTCM(SW/AW)
Janet DiRosa
tax bracket when you retire
that could be considerably
less tax than now. For
instance, contributing $125
monthly would provide a
savings of more than $1,500
the first year.
Assuming a 15 percent tax
bracket, the tax deferred
from $1,500 would be $225.
(Deferred means money you
don't have to pay now.) The
same amount of money
saved in the bank would
equate to owing $225 in
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the motivation would be
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Some good general infor-
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elsewhere, you can rollover
the traditional IRA or 40I(k)
into your existing TSP
account.
Pay earned in a combat
zone is tax-exempt and tax-
exempt contributions to
your TSP (in 2006) are limit-
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contributions (in 2006) are
limited to $15,000 per year.
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can be contributed directly
to TSP.
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link, and completing the
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Yoga for mind and body, offered at Fitness Source

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he SAS Jacksonville
Fitnress Source pro-
vides fitness solu-
tions to meet anyone's
needs and yoga is one
option offered on a regular
basis because of its growing
popularity. Yoga is widely
known for the relaxation
benefits and the calming
effects that it may have on
an individual, but there are
many other benefits from
yoga that some people may
not be aware of.
The Fitness Source has
two yoga instructors on
hand who provide a unique
and challenging fitness
experience for the individu-
als who participate in their
classes. Val McCartin is
one of those instructors and
she has been providing fit-
ness education for more
than 22 years.
"As you get older, you
have to start being more
careful with your body.
Yoga is great for flexibility
and a great exercise for
increasing upper body
strength. On top of that, it's
relaxing. You can totally
zone out of it. Your body
does the motions and your
mind goes to another
place," she said. "For active
duty personnel, it's a great
thing to do if you've had a
stressful morning. Some
people take a yoga class to
put their mind at peace and
then .go back to work ready
to face the day," said
McCartin.
Adding yoga to an
already established fitness
routine also proves to be
beneficial in achieving
higher health and condi-
tioning goals.
"I have been taking the
class for over a year now. I
do it for personal wellness,
to reduce stress and


One of the benefits of a yoga
someone can achieve.

increase flexibility. I run
three miles each day and
by adding yoga to my work-
out, I have found that I run
smoother and my breathing
flows much easier," stated
Lt. Alexander Moir of
Helicopter Sea Combat
Weapons School, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet, Detachment
Jacksonville.
"My fitness training test
scores have increased dra-
matically and my flexibility
and stamina has gotten a
lot better. My exercise rou-
tine was at a plateau where
I didn't feel like I was mak-
ing any more advances in
strength or stamina. This
yoga class added to that,"
commented Anita Thomp-
son a nurse with the Army
National Guard, Florida
Medical Detachment.
"Everybody can do yoga
but not everyone can do all
of the postures. We use aids
in the class to help people
get into certain poses, such
as blocks to shorten the dis-
tance between the ground
and your hands or athletic
straps to support arms and
legs," said Wendy Tappen,
another yoga instructor at
the Fitness Source. "I teach
a class that is a fusion of


Photos by MC1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
is the state of relaxation that

yoga and Pilates called
yogalates. We do a lot of
abdominal, mat and core
work then add in yoga to
get the complete stretch
and relaxation," said
Tappan.
Yoga has been labeled by
some as an easier type of
activity or even viewed as
something that a less con-
ditioned person would be
interested in. One Sailor
had those same views on


During a yoga class, the instructor will put you through a series of many different positions
that focus on flexibility, strength and balance.


yoga and changed his mind
when he gave the class a
try. "I didn't expect this
class to be as challenging
as it was, but it worked
muscles that I didn't even
know that I had! Even
though it was more difficult
than I anticipated, it pro-
vided me with an invigorat-
ing workout and I will defi-


nitely be back to take
another class," stated AT3
Levan West. of Naval
Reserve Unit 62.
Whether you are looking
for something new to try,
trying to up the ante in
your stagnant fitness rou-
tine or just interested in
getting started, the Fitness,
Source is always there with


a solution.
Tappan offers yogalates
on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at noon and
McCartin holds yoga class-
es on Tuesday and
Thursday at noon.
Contact the Fitness
Source for a complete group
exercise class schedule at
542-3518.


Friday, September 15th Sunday, September 17h

10am 6pm


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AM3 Joshua Graham of Atlanta, assigned to the "War
Eagles" of VP-16, aligns the text lettering on the Kwik-
print press Aug. 31. When completed, the leather surface
will have the service member's name, rank and warfare
insignia, including a Velcro backing for an individuals air-
crew flight suit. VP-16, homeported at NAS Jacksonville,
is forward deployed in support of maritime patrol opera-
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Marriage workshops offered

through NavHosp Jax


From Naval Hospital
Public Affairs
A n experiential and
interactive workshop
for couples who want
to strengthen their mar-
riage while personally
growing within th'e mar-.
riage.
The workshop will
include mini-lectures, visu-
al slides, couple interac-
tions and group discussion.
Privacy is important to
us. No one will be expected
to disclose anything private
to the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship
Assessment
Clarification of Needs,
Values and Priorities
Levels & Styles of Com-
munication
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 arid 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.


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Honoring our Navy at Normandy


By Dick Kirschten
Special to Jax Air News
Along overdue tribute to the
U.S. Navy's critical role in
the historic Normandy
invasion in June 1944, is being
spearheaded by an American
Naval heritage organization with
cooperation from the government
of France. A monument recogniz-
ing the brave exploits of
American Sailors at Normandy
will be erected adjacent to Utah
Beach, one of the five invasion
landing areas. Dedication cere-
monies are planned for June 6,
2007, the 63rd anniversary of the
D-Day landings.
The invasion of German-occu-
pied France marked the begin-
ning of the end for Adolf Hitler's
Nazi regime. Less than a month
after allied forces secured a
foothold on the beaches of
France's northwestern coast,
more than a million American,
British and Canadian troops had
come ashore to begin an ,irre-
sistible advance that brought
Germany's World War II surren-
,der.
-., Yet the Battle of Normandy
was as much a great naval
achievement as an historic
infantry triumph. The massive
invasion across the English
,&Channel required a vast armada
, ,of warships, transports, landing
craft, minesweepers and motor
torpedo boats. Roughlyl24,000
American Sailors assembled in
England to take part in the cam-
paign: 15,000 attached to combat-


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Units of the invasion fleet, with an escort ship (DE) in left center, seen
from USS Quincy (CA-71) on June 6, 1944.


ant ships, 87,000 to landing craft
and 22,000 to naval bases and
training sites.
During the assault, many U.S.
Naval personnel performed
valiantly ashore as members of
demolition teams and "beachmas-
ter" units and as medics and fire-
control spotters.
The first American naval casu-
alties occurred the evening prior
to D-Day when the minesweeper
Osprey struck a floating mine
and sank with a loss of six crew
members. All told, more than
1,000 American Sailors lost their


lives over the course of the inva-
sion.
American forces attacked two
westernmost landing areas, des-
ignated as Omaha Beach and
Utah Beach, while British and
Canadian troops stormed three
adjacent beaches designated
Gold, Juno and Sword. Some U.S.
Navy beaching craft supported
the landings in the British and
Canadian sectors and some
British minesweepers and fire-
support ships were employed in
the American sector.
At Omaha Beach, the point of


fiercest German resistance, the
tide of battle was turned by the
gunfire support provided by U.S.
destroyers navigating perilously
close to shore. On the evening of
June 6, 1944 when Maj. Gen.: L.T.
Gerow finally established a head-
quarters on Omaha Beach, his
first message to Lt. Gen. Omar
Bradley, the U.S. Army's opera-
tional commander aboard the
cruiser Augusta offshore,
declared "Thank God for the
United States Navy."
Remarkably, there is no formal
marker at Normandy recognizing
the courageous deeds and sacri-
fices of American naval person-
nel. To rectify this omission, a
statue has been commissioned
and a fund-raising drive has been
initiated by the Naval Order of
the United States, an organiza-
tion formed in 1890 that takes
pride in preserving and promot-
ing the history and heritage of its
component sea services-the
Navy, Marines, Coast Guard,
Merchant Marine and Public
Health Service.
Under the leadership of retired
Navy Capt. Carter Conlin, the
Commander General of the Naval
Order, the group has committed
to raise $400,000 to erect a suit-
able memorial honoring
American Sailors at a site
already reserved by French
authorities at Utah Beach.
Stephen Spears, a Fairhope,
Ala.,-based sculptor, has pro-
duced, at his own expense, a pro-
posed model for the monument,
which includes three figures


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The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to brina works of art to life. If you


are interested in volunteering,
please contact Susan Gallo by
phone at 899-6006 or by e-mail
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HabiJax
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HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construc-
tion projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
4529, Ext. 253. The HabiJax
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County
Clay County Habitat for
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Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights
and Penney Farms. Volunteers
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Saturday throughout the year to
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mail (or e-mail) the pictures to the
absent parent or put them in a spe-
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you can't be there, give the child a
disposable camera so he or she can
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depicting the roles of the officers
and enlisted men who planned
and executed the Navy's varied
assignments at
Normandy.
The ranking U.S. naval officer
for Operation Neptune, the
amphibious phase of the overall
Normandy operation, code-named
"Overlord," was Rear Adm. Alan
Kirk, situated aboard the battle-
ship Nevada. In addition to his
flagship, the units under Kirk's
supervision included two other
battleships, Arkansas, and Texas;
three cruisers, Tuscaloosa,
Quincy, and Augusta; 31 destroy-
ers; 168 LSTs (landing ships,
tank), and more than 1,600 land-
ing craft.
The German defenses at Utah
Beach, although lighter than
those at Omaha, were nonethe-
less stubborn because of remote,
large-caliber batteries that could
not be reached by the assault
forces. Those batteries, however,
were taken out by the accurate
and plentiful naval gunfire sup-
port provided by Nevada,
Tuscaloosa and the British war-
ships, Black Prince and Erebus.
After suppressing the Germans'
big guns, the naval units fired on
targets of opportunity identified
by reconnaissance aircraft and
fire-control spotters ashore.
Reflecting on the invasion 10
years later, Kirk declared: "Our
greatest asset was the resource-
fulness of the American Sailor."
For information on the Navy D-
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Mission First, Sailors Always" .



For more information call 777-8549/6035.


Now located on NAS Jax!
Ground School
$365
Oct. 30 Dec. 6


For more information call 542-3493.

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


Departs Liberty at 10 a.m.

Jaguars vs. Steelers
Sept. 18
$5, includes ticket and transportation
Sign-up early!
Tickets are limited!

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.

Saturday, 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
542-2936.


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information on the golf course please call 542-3249 or Mulligan's please call


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

2006 Air Show Golf Tournament
Oct. 25, 9 a.m. Shotgun Start
$65 per person
Includes range balls, golf, souvenir tee gift, one com-
plimentary round of golf, prize purse, on course prizes
and lunch following play.



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

T-Bar Social Hours
Photo by Shannon Leonard Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
class at the Fitness Reserve drill weekends, 3-7 p.m.


Call 778-9772 for more information.


16th annual Haunted Woods
Oct. 20-21
$2 per person
Children of all ages welcome!

Youth Center is currently looking for volunteers to help
with Haunted Woods!
Please, call the Youth Center if you are interested.


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

FCCJ Artist Series Presents "Broadway Across America"
Tickets on sale now at the I.T.T. office!
Call for show times and ticket prices!

Daytona 500 Race Feb. 18
Tickets on sale tomorrow
Keech and DePalma Box Seats
$150, limit four per person



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

Horseback Riding Trip
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seas military bases. The CFC of
Northeast Florida/Southeast Georgia
is comprised of 19 counties with near-
ly 47,150 federal employees and mili-
tary members.
Each year, commands and depart-
ments will appoint a keyperson who
is responsible for their individual
unit's drive. They are responsible for


contacting each member within the
unit to inform them of the CFC and
how their donation can help. There
are several different ways that indi-
viduals can donate. A cash contribu-
tion can be accepted up front or they
may pledge a specific amount which
will be withheld regularly from their
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aged to be a part of this year's Haunted Woods
Challenge and are eligible to win money for their
MWR funds. This year's event will be held Oct. 20-21
from 7-10 p.m.
This is the 17th Haunted Woods event at NAS Jax. In
the past, Haunted Woods
attracted more than 3,400 peo-
ple. It is a safe alternative for
children on Halloween. A walk
through the woods of NAS Jax
can conjure up many scary
scenes for a child and it attracts .
children of all ages. The cost is ,
$1 per person and all profits ben-
efit the Youth Activities Center.
Entry Information:
Scenes are limited due to
space.
Individuals cannot enter the
contest.
Commands, departments, or squadrons provide a scene
with props, script and personnel.
Command will be assigned a space along the path by
Youth Activities Center personnel Oct. 13 at 10 a.m.
Set up and prop building begins on Oct. 16.
Scenes must be staged by 5 p.m. on Friday and
Saturday nights.
To prevent duplication of scenes, have several choices
planned. The first command submitting an idea to the
Youth Activities Center will be awarded the scene.
Scenes will be judged both nights.
Prize money will be awarded after clean up on Monday.
Prizes are: First place- $500, second place $300 and
third place $200.
To obtain an entry form, email megan.elliot@navy.mil.
Entry forms are due Oct. 10 by 5 p.m. MWR reserves the
right to approve all scenes, props and scripts. Call 778-
9772 for additional information.



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to more than 25.000 base personnel.
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PAYDAY LOANS: Military

warned to beware these
From Page 1
young, financially inexperienced borrowers who have
bank accounts and steady jobs, but also have little in
savings and credit problems or maxed-out credit bal-
ances.
The report cited an airman at Maxwell Air Force
Base, Ala., as an example of the troops who enter into
these loan agreements to begin a cycle of debt that's
nearly impossible for many to reverse. She initially bor-
rowed $500 through a payday loan with an agreement to
pay back $600 in two weeks. She then took out other
payday loans to cover that bill and ended up doing mul-
tiple rollovers on each loan.
Ultimately, the airman contacted an installation loan
company that gave her a $10,000 loan at a 50 percent
annual percentage interest rate. The total cost to pay off
the payday loans came to $12,750, and her total obliga-
tion to the installment loan company rose to $15,000.
The Defense Department notes that the airman is far
from alone and is exerting a major effort to educate
troops about the potential dangers of predatory loans
and better ways to manage their finances, the GAO
report notes.
The expanded education effort, launched last year,
reached more than 400,000 service members and their
family members in 2005. In announcing the program,
John Molino, then the deputy undersecretary of defense
for military community and family policy, noted that the
wide use of payday loans within the military has the
potential to impact on mission accomplishment.
"If you're in debt, you have other things in mind," he
said.
"You're doing things other than concentrating on the
mission; maybe you're taking on other employment. The
effects are long-lasting and go deep into a person's per-
formance. It affects unit readiness."
In addition to educating military members about the
dangers of payday loans and familiarizing them with
ways to put themselves on a sound financial footing, the
military is seeking better protections for its members,
and Congress is taking heed. Among measures DoD
wants to see instituted are:
A requirement that lenders disclose information
regarding the extension of credit in a uniform, unam-
biguous way;
A federal ceiling on the cost of credit to all military
borrowers, capping the annual percentage rate;
A ban on lenders extending credit to service members
and family members without regard for their ability to
repay the debt;
A prohibition on loan contracts that require service
members and their families to waive their rights to take
legal action and on contract causes that require them to
waive any special legal protections afforded to them;
and
A ban on states discriminating against service mem-
bers and families stationed within their borders, and on
lenders from making loans to service members that vio-
late the state's consumer protections.
The U.S. Senate passed an amendment in June that
establishes a 36 percent cap on annual percentage rates
on loan to military members and their families. The bill
is now in conference committee with the House of
Representatives.
In addition to DoD and members of Congress, Paul
Leonard from the Center for Responsible Lending
expressed hopes that the amendment will pass.
"We're hoping Congress will stand up to the payday
industry," he said. "Our service people deserve far better
than financial ruin fi or trying to survive in a war zone
while they're fretting about how they'll pay next month's
bills."







Jax Air NWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 14, 2006 17


COLLEGE NEWS


ERAU registration for winter term underway

From the Naivy College Office
The following are upcoming classes for Embry Riddle Aeronautical University's winter term which runs Oct. 17
through Dec. 16:


Course Code
ECON 211
MATH 106
MGMT 390
MGMT 221
MGMT 410
MGMT
MGMT
ASCI 321
ASCI 330
Course Code
ASCI 608
ASCI 609
MGMT 685


Title
Macroeconomics
Basic Algebra/Trig
Business Law
Advance Computer
Mgmt. of Air Cargo
Organizational Beh.
Social Res./Ethics
Human Factors in Aviation
Aircraft Accident


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5-9:45
5-9:45
5-9:45
5-9:45
5-9:45
5-9:45
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Title Day
Aviation/Aerospace Accident Investigation and Safety Systems
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Aircraft Maintenance Mgmt.
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ERAU Room
ERAU Room
ERAU Room
Columbia Lab
ERAU Room
ERAU Room
CNATTU/Room 103
CNATTU/Room 103
CNATTU/Room 103


Time/p.m. Building
5-9:45 CNATTU/Room 103'
5-9:45 CNATTU/Room 501
5-9:45 ERAU Room


For more information, call 779-0246.

FCCJ fall term registration ongoing through Oct. 20
From Navy College Office
Registration for Florida Community College at Jacksonville's (FCCJ) 2006 Fall Term which runs Oct. 12 through
Dec. 12, is ongoing through Oct. 20. If you have not been able to get into the class you have wanted in the past,
we highly recommend early registration to reserve your seat.
A placement test is required for math and English. Allow 48 hours for Navy College to process your tuition assis-
tance form. The following list of classes will be held at NAS Jacksonville for the fall term.
For assistance, please call the FCCJ base campus at 771-3979. The following classes are available:
Course No. Day Title Location
AMH 2020 M U.S. History II Building 966 Room 254
CCJ 1030. W Man, Crime and Society Building 966 Room 261
MAT 1033 M/W Intermediate Algebra Building 966 Room 251
GLY 1001 M/W Earth Space Science Building 4 Room 116
GLY 1001L TH Earth Space Science Lab Building 4 Room 117
CGS 1570 M/W Micro Computer Building 110/Lab
ENC 1101 M/W English Comp. I Building 966 Room 211
DEP 2004 T/TH Human Growth & Develop. Building 966 Room 211
HUM 2236 T/TH Humanities 15th to 20th Century Building 4 Room 116
LIT 2000 T Intro. to Literature Building 4 Room 117
MAN 2021 T/TH Prin. of Management Building 966 Room 254
EVR 1639 T/TH Haz. Material Transp. Storage Building 966 Room 261
SPC 2600 T/TH Fund. of Speech Building 966 Room 253
MAT 0024 T/TH Elementary Algebra Building 966 Room 251-18

University of Maryland offers fall classes


From the Navy College
Office
The University of
Maryland University
College (UMUC) has served
the educational needs of
the U.S. military for more
than 50 years and is proud
to be a member of the Navy
College Program Distance
Learning Partnership
(NCPDLP). The NCPDLP
is an initiative by the Navy
to have colleges and univer-
sities work together to pro-
vide you with an education-
al path from Navy "A"
school to a bachelor's
degree. "Undergraduate
degrees are available in 19
majors.
Registration for the fall
session is currently ongoing
and ends Oct. 23. The fall
classes run Oct. 25 though
Feb..5.
Drop by and see the
UMUC field representative

Webster

University

offers master's

degrees
P lan for your gradua-
tion from Webster
University. Become a
graduate student and plan
for your second career and
retirement.
The Fall II term begins
Oct. 14 and ends Dec. 16.
Degrees offered are:
MA/ITM in Information
Technology Management
MA/HRDV in Human
Resources Development
MA/HRMG in Human
Resources Management
MA/MGTL in Manage-
ment & Leadership
MHA (Masters in Health
Administration)
MBA (Masters in
Business Administration)
No Graduate Record
Exam/Graduate
Management Admission
Test or entrance exams are
required. Call 779- 7124 or
visit the Web site
www.webster.edu/jack for
more information.


at the Navy College Office
on Tuesday from 9 a.m. 3


p.m. He may also be
reached via email at jher-


ald@umuc.edu or phone
610-4361.


Coastline offers classes

From the Navy College Office
Coastline Community College's Distance
Learning Program for military personnel was
created especially for you. Coastline courses
are available both ashore and at sea (via the
NCPACE Program).
Using your military experience you may only need
to take 20 semester hours to complete your rating-
related associate of arts degree. Only 12 credits
from Coastline needed for residency. Registration
for the next term is ongoing and ends Oct. 4. The fall
session runs Oct. 23 through Dec. 17.
Contact your Coastline representative at the Navy
College Office on Tuesday from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. or
email coastline@tds.net.

FCCJ to hold College Transfer Fair


From the Navy College
Office
Florida Community
College at Jack-
sonville (FCCJ) will
hold its fifth annual College
Transfer Fair Nov. 7-9.
This is an opportunity for
FCCJ students to speak to
state and private university
representatives. The
schedule is as follows: Nov.
7 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at
North Campus and 1-4 p.m.
at Kent Campus. On Nov.
8, the fair will run from


8:30-11:30 a.m. at South
Campus and 3:30-6 p.m. at
Deerwood Center. On Nov.
9, the fair will run from
8:30-11:30 a.m. at
Downtown Campus.
FCCJ advisors and coun-
selors will also be on hand
to assist'students with
questions about programs
of study, major prerequi-
sites and more.
For additional informa-
tion, go to
http://www.fccj.edu/trans-
ferservices/trans_fair.html
or call Bob or Chris at 771-
3979.


ERAU to hold career

services night Oct. 12
E mbry-Riddle Aeronautical University Student and
Alumni Career Services Night will be held Oct. 12
from .6-9 p.m. at the Cecil Commerce Conference
Room, Building 333, 13561 Lake Newman Street.
Presentation topics include:
Job search strategies
Interviewing techniques
Resume / cover letter writing
Dressing tips and etiquette
Complimentary snacks and beverages will be offered. To
RSVP, call Suzanne Demers at 771-9002 or email jack-
sonville.Center@erau.edu.


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18 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 14, 2006


Fitzgerald dominates



racquetball tournament


By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
Eight players repre-
senting five different
commands recently
participated in the NAS
Jax Captain's Cup Singles
Racquetball Tournament.
The commands represented
were Naval Hospital Jax,
VR-58, Aircraft In'terme-
diate Maintenance Detach-
ment (AIMD) Jax, VP-30
and VP-5.
Brady Fitzgerald of VR-
58, outscored his oppo-
nents, 120-14 and never


had to play a third game in
the best out of three match-
es to win the 2006
Captain's Cup Fall
Racquetball Championship.
The second place finisher
was David Hunt of VP-30,
who faced Fitzgerald for
the first time and was shut
out 15-0 in both games.
Hunt traveled through
the loser's bracket and
faced Fitzgerald again in
the championship round.
Hunt did not fare well in
his second ,match against
Fitzgerald. He was defeat-
ed 15-0 in the first game of


the match, but managed to
score six points in the sec-
ond game of the match, but
eventually lost the game
15-6. Jerry Horton of Naval
Hospital Jax, finished in
third place.
VR-58 and Naval Hospi-
tal Jax received 25 points,
VP-30 received 10 points
and AIMD and VP-5 re-
ceived three points towards
the captain's cup competi-
tion for participating and
placing in the tournament.


SPORTS & STANDINGS


Tennis tourney slated
A Captain's Cup Men and Women's Singles
Tennis Tournament will be held Sept. 25 at 5 p.m.
The tournament is free and open to all NAS Jax
active duty, selective reservists, and Department
of Defense men and women. Participants will
earn participation points for their command
toward the captain's cup and can earn additional
points for finishing first, second or third. There will
be a separate men and women's division. The
matches will be played at the Guy Ballou Tennis
Complex. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up by
Sept. 20.
Basketball league meetings
coming up
A Greybeard Basketball League (30+) meeting
will be held Oct. 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building
850 conference room. The league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, command Department of
Defense personnel and reservists. A Captain's
Cup Basketball League meeting will be held Oct.
11 at noon at the same location. The league is
open to 'all NAq Jax active duty members, com-
mand Department of Defense personnel and
reservists.
Commands having their athletic officer or desig-
nated representative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is ,looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runnerst.'Represent U.S.


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 Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and


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

Flag Football Standings
As of Sept. 8
Team Wins Losses
Naval Hospital 12 0
VP-30 O'S 9 1
HS-75 8 2
VR-58 9 3
AIMD 7 4
HS-3 .. 4 4
NCTS 7 5
VP-30 Students 7 5
VP-45 6 5
VP-5 Blue 6 6
HS-15 4 8
CNATTU, 3 8
PSD 3 8
Weapons .0 4


active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more,
information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome. For infor-
mation contact Nicole Lopez at
504-6016 or go to mom-
sclubopw@yahoo.com.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Ho.spital
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.
Herlena Washington at 542-


7715, Ext.' 102 or email
Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
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 cQllec-
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 Saturday 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
Jeff Marquardt at 246-9932.
Jacksonville Area Supply
Corps Association Charity
Golf Tournament will be held
Oct. 12 at 1 p.m. at the Golf
Club at North Hampton, 22680
North Hampton Club Way,
Fernandina Beach, Fla. Contact
Lt. Chuck Mielkie at
charles.mielkie@navy.mil for
more info and to register.


Photo by Bill Bonser.
Brady Fitzgerald (right) of VR-58, was the 2006 Captain's Cup Fall Racquetball Champion and
David Hunt of VP-30, finished second.

Annual North Florida Race for the Cure is Oct. 21


oin in the fight against
breast cancer this
October. The 12th
annual North Florida
Komen Race For the Cure
will hold its 5K run/fitness
walk Oct. 21 at 8 a.m. at
Metropolitan Park in down-
town Jacksonville.
The event will include a


coed competitive 5K run,
2K fun run/walk, Sleep in
for the Cure";, survivor cele-
bration, Kids for the Cure"
area, Denise's Dash (kids
run) and much more!
For more information,
call 448-7446 or visit
www.jaxraceforthecure.org.
Teams of 10 and more. are


encouraged to sign up!
To receive a team packet,
call Gilda Ramirez at 536-
6585. Registration forms
can be picked up starting
Sept. 1 at local Ford dealer-
ships and/or Publix
Supermarkets or you can
register online now at
www .jaxraceforthecure.org.


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SAN JOSE/Goodby's Crk FT. CAROLINE A NEW BUILDING IN NEW 3br/2ba, bv inyC10lboAt slips, club CANAL LOT 9WP30W
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE 3/3,2r, open fr plan 2BR2.5 wnhomewh JARDINDEMERCONDOS2240sfAC,2cPlnt 1SF, boa se
All re 1648sf, wfirs poo, hot2052SF. New kitchen, great- Recentlyreleased by Prudentilwtrwk.hlots of extras F culdesa 178K hal l 36a. $ 39 w RMand.
tlsn cludesesc.ar7-RCcalR ey Lily813.433682 harea.$369K.hRealtors
tlsn Inthis newspa- tub appls .5 ac. ilot on room w/fireplace, 2 car gar. deveoper. Near $219. Call 04-259-7574 8802638 or 5716564 welcomed904-2924424
per s subject to he culdesac, lblk from boat $199,900 beaches restaurants Netwk Really welcomed904292-4424
ll[Ial[f l Fair Housing Act which ramp $285K. 904610.9110 UndaPankaike278.2326 & golf course. EmentoF i-- Absolutely beautiful on
awmakes i t illegal to RE/MAX SPECIALISTS BeachBlvd.at 15th S. E St. Johns River w/dock FSBO Riverfront 3/2,
,, .. advertise "any prefer-- Open 1- dally or call OAKLEAF THOMAS RHODEN '- Nassau dockboathouse, fully
Happy Adsence, limitation ordis-pen r PANTATION RALTralN 3 ssau 992 Fruit Cove Rd. 3+ac dock boathouse, fully
Lost ound id crimnaton based n 315 Arlington RENTTO OWN for appt.904-241-2270 ount 2.5ml. 904262391 345renov$469Kobo.
EZ Q qualifying. Bad credit, 904-246 -9268 spacious 4BR/2BA/2car Baker Co. Florida r0en. tv. 612944 -6622b9
Clubsandrganzaios ce, coor religion gooarscredtok. brhomeoncul desac Thoas Rhoden Brkr
RidesTane O iaostat, ornda floal o Goreous All areas avail. Call KD FSBO PONTE VEDRA In resort community. 904-259-6431 Of 'ALTAMAHA RIVE LAKE ASBURY 3/2.5, rg
Rides/Travelstatus, or naonalorlUpgr Apling CO. GA 10
ginor an intention, to 3/2/2- ew Sears Properties 904566,6265 Tropical Paradise 4/2 Urdesgaloref fl S O6758 A H t LAKE A tSn3.15
aNotices keany such pref- i windows, new Scrnd htdpool& spa on fened backyard AMust Brandi Volz eie a
Personals rne mian laminate wood SAN JUAN AREA 3/1, ga preserve. Immaculate. Sel Priced to sell 9042515288 built in 2004. Over- 912366-8440 dts; $327,500. iSBO 282-3124
Prso s erence, hmitationor reldn cerai ho.e. Imcat e. c s $274900 0 Wi ll a ur enc ed f me 16
Dating and EntertAE discrimination floors ,lots of extras. New: siding, ceramic $562,850 9042342530 274.900 William Surrency sized kitchen with 912-367-4849 events

UBLI N EntI Ei estate which s in vio 90 4/514- 4 4 4 2 Coop 904-282-3289 acres $269,000
Familial status $220,000 call 551- 0206 tile&HVAC easy qualfy GigI Gonzales 742.1884 ACaLOTS6sted
includes children under low down 20.9 Jax Bch S on 1st St. 3/2.5 wwwprudentlainetwrkrealty. 10AC LOTS in Gated porch w/deck. cr LAKE AMPTON Ft.
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SSThisnewspaper will JOHNS RIVER 3/1Jacksonville 4b/2baA osit. Bch$e37s5,00 r New Quality Built Homes With
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Merchandise section readers are hereby All brick4/2 Prce Onsparkling lake, 2 car 2/1 condo. Remod CUSTOM BRAND NEW
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Auctions this newspaper are Home Loan Expert- Clay ERUPPER120K+/- 295K.Call891-6710 more410K. MLS#291933 master bra. pgrASTHSONES
available on a equal OH ry Bath JUS REDU MOATIVATED 904-4349374/651-5581 kit,Ig LR w/fpl, many
Michaelhorstein rtunity basis r Bun Seller Satin Sept7109940all Mike, First/ sq ASHLEYGRE MIS#2177 VICORIA AKONHOME
or plainof di oast Realty 9046358822 Y /1-on Arlintont, CONCREE BLOCK UPPER 50 Ba235. ft 000 Be2 50 sq ft 200 sq ft
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10th, 2006, and herebyO A number for the hearing dh 3 o6 904214-6296 Keller 21 otT rsE,-M g4rod2Bath sq ,
declared void. Issue a r o a I renH ecsovi r O e Pr 3 er private wood lotegr ig 'ORANGE PARK CC almost URnd iing .
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num3/2ber G DESIRABLE 65LOCA Susan owell, 24Kores neCallaFL ,0003 Bed -1888 ft
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SRiversideAF Patrick & Rachel Dorran214 W 40th St /186K.rsinfo th-110 q t s ft Beda sq
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W- 1 n 1636sf 2 strydetchd 5613-2 San Jose Blvd, H L299K 3/2. Estate size 542HartRoad qf Me rdeCourt 3216lRandsq ft
gar w boat cvr. 2891 JacksonvilleFL32207lot. 2170 Foxwood Ct. GREATSTARTRHOME- #31614 79,900-3Bed 29Bath-1994 sq ft $2254920-3 W L.oft Bed
4-11TFI104 11-W Dickinson Rd. Open Hse C028420 Orange Park 403-8869 h532nil-enton Drive N 5ath-2215 sq ft NEW HOMEON LAMEWITH BONUS
Sat9$249K Nag 463:1492 W, Bedl BatW-939 sq ft MURRAY HILL HEIGHTS MLS#9N3EW1 -HOME ROOMN- MLSAEWIT
4507 POst Seet SEFFIELD VILLAGE MLS29 10137 Lashre Dr
t$149K0 C 14619 KICK BACK Pmden0til 3R/BANORTHSIDEHOME $184,500-3.Bed2Bath-1152 sq ft d North Brahma Bull srdeq 7"
306 Intracoastal Network i$yr109,9:3 Bed I Bath-99806 Eft BEAUTFULHOME IN ROLLING RIVER EAGLE5W0-0eISLAND2MIB-82 f36
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307S andMar co .: -,. 4:. -.. '11- .l... . . . $132,00-3 ed2Bath-1118 sq ft I003 Nalle Drive WEST MILS# 92# 3 6
310Manda, .. ARUNGWOQD-MLS#2991 234,950-3 Bed 2Bath-1876 sq ft 045wVMerfall Dr.
320 e.1002 Mayer Drive V189.900-4Bed 2 Bath-195 sc Eft CAMBRIDGE ESTATES
325ergtyde o l l134,900-3 Bed I Bath-1264 sq f 0364e11Roead ,IVpiI-KCOR/2.SBAI
32ANrtJlkse ll r,,:.-" s:,-,-,' WOODMERE -WALK TOBLUE W235,0"4 Bad3Bath-2047 sq ft MARSHWINDS1 MLS#29927
3 pNorh sngvie l e ,,,- --,',' - ,u~:,~'aI,,idlln DINSMORE FARMS&1.5 ACRE LOT CYPRESS PARK 11788 Marsh Elder Dr.
3Downtown---01 ,i ..m. i.-ilWITH ABOVE GROUND POOL7474 4116WestlouDLane SHIRLEY OAKS MLS#31M679 9310,000-4 Bed2.5 Bath-2434 sq ft
330oBeaches Call ,101 .ONZALIES, 2. 1,, -Iq It .-.r .large ienc,.d SvcamoreStreet $189,900-3 BedM2Bath-1715 sq ft I3 l3MarcusLane
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308,afate H, __20 _2o 9J-2 919,500-3 Bed2Bath1554 sq ft COASTALWEST-M.LS#308$ 9 e
37 sFarms/Acreage TREE TOP.- REDUCEDTHMLE3 INSM 400 Hartwell Terrace WOM EAGLE
3820 1nvestmentCromm. 30 7 San Marco J '5, ,f2 -1 l 0 a 132am 1 t 'a lft 12836 LInksTerrace .12458,9003 Bed 2 2 Ba9ft0 N/- l
FotreSalentora26261$199,900-3_Bed.2 Bath-1687 sq ft KENSINGTON PRICED BELOW VALUE sq
For Sale ARUNGTON HILLS MLSn301953 MIS #312649
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,for wIld life: Deor. 100%, FINANCING Y ,255,00.-3n Bht 1a3n BaeWD-2256.+230 $4M0,900-4 Bed 2 5Bath-2,400 SqfIt
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WIHCALL MARIA RAYMER BETTER THAN NEW UNIVERSITY 259,00-3 Bed 2 Bath-1766 sq ft 9480D5 Bed 3 Bath-3753 sq ft
i_ WITH RE MAT 46,-1942 I11i1sls 2'u 5 lil UPDATED BEAULIFUL BRICK HOME PARK
I 3300SF RANCH 43assi EQUSTEION 5515 Riverton Rd EXCEPTIONAL4 BR /2.5 BA IN THE WATER FRONT HOME IN NORTH
1"H 22x54 ft o r m.e -tEr UI$ITE2 chi CULDE SAC' 012,000-3 Bed.2Bath-1626 sq ft OAKS AT EMERALD BAYI SHORE MLS# 316657
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Manufactured investment 405 Apartments Houses HousesHouses 425Manufactured Commercial
350 Waterfront 365 es 380 properties Ufurnished 420 Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished 420 nfnsed 425 Hme 505 nt
aLiveolnnvigablewater New4Bed2Bath ATTENTION INVESTORS RIVERSIDELg 1BR, CH&A, Argyle Chimney Lakes NORTH JAX SOUTHSIDE 3/2Irg NORTHWEST JAX
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e VIP RSt. 916261-90m $875/1o. Must Sell!CALL 6 for the best Investment $650mo+dep. 384. 6755 $1050m. 904276,1992 9PLEASE CALL 32207.9047371946, $IAWK+ DEPosrl83&4183 aVal, 400osf& 6ooosf
North CarCALLna9Lakefr0nt to doaub your ilnven- RIVERSIDE ARL3/1.5, 2blk from JU. SPANISH POINT4/2 1800sf, WS 103rd3/1.5$560 Call 72-8600
$,NEW nnPHASE toy 1i avall. 3633 College St freshly pnt w/d i. NORTNSIDE- 2/1, newly new apple remod bath CH&A WD HUWater
De$61 90 MKa9 -204 -8930 1Ibdrm, newly renovated Lg fncd yd w/deck. Pet renovated, hardwood Irs, Pool/boatramp, sec syst, I.cl, it Ep
DNrth C on9 La k0efnt A e sl y r MnO- I H RndI 7 21 VnA N T ooS U a be Level Prvate I struc t ion
1out with the old In with or 904 -470 -0004 $600/mo s0 Utll nci fee. 904,449 3277 new pt, w/d hkpCH&A, $1380 MO 343-8833 S DT 10,O0sf. Grade Level, ate Instruction
nt Ey ne vic a he n nBneo Anoe 6 0 Spe alt Training/
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cuade-tpkex ItSAN MARCOe1$703....a.4 ..Sanderson. & S ecatyT. Ei /
th n /Ioo l, N veca cpt R/D 1kit eq $850. & Mur H ll12/1 $725mu pets. $930m+$9 Os ec.
oowa tl waking t eraI A00METacres EL R IE ly ie. GeneratIest I &2AORSp l 904.724,.985/7254761 all have ch&a apps 904-619-5166/704-7154vents
of boatabnewaters.AllW@ HOME? TOP CASHII 3000/m oGrt Invest. CALL 398 4921No HUD Greg 376-56190 Bachelor on Westside d c .
out. Get on the priority list CONDOS 79k. $95kl Unique restored lofts. $656mo + $400sec. Cal ch/a Irg kit. wall to pets 860m+$8SOdp. $400m. 904-317-0729 For Sale t
t oday. 866-9302OME 10k below offer prices. Close to Sq. fr$710 696-8833 wall cpt,. nc yrd. on bus ,94 3491447de A Derson
tWE60 down, $495m .AshleH. ySt& Julia. $50ODn www.theloftssanmarco.com route. $600m 4249310 SIDE NEW TOWNHOUSE PRIVATE entrance & VENDING BUSINESS 3yr Movinto ay?
St. Johns River Lots NIcely landscaped, coy. 954 655- 3948. Exit Rity. 1450 Fiagler 395-9601 Arlington-Ft. CarolineParkATEentrabaE 60DE NEW TOWNHOUSErUtIEmaS
200x'99K. 2 other frnt porch. 904915393TH, 3/2.5. 11704Tanager N'SIDE -Nr Campus,B 2rta trft foun- drinksnack combo FREE Jrnsat
riverront00 ots Lots for $99K toSale OR t rEt! Prime Investment Prop- SOUTHSIDE 2br apts Dr. $850+$900rontsnac s ,F Ei a0

55veS contso lot L9ts 2/1, refs req. $575 + taln view. W/DSgeLOAn fo p o m/ 4 620 121 m depI emate
Sl b wide home, lots of across from the new Call 398-5161 or dep. Call 764-6941 $150m. 843 2967 1479 l f apt tee rma
Vacant Lt 1.2c w trees and land, country Harbortown Mari na on 346-0915 ToD ARLINGTON 3br/1,.ba, p C R Riverside, NAvondale n or 6 O a emca


on St1 Joh mer 15.00sf d h morPn Rent 5^ FS^ 1 erFlr ai/t
Sa Rs i #800-545 1 EH 1 r287SF, 7520 Dalehurt Oakea Plant. 4br/3ba St. mn/M2 Rv e Avo ofa
Ft, Caroline area $299K setting. Needs minor Fin Avail 9042218467 Dr $moWS $800 2619sf 3 car gar amen I n22 10s, Ortega area. 771-0278 rO N eupa
www.o awners.c im repairs.75,000. W B ES 3 WESlSlDE dew. Call 904743.9992 incaport, tenns, m ac ar d ra iMnc d. rn rme NSe, ul l For2 egt 1 ae. Z a 2R
(TPP7441) 813.732- 2991 504-786-9461 WEU5 H 2BR DUPLEX FENCED YDb aa pt IncE $500 m o
o UYS NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET ATL BEACH /Maport 4/2a $ 157m 904- 688 6 W/D inclu ed 6 miles 866-0693 292-4125 AVOND 1 r2
b VALENC D Y REF REQUIRED $595 778.2897 2611 Montal, newly OAKLEAF -4/3, + ofc from Maypor, 5 min- sutes. Rent ii uti, MEDAL TRANSRIPT
3/2 0 oremodes led $11cre50 mo.0A e lakefront, awesome Dutesfromeveeth ng. NORTHSIDEW e-all o-sutils shiatrsRen cnsftrll, ws ed ayCl rnOt
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/ $0 3e 0 r WSE Tu 904-687-4962 house. $1375mo. 100 mo $100 dep i, room in house janitorial $4934866 scrpton state certi-
904 reside s E rt bDg. 1- 8 1 arack, $25904-70- 6251 hardwoodfirsPupdated kit/ KLEAF 4/2, 2083sf ORANGEPARK StartS at$375utls Tran r 88l8lonINC
3C lots toott rreuse SU 2 rOU seS OrR clean 5border .uie9 4Cnd N4 891.584 L$5A Ep76-02 t F0
condominium or invest. All closing h, w/d hookupdetahed tons of upgrades g ST. JOHNSCO. -border. OAKLEAFPLANATION includes. GOINGFASTI 941-828-0051
S BETTER THAN BRAND MUST SELL -ver view eal Estate 410 Condomininms ,, -n3e ae. mt 9-38989entall new app l, $125mo. 75m.or unfur. Call Rod 343-8922 w.transcponschoo
BETTE/ TfR AeonD M CoSaleon -Riov vac P B nted EA$1350mo. 904-236-9889 Call 904-249-4146 nished, $450 non-smoker, MANDARIN 1200SF, 3 ALLIANCE School Of
EW -lyr new condo lot for sale on Ramoth Wanted BEACHES, NEPTUNE 2br/SJ-ao free water/ amenites, window offices, kit & MaLndn
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feels Iea house next have more than that In lanai, No / Pets $900 904 610 0867 fpl recreation rm, Grt 1W Br Ln ./ BEPARKSARE Cl 8808711 ext 410
to pool and mailboxes it. Please call 434-9776 HOUSES CASH! $1095mo. Call 505-3648 rm $1200+dep 334,6698 $1500.60322..6106362/287 2181 I -STORYHOME EW OFFICE SUITES (4 80.8070
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David. 904744A00N2 fromCSt. Mark's Marina. Quikogn 1614 Markex Beach/nthgSt /1900sf tlleflrs, Smonto garo.1500sf scrnd CEBASECASSOIassAPtOOL .
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scrn porch, many xtrass 111 ac. w/timber. Exc -
CMust SeeaP SBO 2 SOUTH A.646 hunting and hwri front Near Ait MAN brick culdesac lake twnhm 3/2. 5, c se Follon, Are: hme, I er r TRANSPORT DRIVER
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707 Driver

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


800-723-3424 for info

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

710 Industrial/
710 Trades

A/C INSTALLERS
Ex'd, with good ben-
efits & paidvacation.
Call 904 783 -6330
between 10am- 2pm.
CONCRETE DRILL & SAW
Operator / Trainee, start
pay $13/hr. & benefits
valid DR lic
EOE Call 262.9985'


710 Industrial/
Trades

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
Call 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
COMMERCIAL PROJECT
MANAGER estab. Inte-
rior General Contractor
looking to expand. Min
3yrs exp. Many ben-
efits. Call Tenant Con-
tractors at 268-1008 or
fax resume 268,8995
CONSTRUCTION SITE
CLEAN-UP Class D or E
required Full-time.
786-5503

CONSTRUCTION
SURVEYOR- Party Chlel
Minimum 41r _*oeri
,-nce Sur e, In i'..-Ir,
unaergrouna an 1 id e
work
Benefits. Apply in per-
son @ Jacksonville
Eighteen Construction,
Inc. or call 904-810-1925
or 904-260-6393 for
directions.
MAINTENANCE PERSON
For Steel Whse. Elec
tronics, Hydraulics,
Cranes, Forklifts:
Documentation, Plus
Other Mechanical, Etc.
Need Own Tools Corm
petitive Wage, 401(K),
Health, Dental, Pre-
employment Drug
Screen Fax Resume
904-766.0063 or Apply in
person 5051 Cleveland
Rd, Jax, FL, EOE/AA


Looking for Bilingual Editor
Be part of a growing company with
excellent benefits, great flexibility and very
competitive salary.
The #1 Latino Media Group of Northeast
Florida is looking for an editor for its bilin
gual publication, Eco Latino.
The person who applies for this position
needs to have a journalism background,
experience with newspapers, be fluent in
English and Spanish, have computer
knowledge and impeccable grammar in
both languages. Some of the duties will be
writing local stories, gathering photogra
phy material, working with news agencies,
etc.
To inquire or apply for this position
please email your resume to
luis.vienrich@ecolatino.com or fax to (904)
819 -3575




ORANGE PARK

Has the following positions
available in our Service Department


*All Skill Levels
*Technicians
*Service Techs
*Quick Lube Techs
*Porters and *Detailers


FULL TIME POSITIONS ONLY
WE ARE HIRING NOW!!!

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

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

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


710 Industrial/
Trades

Construction
ACE CONSTRUCTORS
a growing site contract
tor In Jax, seeks exp'd
-Roadway & utility
operators
* Finish Grader Operators
* Pipelayers
Top pay& benefits.
Apply at 8742 Lone Star
Road (904) 726-5990 for
details.
DECORATIVE CONCRETE
INSTALLERS needed.
Will train. Must have
wont trans & valid DL.
Call Jan 553.5857
FIBERGLASS
WORKERS
Paid benefits. Apply at
Southern Fiberglass,
41 Spring St. 387.2246
GRADER, DOZER,
TRACKHOE,
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 WilsQn Blvd. JAX. OE
LAWN CARE
SUPERVISOR
tafor bc.achs Post Control
co. DFWP. Good pay.
benefits Call 241 7874
MAINT SUPERVISOR
National Co. seeking
Maintenance Supervi-
sor for luxury apart-
ment community. Com-
petitive salary package
including benefits.
Fax resume to
904- 724-8693,
E.O.E. DFWP
PAINTERS
with commercial & resi
dential experience.
tools & transportation.
307-0110 DFWP
PIPELAYERS &
LABORERS
With 5 yrs exp. TOP PAY
BENEFITS & 401K. EOE
Drug Free Workplace
Callaway Contracting
904-751-8944 Call
between 6:30a & 8:30a

Maronda Systems is
seeking a residential
Service Technician for
the Jacksonville North
area. Must have own
truck and tools. Top
pay and great benefits.
Please contact Tommy
at 904-545-4750


710 Industrial/
Trades

PLASTERERS &
LABORERS WANTED
Top wages for Qualified
Individuals. Benefits
pkg avail 249-3049

713 Legals
FILE CLERK
for Riverside law firm.
Law office exp req'd.
Fax resumes to
Mark 904 398-0332

715 Management/
SProfessional

Personal Financial
Education Specialist
Jacksonvlile/Mayport, FL
Provides one-on-one con-
sultation, Information and
referral, classroom
training, workshops and
seminars. BA/BS in educa-
tion 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:
Zeiders Enterprises, Inc.,
3421 Commission Ct, Ste
101, Woodbridge, VA 22192.
Email/Fax resumes to
jobs@zeiders.com or
800-286-2703 visit
www.zeiders.com EOE


720 Medical
ARNP for Rural Health Clinic
Exp'd-ARIP / PA to take over
clinical management of
Family and Pediatric prac
twice. Current ARNP license-
experience In all aspects of
clinical treatment of all
ages. Excellent opportunity.
Great Benefits and salary.
Lake Butler Hospital
For further Information,
please visit our webslte:
www.lakebutlerhospltal.com
PH. (386)496- 22323
FAX (386)496- 1611
Equal Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace


ARNP/PA for EMERGENCY ROOM
PHARMACIST PRN w/Call
OR/RN CIRCULATOR. PRN w/Call
CERTIFIED MT / MLT -
FT/PT/PRN w/call
PHYSICAL THERAPIST -
CONTRACT PT/PRN
Lake Butler Hospital
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhosplItal.com
PH. (386)496.2323
FAX (386)496-1611
Equal Employment Opportunity /
Drug Free Workplace


FRONT DESK- full time,
fast paced family prac
tice office in Orange
Park. At least 2-3 years
exp. Good pay & ben
efits. F ax res
904,269-9805


SUPERVISORY
CONTRACT SPECIALIST,
GS- 1102-14/15
GS-14- $87,533- $113,791
GS- 15. $102,964. $133,850
Announcement Closing Date: 09/29/06
Relocation expenses will be paid.
Serves as the contracting officer with unlimited
signatory authority and as the principal advisor to
SERMC. responsible for government actions which'
transition the period from before to after contract
award.
For additional information and
to apply online for this position go to
https://chart.donhr.navy. mil/
or http://www.usaJobs.opm.gov/
Contact: Betty Williams 270- 5191 or Sharon
Kuykendall 270-5272 at hro Mayport for additional
information Department of the Navy Southeast
Regional Maintenance Center Mayport, Florida
Department of Navy Is an
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer


720 Medical

CUSTOMER SERVICE:
2 years edica exp.
& Bilingual Spanish
also needed.
MEDICAL CODER:
Knowledge of ICD-
9-CM & CPT-4 skills.
Must be able to
extract Information
from handwritten
records. 2 yrs exp a
must. EM exp. a plus.

Job Security, Op por
t u n i t y f o r
advancement. Ben
efit Package Includ
ing HMO /PP0
Options, 401K partici
patron, Dental Ins, Life
Ins Paid Vacation.
tax Resume To:
Martin Gottlieb & Assoc
904-596 -2751, Email
tara@gottllel.com


DIRECTOR OF PATIENT
ACCOUNTS FT
High School Diploma witfi some
college and/or related spe
cial training in collections,
business administration
required. Strong manage
ment and communication
skills a must. Great Benefits
and Salary.
Lake Butler Hospital
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospltal.com
PH. (386)496- 2323
FAX (386)496-1611
Equal Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace


PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT/
NURSE PRACTITIONER
for busy friendly Orange
Park family practice.
Bilingual -Spanish
Fax CV 269.1140


723 Dental ,


CLINICAL DENTAL
ASST
Experience required for
N'slde progressive den
tal office. Exc benefits.
4 day work week.. Fax
resume to 766-7021


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724 Educatioi 735 Restaurants/ 745 sales 755 Miscellaneous
Hotels


PRE. K TEACHERw/ CDA
& ASSISTANT
at the Cambridge Prep
School Competitive
pay, 401K & Insurance.
A great opportunity In a
growing school. Call
285.7997.

735 Restaurants/
Hotels

DANCERS, DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity no exp nec.
Will train. AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
(904) 247-4322
Flashdancers
2003 Blanding Blvd
Westside's newest club
hiring dancers,
bartenders, waitresses,
security.
Call 389-8273
* Housekeepers
* House Aides


4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216
904-296-2828
EOE/DFWP
LINE COOKS, FT/Pt
SERVERS
Min 3.5yrs exp. Pay up to
$14/hr. Call 220-211 or
apply within Queen's
Harbour Yacht Country
Club, 1131 Queen's
Harbour Blvd. EOE
Waitstaff, Cook
Bartenders, Doorstaff2
Call 399.1110
THE LOOP/MANDARIN
9965 SAN JOSE BLVD.
HIRING GRILL/PIZZA
COOKS days/Nights
262-2210


HOST/HOSTESS
PT/FT positions avail-
able, flexible schedules,
competitive pay, Day 1
medical available
Please apply in person:
6050 Youngerman Cir.
at 1295 & Blanding Blvd
in Orange Park
PIZZA MAKERS, COOKS,
SERVERS, CASH
REGISTER -For new
Jenks Pizza location,
Baymeadows / 9A,
Call 333. 5915, 519-5005
SERVERS, BARTENDERS,
HOST, HOSTESS &
DISHWASHERS
HARRY'S SEAFOOD
BAR & GRILL
Apply 2pm. 4pm daily
4495 Roosevelt Blvd.
SERVERS & DAY HOST
for Aqua Grill, 18 year old
upscale established Ponte
Vedra restaurant, Full Time
Great $$ 285-3017
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033

745 sales

AREA SALES
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*75 to 100 Leads per
week
*50K to 60K
Commission 1st yr
:Car Required
*Hospitalization
Available
*Phone & In Home
sales experience
helpful
*Distance Education
Art School
Call Kent Fletcher at
1-800-788-9534 ext 2
Art Instruction
Schools
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For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
$40 000-$100-000
Plus Benefits!
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OR CALL TODAY 783-8385

753 Security
SECURITY OFFICERS
G license required. 30
hrs/wk, $11.50 to start,
day shift only,
Call 904-891.2250
Lic. no. BB2600012
SFI HIRING
SECURITY OFFICERS
2120 Corporate Sq Blvd
Suite 26 Class D
Apply Friday's 9-4
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

DISPATCHER -needed
for large tucking co.
exp pref. Great pay,
Please fax resume Attn:
Tammy 904-632-0740
Call 904-632-2090 ask
for Tammy or Rhonda
Driver / Delivery Person
Immediate need
for a Driver/Delivery
Person. Must be able to
move heavy furniture.
Experience installing
office furniture a plus.
Apply at 6160 Beach Blvd. M. F
HOME CLEANING -
ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
* Car needed paid milage
*$100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace
HOME MAKERS, COM-
PANIONS & SITTERS-
Full & part time No exp
necessary will train
Please Call 537-6674


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b rInidht stands and Iw Thomasvllw e te rcgilder chair, two E Icsale. Sat 8-12. '971'noahsarcnursery n INCLUDES LARGE 0 new with trailer
lamps. Queen "i"'Martinique cherry end tables. -103 BLUEBERRY CT. wall art. Call Joann CAGE, GOOD HOME $6S00 obo call 714 064
mattress purchased Ing display cabinets man chaise lounge chrs, couch, china cab
from "Rooms 2 Go" $259eachall $550276 042 nt. ctr sg, cof. tbl compl.g Twodaggerone s, n i2 POMverytinyfemo wks, n21' SeaChaser-40
Sat. Sept16th alOam $d1n200 ombso. Clald 912c882.5895 desk, serger.sewingtb, 8t1pdersonkayakswcihhwit
S(Preview 9? A) 262M8809821 Q ca 4ee-ueen Size Bdm. c7 th. AlE most gon CLl wal s. 60a h WANTED. 15X, oboH Call 303-8090 t rc o 46
mattress g, ueaSPCIAnOLMPIS a yLcabinennset.uH e.dcbo rd cEhh condition call chrome ora lu-tiISteel prop, CD, bait
ie6210 iS eN. (St. Johns CoM s .) Antique Victorian room set head foot board KINGSLAND Moving Sale, after 5:30pm 882 3191 minum rims for POODLES Tosy, AC well due batteries.
Appliances .5 mi S Red Db Decker Bua condition dark dresser, mirror night stand, oak. Asi- Island Golf Comm. Lots WASHER/ DRYER k ng lug. Call Jim $400.9043899506
Arlis & ras 28 cars trucksvation nfoat mahcall lln ni 9012920052 ING ROOM TBLE 6 CHAIRS ofreat furn 1-95niture galore. 5520365 lug. Call Jim 26 ER1 new mtr, etc
Sold to2 c ghest bidder. Alln natural cloth askdng $ 50 AlP call 491-7996 4917996 ex6t L. at first light tile saw, misc tools, PUG -Male, AKC, 1st all toys, mint, $13Kobo.
Auctoios winning bidders are $175 call 8879042 Iv take 3rd L. onto Laurel truck box. 307-9145 s/ shots, HC, $500. Dry Stack. 46.5-7631


Building Supplies B E n 1LKSND2ORGEAT Peo lies NU2 VH Exos zG0
ini Cash de osit. b tables rustic wood BLUEnUEENeSLEEPER signs. s ze14 never worn SHIHTZUAKCR. w/tw Rin 22 Suzuki
business ce oldBeaseyCA chanln and metal. $75 obo SOFAOVblueST/AD Kngsand moving 50 new will sell 6F M all colors a 1990 maxium bow
CAlo orsaB BeaU l c5I i table $30 Dena- for set. Call Sonja t RECLINER,$40.DIN- sale 91 7a for $500 obo. Call 30 Call Diana2917745 4 . 4500
Equipment aor Fu ure BED $100 1/1 chair 901 292 0052 I8NGROOMT 51ECHAIRS, future galore. 5203 a 65 Sron SUZUKI/TOHATSUc.



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Comp este QsLarry Miller at 904,a808.el9922 C3 NDCABINt, $4 ISSa, exit eTirst wtLIsMa nw shots & wormed, M/F, $142,000. 912-266-0003
oMainery and Tools BakED $135 N PT box & k metal frameal w/ ighto or signs WET/DRY VAC374-3005 $22504 bo.90214427/ 40601 authorized NiYDRA SPOerviceT 93'
CrafThrift Stores W/ 3 metal and 1 glass $.fSA R -o ,4j '.~ CRAFTSMAN, 16 GAL- AHYDWESTIE- upCRC,fem. CENTER CONSOLE,



Medical pe mattress, rant d named, 4uw/ 4 glass shelves iSOFtare AND excellent toys, furn, tools, etc. N O5H BEAGLE RES TB i2rs old 7 WETEDN,
Miscellaneous shelf $50. Call s510. 7104 912 510.7104 Co mg $400/SET OBO, RT EveGA hi g Mu st aGo. WhS ON HSp PNe up Tr Boats, MoorsUTrailers



Merchandise IM- BED $299 Brand name Kg For sale raco in sell AP call 4917996 family garagesale awS cG O Chihuahuas, Doxies $22 bo. 9042827357 Any Condition!
MAKE OFFER.A2976BerAdoptsPetO GUARD EUIPT, GALVA-
Musiate Sal ndise tys BDRM illtopSET 6pc Nwcl. EMAIL nice Dr. Fri & Sun 9-3 G two Pom SheltiePood HorseKennelWarehouse
FamPlantingOFFICE LIQUIDATION matt set, new In box Dolphin shape" calunturners@aol.com $45.268-2482PeNIZED,sTRAITVHF RADIO,




Photorah Paid $3500 sell warr. Can del. 391-0015 mattress, c M tne a m chi u h celestion V-30. Solid www.petworldpets.com 1096 18th Street 354-7634 WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
Fruits/Vegeables BaYre for info $549. Can del. 391 s table two end pics avail upon request MANDARIN -Sat 9 / 16 Livestock& Suppli es DAN.2321-5912/$6600




Fie s- taanble;siedweED9d 7:30amESTFunIcl hbAnimals Wanted
FSnlki. household BEDEw #1 BEST PRICE tables one couch SOFA- It blue with Ang bab UTERs cl N 21' 1990 maximum bow
GardenLawn 4 7.5' Cubicles King $160 (904)674405 7789167 good condition Thornewood Subdv. Off Drum Sets (150) $149UPST BORDER COLLIE-p L e do 9P er ond
Wantedto Buy or Trade 20" gold chain. Al $950 Excellent condition Famustsell $85. Cal Greenland Rd. 5350 Newpc& hdwr$349237-5469 condition. condition pri
$400ator Office Furniture D 8589350 Can deliver $150 .P. Call 2760426 Garag Sale 7059 WinroseFals Dr. 7 8FLEA PIANOS/Wurlitr & FREE. LocatedNAS
F160$ard print chkrs BPdr$1200,87.5i5 8 SUZUKI/TOHATSU

M fiy and Tools lCol cteBED $135qN PTbox& Stan, .black metal ti coffee stand, 1/4 River Blvd. 4 family sc r e a, Ees0.3u74930022737 Authorized Nissan Service
mattress, brandSt a caratsze7so- house sale. Dishesnm,.s cond,$500.729.7643 &e B EGEsBl
taire ring, exc cond, ROCKS 20/ PR 608-2285 bear bed exel ite rngExcellent toys furn BCADEtools, etc.R i BEAGLE REG. T 12yrs old WANTEDI




Smoking must sell Ap condton.Call7293390 Ul enS Puppies $299-up Trained most Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Merchandise cal 491 BED $299 Brand name KgAlong 4w9lith cl lS17996 fai Iy garage sale, BOXER PUPS ACA re Boat Dockage & Rentals










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MusicalMedchandise l clarity L4god. e pill top SET. New, w/ asbabycri a with books clothes, furn Cab lestion C i h a, Poodle A ny Con s a d eon
Photographyad $3500 sel warr. Can del. 391-0015 1 mattress, chang- home decor items, kit G12H-30 two Horse& Kennel Warehouse E S AR84
Pot$2500 have original table, and- teams and much much celestion V-30. Solid www.petworldpets.com 1096 18th Street* 3547634 WEEKS MARINE 3871440
P table Budings recent 9042207886 BED $354 Beautiful new dresser.ike new $200 more. Corner of San birch wood construc- Pet World 262-4646 www.horseandkennel.com
MaPublicoSales tepedroo MEM. box4$2 I much more Juan and Heschel St tion. 8 ohm stereo.
$2001 Call 912729-7982 cal91882586Sat Sept 16th 81 Brand new $450 firm. BEAGLE PUPS AKC pups Commercial Vehicles 10ales, service, Pawks
& matt-n indr p 20 nlsi7vrCall 904,710,6184 Ch. bloodlines $250ea.
d s agement ring warr398-5200cande Full size mattress n orBARGAIN HUNTERS GALRE PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA 259.5342/904364-8027Rentease ELITE SPECIAL ED
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M Trailers and t rin r04B $395 Sr w setn S a Toubaria ra Se muam o e a25% e c sailboatwith
S diamond ring cherry sleigh bed w/ Guestroom use. YourGarage Sale at WHOLESALE.710141 $30, for more info, J extrasails.Good
WaUCted to Buy or Trade 20" gold chain All for matt. & box RQueen Pow Top detail $950. Excellent condition Fal Annual The Market Pace 237-546 condition price:






















WARE BACK!! Wed. 5:00 8:00PM; Still in plastic $150, Atlantic/Beachr craftsmen Tools e:WITH TRAILER CALL FREEKittens8 GP1300R & Yamaha UA
$400 obo. 912-,720 7643 8589 350 Can deliver $150 O.P. 4)all 2764042605 GarageSale 709 Ramona, 786-FLEA PIANOS/Wurlitzer 0 FREE. Located NAS
Th r SM/CRC reg, hth cert. P Marina no trailer. Call
,: White Storage BED FRAME $20,MS05 Furniture-White W iave I large Lery heare O r 5 M ess 8ar Si ol 5490 904-309-2176











FD PALM, $20 2p wo 8 wks old 904- 765 3084h n
Si Fuml pture7 White3 SIL, $0 S REE i u babb c changing air conditioned See our ad under theA tnS
4. LNri,$ 24Coffee Stand; 1/41TPLNPBOK, $45 BOYDS BEARS 4 'F tab e/dresserBO
caratsize 7 soli- WALLHANGING$2SCD T$100, pinkFtoddler building &R4 garagesale§iona BOXER -pueps, fawn!a
lB Ai5efd wof gtpe roa A $0 ots
moving must sell AP cond iti on. Call 729 3390 o u x MOWER 2004 Call 588-5169 Sailbots
ELECTRIC STOVE all 4917996 Sut-Double bed Along with LESS THAN HRS, BOXER PUPS A g, Boat Dockage&Rentls
wht $100. Exc cond i ith mattress Wallunit RUN TIME 18HP. 42 "R 2F GREAT DANES AKC Marine Equp ent

S$ m ( Srm ank A F K a m o M s DECK, AUTO TRANS CRUISE, l POP, 904- 824t 4076 94 th
904-673 4747 hest dresser, and chased in Ger- Filled with $11 .771-2829 Fal Annual ae and Suppli es Wheel RV- ac






































Cars Starting at $1500 CashhK4C5InGRH0
nightstand. $900 Calld many great con- BOXERS AKC Purebred RV Rentals m crowave
5520365 ditlon Authentic 1000's of FILL DIRT CHEAPI Chmn BdlnTails efrgeratosi
w w w .northfloFor Sale Kenmore oakwood cabinet docked dewcw Vs and Supplepas needed $4000
heavy duty JC 32 SDTV MODEL carvings and bar. Must house-ho items,I removed. $700(F) MotorcyclesMs Bikes 904505-7160 or
waAV 32F577, LIKE NEW Bedroom Su Onlycastring trim-881-542-8811
tric dryer good kL WORKS GREAT $100. two (2) years old. Full / elsfurniture,p os, Re= gas $75trin trim904 M 225- 8238/583--9325$Auto Brokers
condition $220 obo. Call CONTACT KYLE bed,box spring, mat- Large Panasonic orans, obby ea Bowflexuto Pas 40' GRANVILLE 1990runs
Charles 880-5995 843-367-8928 tress night stand, microwave blower/vac gas Trainer Like new! CHIHUAHUA -Born July Antiques/Classicse
chest, and dresser/mrror. akrtopl rainitemsars $50. Both in good con- $500 obo12h,2 Males, $175 tiques/Classics tires in d sh
csad0Automobilesnes t. work. ASng
Sony Flat Screen $200 obo 268865 $60, large speak- &, crafts & much, edition call 375-9735 Bcash. 588-4665 A $11kobo. 904-2230589
WahnTV 32"-Wega dual _7 fr t-- (4 $0 Bowflex XTL- Trucks/Trailers/SUV's
S Machine$12- Ituner, PIP paren-; each 17. computer muchlmore. I E entCondi- CHIHUAHUA PUPSI TL
| I Mayta d S,$ tal control, wire- Redroom 4Pc Set $298 monitor $40, metal tion $800 obo. $250, 3M/3F. Ready 9/18 Vans/Buses AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
=gdryer12cotro.Wire2-768-39780MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
Dea Both for less headphones. $499 desktop $20. Must Sell 742-7851 904 $2000 o Less ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
$2001 Call 912729- 7982 call 912-882-5865 13 DAY TENT SA XE!I 904.264.9028/309.3298 3405 Atlantic Blvd. W t" Custom Surf- CHIHUAHUA -AKC, pups, Commercial Vehicles Sales, Service, Parts
ITwin Hdboards Frombl0 I 1/4 carat size 7 boards.6'3" Seven IM, IF, fawn colored, Misc Auto J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
End Tables From S39 Living Room ST. solitare ring. 4| Seas $200; 6'2" lOwks $350 537-8542 Alachus (386) 462-3039
Whirlpool electric IVD/VCR Combo S59 II / Suit-soa, match- Fri & Sat8am -' Excellent Condi- usions $175. A Autos/Trucks Wanted 1.80 541-6439
I range $165. Two EstateSales_ 11 19" TV's From S59 ing chair & Otto- (Rain or Shine) tion moving must Steal! Call Lynett Cocker pups $275. Auto Rent/Lease
years old for more 125" Color TV's From S99 1 man, end tables, sell AlP call 491.7996 525-2868 Dachshund pups $275. ELITE SPECIAL EDTON
details p Ihone B Langston's Presents I3Pc Sealy Qn Bed S1991 coffee table, lamps NEW MERCHANDISE Dalmatian pups $350. 5th Wheel '05 42' 2/1.54
472-1417 or777.6660 60001SqFt Fulso much Sofa & Chair S298 large painting (south- BROUGHT DAILY. For sale Bowflex Yorkie pups $650.slde outs. W/D, dish
anytime. antique, 50's, iron & selecttech220 904219-0974 washer, 2 ACs. $43K
contemporarytfurn. CORT CLEARANCE 268.8656 ARL -Family Treasures dumb bells call 386-467-9204
Noritake Nippon, (oENTER furn, rugs. Fri-Sat 9-1,o Kim778-2464. You DACHSHUND PUPS Turbo Pride
Mirrors, Military, RR, (904 396-9000 I Loveseat and Sofa 4871 Tocobaga Ln. must see to believe choc/tan, hbck/tan $200 Turbo Prideel-
in Trains, Dresden, Ster- / $200, Mahgany Craftsmen tools 904-349.3209 Iv msg ciriscoe
ing Art (listed), Fish-nlk0 table w/4 chairs Sale plain/band saw, treadmill with 7" Dog Run 'xS'$55, Used less than 10
ingVintage clothIng, Black natuzzi 9 l$250, Large Oren- 9/34 families.e i t
Orientalia, Cameras / leather couch and tal Rug $100. Call 4|0 10827 Wahine Dr. radial arm saw, fiat screen TV with Large breed dog hours. Paid $3400 sac- I
Pottery, Jewelry, Books. ~~' loveseat excellent 721-2939 will negotiate. k All kinds of items chop saw, sander. Call fan call Kim IGLOO $3S Deal! rifice $2400.
Holiday. Paper and so condition $500. 7.2 off St. Johns Bluff, Greg 778.2464 Both for $80! Call 904215-5889
AUCTIONS much morellil ll Call Dave 757.39&-7026 Matt. Set Queen Pillow Top between 904-588-8471/751-6776 9127297982
WE ARE BACK!! Wed. 5:00.8:00PM; Still in plastic $150, Atlantic/Beach. Craftsmen Tools JWEH TRAILER. CALL( FREE Kiwtek s 8 GP130oR & Yamlaha
1425 Hwy 17pSo Saturday 8:00am-1:00pm mattress full lin- Garage Sale Sat- band saw, radial 264-4764. $45000B0. ood home. Call Dbl ga v trr. $19Kobo.
A32A68offfHogan/sawsandecaLefIt handeduour leave7message. 16' Car Skiff C. Con. ee
SB 32Side $450 obo Ca New Quen $370 Everything must 904.558.8741 o week set foremost tour
10% P, 284-2232613-6450 www.blangston.com 904-291.3450 10 yr Warr. (904)674-0405 go! ends 904-751-6776 series. Woodsone, oQ, Frne-etgood4home 2top 20 H Honda
three, five irons.s neearld 4 h
PAINT BOOTH $4000. 778-9167 Great with chil-
Chart 10 ton co vision pull- dren, housetrained, 16 ft. Gheenee
Ing floor system, $3500 . Left handed golf great personality. T canoe with 2 fish-
2 post lift, $1400. Baidor 1.5hp set-tour series Contact Sarah for info ingseathookup RVYHaving Fun Yet, Inc.
buffer with stand, $300. woods 1.3- 5 irons 337-255-4451 or brackets. Must sell
Electric bead oroler, $250. three thru pw calunturnersgraol.com $200 Dana 887-4624 Low Overhead, Low Prices
All in excellent shape $145. Mint condition Tampers,5tWeelswSldeMin
Make offes 386-793-6473 cal Walt 778-9167 GOLDEN RETRIEVER pups 17'2 2004,SEA FOX Campers, Pre-Owned Motor
Nordic $400 218-349-1511. kt TOP POLLING PLAT- Fancy Showroom, No Pushy
Track-C1900 FORM FISH & DEPTH SalespeopleStraight Talk,
k1L L treadmill, brand GREAT DANES-AKC 8wks FINDER RADIO GALV Low Prices
new condition 1st offering $500 each. TRAILER $14K. 242-8293 Exit 366 Off 195 Next to Pecan
a MEDICAL SCOOTER $600 Call 904-291-9225 Merles. Will go fast. park Flea Market
)ERALLYP 904-879-1705 J Searay 180 (904) 714- 9939
REDCACOAPKING I UNIVERSAL TYPE GREAT DANES AKC PUPS. 3.01t. 139HP 40 SCOTTY221987 Hunting
$850NEG C.DALLK716-7197 PULLEY, STACKED Black/ blue S/W $500o h s only, war- Camper.$3s00obo.0
WEIGHT SET, WELDER 904-259 -8304/ 254-2607 ranty GPS garmin Detais at 904-508-9780
MODEL, WESY 19511 gavanized tra er.
BARELY USED. WEIGHTS KITTENS 8 WEEK OLD Much more $11K call Bounder MH 100 321
INCLUDED, $50. FREE TO GOOD HOME. 705.4616 eave es 2 Slides, Loaded, Mint, Buy it
912-729-7552 4 CALL 904-316-4585 sage. Wholesale. (904) 714-9939
(2) 14" tires $25, TOTAL GYM. LEAVE MESSAGE Caer 3207
IF' toyota wheels, $100/obo LAB PUPPIES AKC all AIF Cabinee,
4 1$7S microwave, $20 (904) 200-9110. colors, ready 9/13. s/w, t nlenepsxIfuls
w/monWtoEP491,-fishing W93-3663Ogalley912.two3head
eqpt rods, reels, $10 HOME WEIGHT SYS-9I
an up. Call 771.4674 TEM, LIKE NEW, $100 LAB PUPS AKC Yellow
-*P r o d u c t s OBO. CALL MARK Quality English lines. 1999 Four Winns CUSTOM CHOPPER
10X161 Storage 904-537-0034 MUST SELL $400 284-6606 0with trailer. Only 6-SPEED, TRANS
shetsmelectric LAB PUPS 40 hours like new BLK/PRPL CUSTOM
area$900obo.You Choc.&blonde. AKC. tons of upgrades. GRAPHICS/PAINT, LOTS OF
90 4 645 5~700 co m Blue leather Jaguar vs Dallas Cow LABRADOODLES, 3M/iF
9 I 4 645-57I 00sleeper-bar bro- boys-2 lower lev. 30yd First generation. 11wks. ag
t ken-Sofa $100 line, section KK. Other B9k.$500. 904-246.484M
northfloridaa uto Ethan Alien twin games avi. upon request. MINI DACHSHUNDS -
ww ~ o t fo ia uoc mMr. Coffee $0cag Call2M, $400.
215-6886 1 Call 874-7915
8336 Beach Blvd.-- Brought new iMIN PIN -AKC, 2M, 2 F,
B .machine selling 8wks, $300, call Karen
old one. Touch Enclosed TrIr Side/Rear 850-251-3693
Jacksonville, Florida Ultra test Doors, 6X10, new MIN PIN AKC Black &
[* II f i l *, , 4 **P, ** *(x stripss plus 100 lancets. tires/spare. 7k lb axle tan, 8wks,
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* SBD46R bunked
with dresser $200.
Call 434,5122
* Crib, changing table
[ Jenny Lind. Noahs
Sarc serendipity
B bedding set with
mobile. Best offer
Joann 904 772-7133
Deep freeze chest $50,
Texas holdem poker
table handmade $150.
Please call 757-469-4167
ELECTRIC PATIO GRILL
S, LIKE NEW, $80. DIN-
t ING ROOM TABLE,
WITH CHINA CABINET,
$1500. ASSORTED CHIL-
DREN TOYS, $20. 249-1666
Encyclopedia
World book, also
IlB | childcraft edu-
Scational edition
and series of classics.
Only $350, firmly Call
264.1506
0* 0 EXERCISE BIKE
LIKE NEW, LARGE SEAT
* 0 WITH BACK SUPPORT
TRACKS TIME, SPEED,
CALORIES, DISTANCE.
CALL 278-9996. $100
* Electric patio grill
like new $80
I dining room table
with china cabl-
net $1500, assorted
children toys $20.
249.1666
FILL DIRT CHEAP!
904. 497-9666
For Sale Yerf Dog 2
seater go cart
runs great $450
751- 6776
V Fish Tank-10 gal-
lons $10; Ency-
clopedia Britan-
nica complete set
S1985 collectible! $15 Exc
cond call 645-0630
FOR SALE: Dryer
s $25, Gas trimmer
I $30, Lawn mower
$60 self propelled.
Call 292-1040 or
338-1264
4, FOR SALE- 8000
SBTU AC $70, ceil-
Sing fan with light
$10, male blue
suit $25, brass bed full
$100. Call 912-496-4885
S Honda Accord
01- coupe, 4cyl,
eI kl auto, sunroof,
loaded, clean. New
tires, tune-up $9500
obo. Call 912-729.8667
leave msg.
SKing size BR set
S27" TV, Surround
4 M sound sys, Micro-
wave, Photosmart
printer, Ent. center.
904 662- 6904
/ In original boxes,
S exc cond, email
Sand we'll send you
Henrypertkl4ewiczyahoo.com
Motorcycle
SJacket-brand new
Sand gloves for sell.
Call 631-1047
MOWERS SEVERAL
S TYPES, $40-$600,
TREADMILL, $100.
LAWN AERATOR, $50.
CLARINET $100. ORGAN $50.
CAHFING DISH, $50.
904-272-7352
PCS move near Jax
SAirport 4/2 house
k jt available Sept. 7,
2006. Call
904386 3724
PERSONAL MOTION
S THEATER WITH
TRAILER 2-SEATER,
360 DEGREE SPIN,
GENERATOR, COMPUTER
SEQUIPT., MANY EXTRAS,
OFFICIALLY REASSIGNED,
$36k. 674-3709
WHIRLPOOL, BISQUE
COLOR. $300, WICKER
BAR AND STOOL,
BLACK METAL FRAME, $10.
EACH CALL 282-4244
TOOL BOX for PU truck
Diamond plate $150
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*jj custom stretched
chopper 2005, S&S
carburetor, paint,
'. much more.
Garage kept 11K miles.
Call for pics
912.57& 3437
.. E Arlington MLS#
S307600- 4/2 2,094 sf,
-. ,JI gated community,
.... remodeled kitchen
master bdrm bath, tile/
hardwood, stnls sti
appliances. $304,900
PCS orders997.6i61/
542Q-2119 x149.
A Harley Davidson
V. ROD '04 black
S with chrome, 4K
miles, extended
warranty extra seat,
exc condo lion. $14,900
call 269-2004
-S Harley Davidson
Flat Electra Glide
'* 02-8k miles,
black, one owner,
garage kept, plenty
chrome, many acces-
sories $14250
904-727-9283
: Harley Davidson
SFLHT Electra Glide
02 8K miles,
black, one owner,
garage kept, many
accessories, lots of
chrome. $13,000
9046.727-9283
S. HARLEY DAVIDSON
98' HERITAGE SOFTAIL
S20K MiLES, INCLUDES
ALL ORIGINAL PARTS
PLUS ADD. ONS AND
UPGRADES $12,00. CALL
S 378-1568
a Harley Softail
T '05 -StandardN
S only 2600 miles,
tons of upgrades
$13,999. Contact Jhan
904-422-3406 or
Jhan.nixon@navy.mil
4_ HD SPORTSTER 03'
SXLH 883,CST WHLS,
SLOTS OF EXTRAS, 3000
HN CHR PKG, 3800MI, EXC.
S COND., GAR. $6800.
S 568-9653/ 642-0725
14.D. STREET GLIDE -'06,
vivid black, all factor
.'extras, many chrome
'Upgrades, 600mi,
Bought in Aug. Hardly
driven due o back


HONDA CBR 1100 BLACK
SBIRD -'98, 3900 mi,
Showroom quality,
asking $5k 912-496-6146
; HONDA DIRT 2006,
SA'T BIKE 230 CC
< 4-STROKE, PERFECT
49 CONDITION, RED, LESS,
20 HOURS, RIDE TIME, KYLE,
338-7485 0OBO.
HONDA GOLDWING 05.
Excellent condition low
mileage Sliver. 14.000.
S904-278-650O
SHonda Rebel 250
S'04Great starter
bike, under 1,600
miles. $2000 obo
904-563-7750
HONDA SHADOW
SPIRIT 2005, BLACK,
E 745CC, V-TWIN
ENGINE, 2800MILES,
SSADDLEBAGS INCLUDED,
: $4999 Od. CONTACT KYLE
-, '.-, 843-367-8928
Suzuki Intruder
S 1500 '00 new tires,
S I f brakes, cobra
S pipes man
'extras. $5000 751 776
T; B. S or 588-8471
.9. ', Suzuki RMZ 250
S'04-Exc cond, low
n I hours on factory
rebuilt engine.
S$3600 obo 912-729-7932
.. VISION CRUISER 2005.
S 250 ALARM FLOOR
LEX BOARDS, BACK REST,
LOADED WITH
j CHROME, NEVER TITLED, 40
MILES, 387-5672/$3k
S Yamaha 650
S'00-Import cus-
tom cruiser, won
Five trophies 2,00
miles garage kept
chromed $7000 obo.
... all 910-0350/631-4776
"- Yamaha YZF600R
'02- Exccrnd
S D r comrrt 5iole
records 3 3laol Ak-"
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-*" -4V AFE cold air intake
I for Dodge Ram
I 1500, 5.7 liter,
d includes filter
&, $150. Call 904- 291.-9225
; ;COMPLETE MOTOR
;300cU In. 6cyl, $500
904-642-0216
A.l, .A New tires on Ford
M i. F- 150 rims. Toyo
S Proxes S/T 275
0-J" 7R16. Must sell
.$450 Dana 887-4624
Tires and Rims
S".... original off Ford
J F-150. P275/60R17
with 10K miles $200
all four. Call Brenda
614-4148


A ACURA 2005 TL,
BURGUNDY, FULLY
t|LOADED. WITH TV/DVD
PLAYER, FACTORY/
AFTER MARKET RIMS, CALL
904-386-3724
ACURA INTEGRA '00. 2dr,
leather, loaded.AT/AC,
77K. $9975. 674-4444
ACURA MDX '03
NAV, DVD leather, extra
S clean $21,988
TPM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
q |7\ ACURA TL '04
SFully equipped
$24,995. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(y ACURA TL'04
Champ/Tan
Spoiler,Only 15,000
*, Miles $25,990 998-0012
iElXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A. Acura TSX
W-T 0 '04-Silver, 6CD
*. changer, leather, 6
vRspeed, VTEC, 120K
highway miles. 30mpg
$16K Firm call 305-3224.
f7% AUDI A4 QUATrRO
2005.5 Fully equip
$27,740 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
AUDI S4 '04
65P, V8, DK Blue awesome
" ,.,. r car $37,688
. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BMW 330ci '02, convert
able 22Kmiles, gar kept
Car cvr, wind scrn, new
tires. $31K. 912-266-0003
I BUICK LACROSSO0
- vsy. Extra low miles,
{? Fully equip. $17,990
- ,i.EXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
-" (cADILLAC'S
-See our ad under the
.garage sale section

Angel Aid
Fall Annual Sale
CADILLAC CTS 03
"* .... Low miles loaded
. '; '.' immaculate $19,988
, 'TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEVILLE "0,)
Red meijhlic. l,-rher
loaded. entcr clear. 81K
miles $12.9'5 674.4-14-1
CADILLAC DEVILLE DTS '00
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TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4817
; CHEV MALIBU MAXX '05
MNRF. LTH-R. DVI,. 30MPG
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


CHEV MALIBU LS '05
Sunro.:,. 32mpq PL. PW
113.4 0
GORDON CHEVROLET
S 904-272-2200
CHEV MONTE CARLO SS
'03PS. CC LT-R PL PN
.INRF $ii..BB
GORDON CHEVROLET
;. 904-272-2200
,CHEVROLET IMPALASS '04
':. Lthr sunroof 10k miles
S" sharD $18.988'
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 311-4877
CHEVROLET MALIBU '01
V J1.,- T1"1-.." er, r.e5 .,,m
- rOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO
'02 Lr-% .WII,'. lJ. 3.:
5mn-4a.:l-' 1 5 ii
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 311-4877
CHEVY AVEO '04
o :n, rl'/, 231., miles .
$(10,495., 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY CAVALIER '90
.i- 1 owner $595
564-7821
CHEVY CAMARO '94
Mechanics Special
*. T-topsl Big V8 $1495
564-7821
r CHEVY IMPALA '01
Automatic, excellent condi-
tion, 13,000 miles, $7800.
904.287-4223 after 4pm '-


SChevy Cavalier
'92-2dr, 5spd cold
ac. Original very
good condition.
$2800 226- 8055/786- 8051
V Chevy Camaro
IROCZ -86-T-tops
rebuilt VS, new
paint, tires, flow-
master, pw.pdl, $6000
obo. 693-889/716- 0857
C'I CHEVY CORVETTE
'05. speed, extra
low miles. $40,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
.U. Chevy Corvette
'81- Rod, .
owner 95K 11.-
$156,000 1 l
317.1525 or 778.-0605
4 Chevy Corvette .
I '81-red/red, 95K
miles, $15,000 one
owner. Call Bill
317-1525 or 778-0605
S Chevy Corvette
/ 95-Convertible.
4, metallic red w/
white top, full
power, matching hard
top, automatic, ZR- 1
wheels $15,000.
868.4222 after 5pm or
weekends.
CHEVY LUMINA '94
Runs well
564-7821
CHRYSLER SEBRING
'04 LTD. Only
20,000 Mi. $16,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
S DODGE 2001
1500,318 AUTOMATIC
S 4X4, RHINO LINER
DIAMOND TOOL BOX,
NEW TIRES TOW PACKAGE,,
94k, $8500.242-8293
DODGE D-50 WITH
S CAB, 150 K MILES,
$600. CALL 292-1040
OR 338-1264
DODGE MAGNUM RT '05
Leather NAV alloy wheels
Sharp $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD CROWN VIC '05 13k
miles immaculate $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG CVT '00
White V6 Automatic must
see $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG GT
'05. Only 2600
Miles. $25,670
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG GT '04
V8 Low miles
gorgeousl $16,988
TOM BUSAUTOPLEX 371-4877
Ford Mustang
0 '02-V6, pony
41 package, red
nothing wrong
getting new car. Call
912-576-2759 or
912-573-4009 $10,000.
FORD MUSTANG '04
V6, PL PW, AUTO $12,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD MUSTANG '98
Sporty! Low miles! Take
our payments of $159
WAC 564-7821
FORD MUSTANG GT '97
White, AT, loaded, low
miles. $7975. 674-444
FORD TAURUS '06
Sunroof leather alloys
nice!! $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, Honda Accord EX
S'9 7-89Kmileslots
Lof modifications
S extra parts, needs
paint. $3800 obo or
trade. 904-662-9021
H HONDA ACCORD
NEX '05. Leather,
sunroof, CD, fully
equipped. Extra low
miles. $21,595
998-0012 -
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
H Honda Accord
S04-'2dr, pw, pi, ps,
t | abs, 4cylI must sell
23K. miles. Blue
book value $19,115.
$17K. obo. Call Mike
904-778-9013
H, Honda Accord EX
S'9 9-2dr AT 3.01tr
1 JVtec, 85K miles, 1
HownerD leatherA
loaded, white extra
clean. 542-1040 or
269.1478
HONDA ACCORD LX 93
4dr, Immac. cond. $3750.
Must see! 904-334-4888
HONDA ACCORD EX '02
35Kmi, Ithr. sunroof,
$13Kobo. 904- 783. 0370
HONDA CIVIC EX '05
Low miles just slightly
used $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC '04
AT, AC, CD, 38mpg
$12,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA CIVIC LX '02
4dr Love at first sight $7488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 Honda CRX
88 -Good shape,
| 124K miles $2700
obo. Call 742-7851
for info.
4 Honda CRX
'88&$2500 obo. Call
l for info 292-4094
HYUNDAI XG350 '04
V6 low miles very sharp!
$15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
7 INFINITI FX45 '03
9 Fully equip $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


INFINITI G35 Coupe
V '04 Pearl white/
tan, extra low ml.
$27,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JAGUAR SType '03
4.2. Extra low mi.
$23,480, 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Jeop Liberty Ren-
~ Oad0 '03-60K
n1ileS, all power,
hlt l, ,i. in- pIoC i 3:ue
00 ,-1110 PlM St 5 1l1
904-993.-2629
KIA OPTIMA'04,
% O: Only 15,000 miles,
fully equip. $12,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
KIA RIO '04
4dr 3000 miles like new!
$7988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '95
Cleanl All the options
low miles! $2895
564-7821
MAZDA MILLENIA '02
Pearl met. w/belge Ithr,
at/ac, moonroof loaded,
58K mi. $13,975. 425-4320
MAZDA MPV 91'
S157 K MILES, CLEAN
S INTERIOR, 2 NEW
FRONT 71 RES COLD
A/C, $1900 CALL 292-1040
OR 338-1264
/7 MAZDA RX8 '04
Fully equipped,
beautiful. $17,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCEDES C230 '99.
Black, leather, loaded,
76K mi. $13,975. 674-4444
MERCEDES SL500 Sport
'98 2 tops, low mi, fully
loaded. 904- 280- 3479
Mercury Grand
SMarquis '87.20,
auto, cold ac cd
player, 69K miles
2nd owner. $2,495
.904-284-1029
MITSUBISHI GALANT GTZ
'03 V6 Automatic leather
sunroof $14,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI GALANT '90
Clean $995
564-7821
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS '99
Sunroof leather must see
$7488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE '95
Sporty| $2995
564-7821






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

I Bring in this ad for
I extra savings!
Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!
Want to be treated
like family, come to
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1550 CASSAT AVE
891-8672
387-4041
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9 NISSAN 350Z Conv.
)'04 Tourinqg Onl,'
17.00 m 29.995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f NISSAN 350Z
9 Convertible'05
Fully equip $33.995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN MAXIMA
'()04 3 5Full Equip
$19.995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN MAXIMA 00,
mrc c.:, 10.000.aa,a 22k
nil. 1i0.00c 216 E.9.-


a Nissan Pathfinder
'95 -140K miles,
I fully loaded $3500.
Call Brenda
614-4148
SNISSAN SENTRA 94'
4DR SEDAN, AUTO,
1. LOOKS AND RUNS
GREAT, RELIABLE
TRANSPORTATION, WITH
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, $1700.
249-1666
OLDS ALERO '01 GL.
Loaded 17 000 miles.
$6975. Call 674-4444

Oldsmobile Cut-
lass Supreme SL
'97- transmission
- needs rebuilding
$1000 obo. Good run-
ning car. Call
904-781.2760 or
904- 568- 8163
PLYMOUTH SUNDANCE
'92 Nice vehicle $850
564-7821







'06 BMW 5301
Premium Package,
one owner
$44,859
'03 BMW Z4
SPORT
Premium Package,
one owner
$27,859
'04 NISSAN 350Z
Roadster
Convertible
One owner
$26,859
'06 SUBARU
B9 TRIBECA
Sunroof, Leather, CD
$24,859

'03 HUMMER H3
SunrOof, Leather,
DVDS
$31,859
'05 CADILLAC
CTS
Navigation, sunroof,
keylessgo
$28,859
'04 TOYOTA
TACOMA
Quad Cab SRD, AT, V6
$18,859
'05 TOYOTA
TOUAREG
Sunroof, leather, one
owner
$27,859
'05 VW BEETLE
GLS CONVT.
Turbo, leather, CD
$21,859
'05 INFINITI G35
Sport pkg. CD,
leather, sunroof
$31,859
'06 FORD F150
Quad Cab
Lariat, leather,
one owner
$24,859
'02 BMW 7451
Premium pkg. CD,
leather, sunroof
$33,859
'06 BMW 650CI
Convertible
Sport premium pkg
$82,859
'04 FORD
EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer, leather,
SR. CD
$18,859

Brumos Porsche
Purchase from the
only Factory
Authorized
Porsche Dealer

904- 725- 9155


PONT GRAND AM GT '03
PL, PW, MNRF LTHR
$12,888
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
7 PONTIAC SOLTICE
'05. 2000 miles.
Only $28,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
PORSCHE CARRERA '0 1
4 Coupe. 50.6k miles, 6
spd. Seal gray ext. Full
black leather Int. Fully
loaded. Garaged. Exc.
Condlon. Non-smoker.
$37 50 0 Call
386-258-3423, ext 304.
PORSCHE CARRERA 2001
4 Coupe. 50.6k miles, 6
spd. Seal gray ext. Full
black leather Int. Fully
loaded Garaged. Exc.
Condion. Non-smoker.
$37,500. Call
386-258-3423, ext 304.
SCION XB '04
PL,PW,CC,AC,AUTO
REMOTE $13,550
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
TOYOTA COROLLA 4dr S
'02. AT/AC, loaded. 66K
miles. $9975. 425-4320
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '01.
Loaded, 77K miles. Only
$10,975. Call 674-4444
VOLKSWAGON BORA- '01
Wolfberg edition, exc cond,
sunrf, loaded, 89,000 miles,
$9500. 904-704-8561
C/7 VOLVO XC90 '04
Syf Fully equipped
$29,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/7 VW PASSAT '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TrucksVans, SUVs '00-05
* ALL
Military
and
Civilian
1$0 DOWN I
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726




CHEV AVALANCHE 1500 OS
PL, PW, PM, CC, REMOTE
$22,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV HHR LT '06
Auto, 4cy, GM Certified
$16,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVROLET AVALANCHE
'03 Low miles Z71
Awesome truck!! $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVROLET BLAZER '03
4+4 28k miles very sharp!
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487;
CHEV SILVERADO 1500
'04 C3r PL PW. P1.1
L:C $LiS3990
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SILVERADO '06
CC Pr.. FL PW. CERT
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV SUBURBAN '05
Li P15. PL. PS il99t,
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TAHOE 4WD '05
P5PMI r.INRF LTHR
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TAHOE 1500 'OS
PS PM PW PL.CERT
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRACKER '03
PW. PL CD. DR AC $19418
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY S 10 XCAB '03
Aul. 3,:. cc tc.i o-i,
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY SILVERADO 1500
05 XcC30CC PM1 PL
PW' P; 'I 1 99
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


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CHEVY SILVERADO '05,
LS Crew cab PU, AT, PS,
PB CD, PDL cruise tilt,
air, 15Kml, warr, $23K.
744-1226/c:868.4312
CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champ/tan, xtra
low miles. $19,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER PACIFICA
'04AWD Loaded just
slightly used $19,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUSIER '03
AT, Gotta see this one
$10,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE DURANGO
SLT '02. Leather,
CD, fully equipped
$12,595
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
) DODGE DURANGO
'05. Only 14,000
9 Miles. $17,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Dodge Ram
'96-work van,
good body, needs
motor work ask-
ing $500 obo. Call
899-2992 for appt
FORD EXPEDITION XLT
'05 2WD,PL,PM,CCPW
REMOTE $19,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD EXPLORER
-SPORT TRACK '03
Like new. $18,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '05
Lthr, CD. $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPLORER XLT '99
4dr white, loaded, at, ac
$5975. Call 674-4444
TO FORD EXPEDITION
'03 Eddie Bauer,
4x4,blk/tan $21,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPEDITION XLT '01
V8 Loaded Awesome truck
$9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
., Ford Explorer XLT
S 97-White, 88K
miles, new Mich-
elins, grey leather,
power everythin 4.0
clean. Call Bran
779.0607 $8000
FORD EXPEDITION
SEDDIE BAUER 03' DVD,
LEATHER, FULLY
LOADED, $19,500 OBO.
703-9337
4 FORD F.150 XLT
S '97- Supercab,
I\ 2WD, red, tow
-" pckg, exc cond,
$9450 obo. Can email
pictures.
904.-771.6909/545- 6885
Ford F- 150 '02-
Silver, loaded, new
tires, new
engine-certified,
tint windows, ac. Must
sell maker offer.
904504.12935


4 Ford F. 150
'97-5spd, 6 cyl,
126K miles, exc
cond, $5800. Call
703-9551
FORD F150 '04
V6 Automatic low miles
like new $13,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Ford F. 150 XLT
'01 -Ext cab, exc
k | f condition, green,
tool box, steps.
Asking $9000 call
843.412-1116 or
877- 767-2783
Ford F. 1SO Super-
crew '01-80 K
miles, 4 door, bed
liner, great con-
dition, asking $12500
obo. Call Scott
904-242-8733
FORD F350 '86
Monster Truck Must see
$5995 564-7821
FORD RANGER '04
EDGE V6 Gotta see
this one! $13,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD RANGER 92' "
S TOPPER WITH CRANK
OUT WINDOWS, V6, 5
SPD, BED, MATS SER-
VICED. NICE TRUCK, $1775.
268-2482
S Ford Ranger
S'90 -2WD, 4cyl,
S5spd, 115K miles.
Runs great cold
ac. New tires, belts, &
hoses $1800 obo
912-322-2497.
wvgrbcatds.net
4 FORD RANGER 1992.
SV6,5 SPD, TOPPER, N
O ICE TRUCK, SEE AT
JAX, N.A.S, USED CAR
LOT, $1775. 268-2482
FORD SPORTESCAPE XLT
'0S Alloys, loaded, very
sharp $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD SPORT TRACK '05
Sunroof leather alloys
nice!! $21,988 -
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD SPORT TRAC
'05. Fully equip
$20,480 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'F. or sale car hauler
S dual axle all
J metal, lights,
spare Chevy pat-
tern wheels. $82 obo.
Call Charles 860-5995
GMC ENVOY SLE '03
Loaded awesome truck!!
$14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC SONOMA '03
V6 Automatic just slightly
used!! $13,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, GMC Suburban
'91- New engine,
paint, tires, A/C,
k and awesome
custom rosewood inte-
rior trim. $3500 obo
912-729-6454
y GMC YUKON LT
'04. Only 30,000
S miles. $24,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


rI

GMC Yukon Denall
XL '03-Full pack-
age includes DVD
entertainment
system, 95K miles ask-
ing $20,800. Call
904.714-.0914
HONDA CRV 4WD '05
MNRF. CC.PLPW, AC,
AUTO $18,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
HONDA ELEMENT EX '03
11" on a scale of 1-10!!
$17,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA PILOT EX '03
DVD sunroof leather
extra nice $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HUMMER H2 '03
-white, 4x4, sunroof, 3rd
seat, Must sell today
$25,900. 904.541-0009
y HUMMER H2'05
Nav, DVD, sunroof,
chrm whis $46,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
HYUNDAI SANTA FE '03
PM, PW, LTHR CC, AUTO
$12,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
INFINITI FX35 '04, white
pearl, Ithr, 6cyl, prem.
sound w/6CD chngr, tow
& tech pkgs, backup
camera, navig,. sys, pwr
sunroof, alloy whis.
40kmi. $27,900. 610-9110
7 INFINITI FX35 '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
equipped. $27,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI QX56'05
Navigation, DVD,
Sunroof. $39,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
INFINITI FX35 '04
Leather Loaded $29,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE 151K MILES, AUTO
KE RUNS BUT NEEDS
ENGINE WORK, ALL
POWER, NEW RADIATOR,
$1200 OBO. 282-5068
4, Jeep Grand
S Cherokee
'; 9 8-auto, 4X4,
106K miles, let-
ather, fully loaded, tow
pkg.$5200 obo
912-729 6150
t JEEP GRAND
k!-a CHEROKEE
COMMANDER'05
Only 10K miles. $26,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE 94'
1 151K MILES, AUTO,
RUNS BUT NEEDS
ENGINE WORK, ALL POWER,
NEW RADIATOR, $1200 050.
282-5068
4, Jeep Wrangler
1'93-lifted, 4cyl,
5spd, newer seats,
ah top alt radiator
brakes dual batteries
winch lights. $6500 obo
call 729-7171*


JEEP WRANGLER '06
600 miles gotta see this
one $21,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LANDROVER 'S05
Loaded w/leather must see
$35,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
LEXUS RX330 '04
White tan leather sharp
$27,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '03
V6, white, loaded, very
clean! $12,975. 425-3659
MITSUBISHI
MONTERO SPORT
LTD '03. Sunroof.
Ithr. $15,495 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
@ NISSAN ARMADA
'04 Only 20,000
Miles, Like new,
Fully Equip. $27,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
4, NISSAN FRONTIER,
2004.25k MILES,
$14,500. CALL
904-993-2204
NISSAN PATHFINDER
-'00, 4x4, all pwer, AT,
80k mi, cd, ac, lug rack,
$9500 904-233-5179
4 NISSAN PATHFINDER
88' 4 WD, 2-DOOR,
b 6-CYLLINDER,
DEPENDABLE, RUNS
GOOD, $1000. GREAT FOR
HUNTING/ WORKING. MARK
613-3344 OR 282-0012
/y NISSAN XTERRA
'- 03 Extra low
miles. $15,995
998-0012:
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RUNNER 4WD
'04 MNRF, CC,PLPW, AC,
AUTO $24,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
L TOYOTA RUNNER
9 LTD' 03 champ/tan
$21,680. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( TOYOTA
HIGHLANDER '01
50K miles. $12,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
loaded, 58,300 mi. Very
clean. $10,975. 674-4444
/ TOYOTA RAV4 '05
Only 7000 miles
$18,980. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/7- TOYOTA SEQUOIA
'03. Only 35,000
miles. $20,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012



CHEVROLET VENTURE LS
'02 Family fun
like new $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV VAN 1500 '03
Starcraft Conver PKG
$18,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200


AUTOMOTIVE DIRECT TORY


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
,-IAI, Bl.', r, l d 7e.l 601



KEY AUDI
J4.60) 11 'ulhi t d- Blvd VS5i-0rj



BENTLEY ORLANDO
89c. 1 1Ronrld R.agar, Blvd
',w00d Orlrand,) 1.40; 19- 44j



TOM BUSH BMW




GARBER BUICK
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KEY BUICK
46r.',O Soul vir 6le, t.1'-6 l



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
41 7 S ulh; i ,i d Bld 1,,.i11
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
,'iS Blar-I, d I ,-37 ; i.

PARKER CADILLAC
' TI. ri ir ,1 1 '.. '114i 4 4 1 1i




COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
11:1880 PrllIps Hwy A -7CI 77

CREST CHEVROLET
824 1 M-lrTilI d 21.'-l30

GARBER CHEVY
Grm r r, :Cov. Spnrii, 261-4502'

GORDON CHEV
Ill. iBljrdinr Bl d i. 22. '0

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2fl 'l Plhrh-,..' Hwy W18,' 11ih

GEORGE MOORE CHEV


NIMNICHT CHEV




ATLANTIC CHRYSLER


CARUSO CHRYSLER
17 0J S'.ujrlid. Blvd 7;:. ,1 :1u

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Paik
15l fiWlll RdI ;'6 l iu

GARBER CHRYSLER
Cre-in~nCo -Spnng:, 2,1.-241

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
171:6 i Ciia A1 Av.- 39-9.77'4

RICK KEFFER
1-',4 Li 12;"j F9r44,:r,




ATLANTIC DODGE
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JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
1 All ihv Bkl v id 42-"I, iil

GARBER DODGE TRUCK
0r- ,, ." pnr,.1s ',64-'41(.
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7 r;' B adingr Blvd 777-ff.l'i
RICK KEFFER
I '':, El 1:29 Fe B.rr : B.Ih 1 l t .2 -


BOARD FORD
.L Auyilue 53-6. 9,
F .rio,, i buper DuTy Hnjdq, lieji
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
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GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Gr,-e' Cr ve S.rpnn '6A-4951)
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
11).' 0 FPlhp Hi y 904 ,292.4 5
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
ri( Alli ilBi, ld 8j -2. iI )
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK




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92i)1 Allinur Blvd 2-I (10
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
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OF ST. AUGUSTINE
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HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
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KEY HYUNDAI
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ATLANTIC INFINITI
16'0i0( rllnlM c Blvd b42-02(,0)



CITY ISUZU

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MATHENY JAGUAR
i i11 All in : Blvd t64 I2 ,



ATLANTIC JEEP
3 41 i 1 ,ulh .1c.4-14 :1
CARUSO JEEP
1 1~r ., Blhd-B .J '72 -711111)

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park

MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
173r. C3 :,ji A,- 4414;-79'
RICK KEFFER
I 1' t il 19 Fr.,) -f n -i,--n:i '-2-8- .4JI



COGGIN KIA
'9U)il llir, Blvd 7i." jul
RAY CARTER KIA
t.i, 13,idii-',1 Bl'd I7 t)71.



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CITY SUZUKI
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COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
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UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
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BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNEO AUTO CENTER
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DRIVE TICKET

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Lexus of Jacksonville
PreOwned Center



Tom Bush Autoplex
:111, 8-li i -

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WARREN MOTORS, INC.
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'-4C SARN OF REGENCYRN-
WESTSIDE DODGE MATHENY LAND ROVER ~oSAT U Nr rF E I-.I .l 'hI
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U, Chevy G20
'92-Customized
conversion VAN.
Good condition
TV, VCR, and much
more. $2500 call Vickie
382-4611
CHEVY VAN C2500 '05
SAC, CERT $16,950
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
DODGE RAM VAN '01 Conv
van leather dual AC $11,388
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD E350 '06
Van 15 pass, dual AC
Must see!! $21,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD WINDSTAR '98
Good Family
Transportation $2995
564-7821
KIA SEDONA EX '03
Sunroof, power seat,
impeccable $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877



CHRYSLER TOWN &
COUNTRY VAN '95 Gd
cond, $1500 215-6353
Ford Festiva '88
blue, "as is" $450
obo. 18ft John boat
w/trailer & access
"as is" needs work $500.
Call 887-9042 Iv msg
t Ford Ranchero
t'73 -302 engine
l runs strong. Has
the El Camino style
body. Needs body,
interior work and brake
job. Great project for
car restoration. Good
tires, new battery and
starter $1500 obo.
ICall Erick
904- 207-3119/355-5201
NISSAN ALTAMA '94. 4
DR At, AC Looks & runs
great. $1850. 625- 3058.
Nissan Sentra
S94-4dr sedan,
k iL automatic, looks
and runs great
reliable transportation
with reat gas mileage.
$1700 249-1666




FORD EXT. ECOLINE '91,
E250,'6cyl, AT, air, $3000
Grt Work Van 642-0216




2005 Custom built
motorcycle trailer
| front storage,
retractable ramp,
full axle/wheels, $1300.
Contact Jhan
904-442-3400 or
jhan.nixon@navy.mil
Custom motor-
cycle trailer
Sx10ft. with rock
'-_ shield, must sell!
$500 call 904-424-1352


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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NORTH FORMA UNCOLMERCURY
.1 I .u Jlh u I ,3Blvd ., 111ri
GRIFRlN WII MERCURY
447 .Blin.trdirg] E l, 7, iil



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
wYO v A, :, .K I ,., iTl/llM.: (,:.l
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TOM BUSH MAZDA
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personnel stationed in our communities


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service in Northeast Florida and

Southeast Georgia last year. Their time

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