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New Chiefs
Pinning Ceremony Held
Page 3


Biking For A Cause
Team Navy Jax Rides In MS150
Pages 8-9


New Champs
VS-22 Takes Basketball Season
Page 20


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2006


Former


POWs/MIAs


remembered


at NAS Jax

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
N AS Jacksonville held their annual POW/MIA
Recognition Observance Sept. 13 at the All Saints
Chapel to pay tribute to former,POWs and to rec-
ognized those who are still unaccounted for and their fam-
ilies.
The ceremony began at 10 a.m. with the playing of the
national anthem by Navy Band Southeast followed by the
invocation and the POW Pledge of Allegiance by Retired
Navy Chief Carl "Ed" Creamer and his two sons, Roger
and Richard Creamer, both retired chiefs.
Creamer became a POW after his PBY was shot down
over the Bering Sea. One of three survivors from the crew
of nine, he was picked up by a Japanese cruiser and
moved through seven Japanese POW camps. He retired
from the Navy in 1960.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson then spoke to the crowd and thanked the POWs
for their service. "Each year since 1979, during this week
of September, people from all across this great country of
ours join together to observe a national day of recognition
to honor our POWs and MIAs and their families. As we
honor former POWs and service members and civilians
still unaccounted for, let us remember the sacrifices that
these individuals made to preserve the freedoms we con-
tinue to enjoy as a nation," said Dobson. "They answered
the call of duty even when it meant unending days of dark
cells and squalid camps. They kept the faith, some for


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Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Members of the NAS jax Honor Support Team present a 21-gun salute after the ceremony in recognition of POWs and MIAs as
hundreds of guests look on. A flyover of S-3s by VS-31 concluded the ceremony.


many, many years. We can offer no less than our best and
strongest efforts and most faithful commitment to these
heroes. To each of you here today, as well as those who
have passed on or who never returned, we owe an unend-
ing debt of gratitude for the sacrifices you've made, the
pain you've endured and the hardships you've suffered to
ensure that the flame of freedom will never be extin-
guished."
"Throughout the long history of our nation, we have


been blessed with heroes and patriots willing to sacrifice
their freedom to protect and defend our own. It is still so
today. In foreign lands and on far away seas, courageous
military men and women are fighting to defend our coun-
try's freedom, he continued.
Dobson then introduced Director of Military Affairs for
the City of Jacksonville Dan McCarthy. McCarthy talked
See POW/MIA, Page 6


Photo by MCI Brandan Schulze
Secretary of the Navy, Dr. Donald Winter addresses guests about the importance of develop-
ing a/culture of safety during the Department of the Navy 2006 Safety Excellence Awards at
the Navy Memorial. Winter also discussed the importance of personal responsibility in regard
to safety, and he stressed the need for the Navy and Marine Corps to reduce the number of
motor vehicle accidents. Sixteen Safety Excellence Awards were presented to the top Navy
and Marine Corps commands that demonstrated extraordinary excellence by sustained mis-
sion success with simultaneous exemplary safety performance.

Navy Safety Excellence

Award 2006 winners honored


From the Navy Office of Information
With a focus on building a sound
safety culture throughout the
fleet, 19 Navy and Marine Corps
commands including NAS Jacksonville,
were honored Sept. 14 at the fifth annual
Department of the Navy 2006 Safety
Excellence Awards at the Navy Memorial
in Washington, D.C.
"These award winners have demonstrat-
ed sustained operational excellence, com-
bining exceptional mission success with
simultaneous exemplary safety perform-
ance," said Secretary of the Navy Donald
Winter. "The safety of our equipment and


preservation of the lives of our people are
absolutely vital to the successful accom-
plishment of our mission."
The primary awards categories include
safety ashore, safety shipboard, Marine
Corps ground safety, aviation safety, and
Military Sealift Command safety.
This year's safety winners included NAS
Jacksonville; Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
and Intermediate Maintenance Facility;
USS Kearsarge (LHD 3); USS Mobile Bay
(CG 53); USS Germantown (LSD 42); USS
Frank Cable (AS 40); MHC Crew Aggres-
sive; USS Kentucky (Blue) (SSBN 737);
See SAFETY AWARD, Page 19


Photo by HM 1 (SW) Michael Morgan
Emergency personnel remove a patient from an ambulance as it arrives at the Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Emergency Department.


Mass casualty drill


simulates air show crash
By MC1(SW/A W) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
E emergency crews from NAS Jacksonville and more than 100 volunteers slot-
ted to participate in the upcoming NAS Jax Air Show, came together last
Thursday to
participate in a
mass casualty air -:. ,-. ,
show drill at _'.. :
Hangar 116.
The drill was
designed to pre-
pare personnel
involved in the air
show to respond to
scenarios involving
downed aircraft


and personnel cas-
ualties. "This drill
See DRILL, Page 11


Photos by MC1I (SW) Heather Ewton
After the simulated aircraft crash, emergency responders worked
quickly through the smoke, getting assistance and first aid to
those in need.


TOUCHING Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon Oct. 12 sausage, green beans, salad and dessert.
ie oax Hs anic Heitag Monthun Luheon s Oct. 12at For more information and to purchase tickets, call YN1

11 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. The menu includes chick- Danyell Rowland at 542-2486, Ext. 114, Noemi Verdecias at
B_ AS E en paella, herb chicken, white rice Spanish red beans with 542-3954 or Leevine Everett at 542-4429, Ext. 117.
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Looking back in time . .


Hey, MoneyMan!
For years I have been
depositing my money in my
savings account at, the cred-
it union and then taking it
out, as I need it.
I just found out that now I
only get six free transac-
tions per month but then
the credit union is going to
charge me $10 for every
withdrawal after that. This
is not right!
It is my money, why can't
I take it out of the bank
when I need it? Seems to
me that this is just another
way for-the credit unions
and banksta nake more-
money by charging more
fees.
MoneyMan Sez:
What you are talking
about is a regulation com-
monly referred to as "Reg.
D." Reg. D is a Federal
Reserve regulation that
applies, not only to your
credit union, but to all
financial institutions.
It really only applies to
savings and money market
accounts. Savings and
money market accounts ,re
called "non-transaction"
accounts and are normally
used for savings. Checking


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accounts are "transactiorv'
accounts and are used f0
day-to-day business.
If you would: simply
deposit your money intp
your checking account
instead of your savings
account, there, would be np
additional charges. Since
savings accounts are
designed for savings, only a
certain number of transac-
tions from these accounts
are permitted. You may
make as many deposits as
you please.
I recommend you go into
your credit union and talk
with a representative abdot
Reg. D. You also may wArnt
to set up a regular checking
account for your day-to-day
transactions so that you will
not be limited in the num-
ber of monthly withdrawals
and so that you will not lose
interest on your savings
whenever you make with-
drawals.
Remember, savings ac-
counts are for saving and
checking accounts are for
bill paying.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


Sponsors needed for MWR
events
The NAS Jax Morale, Welfare, and
Recreation Department of the Navy is cur-
rently seeking sponsors for fiscal year 2007
special events and programs. Your efforts
will support NAS Jax active duty service
members and their families. Your company
will market to more than 25,000 base per-
sonnel.
For more information on how your organi-
zation can become a sponsor, please con-
tact Shannon Leon Leonard at 542-3577 or e-mail
shannon.d.leonard @ navy.mil.

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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.


MEET 5 LOR . .
IC3 JARED PERSON

Job title/command:
f NAS Jacksonville

Hometown: Miami

Family Life: I have a close-knit
family.

Past Duty Stations: US'S John F. Kennedy
(CV 61)

Career Plans: To be successful in whatever
I do.

Most Interesting Experience: Vlsiting
Jebel Ali and Dubai.

Words of Wisdom: Live your life to the
fullest.


MET R CVIL/RN um...
l JOSEPH WALEN

Job title/command:
Lead Industrial Hygienist/
~ NAS Jax Safety Office

Hometown: Newburgh, N.Y.

Family Life: Married for 15 years with two
children.

Past Duty Stations: West Point Military
Academy, N.Y. and Fort Carson, Colo.

Career Plans: To compete in a professional
pool trick-shot tournament.

Most Interesting Experience: Using my
metal detector, discovering and returning five
wedding rings.

Words of Wisdom: Smile and laugh!


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 Ewtor(
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The JAX AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the JAi AIR NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official viewsof,` 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 insects 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 lJXAIR Ni can be reached at
(904) 542-3531, fax (904) 542-1534, email jaxAirNews@comcast.net or
write the AIm NEWS, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212-5000.
The JA AIR NEWS is published by The Florida Times-Union, a private
firm in no way connected with the U. S. Navy under exclusive written
agreement with the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. It is
published every Thursday by The Florida Times-Union, whose offices
are at 1 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32202. Estimated readership
over 32,000. Distribution by The Florida Times-Union.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and inquiries regard-
ing advertisements should be directed to:

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


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New chiefs make the transition


Photo by MC3 David Didier
A group of chief selectees from NAS Jacksonville and tenant commands proudly pose in front of the Blue Angel aircraft at the
NAS Jax Main Gate Sept. 13.


Photo by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
AWC Mike Johnson of VP-62, proudly walks through the side-
boys after receiving his anchors from his wife, Mary Beth and
renders his first salute as a chief petty officer Sept. 15.


After the
chief's pinning
ceremony, 46
newly pinned
chiefs from
NAS Jack-
sonville lined
the sidewalk
as family,
friends and
co-workers
congratulated
them.


Photo by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell


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Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
AEC Tara Novakowski of Transient Personnel Unit Jax is
pinned by her mother, Bonnie Novakowski, and father,
Wilbur Schmit, during the chief's pinning ceremony Sept. 15
at the NAS Jax Theater.


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VP-301

By Lt. Steve Bradfield
VP-30 PAO
VP-30 began new era in
naval flight officer (NFO)
training recently by con-
ducting their first NFO winging
ceremony. This ceremony was the
result of the Chief of Naval Air
Training's (CNATRA) trial initia-
tive known as the Undergraduate
Maritime Flight Officer (UMFO)
Program. Through this initiative,
CNATRA hopes to streamline the
P-3 NFO training pipeline while
providing the maritime patrol
community a better product.
During the ceremony, VP-30's
Commanding Officer Capt. Tim
Brewer awarded NFO wings to:
Ensigns Jon Baccus, Jesse Cle-
land, Drew Micklethwait and
Justin Rogers. The event and recep-
tion drew family members and
friends from around the country.
For Rogers, a Jacksonville
native and former aviation war-
fare systems operator at VP-45,
this designation brings extra sig-
nificance as he has exchanged his
service in a support capacity, for
a top leadership position within a
P-3 tactical crew.
The recipients have completed
the undergraduate maritime
flight officer syllabus, earning
their wings. The four will now
enroll in the CAT 1 fleet replace-
ment squadron (FRS) syllabus.
Their anticipated graduation date


I flight
is scheduled for Feb. 9. Upon'
their graduation at VP-30, they
will report to various operational
patrol squadrons to begin their
initial sea tour.
The NFO training pipeline begins
with aviation preflight introduction
(API) instruction in Pensacola, Fla.
After completing API, all student
NFOs report for primary training-,
at VT-10 or VT-4; also at NAS
Pensacola. In the traditional train-
ing track, multi-engine designated
NFOs attend advanced navigation
training at Randolph AFB in San
Antonio, Texas.
Upon- completion of this course,
they are awarded their wings of
gold prior to transferring to VP-
30 where they receive P-3 FRS
training. The four UMFOs
reported directly to VP-30 follow-
ing completion at VT-10 or VT-4.
With the continued success of
this experimental initiative,
CNATRA may begin sending all
maritime NFO's directly from pri-
mary flight training to VP-30,
bypassing advanced training at
Randolph AFB. The primary and
VP-30 courses would add addi-
tional events to accommodate the
loss of advanced training.
As a result, the process would
reduce current redundancies in
training, reduce the number of
PCS moves, create a focus on P-3
specific NFO training, all while
reducing the overall training time
by 10 weeks.


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Ensign Jesse Cleland receives his naval flight officer wings from his fiancee, Catherine Dziok, during the ceremony.


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Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Ron Burton, director of the Troops to Teachers Program for the Florida
Department of Education, explains a portion of the financial assistance
offered by the program.



Attention cyclists!


A way to,

By MC2(SW/A W)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer
Director for Florida's Troops
to Teachers (TTT) Program
Ron Burton came to NAS
Jacksonville Sept. 12 to inform
Sailors and their spouses about sec-.
ond career opportunities through
the Troops to Teachers and
Spouses to Teachers programs.
"I'm not here to convince you
that teaching is right for you,"
said Burton. "I'm simply here to
inform you of your options."
During his presentation Burton
covered certification require-
ments, options for completing cer-
tification, the market for teach-
ers, and funding options. He also
emphasized that TTT is not a
teacher certification program or
an employment service agency.
"The program consists of two
parts: a referral assistance serv-
ice that tells you what you need


proudly serve again


to get certified and financial
assistance which will pay for any
costs relating to obtaining your
certification, with the exception of
completing your bachelor's
degree," he said.
Some of the requirements
Sailors must meet to be eligible
for financial assistance are: to be
a retiree, on active duty with an
approved date of retirement less
than one year away, separated for
physical disability on or after
Jan. 8, 2002 (must register within
four years after separation), tran-
sitioning from active duty with at
least six years in and a commit-
ment to three years in the guard
or reserves.
Spouses who hold a bachelor's
degree or higher are also eligible for
financial assistance that will pay
for the cost of certification tests, not
to exceed $600 per person.
Burton: went on to explain the
different types of certifications and
the options for obtaining them.


"You can get a temporary certifi-
cate, which is valid for three years
or a professional certificate, which
is valid for five years," he said.
Sailors and spouses looking to
learn more about the options for
obtaining a teaching certificate can
go to www.p)oudtoserveagain.com.
The brief ended with a presen-
tation by Ellen Lockamy, execu-
tive director of education and
graduate admission for
Jacksonville University (JU).
She explained the Second Career
as a Teacher program that is
designed to help students meet
the requirements to get their
teaching certificate.
The program consists of four,
eight-week sessions and is taught
on board NAS Jacksonville, how-
ever applicants must have their
bachelor's degrees completed
before beginning the program.
For more information on this pro-
gram, contact the Navy College
Office at 542-2477.


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Cyclists entering NAS Jack-
sonville will no longer be
I allowed to enter via the com-
mercial gate due to safety issues.
The NAS Jax Safety Office and
^ Security Department are
looking at ways to make
Birmingham and Yorktown
entrances more bicycle
friendly.
^ \ Please forward any
ideas you have to the
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Online appointment system

available for ID cards
From Personnel Support Detachment lax
Appointmenrits 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 continue to be served on a first come,
first served basis; however, customers with appointments
have priority.
Appointments can be made online at www.psalant.
navy.mil.
Appointments can be cancelled or rescheduled by the
customer on the Web site and the site also shows when
scheduled outages will occur.
All dependent children are required to have an ID card
when they turn 10 years old. All dependent children
transferring overseas must have an ID card. If ID cards
are required for more than one dependent, make individ-
ual 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 per-
son cannot travel to the PSD and a copy of the current ID
card.
Avoid the wait, make your appointment today!


Keep your eyes on the

road, hands on wheel
From Staff
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
S can cause your base
0' \ driving privileges to
be suspended.
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during a
one-
CQ month
period -
driver
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a prove-
ment
9' 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.


Marching in remembrance

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Photo by MC2 Scott Christopher
Firefighters and' Sailors stand in formation on Laura Street in Jacksonville, awaiting the beginning of the 9/11-
Memorial Ceremony held in Hemming Plaza. Members from several North Florida fire and police departments
including several from the NAS Jax Fire Department, along with Sailors from USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67),
marched in the streets of Jacksonville to honor the individuals that lost their lives Sept. 11, 2001.


CPRW-11 holding commander's conference


By Lt. Tony Walters
CPRW-11 PAO


he theme "Are we ready?" is the
focus of the 2006 Maritime
Patrol and Reconnaissance
Force's (MPRF) Fall Commander's
Conference which is being hosted by
Commander Patrol and
Reconnaissance Wing Eleven (CPRW-
11) this week at NAS Jacksonville.
This annual conference brings
together all the leaders in the MPRF
community including Rear Adm.
Johnson, commander, Task Force 57
and Rear Adm. Brian Prindle, com-
mander, Patrol and Reconnaissance
Group (CPRG).
During the conference, working
groups comprised of staff members


from CPRG, the. four wings and mem-
bers from forward-deployed staffs, are
discussing issues ranging from proper
manning levels, deployment posture,
readiness issues and future aircraft
systems and tactics. The staff mem-
bers will then brief the leadership on
decisions the community needs to
make in order to pave the future of
the P-3 community as it transitions to
the follow-on aircraft for the P-3
Orion, the P-8.
One of the main focuses of this con-
ference is the implementation of the
Consolidated Maintenance
Organization (CMO). CPRW-11 has
been designated the test and imple-
mentation site for this cost saving ini-
tiative. Beginning Oct. 1, all active
duty P-3 aircraft will be transferred


from each respective squadron to the
wing. The CMO organization will
then be responsible for all P-3 sched-
uled and unscheduled maintenance.
This type of organization is similar to
a maintenance squadron found in sis-
ter services and will be a first for the
P-3 community.
The development of CMO not only
effects aircraft maintenance but also
changes the structure of each
squadron as typical maintenance offi-
cer jobs for junior officers have been
removed from the squadron. The'
squadrons have now formed a
Warfare Development Center where
junior officers will spend more time
focusing on aircrew tactics and tacti-
cal initiatives to improve war fighting
skills.


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POW/MIA: 'We went in six-month


increments saying we could


make it six more months'


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about the importance of remem-
bering those who have served to
protect our freedoms. "POW/MIA
Day is the third Friday in
September. I think an important
thing to remember is if you look
at our calendar and see what our
country does to recognize those
who serve in. our military, we
really have a progressive memori-
al. We begin on Memorial Day in
May and think about those who
were killed while serving; then on
Aug. 7, we now have Purple
Heart Day to think about those
who were wounded. In
September, we have POW/MIA
Day to recognize those who were
captured or missing and then on
Nov. 11, we have Veterans Day to.
remember all those who serve
and have.served," said McCarthy.
'"Within this five-month period,
we are reminded of the people who
are out there sacrificing for us,
who wear the uniform and who
are serving to ensure the freedoms
we enjoy. This year, President
Bush proclaimed Sept. 11 at
Patriots Day. I really think this is
Patriots Week and it's a time to be
proud of our American heritage."
After McCarthy's remarks,
Dobson introduced the ceremo-
ny's guest speaker, retired Navy
Capt. Denver Key. As a pilot with
VA-34 on board USS Intrepid (CV
11) off the coast of Vietnam, Key's
aircraft was hit by a surface-to-
air missile on his 76th mission
over North Vietnam. After eject-
ing, he was immediately captured
and spent the next five and a half
years as a POW in North
Vietnam camps.
"POWs from different wars
have had different t challenges.
From what I've read, the Korean
War POWs had the challenge of
severe winters. In North
Vietnam, we didn't have that
challenge. I think our biggest
challenge was just the fact that
so many of us spent so much time


Former World War II Japanese
POW retired Navy Chief Ed
Creamer leads the POW Pledge of,
Allegiance during the annual NAS
Jax POW/MIA Ceremony.

there surviving for so many
years," said Key. "I remember
three days after I was shot down
and after the initial interrogation
period I was put in a cell by
myself for a couple days. My first
thought was that Everett Alvarez
has been here more than three
years and there was no way I
would be here that long. I think if
we had known how long we would
be there, it would have been


Guest speaker,
former North
Vietnam POW
retired Navy
Capt. Denver
Key talks about
some his experi-
ences as a POW
during the cere-
mony.
much more difficult to survive.
We went in six-month increments
- saying we could make it six
more months."
"One of the ways we coped is
that we wrote poetry. Of course
we had no pens, paper or books so
everything was done in our
heads. Other than the first two
days of interrogation, the most
difficult days I spent as a POW
were the first six months of 1968.
when I was in isolation. I was
shot down the week just before
Thanksgiving in 1967 and was
put into a cell with two other
Americans," Key continued.
"One day I didn't follow one of
the camp rules so I was placed in
isolation, in a remote area away
from the camp. I was put in
stocks with my hands handcuffed
behind my back and remained
there for one month, up to 23
hours a day," explained Key.
"It was ,physically uncomfort-
able, but the six months in isola-
tion was more of a mental issue.
To remain sane, I had to deliber-
ately force my mind to stay active
and to keep it off my sorry situa-
tion," he added.
"As a result, those six months
were the most productive I spent
during my captivity. It was the
only time I've ever had during my
life where all I had was time to
think. I found it absolutely amaz-


Photos by MC2 Brian Smarr
Former POW Jim Dalzell and his wife, Mary, bow their heads in prayer
during the event.


ing what the mind could do in
that situation. Without paper and
pencils, I could solve math prob-
lems I couldn't solve before,
remember names and dates I
,thought I had long forgotten and I
could play chess," he said.
"My mind without my conscious
permission also started entertain-
ing itself. Some of the marks on
the walls became famous
Americans like Abe Lincoln and
Thomas Jefferson and my mind
would make them move. The fun-
niest part of this was that I was
sane enough to realize that I was
crazy," said Key. "During this
time, I concluded without doubt
that there is a God and an after-
life where families .and friends
once again come together. Once I
came to these conclusions, my life
as a POW was less stressful."


Key retired from the Navy in June
1993 and currently teaches physics
and astronomy at St. Johns River
Community College in Orange Park.
The ceremony concluded with
the benediction followed by a 21-
gun salute by the NAS Jax Honor
Support Team, coordinated by
GM2 James Koone and'a flyover
by S-3 Viking aircraft from the
"Topcats" of VS-31. Lt. Cmdr.
Quino Alonzo of VS-31 coordinated
the flyover while Lt. Cmdr. Matt
Konopka and Lt. Christopher
Amis piloted the aircraft.
The event was concluded with a
reception and cake cutting ceremo-
ny in the chapel's fellowship hall.
To find out more about what
POW/MIAs have gone through
and the issues facing them today
visit their Web site at www.
powmiaff.org.










Listening Skills
Win/Win Strategies
Neutralizing "Hot Buttons"
Four Social Styles and Character
Connecting & Distancing Issues
Dealing with Feelings and Emotions
Developing your "Love Map"
Responsibility Issues
Support and Encouragement
The upcoming workshop dates are
Saturday and Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. The workshop is held in Building
2036 on the corner of Saphier and Tatum
Street behind the hospital emergency
room.
. Bring a bag lunch. For more information
and to pre-register, call 542-3473, Ext.
116.


CREDO retreats held at Georgia retreat center


From Staff


T he Spiritual Fitness Division
Southeast offers a variety of spiritu-
al retreats for anyone holding a
Department of Defense ID card who is over
the age of 18.
.All transportation, programming, lodg-
ing and meals are free. Retreats are held
at the Sea Retreat Center in St. Simons
Island, Ga.
Registration is on a first comb, first serve
basis by calling 270-6958. The following
retreats are coming up:
Marriage Enrichment -Dec. 1-3, Feb. 9-
a1 and March 23-25
Married couples desiring to take their


marriage to the next level or simply enjoy
being with one another may participate in
a 48-hour retreat. Participants must be
married. Couples must provide their
own transportation. ,
Spiritual Growth Retreat Oct. 20-21
It is designed for those who would like to
experience a more mature relationship
with God and a more meaningful spiritual
journey. They follow one of four spiritual
paths according to their personality prefer-
ences. Are you at a spiritual plateau?
Then come to this 24-hour retreat.
Personal Growth Retreat Nov. 2-5,
March 8-11
Come and experience the Navy's best-
kept secret! Do you need to defrag? Then
come to this 72,hour retreat.


PREP class available at chapel


From the NAS lax
Chapel


The NAS Jax Chapel is
offering the Preven-
tion and Relationship
Enhancement Program
(PREP) Sept. 25-26 at the
Chapel Center's Fellowship
Hall (Building 751). Class
will be held Sept. 25 from
,10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sept.
26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
PREP is designed to


address the following top-
ics:
How to communicate
better and solve problems.
How to handle disagree-
ments 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
welcome. Space is limited.
Call 542-3051 for reserva-
tions.


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When 1+1=0


By Chaplain (Lt.) oe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel .


From Naval Hospital Public Affairs
An experiential and interactive work-
shop for couples who want to
strengthen their marriage while
personally growing within the marriage..
The workshop will include mini-lectures,
visual slides, couple interactions and group
discussion.
Privacy is important to us. No one will
be expected to disclose anything private to
the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive Relationship Assessment
Clarification of Needs, Values and
Priorities
Levels & Styles of Commitunication


,game shows or sports games
from their home.
Yes! Gambling has been around for a
long time. It ranks right up there with the
world's oldest profession. Dice made from
the ankle bones of sheep have been
unearthed by archeologists. Two thousand
years ago, Romans used the dice for gam-
bling. In the Holy Land one can still find
games of chance carved into the pavement
where Roman soldiers would try their luck.
Romans and their emperors loved to
gamble 'and many were compulsive. A cer-
Stain Roman emperor had his chariot rigged
for games. Caligula once became so furi--
ous at losing that he ordered a noble citi-
zen killed and his estate confiscated to pay
for his gambling loss. Historians observe
that Julius Caesar's preoccupation with
gambling became a significant factor lead-
ing to the decadence and decline of the
Roman Empire.
In contemporary America, the legalized
gambling industry is pretty compelling.
Approximately 100 million people visit
casinos every year. In excess of 300 billion
dollars are gambled away each year. This
does not include illegal gambling, which
would increase the dollar figure very sig-
nificantly. Personally, I find these figures
startling and beyond my imagination.


The story goes that in Las Vegas a
certain large hotel with a casino has
been known to prominently and con-
spicuously display $1,000,000 inside a
plexiglas case. Located in the center of the
main gambling floor, the plexiglas display
is carefully watched by an armed guard.
People approach the exhibit and stand
around it in reverential awe
(some are salivating, others
gawking).. "Well chaplain, how
do you know about this?" You
may ask. My response, "anoth-
er chaplain told me about it!"
An enterprising company
also set up offices in four Las
Vegas casinos offering gam-
biers "same day refund antici-
pation loans." On another
front, few people noticed or /
cared when a Florida inventor
was granted a U.S. patent to
someday enable television Cha
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Try, if you can, to imagine the tremen-
dous capitalization for other businesses
and the creation of jobs if this kind of
spending power was used otherwise. Just
imagine the number of the world's hungry
that could be fed!
Adding to my concerns are the estimated
eight to 10 million Americans .who are
addicted to gambling. Please be assured
that I am not naive enough to think that
gambling will disappear. Legalized gam-
bling is part of the landscape
-and, at some level, provides
entertainment for a segment of
the population.
However, its excess does lead
to addictive behavior that is
destructive to individuals and
their families. At meetings of
Gambler's Anonymous, the per-
sonal stories shared by addict-
S' ed gamblers are heart-break-
ing,
If you must gamble, here are
some suggestions that will
lain maintain balance and modera-
Molina tion:
Stay away from illegal
gambling: To begin with, it is a crime and
illegal gambling is typically associated
with other criminal activity.
Resign yourself to the reality that the
odds are vastly against you. You will more
than likely lose your money.
Limit your amount of loss. Budget the
amount of money you will take to the casi-
no. Once you have lost that money decide
in advance to walk away.
The money you use for gambling
should'not be funds you use for paying
bills and providing for the family.
Limit your amount of winnings. If you
happen to be on a winning streak, decide
in advanced that you will desist from gam-
bling after winning a certain amount.
Leave your credit card, ATM card and
blank personal checks at home. Limit your
access to cash while at the casino.
If you find yourself-gambling exces-
sively, don't hesitate to seek assistance.
One plus one equals two is a constant
law of mathematics (in base 10). Applied to
gambling, however, lone plus one equals
zero. It is a vice that defies the laws of
logic and excessively practiced can lead to
destructive results for individuals and
their families. .


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Members of Team Navy Jax hit the road to Daytona Beach along with about 2,000 other riders in support of the MS150 Bike Tour Saturday morning.


Team Navy Jax member Allen Johnson of USS John F. Kennedy
puts his number on his bike before the ride.


Photo by Miriam S. Called
Team Navy Jax members Sean Rocheleau and his wife,
Christina, do some last minute adjustments to their tandem
bike before the ride.


Team Navy Jax and members from Navy Federal Credit Union proudly display their bike shorts that were donated by the cred-
it union Sept. 15.





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By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


Photo by Ed Kirby
Team Navy Jax captain Miriam S. Gallet stretches out during
a break while riding in the 2006 MS150 Bike Tour last week-
end from St. Augustine to Daytona Beach.


Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Team Navy Jax member Patrick Hall gets some tips from Scott
Summey owner of Open Road Bicycles, during return ride
during the MS150 Bike Tour. Hall experienced three flat tires
during the ride, but finished the ride.


for the second consecutive year,
18 members of Team Navy Jax
spent last weekend pedaling 164
miles in support of the 20th annual
MS Cycle to the Shore Bike Tour ben-
efiting the National Multiple
Sclerosis (MS) Society.
The group gathered early Saturday
morning at the St. Augustine Airport
on U.S. Highway 1 with about 2,000
other riders to participate in the gru-
eling but scenic ride along the coast.
"This is our second year and we are
very proud to participate in such a
worthwhile ride," said team captain
Miriam S. Gallet. "Our team contin-
ues to grow and its presence is felt at
all charitable events around the First
Coast. Our fund-raising efforts are
indicative of our commitment to the
Jacksonville community and even
though Team Navy Jax was the
smallest team present, this weekend
we managed to raise almost $15,000
and placed ninth among the top fund-
raising teams."
The team dedicates its annual MS
ride to a NAS Jax family member
who was diagnosed with MS in 1991,
Ann Bushick, wife of Morale, Welfare
and Recreation (MWR) Director John
Bushick. "It's wonderful that the
team is riding in the MS150 once
again and supporting this important
cause," said Ann Bushick "I am
deeply touched that Team Navy Jax
is dedicating the ride to me. They are
a terrific bunch and we are all proud
of them."
Since its very successful participa-
tion in Tour de Cure in May, Team
Navy Jax has spent numerous hours
holding fund-raising events out in the
community, participating in spinning
classes at the NAS Jax MWR


Members of the NAS Jax Honor Support Team proudly display the colors during the
playing of the national anthem before the ride.


Department Fitness Center and get-
ting together to ride in locally spon-
sored events.
By Saturday morning, they were
ready to go and excited about partici-
pating in such a worthy cause. The
event was kicked off by the presenta-
tion of colors by the NAS Jax Honor
Support Team.
After the national anthem was
played, the NAS Jax Weapons
Department 40mm Saluting Team
fired the guns to signal the beginning


of the ride.
"I've always been an avid cyclist.
Anytime there'is a charity ride, I try
to participate because it's always for
a good cause, they are fun rides and
it's a great way to meet people. I've
never done the MS 150 before. I've
done a lot of other charity rides in
West Virginia," said Lt. Aaron Ramey
of VS-24. "I joined Team Navy Jax
because I was out on a ride one day

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Members of Team Navy Jax gather in front of the start/finish line with members of the NAS jax Honor Support Team shortly before the 2006 MS150 Bike Tour.


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McQuinston for the race. Northrup Grumman supplied the team with the jerseys.


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Team Navy Jax member Wes Battle of VS-24 stretches shortly
before hitting the starting line for the ride.


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and saw a jersey that had Team Navy
Jax on it with the three aircraft. I
found out they were a group that got
together to ride in charity rides. I had
just missed the Tour de Cure because
I was on deployment so I joined when
I got back."
"I've been training with several of
my co-workers. There are three of us
riding from VS-24. I'm really excited
about this," continued Ramey.
"This is a great way to support the
MS-150 through the U.S. Navy. I'm
really looking forward to this. "It's the
third year I've participated. My moth-
er has a form of Multiple Sclerosis, so
this ride is right up my alley," added
Donald Bell, a fitness instructor at
the NAS Jax Fitness Source, personal
trainer and licensed therapist. "I've
been training hard and my legs are
bulging from all the exercise."
The ride, which began at the St.
Augustine Airport, took the riders
through the back roads of North
Florida, across rivers, along the
ocean, up bridges and through wind-
ing roads to their final destination in
Daytona Beach, Fla. While some only
chose to ride one leg of the race, many
spent the night in Daytona and got
up the next morning to pedal back to
the finish line.
"The hardest part of the ride was
trying to find all of our teammates in
a group of 2,000-plus riders. Now that
the event is over, I see that I severely
underestimated the fundraising
-potential. There are a lot of generous
people out there looking to give to a
good cause. This was evident when I


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tour,
started talking to other riders and
found out how much they raised. I
look forward to raising much more
money next year," remarked Lt. j.g.
Dave Winchester of VP-30, who com-
pleted the "famous" MS150 Century
on Saturday and then rode 82.4 miles
on Sunday. "I was amazed at how
organized it all was. It was- a great
time and I can't wait to do it again."
Since 1946, the society has spent
nearly $460,000,000 on research of
the disease. By participating in races
such as the Cycle to the Shore, dona-
tions can be raised to help those cur-
rently suffering from this disease and
those who will be diagnosed in the
future.
Team Navy Jax members raised
approximately $15,000 towards this
effort through sponsorship and
pledges.
"We have one team member that
went out all out to raise money for
this year's MS150 and the entire
team is very proud of him," stated
Gallet. 'Wes Battle managed to raise
a combined total of $7,641, enabling
Team Navy Jax to be one of this
year's top 10 teams."
The MS North Florida Chapter
hopes to raise $1 million during the
two-day event. The last day to make a


donation is Oct. 20. If you would like
to support Team Navy Jax, visit
www.nationalMSsociety.org/fln and
click on ePledges.
"Navy Federal Credit Union
(NFCU) was our main sponsor and
we are grateful for their generosity,"
said Gallet. "NFCU Regional
Marketing Director Erica Vest and
the entire NFCU Team have stood by
us from day one. This 164-mile ride
was much easier this year because of
the top quality shorts NFCU bought
us. Also, the team could not have
done this ride without the support of
Lorie White and Overseas
Corporation, USO, NAS Jax
Commissary and MWR."
Team Navy Jax members include:
Team captain Miriam Gallet, Chuck
Tamblyn, Wes Battle, Brett Beisker,
Patrick Beisker, Chris and Hope Bell,
Robyn Cicero, Nate Davenport,
Donald Bell, Elysse Poole, Tom
Mezzanotte, Patrick Hall, Bradley
Hardie, Nicholas Hvozda, Allen
Johnson, Ed Kirby, Ernest Mattison,
Aaron Ramey, Christina and Sean
Rocheleau, David Santillo and David
Winchester.
For more information on Team
Navy Jax and the charity rides they
participate in, call 635-1654.
Disclaimer: Neither the Navy nor any
part of the federal government endorses
any company sponsor or their products or
services.


Team Navy Jax member Ernie Mattison tunes up his bike
before the ride.


Team Navy Jax members Dave Winchester (left) and Nick
Hvozda check into the registration desk the morning of the
MS150 Bike Tour at the St. Augustine Airport.








10 J8X Air ONWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 21, 2006


NADEP CO accepts


SHARE Initiative award


Retirement seminar


By Frank Taormina
Public Affairs Specialist
Naval Air (NAVAIR)
Depot Jacksonville
Commanding Officer
Capt. John Scanlan III,
received a certificate of
appreciation from the
Department of Defense
Civilian Personnel Manage-
ment Service Sept. 6.
In a short ceremony at
the depot, Nancy Hills and
Linda Nantz from the
injury compensation divi-


sion presented Scanlan
with the award for support-
ing President Bush's
Safety, Health and Return-
to-Employment (SHARE)
initiative by utilizing the
Pipeline Reemploymen't
Program.
Scanlan was credited
with setting the ground-
work necessary to provide
jobs for injured workers at
NAVAIR Depot Jack-
sonville, thereby resulting
in lifetime cost avoidance to
the command. His direct


involvement and support, of
this program reflect great
credit on the Department of
the Navy and the Defense
Civilian Personnel Manage-
ment Service.
Scanlan happily accepted
the award and said it was
obviously a team award due
the diligence of all-the per-
sonnel working in the Light
Duty Program. Finding
ways to utilize the talents
of light duty personnel is
plus for everyone involved.


FluMist is now available at hospital


From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
N aval Hospital Jacksonville is now
administering the FluMist
intranasall) form of the influenza,
vaccine. Beneficiaries who wish to get this
live attenuated virus form of the vaccine,
should see their primary care provider.
The vaccine is available for children over 5
in the hospital Pediatrics Clinic. The
Family Practice Clinic is administering the
mist to patients 5 years old through 50.
Active duty can get the vaccine at the
Branch Health Clinics. FluMist vaccine is
not for people who:
Are less than 5 years old
Are 50 years or older
People with medical conditions that
places them at high risk for complications


from influenza including those with chron-
ic heart or lung disease, such as asthma or
reactive airway disease; people with med-
ical conditions such as diabetes or kidney.
failure; or people with illnesses that weak-
en the immune system, or who take med-
ications that can weaken the immune sys-
tem
Children or adolescents receiving
aspirin
People with a history of Guillain-Barre
syndrome
Pregnant women
People with a history of allergy to any
components of the vaccine or to eggs
The hospital expects to receive the
injectable dead virus vaccine in October. It
also will be available through your pri-
mary care providers. Watch for announce-
ments in your Jax Air News.


Attention: parents of Duval County Public School students


Schools will soon be
sending home a
Federal Assistance
Program survey, card so
that the school district can
receive Impact Aid. Impact
Aid reimburses public
school districts for the loss
of traditional 'revenue
sources due to a federal
presence.
Children will bring home
a pink survey card the
week of Oct. 9. Since pay-
ment is based upon certain


information about 'each stu-
dent, parents are asked to
complete the card for each
of child enrolled in a 'public
school and return it to the
school promptly. All cards
should be returned by the
end of November.
This information is the
minimum required for
securing available funds
and does not violate securi-
ty regulations. The infor-
mation you provide will be
treated confidentially with


only those staff members
assigned to compiling and
auditing this program hav-
ing access to the forms.
This funding is very
important to the school sys-
tem and cooperation in pro-
viding this important infor-
mation is appreciated.
For more information,
call the Duval County
Public Schools,School
Choice Office at 390-2144.


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Photos by Shannon Leonard
The Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Wellness Center share information with guests at
the annual NAS Jax Retirement Seminar held at the NAS Jax Officers' Club last
Saturday.




Dan McCarthy,
director
of Military Affairs,
City of Jacksonville,
gives his remarks dur-
ing the annual
Retirement Seminar 7..
Saturday at the NAS
lax Officer's Club.
Hundreds of retirees
and their families A.
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DRILL: 'Training has to be dynamic'


From Page 1
allowed us to work out any kinks
prior to the air show. Base security,
medical and the fire department set
up exactly the way we will be setting
up for the actual show," stated
Disaster Preparedness Officer
DCCS(SW) Matt Melott. "The plane
that we had out there caught fire and
all hands responded to it like it was
the real thing. We had more than 40
casualties on hand and they were
actually treated by medical and
transported to the hospital. This
allowed us to evaluate the emergency
response and see where we need
improvement."
The drill consisted of a smoking
aircraft that simulated a crashed
plane into a crowd line at san air
show. The fire department put out
the fire and other members of the
fire department moved on to assist in
clearing the disaster area of casual-
ties. There were victims lying around
the aircraft with tags on them to let
rescue personnel know what their
injuries were.
Some victims had only minor
injuries but there were more serious
cases on hand for the rescue person-
nel to tackle. There were casualties
with severe burns, amputees and
even "dead" victims. The fire depart-
ment rounded up the victims by
injury classification.
If, victims were able to walk, they
were directed to the staged medical
triage area. Stretcher bearers were
on hand to move the rest of the casu-
alties and then those victims were
transported via ambulance to Naval
Hospital Jax for treatment.
"We identified casualties and
transported them according to the
degree of their injuries. In a real sce-
nario, outside agencies such as fire
and police departments, ambulance
companies and hospitals will be
alerted and they will assist by send-
ing. us their assets to help move casu-
alties," stated Medical Incident
Commander Steve Parrish.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville also
took the opportunity to earn a major
qualification during the drill. "Every
year, the hospital staff has to earn a
qualification related to mass casual-
ties. The number of casualties that
we are sending the hospital today will
satisfy those requirements," said
Parrish. "Training has to be dynamic
because every day we have new per-
sonnel reporting and people transfer-
ring. These drills keep everyone up
to par on their duties."
All departments involved with the
evolution were overall pleased with
the performance of their teams. "We
found some things that we need to fix
and we'll do that. Overall, it went
well and departments interacted in
an extremely efficient manner," stat-
ed Battalion Chief for Aircraft Rescue
and Firefighting David Lanier.
"Today's drill went very well espe-
cially from a volunteer standpoint.
We had a lot of Sailors out there that
don't normally take part in this type
of scenario on a daily basis. They now
have a new appreciation of what their
role is going to be in a contingency
situation where they are not normally
prepared to do this type of thing,"
added Air Show Director Cmdr. Ted
Carter.
"Sure, there are areas for improve-
ment and that's why we train this
way. I have absolute confidence in
the folks that participated today and
we will be ready for the air show."


Photos by MC1(SW) Heather Ewton
In preparation of the upcoming NAS jax Air Show, a disaster drill was held on the runway Sept. 14. The drill simulated an air show aircraft that had
crashed into the crowd.


(Above) Capt. Alvis Hickey of the NAS Jax Fire
Department responds to a victim at the scene of
the simulated aircraft crash.
(At right) NAS Jacksonville firefighters load an
injured victim of the mass casualty drill onto a
stretcher for transport to the triage unit set up by
medical staff at the site.


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TRICARE warns customers


of possible telephone scam


Protecting the aircraft


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


From TRICARE Management Activity
T RICARE for Life (TFL) beneficiaries
may recently have noticed some
changes in which providers they will
be allowed to see in order to have claims
paid for health care received. But first, a
little background. Medicare currently has
three types of providers: opt-out providers,
participating providers; and nonparticipat-
ing providers.
Opt-out providers have chosen to not see
Medicare patients and cannot submit
claims to the Medicare program. They are
considered nonauthorized and nonpartici-
pating. Participating providers are
Medicare-authorized providers who agree
to accept the Medicare-allowable charge as
payment in full, and who agree to file
claims. A nonparticipating provider does
not agree to accept the allowable charge as
payment in full, and may or may not file
claims.
Now to the changes that affect TRICARE
beneficiaries. Until recently, when a TRI-
CARE for Life beneficiary would receive
care from a physician who has opted out of
Medicare, TRICARE would become the pri-
mary payer for the claim, normally paying
75 percent of allowed charges, the TRI-


Anyone who thinks someone is misusing
their personal information can contact the
Federal Trade Commission's ID Theft
Hotline at (877) 438-4338 to make a
report.
Also, anyone who receives a call of this
nature from someone identifying them-
selves as a TRICARE representative
should write to:
TRICARE Management Activity
Attn: Privacy Office
5111 Leesburg Pike, Suite 810
Falls Church, VA 22041
People who believe they are victims of
identity theft should also contact the fraud
departments of the three consumer report-
ing companies to place a fraud alert on
their credit reports. The fraud alert tells
creditors to contact the consumer before
opening any new accounts or making
changes to existing accounts.
TRICARE Management Activity has
posted contact information for all three
consumer reporting companies, along with
more tips and a list of resources to help
people protect their identities on the TRI-
CARE Web site at www.tricare.osd.mil/
factsheet/fraud.cmf.


CARE Standard rate. Recently, however,
the TRICARE Reimbursement manual
(Chapter 4, section 4,1.C.l.e.), has been
changed.
The new section reads as follows: "If the
service or supply normally is a benefit
under both Medicare and TRICARE, but
Medicare does not make any payment
because the provider has a private contract
with the beneficiary (also referred to as
"opting out" of Medicare), TRICARE can-
not make any payment on the claim. In
such cases, the contractor is to deny the
claim." This change takes effect on Sept.
30. Until then, TRICARE will continue to
pay claims at the TRICARE Standard rate
for any Medicare-eligible beneficiary who
is treated by a provider who has opted-out
of Medicare. After that date, a TFL benefi-
ciary who seeks care from a provider who
has opted out of Medicare will be responsi-
ble for the entire bill.
To ensure their health care claims will
be paid by both Medicare and TRICARE,
beneficiaries should make sure they are
seeing a Medicare participating provider.
For a list of Medicare participating
providers, beneficiaries may call 1-800-
MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227) or visit
www.medicare.gov/Physician/.


Photos by MC3 David Didier
Lt. j.g. Peter Kuzetka of VP-30, shakes hands with Donna Hicken, breast cancer sur-
vivor and First Coast News Snchor, during a book signing at the NAS Jax Commissary
were she signed books and greeted people. Hicken was invited to the store to partici-
pate in the commissary's Cancer Awareness Fair.The event was sponsored by the NAS
Jax Commissary and Lorie White of Hersey's and Overseas Service Corporation.






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7 o,, Registered Nurse Dawn Garner
S with Portamedic checks Flora
Lester's blood pressure during
the fair.


Photo by MC2 Milosz Reterski
AM2 Adam Bohl carries a screen used to cover the engine intake of an S-3B Viking,
assigned to the "Maulers" of VS-32, during low-power engine turns on the flight deck of
the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) Sept. 13. Enterprise and
embarked Carrier Air Wing One are currently on a scheduled six-month deployment in
support of the global war on terrorism.


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Now located on NAS Jax!
Ground School
$365
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For more information call 542-3493.

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


Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

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


Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday
7:30 p.m. until close,


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

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

-.Push-up Challenge
;: Oct. 18
Call 'Prizes awarded!
Call 542-3518/2930 for additional information.


PFor 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


Photo by Shannon Leonard
Lt. j.g. Luke Huston from VP-30, purchases,Daytona 500
Keech box seats at the NAS jax Morale Welfare and
Recreation Information, Tickets and Tours office for the race
in February. Tickets went on sdle Sept. 15 for Keech and
DePalma box seats. The cost is $150 each, limit four per per-
son. Call 542-3318 for additional information.
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 Afena
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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 now for Keech and DePalma box seats.
$150, limit tour per person.
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Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call tle<
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

Texas Hold'em Tournament
Sept. 25, 7 p.m. at The Zone
Prizes awarded!

Dinner and a Movie
Sept. 26, $5
Golden Coral and a movie at the AMC Theater at the
Orange Park Mall.

Jaguars vs. Jets
Oct.8
$5, includes ticket and transportation
Sign-up early!
Tickets are limited!
Comedy Zone Trip


Free,
Oct. 10.
Includes admission and appetizers!


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. American Dreamz (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Over The Hedge (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Poseidon (PG-13)
Sept. 29, 7 p.m. The Omen (R)
Oct. 6, 7 p.m. The Lake House (PG)
Oct. 7, 5 p.m. Click (PG-13)
Oct. 7, 7 p.m. Akeelah and the Bee (PG)
Oct. 13, 7 p.m. Stick it (PG-13)
Oct. 20, 7 p.m. The Devil Wears Prada (PG-13)
Oct. 21, 5 p.m Garfield: Tail of two Kitties (PG)
Oct. 21, 7 p.m. Little Man (PG-13)
Oct. 27, 7 p.m. The Break-Up (PG-13)



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

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
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 compli-
mentary round of golf, prize purse, on course prizes and
lunch following play.




For information on bookiing6ommand or private func-
tions at the O'Club-or T-Bar, please call the club's main
office: 542-3041.

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



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
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Wife gets 'new' look while husband deploys


Mayport Mirror Editor m "


Anne Johnson hit Surfside
Fitness at NS Mayport in
early January after her hus-
band, Joe, a reservist with Inshore
Boat Unit 28 of NSB Kings Bay,
Ga. deployed with his unit-. Like
many people,
Anne had made a New Year's
Resolution to lose weight while.
Joe was gone and the 51-year-old
woman knew exactly how she
wanted to do it.
"Over the years, I have learned
how to lose weight," she said. "For
me, it's exercise. And I have also
learned that you have to keep at it
and make a commitment to it in
order to lose weight and keep it
off."
She went to NS Mayport Morale
Welfare and Recreation
Department's Fitness Specialist
Sally Rohrer who helped her set
up a personal exercise routine.
"Joe left on Dec. 11, 2005 and
the holidays were a trial period as
to how I was going to attack this
'project," she said. "Jan. 2, 2006
was the first 'official' day of this
exercise program. I've always
exercised hit or miss but not
consistently. When my husband
was deployed, this was my time
and I set my mind to getting in
shape. This is my 'deployment
diet.'"
Every eight weeks, Sally meas-
ures and weigh Anne and records
her results. It's these results that
Anne said kept her motivated.
Plus, every Monday, she tracks


(Left) Anne Johnson
before her "transfor-
mation."


(Right) Anne Johnson
proudly shows off her
"new" look after losing
more than 50 pounds
while her husband
was on deployment.

Photos courtesy
of Anne Johnson


Photo by MC3 David Didier
Anne Johnson greets her husband, Joe Johnson at the homecoming cele-
bration for Naval Coastal Warfare Squadron 26 Friday at NAS Jax. Anne
lost morethan 50 pounds while her husband was on deployment in'
Kuwait with Inshore Boat Unit 28.


her own progress by weighing her-
self. '
"I set my programs into 12-week
[intervals] so that I didn't have
time to procrastinate," she
explained. "I try to work out every*
day. Occasionally, I missed a day,
but in a month's time it's probably
amounted to two or three times."
For her routine, Anne started
out the first 12 weeks with cardio.
She worked up from 30-minute


sessions to 50-minute sessions
with a five-minute cool down and
a double cardio on Sunday. The
second 12 weeks was the same,
but she added water aerobics'
three days a week. The third 12
weeks, she changed up her exer-
cise program and began adding
classes available through Surfside
and the base gym.
She said that she doesn't have a
workout partner, instead she looks


at Mayport's fitness staff and
other patrons as her "team."
"I've tried [having a partner]
and it doesn't work for me," she
said. "The entire [fitness] staff,"
even other patrons, are there to
help and encourage you if you give
them the opportunity."
Anne said that, the positive
changes she has experienced from
a 50-pound weight loss, include
more energy, less joint aches and-
pains, self-confidence, improved
posture, balance and flexibility.
When she went to, her doctor for
her annual check up she said he
was amazed and delighted with
her personal progress.
"I'd like to thank everyone at
Surfside and the gym for being my


fitness team, especially all the
,instructors," she said. "From
Sally, I've learned, about posture
and good posture can make you
look 10. pounds lighter. LaPlace
has tweaked my workouts and
talked to be about nutrition.
Ruthie challenges me on core exer-
cises and Vickie inspires me to
keep at the weights. I constantly
hear Emily in my head saying,
'Push through your heels."'
Anne said her ultimate goal is to
be fit, but getting into the skirt
she wore the first night she met
Joe nearly 19 years ago, tops the
list as well.
"I think exercise becomes addic-
jtive," she said. "I don't like to miss
a workout."


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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 people. 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 per-
son and all profits benefit 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 per-
sonnel 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 L.
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. MVWR reserves the right to approve all scenes, props and scripts. Call' 778-9772 for
additional information.


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A approximately 300 vol-
unteers are needed
for a citywide full-
scale regional terrorism
exercise Oct. 18 from 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m. It will involve sev-
eral government agencies
including state and local
law enforcement, fire and
rescue, Jacksonville Inter-
national Airport (JIA) and
hospitals in Duval, Clay,
St. Johns and Flagler coun-
ties.
The Navy is providing a
plane at JIA as part of the
scenario. About 80 volun-
teers are needed to act as
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more are needed at other
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VS-22 team members proudly display their trophy after winning the Summer Basketball Championship Aug. 31.


VS-22 takes Summer

Basketball Championship


By Bill Bonser
Sports Coordinator
VS-22 finished the reg-
ular summer basket-
ball season with a
perfect 11-0 record. Naval
Hospital Jax finished sec-
ond with an 8-3 record.
In the playoffs, VS-22
had very little trouble with
VS-24, defeating them 85-
47. Their second game of
the playoffs was more of a
challenge after scoring a
narrow defeat over VP-30,
82-76.
Their next opponent was
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
(AIMD) Jax and once again
they dominated the game,
84-58 to put them in the


championship game.
Meanwhile, VP-30 stayed
alive in the loser's bracket
defeating VS-24, 73-65 and
AIMD 600 65-56. Their
biggest test was AIMD 400
who gave them a run for
their money keeping the
score close throughout the
game.
VP-30 escaped with a
narrow 72-70 victory. The
victory was enough to give
them another shot at VS-22
for the championship.
The championship game
was tight in the first half
and VP-30 was ahead 44-42
at the half. In the second
half at the 12:18 mark, VS-
22 took a 49-48 lead for the
first time since halftime.


The score was tied at 57 fold and captured the lead 22 began to pull away down
with 7:30 remaining. VS- 64-63 with 6:11 remaining the stretch and took a 77-
22's Gabriel Speed hit three in the game. 70 lead with 2:18 remain-
consecutive three pointers The score was tied at 68 ing in the game. VP-30 had
for his team. VP-30 did not with 5:15 left, however, VS- to resort to fouling to stop


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team member,
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game.Aug. 31.

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and VS-22 was able to con-
vert their free throws to
win the game, 83-78.
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military
Officials Association is looking
for individuals to officiate soc-
cer, softball, football and volley-
ball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also need-
ed for basketball. Experience is
not required. If interested, con-
tact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

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 al.l NAS Jax active
duty, selective reservists, and
Department of Defense men
and women. Participants will
earn participation points for
their command toward the cap-
tain's cup and can earn addi-


tional 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 person-
nel and reservists. A Captain's
Cup Basketball League meet-
ing will be held Oct. 11 at noon
at the same location.
The league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty members,
command Department of


Defense personnel and
reservists.
Commands having their ath-
letic officer or designated rep-
resentative 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.

Open tennis tourney
is Oct. 23
A men and women's open
tennis tournament will be held
Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. The tourna-
ment is free and open to all
NAS Jax authorized men and
women gym patrons. There will
be a separate men's and
women's division.
Matches will be played at the
Guy Ballou Tennis Complex.
Awards will be given for each
'division.


Call NAS Jax Athletics to
sign up by October 20th.
For more information about
any of the sports articles, call
Bill Bonser, sports coordina-
tor. at 542-2930/3239, email
bill.bonser@navy.mil or visit
www.nasjax.navy.mil.

Flag Football
Standings


As of Sept
Team Wins
Naval Hospital 14
VP-30 O'S 12
HS-75 10
VR-58 9
AIMD 8
VP-30 Student 7
VP-45 7
NCTS 7
HS-3 5
VP-5 Blue 6
HS-15 5
PSD 3
Weapons 0


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Losses
0
1
2
4
5
5
5
7
6
8
9
9
5


Intramural Fall
Volleyball
Standings
As of Sept 15
Team Wins Losses
VP-45 Gold 3 0


CNATTU Blue 2'
AIMD 1
CNATTU Gold 1
VP-45 Blue 1
ASD 0
VR-58 0


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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax #86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at.7:30 p.m.
'The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays
'and the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
'p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID #300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more information, call 387-4332 or/272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:-
4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an appoint-
ment or for more information, call 269-2945. The
chapter also offers bingo every Saturday at 10
a.m. The public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Federal Employees invites
all active and retired employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second Tuesday of each
month at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library on
Plainfield Avenue in Orange Park. For more infor-
mation, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry
Cove Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited
to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held
the second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at
The Country Cabin restaurant located on
Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to
any single, divorced, separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association,
Inc. holds their meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue
room. For more information, 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 invita-
tion to all currently employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m.
on the fourth Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist Church, (Fellowship
Hall Building) at 4101 College Street. For more.
information, call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Urban League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington @sa(,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 & Gar'dens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through September. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historic river-
front gardens, view the museum's Masterworks
collection and special exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's hands-on educa-
tion center. For more information, contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
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. There is no
cost of join. For more information, call Jeff
Marquardt at 246-9932.
The 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 a team.
All military members and their families are invit-
ed to a free Veterans Day Appreciation Dinner
Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. at 8313 Baycenter Road,
Jacksonville. The event is sponsored by CJAX
Military Family. For reservations, call 739-6900.


Sailors Aweigh program



offers free Jaguars tickets



to military families


From Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Public Affairs
e he Sailors Aweigh program is a
partnership of the Jaguars
Foundation, USO and U.S. Navy
through the Navy Region Southeast
bases at NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. The program
began during
the 1997
Jacksonville .
Jaguars foot-
ball season to
benefit Navy
children with a
parents) on
deployment.
The Sailors
Aweigh pro-
gram allows
these families
to enjoy a fami-
ly day together
during a chal-
lenging time of
being separat-
ed from a parent who is at sea or a post
far from home. This unique program
provides Southeast Region Navy chil-
dren and their families a complimenta-
ry seat to a Jaguars home game, includ-
ing transportation, a T-shirt and "Jag
Dollars" for the children for food or mer-
chandise. The USO and naval base per-
sonnel at NAS Jacksonville, NS
Mayport and NSB Kings Bay help coor-
dinate the program.
The Sailors Aweigh program is part of
the Jaguars Foundation's Charitable
Seating Program, which makes more
than 11,000 seats available annually to
charitable organizations that are doing
commendable work i'n the greater
Jacksonville community.


Who can participate?
The Sailors Aweigh program is open
to all Southeast Region Navy children
ages seven through 16 whose family
member is currently or about to be
deployed. All youths who participate
must. agree to abstain from illegal
drugs, alcohol, and tobacco products.
Since this ;program's inception in 1997,
almost 9,300
seats have
IOW W mL been allocated
(including 2006
season) in sup-
port of Navy
families.
The game
,day experience
Many youths
have never
seen a live pro-
fessional foot-
ball game.
S Working with
the USO; par-
TM t ticipating
youths and
adults receive a special Sailors Aweigh
T-shirt, are assigned their own seating
section in the North End Zone and are
visited by members of the ROAR cheer-
leaders and the team's mascot, Jaxon
De Ville. Complimentary bus trans-
portation is provided to and from each
of the three naval bases. In 2002, an
anonymous donor helped enhance this
program by providing funding to pro-
vide "Jag Dollars" to the participating
children for food/merchandise.
For more information about Jaguars
Foundation programs, please contact
Tarek Tabet, program officer, at 633-
6579 or email Tabett@jaguars.NFL.com.
You can also find information at
www.Jaguars.com.


Local park offers free nature classes NMCRS offers Budget for Babies classes


The following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across from the NAS Jax
Main Gate at 7000
Roosevelt Boulevard. All
classes require advance
reservations by calling 573-
2498.
Tree Cookies
Oct. 3, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Tree cookies... sound deli-
cious? These aren't the kind
of cookies people eat, but
instead are a cross section of
a tree trunk. By examining
tree cookies, you can tell a
lot about the life history of
the trees the cookies came
from.
Nature Crafts: Painting
with Leaves
Oct. 6, 10-11:30 a.m.
Join us on a nature walk
,to collect interesting leaves.
We'll then use fabric paint
and the collected leaves to
make a unique' and wear-
able work of art. Please


bring a T-shirt or other fab-
ric item that is white or a
solid color.
Coffee with the Birds
and Butterflies
Oct. 11, 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing
inside a climate-controlled
building with your morning
cup of coffee or tea and look-
ing out our large picture
windows at the birds and
butterflies visiting our beau-
tiful gardens. Beverages
will be provided.
Wee Workshop: Leaf
Scavenger Hunt
Oct. 18, 1-2:30 p.m.
Join us on a nature walk
to collect interesting leaves.
Hooray for
Homeschoolers: Tree
Identification
Oct. 23, 10:30 a.m. -
noon
Learn. to use a simple key
that will help you identify
the tree species found at
Westside Regional Park.
Participants will make a
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leaf memory sheet to keep.
This program is suitable for
students functioning at
fourth grade or above.
Basket Making
Oct. 26, 10 a.m. rioon
Learn to create a seasonal
basket using natural mate-
rials, for ages 10 years and
older.
Map and Compass
Instruction
Oct. 28, 10 a.m. noon
Participants will learn
how to find various compass.
directions, set up a course of
travel 6n a map, find com-
pass bearings on a map, and
maintain a correct compass
course.
Teams of two people will
put these new skills to use
by finding eight compass
points in the park woods.
Each participant should
bring a flat plastic/acrylic
standard compass, mosquito
repellant, and wear clothing
suitable for walking in the
woods.
Registration required by
e-mailing John Trow at
Johntrow3@Juno.com.


By Linda Brown
NMCRS
T he Navy Marine Corp
Relief Society
(NMCRS) at NAS Jax
offers Budget for Babies
classes the first and third
Wednesday of each month.
These comprehensive class-
es are available to all mili-
tary personnel and their
family members. Parti-
cipation of both parents is
encouraged.
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS vol-
unteer and financial plan-
ner helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget
for baby from birth through
college. He offers money
saving tips for buying
baby's first items such as
furniture, car seats, carri-
ers and strollers.
Retirement planning for
parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the


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class each family is given
"baby's first sea bag", val-
ued at $100. The sturdy
canvas bag contains a
Gerber layette and a blan-
ket knitted by NMCRS vol-
unteers.
The classes are held at
NMCR$ in Building 13
.from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the
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380 Investment Propertya
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$325.9K 770- 844-7486 4 UNITS AVAIL WITH 1.500 SF
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an4A rntshCdoinus Condominiums4Houses Houses Houses A Houses Houses
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S PrBAYMEADOWSdDeerwood ptB/Gated comm, 1/1, Amelia ARGYLE/OAK LEAF CEDAR HILLS 3/1 $925 E. ARL Rent to own 4/2, Intra Coastal W 4/2 on
NeedPlace NORT SIDE 3/2 1530f, all new, fplc 2stry unit fpl newly Island-3/2.5 Brand new3/2 Lg Porch, Great Rm,12SF brick, wd/tie firs, poo culdesac, Kensington
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.90427 1garages100.51-0950 VANSANDTRE389-3540 $1400m+dp. 352-270-3871. beautiful comm w/amen
Ns340 Realonh, Plantation Your Hat? 1na2 & 3 BR'ose r046a904-471 3
CRSCNTEAC R 1 n#EAvallabel Beautiful Spacious 2/2 SOUTHSIDE IL VILLAGIO, YSys, Bspr er t ys 900 $M0C004-re
OAKLEAF R9047570240 off Gate Pkwy & 9A, 3rd new condo gated se, c n sf.21 aced laout r PriceSlasherl uEAST ARLINGTON AREA:'$15m947183
PLANTATION Leon County,f -2 A'/o, scdFPdty90454b 69 0540UUSTINE rARdLE R L 3,a drorc., ft.2 O c
ac 4mhR/cr me .FloridaW Aparment $99m Ic wtr. 304s1710 657sN 00 a mo. 904.321.4080 2818 Re oak Dr. rlgto er. fenced, alarm, SC3/1,a2o'BelA EH R AR E -Brickry D a
acous 4B/2B2cr i Aprmens ARGYLE Merrll $925m. 332416 binds fp. many amen. lne Rd. $195m0. 472-7314 cardinal Ave.-$850
brInck home onrt cmmuntl. esac od BERKMAN pLAZA Lux 2 & SOUTHSDE2 Units up or 3/2, LR, DR FAMILY ROOM, ties, now only SIOOmo + dep. Call 472-7314
SSAN MARCO 3 BR units 1475sf or down. lbr/lba, 5F PLsIlDRm FENcED ARD ARLINGTON -3/2 sCreen ER.A Jhn Gray Rt. In C
SKor lo21800sfon river. 707) a app amenities, REFREQ$9W/MO.77&Y2897 room on lake,$1400mo. (04)269-wd181eton k $135.Dtc

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$274 900 CLAY COUNTY Southd 2br/2.a 4/2, Brick 1745sf, 9078 BEACHES 3br/2ba lrg FR fncd yd, Lots of upgrades w/d Ins
napsdestl Ownedsrarte Dnd Ciri il Conty Unique restored ofts. course condos for sale l central area Brdecreek Dr. $1200mo. 1800sfe firs. 5 mn to 1282 Summnit Oaks Dr. iCWMnutesfrom dep. 2 9-0539/268282
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AS LY St.WJohns eoU di e kat o h ts SOUTHSIDE 2br apts front Oceania Condos N "2 w2 100m 904-38.601 0 fse eyr dlace
n MoRin rplating/ ARGYLORANGE PARK BEACHES 2400sf, clubhouse 808 456-9496 PCS 962.146 880-0582 -
Cl 39851os 200m. Cal Seana.c $9g Hos trRY MS5 OK 1850hme.4774311
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w/boathouse/nf M R r, Wt lial9 8-56o r $2500eo.910 .3644avalsNov.stO
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2 story, 3BR/3Ba, 2 car aeTssible offscenic iigway TO OWN cozy, quiet apples, $1100mo. Flora $y50m. 904-233-7733 / aoid $1095 mo. 4860625 BEACHES. NEPTUNE 2br' gated. F'I" amen, Custom 2tYear New Home, 4BeR3atTi











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gatedr ock, boathouse,MM., 2500 ft. t 27in Tallae 2 BR.2'BA.Condo w/FP, tek Realty 904-477-6904 ST.9AUGUSTINE AR2GYLEdWATERMILLu9M4 IS, NEPTUNEo2r, gated.uIOsame'rh rd 2m40 sq.t. _$289,900 Oceanway AreaYea












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2208sf, 2 car gar, fnc yd Unforge.pcal.7grades, NO PETS. .po Village/Legends- .znomouyng.lu.1COm $25lO0m 2,6929 Fl. SeesaCr
on 1/2ac, "A" rated schis s re m $9 0 N 5 36.0 8 $105D0mo. 912.3229 92788 C 2/2 garage 0 dish-
$342,900. 904-287-6384 JOE.ek omrd i 2its W D END e oD wvgrbc@tds.net washer, w/d lanai. 4 C
KE uo:riseRa h ad nsllIncludes cable, water
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C OomI GgCocean lar at. 904- 27 780son.
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S 21900sf ers Welcome Many ools, fit cntr 616-1527
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sized kitch.6 en with W'SIDE- 852 St Calire t garage, 2/2.5 w/ bonus ,IA
Island. 16X16 screened lbr, $500/mo avail 10/1 Jrmon quiet cu- de. sac
porch w/deck. 2 car IF YOU OONT KNOW JOE, Section 8 accepted. Call $950m Call 465.1318 l Argyle-3/2, 1300
ara pergo hard- YOU DON'TKNOW FLORIDA. 53S-3261 sf, near Argyle
wad 2 Oors.9 o$259,900 ORTEGA River front J Eiem., fen ed
90oo4, 25-8595 condo. 2/2.5 stainless backyard, sprin-
904- 219538 8+ACRrdPRME v
MLS#39193 Condominiums applies, WD, $1050mo. kler* securitysystem
wihllwidocveCal 321-960-2746 $1200 mo. Cal 1 772- 9481
:50woavailable Sept.30
350 Waterfront 5 ACRES Green Cove ARLINGTON PONTEVEDRABEACH


ASprings -hi/dr homes Merrill Pines, all new OCEAN GROVE 1/1+Loft, OP/OAKLEAF -Gated
on Off ofW 17, 3/2,904-868-2059 Overlooks pool, on lake, lakefront 32.5 TH, 1 car
Absolutely beautiful on $2 904-219-261 904-608-5411 Must rent $10O0m. ar, sc ana, amen


























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St. Johns River w/dock Andy 904-588.4295; cntr, $1500imo + sac
992 Fruit Cove Rd. 3+ac BURKE CO., GA Arlington Merrill Ken 904-251-5370 dep. Call 504-3789
ASHLEY WOODS SUB 3/2 Great opportunity to load w/d pets ok. reod., S star amenities
204sf all apps i 700sf own your place in the Available now PCS $800m. Call 904-716-77.12 furnished
































2 FL /all Fis or ncis 904737144
deck-presv, lot, 1.5 acr_ A $995na 504. 427 o 0. BCt .
wtrfrnt, $299K. 220-0271 country. Near Augusta. c $95m 504-4277 or 904-673-8967 2 Unfur
BROWARD RIVER 404.362.8244 ATL BCH 2/1.5 Twnhm, PVB/Belleza 2/2,3rd fir $500 Down U OWNIm
newlyrenov. end unit, newly remod new appls, AlUAreas 1st Mo. FREE
MIN TO ST. JOHNS St Regis Paper Co. LL fncd bkyd, quiet area grt amens, JTB/A1A area QUALIFY
3/2 fnshed oatllft, www.stregpaper.com $m. No pets. 536-0784 $1050m. 904-294-9927, Call the Notllne 381208 r
















VLad1$329k 704-3777 EMANUEL CO., GA Batfl mnte C s a
By Owner 178' on St 95 AC $2,275/AC Beautifully maintained all bck,
Johns RIver with Creek, Pond Sites /2, 2,20 sq t on large encSd 0
breathtaking views in Hardwoods, Pines, lot, big enough for a poo. This 9 -
East Plataka. 269' ? e O rod
w/boathouse/lift. Paved Road split floor lan home is a must no t ft
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200'X550' $499K. 2 other N.C. MOUNTAINS!! 0. y5long, ad
riverfront lots $299K to PRE CONSTRUCTION PRICES si. $,00.ai
$375K 319-621-5045 New Developmentl year Home Warrantys N e Beach Bl d
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91 toProposed sLake Start 5330 Vivera L., Jacksonville, FL. Reduced to $274,900
Ft. Caroline area $299K Ing at $39,00. New Cabin
www.owners.com Shell Only $109.900.
WATERFRONT Near C ia.' 2 -62 -80 A TE S RA O A
Co. Line east R E SOUTH CAROLINA
Bostwick 2.5 AC 350" ArKen Count -549 acresTm- E EG R
frontage on Cesar ,,Aate n 2 ml5s or 120.RC
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Fenced, Cleared, Dock. 3. 36t-5202 -3
Well. 268-9696 $185,000 J i 9 0 1
355 Condominiumse HUNTING TRACTS NewHomes 4 11- i
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BETYTER THAN BERAND offered for sale in the from the $160s
NEW -ayr new condl o Ai ken& Barnwell are B a.e r "" "
phone all wiSandoy @ 412 Great investment prop
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to pool and mailboxes. metai bldg, under 2yrs
Convenience plus. Call oldV and .39 acres.
Joyce Frasier with Joinin45S /Mi -ld THE FLEET
759-3862 $255k 912-526-3011 9 0
CLOSING COSTSI randocsmith@msn.com L * *
38R/2.5Ba, 1560sf, WESTERN KY -575 acres. _
2 Car Garage, all appli- 3ml from Lake Barkley. Y-575-
ances, $209,900; MLS: $640.88 270- 350- 0741 !
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Park GC, 8th hole A PersonaITouch aae na
$189,000 904-992-91621 IAC on river in BostwlckA Pe, T ra Tub
Mandarin 10Oft river front, Irg live
1car oar, new carpet. fen'd. ccrete boat dock,
$174i,900obo k8e91-40 9K. 904-545-5626 Jack Lee Construction
$174NR0Tob h 5541HARRIE A
OCEANFRONT on the Bch 3/1 $59,000 251 Anne Ave. 7839039 Old Middleburg
Oceania- gated Jax Bch 5/2 $49'000 3312 Nolen St.
balcony, par, fitness ctr, 652-70.OIA
pool, storage, $699K. 6527886.
90 7638 8+ ACRES PRIME Devel
Ponte Ved ra East mentI a nd availIn I'unow l nI
of AlA- 2/2 condo, ar prnow, sell CBC050
fire place, wal-. in 8 27
closets. 62 Ponte Vedrao






exc views, xtra view lot Rehab Draw Up Front
gated HOA, Moty. Seller No Pre- Pay Penalties
9349900o864-836.5774 No Junk Fees
Moving to 36- Hour Closings
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rent 4/2 furnished. 100% Financing E APARTMENTS
Oct 17 to April. $1700mo.A RT.S
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7Pensac 1100 Seagate Ave ,-Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 tilli
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Avail mid Nov. $159,900 >Lender # LI00000547767 --
VA Land:12 acs, fronts Beautiful newly renvt'd "
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Perked: 919-693-8984 $30 0 4-3-094, Historic Avondale

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Tahassee & 10 miles MURRAY HILL LARGE MOnda One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Exc. InvestMentar 1c& 2BR Apts.t cble Ready One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202
reatlonal property w/ C rpe, quip. 384- 147 _________ 1111 1
15 & 18 yr. old pine NOTHSIDE
lantation. $1,950/ac. 2BDRMPFRiENT.
all 770-444-3511 or 2BDRM APTFORRENT.
404-825-3635. Call 563-5625







Jax Air HOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 21, 2006 2


"420 Houses
Snfurnished
Mandarin home for rent.
1500Sq. ft,, 3/2,large
fenced back yard, wood
floors, newly carpeted
bedrooms, excellent
schools. $1200mo.
contact 904-230-2052
to view property
,f. Mandarin 4/2.5 +
comp rm, 25000sf,
shed, washer,
dryer, refrigerator,
sofa, chair, din ng set.
$1600mo. Call 292-1040
or 338-1264
MAND. Very nice Twnhm,
3/2, lcgar, 1600sf, apple.
incl., no smoker/pets,
$1195m+dp. 904.287.9507
MARIETTA 2/1 $795 ch&a
HW Firs Water Incl, Prch
Kit Equip, C Fan, Lg Lot
VANSANDT RE389-3540
4, Mayport Inter-
coastal home 4/2,
LR, FFR, DR, 2600sf,
fireplace, Inground
pool, hugenyaid.
$1600mo 220.7073
Mlddleburg-3/2/2
on over acre, new
paint, new carpet.
S all appliances.
100% financing call
779-1918
Minutes from
Mayport 4/2, LR,
FR, DR, 2600 sf
S $1600mo call
234-7653
MURRAY HILL 2/1 $650
ch&a, 1 Car Gar, Kit Equip
990SF, Fenced Back, Must C!
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
Murray Hill 2/1 fncd yd,
granltkit, SS apple, frnch
drs, terrace, auto gar
dr. $825 pets/lease
purch opt 904- 234- 9596
MURRAY HILL 3/1 $950
1 Car Gar, New Paint, Brick
1206SF, Carpet, Kit Equip.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
NEPT. BCH 1649 Landing
compi updated, 3/2 Irg
fncd yd, 2cgar & RV prkg,
$1600m 904-910- 6052
NORTHSIDE, Villages of
Westport New 4/2, 2 car
gar, scr patio, LR, DR
1750m 904 7103494
Northside 3/1 $700-$825
& Murry Hill 2/1 $725m
all have ch&a, appis
No HUD Greg 376-5190
NORTHSIDE -4/2, CH&A,
fncd yrd, sec sys, $900
mo. 737.1152, 704-7599
Northside Rent or Rent
Sto Own Large 3/2 wd
Family Room, Fenced,
Garage Call 334-4881
OAKLEAF-4/2, 2083sf,
tons of upgrades, grt
schools, access to
amenities. Waterfront
$1350mo. 904-236.9889
OAKLEAF -Best Priced !
beautiful lake view 4br,
3ba, 2400sf. Enjoy the
pools & all amenities
only $1375mo. 779-5428
ORANGE PARK 586 Wll
11am Ellery 3/2 Famn rm,
DR, LR, enclosed prch,
2c gar pool $1300mo +
dep. 904-504-5690
O.P. -1911 Hunters
Trace. Immac 3/2, 2 car
gar, 1500sf, scrnd
porch, Ig fncd yd,
$1150mo. 276-6446
>OP3/2 w/d hkp,
fncd bkyd no pets,
block & half to River Rd.
$950m. N/Smkr. 343-7608
O.P. COZY 3/t. -on I1
fncd lot,. Cottonwood
Ln. Sell for $144k or rent
$1250mo. 307-9245
O.P./ FLEMING ISLAND
amenities newer 4/2,
2000sf, $1195
904-424-0829
O.P. OAKLEAF New
4/2+, 2600+, waterfont,
w/d, lanai, no smk/pets.
$1650mo. Call 505-3648
O.P.- Spacious 4/2,2 car
garage, 2284sf in Eagle
Harbor, 3 way bedrm
split, form liv/din, scnr
porch, lawn care inci.
$1475 Vanguard Realty
Inc. 904264-7181 ext 1
ORANGE PARK Oakleaf
3br/2.5ba, i1c gar, TH
$950mo. OBO. Call
954-914-8924
Orange Park/
4 Bear- Run Sub- divi-
| lsion-TWo story 5/3
on cul- de- sac.
$1200mo plus security
deposit req'd. Contact
Sharon at 759-1106
SOrange Park-
Meadow Brook
Subdivision home
for rent, 3/1.5
$850mo. plus security
dep. Call Sharon
759-1106
Orange PK/Flem Isl New
lux 3/3+gar end unit
2671 Tuscany Glen Dr.
off College St. $1300m
RTO Option. 626-4200
ORANGE PARK 3br/1.Sba
Ig twn home, storage
unit, Ig backyard.
$800/mo Call 504-9633
ORANGE PARK 3/2,
[| new carpet appi,
Y.I/paint, w/d hkp,
fenced yard. 340
Arora Blvd. $1000 mo +
$700 deposit. 298-3120
Ponte Vedra 3br/3ba
bonus rm, new crpt,
new pnt. Walden Chase
Comm pool $1800m
904 285-0140
PVB E. of AIA 3/2 + ofc
2000sf., court yrd pool,
lawn/pool svc mincl, pets
ok. $1900. 904-703-0242
REGENCY AREA -3/1.5,
CH&A, apple, w/d hkp,
fncd yd, cov bkpatio,
$900mo + dep 923-1040
San Jose CC 3/2, gar,
den, hwd firs, ch/a, fen
No pets $1050m. 3639
Coronado 904-731-1599
SAN MARCO 2/1, fpl,
hdwd firs, eat-n-kit, lyr
lease. $1000+$700sec.
904 384- 4080/707-1235
So-side 4br/3ba, 2500sf
lake front, wood floors,
$1400mo. Call Rebekah
@ 904-998-8263
SOUTHSIDE AREA
Brand new rent to own.
3 bedrm, 2 bath, garage,
appliances 386-623-9611
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420 Houses
Unfurnished
Southside brand new,
for rent or rent to own,
3/2. 1 car gar, for more
Info call 386-965-6453
Southside Iron Wood
Lease to buy 4/3 2400sf
$1900mo or $392,000.
Call 516-660-2709
SOUTHSIDE
4/2.5, $1050mo +
deposit 994-8668
SOUTHSIDE Brand New
3br/2.5ba, 2 stry TH, 1
car gar, 1600sf. end unit
$11lOm 786-256- 2556
SOUTHSIDE $350 dn. to
own your home. All
areas avail. Call KD
Properties 566-6265
S'SIDE NEW TOWNHOUSE
Bertram Park 2br+loft,
2.5ba, waterfront foun-
tain view. W/D, fridge,
$1250m. 843-296-1479
SS-Wolf Crk 3/2 TH, all
appi scrn prch, gar,
gated, pool, $1285mo.
pecial321-287-4505
St. John's Co. 4BD/2BA
2000sqft Johns Creek
1804 E.Willow Branch Ln
$1400. 610-6362/287-2181
St. Johns Co./John Creek
OWNER FINANCING
All new 4/2, 1750sf, new
pool comm, $1750mo.
Sm. Dn. 291-8311
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ST JOHNS CO. 4/3, 2600sf,
hot tub scrnd pool on
lake, hwd firs. 3c gar.
$1850mo. 904 237- 7911
St. Johns River Water-
front 3/2, 1600sf, 280'
dock on 1001 waterfront
$1750mo. Call 280-8830
C. St. Johns/Monu-
ment-3/2,1500sf,
S 2 car garage, large
S backyard pets?
W/D included, 6 miles
from Mayport, 5 min-
utes from everything.
$1050 mo+ $1050 dep
891-5843
10436 Jolynn Rd.
ST. JOHNS CO. -border.
3/2.5, + den gar, new,
all new apple, $1250m0.
Call 904-249-4146
TARA WOODS 3/2 $1295
2 Car Gar, Pool, 1682SF, 1682SF, Den,
Kit Equl ed, Fenced Yard.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WESTSIDE 2br duplex,
lba ch/a wtr, swr furn'd
$65Om+$500dp, nopets.
778-7840/502.0974
WESTSIDE 5133 Palmer
Ave 2/1, gar, 2 carports,
fncd yrd, w/d, fp. ch/a
$900m 904-534-1252
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778.2897
WESTSIDE nice 3/2 with
den just remod, ch/a,
$895mo. Call 287-1756
WESTSIDE Large 2x1 acre
fncd yd CH&A w/d conn.
5562 Lyle Lane. $695mo $595
dep. Call 472-7314
WESTSIDE NR OP 3/1
BONUS RM, NEW CPT 2
CAR GAR, W/D HKP NO pETS
REF REQ. $850/MO. 860- 7219
S'slde 3/1, $300 Move-In
Special! 3444 Inwood
Cir.WRemod $850mo.
No HUD. 904-687-4962
WS CEDAR LKS 3/2 $995
ch&a, Fplc, Bonus Rm
1 Car Gar, Lakefront, w/Dock
VANSANDT RE 389- 3540
WS LAKESHORE 3/1.5 $800
1600SF, Kit Equip, Carport,
SBonusrm, ch&a,WD Hkps.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WESTSIDE- Venetia very
nice 3/2 alarm, ch/a,
fen 2 car garage, $1450
+ deposit 860-4200
42s Manufactured
4 Homes
4. 1700 sf mobile
home $700 a
l month. 119
Teresa's court
Kiniqsland in Southern
Pines Park many
extras.
ARGYLE Newer 3,4 BR's
DW on private lot.
$800.$950 /mo. No HUD
Greg 376-5190
N'SIDE -1480 Jake Rd. 3/2
$775mo + $825dep. No
pets 757-7621
ST. JOHNS CO. -1.5 ac,
1994 MH, 1800sf, 3/2,
barn. Rent or Rent to
Own. $1100m 716-4162
WESTSIDE 2br/2ba,
9368-3 Arm Road.
$600mo, $400 dep. Call
904-234-4934
WS 103rd 3/1.5 $560
CH&A, W&D HU, Water
Incl, Kit Eqp, Must See
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
W'SIDE Very nice 3/2 in
quiet park. 3 newer
homes to choose from.
$700. $790.-Call 771.-6107

430 Roommates
ARGYLE Femrn To Share
4/2.5 Home, $250dep
$500mo util i nc 386-0698
ARLINGTON M a I e
officer looking for
roommate, 3br/2ba,
$600, all inci, cbl, pwr,
water, M/F. 706-338-8614
Fern. to share w/same.
G.C.Springs priv. bath
$475m inc. util. 284- 4856
Non- smkg Christian fern
w/daughter & cats to
share 4/2 w/same.
$400m+util+dp. 646-9172
NORTHSIDE share 2br
house utils incl $125wk
+dep n/smkr 764-7052
ORANGE PK Must love
animals $450mo $200
dep Util incl. 612-9112
A ORANGE PARK
SOAKLEAF PLANTATION
1 one room fum.,
$475mo. or unfur-
nished, $450 non-smoker,
free water/ amenities,
utilities neg. 904-962-5420
REGENCY/COBBLESTONE
Share 3br home,$100wk.
cbl. oh. pets, 703-5944


NORTHSIDE/OCEANWAY
3133 Ashgrove Rd. 4/2.5 1695/1695
1734 Shore View Dr. W 4/2 1625/1625
17550 Montessa Terr 3/2.5 1525/1525
874 Poydras Ln. W 4/2 1425/1425
11866 Lake Bend Cir. 3/2.5 1195/1195
11868 Lake Bend Cir. 3/2.5 1195/1195
429 Blue Whale Way 3/2 1050/1050
1463 Biscayne Bay Dr. 3/2.5 1000/1000
1527 Blscayne Bay Dr 1st mo free 2/2.5 975/975
3010 Hickory Nut St. 3/1 900/900
2439 Wilmont Ave. 3/1 900/900
10716 Leora Dr. 3/1.5 850/850
10539 E Gailwood 3/1 825/825
3466 Bessent Rd. House & Apt 3/1 800/800
133 E 43rd St. 1st mth free 3/2 750/750
920 Saratoga Blvd 3/1 650/650
1671 W. 34th St. 2/1 625/625
ARUNGTON/SOUTHSIDE


1300/1300
1195/1195
1200/1200
1200/1200
1195/1195
1125/1125
1050/1050
1000/1000
900/900
900/900
900/900
800/800
650/650


975/975
850/850
800/800
800/800


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619 Grove Park Blvd 4/2
13364 Beach Blvd. $600 off 1st mo 3/2
12003 Saverio Ln. 3/2
8051 Toulon Ct. 3/2
4259 Highwood Dr. 3/2.5
2864 Lantana Lakes Dr. E 3/2
12733 Ariana Ct. .3/2.5
7701 Timberland Park #537 2/2
10075 Gate Parkway N #911 1/1
7651 Brockhurst Dr. 3/1
1915 Southside Blvd. 3/1
2448 Seabury Place N. 2/1
9820 Buncome Rd. 2/1
WESTSIDE/ARGYLYE
8725 Huntington Woods Cr. N LB 3/2
i5812 Tampico Rd. 3/1
5139 Somerton Ct. 3/2
6242 Pennant Dr. W 3/1


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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
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Besides protecting our
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personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
houis of volunteer
service in Northeast
Rorida and Southeast
Georgia last year.Their
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430 Roommates
SAN MARCO Great loc., MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION
Prof. M, share 4/2 $700 or 16 wk, medical tran-
$400ea+utll. 854-8736 scriptlon state certi-
fled program. FMI:
Share 2br/2ba MH in OP. Academy of Medical
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Low Dally/Wkly RatesI Real Estate, Mortgage, Ttle
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BAYMEADOWS
BEACHES, MANDARIN
SOUTHSIDE, WESTSIDE. Home Cleaners
EFFIC $100WK, Apt $200. Tlk
$150week also houses ba.I5/Wk
for rent furn/ unfurn PartIm
wk, month. 904 302 5753
SMIDDLEBURG- Perm & Temp positions
Share 4 acre horse Work near home
ranch well cozy Flexible daytime sched.
kept home nicely Must have car
furnished room. Arlington/S'side 425-3084
$325+util+deposit. Call Beaches 242 8235
904 612 6646 Mand/W'side 731 7453

707 Driver
SBe A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Si Bu season 600-800 wk
Commercial Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
tate Taxi/Para Transit 493-5246
500 Commercia/ Beach Taxi 249 0360
Industrial for Sale
505Commercial/ CO DRIVERS- ih Yulee Fl.
Industrial for Rent Local & OTR, Class A
507 Commercial/ CDL 2 years tractor
507 Commercial/ trailer exp. Great pay .
Businesses for Sale Call PaT 904-321-0011
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale .
515 Retail/Office Space Company
for Rent Drivers
Commercial/ Bonus*
505 Industrial Owner Operators
For Rent $2000 Sign on Bonus*
*PaId First 2 Weeks
2000sf
Grade level warehouse. WANTED Drivers w/ 2
Utlls included. $1000/mo or mor rs exp. &
Call for details. 50,000 Class A CDL- Hazmat
cars per day. Easton. Home most wknds
Sanderson, & Co. NEW PAY PACKAGE
356-2228 Realtor $,34-.38/mile
DEERWOOD BUSINESS /OP pay $0/mile
PARK -12,000-15,000sf +fuelsupplement
of whse avail now. $01 Safety Bonus
Dock high 24' clear. $.02 Service Bonus
Call Barry at 874-5283 Medical Dental 401k
GPaid Vac & holidays
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Optional Health Care
Comm/whse space Programs that Include
avail, 4000sf & 6000sf
zonedlight Industrial a 100% Company Pd
Call 272-8600 Premium Prog,
OP 2000sf w/small office Optional Per Diem Pay
OP 2000soo w/small office Program 5 day
.for service type bus. Program@ 52.00 /day
$8SOmo. 352 -473-3067 ft
Cell 352-745-1056 i, ilR Greg @
SOUTHSIDE 800-723-3424 for info
10,000sf. Grade Level, .
17,300sf dock 20,000sf
rade, 27,50osf.dock DRIVER- Full time open
Easton, Sanderson, & Ing for prof CDL Mini
Co. 356-2228 Realtor mum class ,A with
hazmat for declared
51. Ofie Space local route. Must have
515 Office Space clean MVR Good pay.
For Rent benefits EOE Apply M-F
8am-2pm 2310 S.
Edwards Ave. Jax FL .
1,920 s f 11,52 32254 94-387-0431
Eastpark Great location! DRIVERS
(904)998-9339 Professionallclass A
OFF BLANDING. Mini drivers, OTR tractor
office suites $395mo trailer, good pay. Great
Incids SL 800-213-0769 home time, health Ins.,
407-304-7068 401K, paid vaCation,
bonus pkg,, & top
OFF BLANDING Mini equipmentall in a small
office suites $395mo. company atmosphere
incids DSL 407-304-7068 but backed up with
904-777-3402 large company benefits.
Call Randy 877i.440- 7890
OFFICE SUITES AVAIL www.PTSI- online.com
3070 Blanding Blvd. Rents Ask about our new pay
start at $255. Includes all package.
utils. Call 472-7314 E.hl j 0I,"4l.1W];<0 3:u-
RIVERSIDE & KING Ideal class B License Expe-
for professional/ medi rience preferred.
cal. 2 floors = approx benf, comp wage SIGN
4800sf. Lease/purchase ON BONUS 904 940-1226
avail. Call 904. 612-.0558 TRUKDRIVERS
TRUCK DRIVERS
SRetail Earning potential
Snt 800-1000/wk Co. pro-
525 For Rent vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
RESTAURANT OR OTHER School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
ROOSEVELT/ATLANTIC 866.374-0764
/103RD 288-8500
/1RD -8500 CDL CLASS DRIVERS
ULocal hauling, Baldwin
min S150/ day +bnfts.
Permanent work.
f Call 904 26 6-2030
|U 5 E! WO 710 InTrades
Business
Opportunities AIRCRAFT LINE SVC TECH
s.- 1General aviation exp
Distributorships/ pref. Will train. Call Ms.
Franchises Piper btwn 10 am -2pm
Fictitious Names only 641-8555
Financial Services CARPENTERS
Money to Lend or UPRIGHT
Borrow CONSTRUCTION INC
Mortgages Bought HIRING EXPERIENCED
Mortgages Bougt RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
and Sold TOP PAY &
i SIGN ON BONUS
Health benefits
Paid Holidays
I* Paid vacations
Gas allowance,
$$$ Pr- Foreclosure 40 plus hrs/week
Business $$$ $299. Company T-shirts
4 weeks class. 622-7539 Quarterly Bonus
serious inq. only. program
BOOSTING YOUR INCOME Call 509-752415 Daytime
Sat 2p Best Western 4580 Evenings 904-261-5694
Coins Rd. Orange Park
DRY CLEANERS -at the OPERATOR Fora
Beach. Estab since '90, 2 oaders/shiPoangx &
full plant, 904-338-3370 receiving. &ax
sul seeking 0 resume/appl. to Lanz
JANBURY Seeking 951-371-8345
franchisee for Jax51-3
www.janbury.com
PIZZA RESTAURANT Maronda Systems is
in Middleburg- 2200sf of seeking a residential
leased space, 2 years left Service Technician, for
on lease. Equip. incls: 2 the Jacksonville North
Lincoln Conveyor ovens area. Must have own
1 preptable refrigerated truck and tools. Top
walk in cooler 4 work payandgreat benefits.
tables, 1 chest freezer, 1 lease contact Tommy
hot bar, 2 salad bars, at 904-545-4750
60QT Hobart mixer, 10 GRADER, DOZER,
booth dinning tables. TRACKHOE,
high chairs, numerous ROLLER OPERATORS&
lpans and small wares. OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
r Mike 904-83n8-659 Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
or Mike 904-38-7659 Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
RETRACTABLE SCREEN 7587 WilsOn Blvd. JAX. EOE
COMPANY looking for
Dealers in Jacksonville Machinist 1st Class
area. Will train. Great Experienced, skilled &
pay. Truck, tools are dependable machinist
req'd. 1-86- 701-7335 needed. Knowledge in
valve repair a plus.
SEAFOOD MARKET -For Permanent position,
Sale good location, good benefits. (health
W'side $79K 704-9685 Fns & 401k) Salary nego
table. 358-1849
MARINE ELECTRICIANS,
ELECTRICIAN HELPERS,
WELDERS, FITTERS,

SFull time position. Con
pany paid benefits,
Ml vacation, holidays. Prior
shipyard exp. a plus.


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work. Trans req'd.
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PIPELAYERS& CLINICAL DENTAL o SALESPERSON
LABORERS ASST Manufactured Homes.
With 5 yrs exp. TOP PAY erence required for Earning Potential
BENEFITS & 401K. EE e
Drug Free Workplace N'slde progressive den $40,000-$100 000 904
Callawa tal office. xc benefit ts. Plus Benefisf
90471 8944 Call 4daywork week.. Fax FAX RESUME 7839598
between 6:30a & :30a resume to 766-7021 OR CALL TODAY 783.8385

LABORES WATNTED 724 Education 750 Engineering
Top wages for Qualified
individuals.Benefits PRE. K TEACHER w/CDA SURVEYco
pkg avail 249-3049 & ASSISTANT INSTRUMENT
at the Cambridge Prep PERSON .
COMM ELECTRICAL CON' School competitive RODMAN
TRACTOR-now hiring. pay, 401K & Insurance. for construction
Electricians & helpers esol. ca layoutsurvey crew.
S2 yrs exp needed growing school l at: $2
for Ig comm project In 257997.FLORIDA SURVEY
Jax FL. Benefits Inc. CALN 0 10439 Alta Drive
fuel relmb, health, pd 7 5i 714-0041 x106
holidays, 401K. vac. 7ffice/ DFWP/EOE
Call 800-330-9531 7 Clerical 4
F ATTORNEY'S OFFICE SURVEY PARTY CHIEF &
Marie Downtown. Sam-79pmi INSTRUMENT PERSONS
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Trade work &/or preparing only.Benefits avail.
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CAPTAINS, MARINE Fax re sume Cheryl
ENGIEERS & A/BS 904-358-3069 753 Security
for American Marine 90- -SA39
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on production dredgvE Y or ppon-O
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Etvrand Alco Engines. HrOAM mOMKRC
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Hdhuwat tae and e 7 -.ears b-reRiHs Resident Monitors for
?es ,travel n e ,andd H R ten Jackson-
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your family. Must have bag un lu i ll sploma
n card. Contact: Port orteti rr3 nd req. Exp. not required.
Captain, Matthew Spal vn, t-. Enai ,, MUST PA5S NCIC
eta @3 310-547-0919. Fax hrpo5ftlon5.292hrel2y corn background check,
resume to 310-547-0031. ,:r 'i t,: '2H23.3 No drugtest and beable to A
E. mall address: call olseas. DFWPE'-E work 2nd shift
spaleta@amarinecorp.com 4pm-12am. Starting
Aff r m t A ct 7 e k P ro f e s s io n a l/0r a l e $ 8 3 1 / p e r h o u r +
SProfessional paid hIolidays and
712 Mechanic 730 Personal acaon. FTPT avail.
Ser ios Pick u ications at
2020_DahliaRd, Jax, FL
AUTO TECH $2K signing STYLIST, COSMET, MAS 32254 EE
bonus qualified person. SAGE THER. w/clients SFI-NOW HIRING
Benefits avail 268-4010 prefd; rent / comm. Sec Off Rovers, Sup
or fax 268-4014 Tan / Hair Spa, nr OP apply on line: Blu
Mall. Free wk403-7019 sTi.appone.com
or call for appt 721-9121
MECHANIC- heavy duty Class D required
local truck shop will Restaurants/ tFo
copsidertraining the 735 TACTICAL
right person with mech Hotels TACTICAL
exp. Vac. hol sick time,- OFFICERS
no Ins 904-813-2797 DANCERS, DOORSTAFF $795/wk. Paid travel, ,
I lodging and per diem.
& BARTENDERS Military or police exp. 1
713 Legals NEEDED req'd. 1
1 CALL 757-7370 Supervisors, pu
Executive protection, Psa
ATTORNEY'S OFFICE DANCERS DANCERS Tactical officers.
Downtown. Attorney No nudity no exp nec. Stateside only. Co
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71 Management/ bartenders, waitresses,
17 Professional security. Drivers
FLASHDANCERS Guards
CLINICAL COUNSELOR Westslde's newest club Messengers A
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Navy FFSC, Mayport, FL Call 389-8273 Brinks, Inc Is the premier Tr
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solution-focused transportation. We l
clinical Intervention for DANCERS offer:
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clinical lcense/certi- Day/Night Available Company Matching 401k
flcation and 2 years BESTSHOWBAR Tuition Reimbursement
post-master's super- AT THE BEACHES! -Paid Vacation
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Reporting to the Director of Rehab, the Rehab Coordinator
assists with daily operations pertaining to the
rehabilitation department. Responslbllltles Include
ensuring all therapy referrals are staffed and therapy
evaluations are received in a timely manner, researching
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department, serving as rehab liaison and performing
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ESTATE
SALES






TICKETS

Look for these
advertisements
in the
Merchandise
section of the
Classifieds


COFFEE BREWER
Bunn Twin, Alrpot,
.220v, $875 or best
offer. Robert
-213-6536
DRYER & WASHER
-HDW$200 set.
339-4222
For Sale Kenmore
heavy duty
washer and elec-
tric dryer good
nditlon $220 obo. Call
Charles 860 5995
GE Washing
Machine $125,
dMayta Bdyh'r125
001 Call 912-729- 7982
SWhirlpool electric
range $165. Two
1 years old for more
details phone
72-1417 or 777-6660
anytime.



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BLUELINX
rmerly Georgia Pacific)
554 Gene Lasserre Blvd.
Yulee, FL 32097
is having a
CASH AND CARRY
YARDSALE
Day only/Pick- up
material upon
rchase/CASH ONLY
at., Sept. 23rd, 2006
SAM. 12 Noon
orme take advantage
F our overstocked
iventory. Material
will be offered at
GREAT PRICES! -
11 (904)225-3000 for
more information
aneling Shingles
SRiver Rock&
Mosaic Tile Sheets
omposite Decking
Adjustable Columns
Engineered Wood
im Special Order
Wood Columns
AND MUCH MUCH
MORE
aterilal sub ect to prior
sa e




IER Kyocera Mita 4035
ith 3000 sheet finisher,
o to ebay.com to bid.
Work Station Quad
4 7' x 7.5' Cubicles
Only $2000 for all 4
ator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400







TATE
LLES






CKETS

ook for these
Ivertisements
in the
Merchandise
section of the
Classifieds

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

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SSony Flat Screen
TV 32"-Wega dual
tuner, PIP, paren-
tal control, wire-
less headphones. $499
call 912 882- 5865



ESTATE SALE -Persian
cpt & several other
antq's. HH furnishings,
1564 Scott Rd. Switzer
land, Saturday 09/23
Off 103rd 6001 Old
Middleburg Rd. Fri/Sat
9-5; Sun 11-2. DR set, BR
set, w/d, clarinet,
Roland keyboard,
glassware, kit, gar.
lawn equip, CB equip.
www.yesterdayschildinc.com

--S
Householdhh
5 piece sleigh
Bedroom set with 2
night stands and
lamps. Queen
brand new pillow top
mattress purchased
from "Rooms 2 Go"
$1200 obo. Call
262-880-9821
r Antique Victorian
Couch. In perfect
S condition dark
mahogany light
natural cloth asking
$175 call 887-9042 Iv
msg.
SBaby changing
table $30, Bent-
1 |wood rocking chair
$25. Call 992-6877
Baker's Rack display
stand, antiqued metal
w/ 3 metal and 1 glass
shelf $50. Call 51& 7104
BDRM SET 6pc Incl. Qn
matt set, new in box
$499. Can del. 391-0015
BED /#1 BEST PRICE
Queen or full mattress $100
King $160(904) 674-0405

BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-.9350
BED $130 QN PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $299 Brand name Kg
pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391-0015
BED $350 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic, l0yr
warr 398-5200 can delly
BED $395 Solid wood
cherry sleigh bed w/
matt. & box. Retail $950.
858-9350 Can deliver
Bedroom Suit Only
Stwo (2) years old. Full
bed, box spring, mat-
tress, night stand,
chest, and dresser/mirror.
$200 obo 268-8656
4, Bedroom
SSuit-Double bed
1l. with mattress,
Chest, dresser, and
nightstand. $500 Call
552-0365

SBlack natuzzi
leather couch and
loveseat excellent
S condition $500.
Call Dave 757.395.7026
4 Bunkbed Set-Two
mattress, full lin-
ens, matching
spreads and desk.
$450 obo call
904-291-3450
4 Entertainment
SCenter -beautiful
S Thomasville
Martinique cherry
$599; also two match-
ing display cabinets
$299 each call
912- 882- 5865
4 Queen size bed-
S room set head
S board, foot board,
dresser, mirror,
nightstand, oak asking
$750 AIP call 491-7996


Coffee. and end
Stables rustic wood
and metal. $75 obo
for set. Call Sonja at
901-292-0052
4, CURIO STAND
SBk metal frame w/
four glass shelves
$50.00 leave msg
12-510-7104
Dininn room table
T withfour chairs,
4 Coffee table with
end tables,
Entertainment
center and floor lamps.
Call 868- 3930
4, Dolphin shape
S ceramic coffee
kl table; two end
tables one couch
table $400 Call Barb
778-9167
DR Set, Hutch, Buffet
table & 5 chrs, antique
oak finish $600 924,7678
4 Elegant sofa and
Soveseat $400 neg.
l 337-255-4451 ask
4')o for Sarah
caluntumers@aol.com
pics available upon
request.
4, Entagere Display
Stand, black metal
w/ 4 lass shelves
$50. all 510- 7104
ENTERTAINMENT UNIT Ig
white, $250, Antq DR
dropleaf tbi $275. Cof
fee tbi, oval, chry $95.
Antq telephone desk,
chry $150, Antq cedar
chest, $125. Sofa tbl
w/3drwrs, $125.727-0005
S For sale Graco 3 in
1 baby crib with
Q) mattress, chang-
ingtable, and
dresser. Like new $200
obo call 673-8630
S Full size mattress
and box spring
bassett from Bs.
S Guest room use.
Excellent condition
$150 O.P. Call 276-0426
Furniture-White
baby changing
I e table/dresser
$100, pink toddler
bear bed $50, excellent
condition. Call 729-3390
SGerman Wailunit
(Shrank) Pur-
chased in Ger-
many great condi-
tion. Authentic
oakwood cabinet
carvings and bar. Must
see $1500 Vickie
382-4611.
GLASS TABLE -w/ 4chrs.
Must see to appreciate.
Exc cond, 1/4" thick
glass, very heavy and
well made. $300 288-8672
Large Panasonic
microwave $40e
oak rolltop desk
$60, large speak-
ers for stereo (4) $20
each 17" computer
monitor $40, metal
desktop $20. Must Sell!
904264 9028/309-3298
Living Room
/ Suit-sofa, match-
1 ing chair & otto-
S man, end tables,
coffee table, lamps
large painting (south-
west). $650 obo
268-8656
4 Loveseat and Sofa
S$200, Mahogany
k i table-w/4cnairs
S$250, Large Orien-
tal Rug $100. Call
721-2939 will negotiate.
Matt. Set Queen Pillow Top
Still in plastic $150,
Can Deliver (904) 674-0405
Memory Foam Matt Set
New Queen $370
10 yr Warr. (904) 674 0405
SPalm Casual 60"
table 6 chairs
t glider chair, two
end tables,
reclining chair, otto-
man chaise lounge.
$550 276- 0426
SQueen Size Bdrm
et' Head board,
foot board,
dresser, mirror,
night stand, oak. Ask-
ing $750 AlP call
491-7996
SOFA & CHAIR khaki
color, contemporary
style, lyr. new, great
cond. must sell. $325
both obo. 220-9688
SOFA-It blue with
S floral pattern,
tl7 good condItion
must sell $85. Call
387-5615
4, White storage
furniture, white
coffee stand, 1/4
S carat size 7 sol-
Itare ring. Excellent
Condition moving must
sell AlP call 491-7996

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Callahan Huge Sale
Fri, Sat 1; offAlA on
45165 Stratton Rd.
j Garage Sale
10/13,10/144
families 10827
Wahine Dr. all
kinds of Items. 7-2 off
St. Johns Bluff between
Atlantic/Beach
SGarage Sale 9/29,
g 9/304 families.
10827 Wahine Dr.
All kinds of items
7-2 off St. Johns Bluff,
between
Atlantic/Beach.
Garage Sale 9/29,
9/304 families
10827 Wahine Dr.
all kinds of Items.
7- 2 off St. Johns Bluff
between
Atlantic/Beach
Garage Sale Sat-
urday 8-12, 12575
Deeder Lane.
Everything must
go!
Kingsland moving
sale 9/16/06 7a Ip
furniture galore.
I- 95, exit 6, Laurel
Island, turn left first
light, look for signs.
OCEANWAY 865 Cole Rd.
Fri & Sat.8-4; Antiques,
hswares, tools, plants,
book, much morel
OP Sat, 8.2; 731 Creigh-
ton Rd. dbl oven wall
unit, stovetop area rugs
St. Johns Co. huge sale.
Fri, Sat, 9.2; 8207 Colee
Cove Branch Rd. CR13
past Outback Crab
Shack look for signs.
Westslde Sat 8-12
9/23.5666 Bryner
eni St. odds and ends.
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



FILL DIRT CHEAP!
904- 497-9666
SRyobi string trim-
mer plus gas $75,
weedeater
le blower/vac gas
$50. Both in good condi.
tion call 37- 9733
LAWN TRACTOR
Like new $1000 obo
Call 268-5776



1/4 carat size 7
4 solltare ring.
Excellent Condi-
tion moving must
sell AIP call 491-7996



SCraftsmen tools
for sale
plain/band saw,
S radial arm saw,
chop saw, sander. Call
Greg
904-588.-8471/751-6776
SCraftsmen Tools
S For Sale. Plain
Band saw, radial
",- arm saw, chop
saw sander. Call Greg
904- 558. 8741 or week-
ends 904-751-6776



S(2) 14" tires $25, (4)
T 15" toyota wheels,
S $75 microwave, $20
Computer
w/monitor $50, fishing
eqIt rods, reels, $10
an= up. Call 771- 4674
a 10'X16' Storage
S Shed-a/c, electric
I outlets, mandarin
area $900 obo. You
transport call 327-4389
4, 8 ft. Air Hockey
Stable electronic
k11 scoring has all
needed accesso-
ries plus extras. Rarely
used paid $550 new
asking $350 obo.
Deep freeze chest $50,
Texas holdem poker
table handmade $150.
Please call 757.469-4167


4. 8 ft. Pool Table
black an chrome
with red felt. Slate
top many extras 2
yrs. old rarely used
$1800 obo.
SAIR HOCKEY TABLE
SI regulation size,
Harvard New Motor.
New $200 for $75 obo.
912-673-7285
4, Basketball por-
table hoop, Futon
twin/full size
bunkbed black
frame Weight set
system $60 each.
Available 57pm
642-3830
Blue leather
sleeper- bar bro-
I 11. ken. sofa $100I!
Etha Allen tw l
wood headboard $25,
Mr. Coffee $10 call
215-6866
Brought new
Machine selling
old one. Touch
t Ultra 100 test
strips plus 100 lancets.
$15 good 1/31/07.
693 4452
4 Cabinet for DVD's,
CD's and VHS
tapes. Woodgrain,
lockable doors. 39
wide. $65 268.2482
SCouch/Loveseat-
Sgreen good condi-
tion $100; enter-
tainment center
$75, buffet $50; grill $25.
Call 537-8313
SCPO Male Uni-
forms-Like new
4|1 SBD 46R bunked
with dresser $200.
Call 434- 5122
SCrib, changing table
t Jenny Llnd. Noahs
-. arc serendipity
bedding set with
mobile. Best offer
Joann 904-772-7133
SDRESSER, solid $50.
TV stand with 3
,I ,drawers $50. AC,
,8000btu w/remote
$50. Rollerblades 10
men and 6.7 women $25
ea. Call 912. 496-4885.
o. Electric patio grill
like new $80
I dining room table
with china cabi-
net $1500, assorted
children toys $20.
249-1666
FILL DIRT CHEAP!
904 497.9666
For Sale Yerf Dog 2


4, Encyclopedia
world book, also
4 childcraft edu-
cational edition
and series of classics.
Only $350, firml Call
264-1506
4, FishTank-10 gal-
Ions $10; Ency-
| clopedla Britan-
nica complete set
1985 collectible! $15 Exc
cond call 645-0630
FOR SALE: Dryer
] $25, Gas trimmer
S$30, Lawn mower
Cl$60 self propelled.
Call 292-1040 or
338-1264
4, FOR SALE- 8000
4i BTU AC $70, ceil-
I ing fan with light
$10, male blue
suit $25, brass bed full
$100. Call 912-496-4885
4 FREEZER- Large chest
Kenmore deep freezer
f tor sale, excellent
t*t condition, $100.
Call 292-9130
Honda Accord
0 O 1. coupe, 4cyl,
auto, sunroof,
loaded, clean. New
tires, tune-up $9500
obo. Call 912-729-8667
leave msg.
King size BR set,
27" TV, Surround
Sound sys, Micro-
wave, Photosmart
printer, Ent. center.
904-662-6904
Like new electric
patio grill $80,
S dining room table
With china cabi-
net $1500, assorted
children toys $20
249-1666
Many Many CD's-
In original boxes,
S exc cond, email
S and we'll send you
a copyhom
HieryPertldewiczyahoom


U-


Motorcycle
Jacket-brand new
and gloves for sell.
Call 631-1047
PCS move near Jax
Airport 4/2 house
S available Sept. 7,
S 2006. Call
904- 38 3724
4, Sofa and loveseat,
eggplant $500
S| ob, Cherry
af entertainment
system $300,
Recliingl sleeper green
sectional $400, Dresser
nightstand $200 All G.C.
674-0981
Se Thomas the Train
SSet, plus train table,
S good condition, 3
complete sets several
trains must see! $400 obo.
904-771-7219
A Toddler tricycle,
S basketball set, and
S noahs arc nursery
wall art. Call Joann
904-772-7133 best offer.
STwo dagger one
Person kayaks with
i paddles. $600 each.
Exc condition call
after 5:30pm 882- 3191
4. Wedding Dress
Size 14 never worn
11 $950 new, will sell
for $500 obo. Call
552-0365

I, Wet/Dry vac.
SCraftsmen 16 gal-
l Ion, 5 1/2 HP. Long
hose with attach-
ments. Looks and
works great $40.
268-2482
Q, X-Box games $5
T each. Infant swing
1 $20 call 801-1641
S or for games name
email
aglagill@yahoo.com



Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387-6527
SFender Jazz Bass
with case and 85w
crate amp, exc
S cond, $500.729-7643
G4-12 Custom
Straight Guitar
SI Cab. Two celestion
-I G12H-30, two
celestion V-30. Solid
birch wood construc-
tion. 8 ohm stereo.
Brand new $450 firm.
Call 904-710-6184
Hallett Davis Piano
like new $800.
Call 904-757-4187
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141

Sporting^1
Goodsal^


WANTED JAGUAR
Tickets. 904-557-1331,
305-571-8433



WANTED- 15X6
chrome or alu-
minum rims for
Nissan Altima, 4
lug. Call Jim
904T-705-1373








Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted



.I 125 Gallon cherry
S fish tank with
cover. You must
see to believe call
Kim 778-2464
V AUSSIET
Puppies $299-up
Weimaraner, Cairn,
Cockers, Doxies, Yorkie
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
BOXERS -AKC pups.
Fawn, born 8/20, F $600,
M $550 573-7892
CHIHUAHUA PUPS,
2 Males- Cash! $350,
904-e757-8567
COCKER SPANIEL -Choc.
lover ncho axrlvergator@al.com
for pc or 904- 885-6411
COLLIE PUPS-AKC, AvI
9/24, Cerf certified. $600
4F/2M, 829-6032 Iv msg
DACHSHUNDSCKC if/3m
Mini's $250; Boston Terr.
1M/$350. 912-729-3668
4. Dog Run 8'x5'$55,
Large breed dog
XGLOO $35 Deall
Both for $801 Call
912-729-7982
SFREE Kittens 8
weeks old to a
good home. Call
912.673.1277 pls
leave message.
SFree to good home
one-year old
lab/shepard mix.
Great with chil-
dren, housetrained,
great personality.
Contact Sarah for rfo
337-255-4451 or
cajunturners@aol.com
French Bulldog puppies
AKC-Reg. male & female
All Brindle $1900. Taking


4," Bowflex Dep.-Inc
t Trainer-Like new! GERMAN
L $500 obo. 292-4094 imported
Stud
Bowflex XTL- 904-505-
Excellent Condi-
S tion$800 obo. GOLDEN
742-7851 purebire
shots $31
4 Custom Surf-
boards- 6'3" Seven GREAT DA
t Seas$200;6'2" Black/ b
Illusions $175. A 904-259
Steal! Call Lynett
525-2868 GREAT DAI
Big & B
For sale Bowflex Shots,
select tech 220
dumb bells call LA
KIm 778- 2464 You AKC. 4 rt
must see to believe 904
4 Reebok Vista LAB PUI
treadmill with 7" hyper f
flat screen TV with colors
fan call Kim guaranty
778-2464 exp. 70
4 Left handed golf www.L
T set foremost tour LAB PUPS
series. Woods one, S h o t s
three, five irons. $250ea.C
Three thru PW. Call
778-9167 LABRADOC
First gene
Left handed golf Bk. 9
4 set-tour series A
woods 1-3-5 irons MACAW,
three thru pw $S00,COl
$145. Mint condition Call 652-'
call I Walt 778- 9167 POMERAI
d Nordic Red miale,
Track-C1900 shots,
treadmill, brand POMS -All
new condition to
$600 Call 904-291-9225 Call 3
Porsche '86 POODLES
white, 944 turbo, 1 2 w k s
very good con- friendly:
dition. Cardio
Cruiser by Jake barely RAT TERI
used videotape 5 F, 2 M
included. 904,645-.!


S904- 386-55a
SHEPHERDS
d Pup /Adults/
Service
5144
RETRIEVER,
d 9wks, 3F/1M,
50. 213-9703.
NES AKC PUPS
blue S/W $395
-8304/ 254-2607
sNES-AKC 8wks


G, 20yrs
140 or
-.com
131
r med
4312
2M/1F
l2wks.
4840
playful.

UPPY
mno's, all
2-8390
s, ready
0
-3264
AKC, F,
i very
-.389-9506


Rabbit cage free
standing, four
$ all 610-390
leave message.
ROTTWEILERS AKC, POP
11wks, HC, 612-805-9157
or 772- 643-2912, Email:
siacksonville6@aol.com
ROTTWEILER PUPPY AKC
12wks old fern, HC, crate
trained. $400. 219-9575
SHIH.TZU AKC Reg. 6F,
5M, all colors. 8 wks on 9/30
Call Diana 291-7745
TOY POODLE -AKC/ CKC,
drk red, M, ready to go,
$450 386-454-1491
Welsh Corgies AKC
red/white, farm raised
H/C, $500. 352-472-5489
YORKIE PUPS AKC,
sm, male 3.5 lbs,R2 fem,
$900ea. 545-7766
YORKIE -Sophie Is a
Yorkshire Terrier, 12
weeks old. She is a
sweetheart. Perfect
marking and coloring.
Short legged. She Is
over three pounds now,
short and chubby. Lov
able and playful. Up to
date on shots. AKC reg,
de-wormed.$450 Plus
Shipping. Please con
tact if interested
989-345-1034 or e-mail :
maxwellcrobar@yahoo.com




Large dog travel
kennel $40 good
condition. Call
5252868

LIVESTOCK TRAILER 17'
2axle, 4-8' pipe gates,
1-8' galv. gate, 9-20' Cow
panels, 125gal. tank.
$1300 for all 285-4914
Horse & Kennel Warehouse
1096 E. 18th Street 354-7634
www.horseandkenneLcom







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SILVERTON
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Year End Clear the dock.
Sale! All convertible,,
sport bridges,
motoryachts & cruisers.,
Boat Tree 3420 Lake Shore
Blvd. 904-381-8980 ,
4, Turbo Pride.
electric wheel- ,
|I .l chair/scooter./
Used less than 10-
hours. Paid $3400 siaci
rlflce$2400. "
904215-5889 ..
Mercury Offshore Out-.
boards 1996 twin 225.
HP, counter rotating, 25
inch shafts. Depend'
able, well maintained.!
$4000 or best offer:
635-0729.

10' ACHILLE INFLATABLE.
with 5hp Sears. $700
obo. 904-724-7757
., 16 ft. Gheenee
canoe with 2.-
S|1l fishing seat
V. hook- up brackets
must sell $200 Dana
887-4624 1 ..A -
16 ft. Gheenee
canoe with 2 fish-
IIng seat hook-up.
Ibraclkets. Must sell
$200 Dana 887-4624
,, Searay 180
S'C01 -mrerrulser .
3.01tr., 135 HP, 40-
hrs. only, war-,
ranty, GPS garmin, -'
galvanized trailer.. -
Much more $11K call.
705-4616 leave mes-
sage. -.
1989 Carver 3207"
1 AFT cabin 32ft;',
twin enginess,:
sleeps six, full-
galley, two heads.
904-215-5889
1999 Four Winns
205 Sundowner
with trailer. Onlyi
l 40 hours like new
tons of upgrades, I.
$19,990 contact JIan
904422-3406
SFor sale 2004
Honda Aquatrax
approx 24hrs.Uke
.new with trailer
$6500 obo call 714 0649
4 21' Sea Chaser 140
SSuzukiOGPS, VHF-
center console '
steel prop, CD, bait
well dueT batteries.
$9500 838-6562
SUZUKI/TOHATSU
Sales, Service & Parts
Advance Marine 730-3332
Authorized Nissan Service,
WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440



S25ft. sailboat with
9HP motor and -
.extra sails. Good
condition price:
FREE. Located HAS
Marina no trailer. Calf
904 309-2176




AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800-541-6439
Dreams By Design "02,
36' TT, slide-2 AC's,
rear qn bed Ig shower,
new awning ceiling
fans, w/d, bar,
upgraded cabinets
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1984 24ft. 5th
S Wheel RV- ac,
SI microwave,
refrigerator, small
repairs needed. $4000
904-505.7160 or
881.542-8811
PREVOST 45' -'99, MH
conv by Vogue. 63k ml,
4 roof airs, 17kw gen,
loaded with options.
Priced for quick sale at
$270k. 904-338-4275




chopper 2005, S&S
carburetor, paint,
G much more.
Garage kept 11K miles.
Call for pics
912-57&6-3437
SDodge Caravan
'95 burgundy,
automatic, power
locks, tinted rear
windows, built In child
seats. $500 Firm
504-4277 Arlington
& E Arlington MLS#
S307600- 4./2 2,094 sf,
gated community,
remodeled kitchen,
-master bdrm bath, tile/
hardwood, stnis stl
appliances. $304,900
PCS orders 997.6161/
542.-2119 x149.
3, Harley Davidson

black, one owner,
garage kept, plenty
chrome many acces-
sories. $14,250
904-727-9283
SHarley Davidson
ST V-ROD '04 black
SI with chrome. 4K
.. miles, extended
warranty extra seat,
exc condition. $14,900
call 269-2004
4 Harley Davldson
T FLHT Electra Glide
'W 02 8K miles,
black, one owner,
garage kept, many
accessories, lots of
chrome. $13,000
904-727-9283
HARLEY ROADKING, '05,
custom pnt, new 9/30/05,
3400m, $5000+/extras.
'07 on order $16,500.
305-6977/904-928- 9922
6, Harley Softall
0 05s-Standard,
only 2600 miles,
tons of upgrades
$13,999. Contact Jhan
*904-422-3406 or

0 HONDA Goldwing
SGL100, '83, excel-
vl'lent condition, new
tires and new front
brakes. Brown. Must
see! $3460 887-9656
4, Honda Rebel 250
'04- Great starter
I -- bike, under 1,600
miles. $2000 obo
904-563-7750
Honda VTX 1800 "02 -
$6700.
Call 904-388-3069
KAWASAKI VULC NOMAD
-Fi 1500, '03, loaded,
maint rec, many access,
10,470m i, $9450.
213-8049 or 673-7772
n, Rancher ATV 350
T "05 semi-auto,
w I with tow package,
maxis bigger
-tires. $4800 or take over
Payments. Ask Jerome
912-576-9483
S, SUZUKI GSXR1000
S1 03 4500 miles,
I silver, brand new
S carbon fiber full
pipe $8000 obo.
4, Suzuki Hayabusa
05 700 miles, red
S and black excel-
S lent condition,
model: 1300 $9500.
Call Mr. Herbert
9 382-4622/449 5488
Suzuki Intruder
Brakes, cobra
e pipes man
extras. $8000 751-6776
or 588-8471
J, Suzuki RMZ 250
'04-Exc cond, low
1 hours on factory
S rebuilt engine.
$3600 obo 912-729-7932
Yamaha 650
'00--Import cus-
tom cruiser, won
five trophies 2,00
miles garage kept
chromed $7000 obo.
Call 910-0350/631-4776
a, Yamaha YZF600R
'02- Exc cond,
comfortable,
t sporty, service
'records available. Ask-
ing$4300 obo call



4, AFE cold air Intake
for Dodge Ram
1500S5.7 liter,
Includes filter
$150. Call 904-291-9225
4, New Tires on Ford
SF- 150 Toyoproxes
? S/'r/T275/70R16
must sell $450
Dana 887- 4624
4, New tires on Ford
F- 150 rims. Toyo
Proxes S/T 275
70R16. Must sell
$450 Dana 887-4624
RIMS/TIRES 18" Chrome
Universal rims
w/Faulken tires, orig
$1600. Asking $475
534-6462 Mike
4, Tires and Rims
/ original off Ford
I |. F- 150. P275/60R17
V with 10K miles $200
all four Call Brenda
614-4148







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ACURA INTEGRA 00. 2dr.
leather oaded.AT. AC.
77K 09975. 674-444J


ACURATL '04
Champ/Tan
SpollerOnly 15,000
Miles $25,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(\) ACURA TL '04
Blue/tan, extra
ow miles. $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Acura TSX
'04-Slver, 6CD
S changer, leather, 6
SiO spee VTEC, 120K
hway miles. 30mp
$16K Firm call 305-.3224.
O AUDI A4 QUATTRO
2005.5 Fully equip
$27,740 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 3231 Convertible '99
Silver, leather, auto.
$13,350. Call 899-5853
/7 BUICK ACROSS 06
O Extra low miles,
fully equip. $17,990
90427298-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK LESABRE '05
CUSTOM ,PL,PW,CC,CERT
$16,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
BUICK LESABRE LTD '01
Loaded w/leather,
Extra clean $11,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEVILLE '00
Platinum metallic,
leather loaded, 66K.
$10,975. Call 777-9119
GADILLAC DEVILLE '00.
Red metallic leather,
loaded, extra clean, 58K
miles. $12,975. 674-4444
CHEV CAMARO '02
PW, PL, PM 6CYL AUTO
$11,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV COBALT '06
AUTO,CCMNRF.REMOTE
$14,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV IMPALA LS '03
MNRF, LEATHER LOADED
$13,488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200

$1 16,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV MALIBU MAXX LT
'04 PS. MNRF PL, PW,
CERT $13,588
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV MALIBU '04
PL,PW CC REMOTE
$11,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
f7\ CHEVY AVEO '04
%,ft Only 23k miles.
$10,495. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY CAVALIER LS '03
2 door, low miles,
extra nice $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER '05.
2dr, red, AC, fact warr,
good mpg! 24,200 mi.
7975. Call 674-4444
SChevy Camaro
IROC-Z '86-T-tops
rebuilt, VS. new
paint, tires, flow-
master, pw, pdl, $6000
obo. 693 8839/71& 0857
Chevy Cavalier
'92 2dr 5spd, cold
S ac. Original very
good condition.
$2800 226-8055/786-8051
Q, CHEVY CORVETTE
'05. speed, extra
low miles. $40,890
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHEVY CORVETTE -'05
conv, triple black, all
fact opt Inclds Elec top,
DVD, GPS, showroom
cond, gar kept -cov-
ered, 1 0mU, $49,500
Call 4714867
L, hevy Corvette
S'81- Red, one
l, Owner, 95K miles.
$15,000 Call
317-1525 or 778- 0605
LU Chevy Corvette
S' 8I1-Ared/red, 95K
e | miles, $15,000 one
Sooner. Call Bill
317-1525 or 778-0605
Chevy Corvette
S 95B-Convertible,
S metallic red w/
white top, full
power, matching hard
top, automatic, ZR-1
wheels, $15,000
868-4222 after 5pm or
weekends.
CHEVY MALIBU '01
Low miles, Just slightly
used $7988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '01
LTD, low miles, loaded,
must seel! $11,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 CHRYSLER SEBRING
S) '04 LTD. Only
20,000 Mi. $16,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
CHRYSLER
PT CRUISER '02 $7995
Call 899-5820
CHRYSLER 300 C '05 Hemi,
Nay, Gorgeous!! $28,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
Sunroof, auto,
very sharp $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, Dodge Charger
Daytona '06 yel-
1 low, tinted win-
dows, all power,
Sirius lifetime
subscription, 6 year
warranty 7K
443-223-7099
DODGE CHARGER
Daytona 2006, y e I-
'It low tinted win-
dows power all
Sirius lifetime subscrip
tion, 6yr warranty, 7K
443-223-7099
DODGE INTREPID ES '03
V6, Power seat,
very sharp!! $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FERRARI 348TS '91,
white/tan, $45,900.
904-541-0009
FORD MUSTANG '00 V6,
at/ac, Mach 460, loaded.
$5975. Call 674-4444
/ FORD MUSTANG GT
a 'OS. Only 2600
Miles. $25,670
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG GT '05
Convertible. Loaded.
$26,995. Call 899-5820
.u Ford Mustang
'02 -V6, pony
v|.7 package, red
nothing wrong
getting new car. Call
912-576-2759 or
912- 573- 4009 $10,000.
FORD MUSTANG GT '97
White, AT, loaded, low
miles. $7975. 674-4444
FORD TAURUS '05
PL,PW,CC,REMOTE
$11,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
y HONDA ACCORD
\SyEX '0S. Leather,
CD, sunroof, extra
low miles. $21,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Honda Accord EX
/ '99-2dr, AT 3.o0tr
IlVtec, 85K miles, 1
*-owner, leather,
loaded, white extra
clean. 542-1040 or
269-1478


4, Honda Accord EX
'97-89K miles, lots
lof modifications
extra parts, needs
paint. $3800 obo or
trade. 904- 662-9021
HONDA ACCORD EX '04
2 door, 6 speed,
like new!! $19.988
TOM BUSH AU70PLEX 311-4877
HONDA CIVIC LX '04 I 11
ver. auto. low mi. t 199
per mo WAC 899 5653


HONDA ACCORD EX 4dr,
49,100 miles. AT, AC
moonroof, loaded
$13,975. Call 777-9119
4, Honda Accord
S'04-2dr, pw, pl, ps,
abs, 4cyl must sell
S 23K. miles. Blue
book value $19,115
$17K. obo. Call Mike
904, 778-9013
HONDA ACCENT '05
Low miles auto, extra
nicell $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA CIVIC LX '06
2door, Gotta see
this onell $16988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, Honda CRX
T '88-$2500 obo. Call
for info 292-4094
4, Honda CRX
1 8 8 -Good shape,
S 124K miles $2700
obo. Call 742-7851
for Info.
/4 INFINITI FX4S '03
Fully equip $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI G35 Coupe
'04 Pearl white/
tan, extra low mi.
$27,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/ JAGUAR SType '03
4.2. Extra low mi.
$23,480. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SJeep Liberty Ren-
egade '03;60K
miles, all power,
loaded, tow package.
$15,500 obo. Must Sell!
904-993-2629
KIA AMANTI '05
Low miles, Loaded,
Awesome Car! $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
f7( KIA OPTIMA'04
S3 Only 15,000 miles,
fully equip. $12,840
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
KIA OPTIMA EX '04
PL, PW PS AC AUTO
$10,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
SMAZDA 626 LX '99
Auto, Low miles,
must see! $6988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
MAZDA B2300 94,
Many new parts,
itexcelient mech, condl
tion, camper shell,
great gas mileage. $2500
obo. 904-696-0800
MAZDA MILLENIA '02
Pearl met. w/belge Ithr,
at/ac, moonroof loaded
58K ml. $12,975. 425-4320
MAZDA RX8 '04
SFully equipped
obeautiU. $17,995
998-0012'
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCEDES C230 '99.
Black leather, loaded,
76K mi. $13,975. 674-44444
MERCEDES S55 AMG '01,
like new 50k miles
charcoal w/blk int:
$39,900 904-838-3230
3, Mercury Grand
SMarquis '87-2D1
auto, cold ac, cd
Slayer, 69K miles
2nd owner. $2,495
904 284-1029
MERCURY SABLE '05
leather, sunroof,
impeccable! $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Mitsubishi GT 3000 '95 -
Red, speed manual
$10,500. obo. 751-2460






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891-8672
387-4041
210-3004






NISSAN 350Z CONV
'OS. Fully equip,
only 10,000 miles.
$31,680 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN 350Z Conv.
'04 Touring. Only
17,000 mi. $29,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN MAXIMA '00
LEATHER, PL.PW, CC, PS
$7988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
NISSAN MAXIMA SE '04
11' on a scale of 1-.10!!
$20,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Nissan Pathfinder
S'9 5-140K miles,
l fully loaded $3500.
Call Brenda
614-4148
NISSAN SENTRA SE-R
'04 SPEC V '13,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
OLDS ALERO '01 GL.
Loaded, 17 000 miles
$6975. Call 674-4444

Oldsmobile Cut-
lass Supreme SL
.-1'97- transmission
needs rebuilding
$1000 obo. Good run-
ning car. Call
904 781-2760 or
904-568-8163
() PONTIAC GRAND
PRIX '02. fully
equi pped, only
50,000 miles. $8980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP 24,800 miles leather,
moonroof, headsup dis
play. $9975. 777-9119
PONTIAC VIBE '03
Low miles, love at first
sight!! $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
SLE '02 MNRF, LEATHER,
LOADED $13,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
(4) PONTIAC SOLTICE
5yOS. Only 800
miles, leather, CD,
beautiful! $27,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


4J, Porsche '86
white, 944 turbo,
very good con-
l edition. Cardio I
Cruiser by Jake barely '
used video tape
included.
PORSCHE CARRERA 2001
4 Coupe. 50.6k miles, 6
spd. Seal aray ext Full
black leather Int. Fully
loaded Garaged Exc
Cc.nd-on. Non smoker
$ 3 6 5 00 C a ll
3n6-2.2 8 3423. xt -ir .


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'06 BMW 5301
Premium Package,


'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
$24,59
'03 HUMMER H3
Sunroof, Leather,
DVDS
$31,859

'05 CADILLAC
CTS
Navigation, sunroof,
keylessgo
$28859
'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
$244,59
'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

SATURN L100 LS '02
LOw miles, Auto,
extra clean $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Saturn L200 '01 Exc cond
full pwr, good m.P.g.
$6500obo 904-536-0832
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
TOYOTA CELICA '05
Low miles, like new.
$19,995. Call 899-5820
TOYTA CAMRY LE '02
Like new. $9995
Call 899-5820
u Volkswagon Jetta
GL '03- 60,480mi,
5 speed, black
S exterior 813-8531
VOLVO C70 CONVT '02
Red tan top, low miles,
Awesome!! $18,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
VOLVO VO S/W '03
Leather, sunroof,
gorgeous $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
( \ VWPASSAT '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

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*ALL
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Civilian
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( \ ACURA MDX '02
\SFully equip $17,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK RENDEZVOUS '03
AUTO, CC, PL. PW $13,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV AVALANCHE '02
PL, PW, LEATHER, PS,

904-272-2200


(4) CADILLAC
ESCALADE '05
Fully equipped,
chrome wheels, sun-
roof, DVD. $34,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEV SILVERADO 1500
'06XCAB,PL,PW,PM,CERT
$16,750
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '03
PL, PWCC, REMOTE
$14,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRAILBLAZER '04
LEATHERPLPW,CCPS
$16,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEV TRACKER '03
AC, AUTO. PL, PW $9488
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
CHEVY 3500 Crew Cab
Dually. 48,000 miles,
$12,975. Call 777-9119
CHEVY AVALANCHE '05
Loaded. $24,995
Call 899-5820
CHEVY S-10 '00. Auto,
AC. 60,400 miles, extra
clean! $6975. 674-4444
CHEVY SILVERADO '00
X-Cab. 4dr, red, VS,
at/ac, 55,900 mi. Very
clean! $10,995. 699-9669
CHEVY SUBURBAN '02
Gray, loaded, leather.
$319mo WAC. 899-5853
CHEVY TAHOE '99
Gray, leather. $9995.
Call 899-5853
(4 CHEVY TAHOE LT
S '04. White/tan
DVD. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(4\ CHEVY TAHOE '03
o 1Champ/tan, equip,
only 49k ml $1,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY TAHOE LT '04
Loaded, 17" DVD player.
Must Seel! $19,99
Call 899-5820
DODGE DURANGO
SLT '02. Leather,
CD, fully equipped.
$11,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/y DODGE DURANGO
J '05. Only 14,000
Miles. $17,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
Dodge Ram
'96-work van,
good body, needs
S motor work ask-
ing $500 obo. Call
899- 2992 for appt
FORD ESCAPE 'OS
XLT,Sunroof, loaded,
extra clean !! $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD ESCAPE '06 Blue,
low miles. $318 per mo
WAC. Call 899-5853
FORD EXPLORER '02
XLT, 4+4, Alloys,
Must see!! $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
(O) 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
FORD EXPEDITION XLT
'02 PL,PS,PW,CC,
THIRD ROW $14,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
7 FORD EXPEDITION
TOMf '03 4x4 Eddie
Bauer, fully equip
$20,860 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPEDITION '01
XLT, Loaded, Awesome
Truck!! $9588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPLORER
XLT '03. Lthr, CD.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, Ford Explorer XLT
97-White, 88K
miles, new MIch-
elins, grey leather,
power everything 4.0
V6 clean. Call Brian
779-0607 $8000
C7 FORD EXPLORER
SPORT TRAC'03
Like new, only
38,000 miles. $17,860
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F150-'95, LWB,
41k mi, like new, cap,
hydraulic lift, $5400
904-374-1468
SFord F-.150 Super-
crew '01-88K
miles, 4 door, bed
S liner, great con-
dition, asking $12,500
obo. Call Scott
904-242-8733
Q Ford F- 150 XLT
'01 -Ext cab,' exc
condition, green,
tool box, steps.
Asking $9000 call
843-412-.1116 or
877-767-2783
4 Ford F-150 '02-
Silver, loaded, new
i, tires, new
S engine-certified,
tint windows, ac. Must
sell maker offer.
9045042935
FORD F-150 '05
Low Miles Just slightly
used $15,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD F150 '04 $9995
Call 899-5820
S Ford F- 150
97-5spd,6 cyl,
126K miles, exc
cond, $5800. Call
703-9551
4, FORD F- 150 XLT
'97- Supercab.
S 2WD, red,tow
pckg, exc cond,
$9450 obo. Can email
pictures.
904-77 -6909/545-6885
FORD F-150 XCAB '04
4+4, Low miles,
Like new!! $22,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


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FORD F250 4x4 '05
4dr, diesel, low miles.
$28,995. Call 899-5853
4, Ford Ranger
'90 -2WD, 4cyl
5spd, 115K mies.
Runs great cold
ac. New tires, belts, &
hoses $1800 obo
912-322-2497.
wvgrbc@tds.net
FORD RANGER 2WD '04
AUTO, FLAIRSIDE $10,988
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200
FORD RANGER '04
10,000 miles. $11,495
Call 899-5820
FORD SPORT TRACK
1.9 '05. Only 20,000 mi
Beautiful! $19,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
For sale car hauler
dual axle all
i meta lights.,
spare Chevy pat-
tern wheels. $825 obo.
Call Charles 860-5995
GMC ENVOY '05
SLT Sunroof, leather,
extra nice!!! $28,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
GMC ENVOY '03.
V6, Loaded,Love at
First sight!!! $14,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, GMC Suburban
'91- New engine,
| paint, tires, A/C,
.l and awesome
custom rosewood Inte-
rior trim. $3500 obo
912-729-6454
Q GMC Yukon Denall
S XL '03-Full pack-
age includes DVD
entertainment
system, 95K miles ask-
ing $20,800. Call
904714-0914
SGMC YUKON LT
'04. Only 30,000
miles. $24,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA ELEMENT EX '03
AWD Automatic
Immaculatell! $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITIMQX56'05
Navigation, DVD,
Sunroof. $39,480
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


HONDA PILOT '04 Tan,
low miles. $199 per mo
WAC. Call 899-5853
(4f HUMMER H2 '05
Nav, 2 DVD's, sun-
roof, chrome whis,
14,000 miles, $45,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HUMMER H2 '03
white, 4x4, sunroof, 3rd
seat Must sell today
$25,00. 904- 541-0009
INFINITI FX35 '04
Ex Low Miles, fully
equipped. $27,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
(4) JEEP GRAND
VP CHEROKEE LTD '04
4x4, V8, fully equip
sunroof. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Jeep Grand Cherokee '97
- 121k miles good
condition $4500/obo
call 904-371-0457
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE '02
Sport, Ithr, very
sharp!!! $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
r( JEEP GRAND
(Z rCHEROKEE LTD '05
Only 10Kmi $24,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, Jeep Grand
/T Cherokee
9 8-auto, 4X4
106K miles, let-
ather, fully loaded, tow
pkg $5200 obo
912-729.6150
JEEP WRANGLER '06
600 miles, golden eagle,
must see!! $22,688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
JeepWrandler
S5spd, newer seats,
ktop alt radiator
brakes dual batteries,
winch lights. $6500 obo
cal11729-7171
4 Landrover
Freelander S
'02-AWD auto-
.- matic, 44,000
miles, tow pack-
age, Sirius AM/FM/CD,
$11,500317-1990
291-4190 eve, 477.-0312
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MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '03 D TOYOTA RAV4 '05
V6, white, loaded very Only 7000 miles
clean! $11,975. 777-9119 $18,980. 998-0012
MITS MONTERO SP LS LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'02 CC, AC, V6, AUTO
$9902 88 AUTO TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
GORDON CHEVROLET loaded, 58,300 ml. Very
904-272-2200 clean. $10,975. 674-4444
MITSUBISHI MONTERO TOYOTA SEQUOIA
SPORT '03. $10,995s s '03. Only 35,000
Call 899-5820 miles. $20,990
-- M LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MITSUBISHI 998-0012
MONTERO SPORT
LTD '03. Sunroof, TOYOTA TUNDRA '04.
Ithr. $15,495 998-0012 ATACr tile cruise, nice!
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $10.975. Cal 74-4444
NSAAMD VOLVO XC90'04
NISSAN ARMADA Leather, CD, fully
'04 Only 20,000d$28,990
Miles, Like new, equipe.280
Fully Equip. $27,980 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
NISSAN FRONTIER '02
Crew Cab, SC V-6,4+4,
awesome!! $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN FRONTIER XCAB FICKE- I- [ h IU
'04 L.PW AC.CC.v6
AUTO $14-148
GORDON CHEVROLET
904-272-2200 ESTATE
NISSAN FRONTIER '05 SALES
D-Cab, green, auio, low
miles. $350 per mo.
WAC. Call 899- 5853
NISSAN MURANO SL '03
AWD, leather, sunroof,
like new!!! $18,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
NISSAN PATHFINDER '05 TICKETS
SE, Alloys, gotta see
this one $22,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
(7- NISSAN TITAN '04 Look for these
'.e White/tan, chrome advertisements
wheels. $22,840 in the .
998-0012 Merchandise
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE section of the
NISSAN XTERRA '01 Classifieds
LoW mlles, V6, Automatic, Ca sieds
Extra nice, $12,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEV VENTURE '03
SNISSAN XTERRA LEATHER, PL, PW, CC, PS
S'03 Only 35,000 $16,988
miles. $15,980 GORDON CHEVROLET
998-0012 904-272-2200
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE hevy G20
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE SSEI '92-Customlzed
'03 Black w/black Ithr, conversion VAN.
awesome!!! $15,988 Good coRndiion
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 more. $2500 call Vicke
SCION XA '05 LOW miles, 382-4611
auto, extra nice!! $13,988 /('7 CHRYSLER TOWN
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3-477 & COUNTRY LTD
SCION XB '05 Low miles, '01. Only 48,000
Love at first sight! $13,988 miles. $11,980
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 998-0012
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER'05 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
limited, 6000 miles, DODGE CARAVAN '98
like new $29,988 PL. PW, CC, AC.
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 REMOTE $4988
GORDON CHEVROLET
TOYOTA 4RUNNER '03 904-272-2200
Must sell now!! $19,995
Call 899-5820 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
T'06 V6 Dual AC,
( TOYOTA 4RUNNER Extra nice $16,988
SA LTD '03 champ/ tan TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
$21,680. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE HONDA ODYSSEY '05
Low mi, Ithr, loaded.
(4 TOYOTA $379mo. WAC. 899-5853
HIGHLANDER '01 NISSAN QUEST '01
50K miles. $12,990 Dual AC, alloys, just
998-0012 slightly used $9788
I FVIIC OFl IAICfOnNVII I E mU nTOUM U ASIITDI Y 371.4877


BOARD FORD
0lanos Super Duty Headquarters
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
GABER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



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



COGG HONDA ORNAlANIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy.1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Pmps Hy. 37011
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277




of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900
KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060


ATIANTIC INRNm
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www. cityautomotive.com



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



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


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



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



MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic BlIvd 642-1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


-HORM RIA M CnY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100


7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



L0UIS OF JACKSONVILlE
www.lotusofacksonville.comrn
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CTY MITSUBISHI
at BI AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotWe.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
ofORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com'



COGGIN NISSAN-A1AMIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
I ESHADIISSANOFJAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755US. 1 Soulh,StA 904-794-9990

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400
9

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

NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826


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



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
SATORN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071.
SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200


79A N OE DJ UO-


obo. 18ft John boat
w/traller & access
"as Is" needs work $ .
Call 887-9042 Iv msg








4dr tsdan lsauTo
SFord Ranclhero
h| 7 3 -302 engine
S runs strong. Has
the El Camino style
body. Needs body,
i interior work and brake
job. Great project for
car restoration. Good
tires, new battery and
starter $1500 obo.
Call Erick
904-207-3119/355-5201
Nissan Sentra'94
S 4dr sedan, auto-
t matic looks and
runs great reli-
able transportation
with great gas mileage
l$1700 al249-1666
4, Nissan Sentra
94-4dr sedan,
p automatic, looks
and runs great
reliable transportation
with great gas mileage.
I1700u2h9 1666




4, 1999 Four Winns
205 Sundowner
With trailer. Only
40 hours like new
tons of upgrades.
$19,990 contact Jian
904422-3406
S2005 Custom built
motorcycle trailer
front storage,
retractable ramp,
full axle/wheels, $1300.
Contact Jhan
904-442-3406 or
jhan.nixon@navy.mil
4 Custom motor-
cycle trailer
| xloft. with rock
-I shield, must sell!
$500 call 904-424-1352

The economic
impact of the
military in
Northeast
Florida and
Southeast
Georgia is


billion.
Advertise in
one or all of
the military
publications
distributed at
the local bases
in the area.
Please call
904-359-4336.


KEN CHANCE SUZUMK
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700


CITY SUZUI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotive.com




ARUNGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762

COGGIN TOYOTA-AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KERiT PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2995 U.S. 1 South St. Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561




VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911




O'STEEN VOI.O
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486




PROFESSIONAL

AUMO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694






BEACH BLVD AUTOMOTIVE
wwwbeachblvdautomotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

DRIVE 11CKET
www.driveticket.com
8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonvile
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush AutoplKe
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

VI.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491





WORLD IMPORTS
wwworldimportsusa.cony
11650 BEACH BLVD. 99F
rUpow -


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600



KEYAUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



BENTLEY ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Oriando Fl407-339-3443



STOMBUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
S PARKER CADILLAC
283San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181




COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green.Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy, 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
S NIMNICHT CHEV




ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO-
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
SGARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
. 9 RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-
7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561





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