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Fire Prevention
Week Focuses On Safety
Page 3


A Day At The Zoo
New Exhibits Keep Families Entertained
Pages 6-7


ATV Training
New Class Offered Here
Page 11


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2006
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www.jaxairnews.com


NAS Jax NEX wins 2005 Bingham Award


ByMC2(SW/AW)
Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer


Several Navy Ex-
change (NEX) em-
ployees gathered in
the courtyard at NAS Jack-
sonville's NEX Sept. 26 to
witness the presentation of
the 2005 Bingham Award.
Established to recognize
excellence in customer
service, operations and
management at NEX facili-
ties, the Bingham Award is
named after the late Capt.
W.H. Bingham, who in
1946 was directed by the
secretary of the Navy to
establish the NEX system.
NEX Jacksonville's Store
Manager John Wood ex-
plained some of the criteria
for winning the award.
"There are three main
areas," he said. "The first
is performance to plan,
which determines how well
you performed under your
given budget. The next two
are the associate and cus-
tomer satisfaction indexes,
which are determined by
annual surveys. This tells
us how happy our employ-
ees are to work here and
how happy our customers
are to shop here."
The award is presented
to not only the winning
NEX, but also its host com-
mand. Capt. Chuck Tam-


Photos by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
NAS Jax Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green opens the award ceremony for
the 2005 Bingham Award in the courtyard of NAS Jacksonville's Navy Exchange.


blyn, executive officer of
NAS Jacksonville, accepted
the award on behalf of the
base.
"It's a great honor for me
to stand up here and accept
this award on behalf of
NAS Jacksonville," he said.
"Since I've been here, I've
been impressed with the
management and customer
service here, and I know
the Sailors are proud of


this store as well."
Tamblyn went on to say
that the employees at the
base have truly made their
store a "Sailor's store."
Gary King, Navy Ex-
change Command senior
vice president of operations
for the Continental United
States, was there to pres-
ent the award to both
Tamblyn and Bill Hocken-
berry, general manager of


NAS Jacksonville's NEX. .
"As you all know, Navy
Exchanges are an impor-
tant benefit and contribute
to the overall quality of life
for our Sailors," said King.
"Shopping at a Navy Ex-
change provides an out-
standing value with an
average savings of 20 per-
cent before sales tax."
King explained that the
Bingham Award is how the


Gary King (left), senior vice president of operations,
Continental United States, presents the 2005 Bingham Award
to Capt. Chuck Tamblyn, NAS Jax executive officer, and Bill
Hockenberry, general store manager of Jacksonville's Navy
Exchange.
Navy thanks their ex- in a row, which is the
changes for supporting largest increase of all large
Sailors and their families stores.
and just how well NAS Also, because of the profit
Jacksonville's NEX did last increase, the NEX was able
year. to double its Morale,
"NAS Jax NEX is the Welfare and Recreation
winner in the U.S. sales contribution from the previ-
from $35 to $76 million. ous year, giving more than
NEX Jacksonville's sales $900,000 in fiscal year
this year were $83.3 mil- 2005.
lion, 9.7 percent above last King also described some
year and profits were up ways the NEX has con-
24.3 percent. All of this in tribute outside of cus-
spite of a Super Target tomer satisfaction.
opening up just outside the "NEX Jacksonville is an
gate of NAS Jax," said active participant in many
King. base-wide programs and
NAS Jax NEX also in- initiatives including the
creased its associate satis- Navy Run, chief's night,
faction index score six
points for the second year See NEX, Page 16


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This year's NAS Jax Air Show will celebrate the birth of the Blue Angels at NAS
Jacksonville 60 years ago. The air show will be held Oct. 27-29 and is open to the public.

NAS Jax Air Show is Oct. 27-29


By Staff
T he theme for 2006 NAS Jax Air
Show recognizes the birth of the
Blue Angels at NAS Jacksonville
60 years ago. The installation will honor
the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration
Squadron during the three-day event,
Oct. 27-29.
The air show and parking are free.
This year's show will feature some
familiar names from 2004, as well as
new performers and performances,
including:
U.S. Army Special Operations
Command Black Daggers Para-


chute Team
Les Shockley Super Shockwave
Jet Truck
P-3 Orion and S-3 Viking flight
demonstrations
Jim Leroy and Jurgis Kairy Ten
Sticks of Dynamite
Manfred Radius Salto Sail
Plane
Lee Lauderback P-51 Mustang
U.S. Air Force A-10 Demo Team
U.S. Air Force F-15 Demo Team
U.S. Air Force F-16 Demo Team
U.S. Air Force Heritage Fly-By
Patty Wagstaff Extra 300


See AIR SHOW, Page 16


TOUC0HINTG Camp Blanding civilian MWR facilities access clarified
Kingsley Lake is fast becoming a major recreation area for service members.
BS E Camp Blanding Joint Training Center is currently trying to increase its amenities to
accommodate the influx of personnel using the recreational facilities here. Civilian
guests at Camp Blanding are now authorized to use recreational facilities if a serv-
ice member is physically present in the vehicle with the guests. There must be
BSE less than 10 individuals per military sponsor. Civilian guests will also be author-


ized on the post if a service member has rented a recreational facility, campground,
pavilion or lodging unit and the service member has provided a guest list to author-
ize unescorted civilians access.
Military sponsors are required to be present on the installation with their civilian
guests and will be held accountable for their actions.
For more information, call 682-3104/3129 or go to http://www.fljack.ang.af.mil/
wrtc/cbrec.htm.


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Looking back in time...


Hey, MoneyMan!
I just moved into the area
and would like to get a job.
Unfortunately, I have
found that child care is
very expensive and I would
need to work around my
husband's schedule which
is almost impossible
because he is on active duty
and his schedule changes
constantly.
Do you know where I can
find high-quality childcare
at reasonable rates?
MoneyMan Sez:
Of course one of the very
best child care facilities is
right her on base at NAS
Jacksonville.
Unfortunately, it is often
full especially for infants.
According to Kathy
Phillips, the director for the
Navy-Marine Corps Relief


Society in Bangor Wash.,
military members may be
eligible for a childcare sub-
sidy.
Through the National
Association of Child Care
Resource and Referral
Agencies, military service
members can apply for a
child care subsidy.
If the base child care
facilities are full or they
want to use a center out in
town they can apply to a
nationally accredited center
for child care, like
Kindercare.
They may qualify for a
pretty substantial savings.
There's more info on their
Web site www.naccrra.org.
I recommend you give this
agency a try!
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


Hispanic Heritage Month

Luncheon is Oct.12
T he NAS Jax Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon is
"." IOct. 12 at 11 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. The
menu includes chicken paella, herb chicken, white
rice Spanish red beans w/ sausage, green beans, salad and
... desert. For more information and to purchase tickets, call
YN1 Danyell Rowland at 542-2486, Ext. 114, Noemi
Verdecias at 542-3954 or Leevine Everett at 542-4429,
File photo Ext. 117.
Ensign Edward Morgan climbs aboard a Douglas "Dauntless for a practice spin over the Atlantic, with an experienced
pilot at the controls. Hogan was a recent graduate from the Naval Academy in Annapolis who attended a four-week air
indoctrination course to learn about Consolidated Catalina patrol planes, Vought Kingfisher observation planes and LiL l 0nners
Douglas Dauntless dive-bombers.
T he Jax Air News is looking for runners who are par-
ticipating in Saturday's Jacksonville Marine Corps
N TTE H OM EFRTT Marathon at Veterans Memorial Wall. We would
like to cover those who are running in our newspaper.
Please call Miriam at 542-5588 for more information or
meet her at 6:15 a.m. at the starting line.
1b a ** s e ** s a mi an t Po Navy Exchange to host athletes
ST F he NAS Jax Navy Exchange is hosting Wrestler
Lashley Oct. 10 at 11 a.m. to meet and greet
patrons. On Oct. 11, fencing Olympians Cody
Nagengast and James Parker will be at the exchange at 5
p.m. For more information, call Judy at 777-7133.


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-l MA1 BARION HAYWOOD

S Job title/command:
NAS Jacksonville Security
Department

Hometown: Talladega, Ala.

Family Life: Married

Past Duty Stations: MSRON 6 Det 25,
NAVLANTMETOCEN

Career Plans: To earn my master training
special qualification and make chief.

Most Interesting Experience: Spending
six months on an oil platform off the coast of
Iraq.

Words of Wisdom: Do what you have to
now so you can do what you want later.
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JANA VACA
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Job title/command:
MWR Recreation Aide

Hometown: Huntington
Beach, Calif.

Family Life: I'm married.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Oceana, Va..
NAS Sigonella, Italy.

Career Plans: To earn my teaching certifi-
cate and become a teacher.

Most Interesting Experience: Living in
Sicily for three years.

Words of Wisdom: Live life to the fullest.
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SUNDAY SERVICES

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





NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ....................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
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Photos by MCI (AW) Toiete Jackson
AC2 David Smiley of NAS Jax Air Operations Department, meets Musician George Clinton
and a few members of his band, Parliament Funkadelic, at the NAS Jax Navy Exchange.
Smiley says he is one of their biggest fans and was thrilled to learn they visiting the base.



'Godfather of funk'



visits NAS Jax


By MCI(AW) Toiete Jackson
Special Contributor


George Clinton, known by fans as the
"godfather of Funk," and a few
members of the Parliament/Funka-
delic band visited NAS Jax to tour the
installation and meet and greet Sailors at
the NAS Jax Navy Exchange Sept. 27.
Fans gathered at the Navy Exchange
hoping to get a photo and autographs from
Clinton and a few band members.
Clinton is best know as the greatest
innovator of urban-based soul, rock and
funk for more than 40 years.
"It's awesome to actually meet the 'god-
father of Funk,'" said AD1(AW/SW)
Camanche Vasquez of VS-22. "This is
truly a morale-booster."
Clinton and the band members said they
were very pleased to have the opportunity
to meet the Sailors. "They contribute so
much to our country. I think this is the
least we could do," said Clinton.
"We are hope come back and perform a
concert at NAS Jax in the near future."


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Her husband is a huge fan of Clinton's music
and was thrilled that she was able to get an
autographed CD for him.
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Jax Zoo offers


unbeatabe ,amiL fun


By MCI(SW/AW)
Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor


rn' r or those looking for an envi-
IF ronment that provides
wholesome and educational
fun for the entire family, look no
further than the Jacksonville
Zoological Gardens.
The zoo has unveiled a new sec-
. tion of the park this past spring
that was designed for the little
patrons and their curious minds.
The two-and-a-half-acre Kids' Zone
includes a variety of eye-openers to
keep even the busiest child fasci-
nated. It features an animal care
facility where children are actually
able to get up close to the animals
and feed them.
Also included in the new play
park is the Splash Zone. It is a
4,000 square foot romp area for
kids to climb, jump and get wet in.
Life-sized models of Florida's
coastal animals like whales, dol-
phins and manta rays have been
integrated into the Splash Zone
and they come with fun, water
spouts for the kids to cool off in.
A forest play area, two kid-size
mazes and a dining area are also
included in the play park. "This
new park is great. We have a family
pass that allows us to come as often
as we like and my 2-year-old can't
get enough of playing in the water.
The design of the water park is safe
and it's also comfortable for me to
relax in while I watch her play,"
stated Navy wife Sara Simmons.
"When my husband is out to sea, it
provides my daughter and I a place
to go that we both enjoy."
Just around the corner, another
major exhibit that is home to
native animals and plants can be
found. "Wild Florida" boasts two
and a half acres of natural wet-
lands that dwells black bears, red
wolves, bald eagles, alligators and
Florida panthers, just to name a
few.
The zoo environment has been
providing family entertainment for
years. Most adults today can recall
a trip to the zoo with their loved
ones.
What keeps kids and families at
the front gate to these man-made
animal kingdoms? "I love seeing
the animals," exclaimed 8-year old


Youngsters stand on the other side of
the gorilla exhibit and safely admire
the animal as he seems to admire
them right back.
Allyson Nordean, who was visiting
the zoo with Sabal Palm
Elementary on a school field trip.
"I get to see what they look like
up close, where they live and how
they eat. My favorite part of the
zoo is getting the chance to feed the
Lorikeets. I think it's really neat
when they land on me and eat
right from my hand."
Plain and simple, the zoo pro-
vides answers to all the questions
that curious, growing, little minds
come up with about animals. Why
pull out an encyclopedia to hunt
down the answer to those ques-
tions at the dinner table or while
watching animal shows on the tele-
vision when the zoo provides fun
and exciting ways for anyone to
learn about the animals that >call
the Jacksonville Zoological
Gardens home?
Gone are the days of walking
from cage to cage and staring at
the animal that is lorun ing in a
corner somewhere and then mo\-
ing on to the next cage. The
Jacksonville Zoological Gardens
provide educators to teach zoo
patrons about the
animals through
hands-on training
and interaction.
They involve the
guests in animal
education, focusing
on respect to the
animals and their
habitats. I:,
At feeding times, .ia,.
you can find a zoo- .-
keeper patiently an-
swering the wide-


A carousel is located near the newly opened play park and allows children to enjoy a ride on wildlife animals.


These giant sculptures located in the Savannah Blooms
Gardens section of the Jacksonville Zoo provided tons of A curious giraffe saunters over to the viewing area for a quick snack from one of the zoo's educators and to give patrons a
entertainment for the little patrons of the zoo. chance to pet his long neck.


In the Lorikeet aviary located in the Austrailian Adventure exhibit, guests are allowed to
feed the birds and interact with them.


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lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 5, 2006


The Jacksonville Zoological Gardens provides educational information and up-close briefs where children can
learn about animals. This group had a chance to touch a chinchilla as the educator passed it around. The zoo
puts a big focus on respect to the animal and its environment during the educational briefs.

Photos by MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton


An American alligator basks in the sunshine.


An underwater display exhibits large South American Pacu fish in their habitat.


Volunteers always needed at the zoo


The new Splash Zone that opened this spring allows children to cool off in a life-like arrang-
ment of Florida's marine life. The area is safely designed for non-stop fun and parents can
enjoy themselves as well in the shaded areas under the umbrellas.
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One of the most
important parts
of serving in the
military is being able to
give back to the community.
The Jacksonville Zoologi-
cal Gardens is always look-
ing for volunteers and they
engage their volunteers in
all areas of the zoo. They
are looking for serious
applicants to participate in
and support the Jackson-
ville Zoo's conservation and
education.


'I started
volun-
teer-



in February
because I just
needed something
more than waking up
Sand going to work every-
day. Volunteering keeps
me going and I truly
enjoy it," said Neesham.
He has been qualified as
an educator and keeper
assistant through the zoo's
training program.
"My favorite part about
volunteering at the zoo is
teaching the kids about the
different animals. I can
stand up in front of them
without fear of being nerv-
ous and if I mess up, they
either never notice or laugh
at me in a third grade kind
of way. I am always at
ease teaching the children
about conservation and
educating them on things
that they wouldn't know
otherwise," stated Nee-
sham.
Areas where volunteers
are needed are: to educate
patrons about nature, teach
conservation messages,
grounds beautification,
guest assistance, clerical
work, animal care areas,
answer questions, drive
trains and enhancing guest
experiences.
All training is provided
by the zoo and scheduling
is flexible. Volunteers re-
ceive special discounts, free
admission, newsletters and
special programs only
available to employees and
volunteers.
For more information on
volunteering at The Jack-
sonville Zoological Gardens
call Brooke Eldridge at 757-
4463 or visit www.jaxzoo.
org.
- MC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Eighteen-month-old Ava is
delighted with the life-size
animals and water fun at the
Kids' Zone Splash Park.







8 lax Air MNWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 5,2006


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


What, exactly, is true north?


By Chaplain (t.) Joe Molina
NAS lax Chapel
How many of you believe that
there is such a thing as "true
north"? Can you close your
eyes and point to it? How do you know
that there is a true north? You know
that there is such a thing because it is
based on true princi-
ples of natural law.
Would true north
exist whether you
existed or not? .
Absolutely! Its exis-
tence is not predicated
on your personal exis-
tence. Well, let me
"lighten up" a little
....A certain student
brought home a report
able grades in two
subject areas. When
confronted by his par-
ents and asked why
he had not done well,
the 6-year-old quickly
replied: "...because I Char
had the hiccups" (Lt.) Joe
(clever but wrong). The
low grades were a consequence of not"
grasping the truth of the subject mat-
ter..Therefore, the student had not
tested well.
How can you know that God exists?-
Some might say that the primary rea-
son for religion is because man is
afraid and therefore needs to invent
God as a security blanket. Sigmund
Freud once speculated that fear of
nature causes man to invent Gbd.
Freud claimed that the,need for belief
in God is psychological, biased and not
to be trusted.
My response to, all this is that I,
Chaplain Molina, desperately want
God to exist. If I could be convinced,
beyond any shadow of doubt that God
doesn't exist I would find life to be the
absurdity of absurdities. Life would be
devoid of any ultimate significance.But
still, my desperate need for God's exis-
tence is not a good enough answer. My
opinion cannot establish God's -exis-
tence no more than unicorns exist
because I desperately want them to
exist. I believe that God exists because
natural law points to that existence. I
believe that God exists because that


same natural law informs me that God
is that being than which a greater
being cannot be conceived. God is the
perfection of perfections. I can't con-
ceive nor think of anything or anyone
more perfect and, to boot, God's handi-
work of design is all over natural law.
God, then, is "true north," if you will.
God, then, is the true reference point
,and that reference
point is observable all
g. -around us through the
order, the power, the
control and detailed
design that have been
displayed in God's cre-
ation. Can all this be
a product of pure acci-
dent? I submit to you
.- that anything which is
accidental is innately
irrational. That which
is irrational can never
create a design that is
innately rational. As
Albert Einstein put it,
"God doesn't roll dice."
As we observe and
lain study the design we
Molina can.notice that natu-


ral law is dynamic, con-
stantly changing and constantly mov-
ing. So, who initiated the whole thing
into motion anyway? Well, I believe
you have to go way back and start
with the "unmoved mover." The
unmoved mover is the one being who
initiated the motion.I identify this
author of the motion as "God."
God, the cosmological author, would
still exist whether I was here or not.
God's existence is not predicated on
my existence. Rather, my existence is
totally predicated on God's existence. I
have a suspicion that many may even
have a greater need to disprove and
dispose of God's existence. Why?
Because if I can prove that God doesn't
exist then.there is no ultimate person-
al accountability. God's non-existence
can become a convenient commodity. If
there is no God then I can create my
own convenient and strictly temporary
distractions.
"The heavens declare the glory of
God; the skies proclaim the work of his
hands .... Their voice goes out into all
the earth, their words to the ends of
the world" (Psalml9: 1 & 4).


'Operation Packages


From Home


By Kathy Cayton
Special Contributor
T he Navy Wives Clubs
of America, Inc.
(NWCA) Dixie Area
Council would like to thank
NAS Jacksonville Commis-
sary and Navy Exchange
patrons who helped to
make "Operation Packages
From Home" a success this
weekend.
"Operation Packages
From Home" began when
Roger Haney wanted to
help support his son and
his unit to let them know
that someone back home
cares. Spc. Chris Haney
was deployed to Taji, Iraq a
few weeks ago with Army
Reserve #113 Medical
Company. Roger asked
the Navy Wives Club if
they would assist with this
project and the request was
well received by this non-
profit charitable organiza-
tion. NWCA members,
families and friends passed
out flyers to patrons with
suggested products needed
to send to our troops fight-
ing in the war on terrorism.
The outpouring of support
and hundreds of donated
items for this project will
enable them to provide
packages to local military
men and women this holi-
day season.
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Hartwell


retires


after 32


years

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor
Sherry Hartwell, a
computer specialist at
NAS Jax, retired from
civil service last week after
32 years of civil service.
A special luncheon was
held in her honor Sept. 26
where she was presented
the Meritorious Civilian
Service Medal by NAS Jax
Executive Officer Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn. Hartwell
was presented the award
for her extraordinary per-
formance while coordinat-
ing the implementation of
he Navy Marine Corps
Intranet at NAS Jax. She
was the primary contact for
the installation of 600 com-
puters within 60 different
buildings on the base.
This entailed ensuring
the new computers were
installed and the old com-
puters were properly dis-
posed of. According to her
citation, her exceptional
professional ability, person-
al initiative and devotion to
duty were major factors
contributing to the success-
ful implementation.
Hartwell, who grew up in
southern Illinois, married
into the military and trav-
eled to numerous duty sta-
tions with her husband.
"After I had my children, I
began working for civil
service as a disaster relief
specialist during the
Mississippi floods in 1973.
It was a temporary job and
I handed out disaster relief
funds to those in need," she
said.
She then moved to
Millington, Tenn. where
she worked as a clerk typist
and a supply clerk. In 1976,
Hartwell moved to
Lemoore, Calif. where she
worked in seven different
jobs within the supply
department. When the fam-
ily moved to Barking
Sands, Kauai, Hawaii, she
was again hired in the base
supply department.
She arrived at NAS
Jacksonville in 1986, tak-
ing a job at Naval Aviation
Depot, Jax as a budget
clerk and supply analyst.
"Every time anyone needed
any help with computers, I
volunteered because I love
working with them.
Eventually, in 1992, they
hired me as a computer
technician here," said
Hartwell.
After 32 years working in
civil service, Hartwell says
she is ready to do some-
thing else. "My husband
and I plan to travel. We
also have a boat that we
seldom get to use, so we'd
like to get out on that. Our
grandchildren live all over
the country so we will also
visit them more often," she
stated.
"I really won't miss the



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Photo by Junell Streaty
NAS Jax Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn presents the
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retirement luncheon at the NAS jax Officers' Club Sept. 26.
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A taste of military


eyes


of the U.S. Naval


Sea Cadet Corps
By MC2(AW) SuzI Cornell
Special Contributor
AS Jacksonville is
the host for the
Franklin D. Roose-
velt Squadron, a component -
of, the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet or p
Corps, They meet once a
month on weekends for
drills spending much of the
time training in the aivia- Tera McElyea (front) and
tion field. During the sum- Sierra Rama of the U.S. Naval
mer, members can attend Sea Cadets Corps practice
advanced training sessions their CPR skills as HM2
in a variety of fields such as Aaron Wilt ensures they are
airman school, seal team, following proper procedures.
amphibious, medical, music
school and master-at-arms to name a few.
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a national, federally
chartered youth training organization that helps youths,
ages 11 to 17, explore careers in the military. They have
been authorized by the Secretary of the Navy to wear
Navy uniforms customized with the Naval Sea Cadet
insignia. "Everything we do is military-related. We pick a
job and train for it. I plan on joining the military after
high school," stated Tim Bodin, who has been with the
program for the past four years.
"I love working with the cadets. This program allows me
to point them in the right direction and teach them about
the military," said Joe Spindler, commanding officer of the
Henry B. Cecil Squadron.
There are four units in the area available for cadets to
join depending on their interests and location. The NAS
Jax unit focuses on aviation, the NSB Kings Bay, Ga. unit
is geared toward submarines, the NS Mayport unit trains
on ships and the Cecil Field unit focuses on the Army and
Coast Guard.
Do you have a school-age child who is interested in join-
ing the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps? To become a mem-
ber, participants must:
be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident alien or non-citi-
zen national
be in good health and pass a physical exam
be a full-time student in good academic standing
be single
be of good moral character.
Membership allows youths an opportunity to sample the
military with no obligation to join any branch of the
armed forces.
For additional information on how to become a member
of the U.S., Sea cadets or to become a volunteer, please
contact Ensign Nina Bushat 207-0900.


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Photos by MC2(AW) Suzi Comell
U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps assigned to the Franklin D.
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marching in formation during their monthly drill weekend
held at NAS Jacksonville Sept. 23.


HM2 Aaron Wilt (center) of Branch Medical Clinic Jax, teach-
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Naval Sea Cadets Corps Henry B. Cecil Squadron as her com-
manding officer, Lt. j.g. Joe Spindler watches during their
monthly drill weekend held at NAS Jacksonville Sept. 23. The
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youth training organization that helps youths ages 11 to 17,
to explore careers in the military.


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ATV rider course offered at NAS Jax


By Glenn Picklesimer
Traffic and Recreational Safety Trainer,
BMT Designers and Planners
he weather is great and
recreational activities are
still in high gear. All-
Terrain Vehicle (ATV) sales are
at an all-time high. According to
the Consumer Product Safety
Commission, the number of ATVs
in use doubled from 1998 to 2005
and grew 13 percent from 2002 to
2003 alone.
On the positive side, the risk of
death or injury has declined
steadily over the last few years,
mostly attributed to ATV safety
training. On the negative side,
ATV training can be difficult to
locate, especially in this area.
Under the Commander, Naval
Installations Command Traffic
Safety/Recreational and Off-Duty
Safety Program contract, BMT
Designers and Planners is pro-
viding the ATV Safety Institute's
(ASI) Rider Course to all active
duty, civil service and adult
dependent personnel.
This course is designed to teach
essential skills for safe ATV
operation, as well as pre-ride
inspections, riding strategies and
safe and responsible riding prac-
tices. It is approximately four to
five hours long and is taught at
NAS Jacksonville.
All that is required to partici-
pate in the course is an ATV for
each participant and personal
protective equipment including a
helmet, eye protection, long
pants and long-sleeve shirt or
jacket, gloves and boots.
The course is designed to be
both challenging and fun in a low
threat way. Participants will
learn how to correctly control
their ATV through various types
of turns, safely cross obstacles,
and execute emergency maneu-
vers. Successful completion will


Photos by MC1 (AW) Toiete Jackson
Patrolman Malcolm Watson of the
NAS Jax Security Department, gets
some assistance with his ATV
checks from Instructor Glenn
Picklesimer before beginning the
.riding exercise.

earn each participant an ASI
Rider Course Completion Card.
For ATV operators not able to
participate in the course, there
are some fundamental rules to be
aware of; the "golden rules" of
ATV safety:
1. Always wear a helmet and
other protective gear.
2. Never ride on public roads -
another vehicle could hit you.
3. Never ride under the influ-
ence of alcohol or drugs.
.4. Never carry a passenger on
a single-rider vehicle.
5. Ride and ATV that's right
for your age. The guidelines are:
Age six and older, under 70cc
Age 12 and older, 70cc to 90cc
Age 16 and older, over 90cc
6. Supervise riders younger
than 16. ATVs are not toys.
7. Ride only on designated
trails and at a safe speed.
8. Take an ATV Rider Course.
For more information or to sign
up for the ATV Rider Course, call
542-5722/2584.


Glenn Picklesimer checks the students' riding posture.


ATV safety urged


CPSC campaign to
drive down deaths,
injuries associated
with ATVs
From the U.S.
Consumer Product
Safety Commission
From the rugged trails
of West Virginia to
the sand dunes in
southern California, the
sound of all-terrain vehicles
in action can be heard
across the country.
However, in many commu-
nities, it is news accounts
of tragic incidents being
heard.
:To reduce the number of
deaths and injuries, the
U.S. Consumer Product
Safety Commission (CPSC)
is leading a major cam-
paign to educate riders


young and old on the safe
use of all-terrain vehicles
(ATVs).
At a recent news confer-
ence, CPSC Acting Chair-
man Nancy Nord stated,
"ATVs are not toys, espe-
cially adult ATVs, which
can travel at 60 miles per
hour and weigh up to 800
pounds. Children should
only ride youth model ATVs
there have been too many
children killed while driv-
ing or riding as a passenger
on adult ATVs."
Joining Nord were Na-
tional 4-H Council CEO
and President Donald
Floyd and NASCAR Racing
Legend Richard Petty.
The number of four-wheel
ATVs in use in the. United
States has increased from
just over 2 million to more
than 6.9 million over the
past decade. From 1982
through 2004,. there were
nearly 6,500 deaths involv-


ing ATVs. .
In 2004 ....- .. .j
alone, an
estimated
136,000
p e r e
treated in BMT Designer and Planners ATV Traffic and Ri
hospital proper way to lean into a turn to prevent vehicle
e me r -
gency rooms for ATV relat- izations and officials dedi-
ed injuries many life-alter- cated to promoting ATV
ing. In 2003, an estimated safety.
740 people died nationwide CPSC is encouraging all
in ATV incidents. About 30 riders to "take knowledge
percent of all deaths and to the extreme" by partici-
injuries involve children pating in a training.course
younger than 16. and following our core rules
CPSCs campaign in- for safe riding: 1) never
cludes: new television and allow a child to operate or
radio public service an- ride on an adult size ATV,
nouncements; the creation 2) always wear a helmet
of www.ATVSafety.gov, a and protective gear, 3)
new Web site for riders, never ride tandem on a
parents, trainers, local and one-person ATV, 4) never
state officials, and the me- ride on paved roads, and 5)
dia; use of CPSCs Neigh- never ride under the influ-
borhood Safety Network; ence of drugs or alcohol.
and partnering with organ- While CPSC believes that


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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.
SEvening 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
rC 4 p.m. on Tuesdays
Call 542-3518/4238 for details.
Push-up Challenge
Oct. 18
Prizes awarded!
S Call 542-3518/2930 for additional information.
Monster Dash 5K
Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.
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For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
call 542-3318.


Halloween Horror Nights Universal Studios
Tickets on sale now!
Sunday Thursday tickets $31.30
Friday tickets $36
Saturday tickets $52.50
Toby Keith Hookin' Up and Hangin' Out Tour
Nov. 3, 8 p.m.
Jacksonville Arena
$69.75 per person
Yalaha Bakery & Holiday Open House at Lakeridge
Winery Trip
Nov. 11
$20 per person includes entrance fees and transportation.
New Jack Reunion Tour
Including Guy, Blackstreet, Tony!Toni!Tone! and After 7
Nov. 11, 7 p.m.
$61 per person


Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Jaguars vs. Jets
Sunday
$5, includes ticket and transportation
Sign-up early!
Tickets are limited!
Comedy Zone Trip
Free
Oct. 10
Includes admission and appetizers!
Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Trip
Oct.14
$30 includes park admission and transportation.
Departs Liberty at 3:30 p.m.


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Lake House (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Click (PG-13)
Saturday, 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)


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3249 or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
1No green fees! Cart fee only!
Oct. 10\and 24 for active duty
Oct. 12 and 26 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 booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the club's main
office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve drill weekends, 3-7 p.m.


Call 542-3227/3682 for more information.
Command Holiday Card Contest
Pick-up plywood starts at the Auto Skills Center Oct. 9
All cards turned in by Nov. 10
Winners announced Dec. 1 at the Christmas Tree Lighting.
Win money for your MWR funds!


Call 778-9772 for more information.
16th annual Haunted Woods
Oct. 20-21
$2 er person
Children ofall ages welcome!
Youth Center is currently looking for volunteers to help
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base clean-up, as well as co-
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Corps Relief Society fund-
raisers and Toys for Tots
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donations last year and
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of his employees for all
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bond to A-OK Award winner Danielle Jansen as her parents,
David and Twanda, beam proudly. Danielle won the award for
receiving a B average or above on her most recent report card.


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Featured Performer: U.S. Navy
Flight Demonstration Squadron,
Blue Angels
Note: Performers list is subject to
change without notice.
Gates to NAS Jacksonville open for
the air show at 9 a.m. The flying
feats begin at 10 a.m., with the Blue


can not bring to the air show include:
Coolers
Cooking Grills
Backpacks
Large Umbrellas
Carryall bags
Large handbags
Animals/pets
Bicycles/skateboards/rollerblades
Kites/balloons
Contraband (illegal substances
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Clear bags for medical items (i.e.,
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Portable/lawn chairs (not in their


sonnel). Vendors will enter through
the vendor's gate between Hangars
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Vehicle inspections: All vehicles
will be inspected upon entry to NAS
Jax (all three gates). Plan to arrive
early to the air show to avoid long
lines.
Spectator drop-offs: Vehicles who
plan to drop people off and depart
should do so at the Ajax and
Albemarle gate, Building 135 parking
area. This will provide spectators
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Basketball league meetings
coming up
A Greybeard Basketball League (30+) meeting
will be held Oct. 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the Building
850 conference room. The league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, command Department of
Defense personnel and reservists. A Captain's
Cup Basketball League meeting will be held Oct.
11 at noon at the same location. The league is
open to. all NAS Jax active duty members, com-
mand Department of Defense personnel and
reservists.
Commands having their athletic officer or desig-
nated representative attend the meeting will
receive five captain's cup points. All interested
personnel should attend the meeting to discuss
rules and to get the required paperwork to join the
league.
Open tennis tourney is Oct. 23
A men and women's open tennis tournament
will be held Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women gym patrons. There will be a separate
men and women's divisions. Matches will be
0 played at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex.
Awards will be given for each division. Call NAS
Jax Athletics to sign up by Oct. 20.
Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase .elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. The chapter also has serv-
ice officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4
p.m. to help with claims. To
make an appointment or for
more information, call 269-2945.
The chapter also offers bingo
every Saturday at 10 a.m. The
public is welcome.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired
employees to their regular
monthly meeting the second
Tuesday of each month at 1
p.m. at the Orange Park Library
on Plainfield Avenue in Orange
Park. For more information, call
276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club general member-
ship meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of
every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht
Club is a members only club
open to all active duty,
reservists, retired military and
active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more
information, call 778-0805 or
email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin
restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is
open to any single, divorced,
separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For
more information, please check
out our Web site at www.pwpn-
florida.com or call 307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange
Park/Westside holds their
monthly meeting the second
Thursday of each month at 10
a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the
Orange Park Mall. Moms and
children are welcome at all
activities. For information con-
tact Nicole Lopez at 504-6016
or go to momsclubopw@
yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
You can also visit
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provided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. If you have run in a
sanctioned race and your time meets the regional
qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00'
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min. Women
4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K run,
40K bike
For more information about any of the sports
articles, call Bill Bonser, sports coordinator, at
542-2930/3239, email bill.bonser@navy.mil or
visit www.nasjax.navy.mil.

Intramural Volleyball Standings


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The First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. holds
their meetings the second
Tuesday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Shands Hospital
Blue room. For more informa-
tion, call Janneice Moore at
244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at
542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Archive and Retired Federal
Employees Association
extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regu-
lar meeting held at 1 p.m. on the
fourth Thursday of each month
at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship
Hall Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
Herlena.Washington @ sar.med.
navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fl1x.org.
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.
A Family Fest will be held
Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at
the University of North Florida
(UNF) Nature Trails near St.
Johns Bluff Road. This fun-filled
event for all ages is hosted by
the UNF Child Development


Research Center (CDRC) and
the UNF Nature Trails. The
event will feature music, story-
tellers, craft and nature projects,
canoeing, games, nature scav-
enger hunt, parachute activity,
pifiata and face painting. For
more information, call 620-2372.
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.
The Jacksonville Genea-
logical Society will hold their
regular monthly meeting Oct. 21
at 1:30 p.m., at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd
Street, Jacksonville. For more
information, call Mary Chauncey
at 781-9300.
A meeting will be held provid-
ing information about the HR-25
Fair Tax Bill Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
at the Middleburg Library. For
more information, call Jim at
291-0871.
All military members and their
families are invited 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 reser-
vations, call 739-6900.
The 4th annual Walk for
Epilepsy will be held Nov. 4 at
8:30 a.m. at Memorial Park in
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion go to www.efnef.org or call
731-3752.
The Visayas-Mindanao
Association is hosting a
Veteran's Ball Nov. 11 at 6 p.m.
at the Radisson River Walk
Jacksonville. For more informa-
tion, contact John Wilde at 779-
6149 or email johnwilde@com-
cast.net.
The St. Augustine Fall Art
and Craft Festival will be held
Nov. 25-26 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events Field
on Castillo Drive. More than 140
artists will display their work.
For more information, call (904)
824-0716.


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Photo by MC3 Charles White
AW2 Michael Sereno of VP-16 gets a pass off under pressure during a flag football game
between VP-16 and Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department. The game was played
as part of the NAS Sigonella Fall Flag Football League Sept. 2. VP-16 is currently forward
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The Great Chicago Fire
killed more than 250 people,
left 100,000 homeless,
destroyed more than 17,400
structures and burned more
than 2,000 acres. While the
origin of the fire has never
been determined, there has
been much speculation over
how it began.
One popular legend was
that Catherine O'Leary was
milking her cow when the
animal kicked over a lamp,
setting the O'Leary's barn
on fire, starting the spectac-


ular blaze. A few years ago,
this was proven untrue by
Robert Cromie, a Chicago
historian. Also, a little know
fact is that on the same day
in Northern Wisconsin, a
fire known as the Peshtigo
Fire killed 1,152 people and
burned more than a million
acres.
In 1920, President
Woodrow Wilson issued the
first National Fire
Prevention Day proclama-
tion and since 1922,
National Fire Prevention
Week has been observed on
the Sunday through


Saturday period in which
Oct. 9 falls. Inaddition, the
president has signed a
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20 ax Arll NOws, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 5, 2006
SApartments Houses Houses Office Space Driver
Hmome Manf e '.405 A Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished 51 For Rent pe707 Driver
SWakulla Co FL. 239 ac. BEACHWOOD-1, 2,3 br CHARLES GATE WESTSIDE- Area. Large 3x2 NEW OFFICE SUITES
BTIDE -ADBEE SOTHSID oreos WESTSIDOB E A 2 a south of p ts avail, based on 4/2 brkfpic 2 cargar w/re, ar2 1,920sf to l1520sf F $20HR Must own and
ShlBngnwa Iloerudey" a tr new R Ofrom St. Mark's Marina. foiail 641-0913 TDD# 04-46-5500 1200mo. + dp. 472-7314 (904)998-9339 vehicle (such as p/u
wRooMA &nMe INcai f s it nyetorachoosefromt Exc. Investment & rec O00-545-1833 X381 EHO ar E R R3'Tw/topper, mnmivan
,d ceramcfrs, ktch bath + 40 boat EZ financing. Low reatlonal property wd oln ap berc, nfl comm w/3n HEAR S E $oSndeo SUV) P1 I d broundtrlp
$139,900. 5242 Sunder- dock, gated wpool. 771-9055or962-1086n w 19 & 18 yr. old inedna,2 90r1io w.onud crNEWO6IECrle 3age ano fuel sur
L a n t c & U n iv e rs it y .ko r N E P AEm m o rlaoI A ST L WS $ 1 2 0n-mAanr Io n M nsl
$379K David Needle, Akfr pEmmaBo.IFSBB$C. SIZZING HOT! ,,1raler L -, Q,',, .1. rG.3A .....foECornrerci al,
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cS 404-d82e6-3de6r3o5P NEW1"S2134Se0rvnorth Stdohns 2PE4msP J r d Rea: clean
$1 nn l-ln 44-8i. 2 L.5-3i5r5,rn; PnCoac. .PBkdC PUBLISHER'S NOTICE BEDROOMNAPTS. E. Arlln-ton/Intercoastal WS LAKESHORE 3 1.55 800 County and southeast arLIng rrr:.rd ,rnmlnal
Stcc18o 32. .1450005Ar. Call i7 0 admsll real estate BDadOer-Oo 13T homeInTAshle yWooas ownhrs TRE FORLEAE nc~ round &. arug
Car/Stuccor 3/2,:874S a Mei tis IngnIn this newspa- Starting at $590. ust mri from beaches. nu D Mo noenay st rt zcrr, 31 613 935 962
29585mo or seper Is subject to he Call Mariaforafree rent Fen Yd, In Cu e VANSAN8bT RE 393 pamtls1.007.
Wooded lot, Dol Gar ,d04 545br6; BAD. TOUGH, UGLY air Housing Act whiTch 904 -2772500 -sacND ncauded. 2c1 cDborahe519- DRIVERS
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BMeadt 2Buy........ T24,! 00 % a CREDTl 95225oBROWARD RIVER advertise "any prefer-ok, 5 65r 160 sqt 1650 derr Pronssion actor
Ss LVlL Osfr U-Plcka home. We do MINTOST.sJOHNS ence llmitat(onordis- NeedCaPlace NORTHSIDE6M de a eust seel i er. o c
Dual Realt of ax .7gr r &Kit.ake2thlAsk n o Emm9055 3/2 PERFECT hoatt crmination based on To Han $575-$780 12 savyleaf t.a i 525 F lRent trae pay. Greats
354 9807 4E3B C 63 2766 927182 0629k y -704-3777 race, co or, religion, YourHat? 1,2&3BR's Fleming Island Bra orent 401K, paid vacation,
wwwHmou m CAMDEN CO. sx, handicap, familial Available! New Home 4/2180SF, bonus pkg, &top
GwROrd e S SD .R Edr,77 86sCAMDEN CO. status, or natIona o cnargara e et ok, RESTAU DRANT OR OTHER equipm ent al In a small
A 1 TT o, 5 A f lo RfginoNr an intention, to 904-757.0240 mo s e rok r a ROOSEVELT/ATLANTIC cm pany atmosphere
REisII AsnOyRd StMOll03 t er i prnu, n, Jlxeidanlace make any such pref- AshleyPark / A but backed up with
Sca sid ate Relt, Corp H r inonc-n I contact Aaron Hoffman erence limitation or Apartments GREEN COVESPRINGS-new /103RD 288-8500 large company benefits.
S p R t W Pay en h dn n b_ JCont cActA Lron HoffmanEIn3REAL5CST4E19ne Rs
50679 Banker discrimination. 3x2w/urades, ar 3034 A TTE Ca Randy877.447890
Coldwell Bn ker F o d w 0 ankFamii a status PONTE VEDRA BCH 2/2, Majestic aks Ln.$124mo Dan Jones SAN MARCO www.PiSIaonl ne.com
Westsde FOR SALEOR NORTHSIDE Motivated LET YOUR JOB BE 12-30-739 includes children under 2nd firtow/ ed + $1245 depCall472-7314 Associ Ask about our new pay
RTO $350 dn. to own Seller-Must sell nowl YOUR CREDIT I WestsdeCedar River Lot the ae 1 living with all reafamenties. Stff package.en
your hWt. Bad/good credit ok 3/1 + r.407-765-3677 YOUR I DEEPWATE Ksre t-$,om6.04 ItraY H5 o e -
All areas avail. Call i1346 M conhieSt. EZ Fin. Many homes t y regna n 290046 a, K on drinks Ave. Behind lofts. Independent contract
Aroprtino Peparson K c ro Readyt6 Buold aNVS p AnEnT 44culdesac,Kensi-ng4tonRwww.ERADANJONES.com $750,0eorr$3000/mo. delIvery driver, PT Pre
Properties904.566.6265 Minor repairs $59K. Call Emma 771-9055 904.535863 and people securing SAN MARCO Lakes, Very Irg fnc yd.5 r$ n deeper e
custody of children 1&p2cBRSpeclall beautiful comm w/amen Homes, Easton. Santderson & fer mini-van, covered
TWO BEAUTIFUL RIVERSIDE Beautiful or 962-1086 under $1. FoT :E REr P AIorS
ehEAILs RIVEiSDEBeaut 9.628 e T350mo.904.471.8893 Toww. and Co. 356-2228 e pu or SUV. Fuel sur
HOMESforSALE uad-pex In Historic NEW PHASE not knowingly accept INTRACOASTAL WEST Condominiums CIl 904 710 6578 .
CedarHills,2239Tegner lerside. Generates MOBILE HOME PK ant dvertisIn for real SOUTNSIDE 2brapts VOP3/2,mw/d hkp,cul- 1,2,3,&543Bedrooms Sth2ldefBHy Uniner
Dr.3/1 1264BsqOft plus 300/o Grt Invest Outnwtththeaoldnwth e ali 39s5161 orea 5069 s v RetailTRSPORTI
25X15 Screened patio. 340Kneg9044349094 he new. EZ Financition of the law. Our Ca 346-0915 T Call 904-566-6102 Inthe nebulout reas rent. Minimum epell
Informed t hat all #800-545-1833x381 EHO INTRACOASTAL Following Areas: STORES FORLEASE ence Hauling Cc.nstruc

lingadvertised InSouthde/aymeado 3/2,2444BentwaterDr.nW. Northside 1200sf Blanding Blnd.: tiC.r, Equipment ClassA
oLakesTtn8orWes2tland;1this newspaper are Townhouse. 3BR3B CH&A, 1800sf, $1450mo. Oceanway 3000sf South82ec.; License ReulreR
BR. Must seel $203,900. IiL move In calld695-2255 oo l is- $995mo. 651489 KEYSTONE EIHTS3/2, Riverside B rgan 630-7 son e Jackonvle
Call Pat Welch 465.1482 IA LD criminatIon call HUD WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep outside ST. AUGUSTINE Dwn Twn ghteenConstructon0
APoRealtton-red re a te oe CO$11EmoH$179C 0Guar Id I. smalalor celavailROct Inc. toritutl 904-2 80- 192f
CAP Realty Group 2/2, fully loaded, low Open House tofrn u m tel e r a on Special. 1BR,$440. n.$5kmndown. Argye li l or 904-260-6393for
s i call financeI Hombs for Sale 1-800-669-9777. The .Call 388-7317 call 904-.276-6446 Westside Call 904-810i0559
1249-9546 Active Adult toil-free telephone
UnIveAult number for the hearing WESTSIDE 1/1 OUIET, MAND 3/2, 2cg ar, exc CDL CLASS A DRIVERS
I(rl[.1hi 1 lI:a:T-I Community I m p a I r e d I suarefeet,$50 plus cond, fpl, ch/a14sf CALL 757-3466 Local haulin Baldwn
"low M e Mlnt5%d/p slow credit Condominiums 1-800-927-9275 $500 d No ets. Great Ic.9 Avail now. FOR OUR 00 7Perm anitn B$work.
MINTLeioO.K.eCall 246-7684 Co omnu s Call 33-1 81 $1200m 904-880-4507K/ PeORrOURA1mainvAlv e 712neehnt iw
JACKSONVILLE BCH New Rehab Draw Up Front .Duplex/Townhouse Mandarin RENTAL SPECIALS Call 9042662030
A TN No Pre. Pay Penalties ewCRDu T o NWESTSIDE Madrn45 www., ERADANJONES.com
list FSBO The Palms. rNouJunk Fees Investment Income2BR6DUPLEXFENCEDYD, comprm 2500sf,
pecial2/2 cathedral Hour Closings Callnow Guaranteed sedwashIndustrial/
Ceilings ,OfplWstfirend 3Highst ings Fnrcsod PropertyO HOOKUP. W era t PPUIET h ITriaerlD
ungtsl,2 10s9l0437L76 rFinancing on new, used anfted REF REQUIRED$595772897re r, WESTSIDE- Venetia very Trades
untr22904543.7716 No Money DownAL or rINp homes. Manufactured ac s nice3/2alarm, h/a
Mandarin 2BR/2.5BATH, 100% Financing Call 695-2255 Homes OPPORTUNITY WSI 2br Newly Remod. $160mo all 291040 fen 2 car arage, $140 Businessct
W/o conn $665mo. move. In or 3B8 1264 + deposit 860-4200 Oppc ullti s construction
icar gar, new carpet, iihlI .!g Lots & Acreage BurkeCo, 356ac; planted /Special.lSeaboard O Iks Opportunities ACE CONSTRUCTORS
tile park access 32 New homes to Oceanfront pines & mature hard- llFrncs 9047789836 Mandarin 3/2140 sqft DON'TPAYSOMEONE Distbutoshps/ a growing site contract
wc2hodes$2o50afrcO wood, $2500/ac Firm U_ a 2 car, Irg fenced yard. ELSE'S MORTAGE. Franchises tor in Jax, seeks exp'd
$174,900 Obo O91-4170. o o ceansde/ 912-u36,-045o/478451.73600 Purchase option avail. 100% financing. No/low 4S Fshers
S oRCcan VDb le Slng l6 2 3 40bd r m s9 O p t n 6 2 6 -4 0 0 W ES2I DEe d- -o m-- -Pi dt i st 2 N a e ksJ aC on ish e
REGENCY WOO 904.737.0144 CalRbecca 246-76 Oceanvlew 410 Condominiums $1050mo 809376471 closing costs. Fictitious Names -Curbisetters
cONDOMINIUMS $148,900MONROE, CO. 135acres (904)673-9191S Kim FinancialServices Top pay & benefits.
1800SF, 3/2.5. Call now It Ww acafl rm SELLING YOUR MOBILE Waterfront 100k timber Hunt orne MANDARIN pool home, to App at 8742 Lone Star
won't lst. 6070228 OME TOP CASH frm, 15ml to Macon Mall Arlington Merrll Jullngton Forest 3/2 Moneyto Lend or Road (904) 7265990 for
LicensedMortgage ld or New or Assume Ask$450k9125345650 e 900sf$350m + sec 425 manufactured Borrowdetails.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH Lender* # #I I h o00000\4777 1 ran t 7 6 f f I r 8nd frn dep 904-566-1923 4Homes ortgae f ht
Palms @ Marsh Landing m a t a WAYCROSS. aA FSBO a loddw/dpesok MAaRrIgETTA /19 B hRe aDgroSld r Wught ELECTRICIANS
Newly / upraded.lMash nsdters s paradise. AvailablenowI PCS Irgy rs/newbath ARGYLE Newer 3,4BR's for W'side comrmercial
a d a turkey, hogs $995mo 5044277 porchwater Incl/fenced DW on private lot. rao rr4oects. 401K, medical
$152K. 904.4765280 NASSAU. CLAY, & eDUVAL elect. Located IS1 N. ARLINGTON -3/2, ground VANSANDTRE 389-3540 $800.$900/mo.NoHUD
SOUTHROOK Beach Blvd d Homes Packages! Creek & river access. level, seller relocating M Inter Greg 376 5190 tO 896
SOUTHBROOK Beod 3/2i es b NORTSIDE -Ig parcel of $ 980 Downa$595Month $17K. 252-6333790 or bit '06, sec sys, ftcel, oa home4/2 ARLINGTON 3/1 $500mo FINISH MOTOR
ateducedirde land ddednto a lots. CallMr.Lewls 783-8385 252-675-1448 gated, $151.9k 379-5498 LR, FRDR, sf, +50 depNo pets COIN LAUNDRYfor GRADER CREWct.
at e 12-w927- 1926WESTSIDECity utils, can make 4 IBg wawwe, nfroIndus tia 6enta9 pof nler urato Al y ior pton o olie
aths kt. 912.927.1926 A GREAT STARTER lots, Call 655-8965 A3 OR 4BON 1 OR MORE BAYMEADOW S Deerwood Iou No sm ng.6465196 Owner/Oerat
ACRES 100% FINANCING 3/2, 1530sf, all new, fplc, pool, hug eyard www .s ro fitabo e 904-6 1 90Ea
Southslde BELLE RiVE H HOME II WESTSIDE -2 ACRES SEYCOR REALTY 477.4225 OR nl 5No Sm k/ P St D NWmo OU MIDDELBUR50t 2/1, 1+a O RAndE- DEro- .n
Sun. 1-4. SpaciousNEW Pay salestax moves you In. Old Plank Rd. Cleared JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET $1095mo. Call 505.364 MIDDLEBUR 3/21500sf porches, sheds, back 2 tRAcr OE t
3/2.5 Lake view, garage 771-90S5 or 962-1086 hi/dry, $114,900 obo 300sfalrcond FLrme rd fencd S frst/ last For Sale
$220K. 904333425 Ask for Emma. Cal 591-a031 e L sARLINGTON/Merrill s d sr 55mo5 2d2 lmt G CStation rae ROLLER OPERATORS&
-2od Pines 3/2 w/d, upgraded ea kit, 2 car gar I $575mo. 2-8934 LM Call 904-545-0679 OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
New Homes actured 1bappls 2nd fIr, balcony landscp culdesac o10,
w Hpool. m $140m 2 r o rg n st bath, split plan, NORTHSIDE -1480 Jake Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
W l p 1200m. 6620772 seve lawca New home 3/2 LARRY'S GIANT SUBS, RcoPro dWlon ol at
0 7 i ome ~INTERCOASTAL W10oEST ornd $1295 94. M-2 553-2337 .$675mo m + $725dep. Laysoes GAt .7587, ison Blvd,FJAX.,OE
bfr dO Tm RealEtyaragENo pets 904-757.7621 $0K. 904.2833'1 787 lvd. SPRI069
new-Se2bdrm/2ba/nV arage, Middleburg-3/2/2 O rINSULATORS
-Orange Park 2/1 SW For in town& out of town
utes from the beaches, paint new carpet, New paint & carpet LIQUOR LICENSE projects. Pipe, duct C
Bed andBreakfast $1000/mo. 90472026 all appliances. $450de.904,27&4794 -mm3785 r1 edilate work on
Breakfe100% financing coil derms386.67 current projects. Need
yManufactured Jax Beach /15th St. 2/2/1 779-1918 WESTSIDE (2) 2/2's $600 dependable trans. Drug
HomesInew condo 1st floor all M e & $650. (3)3/2's$725- $790 Turn-Key Interior Free 730-6707
Open 0.Mayort4/2, LR, Weli kept homes In Decorating Business
HueRlt90i7904 FRR 2600sf quiet park. 771-6107 $60-$75K. 904-284-8385 MAINT SUPERVISOR
Homes for Sale Real Estate Wanted Near Airport $1600oomo call WESTSIDE (2) 2/2's $600 National Co. seeking
-:- --_ Condominiums House Plans almost new 2/2.5 234-7653 $650. (3) 3/2's$725-$790 Maintenance Superyvi-
---- "-- Duplex/Townhouse Miscellaneous comm. pool, MURRAY HILL 2/1650 Wel kept homes intent.
Miscellaneo-garage, many TS 1cargar/equbpt kitchen quiet park. 771-6107 meant community. Com-
g'T-rades, NOPE 90sf/fencedby/mustC WESTSDE849Suse petitive salary package
ManufacturHomes dM $100mo. 912-322-9288 VANSANDT RE384-3540 Clean 2/1, nopets, Fai resefto
,-:, ..^--- ,- --- _' ,1R-e.. E Waterfront wvgrbc@tds.net MURRAY HILL 3/1 $950 $450m+$45d- 904-22 orAply In
Oceanfront F e OAKLEAF PLANTATION 4/2, 1 Car Gar, Newm Paint, Brick 38755 5l person Club at Danforth
1700sf, w/d, frg, Many 1206SF, Caret, Kit Equlp., I 3701 Danforth Drive.
NewnQualisy Built Hoes With Intracoastal Front BELLA VISTA ARKANSAS a m ea tVeas$1 2 5 0 VANSANDRE 38 40Eu i a E.O.E. DFWP
wQ ul t H0O Withu h rcst Fronty BESTORAEARI 9 5 4 5 9 0 5 4 6 NORTHSIDE 1 month free with as little as $1000. PITREperienc &
e r a Lots & Acreage Golf course community 904-778 4471 Brand New 1800SF. 3/2, down on 2 & 3brT oblePANE Eprn
I Lots t Ace Residentlai lotsfro saLe ORANGE PARK Brand $1200m. 954-534-6989 homes. Cl 695-2255 Private instruction transportationamust. New
C tL1 \w irInvestment Income C05235% -45% below mar- new spacious 2/2, w/d. Value LInk Investments"c Sndools homes, No tacko
Jack Lee Construction Proper ket vCal2ue. begomsold cI Q4a
as Active Adult on TV for $24,900, can PetES ok 305 14-6 6%48 AnN7RENTE 40 oEs e ntspainters
O Nfiddl -a buy for $10,600. For. Events PASTERS
7 783-9039 Old 7 ddleburg Community more info call Orange Park, st juonn. AGL A IR wD ith commercial & resi
jt 904-608-5510 R k,-.... t... 5 ur, epr l: RET HOMESSEEKCING AR L4E,2 .HO 1E.E A2R0 Ep dental experience.
J h BULASKI CLOUNTY -GA 4 8 1600m4 OR.710t41T3 $|GRAmE tEl inc 3|6 oRE EALn E0696tools &transportation.
100 acres, 55 ac in cult, RArlNwltem deedAr63n2-0500oDFWo
CBC050222 of Pine trees. ideal fo- aPPI -.. D. sin 0 6fn F a cr Re ta n65 Varc. d 25ct l 7 tcl r r a t-ik. r'iciai ucern W Ah REpRTSl2 -0
HERITAGE PARK New hunting deer, wild tur Ca 1 321 9 t6 2746n ar ound- S i.-ilnc Tp r.r at r,pt rt. rW Cith FyIS Cont.rTOac
2903sf, 5/5 Preserve key & wild hogs. Plenty TE3DA nCve Paxoi. mor, -ed, R400,ornsr e I 1 Tied 0'odial DrugNFree Workplace
La'.-^S'fKl S .- '- ", -. "7'jf-$345K 3.5% fin. of water. For more Infd PONTE VEDRA BEACH me ,:lep P $400 orc $45 A~ c ri [ T= "1= r ^ I?? d? Dr> Frede o rkpace
T^B i ^ B. e ,' o 516. 60. 209 C l 229-268-9162 ShowC bnGrr'.e 1, 1 onl, -rt "Murray Hi l on A ras. |4a2T ulP lf8r, I Mo ,& .$400 orrp4Sr NCia DrugFree Contrkacting
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JCP 2/2.5 Beautiful 2 yr GEORGIA-Pierce Co. R.sor r, iEnliueE @Titus Sohlloi I Mandarin share house a
./.j 11 ,, "- /old TH St Johns Co. aA+ Brk, 2100sf, 3br/2.8ba E4tr.. cll25 2i15ns. i0-8 2 5 50mec .PR REA ES Tth. T PLASTERERS
T +schs.Owner/Realtor 20x30 outbldg.$17500c fOl' .li nr, l 2 scrn '7 't iV HD. Si3 3622-'260 001 L B ORERS WANTED
$158,900.904-7044860 Call 912 449-1840 porch, 1 00 d
10 Tlw ... .. .. --rPOINTE R CED0 /] I, o a NORTHS,$OE RAL Top waves for uifiedn
"PONTEr ^ VEDRA, GRADY CTYGA Beautiful PonteVedra BeachlT .'e 3/ 7 .e i.a e t 3,i. r o dualiBeets
SEastrofAA Loveiy 4/35/2 quiet country home m[o. Brand e.4.'.a .B g 5achnite r184A6Av/$7 i1a-v / $1610. 7 A E eeeCavaI293 Cvaxi24-3
i a nl r $completelyIupgrade on 9.01a r 3 strand n tes0$5 16h 4IWeekDa 'Ci Q pk gavail249-3049
//./ 'copleel uregranltetravert lne, kit/DRI 91combo, FR, LR sct1r mc. Terra3e1te-l 9E351 M r NS MAYPORTa Superiorinstructlon ROOFING SHINERS &
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L ^ jf l ^ l 7 BHDavid Needle storage area, crossed PONTO VEDRA BEACH l l N B 294r2y5 provided. Good pay.
iBroker904626,0006 fenced & stream OCEANH ROVE I +L ir 866 1.ouisa eira2/1o I includes all call FloridaRealEstateInstltute Call1904-580-9908.
P r 5/,4 Shown by ap t. oni -,-,er:,ok pool. aon lak.e. 482LousaTe3 home 223-185 r d3. cellCal
Ponte Vedra 5/4 2454F, Reo 229307-01 9. $ 69K. Fe C iDsi rCrt $t1000m R1uTO O I l 5'1-5215 Great deal Alliance Business Schools Tradi e
New Costruction in Sa Mate $92,000 isal, renov. Cn N04 S8B 25. S l snSt2E P ORANGE PARK RealE Y taeG MorlaSe,/le,
21$394.9K USA Rlaty Mart N.CfMTN VIEWLOTSa Krra40r 25 5370 EnsnSt2/ i l r I r H 3omellnspectioncourses. 1 Tradene
arealtor.com MLS 318977 cabin & elect, nr lakes. PONTE VEDRA Best Rent alaals N a d /o1p h 2-sorI, nm e q, See Scheduh les at ge o
bedroom 2 bath Stuccohome with 2 car ST. AUGUSTINE-Unlque Starting $24K.S phone in urnl-e orCalh480-8070 pay full benefits. Witho
32new 2/2, garSloadedti 904-14B666 iat.ed ,.r,13m L a P ln t Vr naew ro,um ( 00 Pirc utPoi tl America's #1 boat
wi 2/2 gmrpaSummerhous 0Condo dooSlt 6I2"6.t da
garage.1530 sq.ft. with upgrades, $350k. Pensacol a, Pr ,r,...,,,. home2c ar. b904lbnk dRE2An 77 r ALer. Ap#npero
C l 904-273-9732 9 FL-Lake8 Francis i2 m I ard, r nhood. ObgK7 7eTac r B ld
( $1200m 6,4 22re a Ci
CompletionAugust 2006. Lakefront, Ivy Lakes subd. nice3/2R 772dalNEPRKMst
Open Hse Sat/Sun 1-4 ranchquiet AmenItilesRare vacancy ea E 37,2geinc 1 milv e
FSBO4/2, 1/2aC, 2208sf culde-sac neighbor- Make Your MoveToday O wa k0ea0sf Pla n Eagle, H A 6E- 1 WIa t Pay
$342,900. 904-287-6384 hood close to schools. Jennifer, Broker 917 859 78 Landn edw sf 4/35 O SA B ea
102 Tallwood, San Mateo PRICE REDUCED IN JCP, obo call 850.944.0449 SOUTHSIDE, 2/2 w/gar 3.5% fin. 516-660-2709 Kit cbI, rm furn, $360m. Busy Pe-asnsit, 60 0 Ak
Owe4BR/2BA, pool home W/De pool, gym. g3te Oaeaf Pt Hew& or $93105wk.904.F215-8100 TaxRt CParoTransit 42ch4os boATonu qaTliC prsg oni
all Owner/Realtor9 2 tGw/hot tub. $389K Pensacola Movin g $1250m. ncs cable/NET Ready. Leanse-to-buy. Roommate w r wanted Tim Collint Ts TC sni
Cal 1 904-568-0923 e to PensacolaoGIL Aon e B 04. e se 0 4dei ng, 22I n I tsB nu s aa vaif FL pers
I f ron t h o m e fo r1 80 0 -3C 0 04 f5 ;1 5 0 0 Re/lt 0 0sha e 3 T h2Be a ch ca nd d ate w i n e ai t aT aa i rcra40 1
SJ urent4/2 furnished. Southside 2br/2h Sba $2000m 516-660-2709 IWestside home. 5 Brian orfax 268-4014t
OctI17 to April. I400mo BI Villagno, New condo,ORNEPARK 586 Wcr a mb. to HAS Jtxa No
es poolcom,$450 o. g14 21 min. to HAS Jax, No
Storlite. C- m.all agioewcntr a3area Ham Ellery 3/2 Fain il. Pets. $Gd2 .00. 591-5532 BOX TRUCK DRIVER no 724 Education
904-710-4343 DR, LR, enclsed porch SAN MARCO 1-2l eople CDL needed, 5 day
SOUTHSIDE 2c gar pool $1300mo + for 2br/lba in nice 4/2 week, Avg $500wk 2yr
ROLINA 1/1 Condo Lakefont dep. 904-504-5690 grt Ioc $700m 631-3655 exp reqd. 904-463-0405 COLUMBIA COLLEGE
HUNTING TRACTS Close to ClubsShop-COMMUNITY RELATIONS
Racquet Club, 2/2furn, 15 tracts ranging from O.P -1911 Hunter SINGLE FEMALE COORDINATOR
renoy. 2 pool, 8b285K. to900 racnres ing, Entertainment, Tkin
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offered for sale In OEa c OSMOKERS. gar. 1800sf, scrnd Jlvidualtosnare 3 2 i o.a rd e
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St.JonGreat investment prop S115Omo. 276-6446 burg. $500 (irn ui, t successes, envoy net
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MONTREUX, gated, pool Orange-PK/Fem Isl New Bonus* sensation skiers aricu
lux 3/3+gar end unit SOUTHSIDE Professional late wnth divers e
TIMBERLAND SALE fitness, indoor gym, no 2671 Tuscany Glen Dr. fern to share 2/2 Apt. 0wner perare
FRUIT COVE pet. $1100mo+de. off ColeeS. 1300m Pool/Gym. 9047 0 to s roupsrequired.
Absolutely beautiful on Quaity timberand in, lease/urchase opton.o o to.$1 626-42009$0000 Sign on Bonus* esuies
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$700 deposit. 298-3120 w/Microwave & Refrig! 8.01 Safety onus 257997.
L- S. Johns County. Twn Low Daily/Wkly Rates! -8.02'Service Bonus
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please c all ooo fenced yard,57car ONERFINANCG 515 meSpace natlonofairworthinessofpartsandaircraft, andcon-
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3400 Apartments Meggs 904.234.3652. All new 4/2, 1750sf, new extensive and directly applicable experience may qualify
40 Furnished ARLINGTON 3/2.5 Twnhm pool comm, $1675mo. ARLINGTON/WESTSIDE for consideration in ieu of degree. Candidate must pos-
e m. Dn. 291-8311Q ____f_____h sess a valid FAA A & P License. Must have ability to
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$139 -7 DAY STAY ARLINGTON -ea. Lage DW 1 acre 2312 Mar- John Turner Butler Email: careers@ctc.com or
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R405 UApartments $1400dep. Call 472- 7314 TARA WOODS 3/2 $1295
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735 Restaurants/
F3 Bl Hotels

*DANCERS DANCERS *
Hiring dancers,
bartenders, waitresses,
security.
FLASHDANCERS
Westside's newest club
2003 Blanding Blvd.
Call 389-8273
DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train. AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399 1110

DANCERS *
Bartender, Waitstaff
Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
(904) 247-4322
WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641.5033
Waitstaff, Cook
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399 1110

740 Retail
RETAIL SALES
Full Time/Part for Day
by Day Calanders at
the Prime Outlet in St.
Augustine. Call for
Interview 386-379-0566;
or 3 8 6- 258 -5791;
904 449-4174

750 Technical/
Engineering

Naval Architect
GS-871-12
($62,291. $80,975)
Closing date:10/18/06
Apply on-line
https://chart.donhr.navy.mil
Announcement No.
SE6.- 0871-12- MZ428047- DE
Responsible for repair/
maintenance of US
Navy ships
Structures/Stability/
Preservation/Docking/'
Cofferdams
Southeast Regional
Maintenance Center,
Mayport FL
Equal Employment
Opportunity Employer

753 Security
ARMED SECURITY
GUARDS
with D & G lic.
Up to $10/hr. Full time.
Call 378-3470
*u ccJ ssil bac'kr] o;nd d w
Needed FTJackonville
area $10/hr
407-908-4803

SECURITY OFFICERS
FT 6:30A. 5:30P JIA AREA M- F
7 Positions; US Citizens;
Clear Background a Must;
Excilent Hriy Wage; Apply:
River City Security Services,
Inc. 3728 Phiilps Hwy; Ste
#213; Jax, FL 32207

755 Miscellaneous
Drivers
Guards
Messengers
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
VFull Medical/Dental Pkg
SCompany Matching 401k
Tuition Reimbursement
SPaid Vacation
Time & half for 40+ hrs
- Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
-Successful Polygraph
examination +
*Successful background
investigation
- Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.
LIGHT MAINTENANCE
FT/PT military e> per.
ence preferred Ortega
Church/Day Schoci can
Nick 387-8754 x235
PET CARE SPECIALIST /
ASST MGR TRAINEE
Must be friendly &
dependable. FT.
Pet World, 262-4646



TPC Sawgrass in Ponte
Vedra is hiring F/T
Equipment Operators in
the Golf Course Main-
tenance Dept. Prior
experience is not
required. Must be at
least 18 yrs old. For
more info, call
273-3248. Hourly rate +
over time,
medical/dental/life and
much more. DFW/EOE
VEHICLE YARD PERSON
REMOVE / INVENTORY
PROPERTY, FILL OUT
CONDITION REPORTS.
REQUIRES HIGH SCHL
GRADUATE, GOOD DRV
RECORD, GOOD HAND-
WRITING SKILLS.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL
DETAIL ORIENTED
WILL TRAIN.
BENEFITS. WESTSIDE
CONTACT DIANE
904-772-8016R



24HR CHILD CARE: Avail
in my hm. Over night/
weekends too. Pool,
play rooms, game Sys-
tem Debbie 276-3125
4 In-home daycare
T on base has
S s openings for
t infants and tod-
dlers. Please call
912-576-4112





SCREEN REPAIR
Enclosures*Rooms*Rescreen
Work guaranteed* Lic & Ins



BEST MASSAGE & FACIAL
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
into Timber Run. Marisa









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aAIR CONDITIONER
Window model.
13,000 BTU. Like
new. $125. 269-2152.
/ COFFEE BREWER
Bunn Twin, Airpot,
I 220v, $875 or best
offer. Robert
904-213.6536


AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/OfIce
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Furnituem/Household
Garage Sales
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a COFFEE MAKER
Black and Decker
S pacemaker, 12
,cup, white. Set on
counter or mount under
cabinet. $15. 268-2482
4 GE Washing
T Machine $125,
SMaytag dryer $125
/ Deal! Both for
$200! Call 912-729- 7982
REFRIGERATOR,
Whirlpool, side by side,
S/S, w/wtr & ice maker
in door. (Top of the line)
3yrs old. $975obo.
733.0490 or 636- 5009
REFRIGERATOR
Whirlpool 21CF, Ice
ILmaker, ex cond.
S$95. 269-2152.
W/D-Kenmore, cream,
Irg capacity $100 EACH
Free delivery. 396-7973
4 WASHER/DRYER
SSET Kenmore, 2 yrs
k[lold $400. Call Scott
757-403-8205
1 Washer and Dryer
Front loading,
SI stackable excel-
S lent condition,
manuals Included
$300 860-5948
/ Washer and Dryer
for sale, excellent
condition asking
t $350 434-2759 or
434-2533 $200 if
sold separate



A Heck of a Price
Conference table $199
Workstations $299 each.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400



4 u PEACOAT
SI 44 long. Like new.
kL/ $20.744-5830.








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advertisements
in the s
Merchandise a
section of the
Classifieds

STAMP COLLECTIONS
Postcards & Covers Needed.
As I rebuild my collection.
No Dealers Please. 716- 5255



/ LAPTOP COM
/ PUTER, Toshiba
2595 XDVD, carry
Sing case, cordless
mouse, inc serial port
bus, new battery, $250
080. 882-1052



4 Sony Flat Screen
T V 32"-Wega dual
Stuner, PIP, paren-
tal control, wire-
less headphones. $399
call 912-882-5865
SSURROUND SOUND
SNew 5.1 AM/FM
wI with subwoofer.
Still I in box.
$300firm. 1000 watts
total p owe r.
912-S82-4168,
912-552-3873.



B. Langston's Presents
Attn Decorators house
full of furn, DR. BR, sofa
& chair sets galore.
Porcelain, china, art,
jewelry, coil, etc. House
for Sale. 8037 Sable Crk
Dr E. off Argyle Forest
Blvd. 3rd right past
MC Donalds Wed. 4-7;
Thur./Frl. 10- 5.
www.blangston.com

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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/
iarr Can del. 391-0015
BED $350 B- au-irul rne .'.
emo- pedir: r.ET.I b.-:,.
-5. mrrt in u.,1 .-':,. 10^r
..arr j6-52ai cran aoe.-
BED S395 ,.Io ,..-:-..d
cnerr sleih g Eea ..'
mart. box. RE Lail 1950.
858-9350 Can deliver
4 BEDROOM: Solid
I Rosewood; king
<|'headboard, 2 night
stands, triple
dresser, mirror, chest.
A magnificent steal at
$2000. 241-6170.
SBUNK BED w/full
Size bottom, twin
kilsize top and new
mattresses. Call
912-882-1360.$190
a Bunkbed Set-Two
T mattress full lin-
ens, matching
spreads and desk.
$450 obo call
904-291-3450


Security Officers
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Come to work for a nationally recognized
leader in security and safety
that puts employees first!.
GREAT Work Environment in
Fernandina Beach
$10.00
(after Training)
FT/ PT, Weekly Pay, Full Benefits,
Retirement Plan w/ company contribution
Please call our 24hour job hotline
TODAY
(877) 449-7631
Day & Zimmermann
Security Services
M/F/D/V/EOE


4S Queen size bed-
S room set head
boardfoot board,
dresser, mirror,
nightstand, oak asking
$750 AlP call 491-7996
RECLINERS LAZY BOY
His &hers brown leather
$600 for both. 292-9105
SOFA LAZY BOY DENIM
Sleeper sofa, $500 like
new 904-292-9105
SDing room table,
T 6 chairs w/hutch.
S solid wood $250
262- 6794
s Dining room table
Swith our chairs,
Coffee table with
ca end tables,
Entertainment
center and floor lamps.
Call 868-3930
o Elegant sofa and
loveseat $400 neg.
S 337-255-4451 ask
for Sarah
caJunturners@aol.com
pics available upon
request.
4 END TABLES and
coffee table, Honey
Oak Oval. $100/set
OBO. 729-7218 Iv msg
4 Entertainment cen
ter $200. Rocker
tL recliner, worn but
plenty of use left,
$50. Moving, must sell.
Call 221-7456.
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)6740405
4 PORCELAIN Cast
iron sinks (2),
JVdouble basins $40
H ea. Student school
desk $25. Call
904-821-7670
i Rocker recliner
T green excellent
S condition from
sale smoke free home. 5
years old $75 call
home 912-576-5540
912-674-4453 cell
/. Sleeper sofa, great
r condition $10.
4roo, Call 860-5948
4/, SLEEPER SOFA
SQueen sleeper In
|I exc cond, $150. Call
757-403-8205.
0 Sofa Lane reclln-
T ing very nice
S leathergood con-
L edition $499,
matching swivel rocker
recliner $250 call
912-882.5865
SOFA -loveseat & Lazy
boy reclIner, $450 obo.
Call 519-0529
/ Twin bed with
Sheadboardtwo
SI dressers, mirror,
/ desk two bed
rails. $8A00 obo call
904-272-7493
& UBA TUBA GRAN
SITE, 1 inch black
Sw/pearl, approx 60 sf,
4 ideal for kit or bath,
already polished, 249-9122
SWhite storage
4 furniture, white
coffee stand, 1/4
k carat size 7 sol-
itare ring. Excellent
Condition moving must
sell AlP call 491-7996
4 MOVING SALE:
SBunk beds, head
[ j/board, patio furni
.* ture, computers,
teak couch, step chest.
Prices neg. Great condi
tion. 282-8665.



Argyle Forrest 9268
Hawks Run Ln. Sat. 8-2
HUGE sale to benefit
Student Nurses Assoc.
Lots of items, some-
thing for everyone.
ARLINGTON -moving
sale, Sat 9-2. 5230 River
Park Dr. (Univ Prk Subd)
EARL PORT OF JAX PILOT
CLUB FUND-RAISER. Sat
8:30. Corner of Monu-
ment Rd. & McCormick
Household items, furn,
clothing, books, etc!
Fleming Island Fleming-
brook Community Yard
Sale! Sat., 10/7, 8.- 12N.
Off of Pine Ave.
S Garage Sale
T 10/13,10/144
S families 10827
1 Wahine Dr. all
kinds of Items. 7-.2 off
St. Johns Bluff between
Atlantic/Beach
T. Garage Sale 9/29,
S9/304 families
S10827 Wahine Dr.
all kinds of items.
7-.2 off St. Johns Bluff
between
Atlantic/Beach
Garage Sale 9/29,
9/304 families.
0 10827 Wahine Dr.
All kinds of items
7-2 off St. Johns Bluff,
between
Atlantic/Beach.
Green Cove Springs
Russel Oaks Sub. 3185
Chads Ct. Nice Furn
/Hsehoid items Sat 12-3


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Mn Kingsland moving
S sale 9/16/06 7a- p
Furniture galore.
S95 exit 6, Laurel
Island, turn left first
light, look for signs.
Mandarin, Multi Family
Thur. & Fri. 8-3; 10095
Haley Rd. Many Items!
Mandarin Moving Sale
Fri. 8-2; LR. BR, Dinette,
dishes, Fountain Gate
Condos /Craven Rd.
Cash sale only.
ORTEGA FOREST Sat 10/7
8:30a-1p, 4606 Wadham
Ln. Lots of HIH Items.
Southside Sat/Sun 10-6.
Br turn, ofc turn, com-
puter desk w/hutch, etc
10834 indies Dr N. 642 .6904
Westslde Moving Salel
Sat 10/7. 1130 Fountain
Rd. off Normany 7:30 1:30
Westside Sat 8-12
T 9/23.5666 Bryner
.1b 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 egars $7s.
J weedeater
a blower/vac gas
$50. Both in good condi.
tion call 375-9733
RIDING MOWER
Like new $1000 obo
Call 268-5776



1/4 carat size 7
T sovltare ring.
SExcellent Condi-
tion moving must




BED -Racecar bed.
blue/red twin or tod
dier, $206. 743-3347



4 Craftsmen tools
t a for sale
plain/band saw,
radial arm saw,
chop saw, sander. Call
904- 588- 8471/751 6776



/ CRUTCHES
TWooden, adjust
able. One pair for
tali l people, one
pair for shorter. Like
new. Each pair $5.
268-2482.



t 8 ft. Air Hockey
T table electronic
scoring has all
needed accesso-
ries plus extras. Rarely
used paid $550 new
asking $350 obo.
8 ft. Air Hockey
S' table, electronic
S scoring has all
needed accesso-
ries plus extras.
Rarely used paid $550
new, asking $350 obo.
Call 912-576-4996
.4 8 ft. Pool Table
Black an chrome
S with red felt. Slate
top many extras 2
yrs. old rarely used
$1800 obo.
4 AIR HOCKEY TABLE
I regulation size,
u Harvard New Motor.
New $200 for $75 obo.
912-673-7285
/ Basketballpor-
Stable hoop, Futon
Stwin/full size
bunkbed black
frame Weight set
system $60 each.
Available 517pro
642.3830
SBBQ STOVE/
4/ SMOKER, charcoal,
Inew Braun Fels,
t very good condi
tion w/extras. List $275.
Gar kept. $75. Call 241-1398.
4 Brought new
Machine selling
old one. Touch
Ultra 100 test
strips plus 100 lancets.
$15 good 1/31/07.
693-4452
SBunn Airpot Rack
with 3 Airpots for
Coffee brewer $75
b obo. Call
904-213-6536
SBunn Twin Airpot
S coffee brewer,
S 220V $850 obo.
tb Call 904-213-6536


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w Cabinet for OVD's,
CD's, and VHS
tapes. Woodgrain,
Lockable doors. 39
Inches high, 19
wide. $65 268. 2482
CRIB Luv Convertible
Crib w/Sea y Baby Soft
Ultra Crib Mattress.
$200.( Like new baby
never slept in It.) Also,
11 blue & yellow crib
sheets, a Winnie the
Pooh bumper pad &
head piece w/sheet & a
waterproof mattress
cover. $50. 904-502- 8001
o DISHES-n pc Corelle,
S|white w/peach. Miss
Sng one coffee cup, Inc
h8 glasses. $25
729-7218 Iv msg
a DOWN ALTERNA
STIVE COMFORTER,
, |full/queen, white.
used twice, 300
thread count, machine
wash. $30. Call 542-8205.
4 DRESSER, solid $50.
TV stand with 3
n.Idrawers $50. AC,
8000btu w/remote
$50. Rollerblades 10
men and 6-7 women $25
ea. Call 912-496-4885.
FILL DIRT CHEAP!
904- 497-9666
For Sale Yerf Dog 2
gseater go- cart
runsgreat $450
L 751-6776
SFolding blue
massage table
With head rest, in
t groat shape and is
light weight $300
obo. Call 272-7493
4 FOR SALE= Dryer
$25, Gas trimmer
Q1$30, Lawn mower
$60 self propelled.
Call 292-1040 or
338-1264
4 FREEZER- Large chest
SKenmore deep freezer
I .$ for sale excellent
condition $100.
Call 292-9130
4 GENERATOR 9-HP,
Electric start, 4500
kIwatts, new In sealed
box. List $780. Firm
$650. Call 241-1398.
4 Gone with the
S wind collector
-I plates certified in
-L original boxes.
Collector mugs
and other items
904-278-6251
4 Honda Accord
T 01. coupe, 4cyl,
auto, sunroof,
S loaded, clean. New
tires, tune-up $9500
obo. Call 912-729.8667
leave msg.
4/ Like new electric
Spatio grill $80,
Dining room table
with china cabi-
net $1500, assorted
children toys $20
249-1666
a Sofa and loveseat,
eggplant $500
i .l/ gnuChenry
entertainment
system $300,
Reclining sleeper green
sectional $400, Dresser
nightstand $200 All G.C.
674-0981
4 WASHING MACHINE,
.Ifront loader, Kenmore
Elite HE3T. Cost new,
$1200 plus. Will sell for
$749..Call 912-882-4006.
4 Wet/Dry vac.
T Craftsmen 16 gal-
| Ion, 5 1/2 HP. Long
t hose with attach-
ments. Looks and
works great$40.
268 2482
4 WORD PROCESSOR
SBrother 500, $45.
|LNordic Track, like
new $150. 771-0249
a X-Box games $5
Each, Infant swing
S$20, call 801-1641
Sor for games name
agiagill@yahoo.com


Drum Sets (150) $149Up
New 5pc & hdwr $349 300
Guitars $49Up 387 6527
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 7140141



For sale Bowflex
T select tech 220
S dumb bells call
S KIm 7782464. You
must see to believe
a Reebok Vista
treadmill with 7"
flat screen TV with
fan call Kim
778-2464
4 GOLF CART 2003
SEZ-GO, 36V, 2N1
< Flip-N-Fold seat
headlights. tail
lights, wheelcovers,
windshield. $2850 OBO.
Call 912-510-0716 or
912-674-3620.
4/ HOODED VEST,
SCUBAPRO. 0.5mm/
i2.5mm, TPF6. size
S, worn twice. $30.
Call 542-8205.


SLeft handed golf
set foremost our
series Woods one,
three, five Irons.
Three thru PW. Call
778-9167


4 POOL TABLE 8 ft,
S 1 black & chrome
w/red felt. Slate
top. Many extras.
2yrs old. Rarely used.
$1800 obo. 912-576-4996


4/ Porsche '86
white, 944 turbo,
very good con-
dition. Cardio
Cruiser by Jake barely
used video tape
included.


Workout center,
T Galaxy 5000, cast
Sstepper machine,
bands system
included $50. Call
912-674-0560 or
912-S76-2044


FL/GA Suit Westslde IncI
prkg pass In lot N. 2 tkts
side by side. $1500ea.
Dan 904-838-3199



4 125 Gallon cherry
B fish tank with
cover. You must
see to believe call
KIm 778-2464
V BOXER I
Puppies $299-uIp
Chihuahuas, Yorkies,
Golden, Doxies, Chin,
Cockers, Min Pins,
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646

BASSET HOUNDS AKC,
12weeks, HC, $300 cash
904-282-8039
BEAGLE PUPS AKC 12wks
Ch. bloodlines $250ea.
259-5342/904- 364- 8027
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPY
FOR SALE CALL TRINA
778-0724


BRITTANY PUPPIES AKC
M $300. F $350. see pics at
sprlngmeadowkennel.com
406-443-3734
Chihuahua Pups $275/up
Dachshund pups $275/up
904-219-0974
Chinese Crested AKC
hairless & powderpuffs.
Great temperaments.
$400 & up. 386- 649- 4478

Dog Run 8'x5' $55,
1 Large breed dog
I IGLOO $35 Deal!
Both for $801 Call
912-729%7982
4 FREE Kittens 8
weeks old to a
good home. Call
12.673.1277 pls
leave message.
4 Free to good home
Sone-year old
Slab/shepard mix.
S Great with chil-
dren, housetralned,
great personality.
Contact Sarah for nfo
337.255.4451 or

caluntumers@(aol.com


French Bulldog Puppies
AKC Brindle M $1000
Cream M $1200. Fawn F
$1500. 912-537-0044
Golden Retrievers AKC,
Champion bloodline 3Ms
$650. 850- 971- 5322
4, LABS, Block HD, 1
Yellow, 3 black, par
|lents of AKC champion
bloodline, 5 wks old,
$100 deposit for reserve.
Ask $350.887-9042 Iv msg.
Labs Chocolate & Yellow
AKC pups, hith papers,
shots, $600 352.427-7652
POMERANIANS Tiny CKC
Spups. S/W, vet chkd
$300/$5600. 386. 755- 2645
POODLE PUPS AKC REG
Tiny Toys
Call 904-710-4497
PUGGLES CKC fawn
clearance price $350.
912-281-5776
PUG -Male, AKC, 4mo
1st shots, HC, $400.
Call 491-1946
PUG -pups, 3 blk,
2 fawn, $500.
Call 259-6276


Rabbit cage free
standing, four
legs, good shape,
al-610_390
leave message.

RAT TERRIER PUPS UKC
2 F, 1 M. $250 Call
904-645-8535 Kim or Rob
ROTTWEILERS AKC, POP
1wks, HC 612- 805-9157
or 772-643.2912, Email:
sjacksonvllle6@aol.com
Shiba. Inu Pups. Very
nice AKC, red. Ready to
go $700. 904. 284-4130
SHIH-TZU's RULE!
AKC 3 Females. $550
Call 213.9941
Standard Poodles AKC,
Chocolate Male 9 wks.
$800 Call 813-997-4626
SUGAR GUDER breeding
pair $500/palr cage
access. lncl. 612-9112
Yorkle Pups CKC. 8 wks,
M/Fshots, $550 cash
only, 912-729-3543 or
912-322-6933


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a button. Males, AKC
shots 8 weeks $901
Firm. 859- 0872; 249 1425



ARAB MARES (2). trailer
tack on AC. Lease all for
$500/mo. 612-9112
SUGARGLIDERS
FOR SALE
$120 Call 707-3245
-Horse & Kennel Warehouse
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16 ft. Gheenee
canoe with 2
-_I fishin seat
hook-u brackets
must sell $00 Dana
$ 887-4624
(, 16 ft. Gheenee
T canoe with 2 fish-
Ing seat hook. up
brackets. Must sell
*$200 Dana 887 4624
18 ft John Boat
-. w/traller & access, as
\I)ls, needs work, $500.
Cell 887-9042 Iv msg.
S 1999 Four Winns
205 Sundowner
Switch trailer. Only
40 hours like new
tons of upgrades.
-. $19,990 contact Jhan
S 904-422-3406
- .Q For sale 2004
Honda Aquatrax
approx 24hrs. Like
1 new with trailor
$6500 obo call 714- 0649
21' Sea Chaser 140
S Suzuki GPS, VHF'
Center console
Steel prop, CD, bait
well duel batteries.
$95 838- 6562
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'T Aquatrax '04
" I brought new 2005
-d-L24 hrs. with trailer
$6200 obo. Call
.714 0649 or 534- 2701
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Sales, Service & Parts
Advance Marine 730-3332
'Authorized Nissan Service
WANTED!
Poats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
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Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1- 800 541- 6439
COACHMAN 25' 20021 TT,
sofa, queen bed, $8K.
Must see! 268-0149
Estate Sale
33' Surfside 1999 MH. Extra
Clean, Less than 37K Miles,
Need to Sell (904)714- 9939
S HOLIDAY RAMBLER
ENDEAVOR 38' 1998, 275
Cummings diesel all
leather seating, jacks, 15'
super slide, S1kmi,
$69,900. 904 728- 6418
MONACO WINDSOR 40'
'02, 350 Cummings eng,
$120,000 386-328-0105
a MONTANA, 2000,
.. 5th Wheel, 30 ft,
three slideouts,
$ excellent condition.
K PACE ARROW '84
,| Very low miles, new
vlI.tires, very clean,
~$4000. Call
912- 882- 5646. Ask for Erick.
RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
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SWINNEBAGO 37 ft,
1987, motor home.
E"J27K miles. Good
cond. Sleeps 6.
Must sell. $7000 obo.
912.882-4168 Iv msg




2005 custom
chrome, 100 C.I.
Revtec. Contact
Kevin
kevinh7881@Kcomcatnet
for pictures and Info.
S$15,000 obo. 220- 2801
-, 'U Dodge Caravan
-"/ '95burgundy,
I f automatic, power
Blocks tinted rear
windows, built in child
seats. $500 Firm
504.4277 Arlington


SGSXR-60000 '03,
14K ml., polished
lf rame, perfect
Ridcondition, gar kept.
Riding gear included.
New sprockets. $6700
-Obo, 843-568-6968
Harley Davidson
FLHT Electra Glide
l '02 8K miles,
black, one owner,
garage kept, many
accessories, lots of
chro-rme $13.00i
90.4 7,7 -28a3
Harley Davidson
V ROD "04 la,:.
v'ilth crlrtrue. AK
mileS. e ten.i-a
Sarrants e'.tr 3
etc c,:.ndti:r.,n 6 i;.',0,
ca ll ; 9 20v1
4 HARLEY DAVIDSON
F FL H T C U I LI lt r 3
2. de31aer ,=nqlrne
con-.,ers-l,:r. -5 culc
lrcn $ t .l,)i. c arli'
610 4-107 or -7 6I9J
4 Harley Softall
0 O 5-Sr.jruara.
41 tons ol u.grjd,-s
$13 '-i99 Cnt ac: Jian
904 422-.3406 or
Jhan.nlxon@navy.mll
a HONDA CBR600 '96
." Clean bike, low
\J/mlies, good condl
. tlon, extra parts.
- For more details, call
386.931-8556


Honda Goldwing 03 Red
appx 9k ml helmets incl
xcond $12,500. 993-5287
HONDA Goldwing
GLO.1100, '83, excel-
lent condition, new
tires and new front
brakes. Brown. Must
seel $3400 887-9656
KAWASAKI NINJA '05,
500cc 5000mli blue,
$4100obo. 502- 6352
4 Rancher ATV 3SO
'05 semi-auto,
with tow package,
maxis bigger
tires. $4800 or take over
payments. Ask Jerome
912. 576-9483
SSUZUKI GSXR1000
'03 4500 miles,
silver, brand new
carbon fiber full
pipe $8000 obo.
Suzuki Hayabusa
'05 700 miles, red
and black excel-
lent condtlIon
model: 1300 $9560.
Call Mr. Herbert
904 382-4622/449- 5488
Suzuki Intruder
1500 '00 new tires,
brakes, cobra
y pipes many
extras. $5000 751- 776
or 588-8471 o
YAMAHA 660 RAP
TOR, '03. New bat
tery. Runs strong &
fast. $3000 OBO.
Call 912-510 .0716 or
912-674- 3620.
4, YAMAHA Blaster, 4
| wheeler, 200 cc,
(2-stroke, new
chain, rear tires,
engine runs good, gear
shift stuck, $675 OBO.
287-5177.
Yamaha YZF60OR
'02- Exccond,
Comfortable,
S sporty, service
records available. Ask-
ing $4300 obo call
850-346-1448


aL CHROME 18 In rims
with 245/40 tires
and lugs w/Lexus
center plate. $800
obo. Matthew 755-7155.
4, New Tires on Ford
SF.150 Toyo proxes
S/T27S/70R16
S must sell $450
Dana 887-4624
SNew tires on Ford
F-150 rims. Toyo
Proxes S/T 275
70R16. Must sell
$450 Dana 887-4624
RIMS -Motegi 20" Proxes
tires, 245/35 $1200. Fits
Acura TL 743-3347
S Tire 1-new
215/75/RS15, also
Chevy Astro aluml
rim $49. Must sell
call 904-278-6251;
also 1-205/75/R15 tire.
TIRES, new on Ford
SF150 rims, Toyo Proxes
I5/T, 275/70R16. Must
sell. $450. Dana
887-4624
L TIRES ON FORD
F-150 RIMS New,
V /Toyo Proxes S/T,
275/70R16. Must
sell $450. Dana 887-4624.



Mercedes 450SL
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25K m.. 426.995
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ACURA TL '04
Blue tan. e.Ira
ltI miles $23.980u
998-0012
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-T Acura TSX
04 51-S e'. 6CC
c | f rn-mer. le air,er. C
,e,3.0VTEC. 12.'K
n,on...a. rliTe'. 30rmpg.
$16K Firmn call 3.5 3224.


AUDI A4 QUAlTRO
2005.5 Fully equip
$27,740 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
AUDI TT ROADSTER '01
Leather, 5spd, awesome
carl!! $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
BMW 3251 '03 40R, 5 spd,
black, tan leather, power,
CD, 51k, mnt cond,
$18,500. 904-287-1772
BMW 3251c Cony
'02. Prem/sport
pklg, 36K miles
$28,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 3301 '06
9 Silver premium
pkg, only $38,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 BMW 5301A '03, Sports
Spkg, Premium pkg,
43Kml, new tires, tint
e custom paint, limited
edition leather and much
more. Must see. $29,900.
904-571-4115
BUICK ACROSS 06
SExtra low miles,
fully equip. $17,990
998-0012
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BUICK LESABRE '01
Limited, leather,
extra nice!! $11,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CADILLAC DEVILLE
'04. Diamond
pearl/white, SR,
chrome wheels. $19,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY AVEO '04
Only 23k miles.
$10,495. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY AVEO LS '05
4DR, automatic, extra
cleanll $10,588 .
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY CAVALIER '03
2dr, LS, 5spd, Low miles
must seell $8488
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEWVY COLORADO LS '04
Crew cab, auto, very
sharp!! $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY COBALT LS
T COUPE '06, 5 spd,
Customize, 5900 ml.
$12,200. 912-882-4137.
4 Chevy Impala '04
T 38K miles, 6 cyl,
auto, tint, new
tires great cond.
$10,995 call
272-0631
CHRYSLER PT CRUISER '03
Low miles, auto,
must seel! $9988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER 300M SPEC '02
sunroof, leather,
like new!! $14,788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
DODGE CALIBER '07
3K MilesGotta see
this one!! $17,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Dodge Charger
Daytona '06 yel-
low, tinted win-
dows, all power,
Sirius lifetime
.ubs.cript, rrn t ear
t,. rrants 7'
4-3 223 7099
DODGE CHARGER
Daytona 2006, 1e
4 P I.'. tntee r.iln.
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,on .r '.arrini 7
333 223 709n
DODGE HEMI
CHARGER '06.
Leatner. CID. saie
rinouiani $?5.995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE Neon '99, J
Door. vSnte. Sun
|Jrooif $2995 c-.b.
610 9287
DODGE STRATUS SXT '05
Au['t 3ll pover.
like new" 12.5tl
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
F. FORD FESTIVAL '88

FORD MUSTANG GT
f '05. Onli 2600
Miles. $25,670
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG, "02.
":8' T ,'F,. Full, l.-*5.lE.l
F RV 7 m .H.Ch:l (.:r,
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TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG GT 03

TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD MUSTANG CONVT '00
vr,,[- ui 1. lul't a i e. '
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-46T77
FORD MUSTANG CONVT 95
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SE 03 .6
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD TAURUS SEL '02
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ACCORD
EX '05. Leather.
CD. -zurr.ofe. Itra
Ir., mile; $21.'L 5
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


HONDA CIVIC EX -'96
115,000 miles. Moon rf.,
fuel InJ. Very good cond.
$4000 or best offer.
904-287-4223 after 4pm
HONDA CIVIC LX '02
4drauto Gotta see
this oneli $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
HONDA ELEMENT EX '03
4dr,auto, Gotta see
this onell $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
@ INFINITI G35 Coupe
'04 Pearl white/
tan, extra low mi.
$27,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(\ INFINITI FX45 '03
\ Fully equip $25,980
99-012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI QX4 '01 leather,
sunrf, low miles $14,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
INFINITI Q45T '94, moon
roof, exc.paint/running
cond. $5000. 451-3825
M) KIA OPTIMA '04
Only 15,000 miles,
fully equip. $12,840
998-0012
y MAZDA RX8 '04
S Fully equipped,
beautiful. $17,230
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Mercedes Benz
T 450 SL '74
S Cony/hardtop, red
no rust, runs good
904-542-5571
X203 or 278-6251
Mercedes C230 Sport "06
6000 miles, V6, auto 1
owner. Must sefl.
$27,900. 407-952-7780






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1550 CASSAT AVE
891-8672
387-4041
210-3004





NISSAN 350Z '03.
S 1, aO a 1 r
o I ao lACK l'aILner.
J 9 300 m. r CD
B.-se 5ounda 5,stem 6
spa. 29 mpq $21.3i0.
,aB,-,. 904. o 4-.?64 32 ,.,r
904 229'. 730
NISSAN 350Z Conv.
9)04 Tc-.urr.g Onl,
17.0 i l0 m ia G E.-4
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN 350Z CONV
05. Full. equip.
,.ni, 10.000 m;ies.
$31.665) 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Nissan Altima GXE '01
Iuoer Clean. LO Miles I
' Must See. Onl, $675 J




Nissan Frontier XE
T 02-Crew cab,
Silong bed asking
'L$9250. Please call
any lime
904-757-0338
NISSAN SENTRA "96
TOM BUSH AUTOPIEX 311-f7l
NISSAN Tilan r06
S 7 rn milit L :r.r ,.
< \ ':aoD 4-i. tn lirs 3..
,n. A, T tire -
$45.000 252 6677
O OLDS CUTLASS
H.ld ilday Coupe
\ j 1970. 350 long
lDiock. Mkunci 4
eea %, 'Hurst striner
2 DR. 25 rm .r rroda
t r iator rear sp.:.iler
Run; .ell CGreat project
car 11500 Oci. Lur-ia.:[
T,.lr : 2. | : "
PONTIAC GRAND
( PRIX'02. Full,
equ-p. only 50K mi-
$8b'81 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SPONTIAC SOLTICE
'OS. ,5ni-, B600
mrr;l. leIah.r.CD.
be-aut.Jul' $26.1E90
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


PONTIAC GRAND AM SE '01
Auto, loadedvery nicel $5988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, Porsche '86
white, 944 turbo,
Very good con-
S edition. Cardlo
Cruiser by Jake barely
used video tape
Included.




U I4-nI-l&-l-IES

'06 BMW 5251
Premium and Sport
Package
$33,859
'03 HUMMER H3
Sunroof, Leather,
DVD's
$31,859
'05 CADILLAC
STS Navigation
Sunroof Keyless
$2859
'04 TOYOTA
TACOMA
Quadcab ,SRD, AT, V6
$18,59
'05 VW BEETLE
GLS CONVERT
Turbo, leather, CD
$21,895

'05 INFINITI G35
Sport Package, CD,
Lthr, One Owner
$31,859
'06 FORD F150
Quad Cab Lariat, Lthr,
One Owner
$24,859

'02 BMW 745i
Premium Package,
CD, Leather Sunroof
$33,859
'04 FORD
EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer Leather
SR, CD
$18,859
'05 ACURA MDX
TOURING Navigation
Sunroof Leather
$29,S59

'06 BMW 325 Ci
Convert, Premium
One Owner, Recuced
$23,859
'01 AUDI S4
Sport Pkg, Sunroof
Leather, CD
$21,859
'06 MAZDA MX3
Sunroof, Leather
$13,859
'04 CADILLAC
ESCALLADE
Nvigation 3K Miles
One Owner
$58,859

'06 HONDA S2000
Leather, Bose Sound
One Owner, 3K Miles
$29,859

Brumos Porsche
Purchase from the
only Factory
Authorized
Porsche Dealer

904-725- 9155

SATURN LIO0 LS -02
hul-: I,:.;,,:,, ,', rl,h:, i-'i& '
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 311-4877
SSUBARU '04 WRX\.
TT I. 26.500 ml
1 a1P r.um silver
ires ne upgrac'ed
exnausi ita'ke inter
cooler. SIk i25t ob.:,
Canl Jlsh a 3-224 8501
.-,r 912 6'3-64-14





STOYOTA Pase '96,
l 5 CELICAspd. gre3t run01
Loader, ,:,:,d Lo
Miles, Super
dmClea ne0s 6r. s.


TOYOTA Paseo '96,


98K. $1_20,-,OG.i. 3346498
TOYOTA SOLARA
99. S5990 4 c'. I,
ut..1. 127K iT,,. cild
AC CD cru.se. Ps.
PW. POL. 904 302 6473.
4 Volkswagon Jetta
GL '03 60 aOrr -i
S|ceeo.b'13ck.
ek .rr 8.13 8531
VW SUPER BEETLE
CONV m79 Tripl,
t -,. ,r ..,- r, ,' .- ,',,
- ,C l-.l -i" e _: i',J( "J.51
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DODGE DURANGO
SLT '02. Leather,
CD, fully equipped.
$11,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


SACURA MDX'02
fo Fully equip $17,995
9798-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEW EQUINOX LT '05
Leather, Love at First
Sight!! $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHEVY SILVERADO XCAB
'04 LS all power low
miles, like new!! $15,288
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

Chevy Silverado '00
portside RED, Low Mile
Only $159mo W.A.D.
W.A.C Ask For Brian
645-3606




LT, 4+4, leather, awesome
trucks! $10,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Chevy Suburban 2500 '87
454cld 7SKorg mi tow
pgk $2400 904997- 8983
CHEVY Tahoe LT 4x4,
01, champ/tan
tfleather dual, A/c,
loaded, 69K mIles.
$14,900 OBO 962-4801.
CHEVY TAHOE LT
i04 Wht/tan DVD.
$20,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Le CHEVY TAHOE '03
Champ/tan, equip,
only 49k mi $19,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVYW TAHOE LT '05
Leather, sunroof, autorlde
Sup. $28,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877

odge Dakota SLT '0
Quad Cab, Loaded, Xtra
lean Priced to Sell $876
sk For Brian 645-36



DODGE DURANGO
'05. Only 14,000
Miles. $17,880
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012


cDodge Ram
'96-work van,
good body, needs
S motor work ask-
ing $500 obo. Call
899 2992 for appt
FORD ESCAPE '05 Limited,
leather, low miles $17,588
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Ford Explorer XLT
S miles, new MIch-
t elins, grey leather,
power everything 4.0
V6 clean. Call Brian
'779.-0607 $8000
FORD EXPLORER XLT '02 4x4,
4.0 V6, loaded, Ithr, sunrf,
CD, new tires, 63k, exc cond
D12,900 904-287-1772
FORD EXPLORER
SPORT TRAC '03
Like new, only
38,000 miles. $17,860
998-0012 .
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPLORER
XLT '03. Lthr, CD.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 FORD EXPEDITION
X '03 4x4 Eddie
Bauer, fully equip
$20,860 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD EXPLORER
Eddie Bauer '05
Lthr CD. $20,980
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
FORD EXPEDITION -'00,
4x4, Eddie Bauer,
loaded, good cond,
$7400. Call 541-2166
FORD EXPLORER '02
XLT, V6 automatic,
extra nice!! $13,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD EXPEDITION '02
Eddie Bauer, Ithr,
like newly $15,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4, FORD F150 '95, 96K
Smiles, 5 speed 6 cyl,
xl-great shape, original
owner. Very depend
able, maintained regularly.
$4000. 783- 9272 or 631- 0219.
SFord F-150 Super-
crew '01-88K
S miles, 4 door, bed
S liner, great con-
dition, asking $12,500
obo. Call Scott
904-242-8733
FORD F-SO150 '01 V6,5sp,
awesome truck!! $8788
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
FORD XCAB RANGER '01
XLT, V6. automatic,
extra nice!! $9688
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


C JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LTD '05
Onl lOKmi $24.980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y JEEP GRAND
( CHEROKEE LTD '04
4-I V8. [ully equip
:unroof. $19.890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Jeep Wrangler
S93 -lifted, 4cyl,
5spd, newer seats,
4 top alt radiator
brakes dual batteries
winch lights. $6500 obo
call 729-7171
JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA
'03,53kmi great cond,
$17,500obo. 403-5845
KIA SPORTAGE '01
Bik, 28kmi, 4WD, Manuel
$8000. 476-2940
m. Landrover
S Freelander S
S'02-AWD, auto-
4 matic, 44,000
miles, tow pack-
age Sirius AM/FM/CD,
$11,500 317-1990
291- 4190 eve, 477- 0312
cell.
MAZDA XCAB B400 '94
5800 ml, extra sharp!! $4988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877


TICKETS

Look for these
advertisements
in the
Merchandise
section of the
Classifieds




sion VAN 1'0
Loaded ,Super -
Xtra Clean, Bed'
.$8869 Ask fort
lian 645-36


CHEVW VENTURE LS '02
Loaded, Love at First
Sight!! $8988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
CHRYSLER TOWN
& COUNTRY LTD
'01. Only 48K mi.
$11,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


FORD T-BIRD -'92,
NEEDS -TLC & mech
touch $800 868-1837

To advertise
in the military
publicador. dis.
trIbuted at the
local bases in the
area,
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 366 6230





4 1999 Four Winns
205 Sundowner
with trailer. Only
40 hours like new
tons of upgrades.
$19,990 contact Jhan
904422-3406

m 2005 Custom built
motorcycle trailer
front storage,
retractable ramp.
full axle/wheels, $1300.
Contact Jhan
904-442-3406 or
jhan.nixon@navy.mil
Custom motor-
cycle trailer
5xl0ft. with rock
$0 shield, must sell!
$500 call 904,424-1352


A U TOMO TI VE DIRECTOR Y


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7;20i Blanding Blvd '7-5)0



KEY AUDI
461.101 .'.,ulh.ide Bld 54 -4000u




BENITEY ORLANDO
895, rf Ronald Reaiga Blvd
Lo'riwa.,10 dtridO -F1 39-3443



TOM BUSH BMW
985(i AIll ril,: Bid 7c-'50911



GARBER BUICK
Gree,, o ive Sl:,n,',g; 2 S,4 l'i;

KEY BUICK
46U0 i,:,ulhSid- Biad 4 t,-f.Uu



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4 ,00 ui ,de Bird .. t111.
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
9'9 Br d iil Bl.d 7 8-700

PARKERCADILLAC
T 1 l.'ul 1,, r.1 ',hu,. I) 41A4.4 '.941A
fi' i I A : 17 1 4 0!



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
1088? Prhlpi, Hwy 2f(0-777,
CREST CHEVROLET
t'l I r, Hd -, I I I

GARBER CHEVY
i,.ir .-.. r r ,..,, 42 -4 i2

GORDON CHEV
11t. i, ,-d r,] Bl .,.d ;.- '.2'

JERRY HAMM CHEV
t'I.O Phirlip Hwi; 39-1. i.
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
i11 8ach rB d ,24,d"
NIMNICHT CHEV
IiiC a A',e A8- -104 I



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER


CARUSO CHRYSLER
1 i .,) c.uhi,d- Blvd 7,S l'1i0

FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
lI Well, Rd 269 li'13

GARBER CHRYSLER
Cn Co Se prnn,. -',4. 41.

MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
17 '6(, C i-talA :189-7792

RICK KEFFER
I L E,,'i Fern Brh





ATLANTIC DODGE
.-?i US1 ":,ulh .-1,4421

JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE


GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Gt In i. 'pr,',,. -'.4-l .2'4It1

ORANGE PARK DODGE
II'0 d,', Blvd ,W.5 )

RICK KEFFER
P .. ,r ,P1 P H


BOARD FORD
S1 Auuslin.-e 35-i 9 -
Fl:rdas c, uperD- O .,lotuaner
PAUL CLARK

FORD-MERCURY
I 95 i Eit 129h ul9 -l 225-'767
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
CiLr rn Cv.'ve S.prini, 2.--4 1.02
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
111720 Philipp. Ho/y 904-292-33 '
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
9ir. AllaInic Blvd 225' ,LI
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
-70i0 Slanding Bl,.d 77-:," .6
g Jd ;ll I


NIMNICHT POiNTAC-GMC
1ii Phiripir ., Hay 8:.. 2.r
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9'-01 Alantl Blid ;:2'4-.j11
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Gr ,'i '.':,e Spr,,ng 2;'q 450.2



COGGI HONDA ON ArLANiC
I1101) Illi'i B11 d f i t -1BLvd
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2869t US Hv yw, I1-SoU-V.168l
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES

LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
1' I. l Bi,,,,. Bi d -i-.'tB;



HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
lui biradirnr Bl.,d '.iq 0('1O
KEY HYUNDAI
4 ,6 ,,uir,id. Bi, B, -.42. ,oill


ATIL.ANTIC INFINIm
0980i Atr,-,i,,: Bi.ld t4'.Ll'00



10 5llnw: Rl., '. 8 111
ww'v n itvy ul-)n'nAinl ,' n


MATHENY JAGUAR
Il.11 Ailantic Blvd 15600


ATLANTIC JEEP
130 US i Scuir, K54-4421
CARUSO JEEP
I',I 'i.:,uh-:idi- Bl',d .E'l 0 a 7 7

FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
llt Well- Rd .'1-.103)1
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
17i:C6 C i AvRe ').- 792
RICK KEFFER
E-',E, '1" F ,- R :r,i L. 6--:'';'j-!4



COGGIN KIA
9401 A IRllA Bld K '.-i11)
RAY CARTER KIA


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 ATiani: B.r d 14-'. ,o0



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10b '. Atlliic Bl 2d ,1-5000c


NORTh FLORiA UNMCO lME Y
4l2'0 .iuS de Bil ;'-4I01:1
GRIFFIN UNCOLN MERCURY
4-4 Blarindingrt ild u 77 I".i000



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE

l I H BLAi.HEL IU bv 9-V



TOM BUSH MAZDA
9 rlla l: Bi ld .'.1.-l41!

MAZDA CITY





BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
1i iu nt1 Aiia7r: Bij 724.1O10JO



TOM BUSH MINI
c6' Airii,. B,,1 2 -' '1:1911



CITY MITSUBISHI
at the AVENUES
1'. Pi ulli. ,: i- -'hii:-':'
I'. n? L ulT nTnIln "i.'le T
CITY MITSUBISHI
Iv :. All.ini: Bll.I `;..'4 9


CITY MITSUBISHI
ofORANGE PARK

sW ', i uiiiiju liTi,'rlv L0ITI



COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIlC
I11i:,1"1i ,1" 1 'h ,: i ,4 -i900(I

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
li1'iF, hlip'l Hui 8'3 311(l(

MKESHMDSSANIOFJAX

PARKER NISSAN
&iSUS I S.:,i iAugc Ii-41*mSli
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
15' i. Well Rd :'69-9400



COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
S-01 AiI.n,,: 81I.1 2 )11:1

GARBER PONT1AC


NIMNICHT PONTIAC GMC
1l ji i Pt1lips Hwy ,4- I.



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC,
111)(1 AilAirlC Bi l'd 7:' .,9"1



ROLLS ROYCE ORLANDO
L9 0,,id RFM, B4 d
LH,,,,w il n d,:,ud, ,d F1 40.' i(^*.44


SATURN OF AVENUES
11.k tPhihpr;i H y : '-1-5
SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
!1Wif, B ilr I d. i, 8 iOi,

SATURN OF REGENCY
8,0I Allar : Bld 725-8i01





KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1 C aI, l 89- 700

CI1Y SUZUKI
-1-s.Alldii, Bia d 998 8 -8-111
M', IT'oi3iL,)iTirait,V '.:.:'ri




ARUNGTON TOYOTA
l0' i Atl nii : Blard i30i'-t.
COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
110C.4 Prhlip. Hwo y 2'-0:3 8

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6v,01 iuney-rnirif c rcle 7- 191010

UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
'9'. U S 1 Souiri Au,
8102) or 2 4-8.8 8 8C00

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1I :'CO .,, lA-v 89-41561




VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Roadll : 26a

O'STEEN VW
'.Phlp.H '.s l
TOM BUSH VW
5 i8', Ailanil: Bid 2-09



O'STEEN VOLVO'
t s fti,,ps H-i- i9-$49




PROFESSIONAL

AUTO LEASING


BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
v tI-a Chrlj',l ulT:.r-i i- Ti:CT
s'i Ba,: r, lvd 7'4. j 1
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Alarii,i Blvd 7.4-1080

DRIVE TICKET
w/w dnvillC-lI tlcom
6'0m1 Allarli.: Blvd 42c-4lj01

Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
1(184 Ail3ri,l: Blvd 998-il012

Tom Bush BMW
_9'y lIAliil:,r.: Blvd 1-4181

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atiarli Blvd :"1 .418-

I.P. AUTO SALES
w E.' 6 FTilp- Hi ,, i74N 9
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
i &4W9 I


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DODGE GRAND CARAVAN
'06 9000 miles, extra
cleanll $16,988
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
A FORD E150 Conver
t Ision Van,_runs
S great, cold AC new
ifres. $1500 firm.
Call 233-7782.

HONDA ODYSSEY EXL '02
DVD, Pwr drs, Lthr
$11,9000BO, 904.583-1009

HONDA ODYSSEY EXL '02
DVD, Pwr drs, Lthr
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