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City Holds Drill
Navy Participates In Special Training
Page 5


A look At FACSFAC
Keeping Watch Of Air/Sea Space
Pages 8-9


Celebrating 30
Chavis Recognized For Service
Page 10


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2006

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New law puts cap on




payday loan interest


By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor


A major battle against payday lenders '"
who prey on military service mem-
bers was won last week when
President George W. Bush signed the
2007 National Defense Authoriza-
tion Act which includes a new law
that caps payday loan interest
rates at an annual rate of 36 per-
cent for military members and :,
their family members.
The new law also requires pay- :
day lenders to disclose certain loan
information and limits lenders' abil-
ity to automatically rollover loans. \
All service charges, fees, renewal
charges and premiums are included in
the 36 percent rate.
"I am thrilled to see Congress take the lead in
passing legislation aimed at lenders who were target-
ing members of the military with high cost loans that were
deceptively and aggressively marketed," said Lynn
Drysdale, a consumer attorney with Jacksonville Legal
Aid. 'These lenders were providing loans that were impos-
sible to repay and then engaging in illegal and oppressive
practices in collecting these loans. Lenders were abusing
the Uniform Code of Military Justice in effort to extort
money from members of the military who have and are
giving so much to their country .and deserve to be treated
better. I hope that this is just a start in looking into simi-
lar abusive products and practices."
Drysdale has been instrumental in advocating against
the outrageous interest rates payday loan companies
charge local military members. She recently testified
before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing &


Urban Affairs in Washington, DC a few
S, ~ weeks before Congress voted on the bill.
She is a leading consumer advocate on
this issue and has sued several local
payday loan companies preying on mili-
tary members.
Prior to the law being enacted, one
payday lender changed their policy
and no longer provides payday loans
to military members.
"Advance America, Cash Advance
Centers recently stopped offering
loans to military members, but
there are thousands more that
haven't," said NAS Jax Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Director Dave Faraldo. "The
growth of payday lenders has been phe-
nomenal. In 1994, one of my caseworkers
came to me and said I have a client here who
is telling me they are being charged 400 percent
interest rate. We didn't think this could be possible,
but when we looked into it, it was possible. At that time, if
you went on the Internet you would get about 1,500 hits.
Today, it's 13 million. Today payday lenders have more
businesses than McDonalds and Burger King combined. I
think there are about 2,000 in the State of Florida."
"Payday lenders are easily assessable. They advertise in
Navy Times, on TV and on the Internet. They make it look
very attractive to get a loan instant cash, no credit check,
99 percent approval rate. What they don't tell you is that
the interest rate is 365 percent," added Faraldo.
"The core problem of the payday industry is that they
require repayment of their loans in two to four weeks. It's
costs them the same to process the loan whether the re-
See LOAN LAW, Page 13


Photos by Frank Taormina
Commander, Fleet Readiness Center Capt. John Scanlan II and Fleet Readiness Center Command Master Chief AFCM Richard
Grace unfurl the Fleet Readiness Center's new flag.

Naval Air Depot Jacksonville transitions


to Fleet Readiness Center Southeast


By Frank Taormina
FRCSE Public Affairs Specialist
On Oct. 20, Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers
(COMFRC) held a ceremony to stand-up Fleet
Readiness Center, Southeast (FRCSE) aboard NAS
Jacksonville. In transitioning to FRCSE, the former
Naval Air Depot Jacksonville has completed its most sig-
nificant change in the 66 years it has been doing business.
Becoming a Fleet Readiness Center (FRC) is more than
just a name change. The stand-up has established a part-
nership of aviation maintenance teams which includes
intermediate-level technicians and depot-level artisans.
"We are embarking on the most significant and aggres-


sive transformation in naval aviation maintenance in
decades," said COMFRC Commander Rear Adm. Michael
Hardee. "Partnering up our military and civilian main-
tainers to create these centers creates the kind of "all
star" team naval aviation needs for greater efficiency,
agility, and velocity of operations."
FRCSE includes aviation maintenance detachments at
NAS Jacksonville, NS Mayport and NAS Key West. NAS
Brunswick, Maine, which is slated to close, will also
merge its aviation maintenance detachment with FRCSE
as Brunswick's air wing relocates to Jacksonville. In addi-
tion, private sector partners are bringing additional work-


See FRSCE, Page 16


at NAS Jacksonville at a previous air show. They will perform
this weekend at the 2006 NAS ax Air Show.
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In 1946, they performed their first air show and have
conat NAS Jacksonville at a previos aiof spetators every will year. For
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U.S. Army Special Operations Command Black
Daggers Parachute Team
Manfred Radius Salto Sail Plane
"Sizzlin Liz" in the P-51
See AIR SHOW, Page 13


Third 'Boss' of Blues

comes to air show

ByMC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
Spectators and performers at the 2006 NAS
Jacksonville Air Show will witness history in the
making when retired Navy Cmdr. Raleigh "Dusty"
Rhodes, the third commanding officer of the Blue Angels
(1947-1950) returns to Jacksonville this week.
Rhodes, a World War II
hero and a former prisoner
of war (POW) will be the ,
guest of honor at the 60th o
anniversary celebration of
"Jacksonville holds a very
was a cadet' here and I also
joined and flew with the
Blues here," Rhodes said,-
enthusiastically. "A lot has
changed about the little
town with just two bridges
that I once knew, but it is a
very special place for meFle photo
and I am thrilled to be part Cmdr. R.E. "Dusty" Ri ho-


effort to seizasie Guadalcanal. He was captured and
this e a See DUSTY, Page 4


TOUCHING
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facilitate the NAS J
Please use caution
and expect delays.


iffic patterns to change


patterns at NAS Jacksonville will be altered to
acksonville Air Show starting tomorrow.
when entering and exiting the installation


Time changes Sunday

Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour Sunday morning at
2 a.m. as we switch to standard time. The NAS Jax Fire
Prevention Division would also like to remind everyone to also
change your smoke alarm batteries when you change your clocks.


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NAS Jacksonville
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Hometown: Britton. S.D.

Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: USS Gettysburg

Career Plans: I plan to complete my college
degree.

Most Interesting Experience: Six
months of drug operations as a search and
rescue swimmer on my last ship.

Words of Wisdom: Go Navy!


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SUNDAY SERVICES

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






NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor MC1 (SW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The Jin AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
Military Services. Contents of the IAXAil NEWS do not necessarily reflect
the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
ance of advertising in this publication, including inserts or supple-
ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
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religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap,
political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-
tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and-photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to jaxairnews@comcast.net.
The deadline for classified submissions is noon Monday. Questions or
comments can be directed to the editor. The lJAlx NEms can be reached at
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NAS Jax Information
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Hometown: All over
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Family Life: I have three children and three
grandchildren.

Past Duty Stations: Jacksonville since
1993.

Career Plans: To become a certified
accountant with a background in bookkeeping.

Most Interesting Experience: Replacing
the transmission in a small car while I was
pregnant.

Words of Wisdom: You've got to do what
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DUSTY: Third Blues boss coming back

to town for 60th Anniversary celebration


From Page 1

remained a POW at various
Japanese camps for three
years. During this time,
according to his biographi-
cal book From POW to
Blue Angel: The Story of
Commander Dusty Rhodes
- he endured unthinkable
acts of brutality and credits
his "indomitable optimism"
to his survival.
He was interrogated,
treated inhumanely and
endured torture, starvation
and isolation. He lost 67
pounds, shrinking him to a
meager 88 pounds. "It was
pretty grim," he quietly
recalled.
During captivity, Japa-
nese Adm. Isoroku Yama-
mato personally interrogat-
ed him. "There were two of
us. They took us to Truk
Island where Yamamato
questioned us individually,"
he said. "I remember going
over any and all possible
questions with my comrade
that may be asked to mini-
mize the risk of revealing
any useful information."
Rhodes remained in Jap-
anese custody for three
years until he and his fel-
low POW's escaped from
the camp and seized a train
that took them to Tokyo.
Dodging hospitalization
that would delay his return
to America, he found aid
from a sympathetic skipper
who made arrangements for
Rhodes to get back home
with the first group of
POW's that were flying out.
After his return to the
United States, there was
an amazing new flight
demonstration team known
as the Blue Angels, which
had just recently been
established by the Chief of
Naval Operations Adm.
Chester Nimitz.
Nimitz gave full direction.
to Capt. Roy "Butch" Voris,
to comprise a team of fight-
er pilots that would serve as
the Navy's flight demonstra-
tion team.
"The first time I saw the
Blues perform was in
Jacksonville. I thought to
myself that I would have
loved to do the same.kind of
thing if the opportunity ever
arose and I said as much to
Butch over a cup of coffee
following the show," Rhodes
stated.
In 1947, Voris extended
an invitation for. Rhodes to
join the team. "When Dusty
was a young Navy ensign, I
saw him as a level-headed,
aggressive, fighter pilot.
With unending purpose, he
survived the degrading
depths of prison life. It was
now his turn to ascend to
the heights of leadership of
the world's top military
flight demonstration team.
From POW to Blue Angel,
he sets a living example of
personal strength and
resiliency in a young naval
officer, a mantle he proudly
and justly wears to this
date," said Voris.
"Before I knew it, I had
orders to the Blue Angels,"
Rhodes added enthusiasti-
cally.
As his destiny unfolded,
it became more clear that
he was born to fly and
enhance the future of
America's flying aces.
Rhodes was with the
Blues from 1947-1950.
During this time, the famed
squadron made the transi-
tion from the propeller-
driven F-8F Bearcat to the
F-9F Panther jet fighters.
Rhodes played a pivotal
role in the development of
the most famous aerobatics
team ever formed.
"Formation flying was
something new to everyone
and there wasn't anything
like that going on around
then at that particular
time. At any of the air
shows, most of the partici-
pants were solo, acrobatics
and so forth. We were the


first outfit to fly formations
and these various types of
aerial maneuvers," noted
Rhodes.
This was also the era in
which the Blues found fame
with the debut of their
trademark diamond forma-
tion and barrel roll, which
was designed and perfected
under his dynamic leader-
ship.


( ( When Dusty was a young Navy ensign, I
saw him as a level-headed, aggressive, fight-
er pilot. With unending purpose, he sur-
vived the degrading depths of prison life. It was
now his turn to ascend to the heights of lead-
ership of the world's top military flight demon-
stration team. From POW to Blue Angel, he
sets a living example of personal strength and
resiliency in a young naval officer, a mantle he
proudly and justly wears to this date."
-Roy M. "Butch" Voris


He was the team's "Boss"
from 1948 to 1950. And in
1949, he and Virginia Por-
ter, an illustrator assigned
to Naval Air Advanced
Training Command, de-
signed the official Blue
Angels insignia and patch.
When asked how he felt
about being known as a leg-
end in naval history,
Rhodes humbly replied, "It
was a thrilling existence at
the time. I can't speak for
the guys today, but I am
sure they probably feel the
same way. It was an exhil-
arating part of my life and I
enjoyed every single
minute of it."
His tour following the
Blues included honorable
and brave service in the
Korean War where he flew
47 combat missions in the


F-9F Panther of VF-112 on
board USS Philippine Sea.
He served as the squad-
ron's executive officer, later
becoming its commanding
officer. Rhodes continued
his distinguished naval
career and retired in 1961.
For the next 32 years, the
naval hero continued to
serve his country as a proj-
ect planner with Lockheed
Martin.
In a recent article, Cmdr.
Stephen Foley, the Blue
Angel's current command-
ing officer, made a com-
ment about the Blues. "The
purpose of the Blue Angels
is to stir the patriotism
locked away in the hearts
of all Americans," said
Foley,
"To encourage in the
young men and women of


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Members of the 1948 NavlFlight Exhibition team walk away from their planes after practicing an
exhibition drill. The five mn who make up the quintet included, left to right, Lt. Robert Thilen, Lt.
Charles Knight, Lt. Cmdr. bbert Clarke, Cmdr. R.E. (Dusty) Rhodes, and Lt. j.g. W.C. May.
this country the belief hat NAS Jacksonville Histo- an aviation cadet and
they can attain anything rian Ron Williamson feels learned to fly, since he left
they may dream of andhat that Rhodes' visit to NAS with the Blue Angels in
through training, dsci- Jacksonville during Blues 1950. The remarkable
pline, and hard work,;hat 60th Anniversary Celebra- achievements he has
they may glean the skis to tion will make this year's accomplished not only with
realize their aspiration." air show a memorable one. the Blue Angels, but with
After reading Foey's "We are extremely his entire naval and civil-
comments, Rhodes respnd- pleased that Dusty Rhodes ian career should be a
ed, "It's so true. Ie is is visiting the station for source of pride for anyone
absolutely right. Tha'was the 60th Anniversary Air who gets the opportunity to
the Blue's purpose frol the Show as our VIP guest," meet him this weekend."
very first day. The ;ung said Williamson. Rhodes, 88, resides in
people of America a, our "He has not been back to San Jose, Calif. with his
future." this station, where he was wife, Pauline.
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Sailors participate in Jacksonville WMD drill Jacksonville USOtohost


By MC(SW9 Bill Lamed
Special Contributor
The City of Jacksonville's
Emergency Preparedness
Division executed a ter-
rorism disaster drill at
'Jacksonville International
Airport (JIA) Oct. 18.
Hundreds of volunteers, in
addition to federal, state,
regional and local emergency
responders combined efforts to
carry out the exercise's objec-
tives. The primary purpose of
the event was explained by
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) special
agent Dominick Pape.
"We intend to examine the
quality of communication skills
,between cooperating agencies
and to evaluate whether those
agencies can communicate
their needs to one another,"
Pape said.
Shortly after 9 a.m., on JIA's
cargo four runway, a plane
became engulfed in flames,
simulating a nitrate and fuel
oil explosion. Dozens of rescue
vehicles and police cruisers
swarmed the tarmac.
Firefighters, dressed out in full
gear, scrambled to help the
wounded passengers, racing to
treat "victims" painted with
realistic make-up that revealed
garish bloody lacerations and
burns. Lying in sprawled posi-
tions on the ground, the afflict-
ed groaned and shouted for
help, acting in roles practiced
during careful hours of training
in their individual communi-
ties and commands.
Among the victims was
HM2(AW) Antoinette Wilson
from Navy Medicine Support
Command. "I participated as a
victim suffering from a sepa-
rated vertebra as a result of
the explosion," Wilson said.
She wore a bloodied T-shirt
with Plaster-of-Paris effects on
her back.
"The event coordinators
closely monitored what we
wore and how we reacted
immediately following the
plane's demise. Participating in
this drill was intense," Wilson
remarked.


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A mock-up plane ignites in a fiery burst on Jacksonville International Airport's cargo runway No. 4. The
blast simulated a fuel oil and nitrate explosion.


Each injured person wore a
plastic case around his or her
neck. Inside were detailed doc-
uments describing injuries to
assist emergency personnel.
SK2(SW/AW) Evelyn Hadley
from Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility Jax also
acted as a victim. Shortly after
the explosion, she was trans-
ported downtown to St.
Vincent's Hospital. She was
treated for a scalp laceration,
burns on her arms and hands,
leg injuries and loss of hearing.
"I felt I got a sense of how it
feels being a seriously wounded
victim during a disaster. The
firefighters had a lot of people
to tend to on the runway, and
the nurses had numerous peo-
ple to treat at the hospital. I
realized the fright a person
must experience waiting
awhile to receive treatment,"
Hadley explained.
After firefighters extin-
guished the fiery wreck, inves-
tigators learned that the Black
October Group, which caused
the plane's explosion, carried
intentions beyond just killing
and maiming its passengers.
Hazardous material teams,
dressed in blue radiation suits
equipped with breathing filters,
detected radioactive cesium
chloride, deliberately spewed
into the air by the force of the


HM2(AW) Antoinette Wilson (left) and PS1 (SW) Corey Andrews from
Personnel Support Detachment discuss the effects of their injuries
after the first phase of the exercise.


explosion to endanger the larg- Jacksonville.
er metropolitan area. At this "Jacksonville
point, the Radiological Hazard ing from the D
Specific Plan was executed. Homeland Securi
Although not the first terror- receive that fun
ist exercise for Jacksonville, must carry out
the event was the first time the the one held t
city was involved in an Urban explained.
Area Security Initiative Full The drill's
Scale Exercise (UASI FSE). multi-faceted in
Cynthia Davis, who helped polished. While s
orchestrate the entire opera- skills of every pe
tion, spoke about how, since and securing fed
9/11, UASIFSE drills are not satisfied cruc
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receives fund-
epartment of
ity. In order to
ding, our city
drills such as
today Davis

purpose was
what it accom-
harpening the
person involved,
eral funding, it
ial hospital
and grant


65th Anniversary Gala
From the NAS lax USO
T he Jacksonville USO will celebrate
the 65th anniversary of its found-
ing with "Thanks for the
Memories," a varietyy show and gala Nov.
4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Times-Unrion Center
for the Performing .Arts Moran Theatre.
Ed McMahon will serve as the honorary
chair of the event joining Event Chairs
Kitty Crenshaw. Kitty Martinez and
Grace Nelson.
"'Thanks for the Memories" will be an
action-packed Bob Hope-style variety
show combined with video vignettes of
USO history. Song. dance and a little bit
of comedy will evoke the style of the vari-
ous decades covered by the USO's years
of service in Jacksonville. Currently
planned to join in the fun are humorist
Jim Villers and a number of locally.
renowned performers including a cappel-
]a tribute by the nationally award-win-
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Navy Surgeon



General visits



NavHosp Jax


By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing
avy Surgeon General (SG)
Vice Adm. Don Arthur
visited Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Oct. 19-20. During
his visit, he was the keynote
speaker at the Duval County
Medical Society (DCMS) annual
dinner meeting and addressed
area physicians at the TRICARE
Network Collaboration Breakfast.
The SG spoke at the DCMS din-
ner meeting hosted by the hospi-
'tal at the NAS Jacksonville
SOfficers' Club Oct. 19.
Addressing 125 civilian and mili-
,tary physicians, Arthur dis-
cussed the Navy medical experi-
ence in Iraq and Afghanistan. He
lauded the tremendous response
,times and high resuscitation
rates by military medical person-
nel, which greatly improve troop
survival rates in the field. He
recognized the great job our hos-
pital corpsmen are doing under
difficult conditions. Additionally,
he discussed the hospital ship,
USNS Mercy's recent humanitar-
ian mission to Indonesia,
Bangladesh and the Philippines.
He also addressed a breakfast
for civilian specialty physicians.


Partnering with Humana
Military Healthcare System
(HMHS), Naval Hospital
Jacksonville hosted the TRI-
CARE Network Collaboration
Breakfast Meeting Oct. 20. More
than 80 network physicians,
HMHS and hospital staff attend-
ed the breakfast and observed
colors followed by an awards cere-
mony where he presented several
commendations to staff.
Arthur amplified Naval
Hospital Commanding Officer
Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Bono's grati-
tude to the TRICARE Network
physicians for their ongoing sup-
port and service to the Navy. He
said, "This is one of the hospitals
that Navy medicine is most proud
of. During times of increased
operational tempo when our med-
ical personnel deploy, you provide
one of the most important servic-
es to our spouses and children.
When we are at sea or on foreign
shores, we need to be sure our
families are well cared for."
Cmdr. Lisa Kelty, an emer-
gency medicine physician and
Emergency Medicine Department
head, gave a moving presentation
on her recent tour of duty in Iraq
as a combat physician. Kelty


Photos by HM 1(SW) Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville personnel join their guest TRICARE Network providers at Quarters Oct. 20. The
providers were here for a special breakfast hosted by the hospital to enhance the partnership between hospital
and civilian doctors. From left, Capt. Patricia Underdahl, acting executive officer, Navy Surgeon General Vice
Adm. Donald Arthur, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Bono and Command
Master Chief CMDCM Dennis Green salute the colors.


described herself as the female
version of Col. Potter on the old
television series M.A.S.H. and
painted a vivid picture of the
STP4/FRSS2, the surgical shock
trauma platoon's daily activities
in the desert. She. expressed her
pride in the Sailors and Marines
who courageously and tirelessly
service in the face of so much
adversity in Iraq. Kelty said, "It
was an honor serving the
Marines and the surgical team
did a really outstanding job serv-
ing in the desert."
At a working luncheon with the
hospital's Executive Steering
Council, Arthur reiterated his full
confidence and that of Navy med-
icine, with Bono and Naval
Hospital Jacksonville leadership.


Navy Surgeon General Vice Adm. Donald Arthur shakes hands with a
group of providers at the TRICARE Network Collaboration Breakfast at
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Oct. 20.


Naval Hospital hosts town hall meeting


By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing
Naval Hospital Jacksonville hosted a quarterly med-
ical town hall meeting Oct. 18, which is open to all
active-duty military personnel, retirees and family
members. A variety of topics covered at the meeting
included pharmacy drug list changes, electronic medical
records, access to care initiatives, deployments and the
Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) System.
Director for Clinical Support Services Capt. Denise
Graham and Pharmacy Department Head Lt. Cmdr.
Denise Leveling discussed recent changes to the hospital
drug list outlining the drug classes carried at the military
treatment facility. New guidance recently clarified by the
TRICARE Management Activity allows only basic core
formulary (generic) and uniform formulary drugs to be
carried by military treatment facilities (MTF).
Non-formulary drugs may be purchased through the
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy, which is the most cost
effective option at $22 for a 90-day supply, or through a
TRICARE retail pharmacy at $22 for a 30-day supply.
Lt. Cmdr. Brian Bowes, Navy Medicine East Armed
Forces Longitudinal Technology Application champion,
discussed the hospital's transition to paperless medical
records. He explained how military medicine is making
the quantum leap to an electronic health records system
that will put the patient's information in the hands of
their physician anyplace, anywhere, anytime. This sys-
tem will improve patient safety, eliminate lost medical
information and ensure patient privacy.
Family Medicine Department Chairman Lt. Cmdr. Cliff
Blumenberg presented information on Access To Care
(ATC) initiatives to improve ways to connect a patient
with a provider for medical care. ATC encompasses
everything from patients calling for an appointment to
visiting the laboratory or pharmacy and obtaining follow-
,up from the visit to healthcare provider.
The ATC Committee is looking at various ways to
,improve access, such as standardizing appointment slots,
opening providers' schedules six weeks in advance to offer
more availability, and providing department heads with
clinic manager training. Further, TRICAREOnline.com
,allows patients to select and book routine appointments
online, giving them 24-hour access and convenience.
HMCS Patrick Sheridan briefly discussed recent hospi-


Photo by HM3 Dulce PerezRoman
Navy Medicine East Armed Forces Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA) Champion Lt. Cmdr. Brian Bowes outlines
one of military medicine's most promising tools to this month's town hall meeting participants. AHLTA is designed to be the
Department of Defense's global electronic health record system which will give the provider 24/7 access to a patient's record
anyplace in the world. Naval Hospital Jacksonville is leading the way in this new paperless technology.


tal deployments. Currently the hospital has 118 troops
deployed with 83 of those assigned to the Detention
Center at Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
The ICE System is now available online to all patients
using the Naval Hospital or one of its seven branch health
clinics.


Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Bono urged the
audience to provide feedback about their health experi-
ences at the MTF and requested topics for future town
hall meetings.
The next meeting is scheduled for Jan. 17 at 2 p.m. in
the hospital galley. For more information, call 542-7820.


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8 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 26, 2006


Y ou have to drive all the wva\ to the end
of NAS Jacksonville and nearly to the
banks of the St. Johns river to a::ess
tenant command Fleet Area Control and
Surveillance Facility, Jacksonville FACS-
FAC Jaxj.
But being on the edge of a naval base
and operating from its practically hidden
location in Building 11. does nothing to
lessen its awep-.me ,responsibility.
The facility. on Albermarle Street, has
125 alert Sailors and civilians r-esponsible
for 80.000 square miles of land. sea and
air. Nothing moving through the air or
steaming over the sea is overlooked from
Wilmington, N.C, to Daytona Beach.
The facility's primary mission is sea and
air traffic control. The command allows
military aircraft to train in local airspace,
permits ships to complete work-ups and
war games at sea, and protects northern
right whales.
Several departments comprise FACS-
FAC. Each contributes a different part to
the overall mission. Air traffic controllers
staff Sealord, who provide air traffic con-
trol services for fleet and local squadrons
from area bases. A close relationship is
maintained with the Federal Aviation
Administration, because the airspace
FACSFAC controls is sometimes needed
for commercial planes during foul weather.
Military aircraft on training missions are
given clearances to use protected airspace,
and then to leave once the training is
accomplished.


Knowing when and where planes and
ships will be and notifying Sealord and
Bristol Departments is the )1ob of the
Schedules Department. Pilots need to
know where they can use local bombing
ranges for training, such as the Pinecastle
area in Ocala State Forest, where land is
shared with civilians. Ships need to know
what areas others aren't already using,
particularly during live-fire exercises.
Sealord and Bristol receive reports of
where and when ships or planes are oper-
ating and kept current with changes the
department makes.
The; electronics technicians and fire con-
trolmen of Maintenance Department pro-
vide critical support for nearly every other
department. "The radios and computers
Sealord and Bristol use and the telephones
everyone uses all
have to be main-
tained," ex-
plained the de-
partment's assis-
tant leading pet-
ty officer, FC1
(SW) Rodney Ro-
gers. "Our tec.-
nicians maintain


a great deal of equipment in-house.
Periodically, more advanced equipment
replaces the old technology, such as the
Air Defense System Integrator (ADSI),'" he
added. For FACSFAC, ADSI makes possi-
ble a bird's-eye view of operations not only
in the local operating areas, but of the
world.
Communications and radar equipment is
also remotely controlled and maintained at
several locations on and off base. The facil-
ity's high-frequency radio transceivers,
through a network of coaxial cables, feed
radio-frequency energy to a nearby anten-
na farm. Each antenna can radiate a kilo-
watt of power, each radio wave carrying
voice and data signals to the fleet.
Maintenance Department, with the help
of other departments, has spent recent
months stripping, scraping and painting
rooms that will soon be used for
FACSFAC's recent expanded mission
involving homeland security. Truckloads of
items were removed to make way for a
forthcoming new era of operations.
Operations specialists standing watch in
Bristol Department communicate with sur-
face ships moving in and out of restricted
areas. Granting permission for ship move-


ments and live exercises, the department,
with the help of Schedules Depar-tment,
helps battle groups avoid conflicts. One,
particularly vulnerable part of the ocean
Bristol protects is its living inhabitants..
namely the Northern Right Whales. Thirty
organizations, from Florida to Boston, '
Mass., receive whale sighting reports from,
FACSFAC. "The facility relays critical data:
to shore facilities and ships, including loca-
tions and the number of adults and calves,"
explained OS1(SW) Brian Phipps. Bristol's
leading petty officer.
According to the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Agency,' collisions with ships
rank as the number one cause of death to:
Northern Right Whales. At last count, only
300 Northern Right Whales were known to
be alive in the Atlantic Ocean. Research at
the Center for Coastal Studies in
Provincetown, Mass., revealed that saving
two mature female Northern Right Whales
per year from untimely deaths could
reverse the decline of the population.
Consequently, the facility takes its duty to
protect whales seriously, and has done so
since 1993.


(Above) FACSFAC Career Counselor ET1 (SW) Robert Hernandez scans the Job Advertising and Selection System
for his Sailors. "I'm happy to help our people shape their careers while fulfilling the needs of the Navy at the same
time," he said.

(Left) ET2 Leroy Hardeman conducts preventive maintenance on the Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch. It is crucial
that the circuit cards are properly aligned to clear air traffic control communications.


Expertise soldering precise electrical connections is a skill ET2 Charles Gray takes pride in.







lax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 26, 2006 9


SKC(SW) James Haffner advises SK2(SW/AW) Evelyn Hadley about checking on the status of a power supply delivery.

Photos by ? _;
MCI(SWI
Bill Larned,

















Day and night, a constant stream of messages from other commands flows through coaxial cables and moni-
tors for OS2(SW) Andrea Jones to log.
Inside the radio room, ET3 Dan Diedri
satellite communications transceiver.


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From Page 8 ,.
FACSFAC also takes its
own evolution seriously.
The facility will soon take

mission hasn't changed
from scheduling and moni-
toring the airspace and sur-
face traffic off the coast
from Charleston, S.C., to
Cape Canaveral," explained I
FACSFAC Executive
Officer Cmdr. Curtisl
Stubbs.
"What is new is our
Navy/Coast Guard partner-
ship that extends inward



facilities. This is just the
beginning of a multi-agency
to support homeland securi-
ty," Stubbs concluded. Inside Sealord, AC2(.W/AW) Adrian Adkins closely monitor.an air target before initiating contaV.


ich extracts a faulty module from a


with the pilot.







10 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 26, 2006


Chavis reaches 30 years of



service with CNATTU Jax


By A TC John Wilson
CNATTU Jax PAO
Carole Chavis, secretary
to the commanding offi-
cer of Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training
Unit (CNATTU) Jacksonville,
has reached her 30 years of
civil service mark and is still
going strong.
Chavis began her civil serv-
ice career in 1975 as a data
entry clerk with the Internal
Revenue Service in Memphis,
Tenn. Following .a year of
working for the Department of
the Treasury, she transferred
to the Department of the Navy
working at the Educational
Services Office at the Naval Air
Technical Training Center,
NAS Memphis, Tenn.
In 1978, Chavis transferred
to NAS Jacksonville where she
worked for two years at the
Naval Air Regional Data
Automation Center and two
years at the Family Practice
Clinic, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. She then reported
to NAS New Orleans, where
she worked for base adminis-
tration as a clerk-typist before
transferring to the operations
department, where she was the
operations officer's secretary
and became heavily involved in
the planning and execution of
the largest air show ever held
at NAS New Orleans.
Having spent all her career
in the south, in February 1987,
Chavis transferred to the 127th
Tactical Fighter Wing at
Selfridge Air National Guard
Base in Detroit, Mich., switch-
ing from the Department of the
Navy to the Air Force at the
Joint Services Base. There she


Photo courtesy of CNATTU lax
The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit lax
Commanding Officer Cmdr. James Daniels presents Carole Chavis
with a certificate for completing 30 years of federal service. ,
worked as the executive secre- administrative functions of five
tary to the director of the officers, a staff of more than
Consolidated Civilian Person- 200 personnel and an average
nel Office. of 5,000 students yearly. This
In August 1990, the warm includes coordinating retire-
weather of the south beckoned ment ceremonies, including the
again and Chavis took a job at. invitations and design and
NAS Jacksonville with the printing of programs, screening
Naval Air Maintenance chief warrant officer, limited
Training Group Detachment duty officer and commissioning
(NAMTRAGRUDET) which is packages, awards, evaluations,
now CNATTU Jacksonville. As fitness reports and scheduling
the commanding officer's secre- all major events.
tary, Chavis coordinates the During her tenure with the


unit, Chavis has served with 10
commanding officers and offi-
cers-in-charge. During that
time, she has seen many
changes in the maintenance
training world, including the
NAMTRAGRUDET consolida-
tion with Fleet Replacement
Aviation Maintenance Program
in 1994 to the upcoming consol-
idation with Fleet Aviation
Specialized Operational
Training Group Atlantic Fleet
Detachment Jacksonville.
She has been through plat-
form changes when mainte-
nance training was taught to
H-3 technicians and before the
detachment absorbed the S-3
training from NAMTRA-
GRUDET Cecil Field in July
1998. She was also at the
forefront when NAMTRA-
GRUDET Jacksonville became
a command in August 2000 and
changed its name to Naval Air
Maintenance Training Unit.
"I've chosen to stay with civil
service because I believe in
America and the Navy. It's
my way of supporting the
ideals aiid way of life the coun-
try has allowed us to enjoy over
the past 200 plus years;" said
Chavis, enthusiastically.
Aristotle once said, "We are
what we repeatedly do.
Excellence, then, is not an act,
but a habit." Mrs. Chavis is
the perfect example; of excel-
lence in motion every day and
has been for CNATTU Jax for
the past 17 years. She is an
employee who exudes success
and value within our organiza-
tion and I am proud to be asso-
ciated with her," added CNAT-
TU Commanding Officer Cmdr.
James Daniels.


It's everyone's responsibility to keep our base clean


By MC2(A W) Regina Brown
Staff Writer
Have you stopped to look around the
base lately and noticed something
out of place? Like that soda can,
fast food bag or plastic grocery bag sitting
on the side of the road. Trash on NAS Jax
is a problem, yet the solution is simple.
Pick it up.
"One day I walked to McDonald's from
Building 1 and picked up two full grocery
bags of trash. For most people it's a lot
easier to toss it out their window than
carry it to a trashcan. If you see trash that
you didn't drop, pick it up," said NAS
Jacksonville Hazardous Waste Manager
Jane Beason.
"There's a loss of pride in the appearance
of our base." added NAS Jax Assistant
Hazardous Waste Manager Billie
Brownfield. "In a one-week period at
McCaffrey Field, we recently picked up
more than 500 cans and bottles that peo-
ple were either leaving on the ground or in
branches."
If caught littering on base by security
personnel, you will receive a ticket and be


required to go to traffic court. Such a
waste of time for something that could
have easily been prevented by finding a
trashcan or the base recycling center.
The NAS Jax Recycling Center is capa-
ble of accepting most items found littering
the base.
Sailors can drop off materials at any,
time. Scrap metal, glass, plastic, 'newspa-
per and cardboard can all be recycled. "In
just two weeks, there can be as much as 11
tons of cardboard turned in for recycling.
That's 11 tons of cardboard that's not
going to a landfill and is being successfully
reused. So you can feel good knowing that
you are contributing to the recycling effort
here on base," stated BU2 Chad Josi, who
works at the recycling center.
'"We throw away a lot of things that we
can recycle to make money for Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Department activ-
ities," pointed out NAS Jax Environmental
Department Director Kevin Gartland.
As stated in NAS Jacksonville's environ-
mental policy statement, signed by Comn-

See LITTER, Page 13


Photo by MC2(AW) Regina Brown
ET3(SW) Emmett Burns of the NAS Jax
Quarterdeck does his part in keeping the
base clean by picking up some trash.


CHAPLAIN'S CORNERf


How will you

be remembered?
By Chaplain (Lt) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
Yesterday, I heard that a man I
have known for several years-
died. He was a rich: old man, but
God rest his soul, he was. a mean old
man. He was rumored
to have killed two
people back in the
50's, and possibly
another person in the
1970's. I know' this
,will be a strange
story; but be patient,
it has a point.,
About five veais
ago my brother-in-law Chaplain
befriended him. It (Lt.) Mylon Pope
seemed strange to see a man like him
seemingly utterly alone, but he wan-
dered in their business one day, and the
rest is history. A long illness had left
him weak, and since his family would
have nothing to do with him, he was
completely alone. We. wondered why the
family had ostracized him, but he
explained that they were just in the
middle of a family feud.
For about two years, my sister's family
tried to help him. They assisted in just
about very area of his life. When I met
him, it was around Christmas and in
just a few days. he gave our whole fami-
ly Christmas cards.... even presents for
the kids. He was a classic example of
what can happen when a person is con-
fronted with the realities of death and
eternity, but unfortunately, not long
after that he began to change.
As his health improved, his demeanor
changed. He began to drink heavily and
had a desire to carry a gun wherever he
went. All of a sudden, he became very
demanding, and hostile. One day he
even tried to run my sister' off the.road,
so they had to take out a restraining
order against him because he seemed to
thoroughly enjoy tormenting them: It
was sad to see the change, and to realize
that he was not the person we thought
we knew at all. After all, leopards don't
change their spots. Zebras don't change
their stripes. His true nature was just
coming out. We saw:it for the first time.
Here is the really sad part. When he
died last week, his daughter -contacted
my brother-in-law. They needed some
information, and his three kids had not
seen him in many, many years. They did
not have anything to do with him, He
died three weeks ago and still sits in, the
city morgue because no one will come
forward to claim the body, and bury him.
I said earlier that he was a rich old
man, but I don't think I have ever
known a poorer person. Money does not
make you rich, it just lets you buy
things, (probably mostly things we don't
need anyway.) Wealth is not found in
the possessions you have, it is in the
legacy you leave. How are you going to
be remembered by those you love? I
know a rich man who had the chance to
make a difference, but didn't. How will
you be remembered when you leave this
world? No one can do anything about it
but you!


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Just another day

on deployment


PSC Iris Velez of VP-16, counsels a service member about his upcoming retirement Oct. 9. At
retirement there are many benefits available to a service member and without proper docu-
mentation and timing certain benefits may be forfeited.


Photos by

MC1(AW/SW) Mark Geil


ADAN Mark Ruddy of the VP-
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his shipmate signals the pilot
of a VP-16 P3-C Orion prior
to takeoff at NAS Sigonella,
Italy Oct. 9. VP-16 is forward
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AT3 Tabitha Spalin of VP-16, takes notes for registration with
Embry-Riddle College Oct. 12. Spalin is looking at the advan-
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VP-16, on how to properly document an award in a service
record Oct. 9. Without proper documentation, a service
member could miss out on promotion or consideration for
special programs.


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squadron at NAS Sigonella, Italy Oct. 10. While forward
deployed in support of maritime patrol operations, mail con-
tinues to come in on a daily basis and is forwarded to person-
nel throughout the command.


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payment period is two weeks or six
months but 90 percent of their profit
cones from roll-over loans so they have
a q quick payback period," continued
Faraldo. "If they want to fix the problem
and provide the service they claim they
provide, they need to change their
repayment time and their interest rates
would drop to below 40 percent. These
companies are making huge profits.
Their loss rate is very low because their
clients have to prove they have a pay-
check coming in and have to give them
access to their bank accounts. Just take
a look at Advance America's public stock
and see how well they are doing. And,
they are worried about losing money
-with this new law?".
Financial hardship can cause a detri-
mental effect on military readiness.
"Financial issues definitely affect our
overall mission of providing national
security. Many of our personnel have
security clearances and there's been a
renewed emphasis on financial issues
pertaining to people's security clear-
ances. Financial problems can preclude
people from hold a security clearance
that will affect how they can do their
jobs," said NAS Jax Commanding
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson.
"If you look at demographics, junior
Sailors are more susceptible to take out
a payday loan.' They are young, away
from home for the first time, many are
married and trying to establish a house-
hold. The problem is that with the ease
of credit and having a regular paycheck,
people are falling into a trap with pay-
day loans and they are marketed in such
a way, that people are getting into a sit-
uation, that is very costly, that they
can't get out of," continued Dobson.
"I think that the military needs to do a
better job addressing the issue. The
Navy offers 16 hours of classroom
instruction on personal financial man-
agement during the initial training
phase. So we know that our new younger
Sailors are getting this but it's apparent
to us here that it probably is not enough.
So we're looking at different ways to get
that information out," said Dobson.
According to ATI(AW) Matthew
Hubbell of NAS Jax Air Operation's
Department, he learned the hard way on
how easy it is to get caught up in the
payday loan schemes. "I hope that by
talking about what happened to me,
maybe I can help other people before
they get involved with payday loans like
I did," said Hubbell.
"I joined the Navy in 1987 and got out
four years later. I was married to my
wife, who was also enlisted. In 1993, she


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manding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson, "The mission of
NAS Jacksonville is to pro-
vide services, materials and
facilities to enable war
fighter readiness. In sup-
port of the mission, NAS
Jacksonville will implement
programs that ensure envi-
ronmental compliance, pre-
vent pollution, sustain nat-
ural resources and promote
continual improvement of
the station environmental
management system."
Another reason trash
could be detrimental on
this base is foreign object
damage (FOD). Cleanliness
is paramount on a base
with aviation capabilities.
FOD can waste millions of
dollars on aircraft repairs
from damage caused by
items that could have been


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was forced out of the Navy due to high-
year tenure. We were finding it was
hard to make ends meet so I came back
in the Navy as an E3 in 1999 as an air
traffic controller," he continued. "Then
my wife was diagnosed with breast can-
cer and couldn't work so I was support-
ing a family of six on E3 pay. She was
going through treatment in San Antonio
and I saw an ad in Navy Times for a
payday loan so I went and applied."
"When we transferred to Corpus
Christi, Texas we lived in base housing
but it was still very hard. to make ends
meet. I saw a payday loan place outside
the base so I went there to help pay off
the first loan I had taken out. It became a
cycle. Because it was so short term it took
most ofkmy money to repay the loan so I
had to keep taking out more. A $500 loan
would cost me about $110 to pay off but I
could never pay the full amount and pay
our bills. I knew I shouldn't haven taken
out these loans but it was so quick and
convenient. The money was always used
for bills basic necessities," said Hubbell.
"I was always able to work things out
and get caught up with income tax and
Christmas gifts. I knew when I arrived
on board USS Kennedy the payday
lenders would probably be contacting my
command so I told them what was going
on first. I was sure my career was over.
They sent me to NMCRS and they sent
me to an attorney. I didn't know they
would be so helpful," stated Hubbell. "I
think being military is easily targeted
because if you don't pay these loans off,
they go straight to your command. It was
just so easy to get money through payday
lenders and by the time your wrapped up
in it, it's like quicksand and you sink."
There are several alternatives for mili-
tary members who need some financial
help. "The NMCRS has been around for
more than 100 years. We provide inter-
est-free loans for military members and
their families, 24 hours a day, seven
days a week for basic necessities and
emergencies. And, we don't contact our
client's command to let them know," said
Faraldo. "Another option is the new
VyStar Credit Union Pay and Save
Program which offers a six-month loan
at a much lower percentage than a pay-
day loan. There are lots of options for
military members, they just need to be
aware of them. Each command is
required to have a command financial
specialist and hold regular training.
People need to realize that payday loans
are not a good solution. We see about
2,000 cases a year and many of those are
people in trouble from payday loans. I've
never seen one person helped by taking
out a payday loan."
For more information about the servic-
es available at the NMCRS, call 542-


picked up.
An annual base-wide
clean-up is held to give all
base personnel an opportu-
nity to do their part in
keeping the base clean. An
annual shoreline along the
St. Johns River is also held
to give personnel another
chance to help out with the
clean up effort.
"There's a pride that
comes from working here.
With that pride comes a
responsibility to keep our
base clean. Everyone who
lives and works here needs
to pick up trash not just in
their buildings, but also in
parking lots and areas
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around their buildings.
From the admiral to the
lowest ranking Sailor, we
are responsible for keeping
NAS Jacksonville clean,"
said Gartland.
Think ahead before
throwing trash where it
.doesn't belong. Pick it up
and put it where it belongs.
Team up and make it an
everyday effort.
Commands can drop off
their recyclable materials
at the recycling center on
base or schedule a time for
pick up by calling 542-3113.
The center is open from
7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday.


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When not watching daring acrobatics,
spectators can stroll the flight line to view
military and civilian aircraft on display.
Pilots and aircrews will be on hand to
answer questions and allow an "up-close"
look at some of the world's most famous
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A practice air show will be held tomor-
row and is open to community groups,
youth groups, schools, Junior Reserve
Officer Training Corps units and special
needs. The practice show follows the same
schedule as regular air shows days.
For children, the fun is not only in the
skies, but on the ground, with the return of
the "Kid's Zone." There are exciting inflat-
ables for kids to jump and play.
To make this year's show more enjoyable
and safe, plan on the following:
Plan to arrive before 3 p.m. if you want
to watch the Blue Angels. No vehicle traf-
fic will be allowed in or out of flight line
parking areas during the Blue Angels per-
formance (3-4:15 p.m.; times subject to
change)..
Smoking only in designated areas. There
is no smoking on the flight line or around
aircraft. Designated smoking areas are
clearly marked.
No coolers are permitted. Please take
advantage of the many concession booths
available.
Pictures and video. Take as many photos
and as much video as you like so you can
create your own piece of aviation history.
Gates to NAS Jacksonville open for the
air show at 9 a.m. The fantastic flying
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Security restrictions used during the
2004 Air Show will be in place again this
year.
Unauthorized Items: Items you 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 and
weapons of any types such as knives, pep-
per spray, stun guns or fireworks)
Authorized Items: Items you can bring
to the air show include (subject to search):
Small purses/fanny packs
Clear bags for medical items (i.e., med-
ication) or child infant care
Portable/lawn chairs (not in their bag
carriers)
Cameras (still and video) (not in cam-
era bags).
Baby strollers and baby carriers
Walk-through Metal Detectors &
Scanner checkpoints: Everyone entering
the air show will do so at the pedestrian
gate east of the flight line parking lots (fol-
low directions from signs and
parking/security personnel). Vendors will
enter through the vendors' gate between
Hangars 115 and 116.
Vehicle Inspections: All vehicles will
be inspected upon entry to the base (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 spec-
tators easy access to pedestrian gates.
Security personnel will direct you to this
parking area.
Follow Directions: As you enter or
leave the air show, please pay attention to
security personnel and follow their direc-
tions. This will aid you in locating parking
and reduce your time in traffic.
As you drive to NAS Jacksonville for the
air show, tune into 87.9 FM and listen for
important information as well as live cov-
erage of the air show. For more informa-
tion about the NAS Jacksonville Air Show,
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Photos by MC2(AW) Regina Brown
Sailors stationed at NAS Jacksonville listen to a
presentation given by a Men Against Violence
Against Women (MAVAW) advocate at the base
theater Oct. 17. MAVAW is a domestic violence
awareness organization focused on educating
men on the problem of violence against women
and how they can positively end it.


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Resident survey
distributed
From the NAS lax
Housing Office
A resident satisfaction
survey will soon be
distributed to all
NAS Jax base housing resi-
dents and residents of the
Yellow Water Housing
Area. The survey package
will include a letter of intro-
duction, the survey, a pre-
addressed/pre-paid return
envelope and a comment
card.
This survey is part of the
housing office's perform-
ance assessment program
and participation is crucial.
Cooperation and candid
responses of residents will
help improve the housing
office's service to its cus-
tomers.
For more information,
call the NAS Jax Housing
Office at 542-2996.

RecruitMilitary
Career Fair Nov. 9
From Staff
free hiring event for
veterans iand person-
nel who are transi-
tioning from active duty,
Reserves, Guard and mili-
tary spouses is being pre-
sented by RecruitMilitary
and the President's
National Hire Veterans
Committee will be held at
the Prime F. Osborn
Convention. Center Nov.. 9
from 11 a.m. to h p.m.
Prospective !employees
should bring several copies
of their resume.i
For more information,
visit www.recruitmilitary.
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Local park offers
free nature classes
From Staff 1
he following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across from thle NAS Jax
Main Gate at 7000
Roosevelt Boulevard. All
classes require advance
reservations by calling 573-
2498.
Map and Compass
Instruction
Oct. 28, 10 a.m. noon
Participants will learn
how to find various com-
pass directions, set up a
course of travel on a map,
find compass bearings on a
map, and maintain a cor-
rect compass course.
Teams of two people will
put these new skills to use
by finding eight compass
points in the p rk woods.
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By FLTCM(SS/SW) R. D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
H oo-yah, warriors! In my column
this week, I wanted to talk for a
minute about January and its
upcoming raise.
Are you thinking about what to do with
that extra shot of money Uncle Sam is
planning to put into your pocket? True, it
may not seem like a huge windfall, but you
might want to consider that it can help
become a windfall later on down the road?
I offer this suggestion because I run
across too many Sailors and their families
who subscribe to the "carpe diem" philoso-
phy of financial management spend for
today!
That's not always the best plan. I know
that it seems like a great idea to take your
raise and finance that 61-inch plasma
screen TV you've wanted. But is a TV
today going to help you out five years from
now? Ten years from now? When you hit
retirement?
You'll be lucky if it still works by then.
But I know that pay raise could still be
working for you if you choose another
option.
Everyone needs a strategy for you're
money. No matter a little or a lot, the
smart person puts together a financial
strategy for the long-term as well as the
here and now.
So you're probably saying, "Hey Fleet, I
already have a budget," or something simi-
lar. Well that's great, if it is a good budg-
et.
Does it let you pay yourself? Does it give
you flexibility for emergencies? Does it
plan for retirement or after-service life? If
you don't know those answers, maybe you
should find out by asking some questions.
Do you pay yourself? And by that I mean
are you setting some money aside in sav-
ings?
Shipmates, we all need to pay ourselves.
It takes some discipline, but it's well worth
it to prepare for the future, to have that
nice vacation, or to weather an emergency.
So, here are some tips:
Use automatic transfers and allot-
ments so you never "see" the money you
are saving. One rule of thumb is to
increase your Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)
allotment in January for the same percent-
age you are getting as a pay increase. If
you don't get used to the extra money, you
won't miss it.
Cut back on the weekly items so you
can put a little more away over time. You
don't necessarily have to go without, but
manage yourself.
Make and stick to your budget. Know
where your cash is going so you can make
sound decisions. When you see where
you're spending, it's easier to keep the
expenditures down.
Do you have the money to do what needs
to be done? The biggest thing (and hardest
at times) to do with many Americans is
reducing their debt.
If you are managing your budget well,
you're probably not in a bad debt situation.
But things happen. Big car repairs, poor
credit card judgment, there are a lot of rea-
sons people get into debt.
Now's the time to look at reducing any
debt you might have. If you need some
help, your command financial specialist or
the Fleet and Family Service Center are
there to help. But talking with creditors to
work out a payment arrangement or get-


Fleet Master Chief Rick West
ting a consolidation loan are great possibil-
ities. Those counselors I mentioned can
help make it easier. Making sure you get
debt under control now will keep you from
paying on it for years and years.
One way some Sailors pay on a huge
debt is by visiting a payday loan lender -
or as I like to refer to them, "major scam
artists." The only folks who go there are
folks looking to pay more than $800 for a
$325 loan. Stay away, you got me?
Finally, are you looking to the future? I
know the word "retirement" seems a life-
time away, but it will arrive before you
know it. Why try and play catch up in
your later years when you know that is
next to impossible?
Your retirement nest egg is different
from a savings account. Savings are con-
sidered "liquid" so you can get to it any-
time. Your retirement is a long-term,
never-touching-that-money-for-awhile
deal.
Now it doesn't have to be much, because
as a long-term project, a little adds up to a
lot over time. Here's a couple of options.
The TSP is a great start toward a retire-
ment program. It comes right out of the
check before you can feel it and is invested
for you into the mutual fund or funds of
your choice. You can get more information
on the TSP online at www.tsp.gov.
Traditional or Roth IRAs are another
great choice for savings.
A traditional IRA gives you the advan-
tage of a lower tax bill now because the
money isn't taxed until you pull it out
when you hit about 60 then Uncle Sam
will have his hand out.
The Roth IRA lets you save and invest
while paying taxes upfront. And since
you've paid those taxes, you've essentially
got free money when you withdraw it later
in life.
Both have benefits and catches, but the
key thing is that you are planning and
preparing for the future. And the Navy or
commercial financial planners can help
you make that plan.
Shipmates, I know there's just not
enough money in the world to pay you
what I think you are all worth. I.wish
there was. I want you to take your hard-
earned pay and not only enjoy it now, but
make it work for you over the long haul.
The seemingly difficult sacrifices made
today can be a little tough, but you will
thank yourself a few years down the road.
I guarantee it.


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Photo by MC3 (NAC) Charles White
Lt. Chris Sloan gives a presentation to VP-16 aircrew members on Crew Resource
Management (CRM) and the Emergency Destruct Plan (EDP) at NAS Sigonella, Italy Oct.
12. CRM training is designed to improve the overall safety of flight and EDP training is
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load and investment to
FRCSE due to its proven
track record of being a reli-
able and cost effective pro-
ducer.
"It's fitting that we're
here at Jacksonville today
for the stand-up of FRCSE.
Many firsts in naval avia-
tion have occurred here in
the Jacksonville area and
today that spirit lives on
with another first that will
ensure our naval aviation
enterprise continues to
excel in supporting fleet
operations while shaping
our Navy for another centu-
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Force, U.S: Atlantic Fleet.
You're delivering aircraft
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cost of doing so for the
Navy."
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Commission called for the
establishment of FRCs in
an effort to integrate Naval
Air Depots and the
Continental United States
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachments
into a consolidated organi-
zation for shore-based, off-
flight line maintenance.
This successful venture
eliminates duplicative
maintenance practices,
decreases turnaround time,
and enables the FRCs to


Photo by Frank Taormina
Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers Rear Adm. Michael
Hardee prepares to cut the ceremonial cake as Commander,
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast Capt. John Scanlan II (left)
and Commander, Naval Air Force U.S. Atlantic Fleet Rear
Adm. H. Denby Starling look on.


support the warfighter by
maintaining a higher level
of combat-ready aircraft at
a reduced cost. In
February 2006, the Naval
Aviation Enterprise Board
of Directors approved this
concept of operations,
which was developed by the
Naval Air Systems
Command's Commander for
Aviation Depots. In August
2006, the Office of the
Secretary of Defense
approved the FRC business
plan.
FRCSE is the third of five
FRCs to stand up following
the establishment of COM-


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For more information call 542-3493.
Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
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Call 542-3521 for more information.

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

Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone 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.
Monster Dash ~ 5K
Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m.
Perimeter Road / Antenna Farm

Storm Racers 2006
Now through Dec. 1
Log the number of hours you travel while spinning!
Prizes awarded to all participants!


For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
please 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
$69.75per p person
Jekyll Island Holiday High Tea and Trolley Trip
Dec.12
$56 per person
Includes holiday tea, trolley tour and transportation.


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Commander, Navy Installations Command, Millington Detachment
he Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) is
giving away two trips to Australia and a host of
other prizes, as part of a joint services partnership
between MWR's Information, Tickets and Travel (I.T.T.)
office, Qantas Airlines and Military Tours.
Two winners and one guest each will win an 11-
day/eight-night trip to Australia. The grand prizes, which
are valued at more than $8,750 each, include airfare from
the contestants' chosen LT.T. office to Australia, accom-
modations and two land tours.
"A special user-friendly Web site has been set up at
www.ittaustralia.com, which allows authorized MWR cus-
tomers to enter the contest, learn about the different
vacation destinations in Australia or plan their own trip,"
said Dawn Smith, Navy MWR's I.T.T. program manager,
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New Jack Reunion Tour
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Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
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Birthday Bash
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Jaguars Vs. Titans Game
Nov. 5
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Bowling Tournament
Nov. 8
NAS Freedom Lanes


Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details call 542-3491. There will not be any
movies shown this weekend due to the air show.

Nov. 3, 7 p.m. My Super Ex Girlfriend (PG-13)
Nov. 4, 5 p.m. Monster House (PG)
Nov. 4, 7 p.m. You, Me and Dupree (PG-13)
Nov. 10, 7 p.m. Lady in the Water (PG-13)
Nov. 17, 7 p.m. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
(PG-13)
Nov. 18, 5 p.m. Cars (G)
Nov. 18, 7 p.m. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's
Chest (PG-13)
Nov. 24, 7 p.m. Talladega Nights (PG-13)


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All entries must be received by close of business, local
time on Dec. 1 to be eligible for the contest. Customers
without Internet access should visit their local I.T.T. office
to enter online. Each participating I.T.T. office will con-
duct their local contest Dec. 1-8. A list of participating
I.T.T./I.T.R. offices may be viewed at
www.ittaustralia.com. The drawing for the grand prize
will take place the week of Jan. 15 and the grand prize
winners will be notified by Jan. 24.
For more information on the local contests, visit your
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Nov. 14 and 28 for active duy
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For information on booking commander private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call te Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours '
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Reserve Drill Weekends, 3 7).m.


Call 542-3227/3682 for more information. ,
Command Holiday Card Cpnest .
Plywood now available at the Auto Sills Center
All cards turned in by Nov. LO
Winners announced Dec. 1 at the ChristmLs Tree Lighting
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Call 778-9772 for more information.
Military Family Appreciation Ctrnival
Nov. 18, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Free rides, clowns, face painting, prizes aid much more!
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Xtreme Challenge
Adventure Race coming up
Competitors are needed for the Xtreme Chdlenge Adventure
Race Dec. 7-8 at NSB Kings Bay. Ga. The event will include
kayaking, climbing, repelling, cross-country ruining, swimming,
biking, orienteering, marksmanship and team challenges.
Teams must be composed of four members including one
female. The event is open to all active duty, reservists, retirees
and Department of Defense personnel. Teams ;'e responsible for
their own gear and lodging at Kings Bay.
Winners will receive a free trip to Guantanmmo Bay, Cuba to
participate in their Xtreme Challenge Feb. 17-19. Only active duty
military members qualify for this trip. Participans must sign up by
Nov. 15.
"The Xtreme Challenge is going to be a blast! It will be two days
full of fun, competitive, physical challenges. Hopefully a NAS
Jacksonville team will bring home the trophy," said NAS Jax
Assistant Fitness Director Meghan Brophy.
For more information, call Brophy at 542-3513.

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I ask people all of the
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honesty, but they smoke
because they do not enjoy
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below the minimum limit,
they experience very
unpleasant withdrawal
symptoms. The only thing
that will alleviate these
symptoms will be a ciga-
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then replenished and the
smoker feels better Thus,
they enjoy smoking.
Nicotine when smoked
reaches the brain in less
then 10 seconds, and wears
off in about 20-30 minutes.
Too much nicotine, even
for a heavy smoker, can
make them sick, nauseated,
dizzy, etc. Most smokers
have endured this some
time in their smoking
career.
Being a successful smok-
er is like being a profes-
sional tightrope walker.
The smoker must constant-
ly maintain a balance
between these two painful
extremes of too much or too
little nicotine. The fear,
which accompanies the
beginning of smoking cessa-
tion, is that the rest of the
ex-smoker's entire life will
be as horrible as the first
few days without ciga-
rettes. What ex-smokers
will learn is that within a


short period of time, the
physical Withdrawals will
start to diminish (approxi-
mately 72 hours after their
last cigarette). Of course
that's if they go cold turkey.
Nowadays there are
numerous nicotine replace-
ment products available
that are used to detoxify
the brain of nicotine, and if
used properly can greatly
reduce these symptoms.
Many people have few if
any withdrawals when
using nicotine replacement.
First, nicotine urges will
weaken in intensity and
then become shorter in
duration. There will be
longer time intervals
between urges. It will
eventually reach the point
where the ex-smoker will
just occasionally desire a
cigarette. Those who con-
tinue to smoke will be in a
constant battle of maintain-
ing their nicotine level or
continue in that tightrope
act.
Included in this battle
are the costs of buying pack
after pack and the wear
and tear on the body of the
smoker. Four thousand;
toxic chemicals are in every
puff. A few are tobacco tar,


carbon monoxide gas,
nitrosamines (biggest cause
of lung cancer), formalde-
hyde, should I continue?
So the next time you
think of how: much you once
seemed to enjoy cigarettes,
sit back and take a serious,
objective look at why you
idealize the cigarette.
Consider the consequences
of your actions if you con-
tinue in the current smok-
ing behavior. Talk with
friends and family mem-
bers who have quit and get
tips. Then talk with friends
and family members who
did not quit and are suffer-
ing from debilitating dis-
eases such as emphysema,
heart disease and lung can-
cer. Many of you reading
this article who smoke have
loved ones who have died
from smoking or are cur-
rently dying from smoking.
They all started when they
were your age. They all
said, "I like smoking." What
they really meant was they
did not like not smoking.
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This year Is the 30th anniversary. For "mre Information call the
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A visit to the Haunted Woods


Photos by MC2(AW) Suzi Cornell
:A creepy ghoul scares some visitors during this year's Haunted Woods, sponsored by the
:Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department's Youth Activities Center Oct. 19-20. More than
:2,900 people strolled through the woods to enjoy the Halloween festivities. Winners of this
,year's Haunted Woods exhibits were Naval Hospital Jax, who placed first with their Freak
,Show exhibit; Commander Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing U.S. Atlantic Fleet in second
:place, with their Jailhouse Blues theme; and NAS Jax Security Department with a Return of
:the Living Dead scene.


A policeman entertains a group of visitors as they wait in line before entering the Haunted
Woods.


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Members from the 101st Airborne Division out of Fort Campbell, Ky., have returned home after conducting operations in
support of Operation Iraqi Freedom for the past year. The unit has teamed up with the Navy to get the AH-64 Apache
and UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters back home via United States naval ships. Blount Island Command, Jacksonville was
the first destination where the assets were unloaded, reassembled and maintenance operation checks were conducted.
Following the required checks and assembly, the helicopters were then flown to and staged at NAS Jax where the aircraft
were divided into sorties and then sent home to their respective duty stations.
"This is not our first time coming here," said 101st Aviation Brigade Officer-in-Charge Lt; Col. Christopher Wolfe, "The
dedicated relationship and cooperative support with NAS Jax to get our assets to and from the operational theatre has
been extraordinary and we prefer NAS Jax over any other instillation that we have to choose from." He continued, We
are treated here as preferred customers. The teams here are professional and extremely capable. The combined capabili-
ties that both commands can offer us makes NAS Jax the easy choice."


FFSC offers educational and support programs


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

MWR needs

sponsors for

2007
From MWR Marketing


Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
upon registration.
The following workshops are avail-
able in November:
Nov. 7, 9 a.m. noon Stress


Management
Nov. 13-16 Transition Assistance
Program (Separating)
Nov. 27-30 Transition Assistance
Program (Retiring)
Nov. 28, 9 a.m. noon Anger
Management
For further information or to regis-
ter, call 542-2766, Ext. 127.


Looking for runners
7 he Jax Air News staff will be covering the
January 2007 Walt Disney Marathon and 1/2
Marathon Jan. 6-7. If you are a Sailor, Marine,
Reservist, Department of Defense civilian.or family
member participating in these events, contact the Jax
Air News at 542-4877 or 542-3531 or via email at jax-
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SPORTS & STANDINGS


Photo by MC2(AW) Regina Brown
AW2(AW) Chris Burns of HS-3, competes in the push-up competition Oct. 18 at the Fitness
Source as Recreation Aide Desiree James keeps count.


Push-up challenge winners


Basketball leagues forming
The Greybeard and Captain's Cup Basketball
Leagues are now forming. The leagues are open
to all NAS Jax active duty, command Department
of Defense personnel and selective reservists.
Greybeard games are played Tuesdays and
Thursday at 11:15 a.m. and noon. Entry forms
and rosters are due by tomorrow. All interested
personnel should contact the athletic department
to get the required paperwork to join the leagues.
Racquetball tourney coming up
A Turkey Shoot Men and Women's Racquetball
Tourney will be held Nov. 13-17. The tournament
is free and open to all authorized gym patrons
over 18. There will be a recreational division and
a competitive division for men and an open divi-
sion for women. Matches played in evening start-
ing at 5 p.m. Winners receive turkeys. Call NAS
Jax Gymnasium to sign up by Nov. 7.
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. Represent U.S.
Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and/or triathlons?
The U.S. Navy will showcase elite active duty
men and women in regional races. Uniforms are


provided as well as 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 24:0d
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:0d
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 rur,
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 Fall Volleyball


Team
VP-45 Gold
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VP-45 Blue
ASD
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Standings
As of Oct. 20
Wins Losses
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5 4
3 5
1 7


Male:
29 and under
Stephen Murphy 100
Stephen Chartier 100
30-44
Oliver Colombine 117
45+
Mark Seidl 83


Female:
29 and under
Jennifer Stewartz 53
30-44
Liva Moore 50
45 +
Barbara Liriano 47


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Photo by Shannon Leonard
Cmdr. Ron White of Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11 participates in a push-
up contest at the Fitness Source Oct. 18 as Amanda Steele, Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) fitness intern and Stephen Anthony, MWR recreation aide, count and judge the con-
test. T-shirts were awarded to the male and female winners from three different age groups.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30
p.m. The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
S4332 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.
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..
A golf tournament spon-
sored by the NAS Jax Chief
Petty Officers Association, will
bW held Nov. 2 at 8 a.m. at the


NAS Jax Golf Course. For more
information, email mikel.hall@
navy.mil or Patrick.campbell@
navy.mil.
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 First Coast Black
Nurses Association, Inc. is
having its first Diabetes
Symposium Nov. 4 at Shands
Jacksonville, Tower II, 10th
floor. For more information, call
542-7748.
A Florida Fall Heroes
Banquet will be held Nov. 10 at
7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn in
Mandarin. For more information
call 535-0747 or visit
www.floridafallenheroes.org.
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.
A Military Appreciation
Luncheon is being hosted by
the Jacksonville Chamber of
Commerce Nov. 13 at 11:30
a.m. at the Hyatt Regency
Jacksonville Riverfront. For
more information on tickets and
to register, call 366-6600, Ext.
7610. Attendees must register
by Nov*6.


Baseball tryouts being held for 9-year-olds

T he 2007 NAA Travel Baseball Team at Normandy Athletic Association is
holding baseball tryouts for 9-year-old skilled baseball players Nov. 11
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1728 Lindsey Road, Jacksonville.
Bring your baseball equipment and be ready for a practice session, skills test
and make some new friends. Call John at 962-7222 with any questions and to
confirm a tryout spot.




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RE/MAX Specialists SALE Bad credit OK, SPRINGFIELD 2048sf, 4W2 Realtors
904-716-3387 CBC050222NOymentdeydonua Historical beauty move orr- 0412417
1st. Call Mike 779- 6900 in ready. Renovated ir.
TICKETS 2006, Ir ..coy. frntp..orot po ..
reEPrAa I '' '"O T" v new kit/bthrms, Snr- .-.. ..
I /r Area NORTHSIDE- Moveto hwfirs, shed. Bulldat.ie '". .S".' ..... ,
L k r these immnc, dbeuty, 3/2, your lot. 2/1, upgrade to lot incl'd. ASKINc-
Loo.k fr orthanese I|, 3.' for d.'/p" -'-.* ... 2K3br. 13006f 0s -.Ow 2' I-iK OBO Apeorai.ed
advertismein the HO7 E FINDE "-1t19- ORB O Et.'A ugine1E0SRE0
advertisement ; '. ""- J. !l i ". NORTHSIDE, FOR SALE co
Merchandise REALTY221'1711 uo- B,. ... ... .t A ug s .in '...
section of the or-241 -5601 i6. ,, F,-is : 0J.i ..- .62 i ,.
Classified ^ /. .- NORTHSIDE Brick 2300s. WESTSIDE, FOR SALE
ORANGE PARK SOUTH 3.' .'2 on 1 2 acre. 1000.1 OR RTO i:0 .10 a"n >211111 neem. ,
it1,2'2 aproy irA1fl, pool d"e'-- iiet cred a r. qgame rim, "...r r.n.. c 'a2, .:., i cr ,i GdK a
ana hoal tub move in .-_ noTuo,jbo.e grnd loo.-l .'-.r,:-a a'.-i Cali D
Aborlign Allernfaive. cond. home darr grcal $ %5'&228K. 4 e 3.5 P,oo ,.,r ,:oH. n Sriem ua
,hod and schools .. ...
" eLL XPENEI P AI,D" New Constnruction in San Mlateo $192.000 coa .... 1r tuatd home -
Y.,sr.. i c..ior, For..Iii. ,ORANGE PK .n.r.-..,.. IC
JachaI ksoD r 2..... .... 3 bedroom 2 bath Stucco home ith 2 car ROCK BOTTOM create fondaon. This -
J3.o A0s46C, ror.00 34, 3. ...-. garage. 1530 sq. ft. Custom 2 YrNew Hm, 4/3,2400SF home hia 3 bedrooms
CASH FOR HOUSES Complet ion August 2006. Call MaryDeal and 2 baths with 1570
REALEO) FL IRC ,a,'' -L,' .', Call Today For Details (904) 616-9741 SQ. fe.t of living spa(:e._
....ALmN:-Y,,, -'..i ? 102 Tallw ood. San lMateo and a 16x.Pl0II front patio.
Accident' Arr:l. Divrce.' ,ORA,GE FPARK Owner, Realtor Buying a Home? .MitU.li in d 15 ,trer
AAA AllornEv Rctrra, Si:uFi'rl:. nin Contayoura VA) ar
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.... 53 J.1r. .10.4 ,oi .,r"Laurie M. Potter p srfuiI;tartor lhlme. Seller uiIJ pay buyer losing cost (up

'Br r efinarcingoart (O(NEIVREA.LITR) for additional information. $119,900. 'm
Laurie for any of your U
H o m e 's 904) 732-6011 financingr, eeds,,ricluding Urn]iHu mphries
Cell (904) 463-2065 VA. FHA, tlonlle equity or T
Baker'Countyt' I ,'6""' o-Bonn,, Realtq. In Bus
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NalaCounry CBeauT 3B 5613-2 San Jose Blvd HOME LOANS
sa1un, B ui/R .B. I Jacksonville. FL 32207
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Putnam Counit'
St. Johns Coulty
Georgia
Out of Area


ARGYLE near NASJAX,
FSBO, 4/2, corner lot,
approx 1900SF, sunrm,
fen, formal Liv, Din, all
appi stay, tile, new car-
- pet, move in condition,
$215,000. Call 904- 705- 1593
S BLACK
CREEK
* It 1.33 acres, Bulkhead,
goes to St. Johns River, 3/2,
1835sf, alarm,intercom, Irg.
- great room, and deck, huge
oaks, new roof & carpet.
904. 307- 0121


Exclusive Gated
Community of
Orange Park
Country Club. I
STni nioniit f.turps I
an in ground pool,
Inew TRANEe a/c,
new gutters, and
custom fence,
screened patio,
master suite/w
custom shower,
eat. in kitchen, formal
dining, and great
room, all situated on
a 117'X144' lot with
towering majestic
oak trees. $347,000
For Information or
Appointment
PI ease Call
904-272-5200 or
904-699-1724





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STurlnnlrlq 4/ IumiTe, large Oi..rler' u suite
exltended i'rnqilh 3 car garage, isih land
SCa nI-ig ..ild 1lri,.d bak- brd witl b c
paino $295,01J This homp is a must see
It's immaculate Call TODAYI
Liz Bobeck, ,iio wu'
(904) 210-6399 Coi0l
(904) 388-5005 Offiro
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1,2,3 BEDROOM 1-295 to Roosevelt Blvd (Hwy 17) North. Left on Avent Dr.
0HOMES Community is directly on the right. (904) 291-8380
K T Model Hours: Mon. 11-7 *Tues., Wed., & Sat. 10-7 Sun. 11-5
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JULINGTON CREEK
PLANTATION-. FSBO 4/3,
cul-de-sac home, pre-
serve area, hdwd firs. Ira
lanai w/scrn endl. pool
lacuzzi $449K. 904-343.6621
JULINGTON CREEK Exec
Home, 3200sf, 4/3,
Fairway, LEASE-PURCH
$2250-2750 JeanMartin
Realty 813-5010/
545 1276
Julinglon
Creek Plantation
3/2 274k
The Broxson Team
RE/MAX Specialists
904.7163387
Ponte Vedra FSBO 3br/2b
1370sf, g3r. fnc ,
,'-ri n o ut .* ldes C
$324..,00 90.1 280 5325
PONJTE VEDR, 5 Au9
.' .0l.. r. .,c. & ror.o r. .


ST. AUGUSTINE Palencla
A non quallnfylngI, iod
down 5/4, 2car garage,
2800sf, $3495m. 280- 1.60




DAYTONA BEACH Conao:,
Ocean view, kit, kicdie
cubby, new carpet & AC.
$139,900 386.804.2701
GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
1.6 acres of prim-
mountain proper .
located in western NC
inside a pristir.
established gat.e
comm. $65K call or,
ics 800-563-8590 a'k
for Vicki or Jean l
gatewaymountain.com
LAKE CITY 4.6ac. Ccn-..
mercial Inten. $340K .-,
-90 frontage. Near 1-75,
1-10, FL 100. 386-755-0306
SLAKE THURMOND/
CLARKS HILL LAKE
LAKE FRONT LOTS
STARTING AT $59K.
NEW PROPERTY RELEASE
ON SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 4, 2006.
CALL TOLL FREE
FOR MORE INFO
88&-565-5883
OR 864-965-9035.

SOUTH CAROLINA
HUNTING TRACTS
15 tracts ranging from
200 to 900 a:res
offered for nale in the
Aiken & Barn.'.ell area
Great inves-men eroo
erty. Call 478 361 5202
TALLAHASSEE Nle. 3. 3
condo, all apl. o0
campus, $149.M95 Call
813-309-2422
TIMBERLAND SALE
41,530 Acres.
140 tract,.
39 court 'es.
GA, NC, &. VA
Exc. opporurn, itoI
invest in timberland
404362.8244
St. Regis Paper Co, LLC
www.stregispaper.com
VA Land: 23 acres
river front $89K; also NC
land: 40 acs, pond, $149K
Pics: 919-693-8984 or
owner@newbranch.com






Waterfront

For Sale

Baker Waterfront
Clay Waterfront
Duval Oceanfront
Duval Waterfront
Nassau Oceanfront
Nassau Waterfront
Putnam Waterfront
St. Johns Waterfront
St. Johns Oceanfront
St. Johns Intracoastal
St Johns Marsh Front




Allonlic Bch 3 ,. T,aol i.
m a.,r :r. li ', lin. i J :. : ,
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BROWARD RIVER
MIN TO ST. JOHNS
3/2 PERFECT, boatlift,
$329k 904- 704-3777
DOCTORS LAKE -dock &
pool $650,000 Realty
Executives, Michelle
Akser, Realtor 705-9200
INTRACOASTAL W. 4/2.5
pool intercoastal creek,
'2 acre. bulkhe3d. dock
250,o i. $599.000
904 223 4332, 37a 5122
INTRACOASTAL W.
Ashley Woods 3. 2 2064 i
700. decA pro.', loi
I Sac $299K. 220 4797




INTERLACHEN, FL ...ner
slailing .D7e0caculUlr
I 4Sc building lio.. J00
.:,n spring lea -an r.d o
r-r,. Il.e. "3 6 84-35680

To advertise
in the military
publicalhons
disa;buted at the
l1oal base; in
the arer
Please call
904- 359433
Fa, 904 366-6230.


Condos


For Sale

Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County






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INTRACOASTAL FSBO
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REGENCY WOOD
CONDOMINIUMS $148.900
310 2 Cl r.C..-. it
.I 'St 6,07 226
SOUTHSIDE i.:..,:.-.
Grove, 1481SF, 3/2, 1st
fir, garage, gated, all
opel, never occupied.
$220K. Call 904-221-1859
WETSIDE Orange Park
2/2, Timber Run, almost
new construction off
103rd. St. all appi
remain, high def satel-
lite for local channels
ncl. $125,990. Call Lee
553-4804




Duplex/

Townhome

For Sale

Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County






FLEMING ISL FSBO 3/2,
r ar.t rr c n fir Ia r.
C ... :.. :.C3C.3,:.
OAK LEAF lak. e iron. alli
imer-.ites. 3 2 5 lr..5iF
sale, or r-, t ,22S, S ir
I1300.nr-.. Coil 5 38 -9







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Investment

Income
Property
For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County





NORTHSIDE 1600+sf, Irg
lot MH 3/2, LR, DR, fP.
6531 Bobo Link $65,000
904-838-7194/904-621 -7860




Lots and

Acreage

For Sale

Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County

Fot advaillslng nLonitD .

please caB 9n04 $54336.
I Fax 904-366-230.


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- Debbie
Harmon
757-362-4799

tL.-. 2


Baker County 1.2 oc high
& dry, fish pond, ready
for homes and M H,
owner fin. or 10% cash
discount. 9042598256




MIDDLEBURG FSBO
4+-iac, improved & pond
$05K 3ac corner lot, high
& dry $75K Roger 5458757



ARLINGTON
Ft. Caroline area, acre,
1it5ft .7)^f+ A-i-,l i





Manufactured
Homes
For Sale

Baker County
Clay County
Duva] County
Nassau Count,
Purnam County
St. Johns County





CLAY Di.IO L IASSAII
..
Call Mr. Lewis iu-a36s
MIDDLEBURG/HWY 218
BANK REPO
'96, 16x66, 3/2, must be
moved. $7500. 614-7927
MIDDLEBURG
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres In
Middleburg/ Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
Save Thousands I
CALL (904) 291 2735
MIDDLEBURG


CALL TODAY 291 0716
AMIDDLEBURG
MOVING' MUST SELL!

lt.. 0.:r -.. ,Cr,- lr,
Coall Mr Bradle
674 1862 or 271 1.100
S0OR 0I 6R ON I OR 1.10RE
SaCRES Nuu FItJANCING
DEYCOR RLTY : 1;2.5 OR
.rd ,. c Sl .L ELLSOUTH |I ET




BEACHES
AFFORDABLE HOMES
NEAR BEACH
2,3&4BR 10min to the
beach. Starting at $12,9001
home comm 904-223-7606
CLAYTON '97 3/2, stove/




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HOMESTSI OF DERIT 4;66







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NAn. :- .000 6ar.r 20.r
WESTSIDE
A GREAT STARTER
HOME !!
Pay sales tax moves you In.
l 771-905Sor....r 9..2-1086d,







Ask for Emma.
WESTSIDE
A GREAT STARTER
Pay salet ne moves you in.
xr1-s.55 or 962-108n r





Ask for Emma.

WESTWESTSIDEDE
New already setup
Ask for Em780ma.N





PAYMENTS UNTIL
MARCH*07.CALL
1A GREAT STARTER





WITHOME !!
PUR771-905 or 962-1086
3/2 In great IocaUMn



$500dn. $7a0mo. NO
MARCH'07. CALL






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RandH

Walker
757.-450-6820


A 3 OR 4 BR ON 1 OR MORE
ACRES. 100% FINANCING
SEYCOR RLTY 4774225 OR
JOHNSALES8BELLSOUTH.NET
SELLING YOUR
MOBILE HOME? TOP
CASHII Old or Now or
Assume Loan. Call
730.8606




NASSAU, CLAY, & DUVAL
Land Homes Packages!
$980 Down $595 Month
Call Mr. Lewis 783-8385


Misc.
Real
Estate

Out of Area
Bed and Breakfast
Manufactured
Homes
lime Share
Real Estate Wanted
House Plans
Miscellaneous




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all conditions OK
GET CASH 904.677.6374
$$ ATTN SELLERS$$
ayn, sl.7 7area price
got reairs? Stress?
311 Ccndiltirons O'K
GET CASH 904.677.6374
ANGELO BUYS
HOUSES CASH !
An, cGna. nana,man.
lire a3maged.
distressed, .,cank or
ieccuplea. N1,fiHERE.
AN' CONDITION
Apis. 'comm'nl 'resider-[-st
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL II
Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904 813 5253
Sell As Is 2day
Arn. i: lon. ,_,.,rolt,.2r,i
N.. tqut> CK. 673 2717










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Rooms to Rent
Wanted to Rent





SClay County O.P.
2. Lurnishedurrsnd
S iraround pool.
SI I160-, mcrr.th
]904,1 613 33,35.
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Wanted to Rent




ORANGE PARK Rent or
rent to own. Ne. 2.'2 5
Trnhse. ,ariage.. _1tea
i.I 1Om 90A 613 .11l2




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Clay County OP-


FLEMING ISL /Fleming
Isl. Elementary. 2450sf,
4/3, new paint & crpt,
fenced $1400m. 887-8768
Fleming Island/ Eagle
Harbor 4/2 Avail Dec.
'06 hdwd firs, $1500mo
No pets. 904-264.1733
Fleming Island Brand
New Home 4/2, 1800SF,
2 car garage, pets ok,
$1250mo. 477. 6311
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
new home 3/2, 1940sf, 2
car gar., kit eqpt fncd
$1100m+$1100dep.
387-4151 or 781-1339
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -3/2,
gar. 1500s., like new rent or
RTO Sil00mo. S179k.L Guar
Fin. Sik min down.
Call 904- 276-6446
LAKE ASBURY 3, or 1 3C
%l lO0m0.. Walk tc. A
aChis & st.re;. tall,
reno.aied90-O. 718 4114
MIDDLEBURG SIv-r
Creek i 3 c.r. .
:,:.n-._ ..::,I r-u l :r.l:

ORANGE PARK FLEM,
ING ISLAND R-.il i.:.
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ORANGE PARK ri.,
? 1 I 1;11-.1 I 1 .3 I .:
1:.5.3 c -31l 16' 2: 1
ORANGE PARK Executive
home 3 3. LR DR. FR.
quiet Dr'S Lake loc
uge ,dd d care turn
$1500lm-dp. 26441.J1
Orange
Park :jBR 26-
n S', l.', PF :'.,: or
,*oro 1r3 ..' :l-: ,ry,?
.a r. r a3r ,ir no,,'.,-
Fir :piaa., rinu lu, 8
security system. Fridgae,
dishwasher, fenced
yard. Call: (904)-542-3531
Orange Park, Eagle Har-
bor Best value for price
3/2, comm amen $1250m
7mo+ lease 282-8301
ORANGE PARK Oakleaf
New 4/2+ 2600+, water
front, w/d, lanai, no snmk
/pets. $1650mo. 505-3648
ORANGE PARK -3/2/2,
short term lease avail
$995 + dep. 904-806-1988
ORANGE PARK 3/2, Irg
fenced yd, everything
new, near A+ schools.
$1000m 904-514-0388
ORANGE PARK 1576
Slash Pine Ct. So. 4/2,
$975mo + $975 dep. Nr.
school, fncd yd, new pnt/
cpt, Call 904- 287-4101


Need a Place NORTHSIDE
To Hang $575-4780
Your Hat? 1, 2 & 3 BR's
Available
9-4757.0240
Ashle v Park
Apartments

RIVERSIDE -Ig2/1, w/d,
fpic, wd firs, hi ceilings,
ceiling fans, d/w,
$725nmo. 904-307-3010
RIVERSIDE Lrg 1br up
stairs, small balcony,
hw firs 1314-1316 Sydney
PI $500+dep 386-659-2427
SAN MARCO
I & 2 BR Special!
CALL 396 9492
SAN M.ARCO LOFTS
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SAN MARCO
Lure 2br r,,r r.3 Iir.


ST. JOHNS CO. 3-2.5. Ti-i
Sder. ar new. ail nelW
a (i. -.200mri
CI 904 249 J4146
WESTSIDE
2iR DUPLEX FENCED YD
NO AD HOOKUP QUIET'
REF REQUIRED i76 20;
WESTSIDE .. i 1,:
0 .. ,.'C mr3_ .: ie .'.- ,
n.uuuP fto"--i0o + m0
,3- r.:. a.:..35 .2 .",65
WSIDE 2br Newly Remod.
W D conn $665mo. move- In
Special. Seaboard Oaks
Call Frances 904-778-9836



ARLINGTONC APTIVA
To Wnhoma 2,2.5, w/d
$1250m. Possible lease
purchase 723.0033/614.9355
ARLINGTON Move in
Speclall New 2/2,
vaulted ceilings, patio,
gated, W/D. 607-4873
SArlington Condo-
New, 2/2 Condo in
Merrill Pines.
1,118SF, 2nd floor
unit w/washer & dryer.
No Deposit, $950/mo.
696.7968.
ATLANTIC BCH Miravista
New 3/3, 2050 SF, 1 car
gar, unfurn, 1st fir,
1950 904-472.4682
BAYMEADOWS Deerwood
3/2, 1530sf, all new, fplc,
lanai, No Smk/ Pets
$1095mo. Call 5053648
BAYMEADOWS Brick 3/2
1500sf, many upgrds, pool
comm. $1200m Avail
11/1.904.509.2262 Ken
BEACHES
One Month Free
Newly renovated
2 & 3 Bedroom Condos
located on Beach Blvd.


MIDDLEBURG
3/2 mobile home, $660mo 1 Br/Loft starting $929
+ dep. 2815 Howard Rd. 2 Br starting $1050
Call 904-282-1998 3 Br starting $1200
Must move in by 10/31


ORANGE PARK -
Share large
2-story home with
poo1. Cable &
phone in furnished
room. $400 inc utilities
& deposit. 612-6646
SINGLE FEMALE
Looking for indi
home in Middle
burg. $500 (inc util).
571-5314 after 5 pm.




FLEMING ISLAND
600SF suite turn, much
Incl. with pool $450 +
dep. Call 610-9512
FLEMING ISLAND turn,
Ig rm, DSL, cable, bills,
incl. $300 + dep. 269-8608
leave message
Orange Park Effic, furn,
sm refrig, microwave,
cable,off street parking,
$100 de + 395 mo
A ali noa Ca 21 2-9416a










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MANDARIN RIVERSIDE
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EFFIC I00WVK. Aot
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Northside Newly Renov
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$1F1E0 /Emo nEt ho. NaiEer Ave. HUDE OK,
9 0 904-613-3335. Offi $650+dep 619.316,4644
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Organization:


ARLINGTON -3/2, Frig,
stove, fncd yd, 6315 Col-
umbine $1000mo, $1000
dep. Call 744-0889




ARGYLE
3/2, LR, DR, FAMILY ROOM,
SPLIT BDRM, FENCED YD
REF REQ $995/MO. 778-2897
ARGYLE 3/2, SPLIT BDRMS,
VAULTED CLNGS, AVAIL 11/1
NO PETS. HIS & HERS VANITIES
REF REQ $1050/MO. 860-7219
ARLINGTON $1050
.no r I mo d.ep
b L3. 2, r. a rd M, o goa
floor., n ground
p.3ao l.fnced ,ard. 5 car
dr.,!veay. Call Robert
Meggs 904 234 3652
ARLINGTON New home
for lease w/opLt to buy.
3 25. gar. new appis.
Close 2 JUFCCJ 710 4790
ARLINGTON 1 l nr.
r.ma o r,,. ir, i



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Arlinglon Home.
It 14,0r. i I
Cula,? Oi: i:')S, p
ia,? n lhcor::aroefi '. Deoa'

386 JB58
Arlinglon a 2 near mall &
Uri. ,r i .62'1 -. 26
763' Maore *.e i ,"'r0 +
ae 24J 63J7 '86 i3'6 J111
ATLANTIC BEACH'
MAYPORT 2 2. |aculzl.
Cr.eA, $.850294 3223
Avondale 2/1 ch/a, w/d,
wood firs, fncd yrd, Irg
strg, nr Boone Prk, pets
ok $900m 904-725-1036
AVONDALE 2/1 $795
ch&aFplace/lcargar/fence
d Near shops/equipt kitch
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
BAYMEADOWS 3/2
great location. Call for
more info 904-982.9378
or 404-606.4198 $1350m
BRENTWOOD -2/1,
with lease option, $750
800-901-9866 or
904-759-6858
E. Arl/Intercoastal home
In Ashley Woods lust
min frm bchs. 3/2 fen
yd, loc inCul.de-sac, WD
Incl, 2 car Gar, scr prch,
Pets ok, 1950sf $1650
mo/dep $1000. A must
see! 12346 Wavy- leaf
Ct. (904) 982-2820
GREEN COVE New
home 3/2, 1940sf, 2 car
gar, kitchen equip,
fenced.$1 100m+$1100dep
387-4151 or 781-1339*
SHouse for Rent-
Beautiful 2 story
1/house, fenced
backyard,
$1,050/month. Must
seel 7687391 or


Monterey Condominiums 571-8719, 15 into NAS
904-642-3504 INTERCOASTAL 2/2, Ig
living rm, fen back yd, 1
Intercoastal- car gar. $925mo, $950
F S B : 2 / 2 + dep. Call 904-945-9288
-I garage, beautiful, 2
yr old condo in INTERCOASTAL WEST
gated community. 4/2, pool, $1600mo;
Appliances included. 3br/2ba $1350mo short
$165k. (904).9280-066 term avail. 904-742-6230
INTRACOASTAL W. 3/2 INTERCOASTAL EXEC
Great price $950m. HM 5/4, 2 car gar, fncd
Gated, top fir, close to bkyrd $1875/mo + dep,
everything. 904@535-4375 $35 app fee 904-241-6568
JACKSONVILLE BEACH INTRACOASTAL WEST
oceanfront 2/2.5, 1400sf, Isle Palms, 3/2, 1450 SF,
nice pool, $1085m/$700d pool, gar, W/D, $1500mo.
No smk/pets. 241-2653 + dep. Call 904-571-9481
JAX BCH OCEANFRONT JAX BCH/Riptide 3/2,
Brand new end unit 1700sf, w/d, hdwd firs,
w/spectacular northern updated kit., beautiful
views 3/3.5 2525sf bkyd, outdr speakers, .
garage, gated, 2 pools. $1700m. 904465-1310
$4250m. 904-962-6161
JAX BEACH OCEAN VIEWS LAKESHORE 3/1, great
NEW 3/2,20' balcony, cond, $900mo. pets ok,
granite, S/S appIs, pool Call 962-8742
$2275m. 904-651-1012 MA N D A R I N -Great
SMandarin-2/2, many neighborhood, 3/2. fplc,
upgrades, great 2 car gor, carpet, no
Mandarin location. pets, $1089mo Call
Gated, all appli- 535-2615
on.-s iCurii, Tiem,.
coi,'. 0,-,a .I-o>l MANDARIN-GREAT
Re.3J-a i1 ?l, i HOUSE IN GREAT
,9.1.:, ,1 i6 NEIGHBORHOOD! 3/2.
1600 SQ FT. NEW
MANDARIN I VINYL SIDING.
4r4 JI ,1PECpOI,. WASHER. DRYER.
I 1. Pro, gorled /,a I DISHWASHER,
,-all a 0,io00 MICRO, TILE FOYER,
KITCHEN, DR,
CARPET ALLOW-
Merrill Pines/9A ? 2.,a ANCE. GREENHOUSE.
,..c,' or -:.'ia ,n r FENCED YARD, READY
i,: ,:,m+,,e., a-. ,'":- TO MOVE IN NOW!
$224.900 CALL
PONTE VEDRA BEACH 537-8313
OCEAN GROVE 1/1+Loft,
Overlooks pool, on lake.
Must rent, $1000m.
Andy 904-588-4295; MANDARIN 3/2 spa-
Ken 904-251 5370 cious house 1800sf, 2 car
goar, appls, Julington
SOUTHSIDE CONDO'S Forest $1275. 904-962-2418
1st months rent free!
Key Realty Advisors MANDARIN Clean 3/2
904-726 0450 Twnhm, end unit on lake.
Appi. inc, no smkr/pets
SOUTHSIDE near the 1cgar.$1095m.287-9507
beaches, r/d1gw/te, MARIETTA 2/1 $775 ch&a
$885mo. 404-434-4719 2 car ear, Ig yd, hw firs
porch, water Inc[, fenced
SOUTHSIDE PT Meadows VANSANDT RE 389-3540
2BR/2BA, dual masters.
all apple, 2 ears new, NORTHSIOE For rent
$925mo, 619-2063433 with lease purchase
option 4/1, $109,900, $2000
SOUTHSIDE Esplanad at down/ $800 mo.,
St Johns TC New 1/1, 904-377-8732
pool balcony granite/ SS
apple $1000mo 994-1188 NORTHSIDE Duplex 3/2
Newly remodeled, Lrg
SOUTHSIDE/II Vilagio- back yard. $675m 8786)
3/2 Lease w/opt to buy. 287-2869 904 219 .8316
Edlemo. $240,000.5-2947 NORTH SI DE/Oceanway
Edie 954-605-2947 Nice 2br. Ig fenced yd,
SOUTHSIDE Stonebrldge LR, DR, kit, Ig storage
3/2 immac, grades bidg, $850+ sec.
wood/ tile frrs. lake 904-225-8010 251-4927
view, $1200mo 23-7.9151

WESTSIDE
NATURES HIDE GREAT HOMES
AWAY, 6&, Liondln,3 SEEKING GREAT
61A.,a 22 -.0e3 a.-l PEOPLE
.n :4tlo. nNewly Remodeled
SExellenI Prop M-m-I

S 300 Move-In Special
Dupex/Northside, Paxson,
Murray Hill Areas.
I no eNO HUD.
SCall Seve G Titus
r lRlca eSolutions 904-687-4962
Allanlic Beach2 -2 Nortnilld
To,.r.hou-e, ne..l,. e7041 Alan Ave 3/1 775I
Serr.mo Cdi,, r,3 m10607 llhacaDr2 /1 50
otco:n i',166, n, 1.ali 9176 Madison Ave 2/11S700
i .25 1n 6 6 1 3 r 9131 Adam Ave 11/1 650 U
J21 /1.?292 I PCI Murray Hil
4845 Louisa Terr 3/1 95 m
MAYPORT; OD'.pi ncnr 4B127 Louisa Terr 31 $I15
2cA. Irc-ni .rcn rg I 481 Louisa Terr 3/1 S77S
0.C.. D:K. ,. j -.m 3 1 Slimson 531 3n S m
O"n ,ili >n:l1 n ,: 2. i. IS9 Randolph 5 2/

y Orange Park near Arg leI
Hous sEIBm e rdan one 4,'2.
Upgrades alorel
$13mo 2 6 9889
ARLINGTON 3/1, water ORTEGA 1/1 Cottage $650
front views, hdwd firs, w&d, hu/storage/cozy
apple incl. 1 acyd, brick, Near shops and grocery
Fp, $1100mo. 219-7924 VANSANDT RE 389-3540


Ponts Vedra E. of A1A 3/2 +
ofc 2000sf., court yrd pool,
lawn/pool svc Incl. pets ok.
$1900. 904- 703-0242
WESTSIDE, FOR SALE
OR RTO $350 dn. to own
your hm. Bad/good credit ok
All areas avail. Call KD
Properties 904.566-6265
SEABOARD AVE. 3/2
$895 V1300SF 1 Car Gor ch&o
Kit Equip, Fenced Back Yd.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Southside 3/1 3,gar, near
Beach Blvd Pvt yd stor-
age avail immed $995 +
sec 904.287.2727 / 982-2106
SOUTHSIDE -2/1, condo,
$725mo. Atl Bch 2/2,
$800mo. O.P. 2/2.5,
$800mo. 349 1360
SAN JOSE -1300sf, 3/2,
new crpt, great quiet
neighborhood, $1S0Smo.
904-742-6686
TARA WOODS 3/2 $1195
2 Car Gar, Pool, 1682SF, Den,
Kit Equipped, Fenced Yard.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Westside 3/1.5, 5 min.to
NAS, ch&a, wd hkup, Irg
fence yd, carport, no
pets $860mo. $860dep
avail 11/1.904-910-8212
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PRK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET!
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897
WESTSIDE -3/2/2 w/appi,
on man-made lake
w/dock, CH/A, must see.
$900 dep/$900m.
904-207-5816 Iv msge.
WESTSIDE 3BR HOMES
Starting at $795.
Zenith Realty Inc.
904.215.0676
WESTSIDE off Cassadt
2br, den, din rm, car-
port, CH&A, laundry
rm, $750mo. 384-1158
WESTSIDE Marietta 3/2
brick, fnc yd, kit equip,
quiet $850m+ $500dep.
783-6800 / 237-5598

$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388.1208




mUm

ERA
REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms
$450 -$1695
In the
Following Areas:
Northside
Oceanway
Downtown
Riverside
Arlington
Southside
Argyle
Westside

CALL 757 -3466
FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS
www.ERADANJONES.com





ST. AUGUSTINE 2 & 3BR
$500-$595 new interior
ch&a, wd hu, Beefalo VIg
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
WESTSIDE /BALDWIN
Nice 3/2 in quiet park, no
pets, no HUD, bkground
check. $600m/$600 sec.
Large shed 904-233-4417
W04 26. 2G42


Bu, your new home now*
an receive $1000 for
early nolay3 shopping
spree E-Z tinancing
Call Sandy 695-2255



Arlington Room
Tmate Wanted. 3/2,
ml.hardwood floor,
in ground pool,
fenced yd, Rooms are 1
mo. dep & $400 or $450.
Call Robert Meggs
904-234-3652.
INTRACOASTAL W. Nice
Irg rm, pool, Refs req'd.
$475m. 707-291-6624
NORTHSIDE -9A &
PULASKI for beautiful
new TH, $425 476-0140
NS MAYPORT 8
miles from. 3/2
tL hom e. $ 5 2 5
includes all. Call
home 223-1843, cell
571-5215. Great deal.
SWESTSIDE HOME
to share 3BR/2BA.
15 min. to NAS Jax,
-No Pets. $525.00.
591-5532

WESTSIDE 295/103rd.Nice
Furn home, non smoker,
$450m+1/2util. 777.5955

WESTSIDE M/F furn/
unfurn pvt rm, Internet
uils 1.495mo. 904.303 1234




Arlinglon 1
in gr.:u. &:.r l


'-i Ao^,i'8



utilies include,
10fl, O- r40 i, b, 2C.rC,,
KINGS INN Svu4) 7?9 !66r
R Orleg-oNear NAS
utilities Included.






also have washer/dryer.
CallC (904)3m 6-0207Co

Coil (904)3B6-0207.


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PALENCIA 3/2 end unit
scrn patio, gated pool,
Incl catv, DSL & water,
$1195m. 904962-6161
PONTE VEDRA 2/2 1 car
garage, FP, W/D, beach
access, $1200mo Call
273-8047
PONTE VEDRA BCH 1/1,
5* amenities. New SS
apples, granite, fpl, lanai
overlooks lake ,Walk to
bch.$975m. 553.9886




PONTE VEDRA
SAWGRASS
LOADED LUXURY
uiet privacy 3/2,
650mo. 463.3074





BEACHES Ponta Vedra,
off A1A, 3/2, 1500 SF,
fence yd, great cond.
$1200m. 904-993-6880

JULINGTON CREEK PLANT
3/2, 2 car gar, eat in kit,
nice loc. tennis, comm
pool, great schools
$1180mo 525-6133
Ponte Vedra 24hr guard
gated. 4BR+study 4BA.
heated splash pool,
granite+stainiess kit,
amenities+bike to bch,
sm pets ok. $2200m
904-434-7825/904-424-5363
SOUTH PONTE VEDRA
4br/2.5ba w/ocean &
coastal views. $2000m
Avail Nov. 678 860-7478
SR 207 &1-95 County golf
course, 3/2, 2 car gar, 25
mins to Jax. $1150 mo.
+ dep. 904-588-8653
ST. AUGUSTINE/Palencia
4/3,lyr old, hdwd firs.
cathedral ceilings, 2 car
garage, many upgrades.
$2400m. INCLUIVE.
904.819.9358
kellyhalkett@rogers.com
ST. AUGUSTINE/World
Golf Village-New 5/3 on
lake. Lease Purchace
$1499+dp. 904-422-6743
VILANO, Beachwalk 2/2,
Garden tub; scrn porch,
deck on lagoon, 2 car
gar; $1300m 321.287.5062.








Businesses for Sale
Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
Office Space For
Sale
Retail Space for Sale
Office Space for
Rent
Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
Retail for Rent
Storage/Mini
Lockers




John Turner Butler &
Phillips Starting at $375,
utils incd GOING FASTII
Call Rod 343-8922



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Businesses for Sale
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Industrial for Sale
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Rent
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Industrial for Rent
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Storage/Mini
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nuColSo ,,1 -The i3'Sn 5,
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Duval Coun t






MANDARIN HOT DEAL!
1900SF Ofc/ 1000SF
irhse for lease, per
lect location on sun
beam Rd. ONLY SO10/SF
This offer won't last.
Call no,% 251 5392 or
538 0110 ask for Bron
NEAR ALLTEL
BUILDING
1DIK to staalum, 2500ST.
$1150mo. 904-568-4677





BAYMEADOWS/9A Lg
office with open work
area $1400 mo small $600
mo. Call 234-3600 ext 82
LOWNDES CO., GA
All in 1 solution for your
Valdosta Satellite office.
Call 229-247-0877


NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location]
(904) 998-9339

SAN MARCO
7850sf for Sale/ Lease
1444 Home St. off Hen-
dricks Ave. Behind lofts.
$750,000 or $3000/mo.
Easton. Sanderson. &
Co. 356-2228 Realtor
RESTAURANT OR OTHER
ROOSEVELTIATLANTIC
103RD 288-8500






Business
Opportunities
*Distributorships/
Franchises
Fictitious Names
Financial Services
Money to Lend or
Borrow
Mortgages Bought
andSold



CONVENIENT STORE
Sale by owner. Serious
hbuers only. 904-221-0064


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EST. MASSAGE CLINIC
$25K obo. Financing avi.
w/dwn payment 303.2108


Join Pinch A Penny Pool,
Patio, Spa. America's
largest retail pool sup-
ply franchise.
*NEW locations avail .
Training and Marketing
support included.
www.pinchopenny.com
or 727-531-8913 x 237
LIQUOR LICENSE
Clay 4 COP, best price &
terms 386-677-3785
OCEANFRONT DEVEL-
OPMENT FOR SALE
Unfinished, great loca-
tion in FL. Homes,
docks, etc. Quick Sale.
$19M. Call Richard.
352-422-0642 1-800-573-9541
SEAMLESS GUTTERS.
Local Co. Equip. &
Truck Incl. $50K 8131178
SNACK-BAR FRANCHISE
in World's Largest
Retailer. Favorable
rent. 410-448-1130


AVOID FORECLOSURE
Refi. NOW or SELL
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AVOID FORECLOSURE
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Call Mark 904-233-4231


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Project Managers and
Architectural Techni-
cians for Altman Archi-
tectural Group located
in historic BeaUfort,
South Carolina, Please
send inquires
Chris Caudle at (843)
986-0031, or via email at:
chris@accessAAG.com, to
explore this unique
opportunity.





MECHANIC/
TECHNICIAN
General Service. South-
side, Arlington &
Beaches. FT benefits.
ASE Sign on bonus
904673-1406. EOE.



AIRCRAFTFUELER/ -
JacksonTllfe's premier
FBO Is currently seek-
ino motivated en'er
ngeic & personable
ndvduals to provide
ground support. Fl.
rivers license pref-
erably w/CDL. Kinowl-
edge of general aila.
tlon laircraft and fueIng
procedures preferred.
arled hours and shifts.
competitive salary;
excellent benefit kg.
Apply In person. Shei-
ta r Avlatlon 14600
Whirlwind Ave.. Jack-
sonvIlle 32218 or Fax
904 741 5110 EOE/DFWP


FINISH MOTOR
GRADER CREW
for St. Johns Co. project.
Apply in person or coil
904-772-1313. EOE. DFWP




HYGIENIST P/T
Jax Beach 2-3 days/wk.
Fax resume 249-7980
or Ph. 241.4237


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COURIERI/MESSENGER
Drive your late model
Pick Up, van or SUV.
F/T and PF/T avail. Gas
allowance bonuses. &
health plans avail.
904-398-4788 EOE
DRIVER
Allstate Steel
needs flatbed drivers 3yrs
exp. Home nightly. Hourly +
OT + benents.
Call 904-781-6040





DIRECTOR- for child
development center.
beaches area Must have
directors credential .
Serving ages weeks to 5
years Exc orgnalza-
tional & people skills
Email resume to
ToApplyOcomcast.net
DIRECTOR- exp'd,
sought for Early Child-
hood Development Ctr,
.licensed for up to 100
children- ages 6 wks- 5
yrs. Must have excel-
lent organization,
multi- tasking, & people
skills to manage up to 15
staff from varied back-
grounds. 1851 Bch Blvd,
Jax Bch 32224 EOE
ToApply@comcast.net or
242- 9645.
PRE-K TEACHER w/
CDA & ASSISTANT
at the Cambridge Prep
School Competitive pay,
401K & insurance. A
great opportunity in a
growing school. 285-7997.
TEACHERS &
ASSISTANTS
to work in early
childhood development
ctr. Serving ages 6- wks
5 yrs. FT & PT
available. 1851 Bch Blvd.
Jax Beach 32224 EOE
ToApply@comcast.net or
242- 9645
TEACHER/OFFICE
ASSISTANT for Early
Childhood Development
Ctr. Must be organized,
excellent record keep-
ing skills, AP/AR,
self- Initiated, flexible
and willing to help out
as needed. 1851 Bch
Blvd. Jax Bch 32224
ToApply@comcast.net or
242- 9645 EOE

UNF INSTRUCTORS
The University of North
Florida, Division of
Continuing Education is
currently recruiting
qualified individuals to
facilitate a variety of
computer training
programs. Qualified
candidates are being
sought to teach the
following:
*MCTS
*MCITP
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*MCSA
*MCSE
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*Minitab
*Cobalt
Please e- mail your
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ENGINEERS,
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CIRCUIT CHECKERS
CADD OPERATORS.
for Omaha based rail-
road signal engineering
company, opening a
Jacksonville office.
Offering above average
pay, excellent benefits
and a secure future with
many opportunities for
advancement. Send
resume to:
Coast to Coast Signal
Engineering, Inc.,
4015 South 148th St, Ste 200,
Omaha, NE 68137
KRohweder@ctcsignal.com



DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399.1110

DANCERS*
Jacksonville's #1 Club
$$$ Day & Night Shifts
Jacksonville Gold Club
904-645-5500.

DANCERS*
Bartender, Waitstaff
Day/Night Available
BEST SHOWBAR
AT THE BEACHES!
CROSSROADS
(904) 247-4322





BUSINESS LEADERS
In the Jacksonville area
w/teaching or public
speaking exp. or who
may have owned their
own company. Fax
Resume (904) 339-9244


CARPENTER'S
HELPER for remodel
& home improvements.
PT to FT.Good pay.
Must have own trans.
904-229-7455
DATA & OFFICE HELP FT
& PT 25-40hrs per week
with the ability to type
accurately & multi task.
Generous salary. Apply
904.347-2135.
Drivers
Guards
Messengers
$1000 Bonus for
D&G Licenses I
Brinks, Inc Is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
SFull Medicaa/Dental Pkg
-Company Matching 401k
-Tuition Reimbursement
-Paid Vacation
-Time & half for 40+ hrs
- Avg Annual Salary $29K
(Includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
*Successful polygraph
examination
*Successful background
investigation
*Drug test/D.O.T, physical
For directions or more
Information please call
(904) 353- 4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.
HOME CLEANING -
ARE YOUR HOURS
THIS GOOD?
Merry Maids
*No nights, weekends,
holidays.
*Car needed paid milage
*$h100 hiring bonus.
904-737-6666
Drug Free Workplace
INSULATION INSTALLERS
Will train but Exp Pre
ferred. Please call Pete
Davis at 424-6265 for
more information.
LANDSCAPE LABORER
Cypress Landscape Man-
agement, Inc. 40 hours
per week. 7AM- 4PM,
$7.70 per hour. Over-
time various at $11.65
per hr. No education,
training or experience
required. Mow, cut,
water, and edge lawns,
rake and blow leaves;
dig holes and trenches,
pull, chop weed; prune,
and haul topsoil and
mulch. Must be able to
lift 75 pounds. Must be
able to pass drug test. 30
temporary lobs (2/15/07
12/1507) located In
Jacksonville, FL. Send
resume to: Agency for
Workforce Innovation,
107 E. Madison Street,
Caldwell Building, Room
MSCG300, Tallahassee,
FL 32399- 4140. Include
JOFL- 2850794.

Love to Clean
Molly Maid, M-F, 8a-5p
Bondable & Dependable
OP area. Prof. exp. a big
plus. Great pay. We
provide car & gas.
Call 904-269-5505
EARN EXTRA INCOME
Motivated individuals,
work at your own pace.
No Investment needed.
Caill- 800- 775- 5156.
PEST CONTROL CO
hiring service Rep for
lawn treatment. Exp
preferred. Exc pay &
benefits for perfect
person. M-F 8-5,
S389-3235




CARPENTER with resi-
dential framing experi-
ence only. Top Pay!
Sign on bonus, quar-
terly bonus, bnfts. Call
813- 2524or509- 7515
PIPE FOREMEN &
STAINLESS STELL
PIPE WELDERS-
immed opening 7- 12 hour
shifts Call 229- 244- 6707

RAY CARTER
KIA
Kingsland, GA
Are Looking for an
Experienced Service
Advisorto Join Our
Growing Team. In the
Top 10 Dealers
Nationally, for Cus-
tomer Satisfaction.
You Must be Able to
Keep the Highest
Level of Customer
Satisfaction.
Dealership Experi-
ence Helpful but not
Required.
We Offer:
8 Excellent Working
Atmosphere
8 Our Service Advis-
ror Compensation is
Above the Industry
8 Full Medical & Den-
tal Available
8401k Plan
Do You Know
Kingsland is Only 20
Min. North of the Jax
Intl Airport? Come
and Grow with Us!
Call 912-510-8000 for
James Netherland


Must have Diesel & two years
automotive experience
Valid driver's license and
good driving record
Technical or trade
school degree preferred

We Offer:
Healtn. Derniaol
SDsobolly insurance
SJuiIki program
Pod vocol;on
Employee Verinice Purchoase
Program
Employee Referrol Programs

Email Resume to:
Bryantg@autonation.com
or ODpIv in oeroori
wirn Richard Jordan M-F 9-5.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
Mike Shad Ford of Orange Park
7700 Blanding Blvd,
Jacksonville FL 32244


GOLF COURSE MAINT.
Exp pref'd. Good pay,
good schedule. Call
Windy Harbor Golf Club
at Mayport 270-6720






POLICE
OFFICER
ATLANTA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
NOW RECRUITING IN
YOUR AREA
TRAINING SALARY
$34,894.00
OFFICER SALARY
$39,252.00
Associate's DEGREE
$40,232.00
Bachelor's DEGREE
$42,905.00
Minimum Requirements:
20 years of age, high
school diploma or GED,
US citizen, uncorrected
vision not less than 20/100
in each eye, corrected to
20/20, valid drivers
license, an honorable dis-
charge if prior military,
no felony or domestic
convictions.
Incentives for Police
Experience
Jacksonville Marriott
4670 Salisbury Rd --
Jacksonville FL
Interviews:
Fri. Nov 3rd 8am-lpm
Sat. Nov. 4th Bam -1pm
Testing
Fri Nov. 3rd 2pm
Sat. Nov. 4th 2pm
Applications available
on-line at
www.atlantapd.org
Contact Officer Moreno @
(404) 853-7650
for further information.

Security
$300.00 Hiring Bonus!
First Coast Security
ServlcesArmed and
Unarmed Security
Professionals needed for
Immediate full- time &
part- time positions.
Starting wages up to
$10.00 Hr. Apply at 6817
Southpoint Pkwy.
#1001 8t- 7p Man- Fri.
Class D & G Security
license required.
Agency # B9700146 EOE



A!ealhan wi h
FRONT OFFICE- PCa
tlon available Coding
experience helpful
Please fax resume to:
904-384-3613

PHYSICAL THERAPY
ASSISTANTS
The Chesapeake Center,
NOW HIRING at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville
Sign On Bonus $1000
Excellent Pay & Benefits
5 WEEKS PTO
Outpatient Clinic
5 Days a Week.
Fax resume 757- 436- 6843
Call Toll Free
866- 912- 5500x2 oremail '
recruit@chesapeakectr.com


WORK AT NAS-JAX!
Are you an RN with 6
months exp. in
Med /Surg?
Contact STACY at
The Chesapeake
Center, Inc.
1.866- 912- 5500, ext. 5#
Fax: 757- 436- 6843
sbien@chesapeakectr.com
$$ SIGN-ON BONUS
OFFERED $$



MarineTnde
Shipyard
QA INSPECTOR
Five yrs exp aboard USN
ships. NACE level I
cert or NBPI equivalent.
Famiar with USN specs,
std item and NSTM 631
reqs. Operate, cali-
brate, & interpret
instruments related to
SPCC stds. Career posi-
tion w/ex camp/benefits.
www.earl- Ind.com for
details. Resume to Earl
Industries, LLC, 2999
Mayport Rd. Jackson-
vil le, FL 32233,
www.hr@earl- Ind.com.
or call 904- 249- 1401 for
Info.EEO/AA employer.

7.9 billion
Is the economic
impact of the
military in Northeast
Florida and
Southeast Georgia.
Advertise in the
military publications
distributed at the
local bases in the
area.
To advertise
Please call
904-359-4336,
Fax 366-6230.


Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 26, 2006 25


NAVY
SHIPBOARD
HABITABILITY
HAB PROJECT MGR
LEAD SHEET
METAL MECHANIC
LEAD PIPEFITTER/
BRAZER
*LEAD ELECTRICIAN
LEAD WELDER/
STRUCTURAL
Q.E.D. Systems, Inc., a
national Marine Industrial
Repair Firm located in
Jacksonvill e, Fl. has
Immediate openings for
qualified habitability pro-
fesslonals. Qualified Indi-
viduals will have a mini-
mum of 5 years
Journeyman level experi-
ence in their trade and
experience e In Navy ship
Habitability (HABA'LT)
installation (berthing and
wet spaces). Prospective
employees must be able to
work onboard ships while
lifting, climbing, bending,
working In confined spaces
and working extended
hours as required. Must
be able to work under
Industrial repair condi-
tions, read blueprints/work
specifications and comply
with safety regulations.
Occasional travel may be
required. Must be a U.S.
citizen, meet require-
ments for government
security clearance, have a
valid driver's license and
reliable transportation.
Pre-employment drug test-
ing and background checks
are required. Excellent
benefits package.
EOE/M/F.
Fax resume (with salary
history) indicating which
position you are apply-
ing for, to 904- 247- 1620 or
email to
qedflorida@qedsysinc.com






APARTMENT
MANAGEMENT COUPLE
handle all office & maint
functions for a 60 unit
Arlington community
Compensation inci apt.
Call 778- 1424or629 8393





DANCE RS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370

WAITSTAFF
Call Malabar
9801 Beach Blvd.
641.5033

Waitstaff, Cook
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110




Driver
Be A Team Player.
Drivers Wanted
Busy season 600-800 wk
Taxi, Para-Transit, Bchs
Taxi/Para-Transit 4935246
Tim Collins
Beach Taxi 249.0360 Brian

DRIVERS wanted Class
A CDL, Cash money
Gainesville to Jackson-
vlle. Call 813- 434- 5242 or
813- 434- 54310- 6

DRIVERS
Professional class A driv-
ers, OTR tractor trailer,
good pay. Great home
time, health ins., 401 K,
paid vacation, bonus
pkg, & top equipment all
in a small company
atmosphere but backed
up with large company
benefits.
Call Randy 877-440-7890
www.PTSI-onllne.com
Ask about our new pay
package.





WAREHOUSE MAN-
AGER local wholesale
distributor seeking
exp'd warehouse man-
ager. Good starting Sal-
ary. Co. benefits and
incentives, etc. Clean
D/L and background
check req. Please call
Leeati- 904- 296- 2202






SCREEN REPAIR
Enclosures*Rooms*Rescreen
Work guaranteed* Lic & Ins
Premier 904-962-4455




BEST MASSAGE & FACIAL
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
into Timber Run. Mansa
446-5504 MM14752


Must have:
Outstanding communication skills
Professional appearance and work
ethic. Great attitude with a
high-energy personality
Superior customer service skills
Valid Driving License
and driving record

We offer:
*Health & Dental
'401(k) program,
'Paid vacation,
'Employee Vehicle
Purchase Program
'Paid training

Email Resume to:
Bryantg@aulonation.com
Mike Shad Ford of Orange Park
7700 Blanding Blvd,
Jacksonville FL 32244
904 317-7663


AC, Heating, Fel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Ofice
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farn/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Furnmiture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tuibs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kd's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods

Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




1952 Ford Jubilee
Tractor New bat-
tery, alternator,
exhaust, gauges,
starter, 80% tire tread.
$3,500 OBO. Call Dave:
(912)- 729- 4130or
(912)- 573- 3952


^*K^^^---I
SAIR CONDITIONER
Window model.13,000
1BTU. Like new. $125.
269- 2152.
COFFEE MAKER
Black and Decker
Spacemaker, 12
cup, white. Set on
counter or mount under
cabinet. $15. 268- 2482
DISHWASHER $75, Hot-
point, 25cubic side/side,
Ice/water, $275, self
clean dbl ovens $100,
trash compact $50. or
$400 for all 422.8237 or
514-0921 (Deerwood)
DRYER & WASHER
Heavy Duty, $200 both.
339-4222
SKenmore Washer
and Dryer- Good
condition. $150 for
set. (912)- 576- 5007

Refrigerator- 26cft,
s/s, s/bs frigidaire
with ice cube, water
dispenser, and
light. Never used, $1250
OBO. 398- 0809

REFRIGERATOR
SWhirlpool 21CF, ice
maker, ex cond.
$95. 269- 2152.

WASHER/ DRYER
$150EA. OR $250/ BOTH
36- 7931

4 Washer/Dryer
Great shape, Whirl-
pool, $280. Can
deliver, call 994- 0100

4 Washer and dryer
front loading
stackable excel-
t lent condition
manuals included
$300 553.7436
Whirlpool Washer
and Dryer-
Matching set, late
L model, $250. Can
deliver. 786:1767.




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




FORMAL
DRESSES
SEVERAL FORMALS
$50 A DRESS.
RANGING FROM 10-16.
FOR APPOINTMENT.
NINA BUSH 904-207-0900

HALLOWEEN
COSTUMES
VINTAGE NURSE
DRESS $50
VINTAGE NURSE BAG $30
VINTAGE PATIENT
ROBE $40
MALE ROMAN SOLDIER $50
(includes sword and cape)
FEMALE ROMAN ERA $20
CINDERELLA DRESS $50
SEVERAL SCRUBS $10
EACHFIRST COME
FIRST SERVE
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NOW HIRING




Service Technicians



At Ring Power Corporation, you'll find a career that

offers competitive pay, excellent benefits, training,

career development and advancement opportunities.

Plus, you'll experience the excitement of working for

the best dealer organization in the industry.

We're always looking for qualified heavy equipment,

air compressor, generator, crane and lift truck techni-

cians to support our growing business throughout

Florida!


BRASS TEA SET
CAME FROM IRAQ.
NEED MONEY WILL
SACRIFICE FOR $65.
CALL FOR
APPOINTMENT.
NINA BUSH 904-207-0900

HALLOWEEN
COSTUMES
VINTAGE NURSE
DRESS $50
VINTAGE NURSE BAG $30
VINTAGE PATIENT
ROBE $40
MALE ROMAN SOLDIER $50
(Includes sword and cape)
FEMALE ROMAN ERA $20
CINDERELLA DRESS $50
SEVERAL SCRUBS
$10 EACH
FIRST COME
FIRST SERVE
NINA BUSH 904-2070900

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






ing case, cordless
mouse, inc serial port
bus, new battery, $250
OBe. 882- 1052

a Pentium 11-300
MHZ computer
and 15" monitor,
t 40gB harddrlve, 64
meg memory, $100.
Call 249'1666, CDRW,
DRZUE.




Laptop and Desktop
Computers plus 32" flat
panel TV's No money
down and No credit
check, instant approval
rebuild your credit 24/7
Call 800- 775- 5156

STV-32" Flat Screen
1 Sony, Mega Dual
S Tuner, PIP,
S Parental Control.
Wireless head-
phone, $350. Call
(912).882.5865.

W TV 32" Panasonic
with remote, great
shape. $120. Call
.L (904)778-0824




B. Langston's Presents
RIVER FRONT HOME/
FORMER DEALER
Magnificent antiq & con-
temp turn T/O. Loads of
Imarl, Canton, Flow
Blue, Waterford, Spade
+ other high end glass.
Jewelry, art, designer
clthg, plasma TV, baby
grand piano, 26' Cobalt
boat, encl. trailer. Wed
5- 8,Thur/Fri10- 5 Sat
8- 1.#'s at 8am Wed.
1701 Margarets Walk off
US 17 S. of 220.
www.blangston.com
THIS SALE IS NOT
TO BE MISSED!"


ARMOIRE ontq, twin
cherry bed w/mattr,
reprod. F rnch
mahogany DR chrs,
ladderback chrs, sofa
and sofa tbl, 731- 5879
BED #1 BEST PRICE
Queen or full mattress $100
King $160 (904) 6740405
BED Brand Name $115
Full set, new w/warr In
plastic 398-5200 can del
BED Brand name. $299
Kg pill top SET. New, w/
warr. Coan del. 391- 0015

BED $100
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858.9350

BED Cherry sleigh bed
Solid wood w/ matt. &
box. $395, Retail $950.
858-9350 Can deliver
AN BEDROOM SUIT
6 piece white colo-
nial Chest,
dresser w/mirror,
nightstand, twin bed
with boxsprings and
mattress. $400. 887-4624.
BEDROOM: CHERRY
SET 6 pcs incls QN
MATT SET, NEW, CAN
DEL 391-0015
SCrib Solid Oak -
dresser, changing
table, $200.00
215- 3776

DINING ROOM TABLE
Oak, $300. Henry Link,
wicker turn, 6pc, couch,
Iv seat, end table, chr,
coffee table and otto-
man, $1300 838- 9868
P Diningroom Table-
Almost new. Oak
base, glass top, four
parsons chairs.
$375, originally $1,200.
Call 610.4288. Leave msg.
Diningroom set-
maple- oval table,
S six chairs, china
with hutch, $350.
282- 2272
DINING ROOM formal
Mast BR, light wd,
Stonely $1800 obo per
set. 993- 1726
4 DR Table, Solid
Tiger Stripe Oak, 2
extensions, 6 cush-
Ion chairs. Good
cond, $400. Call 213-9745
for more Info.
SElegant Furniture,
SEuropean framed
i1 tapestries, curio
cabinets, and morel
Serious inquiries only,
call Kathy at
904- 207- 7361.
S Entertainment
S Center-
4 Solid oak, excellent
Condition, $400.
Price negotiable. Call
213.9745
for more info.
SEntertainment
Centers (2), Oak
finish Queen mat-
S tress box springs,
Diningroom table w/2
chairs, MUST
SELL-904-874-2755.
SEntertainment cen-
ter $200. Rocker
V |recliner, worn but
plenty of use left,
$50. Moving, must sell.
Call 221- 7456.


MmfflirL


. Etagere
(Curlo/knicknack
stand) and decora-
tive baker's rack.
Excellent condition. $50
each or $90 for both.
(912)- 510- 7104
Indoor-outdoor
glasstop table
w/metal framing, in
S great condition,
Includes 4 chairs. $300
OBO. (904)- 838- 3640 or
(904)- 322- 8769.

King Waterbed,
suite, dresser w/
mirror, 2 night-
stands, twin bed-
room set w/desk enter-
tainment unit. Cheap!
904.613-3335
Livingroom set-
sofa, matching
loveseat and chair,
excellent condition,
2 yrs. old $750 OBO.
882- 1052
LOVESEAT $795 on sale
6mo's new. Top quality
Asking $295; 886- 9394
Mat. Set QUEEN Pillow
Top Still in plastic $150,
Can Deliver (904) 674- 0405
MATTRESS & BOX QN
Pill Top set, new
w/warr. $130. Can'del.
391- O15
MEMORY FOAM Brnd New
QUEEN Size $340. Can deliver
10 yr Warr. (904) 674- 0405
MEMORY FOAM Matt &
Box, new w/warr. $350.
858- 9350. Can Deliver
A Rocker recliner
green excellent
condition from
smoke free home. 5
years old $75 call
home912- 576- 5540
912- 674- 4453cell
SSectional sofa-
tan, good condition,
S $300. Call .
Rick or Malika:
777-0842
4 Sleeper sofa great
condition $1500
t 1 553-7436

Whirlpool Range
washer/dryer bed
L room, kingsize set,
dining/llvingroom
furniture, computers,
television, grill, patio
swing. Prices call:
472- 1417.
SWorkbench- wood,
double door. Inside
shelf. 72 inches
4 wide, with 4.5" vise.
Heavy and solid. $45.
268- 2482
SDark Cherry
wooden coffee table
L and end table with
glass insert. Almost
new! Call David
757- 395- 7026. Kingsland,
GA.
4 Beautiful Antique
Diningroom
S table and six
chairs, including
Insert- also china cabi-
net, $1,400. Call 249-1666
High Quality black
leather recliner
with foot stool- Call
D a v i d at
757- 395- 7026. Kingsland,
GA.
SLEEP ON IT BEDDING
Save 50- 70%
3M2- 373- 4060


Antique Reproduc-
tion Carlton
McClerldon 3 piece
S parlor set- dark
wood, beautiful pastel
floral print, $1,000 OBO.
282-6984. LV. M&G.
4, MOVING SALE:
Bunk beds, head-
.board, patio furni-
ture, computers,
teak couch, step chest.
Prices neg. Great condi-
tion. 282-8665.




ARLINGTON 5 FAMILY
Fri 10/27 Sat 10/28. 9am
3pm. 3969 Fernglen Dr.
ARLINGTON Garage
Sale, Sat only Oct 28th.
3737 Cove Ct. NO JUNK
FLEMING ISLAND
Eagle Harbor Sat 8-3
MOVING! AppI, some
furn & lots more!
1857 Inlet Cove Ct.
FRUIT COVE Huge
Moving Sale! Sat. 8- 2.
1540 Greenridge Cir. W.

INTRACOASTAL Hickory
Creek Moving Sale Sat.
8am hsehld & patio turn,
tools, anti's, bed & bath
610 Lazy Meadow Dr E
SOUTHSIDE Moving Sale
Sat. 10/28 9-3. Glass top
DR tbl w/4 chrs, collect,
his /her ciths & much
more 2973 Sans Pareil St
1 MANDARIN- Nov.
l 10/11.8- 4. San Jose
to MorbonRoad, to
4 "Wilderness".
Multi- family, something
for everyone. 268- 2482

MANDARIN Sat. 10288- 2
9974 Hawks Hollow Rd.
Something for everyone
MOVING SALE
Everything
goes-living,
dining, bedroom
furniture, kitchen appli-
ances, patio furniture.
For specific
items/prices, call
472-1417.

NORTHSIDE- 4oFam-
ily Sale, Sat 8- 3, 8055
9Sycamore St. Off Main.
old glass Christmas
decor, books- clothes, etc
SOUTHSIDE 1972 Ryar
Rd. Thur 8- 1, Fri 7- 3, Sat
7- 1. Multit fam/moving
St. Johns County Neigh-
borhood Sale Reming-
ton Forest off SR13 N of
Greenbriar Rd Sat 8a- 4p
WESTSIDE GIGANTIC
YARD SALE! Sat/Sun.
9- 4. You name it- We've
got it! Rain/shine. 5731
Commonwealth/Lane Ave
WESTSIDE Moving
Sale! Fri/Sat 8:30- 3 new
baby Items, ciths, hm
int, h'hold, toys, etc 2081
Chaffee Rd S. Lot 123
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona. 786-FLEA


Lawn
Tractor-Craftsman
S42". 19.5 HP twin
engine. Automatic
w/bagger canopy and
bumper. Great shape.
$850. 268- 2482




Pool Above Ground
All equip. included,
Sinus the liner.
Asking $360.
904-434-0352




1.01 Carat
Princess Diamond.
S12, Value $6,500.
t Must Sell_ $3,000.
8874624.




4 Compressor .
Craftsman 1 .
H P$65,
L Phone:264- 6364.
Good condition.
Craftsman Table
Ssaw, scroll saw,
band saw, planer,
router table with
router, more tools, call
904.307-0121



CRUTC HES
Wooden, adIustable.
OJone pair for tall
people, one pair for
shorter. Like new. Each
pair $5. 268- 2482.
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Cap. 250 Ibs. Exc
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S SMOKER char-
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Fels, very good
condition w/extras. List
$275. Gar kept. $75. 241- 1398.

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TV/VCR combo $30,
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used twice, 300
thread count, machine
wash. $30. 542,8205.
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$100. 5-lug 8x16
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4, $100. 4 22560P16
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CHEVY METRO'99 2dr, PONTIAC GRAND AM '01 VOLVO S60'02
ectr Teadmi POMERANIAN PUPS auto Gas Saverl I $3288 4dr, auto, very sharply Lthr, CD, sunroof, FORDNFINITI F 4 PONTIAC TRA AM
UGC, $100. 3 females/ male, POP, Honda CRF150 '03 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX $4908 TOM BUSH beautiful $14,980 EXPLORE03. Extra Low Miles, Low miles, extra clean!!
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Humidor, holds 50 PUG PPIES tion, $1800 OBO. HEAVY SUBURBAN LT 99 PONTIAC GRAND 998-0012 tiful $14,980 LEXUS OF JACKSON- AUTOPLEX 371-4877
cigars, $15. 771.8930 B LACK $400. CHEV7031 SUBURBAN LT POT, GRAND
C s $5 7 Jacksonville 32 1-06-8050 orS3 4, I, Dd PRIX 02. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE VLE 998-0012 TOYOTA FJ
FLAGPOLE nlce!l $10,688. TOM BUSH Only 50K miles. 998.0012
20 Feet tall PUG PUPS-AKC, fawn, AUTOPLEX 904-371-4877 $898CRUISER 07 9980012
tainless see Best offer shoHonts, deworGodw med Styxx would like to LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FORD EXPLORER 3 ISUZU nly 8,000 miles
3 Interstate 1100. conv champagne, Ithr Invite all friends NTIAC SOL- $12,788 TOM BUSH RODEO '99 LEU OF JACSOVILLE
ERO P PUPPY SALE Nice selec- Low miles. Excel- 56 70k $8200 PONandcutoTIAC SOL $78 TO M BUSH LEXUS OF JAC VILE
SGENERATOR 9-HP, I 7k $820 and customers t AUTOPLEX 371-4877 8K MILE A C 990012
was, new 68mus stop bsly sor call leather, CD, .r PWR STEERING. PWR
new ad Ca 90468733 see pcs mus 045651647
box. List $780. Fir $3200 O 0D. 887.9656. 7\ DODGE HEMI him... m Worktruck FORD EXPEDITION 102 TOYOTA LAND
s$650. Ca 241-1398. TOY p sO E 1 CHARGER'06. 998-0012 white, 8 ft bed nice!! $15,988 TOM BUSH DOORLOCKS. TILT ,.,-, .- i t:,
$Reo, M'S $500. 1-blkI Edd Baue ChA ax a PU
Home Decor Items 1-tan/white. 997-8640 Hondo RC51 '01 Leather, CD save LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE with Pipe Rack AUTOPLEX 371-4877 WHEEL. CRUISE
for sale. No room In Mint condition, thousands. I Bring in this ad for CAMRY LE Two wheel drive CONTROL, AMFM TOYOTA RV '00
my house, many UMBRELLA COCKATOO Garage kept. 5,200 $25,980998-0012 exmra savings! TOYOTA LE05 FORD STROSL1. 80
ne ,amcmcessa t3.3 9n9 1n o Oc d a0v3- C H EV R O .S AR5 6 SO X Lthr, CEaE O 5 3 o 3 9 a 8. u0 mi .
sti es pries Baby bird very sweet miles. All stock.D LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE rySSA A drTOTA CA Y L 6 cyl2 00-3 EXPLORER0
ytm bos r $900. 904-334-1108 Extr $6500 2 Military and Ft mpg, Imma/lathe ond. CH 228 6 SPORT TRAC '03 DUAL FROAND TOYOTA
firm. Call Jaml DODGE INTREPID ES 03 Time Buyers 16,50mi. Asking $16K TOYOTA
SmI n nl $am R Time Buyers 5904-563-6207 Like new, only 38,000 BAGS. SEQUOIA '02.
Ics John Dae YORKIE PUPS 1 i 0. 864 6699. Low miles, V6, Extra miles. $15,890 998-0012 A 4 WHEEL ROOF n I
S.tery-powered shots, HC. 904 504-2417 Motorcycle O 3 TOYOTA CAMRYe s AUTLEX 71-4877 OF JACKSONVILLE RACK. Y
SGatno re shots, HC. 904. 52417 Mustang Seat- Fits AUTOPLEX 904-371-477 Loaded, 77K miles. Only Dually '00. 48,000 miles, 1ORD O re V
G toer. $90 0 0A c FN 0 0, 0E O tA8KSO E
original$1.Alo YORKSHIRE TERR.AKC R Road King. Like Want to be treated $10,975. Call 674-4444 $12,975. Call 777-9119 FORD WHEELS.
YRSI TRRA R. Kg. Lk DODGE MaG-e like family, comet Fi,
$1 A m old, 2.51b, Male will new, $100 r a DO*DaE Li Ke family come t PrivJ e d iVidua L
new. Cial 61040. Lave be very sin. SN. $1000. OO.(904)9931665 or NUM SRT8 '06 NIMNICHT TOYOTA COROLLA 4drS CHEVY BLAZER '03 4D, t$E e0ME Ei P BEROitE i LT Ee 9940012
mg. w/access. 904.673.3699 2491611. Only 600 Navigo- '02 AT/AC. loaded. 66K 4+4, low miles!! $11,988 Bauer '05 l6000 obo.
d tion, sunroof. $35,980 CHEVROLET miles. $9975. 425-4320 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX Lthr, CD. $20,980 Cl 53 39 AT ACm ,T crue nc
Drum Kids .04 Re l9M lw wt tsntao$50 A OL901 9V$9 55J904-371-4877 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
h. $an pe Ie T Senior Owned* 72Lks excellent rew cobu, nuto, awesome Ford Explorer e91 CHEROKEEP '02 Sport,8 PR$1 904- Exc
am.N!4 $50 080.! Call *Seno Ownd FORD CROWN VIC LX '85 .0.-
10288. Leave msg. Chestnut Mogan Geld Suzuki Volusa Loaded, V8, Must see! 384041 arOF JACKS. Mut si AP 904-371-4877 I uns l A X 3H









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Gallonbest offer more info 904-845-1338 $4,000, lots of AUTOPLEX 371-4877 a Camr '01 CHEVY EQUINOX LT '05 paint. Good tires.
ood condition, SAS A05cc, Low miles, gorgeous!! Call David: (904)866-6961 JEEP GRAND
mAnst'6 Call David FORD FESTIVA 08 E 135k miles, $15,98 TOM BUSH FO CHIEROKEE LTD '05 ex low mi. $28,990












GolfE BaRICE fullT euio orle S FORD MUSTANG 3s 1487 -eb H sD R Tm ecX9 miles 0?^ esod trave. bag 0 1 06 Nov 18-19, Ocala 46 blue2, as is $450 Om.T u Fu$00 lly loaded, FORD F-150 PU 04 AD a
$30 Noreco lec- Hilton Call Peterson & 904)86&6130/8666961 $6,500. Call Sherri AUTOPLEX 904-371-4877 V6, Awesome truck! Only Kmi 9980012
trick shaver $25, Smith 352-237-6151 9YMAH 660 RAP $20t: 9047666068. CHEVY AN TA,6 ,9 TM BS LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE






C 3ron lectrc type- m fale&rsst XS O 5 L Get 3ndi YAMAHA 660 RAP amat: 90427666060.72 CH E u R LTH6 lo$29 k BUS 998. XTRR $7. 264 37
wrter al7712917 www.petersonslth.om TOR, '03. New bat FORD FOCUS X3 '02 2 '0 Lmust see! $588 AUTOPLEX 371-4877
S Ke o ir sng mi e a nI TA TOYOTA CAMY 04 SiVO- m, must see!! $18,588 AUTOPLEX 371-4877 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
s &E Vo sL afas t. $3000 OBO. $7988 TOM BUSH xyt r auto.n $249 per me. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX
imon atrey 1096 E. 18th Street* 354-7l634t798 TOM BUSH LvWAC; Call 899-5853 904-371-4877 FORD F-150 PU '01 Vwhite JEEP GRAND
l a www.orsendkennel.com Call 912 510 .0716 or AUTOPLEX 71-477 Must see! $ 788 TOMHEROKEE LTD
9 -new, $125, stroller FOG12 G674-36.720.NISSAN 350Z Cony5 Toyota Camry '01 CHEVY S-10 '00. Auto, BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-477 '04 4x4, VS, fully CHEVY VENTURE LS '02
new, $125, stroller ^*n'T B vYAMAHA plaster, 4 FORD MUSTANG GT97riNSA30zCn" Toyota Camr y '01
Sse t 5. YWhite. AT, loaded, low FOD'04 N 'Touring. Only 135k miles. Fully AC. 60,400 miles, extra
carseat, $25, ler, ,l loaded, $5,500, clean $6975. 674-4444 FORD F150 93 Runs. equip sunroof. $19,890 Vcation time, Like
Wheeler 200 cc, miles. $7975.674-4444 17,000 mi. $29,990 call herr $1000 cash. Call North 998-0012 new!! $9988 TOM BUSH
wHM Nh rer 2 c, Mie s 998-0$12 904l266.6068 CHEVY SILVERADO '00 Fiorida Glass 389-1540 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE AUTOPLEX 904371-4877
WASHING MACHINE, chain, rear tires FORD MUSTANG 00 V 99012 9042666068 X-Cab. 4dr, red, V8,
Front loader, Kenmore enine runs ood,gear at/ac Mach 460, loaded. LEXUS F JACKSONVILLE 96K JEEP LIBERTY6S 3 CHRYSLER PAC
SElite HE3T. Cost new, shift stuck, $675 $5975. Call 674-4444 YOTA MATRIX at/ac, 55,900 ry,
74-4444 clean $10,995. 699-9669 mi les, speed cyl 2wd, V6, auto, under Low miles like newh
$1 s O 200psisf -2875177. NSA'06 Only 13,000
$749. Cell 812-082-406r FORD MUSTANG '04 % a CONV '5. Nay, CD miles. $16,980 CHEVY TAHOE F owner. Very depend AUTOPLEX 904-371-477
$I9.E l r82400. t LEXUOFC NVAviation vLL 6, Auto, Extra nicel thr, 1K m. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE '03 Only 46,000 able, maintained regularly. A EE ER 4
Boats Film r-M $10,988 TOM BUSH ,miles, Black/tn, Auto, low Miles, extra CHRYSLER TOWN &
AUTOPLEX 371-477 30,990 998-0012 99-0012nice $13,98 TOM BUSH COUNTRY '03 LX, V
et A XUSOF-KSOVILLE O BJ A t06 q etsLEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Toyota Matrix '06 quad seats, sunroof. AUTOEX 371-7 vy shar n
BoatDockage& Mustang Parts 96 FORD MUSTANG CONV' 00 4 DR, Sport $20,980 LEXUS OF Ford F150 XLT TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX
'98 Magnaflow V6,$9 Nisn AWagon, $15,500 JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 199. V8. $6,995. 899-553 EEP RAGR AH


















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New & hdwr $349300 15474, xpipe, new, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX GXE low miles O. 20,00 ies, '03,53km greatnd,
Guitrs $49 37.6527 Marine Equipment $150. '05.'07 rear 371-4877 garage kept, non- 32mpg, Call CHEVY Tahoe LT 4x4, FORD RANGER XCAB '01 $16,900obo. 891-6862 FORD E0SO Conver
KEYBOARD -Korg 15S and Supplies window, louver new smoker, cal 803-3012 or 908-4502. 01, Ch am/t a V6, Auto, 4dr, very
*Animalslanted100. 908 SOSOr c 2crr MrL TI 713-4155 evenin g ,uprg a/
w/gig$1 0 FORD MUSTANG 2 5 eveng Leather dual, A/C, sharp $898 TOM BUSH JEEP WRANGLER 44 si3on 'Van runs
i $400 aba. 2 RVRentals FOD STANG es ofe TOYOTA BOAR mI iles '05.: mser a. stcd pe
Mackie amps, 18 input Rs and Suplies GT '05. Only 2600 loaded, 869K miles. AUTOPLEX 371-4877 '05.Speed.$34Pe great, cold$1500A newim
P s SIEu99-up99. $5900. 4 cLy $14,9500 882-4801. WAC. Call 899-5853 tires, $1500VENIIE
$400. 1 6 input$300o b Motorcycle TIRES, new on Ford Miles. 25,660 NISSAN MAXIMA '04 V6, t. R, co FORDSPORT Call 233-7782.
645-1785 or 563-6705 Bikes des; Mini $25,660 auto 17 codN5 LAND ROVER LR3 '05 Nov.
F150 rlms, Toyo Proxes 998-0012 auto like newn $1S,988 3 AC, 6D, crulsa, PS 0 CHEVY TAHOE TRAC'0. Only leather, lw miles. Like FORD FREESTAE'04
Ai rLEE .Sc PRICE SAu 3 IJS/T. 275/70R1O I. Must LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX PW, PDL, 904302-6473. 0 Champ/tan, H lhl
ES PRICE Ike4 FORD MUSTANG 371-4877 Vo lkwagen Beetle equip, only 49k mi equipped $18,980 AUTOPLEX 371-4877 $11,58 TOM BUSH
WHOLESALE. 7148141 Auto Parts 087-4624 .FOD MUST$1NG8,980s9
'02 V6, Pony Pack- '02 Automatic, 8.989 2 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE AUTOPLEX 371-4877
Antiques/Classics age, red. 8,999. NISSAN SENTRA '99 Auto, weather, power LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 MAZDA TRIBUTE LX 03
S- n 0 M Automobiles, I Call (912)576-2756 4dr, very sharply 1 $5288 everything, moon- O D V6, oaded, low very HONDA ODYSSEY03
Sor (912)5734009. TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX roof, grey color. $11,200 D E GMC ENVOY SLT'02 clean $975 777919 Loaded, leather. $319 per
74-3622ucks/alersSUVs Great condition! 371-4877 08. 542-2139, 422-2725, DURANGO SLT leather, low miles, like ma. WAC. 899-5853
Acra TL 104 2840676. Lthr, C D, fully ne $15,988 TOM BUSH n
rior e $0 or Silver, biack int3e8 00KLTVS ent 4dr, extra nice, 20 $3508 '02 Lthrn CDm T.Al Ie l we
-all Commercial Vehicles Excelent cond GLS '04. Low miles, 998-0012 condii onlmt$50 or l
MscAuto ton.$2498. Cal dlton. $7900 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX loaded. $319 per m. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILE GC YUKON LT em
SBoflex Extreme Oliver at 374-2951 or 882-1052. 371-4877 D C'04. Only 30,000 mi, sound system, 38k mil. FORD RANGER '94 &
S nly old. Auetos/ucs Wan ted Oe at 42951 or 882-102. 31-M87 WAC..ADCal 89Ithr, CD $23,980 Tonneau Aover. AN E
Pa $1700, will 3903610, 5219. FORD MUSTANG GT3 S A V8, low m, Awesome i 1 2 JEEP 4 X 4 '8; $1350
tak$00cah.calAtoeaterlwils. 5 jOLDS CUTLASS V.W. BEETLE -100, turbo, 9901 $12,500nee ecO Ph.p 859 n-2249
ACURA Leather, low miles Holidy oupe AT, 45k ml, Loaded. Truckl $16,988 TOM BUSH LEXUSOF JACKSONVILLE 904,790579/993 1 06. h .
O 00. n Tleather, $15,995. Call 899-5853 19g70, 350 long $8250. Call 705-3377 AUTOPLEX 371-4877
o -fuly eui, on FORD MUSTANG ter' H r block, MHuncie HONDA ELEMENT EX '03 Nissan ath Vders
on e i, n speed /Hurst shifter DODGE RAM SRT Low miles, extra clean!! R 5 sfulsl laddk in sM
reconditioned. 33,00 mi. $22,980 CONV '03 GT, fully 2 DR, w25 ram air hoo Trucks,Vans SUVs'00-05 VIPER '04 V1, $16,488 TOM BUSH Ca enda
$4ar00i dozen, 3 PWC For SaJlekN L equip. $18,995 & factory rear spoiler. ALL motor, 6spd, only AUTOPLX
Idozen/S. Call Aquatrax- 998-0012 EXUSOF Runs we Great project 8 mi, lie nw,
786-4406. Ask for Bruce Bought new '05. 24 JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 car. $1500 O80. Contact Military 8k mi, like new, $33,995Hntec
or Michelle. hrs, $5,900 O. AUDI A4 QUAT- Tyler 269-214-7127. a9LEXUS OF 6JACKSONV ILLE H N P 1 N S T AN C C 1 M n Y o
714.0649/5342701. TRO 20055 Fuy Ford Mustang Savee TOVI gor trous 706 SE VS, wUs P Rim &Rueu Y hirme
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SGOLF CART 2003 Tequip $26,880i T Cobra '98 SVT PONTIAC GRAND PRIX Civilian CARLa 8 T
EZ-GO conv ertible, 37,000 GTP '00 24,800 miles, Fords &All Makes/Model AUTOPLX 34877 AUTOPLEX 371-4877 m d ad
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h e rights, ta w/trailer& access, as LS OF JACKSONVILLE set of four tires and display. $9975. 777-9119 r y 35 i ,
lhs, wheelcovers, Is needs work, $00. BMW 325i '03 Only rims $14,990. 3143061 FORD EXPLORER XLT'99 $5788 TOM BUSH
0 8t o d 05PON TIAC VIBE 'ODdd t.. AUTOPLEX 371 4877 $1480 99-0012 for Dodge Ram.
2-f (Z i roX.: C BR'I -" a RIDES! 75 Cal IE, .1441 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE hrorne Coc'd
92 E r la SlrAloP XL u3 Io: 1 7crl pK'g iO. BUSH /' 5 I 4 JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT I e. nI:
SE.: OuS LEXUSUOF JC.SO VILLE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX; FORD F 150 0E ,ac 'c, 9. io a dk r. NISSAN XTERRA u1 $i20 Cali E n s at
U H O O D ED V EST, :. i.., i ., ,,"'13,, 371.10i; C hris 662-0726 a. 1 u, S- 350 2-1,: 8 r ..13 6C9 8. or
CUS TP size 8'GLASTRON B' : MW 330 6 GRAPHITE GREY X 6 3 .1 3
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aNDb FISH INCLUDED. '." ;;., r,,,Nitro Boat '970 sp,.',^. 8'a M'; RJ 7 i' CORVE'rrE m iiimK 1 9.,E- NVW
POOL TABLE a, O" 126ELPT. NI~r.3 {7 BUICK LACROSSE HONDA ACCORD EX '02
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a .r, : o m .m ,., JBCAOiD^LL LLE -Ti'.. Sunroof., ., Leea te i Pl. Leather 6 i'
>ai, -n. M TOHATS CAILAC "-5 t::,.:,:k A e.. D.D'S.:' '-5 PAULCLARK BI..-S 0SATUORN OF ORANGE PARK
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