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VP-45 Helps Out
Squadron Sponsors Recruits
Page 3


Single Sailors
Liberty Rec Center Offers Fun
Pages 4-5


Not New Shop Moves
Thrift Store Moves to Main Gate Area
Page 8


THTTTRSDAV APRITT, 2007 www.jaxairnews.com


Employability


and deployability:


Striking a balance

From the Navy News Service


E employability and deploy-
ability has become a hot
topic in the Navy because
of recent policy shifts designed
to align the Navy's deployment
and homeport training time with
the rest of the Department of
Defense (DoD).
These changes are intended to
increase the availability of Navy
assets to combatant commanders.
In NavAdmin 051/07, distrib-
uted to the fleet in late February,
Chief of Naval Operations Adm.
Mike Mullen wrote, "The thrust
of this effort was to examine the
ways in which we might increase
our operational availability, the
percentage of time our forces are
available for operational tasks
and missions, while still preserv-
ing our overall readiness and the
quality of service for our Sailors


and their families."
According to Mullen's message,
the nation's many strategic chal-
lenges require a Navy that is
available, responsive and ready.
"We are deliberately taking
action to strike the right balance
between our need to provide rota-
tional forward forces, our obliga-
tion to prepare forces for major
contingencies and crisis, and our
time at home," Mullen stated.
The Navy will achieve this by
maximizing operational com-
mands' ability to deploy, provid-
ing flexibility to combatant com-
manders as well as aligning the
Navy's deployment terminology
and deployment policy with the
Marine Corps, Army and Air
Force as much as possible while
accounting for all of the Navy's
deployed time.
"We have carefully consid-


File photo
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Mullen recently released his new policy on employability and deployability
to better serve the needs of the Navy and Sailors and their families.


ered the potential for person-
nel impacts during this review,"
stated Mullen. "As such, we will
manage the deployment throttle


on our forces so our Sailors and Sailors and their families need
their families are not subjected to understand the changes to the
to a routinely excessive tempo of
operations." See CNO, Page 13


Several events scheduled in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month
| From the Fleet and
A. . , . .A1 . & - Family Support Center


Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Children from the NAS Jax Child Development Center went
on a walk Monday to promote Chid Abuse Prevention Month.
The CDC and Fleet and Family Support Center have teamed up
for several events this month, including a What a Difference a
Dad Makes Workshop today and a carnival April 21.


The month of April is desig-
nated nationally and through-
out the Navy as Child Abuse
Prevention Month.
A variety of activities to promote
awareness and educational oppor-
tunities for service members and
their families will be offered by the
NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC), Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Department and the Child
Development Center (CDC) through-
out the month. All personnel are
invited to stop by the FFSC lobby to
pick up educational and informational
materials on children and parenting.
The FFSC is offering general mili-
tary training (GMT) to all commands
on child abuse awareness. This GMT
is available throughout the year. Call
Sandy Jones at 542-2766, Ext. 115 to
schedule a class.
The following classes and events are
planned in April:
April 17, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
- Discipline that Builds Cooperation
(Brown bag lunch)
April 21, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. - The
Youth Activities Center is sponsoring
their annual spring carnival at the
Navy Exchange parking lot.


Photo by MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson signs a proclamation announc-
ing the beginning of Child Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault Victim Intervention
Month. From left, Sandy Jones, Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) educator,
Carolyne McCorvey, FFSC director, and Myrna Wilson, a family advocacy represen-
tative, look on during the signing.


April 23, 9-11 a.m. - What about
the Kids? (The impact of domestic vio-
lence on children)
The CDC is also seeking male vol-
unteers to read a story to the CDC


children throughout the month of
April. The reading time is each day
at 9 a.m. The book will be provided. If
you would like to sign up, call Ardith
Lamm at 542-2766, Ext. 113.


USS John C. Stennis and strike group now operating in Persian Gulf


From USS John C. Stennis
Public Affairs
The aircraft carrier
USS John C. Stennis
(CVN 74) entered
the Persian Gulf March 27,
escorted by the guided-mis-
sile cruiser USS Antietam
(CG 54).
While in the gulf, the
flagship of the USS John
C. Stennis Carrier Strike
Group (JCSSG) and its air
wing, Carrier Air Wing
(CVW) 9, will conduct
a dual-carrier exercise
with the USS Dwight D.
Eisenhower Carrier Strike


Photo by MC3 Paul Perkins
A flight deck director and other members from air department
work together to taxi an S-3B Viking from the "Topcats" of VS-
31 into take-off position on a steam-propelled catapult aboard
the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74).
Group. This marks the Eisenhower strike groups
first time the Stennis and have operated together


in a joint exercise while
deployed to the U.S. Fifth
Fleet area of responsibility.
This exercise demon-
strates the importance of
both strike groups' ability
to plan and conduct dual
task force operations as
part of the U. S. long-stand-
ing commitment to main-
taining maritime security
and stability in this region.
Two air wings from the
aircraft carriers will con-
duct air warfare exercises
while the surface compo-
nents will conduct exercises
in three general disciplines:
antisubmarine, antisurface


and mine warfare.
John C. Stennis left its
homeport of Bremerton,
Wash., Jan. 16 for deploy-
ment and began operating
alongside coalition maritime
forces in the region Feb.
19. After arriving, JCSSG
began conducting Maritime
Security Operations (MSO)
and providing direct sup-
port to coalition ground
forces participating in
Operation Enduring
Freedom in Afghanistan.
During the 33 days of oper-
ations over Afghanistan,
CVW 9 provided close-air
support and reconnaissance


to International Security
Assistance Force troops on
the ground.
MSO help set the condi-
tions for security and sta-
bility in the maritime envi-
ronment, as well as com-
plement the counter-ter-
rorism and security efforts
of regional nations. These
operations deny interna-
tional terrorists use of the
maritime environment as a
venue for attack or to trans-
port personnel, weapons or
other material.
The CVW 9 squadrons


See STENNIS, Page 13


TOUCHING Navy Tri-base Job Fair coming up
E The NAS Jax Fleet and Family Support Center
(FFSC) is sponsoring a Navy Tri-base Job Fair April
17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Morocco Shrine Center.
=A:,


On April 18, representatives from the Central Intelligence
Agency are offering an information session from 1-2 p.m.
at the FFSC to discuss career opportunities and the
application and security clearance process.
For more information, call 542-2766, Ext. 130.








2 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 5, 2007


Looking back in time...


Hey, MoneyMan!
I am engaged to be mar-
ried this June and I am
happy but also a little ner-
vous. My fiance and I
talk about a lot of things
such as where we want to
live and how many children
we would like to have, but
it seem she does not like to
talk about money. Is this
normal? I have heard that
many married couples have
money problems and I do
not want that to happen to
us? Any suggestions?
MonevMan Sez:
It is funny how couples
will discuss a lot of really
personal things but they
won't talk about money
because it is too personal.
If you don't talk about
money before you get mar-
ried, chances are pretty
high that you will fight
about money later. In a
Wall Street Journal article,
Jeff Opdyke suggested that
there are nine questions
partners should ask each
other before getting mar-
ried. Here they are:
* What are your financial
assets and liabilities?
* How do you use debt?
There is a big difference
between a $30,000 college
loan and a $30,000 credit
card debt.
* What is your money his-
tory? Problems can occur


when a "saver" marries a
"spender."
* Do we need a prenuptial
agreement?
* What are your financial
aspirations?
* What are your career
expectations? Do you both
plan to work? What hap-
pens when the children
come?
* How do you propose we
divide financial duties?
* Will we operate from
one checkbook or three? Or
no checkbook?
* Do you have a basic
understanding of money?
This means the basic under-
standing of how checking
accounts, credit cards and
saving plans work.
I recommend you sit down
with your new partner for
life and discuss these items
and compare your views,
knowledge, and experienc-
es.
Understanding how a
person thinks or feels about
finances often reveals how
they think about other
things as well. An hour
or two spent discussing
finances before the wedding
should lead to fewer misun-
derstandings later.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan at 778-0353.


NAS Jax Technology Expo coming up


ON THE HOMEFRONT


We used to name kids after war heroes


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor


There is so much pressure in a
name. When your baby boy's
last name will be "Smiley," the
pressure is even worse. A boy needs
something solid to balance the cheeri-
ness of "Smiley." Ford and Owen, our
oldest boys, have solid names. There is
nothing fancy about them. So after we
named our third boy, born this past
January, Lindell, some people couldn't
hide their shock. "Interesting," they
said. Which is to say, "weird."
When we were thinking, of
names while I was pregnant, my
friend, Laura Watte.nberg from
BabyNameWizard.com gave me some
objective advice. Lindell, she said,
might sound feminine to some. What's
more, according to her interactive,
online baby name voyager, "Lindell"
only had a brief spike in relative pop-
ularity back in the 1940's, when it
reached a rank of 898.
Only about 15 babies out of a mil-
lion were named Lindell at that
time. While other names like John
and Anne on the Voyager have gen-
tle peaks and valleys of popularity
throughout the years, Lindell has just
one sharp rise, making its graph look
something like a skinny tee-pee rath-
er than a wave.
So we abandoned the name Lindell
for awhile and considered others.
Wade, Grant, and Webb were all
on our list. We tossed them around
day after day and tried them out on
friends. Wade, Grant and Webb all


went well with "Ford and Owen."
They made a perfect threesome. Over
and over again, however, my husband
and I kept coming back to Lindell. It
was the only one that felt right.
"But it doesn't match my other boys'
names," I said to Laura.
Then she gave me the best advice
I've ever received in regards to baby-
naming: a child's name isn't an acces-
sory; it's a lifelong connection to
identity, values and heritage. Fifty
years from now, no one will care what
Lindell's siblings' names are or how
cute they look listed together on a
Christmas card. "In our daily lives as
adults, most people don't know or care
what our siblings are called," wrote
Laura in her blog post, "To match or
not to match." "Our names have to
stand on their own as symbols of our
individual selves."
In years to come, our child likely
won't obsess over whether or not Ford,
Owen and Lindell all go together, but
he will want to know the history of
his name, apart from his siblings, and
what it means for him specifically.
He'll also want to know what it meant
to us.
In the end, it was Dustin who
named our son after my dad, Lindell,
who was, coincidently, one of those
15-out-of-a-million babies named so in
the 1940's.
The name stumbled across my
tongue at first. I seemed to call
my son "the baby" more than I did
Lindell. For 30 years, Lindell has
meant "dad," not baby, to me. Some
people started calling our son "Little


Yank," a throwback to my dad's call
sign when he was an F-14 pilot in the
Navy.
I began to panic. Maybe this is too
weird, I thought. Will Lindell ever
have his own identity? Will he feel
more pressure than ever to join the
Navy? (Not a bad thing, of course,
unless Lindell has other plans.)
Then I went back and read old posts
on Laura's blog, and stumbled across
this one: "Name Detective Part II:
1890's, 2005." In 1890, names like
Dewey arose to pay homage to war
heroes (in this case, Adm. George
Dewey from the Spanish-American
War).
But "homage names are rare birds
today," writes Laura. "Americans of
the post-Vietnam, post-Watergate era
just don't do that sort of thing. We
don't even honor our presidents with
names now until they're safely out of
office, legacy intact."
Besides the fact that this speaks
volumes about our country's current
attitude towards the military and gov-
ernment, it also solidifies Lindell as
the right name for our baby. Dad may
not have been a war hero, but little
Lindell's association with the name
will always include the military. We'll
teach him to be proud of that.
And someday, when Lindell sees
that perhaps only one-in-a-million
babies was named Lindell in 2007, I
will teach him to be proud of that, too.

Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


1 RICHARD TURETZ

Job title/command:
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Volunteer

Hometown: Orange Park


Family Life: Married with twvo
grown children and three grandchildren.

Past Duty Stations: Retired Navy, Chief
Warrant Officer.

Career Plans: To continue volunteering. I'\
been here for the past 21 years.


C'


Most Interesting Experience: The people
I meet every daN.

Words of Wisdom: Li e life to the fullest.


-I


T he 2007 NAS
Jacksonville
Technology Expo
will be held April 17 at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
Helicopter Sea Combat
Wing is hosting this event.
All personnel are invited to
attend for free.
More than 20 exhibitors
will demonstrate the latest


in: communications tech-
nologies, network opera-
tions services, data ware-
housing, information assur-
ance, IT solutions, storage
solutions, audio and visual
Equipment, hardware/soft-
ware and much more.
For more information,
contact Shari Gorga, at 301-
596-8899, Ext. 250 or email
Gorga@ncsi.com.


HEY MONEYMANI


File photo
A P5M from VP-45 launches from the NAS Jacksonville pier in 1954.


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SUNDAY SERVICES

You are invited to the following Base
Chapel Worship Services this Sunday:

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.


, MMA2 PHILLIP STAATS

S Job title/command:
NAS Jacksonville Security
-Department


Hometown: Alexandria. V


Family Life: Married \%ith two chi
dren.

Past Duty Stations: VFA-31, NAS Sig
nella. Italy, Joint Task Force, Guantanamo Ba
Cuba.


Career Plans: Still deciding on ny future
plans.


Most Interesting Experience: Being
stationed in Cuba.


Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!


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/AW Heather Ewton
Staff Writer ...................................MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer ........................................MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Design/Layout.............................................................. George Atchley
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Lean Six Sigma improving



Ombudsman Program


By Corey Schultz
CNRSE Public Affairs


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Sigma improvement processes, at the holders." Horne's team
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cant problems for families, especially then recruited a team of people famil- "Sometimes tl
during long deployments. Therefore iar with ombudsmen. using is more in
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Southeast (CNRSE) Management gram manager Dianne Parker of the tive and uniform
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Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. His -the overseeing organization for the said. "It's a sil
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NS Mayport after 38 years of service


By MC1 (SW) Bill Lamed
USS John F. Kennedy Public Affairs
T he aircraft car-
rier USS John F.
Kennedy (CV 67)
was decommissioned at
Mayport, March 23.
After a 17-gun salute,
USS John F. Kennedy
Commanding Officer Capt.
Todd Zecchin addressed the
more than 5,000 guests,
former commanding offi-
cers, city officials and dis-
tinguished visitors. In his
speech, he described his
feelings for the ship and the
legacy of its crew.
"While preparing for
today, I realized that serv-
ing on this ship is akin to
having a relationship with
a tried and true friend,"
Zecchin said. "Saying good-
bye is a sublime melan-
choly."
Zecchin described the
level of dedication the crew
revealed. He illustrated
their pride in profession-
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tions at night unforgiving.
"None of the watchstanders
complained. In fact, I had
to order them back inside
the skin of the ship because
they were so intent on get-
ting the job done," said
Zecchin.
The ship's commanding
officer took time not just
to remember the crew's
efforts, but of those backing
each of them. "Nobility of
purpose, service to people,
devotion to a cause and a
deep belief in each other is
what sustains us. We could
not have done it without
the support of family and
friends," he said.
Commander, U.S. Fleet
Forces Command Adm.
John Nathman talked about
the ship's history and the
deployments to the Middle
East that made headlines
in the 1980s, 1990s and the
present decade.
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responsibility. Feel privi-
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pride it deserves."
To recognize some of the
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Zecchin asked all who had
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and old, military personnel.
and civilians.
The 80,000-ton warship,
namesake of the 35th presi-
dent of the United States,
saw 18 deployments and 30
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(From left) AD2(AW/NAC) Miguel Madrid, AWC(AW/
SW/NAC) Fernando Padilla, HM2 Carol Blue, Lt. Cmdr.
John Rhodes all of VP-45, and GMI(SW) David Messinger,
recruit commander of Recruit Division 125, proudly dis-
play Recruit Division 125's pennant. VP-45 is the proud
sponsor of the division currently attending basic training
at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.


VP-45 sponsors

Recruit Division 125
From VP-45
The Recruit Training Command (RTC) Division
Sponsor Program began in 2003 as a way for
Navy commands to develop a strong bond between
the fleet and its newest Sailors. Since its inception, the
program has had involvement of several local area ships
and squadrons, now. to include the "Pelicans" of VP-45.
When sponsoring a division, the commands have direct
interaction with the recruits at specific milestones of
basic training.
Representing VP-45, Lt. Cmdr. John Rhodes,
AWC(AW/SW/NAC) Fernando Padilla, AD2(AW/NAC)
Miguel Madrid and MC2(AW) Gary Granger, recently
visited RTC Great Lakes, Ill. for the commissioning cer-
emony of Recruit Division 125.
This event usually takes place approximately one week
after a recruit's arrival at RTC and signifies the official
start of basic training. The ship's officer normally con-
ducts the commissioning ceremony, but in the case of a
sponsored division, members of the sponsoring command
are invited to speak and interact with the recruits. A sig-
nificant element of this particular ceremony was the pre-
sentation of the recruit division's pennant by the ship's
officer and the presentation of VP-45's flag by Rhodes on
behalf of the commanding officer.
Following the commissioning, all four members from
VP-45 had the opportunity to eat lunch with the recruits
and field questions in the berthing compartment. The
recruits of Division -125 had many questions covering a
wide range of topics. Most of the recruits were-interested
about life beyond basic training, all eager to start their
naval careers. The question and answer interaction
between the sponsoring command and future Sailors
establishes a significant connection and fosters a sense of
pride for both the recruits and sponsors.
Rhodes, a prior enlisted Sailor, provided some insight
and motivation as he described his path to "khakis." "All
of you have so much potential," he said to the recruits.
"There's no limit to what you can achieve in the Navy."
Padilla has participated in the sponsor program at his
previous command and gladly volunteered to tike part in
the program again. "I feel that I get more out of this pro-
gram than the recruits do. Each visit to RTC reminds me
of why I joined the Navy and how blessed I've been to be
a part of something bigger than myself," added Padilla.
The Pelicans have plans to attend three other Recruit
Division 125 milestones including the final physical fit-
ness activities, battle stations and graduation.
Fleet interaction with RTC has shown immeasurable
benefits to the recruit. Command sponsorship boosts
morale and teamwork, creates.a solid link with-the
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Assistant Liberty Coordinator Darlene Bielarski shoves a canoe of Sailors into the river during a Liberty-sponsored boats and
burners outing.


File photo
Liberty Cove sponsors free golf lessons for single Sailors monthly at the NAS jax Golf Course. The next lesson
being offered is April 17.










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HN(AW/SW) Lauren Dill ofVP-16 and AT3 Thomas Ferraro of VP-45 play a
friendly game of pool at the NAS Jax Liberty Cove Recreation Center.


Are you a single Sailor who
is wondering what here is
to do this weekend? If so,
no problem! Check out your local
Navy Morale Welfare Recreation
(MWR) Liberty Program. The
Liberty Program is dedicated
to giving you the quality recre-
ational opportunities during your
off-duty time. It is designed with
today's active duty junior enlist-
ed Sailor (El-E5) in mind.
And even though the Liberty
Program is primarily for junior,
enlisted service members, all
unaccompanied personnel
assigned to U.S. Navy installa-
tions are eligible to participate in
events.
However, children under 18 are


CSSN Daniel Schneider and Linda Jones compete in a friendly game of
ping-pong at Liberty Cove Recreation Center.


not allowed on trips and tours
or inside the Liberty Center.
Select activities allow guests to
participate on a space available
basis, but they do not receive the
Liberty Program discounts.
Each Liberty Center is unique
and reflects the local area and
they are all alcohol and smoke-
free facilities that provide free
movies, television, video games,
quiet rooms for reading and writ-
ing and computers with Internet
access.
The Liberty Cove Recreation
Center at NAS Jacksonville offers
a variety of activities on and


off base. Inside the facility you
will find several computers for
easy access to the Internet, plas-
ma televisions for playing video
games and a movie theater with
comfortable recliners.
There are also several pool and
ping-pong tables. If you enjoy
playing pool, several tournaments
are scheduled this month includ-
ing a doubles tournament, eight-
ball tournament and a nine-ball
tournament.
The tournaments are held
every Wednesday at Liberty Cove


See LIBERTY, Page 5


Liberty Cove hosted a Super Bowl party at The Brewhouse for single Sailors.


File photo PRAR Kristina Steele signs in at the liberty Cove Recreational .
Center to use the Internet Cafe.








JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 5, 2007 5


File photo


Liberty Cove sponsors a Texas Hold'em tournament weekly at The Brewhouse.


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Sailors enjoy sumo wrestling at last year's Barracks Bash. The
next bash is planned for May 9 at 3:30 p.m.


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with first place being awarded a $25
gift certificate to the Navy exchange
and the second place winner receives
a $10 gift certificate.
Another exciting tournament held
every Monday, is the Texas Hold'em
poker tournament at The Zone.
Gift certificates from The Zone are
awarded to the first through third
place winners. "I think it's great that
there's something to do and some-
where for single Sailors to go," said
IT2 Sherri Hill. "Sometimes it's hard
to find affordable activities, but the
recreation center offers us great out-
ings that are very reasonable."
MWR programs are priced to be
competitive with establishments
located outside the base and if you
do a price/value comparison you'll be
sure to choose MWR every time!
Liberty Cove program coordina-
tors schedule activities monthly for
Sailors. "Our main focus is to get
Sailors active in the community.
Getting Sailors out of the barracks
to interact with each other and try-
ing things they haven't done before
such as whitewater rafting or horse-
back riding is our goal," explained
Assistant Liberty Coordinator
Darlene Bielarski.
The Liberty Cove Recreation Center
provides a home away from home
with a environment that's friendly,
comfortable and that provides Sailors


File photo
Pool icon jeanette Lee demonstrates some pool tricks at a Liberty-sponsored pool
tournament.


with an escape route from the stress
of a daily work routine," she added.
The center also offers opportunities
to go on roller-skating, skydiving and
Comedy Zone trips, take free golf les-
sons and attend great concerts and
baseball games.
One of the most anticipated events
is the annual Barracks Bash. The
2007 Barracks Bash is scheduled for
May 9 from 3:30-7:30 p.m. in the bar-
racks courtyard. Liberty Cove spon-
sors this annual event to give Sailors


living in the barracks an opportunity
to get out of the barracks and to have
an enjoyable time with fun entertain-
ment.
Activities will include sumo wres-
tling, rock climbing, a dunking booth
along with music and lots of delicious
food.
Liberty Cove Recreation Center
is open Monday-Sunday 10 a.m. to
midnight. For more information on
upcoming events, contact the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center at 542-1335.


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File photo
Sailors climb the rock wall at the 2006 Barracks Bash.







6 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 5, 2007


A better way to donate


organs during National


Donate Life Month


From LifeSharers
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your organs when you die. Now
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helping others.
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"LifeSharers gives you cent of the time
a leg up on the list to get
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as The Advice Goddess. "All you have to
do is promise to donate your organs when
you die. Seems like a good idea to me."
Second, LifeSharers members give other
people an incentive to donate their organs.
The only way to get preferred access to the
organs of other LifeSharers members it
to register as an organ donor and join the
organ circle.
If you are not a member of the organ cir-
cle, your chances of getting a transplant if
you ever need one keep going down as the
organ circle expands.


"LifeSharers is a wonderful idea, a way
to increase the supply of organs by provid-
ing a personal incentive to those who might
consider donating," says Dr. Benjamin
Abelow of Stockbridge, Mass. "Whatever
the reasons preventing people from becom-
ing donors currently, LifeSharers can make


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people feel more comfort-
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desire to help others."
Third, LifeSharers
makes the transplant
system fairer. About half
of the organs transplant-
ed in the United States
go to people who have not
agreed to donate their
own organs when they
die.
"It is a fundamental
issue of fairness that
people who agree to
donate organs should
get priority if they need
one," says Professor
Steve Calandrillo of the
University of Washington
Law School. "It is an
irony that so many
organs go to people who
haven't signed up as
donors. LifeSharers is
helping to fix that."
"People live or die every
day based on whether
their neighbors are will-
ing to be organ donors,"
says John Landsberg,
president of Bottom
Line Communications in
Kansas City Missouri.
"If you are willing to
step up to the plate and
be a donor, then you
should have first access
to organs if- the need
should ever arise in your
life."
There is no age limit
on organ donation and
everyone can offer to
donate, no matter what
their medical condition.
Because there is such a
large organ shortage, sur-


geons are now transplanting many organs
they would have thrown. away just a few
years ago.
LifeSharers urges everyone to join
their organ circle. "Even people who are
already registered organ donors should
join," says Dave Undis, executive director
of LifeSharers. "April is National Donate
Life Month - a perfect time to do it."
LifeSharers members receive a free
donor card, letters they can, share with
family members and doctors and language
they can attach to their durable power of
attorney for health care.


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CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


Do you know what is


important in your life?


By Chaplain (Lt.) Azariah Robinson
NAS Jax Chapel

What is important in life? That
is a question I have pondered
recently. In fact, during Super
Bowl Sunday, I was walking around in
the local Home Depot when my heart
began to beat so rapidly that I thought I
was having the "big one."
I was all excited and
anticipating watching the
Super Bowl with some
neighbors when this hap-
pened. I initially kept
walking in the Home
Depot, but the intensity
of my rapid heartbeat
and the clamminess of
my skin caused me to
pause and try to regain
my composure. The clerk ..
in Home Depot looked at
me mysteriously as I bent
over trying to breathe
normally and reduce my
heart rate.
In spite of my obvious Chaplain (Lt.) A


discomfort, I was in deni-
al about my condition. I was thinking if
I paused for a little while longer I would
certainly regain my composure. When
my condition did not change I made a
conscious decision. In fact, I thought to
myself for a short moment, "what if this
was the big one?" I am not going to cross
over to the other side in Home Depot.
I was thinking to myself that I am not
going out like this and surely not here.
Therefore, I got in my truck and drove
home and had my wife drive me to the
emergency room (ER). The Super Bowl
was not really that important now.
There are situations and dilemmas that
cause each of us to stop and think about
what is important in this human journey.
My experience on Super Bowl Sunday
helped me understand this. Why? I was
facing an unknown situation that allowed
me to reflect in real time how fragile and
precious life is in the here and now. And
yet, as I stared out in to nothingness on
the ER gurney, a peace invaded my being.


Although my heart was beating at an
extremely fast rate, a peace engulfed
my soul and surrounded me. Have you
ever had one of those circumstances
that caused you to stop and wrestle with
such an issue? It's amazing what spiri-
tual revelation emerges from suffering.
In Victor Frankl's book, "Man's Search
for Meaning," he discovered that meaning
was manifested in three
profound ways: (1) by
doing a deed (2) by expe-
.- riencing a value and by
suffering. I am glad that
suffering has a redemp-
tive value associated with
: . it.
There are times in our
lives that we find our-
selves trying to under-
stand the meaning in
suffering. Why me? Why
now? During these criti-
cal and important stages
we reexamine everything
that is important and
unimportant. We even
Azariah Robinson examine and reexamine
"' or faith during times of
danger. In fact, Rev. Peter Gomes said:
"Religion is not the answer to the
unknowable or the unfaceable or the
unendurable, religion is what we do and
what we are in the face of the u n k n o w -
able, the unfaceable, and the unendur-
able. It is the constant exercise in
making sense first, and then meaning."
The meaning in life is resurrected in
suffering. This meaning becomes even
more relevant when practice of our faith
in good time. Moreover, what we discern
during the good times allows us to dig
deep in the depths of our soul to make
sense out of suffering in those in between
times and bad times.
Faith and relationship with God and
the people of God is important. The verti-
cal worship on Sunday is important and
horizontal relationships with family and
friends are equally important because
life is sacred and fragile. That is what is
important in life for me. What is impor-
tant to you?


From the NAS lax Chapel

The base chapel is offering a mar-
riage enrichment workshop called
the Prevention Relationship
Enhancement Program (PREP) April 23-
24. The class will be held from 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m.
PREP is designed to teach couples com-
munication skills and ground rules for
handling conflict and promoting intima-


cy. It is a great tool for every marriage"
and qualifies as a pre-marriage training:.;
requirement.
All active duty members, Department ofU
Defense civilian employees, retirees and.'"
their spouses or fiances are welcome to'"-
attend. The workshop and materials are-:'-
free. A complimentary continental break--.-.
fast and lunch will be provided on both"-"
days.
For more information and to register,:=.
call 542-3051/3052.


From Staff
She Spiritual Fitness
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offers a variety of
spiritual retreats for any-
one holding a Department
of Defense ID card who is
over the age of 18.
All transportation, pro-
gramming, lodging and
meals are free. Retreats
are held at the Sea Retreat
Center in St. Simons Island,
Ga.
Registration is on a first
come, first serve basis by
calling 270-6958. The fol-
lowing retreats are coming
up:
Spiritual and Personal
Growth Challenges - May
4-6, May 17-20

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness

and Prevention Month
By Janice Logan There will also be a Sexual Assault
Interagency Council sponsored conference
April 10-11 from 1-5 p.m. both days.
T he Fleet and Family Support Center This conference will address the medico-
at NAS Jacksonville will be joining legal, forensic, advocacy, and prosecutorial
efforts with NS Mayport and vari- components of sexual assault, including
ous community agencies to commemorate evidence collection and analysis, drug facil-
Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention itated assault considerations and restricted
Month with several activities, reporting with the conference culminating
The kick-off activity will be a reading of in a mock trial.
the Jacksonville mayor's proclamation on To register, please contact at Marcie
April 5 at 10 a.m. on the steps of the Police Scott 360-7144. Admission is free.
Memorial Building on Bay Street. The Women's Center of Jacksonville will
It is hoped that all Sexual Assault Victim also host several activities throughout the
Intervention Command Advocates will month.
appear for this televised event to show sup- They can be reached at 722-3000 for
port for victim services in our community. more information.

Free tax services at the NAS Jax Tax Center


From NLSO
Tax season is nearing its end. If
you've been procrastinating, come
to the NAS Jacksonville Tax Center
to have your taxes done.
NAS Jacksonville operates a tax cen-
ter to provide free tax preparation ser-
vices through a program called Voluntary
Income Tax Assistance (VITA). This pro-
gram saves Sailors hundreds of thousands
of dollars they might otherwise pay to get
their taxes done, and obtains millions of
dollars in tax refunds for Sailors.


VITA is the only free tax preparation
service on base. If it does not say VITA it is
not free. Private tax preparers charge $50-
$100 or more per return and often pres-
sure Sailors to pay high additional rates
to get their refunds more quickly. VITA is
run entirely by volunteers. These volun-
teers are certified by the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) and the center will E-file
returns, ensuring fast refunds.
Who is eligible for free tax preparation
through VITA?

See TAX CENTER, Page 13


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for the next
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Photo courtesy of FOX


Photo by MCSR Matthew Williams
A destroyer steams along the starboard side of Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S.
Truman (CVN 75) as an SH-60 Seahawk, assigned to HS-7, conducts plane guard during
flight operations March 22.




Lt. j.g. Richard Kadlick
assigned to HS-7 per-
forms a post-flight
inspection on a SH-60 .
Seahawks aboard the
Nimitz-class aircraft
carrier USS Harry S. , -
Truman (CVN 75).




Photo by MC3 Ricardo Reyes

Sailors assigned to
the "Dusty Dogs" of
HS-7 watch as one
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'Seahawks approaches
the flight deck of the
Nimitz-class aircraft
Carrier USS Harry S.
Truman (CVN 75)
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8 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 5,2007



Not New Shop moves to new location

By MC3 Erica Treider . 5 lh ' F
Special Contributori7 " . -i'


The NAS Jax Chapter of
the Navy Wives Club of
America has moved its
Not New Shop from Jason Street
to a new location just outside
Yorktown Gate.
The shop was forces to relocate
due to the conversion of their old
spaces into an auditorium.
"We are fortunate to have this
new location. By being located close
to Navy Relief and the USO, we are
now able to collaborate our efforts
more efficiently," said Pearl Aran,
president of Navy Wives Club of
America (NWCA) Jacksonville and
a member for 20 years.
In addition to uniforms, the Not
New Shop sells second-hand uni-
forms, civilian clothing, house-
wares and baby items. Because
the new location is much smaller
in size, the shop is no longer able
to handle large household items
like furniture and appliances.
All the items are donated and
cash donations are also great-
ly appreciated. Store hours


Photos by MC 1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Chairman Irene Schulman and sales clerk Chris McCloskey check out
Suzanne Speight as she purchases a second-hand uniform item at the
newly reopened Thrift Store located at the NAS Jax Main Gate.
remain the same - Tuesdays and mand and the families of deceased
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. retirees for burial honors.
NWCA puts the donations to The club also shares donated
use on and off base. Within the items with a variety of local orga-
Navy community, items are given nizations including the American
to families in need, when referred Red Cross, Hubbard House and
by the chaplain, hospital or com- HabiJax.


SN Jacel Langston browses through maternity uniforms in effort to save
money for an upcoming uniform inspection.
Membership in NWCA is open. Wednesday of each month at 7:30
"Anyone who shares the common p.m. in Building 857. For more
goal of helping the community, mili- information, visit www.navywi-
tary or civilian, can join," said Aran. vesclubofamerica.org or call Aran


NWCA meets the first


at 777-8032.


Retired senior chief is 'Troops to Teachers'


By MC1(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Assistant Editor
Retired AESC Harold Vandiver
has gone from mentoring the
future of the Navy to educating
the future minds of America through
the Troops to Teachers Program and
has recently achieved the teach-
ing profession's top credential of
National Board Certification.
Vandiver retired from active duty
in August 1995 as a senior chief and
his last tour was as the senior flight
engineer of VP-26, NAS Brunswick,
Maine.
Prior to that, he was assigned to
VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville from July
1989-1993 as a flight engineer instruc-
tor and the leading chief petty officer
of the command's Safety Department.
"While I was assigned to VP-30, I
continued a 'Say No to Drugs and


Survive' program that I developed
while assigned to VP-45 in 1985-
89. The program was presented to
more than 20,000 elementary stu-
dents in Northeast Florida including
one school in Havelock, N.C.," said
Vandiver.
"It was probably in that timeframe
that my interest developed in public
school education."
"Before my retirement, I applied
for the Troops to Teachers Program
and was accepted. I started certifi-
cation classes through Jacksonville
University's (JU) Second Career as a
Teacher Program and took five core
classes at NAS Jacksonville through
the Navy College Office," he added.
While Vandiver attended JU, he
was an active substitute teacher for
Duval County. "I developed many
close relationships with teachers
and principals. In 1996, I decided to


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transition elementary education and
obtained a master of arts degree in
elementary education in June 1998. I
was hired immediately by Hyde Park
Elementary and after a few years, I
moved on to teaching fourth grade at
Swimming Pen Creek Elementary in
Clay County."
"My education was always a priority
when I was on active duty. I obtained
a bachelor of science degree from
Southern Illinois University while
assigned to VP-30 and then imme-
diately began a master's program
with Webster University," continued
Vandiver. "I completed that and was
awarded a master's degree in human
resource development from Webster
University in 1992."
For more information on the Troops
to Teachers Program, visit www.
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From Staff
The NAS Jacksonville 2007 Fund Drive in support of
the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society kicked off March 19. The fol-
lowing represents the total contributions reported at the
end of the second week of fund raising. The fund drive will
continue until April 27.


NAS Jax Commands
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
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CBMU-202 Det Jax
CNRSE
CSCWL
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CNATTU
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HS-5
HS-7
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$16,170
$880
$528
$396
$1,210
$1,342
$1,254
$352
$3,938
$220
$528
$374
$1,980
$396
$550
$704
$4,752
$4,466
$5,060
$5,060
$4,994
$286


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$4,304
$0
$319
$0
$0
$0
$678
$296
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$475
$60
$0
$0
$8,206
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$0
$0
$0


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Navy Drug Lab
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NMSC
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PSD Jax
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SCWS
TPU
VP-5
VP-16
VP-30
VP-45
VP-62
VR-58


VS-22
VS-24
VS-31
VS-32
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Goal
$9,754
$66
$1,144
$1,628
$1,320
$20,724
$88
$220
$1,254
$3,608
$1,562
$1,012
$440
$990
$506
$1,012
$9,020
$8,954
$24,200
$9,218
$1,914
$3,014

$4,818
$1,320
$4,400
$4,400


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$3108.35
$0
$0
$1,211
$0
$0
$0
$0
$1,257
$1,068
$0
$0
$0
$597
$0
$0
$12,927
$1,234
$3,079
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$1,250

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$1393
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Summer is just around the comer - stay safe!


By FORCM(SS/SW) Dean Irwin
Commander, Naval Submarine Forces

Giddy up shipmates! After
a rather unusual winter,
the summer season is fast
approaching. Summer can be one of
the most enjoyable times of year, but
it also comes with the need for many
precautions.
Exercising a little oper-
ational risk management
can prevent most sum-
mertime incidents.
According to the Naval
Safety Center, private
motor vehicle (PMV)
accidents are the num- FORCM
(SS/SW)
ber one killer of Sailors Dean Irwin
throughout the fleet.
Statistics show that one Sailor dies
every five days in a PMV accident.
Here is some advice for you and your
shipmates to consider:
: * Wear your seatbelts whenever you
are in a vehicle. It does not matter if
you are driving or are just a passen-
ger in the back seat. Seatbelts can be
the difference between a "fatal" acci-
dent and an accident.
* Ensure you get plenty of rest


before long trips.
are:


The general rules


A. Schedule your trip to avoid driv-
ing during normal sleep hours.
B. Ensure you are completely rested
prior to departure/return from trip.
C. Plan for at least a 15-minute rest
stop every two hours.
D. Limit driving to 350 miles per
day or no more than eight hours on
the road.
For more driving tips, log on to
the Naval Safety Center Web site at
www.safetycenter.navy.mil and click
the Travel Risk Planning System link
to access a number of tools to assist in
your safe travel planning.
With the summer sun comes hotter
temperatures. Heat injuries, one of
the most common of summer injuries,
can easily be avoided with just a few
simple measures.
Remember to drink lots of water,
wear light colored clothing and use
sunscreen whenever you plan to be
out in the elements. Familiarize
yourself with the many symptoms


of a heat-related injury. Heat rash,
cramps, exhaustion and the most
dangerous of all, heat stroke, all have
warning signs. To cool off, many of
you will be heading out to the beach
or a dip in the pool. Be safe around
water. Drowning is the leading rec-
reational killer of military members.
Most occur during swimming or boat-
ing excursions and often involve alco-
hol use.
Use the buddy system when boat-
ing or swimming. Know the weather
conditions and use common sense.
Do not swim right after eating and
especially if you have been drinking
in excess.
When boating, use approved floata-
tion devices even if you are an avid
swimmer, mishaps happen with little
to no notice. Limit your boat to the
recommended capacity and always
check weather advisories before head-
ing out.
Each and every Sailor is a critical
component to mission readiness. Be
safe and enjoy your liberty!


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Symposium held















Photo by MCI (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
CDMCM(AW/NAC) Kenny Ellenburg, Center for Personal
and Professional Development command master chief,
was the speaker of the "First Line Leaders" brief held
at the base theater for first and second class petty offi-
cers. "We are reaching out to first line leaders because
they are closest to the deckplates and may have the big-
gest impact on junior Sailors as far as mentoring them
through career choices," stated Ellenburg. The Center for
Career Development was at NAS Jacksonville March 29
to hold a Career Management Symposium to give career
management training to junior Sailors and officers. It
provided guidance on how to make informed, unemo-
tional career decisions and also provided commands with
training and resources to assist in their retention efforts.



Things you can do to


prevent child abuse

From Family Service Center
Volunteer your time. Get involved with other par-
ents in the community. Help vulnerable children
and their families or start a playgroup.
* Discipline your children thoughtfully. Never discipline
your child when you are upset and give yourself time to
calm down.
* Remember that discipline is a way to teach your child.
* Use privileges
to encourage good Stressed out
behavior and time- and wondering what to do?
outs to help your
child regain control. It does happen. Caring for chil-
* Examine your dren is sometimes a difficult task.
behavior. Abuse Discipline is especially challeng-
is not just physi- ing. Here are some ideas that can
cal. Both words and help:
actions can inflict h Talk about feelings. Take your
deep, lasting wounds, child's feelings seriously and work
Be a nurturing par- through them.
ent. Use your actions * Use firm communication. Say
to show children and what you mean and mean what
other adults that you say.
conflicts can be set- * Model the behavior that you
tled without hitting desire in them. Children learn
or yelling, from what they see and hear.
* Educate yourself a Encourage your children to
and others. Simple recognize each person's personal
support for children best.
and parents can be * Use "time-out" balanced
the best way to pre- with "time-in". Remember that
vent child abuse, discipline is a verb meaning to
* After school teach.
activities, parent
education classes,
mentoring programs and respite care are some of the
many ways to keep children safe from harm. Be a voice in
support of these efforts in your community.
* Teach children their rights. When children are taught
that they are special and have the right to be safe, they
are less likely to think that abuse is their fault and more
likely to report an offender.
* Support prevention programs. Too often, intervention
only occurs after abuse is reported.
* Greater investments are needed in programs that
have been proven to stop the abuse before it occurs-such
as family counseling and home visits by nurses who pro-
vide assistance for newborns and-their parents.
* Know what child abuse is. Physical and sexual abuse
clearly constitute maltreatment, but so does neglect, or
the failure of parents and other caregivers to provide a
child with needed food, clothing and care.
* Children can also be emotionally abused when they
are neglected, berated or continuously isolated.

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Base motorcycle instructor survives crash without a scratch


By Carl Bennett
Traffic and Recreational Safety Specialist, BMT Designers and Planners
As a long-time motorcyclist with 30 years of riding
experience and a Motorcycle Safety Foundation
(MSF) RiderCoach trainer, I have been involved
with traffic education with both the U.S. Navy and State
of Florida for nearly 10 years and now, I am a crash survi-
vor. I always tell my student riders that exposure to risks
provide you more opportunities to be involved in a crash.
The acronym of "ATG, ATT" (all the gear, all the time) is
heard a lot in my training classes and when my students see
me riding later they also see me "dress as I talk, and practice
what I preach."
That exposure to risks caught up with me March 11. While
motorcycle crashes are unfortunately not that uncommon, it
was my first personal experience with a high speed crash. My
2003 BMW R1150R was damaged beyond repair value. More
importantly, I am able to share what did go right after my
initial wrong choices accumulated into what could have eas-
ily been a fatality. Obviously, that was not the case. I actu-
ally came out of this experience without a broken bone or a
scratch.
So this is my success story
I was returning from a week in San Marcos, Texas. I was
into my second day of riding with five hours behind me on
1-10 about 200 miles from Jacksonville. I was about 25 miles
from my next gas stop as I approached yet another tractor-
trailer. Nothing new here, head check, change lanes, acceler-
ate, the car will be clear when I get there. MSF talks about a
simple strategy to manage risk. The acronym of SEE (search,
evaluate and execute) is used during all training events. I
have come to think of it simply as "my plan." I assumed it
would be clear by the time I got there, but I was wrong. And
since I always quickly accelerate past these huge giants, I
successfully placed myself in the trucker's blind spot.
"Plan A," did not account for the overpass we had all just
gone over. These are the main elevation changes that occur
on I-10, whether the semi sped up or the car slowed down
truly makes little difference in the fact "Plan A" failed. I
quickly overtook the car and obviously failed to effectively
scan ahead, I was now in this trucker's blind spot on the left
side.
Time for "Plan B." I immediately began to slow down. I
knew I was hidden in the trucker's blind spot. "Plan A's"
failure to account for the overpass continued to compound
because usually after these overpasses follows an on-ramp.
Rarely does a crash involve one factor, it is a combination of
factors so probably an oncoming vehicle entering 1-10 East
caused this giant to quickly change lanes. I saw the truck's
front tire moving towards the white dashed line. I glanced at
the recently completed construction on the edge of the road to
the left that gave me maybe 12-18 inches of asphalt. I looked
back at the truck moving quickly into my lane. Even if I did
maximum braking at this point it was unlikely I would clear
the trailer.
Now was the time for "Plan C," which meant the grass
median separating the lanes. The second this took now
seemed like hours as I reflect on the events. I steered my
bike into the center grassy median without a second thought
at 70 mph. My brain spit out orders like; stay off the brakes,
keep your head and eyes up, gradually roll off the throttle,
let the bike move underneath me and do not fight it. I knew
my best chance of survival was to ride it as long as possible.
My witness stated that she was amazed how long I controlled
it. Except for a brief moment when I pondered how much it
would hurt and how big the bruises would be, my brain never
stopped making adjustments to "Plan C." Besides, there was


Photos courtesy of Carl Bennett
When the motorcycle stopped in the grassy median, Bennett
went flying a few feet in front of the bike. Fortunately, he
escaped with only one bruise on his knee.
no "Plan D."
Finally, the lack of traction and my own inertia won out,
my assistance on the bike was no longer needed and I felt
myself high-side or basically being thrown over the top of
bike. Again, my brain adjusted and advice from my brother
about his motorcycle track experience came into my head.
I remembered to tuck and roll. I know I tucked my arms in
by the mud on one forearm pad of my jacket and my gloves
showed zero impact damage. I know I attempted to pull my
legs in but due to the obvious spectacle I created, according
to the witness in the vehicle following me, my legs were not
as controlled. I did not check the speedometer, but I would
suspect that somewhere in the 50-60 mph range is when my
free flight began.
Lying on my back in the grass, I mentally checked for pain,
opened my eyes and started moving one set of fingers, wrist,
elbow and finally the whole arm. I checked each limb in the
same fashion and each time to my great relief I appeared to
be injury free!
By now, I was surrounded by people, and while no-one
attempted to hold me down, they all echoed "don't move." So,
I raised my visor on what had been my favorite helmet and
calmly explained that I was not in any pain, nothing was bro-
ken, but I had to check my body out before I called 9-1-1.
To my delight, all my body parts were still intact, match-
ing the places and pointing the direction they have been for
the previous 45 years. To everyone's amazement, I stood up
and walked around, finally feeling a small bump on my left
knee. A couple hours later when I walked into the Jackson
County Hospital Emergency room, the nurse almost required
a copy of the Florida Highway Patrol initial crash report
to convince her I had been run off the road. The doctor was
equally amazed. I had a bump on the left knee and a sore left
ankle. However, the ankle was not swollen, my riding boots
had worked! Upon further examination the doctor found no
broken bones, scratches or bruising. It took six days for the
only bruise to appear which was on my left knee. Had it not
been for a few sore muscles, I could have been to work the
next day.
Riding gear and training truly works for those who wear
it and regularly practice their skills. My plan constantly
adjusted to each change as I recognized it. The semi-driver


* ~~ --


Carl Bennett, traffic and recreational safety specialist for BMT
Designers and Planners, shows his motorcycle after the acci-
dent and the equipment he was wearing. The motorcycle was
declared a complete loss because the frame was bent during
the accident.
never stopped because he couldn't see me.
Lee Park's Total Control book talks about the importance of
controlling one's fear when riding. Having a plan focused my
thoughts and prevented fear from guiding my actions. It was
not until I saw the bike loaded on the tow truck at my home
three days later that the realization of the seriousness of my
crash set in. Frame damage caused it to be a total loss.
I will continue to dispute those who say I was just lucky.
Luck is if I had closed my eyes and hoped for the best.
Without a doubt, I messed up by putting myself in the truck-
er's blind spot, however my plan continually adjusted to each
change, my dedication to always wearing full riding gear
protected me and as an educator I can share this so possibly
others will learn from my experience.
I now have a new 2007 Yamaha FJR 1300, helmet and
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By Danny Woodard
Wellness Center Tobacco Treatment Specialist
Just one cigarette can keep the heart
from using oxygen properly for up
to 24 hours. It releases enough
poison (carbon monoxide) to reduce
oxygen in the blood to the heart mus-
cle and every other organ in the body.
Smoking and birth control
Women who smoke and use birth control
pills are up to 20 times more likely to suf-
fer from heart disease and have a greater
risk for stroke than nonsmokers. Smoking
causes lower hormone levels in women
which can cause menstrual problems, early
menopause and bone weakness. Smoking
also causes the average woman to die 14.5
years earlier than nonsmoking women.
In addition, women who smoke have more
wrinkles and look older. They have three
times higher risk of developing heart dis-
ease and lung cancer than men who smoke.
Women also have a much higher level of
damage to their lungs and heart, causing
more diseases.
What's the leading cancer killer of
women?
If you answered breast cancer, you're
not alone but you're wrong. Lung cancer is
far deadlier. Its five-year survival rate is
15 percent, compared with 86 percent for
breast cancer, and it takes a bigger toll.
Breast cancer killed 40,000 U.S. women
last year; lung cancer, 69,000. The rea-
son: cigarettes. More than 85 percent of
women who get lung cancer are current or
former smokers yet one woman in five still
smokes.
New studies suggest that women devel-
op lung cancer at a younger age than
men, and after fewer years of smoking. In


January, researchers reported that women
smokers were more than twice as like-
ly as men to develop lung cancer after a
given number of "pack-years" (packs per
day times the number of years spent smok-
ing). Why are women more
susceptible? "They may
metabolize the carcinogens
in tobacco differently," says
University of Wisconsin
Oncologist Joan Schiller.
"Or their bodies may have
more trouble repairing DNA
damaged by the carcinogens
in tobacco smoke. Estrogen
may speed the growth of .
cancerous lung cells as well." .
Women appear to be more
emotionally attached to
their cigarettes then men.
Many women have stated,
"I feel like I have to give up
my best friend when I try to quit smoking."
Social support systems are more important
for women then men during the cessation
process. The more friends and family mem-
bers, or professional support women can
get the higher their success rates.
The bottom line is: as with men, ciga-
rettes are the number one premature killer
of women in America. It may take sev-
eral attempts to quit, but keep trying. Not
just lifespan but quality of life will vastly
improve after smoking cessation. You'll
have more strength and stamina, your food
will taste better and you will actually be
able to smell the flowers this spring. You
can try new hobbies and do more fun phys-
ical things when you quit. You will actually
have less stress, not more.
Since 1980, three million American
women have died from illnesses caused


by smoking or fires started by cigarettes.
These deaths were totally preventable!
They died, on average, 14 years prema-
turely. Lung cancer, once rare among
women, has increased 600 percent since
1950. About 30 percent of
high school girls smoke.
Because nicotine is so
addictive, many will have
formed a life-long addic-
tion with many challenges
ahead. Nearly all women
who smoke started as teens.
"What starts as a single
puff is turning into a death

women."
What are the positive
effects after you quit smok-
ing cigarettes?
Twenty minutes after last
cigarette:
* Blood pressure starts dropping
* Pulse rate drops to normal
* Temperature of hands and feet return
to normal
Eight hours after last cigarette:
* Carbon monoxide (the heart killer)
level in blood returns to normal
* Oxygen level in blood increases to nor-
mal
Twenty-four hours after last cigarette:
- Risk of heart attack decreases
Forty-eight hours after last cigarette:
* Nerve endings start re-growing (in
nose and mouth)
- Ability to smell and to taste increases
Seventy-two hours after last cigarette:
* Bronchial tubes relax, making breath-
ing easier
* Lung capacity increases
One to nine months after last cigarette:


* Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue,
shortness of breath, decrease
* Cilia reactivate in lungs, increasing
ability to handle mucus, clear the lungs,
reduce infection
Five years after last cigarette:
- The risk for lung cancer decreases from
137 per 100,000 people to 72 per 100,000
Ten years after last cigarette:
- Lung cancer death rate for the average
smoker drops to 12 deaths per 100,000--
almost the rate of non-smokers
* Pre-cancerous cells are replaced
* The risk for other cancers such as those
of the mouth, larynx, esophagus, bladder,
kidney, and pancreas decrease
Cessation Programs Available
There is no "quick fix" for quitting smok-
ing. The majority of people that smoke are
physically and psychologically addicted
to nicotine. But there is great news in the
21st century to help you quit! There are
many new products and some great pro-
grams available nationwide to help in the
cessation process.
The Navy's tobacco cessation program
available through the wellness center
offers immediate help. Group education
and counseling sessions and individual
counseling is available. Medication pro-
vided include nicotine replacement therapy
(patches, lozenges and gum) and Zyban.
Tobacco substitutes, which are non-nico-
tine tobacco free products, are also avail-
able. All TRICARE beneficiaries are eli-
gible for the program and the medication.
Also, Navy civilian employees who are not
TRICARE eligible can receive limited edu-
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medication.
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12 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 5, 2007


MWR Planner
Mission First, Sailors Always

BOWLING
CENTER
For more information call 542-3493.

Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
duty from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(Shoe rental not included)

Dollar Bowling
Every Wednesday from 6-10 p.m.
Every Sunday from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Xtreme Bowling
Every Saturday
9 p.m. - Midnight
$10 per person (includes unlimited bowling
and shoe rental)

THE ZONE

COMPLEX
Call 542-3521 for more information.

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!

Trivia Night
Budweiser Brew House
Every Tuesday
7:30 p.m.

Karaoke
Budweiser Brew House
Every Wednesday and Friday
7:30 p.m. - until close
Bingo
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m.
Sunday - Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Win cash!

FITNESS AND
AQUATICS
For more information on aquatics, call 542-
2930.

Aqua Aerobics
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11 a.m. - noon

Second annual Capt. Chuck Cornett
Memorial 10K Run and 5K Walk
Saturday, 7:30 a.m.
Navy Exchange Convenience Store parking
lot
Register now at the gym or fitness center.
Forms are also available online at www.
nasjax.navy.mil.
I.T.T EVENTS
For more information about I.T.T. trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Win a four-pack of Disney on Ice tickets
from I.T.T.
Complete the "Disney on Ice Ticket


File photo
Wendell Hand (back left) and his partner, Glenn Pilkinton anxiously look on as their fish are
weighed by members of the St. Johns Bass Anglers Club during last year's bass tournament.
This year's event will be held April 14 at the Mulberry Cove Marina from sunrise to 3 p.m. For
more information, call 542-3260.


Drawing" entry form at the I.T.T. office
Deadline is before close of business today.
No purchase is necessary.
Winners will be notified tomorrow.

Andre Rieu Concert
April 20, 8 p.m.
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
$75 per person, Club section

Kenny Chesney Concert
April 21-22
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
$80.75 per ticket. Limit four tickets per
show.

Pepsi 400 at Daytona International
Speedway
July 7
Tickets go on sale at I.T.T. April 13 at 9
a.m.
A variety of tickets are available for pur-
chase ranging $45 - $126 each.
Limit four tickets per person.
LIBERTY COVE
RECREATION
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted
to El-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
3491.

Jax Beach Blues Festival Trip
Saturday
Free

Jacksonville Sun's Baseball Game
April 12
Free

Free Lesson and 9-holes of Golf
April 17
NAS Jax Golf Course


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

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - D6jA vu (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Happy Feet (PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Zathura (PG)
April 13, 7 p.m. - Casino Royale (PG-13)
April 14, 5 p.m. - The Holiday (PG-13)
April 14, 7 p.m. - Dreamgirls (PG-13)
April 20, 7 p.m. - Bobby (R)
April 21, 5 p.m. - Night at the Museum
(PG)
April 21, 7 p.m. - Stranger than Fiction
(PG-13)
April 27, 7 p.m. - The Pursuit of
Happiness (PG-13)
April 28, 5 p.m. - Rocky Balboa (PG)
April 28, 7 p.m. - Babel (R)

NAS JAX

GOLF CLUB
For more information on the golf course,
call 542-3249. For Mulligan's, call 542-
2936.

Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
April 10 and 24 for active duty.
April 12 and 26 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.

Junior Golf Spring Program
NAS Jax Golf Course Driving Range
Begins in April
Call for more details.

Saturday Golf Blitz
Tee times begin at 11 a.m.
$15 per person
Includes prize purse and team, individual
and skins awards.


O ' CLUB &
T-BAR
For information on booking command or
private functions at the O'Club or T-Bar,
call the Officers' Club main office, 542-
3041.

T-Bar Social Hours
Monday - Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Child Development Homes
Call 542-5381 for more information.

Home care providers needed.
Earn income in your own home!

MULBERRY
COVE

MARINA
Call 542-3260.

Skipper "B" Sailing Class
Class 2 - April 20, 21, 22, 28 and 29
Class 3 - April 24, 26, May 1, 3, 8, 10, 15,
17, 22
$150 per person.

25th annual Bass Tournament
April 14
Mulberry Cove Marina
Registration form available online at www.
nasjax.navy.mil.

YOUTH

ACTIVITIES
Call 788-9772 for more information.

Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.
McCaffrey Ball Fields

Month of the Military Child Carnival
April 21, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Free clowns, music, snow cones and rides

Summer Camp Registration
April 28, 9 a.m. to noon

Non-School Day Drop In
Now available at the Youth Activities
Center.
Call for fees and times.


Volunteer drivers needed
From Staff
he Morale. Welfare and Recrea-
tion Information, Tickets and
Travel Office is currently seek-
ing volunteer drivers to assist with
their Tours and Sports Shuttle pro-
grams.
Volunteers receive free admission
and/or tickets for the tours or shuttles
that they drive for. Interested drivers
must have a current CDL license and a
good driving record.
For more information, contact Jenny
Wallace at 542-3318. Ext. 8.


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Aviation Machinist Mate
detailer ADC(AW) Tony
Nauta talks to AT3 Francis
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Center Southeast about his
choice of orders. Four other
enlisted detailers including
hospital corpsman, yeoman,
master-at-arms and aviation
electrician's mates were
available for Sailors to visit
March 29 in Building 1.


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CNO: Changes align Navy limits with other services


From Page 1

personnel tempo policy in order to under-
stand the new schedules.
According to Mullen's message if a
unit is expected to deploy more than once
between maintenance phases, the maxi-
mum planned deployment length will
be six months. If only one deployment is
planned between maintenance periods,
then the maximum planned deployment
length will be seven months.
"We will endeavor to schedule a six-
month maximum deployment length to
the extent possible," Mullen wrote. .
The aligning of terms with the rest
of the armed forces includes changes to
terms like turn-around-ratio, which was
adjusted to the joint term of "Dwell."
Dwell is the ratio of the number of
days a unit spends between deployments


and the length of the last deployment in
an operational cycle. The intention is to
maintain Dwell ratios at greater than
or equal to 1:1 between maintenance
periods. *
"While this is a change," continued,
Mullen, "some in the fleet have been
operating under this policy in a de facto
sense throughout the global war on ter-
rorism. Additionally, this change aligns
Navy limits with those of the other ser-
vices."
Another of the. changes for Sailors is
the elimination of the 56-day minimum
for deployments.
According to Mullen's message, "Any
time spent on deployment will be count-
ed as deployed time, even if only for one
day."
These changes will improve the Navy's
availability in the war and for major


contingencies. At the same time, it will
preserve the traditional 50 percent time-
in-homeport standard, better account for
deployed time, and provide the most pre-
dictability possible for deployment and
operating schedules.
"We must always be prepared to
respond as the strategic environment
demands, as we have done recently to
support sending a second carrier strike
group to U.S. Central Command,"
Mullen continued. "This approach will
do much for our ability to defend the
nation, deter and dissuade our adversar-
ies, reassure our partners and friends,
and when called, to fight and win the
nation's wars. It is why the nation has
a navy. Your contribution is critical to
this effort and I thank you for your pro-
fessionalism, leadership, and mission
focus."


ABUSE TIPS: How you can help


From Page 9

Know the signs.
Unexplained injuries aren't
the only sign of abuse-
depression.
* Fear of a certain adult,
difficulty trusting others
or making friends, sudden
changes in sleeping or eat-
ing patterns, inappropri-
ate sexual behavior, poor
hygiene, secrecy, and hostil-


ity are often signs of family
problems and may indicate
a child is being neglected or
physically, sexually or emo-
tionally abused.
* Report abuse. If you
witness a child being
harmed or see evidence of
abuse, or if the child tells
you about abuse, make a
report to your state's child
protective services depart-
ment or the local police.


Photo by MC3 Ronald Reeves
The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN
74) conducts operations in the Arabian Sea. The John C.
Stennis Carrier Strike Group is on regularly scheduled deploy-
ments in support of maritime security operations.


STENNIS: Deployed in Persian Gulf

From Page 1

include the "Topcats" of VS-31, "Black Knights" of VFA-
154, "Blue Diamonds" of VFA-146, "Argonauts" of VFA
147, "Death Rattlers" of Marine Strike Fighter Squadron
323, "Yellowjackets" of Tactical Electronic Warfare
Squadron 138, "Golden Hawks" of Carrier Early Warning
Squadron 112, "Eightballers" of HS-8 and "Providers" of
VRC-30.
JCSSG includes John C. Stennis, CVW 9, Destroyer
Squadron 21, USS Antietam (CG 54), the guided-mis-
sile destroyers USS O'Kane (DDG-77) and USS Preble
(DDG 88) and the fast combat-support ship USNS Bridge
(T-AOE 10). More than 6,500 Sailors and Marines are
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TAX CENTER: Open

weekdays, and

Saturday by appointment

From Page 7

* active-duty service members and their depen-
dents.
* retirees and their dependents.
* reservists on active duty for more than 30 days.
* reservists within 30 days of demobilization.
* reservists involved in pre-mobilization.
What to bring to the tax center:
* 2006 W-2's and 1099's
* copies of social security cards
* taxpayers) military ID cards
* and any other tax records that might be relevant,
including copies of 2005 tax returns if available
Deploying spouses:
Couples wishing to file joint returns should come to
the tax center together. If a spouse is unavailable, the
spouse preparing the return will need to bring an IRS
Power of Attorney (Form 2848 available at www.irs.
gov) A general power of attorney from the base legal
office will not suffice.
Where and when:
The center is located at Building 13 at the main
gate, next to the Navy-Marine Corps. Relief Society
office.
The VITA Tax Center is open Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays - by
appointment only. On April 14, the center will be open
for appointments only until 2 p.m. On April 16-17, the
center will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. for walk-ins
only.
For more information, call 542-8038.


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Mayport Security mom receives
By Marsha Childs
NHJ Marketing


Al Lucia Ortega serves
as the Mayport Security
Department's special events
coordinator, which includes plan-
ning ship returns and coordinating
retirement ceremonies. But for the
past nine months she has been plan-
ning for her own special event. This
proud mom delivered her daughter,
Lauryn March 7 at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
Assigned to Naval Station Mayport,
Ortega was followed at Branch Health
Clinic (BHC) Mayport for her entire
pregnancy. She delivered at the
hospital by Cesarean delivery, often
called a C-section, after the baby was
found to be in a breech position.
Babies ideally should be in a head-
down position in the mother's uterus
at the end of the pregnancy. When
a baby's feet or buttocks are in the
birth canal, it is called a breech birth.
A breech baby may be delivered vagi-
nally, but it is generally safer for the
mom to deliver by C-section. Ortega
was scheduled for a C-section March
15, but went into labor and delivered
one week early.
Lt. Cmdr. Mark Fowler, the duty
obstetrician, performed Ortega's sur-


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Photo by HM 1 (SW) Michael Morgan
MA1 Lucia Ortega with her new
baby, Lauryn, in the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Maternal Infant Unit.
gery. "I just met him yesterday morn-
ing. The nurses and staff said he
was a very good doctor. He was so
approachable and joking around. IHe
was great," she said.
Nurse Practitioner Nancy Yarnell,
assigned to BHC Mayport, cared for


Photo by MC1 Terry Matlock


; early delivery


Ortega during her pregnancy. Ortega
described Yarnell as friendly and
helpful. "Ms. Yarnell told me my baby
was breech and prepared me as much
as she could about the delivery pro-
cess. She was very nice and answered
all my questions," Ortega said.
This is Ortega's second child. Her
first child, Michaylah, is excited to
have a new baby sister. Lauryn
weighed in at 8 pounds, 2 ounces with
a full head of dark hair.
BHC Mayport staff has been work-
ing with obstetrical patients to ensure
the services meet their needs. That
includes offering patients the oppor-
tunity to complete the pre-admis-
sion paperwork at the clinic instead
of having to travel to the hospital.
Ortega reported her admission went
very quickly once she arrived at the
hospital.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville helps
expectant parents deliver about 120
babies each month. The newly reno-
vated Maternal Infant Unit (MIU)
offers private rooms with bath, free
Internet access, e-mail baby service
and a state-of-the-art infant security
system.
Ortega also praised the MIU nurs-
ing staff. "They helped me out a lot,.
My stay was really good," she said.


Navy band


performs in Atlanta

U.S. Navy Band Southeast Rock Band, "Pride," performs
at Berkmar High School as part of the Atlanta Navy Week
March 15. The band's. performance is one of many commu-
nity relations events happening during Atlanta Navy Week.
Atlanta Navy Week is one of 26 Navy Weeks planned
across America in 2007. Navy Weeks are designed to show
Americans the investment they have made in their Navy
and increase awareness in cities that do not have a signifi-
cant Navy presence.


HELPING HANDS


Paint the Town
Volunteers are needed twice a
week for this year's Paint the Town
event which is now ongoing through
April. The chosen neighborhood is
in the Edgewood/ Moncrief area.
They are fixing up over 40 homes
this
year. No skill is required. Lunch is
provided If you can volunteer 1 or
more days please contact Wendy
via email wlayton@usojax.com or
by phone 246-3481.
Fun with the Suns
Adult Services is hosting a day
of baseball and fun April 11 for
Jacksonville's senior citizens. If
you have not experienced the
new baseball park this is your
opportunity to see the Jacksonville
Suns play the West Tennessee
Diamond Jaxx (Cubs). Volunteers
will serve as greeters, ushers,
serve snacks and help seniors
find seats. For more information,
contact Leah Hayes at LeahH@
coj.net.
Jacksonville
Jazz Festival
Enjoy live music from jazz's
hottest acts at Jacksonville's
most beautiful venues April 13-15.
Interested individuals will have
the unique and exiting opportunity
to volunteer at the Ritz Theatre,
Florida Theatre and Metropolitan
Park. Volunteers will assist with
check in, merchandise booths,
set up, VIP check in and ushers,
information booths and other
activities. Volunteers will receive a
commemorative T-shirt, meal, and
parking. Email LeahH@coj.net.
The Players
Championship
Volunteers are needed to work
the admissions gates May 7-13. A
volunteer can work a morning or
an afternoon shift. The cost to
volunteer is $70. This includes a
tournament golf shirt, a hat or visor
and a grounds badge. If you like to
golf, volunteer a total of 24 hours
and receive a free play day on the
famous Stadium Course. For more
information,or if you would like to
volunteer, please email Debbie
Verges at debbiev@bgcnf.org.
National Hunger
Awareness Day
The Second Harvest Food Bank
is looking for volunteer groups to
help sort food and stock shelves
June 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. This
is.a great opportunity for you and
your organizations to show your
community support for the day. If
you are interested in volunteering,
please contact Sonja at sonja@
usojax.com.
Mini Football Camp
Maurice Jones-Drew and friends
along with Armor Bearer Inc. will
be holding a mini football camp
for disadvantaged youth June 6-
8. Volunteers are needed in the
following areas: coaches, first
aid, registration and assistants. If
you are interested in any of these
positions and would like more
information, please e-mail Sonja at
sonja@usojax.com.
Boy Scouts
need some help
The Boy Scouts of America is
currently in need of volunteers to
:work with at risk children in two
'communities in Jacksonville. The


program is primarily inthe afternoon
for one hour, one day a week. We
also have some weekend activities
that the volunteers may attend. We
understand that monetary gifts are
good, but time is the most precious
commodity of all, and being a team
leader can mean a lot to a young
child. If not a team leader, be a
presenter to share your special
skills with children. If interested
please contact Aubrey Smith at
504-6182.
Mentors needed
The Children's Home Society is
looking for volunteers to become
mentors to children ages 4-15
who have a parent incarcerated in
prison. For more information, call
493L7747.
Homeless shelter
The I.M. Sulzbacher Center for the
Homeless serves more than 1,000
meals per day, every day of the'
year. These meals are prepared
and served with the help of over
100 civic, religious and business
organizations from the Jacksonville
community. Serving meals at the
center is a fun and feel-good way
to give black to the community. For
information about volunteering at
the I.M. Sulzbacher Center for the
Homeless, call 394-1356.
Big Brother/
Big Sister Program
The most direct way to impact the
life of a child in our community is
to volunteer your time as a mentor.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters has more
than 300 children waiting to be
matched with caring adults. We
have mentor programs that will
work with nearly anyone's schedule
and all mentors receive guidance
and ongoing support from trained
staff members. To volunteer, call
727-9797 or send an e-mail to
ppaterson@bbbsjax.org.
Dignity U Wear
Volunteers are needed to help
process clothing in order to fulfill


the needs of our clients. Volunteers
are needed Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Contact
Michelle Charron at 636-9455 for
information on volunteering.
Help needed
for Special Olympics
Volunteers are needed for Special
Olympics. Events are ongoing. For
more information, call 874-4232.
USO Welcome Center
Volunteers are needed to man
the USO Welcome Center at
Jacksonville International Airport. A
variety of shift times are available.
Call Lynne at 305-4467 or email
lynne@usojax.com for more
details.
Greeters needed
The Jacksonville and the Beaches
Convention and Visitor's Bureau is
looking for volunteers to meet and
greet visitors to the Jacksonville
area. For more information, call
Patti O'Neal at 421-9158.
Docent
volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each week
to give school tours. The Cummer
Docent Corps provides an
invaluable service to the museum
and to its visitors. From monthly
training lectures to the finished
tour, docents use a combination
of important historical information
and good humor to bring works of
art to life. If you are interested in
volunteering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or by
e-mail at sgallo@cummer.org.
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for
volunteers for various construction
projects. For more information, call
Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext.
253. The HabiJax Home Store also
needs help coordinating donated
materials and furniture. Call 722-


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USO and all the services they provide to ser-
vice members and their families. The easiest
way is with a cash donation. In the past there hasn't
been a way to encourage individual donations from
the general public. Several new programs have been
initiated recently that allows individual donations.
The Players Championship has distributed millions
of dollars to local charities from revenue generated by
the tournament. They have an individual opportunity
for charities to raise funds including an opportunity
for participants to win a prize through the Birdies for
Charities Contest. This year, the Greater Jacksonville
Area USO is participating in this fundraiser.
Here's how it works. Participants are asked to
pledge two cents or more for each birdie made during
the competitive rounds of The Players Championship.
If 1,500 birdies are made, your pledge would be a $30
contribution to the charity of your choice. Or, make
a flat pledge of a minimum of $25. Along with your
pledge, you have the opportunity to guess the exact
number of birdies made. The person with the correct
guess wins a trip to Montreal for The Presidents Cup
Sept. 26-30. The second place prize is a golf trip to Las
Vegas and the third place prize consists of two club-
house tickets to the 2008 Players Championship.
, We ask that you make the Greater Jacksonville
Area USO your "Birdies for Charities" charity of
choice. Please visit our Web site, www.usojax.org to
download the official pledge form. Complete the form
and then mail or fax it back to us. The form also
addresses additional contest rules.


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JAx SPORTS & STANDINGS


Tennis tourney slated
A men and women's singles tennis tournament
will be held April 23 at 5 p.m. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women over 18. There will be a separate men and
women's division. Matches will be played at the
Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Awards will be given
for each division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign up
by April 20.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Are you a competition runner? If so, you can
represent the Navy in 5K, 10K, marathons and
triathlons. The 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


The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA Jax
No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each month.
Meetings are held in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The Thrift Shop
is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. For
more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl Aran at
777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID No. 300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
'7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
'Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For more
-information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 38
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m. at 470,Madeira Drive, Orange
Park, Fla. The chapter also has service officers
available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 -
.4 p.m. to help with claims. To make an 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 St. Vincent's Medical Facility in Orange
Park. For more information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on the
first Wednesday of every month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Boaters and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a members
only club open to all active duty, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email commodore@njyc.org.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held the
second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at The,
Country Cabin restaurant located on Blanding
Boulevard. This organization is open to any single,
divorced, separated, or widowed that have children
of any ages. For more information, please check
jout our Web site at www.pwpnflorida.com or call
307-6261.
MOMS Club of Orange Park/Westside holds
:their monthly meeting the second Thursday of
each month at 10 a.m. at the Calvary United
Methodist Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard across
from the Orange Park Mall. Moms and children are
welcome at all activities. For information contact
Nicole Lopez at 504-6016 or go to momsclubopw@
,yahoo.com.
The Association of Aviation Ordnancemen's
.meeting is held the third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve Center on Collins
'Road. For more information, call AO1 Michael
:Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-2939.
*You can also Visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association, Inc.
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
'month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue room.
'For more information, call Janneice Moore at 563-
4645.
The local chapter of the Military Officers Associa-
tion of America meets for a dinner program the
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qualifying times. For more information, call 270-
5451.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00 Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00 Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Sports officials
and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is
looking for individuals to officiate soccer, softball,
football and volleyball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball. Experience is not
required. If interested, contact the NAS Jax Gym.
For more information on NAS Jax sport-
ing events, call Bill Bonser at 542-2930/3239
or email bill.bonser@navy.mil.


third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club. All active, retired and
reserve officers of all services are encouraged to
attend. For reservations or more information, call
772-0237.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Active and Retired Federal Employees
Association extends an open invitation to all
currently employed and retired federal employees
to our regular meeting held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall Building) at
4101 College Street. For more information, call R.
Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association holds
its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday each
month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday
of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral,
582 Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at the
Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m. every
Friday night. For more information, call 269-5369
or visit www.fllx.org.
A military spouse informational seminar will be
held April 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hyatt
Regency Riverfront Hotel. The event is sponsored
by the Medical Transcription Industry Association
and will offer information about the medical
transcriptionist field. For more information, go to
www.mtia.com.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society will hold
their monthly meeting at the Webb-Wesconnett
Library, 6887 103rd St., Jacksonville April 21 at
1:30 p.m. on April 21. For more information, call
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
VP-16 Reunion Roster will be having a reunion
April 27-28 in Orange Park. For more information,
contact Jud and Ann Lord at 771-5446 or email
judann@bellsouth.net.
The sixth annual Fleming Island 5K Run will be
held May 5 at 8 a.m. at Village Square, Fleming
Island Plantation. For more information, call 284-
1808.
The Cecil Field Airfest 2007 will be held May 19
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Airfest is open to the
public with free admission and parking. For more
information, call David Dollarhide at 573-1606 or
email ddollarhide@jaa.aero.
The Boost for the Troops events will be held May
19 from noon to 6:30 p.m. at the Fleet Reserve
Association, 5391 Collins Road. The event is a
non-partisan rally to show support to our men
and women serving our country. Entertainment
and refreshments will be available. For more
information, call 264-2833.
A VP-4 All Hands Reunion will be held Oct.
12-14 at the Crown Plaza hotel in San Diego.
Contact Bill Broadwell at 619-713-2321 or go to
www.vp4association.com for information on the
reunion.
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From Staff
T he Clay County
Agricultural Fair
will have a special
:feature at this year's fair.
As a tribute to our Armed
Forces, April 10 will be
'Military Appreciation Day
Sat the Fair. Everyone is
invited to come and enjoy
the special promotions and
displays that'will be locat-
ed throughout the fair-
grounds. Gate admission
for all fairgoers will be half
price.
Proudly sponsored by
Florida Rock Industries,
Inc., this event is designed
to say, "thank you" to our
veterans and active mili-
tary personnel for their ser-
vice and sacrifices to ensure
our American freedoms.
According to Millie
Wilkes, marketing director,
the Military Appreciation
Day is an important part of
this year's fair.
Prior to opening at 4 p.m.,
there will be a ceremony
raising the American flag
at the front gate. Gates will
open to the public following
the flag ceremonies.
A special show will be
held featuring the U.S.
Navy Southeast Ceremonial
Band on the main stage at
5:30 p.m.
At 6:30 p.m., an exhibi-
tion by the NJROTC Color
Guard and Drill Team's
from Clay, Fleming Island,
Middleburg, and Ridgeview
High Schools will be per-
.formed. At 8 p.m., Winston
'Miller & "Patriot Sound"


will perform.
Special exhibits for the
event include: a UH-60
Black Hawk Helicopter from
the Florida Army National
Guard, Security Forces
Weapons display from the
125th Fighter Wing, Air
Guard F-16 model and
F15 simulator, USO Mobil
Canteen, National Guard
360 recruiting exhibit.
In addition, the First
Florida Chapter Military


Association and the
Military Museum from
Camp Blanding have joined
to provide a military exhib-
it that is open during the
entire fair.
This exhibit covers the
history of the American
Soldier. It will include
World War II European
Theater, World War II
Pacific Theater, Korean
War, Vietnam War, Desert
Storm as well as military


Vehicle Preservation vehicles.


Intramural Winter Golf
Liberty League Standings
As of March 30
Team Wins Losses
VP-16 A 5 1
Ocho-Cinco 5 1
VR-58 5 1
Navy Band 5 1
VP-30 4 2
HS-15 1 1
NCTS A 3 4
CV-TSC 0 4
CNATTU Red 0 6


Team
FACSF
ASD
CNAT-
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CNAT
SCWS
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NCTS


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FRCS
VP-30


Intramural Winter Golf
Freedom League Standings
As of March 30
Wins Losses T
FAC 5 1
5 1
TU Blue 3 2
B 3 2
TU Gold 3 3
3 3
ekers 1 5
B 1 6


Intramural Soccer Standings
As of March 30
n Wins Losses Ti
E 3 0
O'S 2 0


Team
VP-45
HS-15
VP-16
USMC
VP-30
CNATTU
Air Ops
HS-7


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AIMD
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Intramural Softball Standings
As of March 30
n Wins Losses
30 3 0
500 1 0
SE 1 0
5 1 0
lats 3 1
3 1
900 2 1
TU 2 1
departmentt 2 1
16 1 1
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VP-30 Students
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Military Day at the Clay County Free home buying seminar
Agricultural Fair This event will be held March 26 from 6-8 p.m. at
Military Appreciation Day at the Clay County the Mayport USO. Bank of America will be providing
' _the information for this free event. ;�.
Agricultural Fair is April 10. Everyone is welcome Tickets in .
to come and enjoy the special promotions and The USO is selling Pepsi 400 tickets for the race
displays that will be located around the fairgrounds. July 7 at the Daytona International Speedway
Admission for fairgoers will be half price. For more Tickets range in price from $45 to $126.
information regarding this promotion, visit our Web For more information regarding, ticket pricing arid
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Make .n appointment to AIR AI TIMBERLAND SALE NBiltmore 14x70 2/2 ARLINGTON WESTSIDE 3 BR EAGLE HARBOR -4/2.5
seeh end eencDand CGA, unC cation s De-Food,6dmiLstove, like new, * -aNewly Remodeled 2400sf, clubhouse
see trone f kind I N AIN cA, NC, SC & VA WESTSIDE-FSBO-6 mi wsher/drer, ber- $150 DEPOSIT H/AC New Kitchen amenities. On Pond, Pets
329Sf w/dock n STATION I Rivers, Creeks, from NAS Jax, 3/2 er, porch/deck, *Unfurnished Studios B a t h a n d OK $1650 mo. 477-6311
ohns $992K or BA, Huge am- Rolling Hills, 1560sf, $117k, Ren kinbed, quiet prk. *Poo tness Cr-sin Windows. Fresh
Lost and Found buy or sell other proper- ily room with Massive Level, Bottom Land, vated InC/Ext. New P18000. Call owner *Cony to Town & Beaches Painted . Location EAGLE HARBOR
waterfront Roofg 5/3 ry r 00ful walk
Clubs and ties. Ask about military brick fireplace, eat-in Hardwoods, Pines, DrNe Lio661Brner 891C/5200or 568-4023 C/FRaM $395 MO sAtBvd. $800/mo i4/2 $1595. 1944 Wood-
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Rides/Travel Realtor 904-755-1734 Droom, screened porch, 40+4-362-8244 3/2 WITH A RATE WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep Park.cMo.oDis
Notices new tile in baths, 1974 St. Regis Paper Co. AS LOW AS 6.235% Willow Lakes of Arl Special. 1BR, $440.
Personals SFiuao n nyw A/C, roof in www.streoiseaper.com * _*_CALL 904-783-8385 Arlington 7703 Hare Ave. Call 388-7317 FLEMING ISLAND -.
Dating and Homes 1'02, large fenced yard, GOOD CREDIT? REGENCY INN .WESTSlE 2br Newly 3700 sq ft..o6br/4bo,
Entertainment beautifully land- BAKER COUNTY 1-3 ac GETTING HIGH WEEKLY SPECIALS! 3 W nou b h rm for homes c
escaped, custom built high & dry, fish pond, LAND HOME RATES? $139'* 7 DAY STAY *725-5093 ARLINGTON Free rent special. Seaboard location, A+ schools,
cs Aruyle Chimney Lakes storage shed, ready for homes or CALLg904-783-83850ar7
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option $1000 deposit 11060 Reading Rd. I PALATKA- 3/2, furnished discount 904-259- 6256 BSTSID E- 14X66 2 1 BR, All Util. Incl, Pets. Ref. Ren. $595 778-2897 ___Terms,_C_11_904-718-309




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Al 904 386-4210 C l 904-504-7332 . Extras. 10 min. from NAS B E hookups, nice areBa, 5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL
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FamilyLife Marrige 3 Bed 2 Bath * $97,500. Call 904-482-5130 Oceanfront property with NORTHSIDE 1/2 acre in JOHNSALES@BELLSOUTH.NET oPant.N rA9 SUcr e1542-7908W
Can l fe..r Jackson....- * r i e-100 ft Ahigh bluffs. North of Ocen. Way, city has i nlT NorScsidi & Easlslde
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reational property W/ 15 (904) i778-3911sipringfield 2/1, hdwd firs , -
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3000 Dunn Ave.
Suite 43
Jacksonville, FL
32218
(904) 766-1148


1650 MaraMtSked
Suite 4
Jacksonville, FL
32205
(904) 381-8625
R169845


4/2 home 4 rent. Chef
kit wlk-in closet, 2 car
gor/much more 262-7741
WESTSIDE Beautiful
3 BRi2 BA Lokeview
Separte Dining RM -
Luxury M. BR. Fire-
A FFO A LE oceu,. Wotersoft er. S.
Kitchen. Clubhouse. Pools,
ect. Near NAS Owners.com
IDTPT3710. Call- 803-6617 or
2-772-95 $1,300 mo.
12,3 BEDROOM WESTSIDE newbrick
H O M ES3/2 2carc garage 2010sf
$1250 mo. Call David
Ramdoss 904-783.8663
WESTSIDE -Beautiful
brand new 3/2, HUD ok,
S1000mo. Call Mathew
744-8118
i0 0 E s w o II ila d WHITEHOUSE -New 3/2,
2car gar, 2400sf, fplc,
(Caomm'Pool, w/d, $1350m
5 CaCll 561-707-7088


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JAx AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 5, 2007 17


$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208


Homes, Townhomes,
and Condominiumsl
1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms
$450 - $1450
In the Following Areas
NORTHSIDE
OCEANWAY
DOWNTOWN
ARLINGTON
SOUTHSIDE
ARGYLE
WESTSIDE
HILLIARD
SAN MARCO
CALLAHAN
ST. AUGUSTINE
904-757-3466
CALL FOR OUR
RENTAL SPECIALS


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NEAL E TA T
Dan Jones &
Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com

SOUTHSIDE -move in this
week, get a free Plasma tv,
brnd new TH, 3/2.5, w/gar,
SS appi, granite counters
S1250mo. 904-716-6696




Yulee/Fernandina Belles
River Estates 4BR/2BA,
2008sf, like new, $1295.
Call 225-1934 or 705-5453




CR210 4/2, 2008sf, W/D,
2yrs old, sprinkler sys, on
preserve, club, fitness,
pool. $1S550mo. 434-8118

Julington Creek 2/2.5 TH,
icg, all appis, St. Johns
Co Schools. No assoc fee
$11O00m. 525-7548/821-5473



Fleming Island, 3 BR
Condo For Rent. Liv-
Ing RM, Family RM,
Dining RM, Loft with 2
/2 Bath, Gated, 1840 SF,
Garage, Clubhouse, ect.
Masterbed: $475, Bedroom:
$400 each. Deposit $1500 ea.
Call 904-803-4287
Oakleaf Preserve 4/2
1700sf, w/d inclI, ar
$1250m+sec. lease.
negotiable 904-994-1052
ORANGE PARK
lbr/lba excellent condi-
tion, centrally located,
pool, fitness center,
ceramic tile throughout,
S850mo. Call 904-307-9699

Orange Park-Oakleaf
Cottages, New Condo
3/2.5, w/washer & dryer,
tile downstairs, close to
athl. ctr/pool, 1 car gar,
security sys., end unit, 2
stories, on LAKE w/
screened porch. Rent or
RTO. $1200/rm.
Available now. 534-7464



9A/GATE - 2/2 Fully Furn.
flat screen TV, 1st floor,
VI/D, gated /pool / gym.
$1300/mo. 904-755-8928
.Beach Jacksonville
Ocean Front 1/1 remod.,
granite, garage & water
Incl. $1375mo. 881-0895


BOLD CITY
REALTY INC.
Sales * Listings.
Up to $1000 gift check
nfew honme with us.
Military Specialist.
268-1715

DOWNTOWN -1xl condo, lots
of amenities, S795mo. Great
view of the city. 472-7314

Intracoastal West New gated
3/3, 2200sf on marsh,
granite, SS appl, pool,
gar, $1695 14' ceil
3/3 Pnths 1895 273-0125
Lakeshore Cedar Creek
Condo $1000mo 2/2.5
1200sf, waterfront, pool,
gated. Call 904-708-6965
ORTEGA WATER-
FRONT 3/2, gated +
amenities, slip avail,
Free Rent Offer 534-1327
SOUTHSIDE, Lakecrest
2/2, 1st fir, goar, W/D, fpl,
amenitIes, S995mo.+util,
Call Shannon
904-285-5640 ext 118
SOUTHSIDE - Timberlin
2BR/2BA, all appliances,
W/D + garage, pool,
gym, gated comm.
$1100m. Call 904-998-4226



AMELIA ISL. Exclusive
Carlton Dunes Oceanfrnt
4/4, 1st fir, UPGRADES,
prof. decor, extra gar,
3100sf w/2000sf porch.

St. 10ohnsC ... NS
550001StOK/mo. 329-630-8554



ORANGE PARK
1/2 Old Condo For
Re t. 1837 SF, 3 bed/ 2
1/2 bath, Family/Liv-
ing RM & Loft, Garage,
Celg. Fans, Gated, "A-rated
Schools", Pools, Clubhouses,
Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball,
ect. 10 miles from NAS JAX
S1,150/moaCall 594-5879





FLEMING ISLAND PLAN-
TATION 3/2 twn hse, 1
car w/bonusar, amenitcmpies citr.
$1250 mo. Ph. 269-3289





SOUTHSIDE & UNF 3/2.5,
2cgar, 1878sf, w/d, over-
sized upgraded kit. w/SS
Opp. Wd fir downstairs.
Scrn porch. Gated w/pooi
fitness & club house!
So$45me pets k. $1600tilm,
moCall. de. 904.200.2274
WESTSIDE NAS/OP 3/2
w/bonus room, comp.kit.
fen yd, screen porch,
$900 mo+dep. 838-7849



MANDARIN -share 2/2
condo, Loretto Rd. $550
+ 1/2 Util 514-1947
WESTSIDE- Day worker,
urn rm, rvDAY STAY * 725-5093ool,
N/S $475m w/util 777-5955



& ARGYLE FOREST
.I Room to Rent $500
�,,j/month Plus 1/3 utili-
ties. W/D included.
2 car garage. 704-1078.



4 , Argyle Forest
Room to Rent.
C S450.00 plus t/3 until.
Call 803-2098 or 777-4272
or 535-1453. 1-295 Orange
Pork, NAS.
Arlington
REGENCY INN
- WEEKLY SPECIALSl
$139 * 7 DAY STAY * 725-5093


LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Dailvy/WklY Rates!
10% OCff for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 7253343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211




103rd & OLD MIDDLEBURG
3/1.5 $535 ch&o, WD Hookup.
Stove and Fridge, Fenced.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
Westside 3/2 Huge Property
ch&a, WD Hu, $795/mo.'
4 Car Carport, Very Secluded
VANSANDT RE 3893540

Nice 2 & 3 Bedroom
mobile home lease to
own. with low monthly
payments. Call 695-2255







* Baker
* Clay
* Duval
* Nassau
* Putnam
* St. Johns
* Georgia




ST. NICHOLAS 750sf
house zoned CRO, ideal
for ofc or 2/1 rental.
$124,900. 904-229-7722
WESTSIDE 2000SF hse
w/2 out bidgs, .7 ac fen,
zoned Heavy Industrial
city water/ septic, would
make great ofc for con-
tractor. 7185 Beaver St.
$220,000 OB O. Call
904-387-0176
WAREHOUSES
For Sale -4000sft., 6500sf.,
7800sf., and 7950sf.,
Brick and Block. Grade
Level. Easton, Sander-
son & Co. 356-2228
Realtor







* Baker
*"Clay
* Duval
* Nassau
* Putnam
* St. Johns
* Georgia




ORANGE PARK
Brand New office condo.
Includes 5 private
offices. Partially turn.,
1200SF, Avail immedi-
ately $1800mo includes
CAM 904-307-9699 Mike

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Mandarin Office
Furn or Unfurn. 12
Telephones and Workstations
Warehouse Avail. 288-8500

MANDARIN Exec. Ofc
space. Approx 3500sf.
Call for details 673-0744








* Baker
*Clay
* Duval
* Nassau
* Putnam
* St. Johns
* Georgia





RESTAURANT
Bldg. 8750sf -San Marco
for sale or lease. 1444
Home st. off Hendricks
Ava. New roof and
HVAC for 5yr lease.
$3000/mo.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356-2228 Realtor

SOUTHSIDE
10,650sf, 11,040sf, or
21,300sf avail, ware-
house. Grade level.
Common dock available.
Univ @ Powers. $4/sf.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356-2228 Realtor




Country Boy Meat Stix
Exclusive Opportunity
Avail. Sales and
distribution of Meat Stix
to retail - vending and
non profits In your area.
Proven Program $35,000
(530)262-7643 Doug
(800)684-5006

Nat'l Coffee Retailer,
area development opply.
Call today 941-875-2824.
www.dallygrlndunwind.com









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* Specialty Training/
Events



REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class April 9
8 Week Eve Class May 16
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute


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* CONSTRUCTION
SURVEYOR
* CONSTRUCTION LAYOUT
Registered preferred. Top
pay & benefits, 401K.
Call Callaway Contracting
904-751-8944




GENERAL DENTIST
Branch Dental Clinic
Mayport, FL
1-800- go 347- 2705
EOE






w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $0hr.
Apply in person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400. Drug Free wkpic


Data Processing Clerk
Good Interpersonal skills
Ability to type 35-40
wpm. FT/PT hrs, start-
ing pay $11-$12hr. For
interview colil 904-297-3392
Sweeper Driver's needed
for nights & Labors
needed for days.
Call Pavement America
904-260-2666
VETERINARY
RECEPTIONIST AND
KENNEL ATTENDANT
Exp'd In Avimark Syst a
plus. contact:
miramoranimalhospital@
yahoo.com

BRINKS, INC.
Founded in 1859, Brink's
is the world leader in
secure transportation &
cash mgmt services.
Now taking
applcotlons for:
Drivers, Guards,
Messengers
APPLY NOW!
Full and Part time posi-
tions available
We Require:
Clean Criminal
Background
Good Driving Record
Verifiable Work History
Valid Driver's License
Must be able to
lift up to 50 lbs
Work in a fast paced
environment
Pass a drug test & physical
Be able to obtain a state
armed guard license
Benefits Include:
Overtime Pay After 40 Mrs
$9.50 to $10.25 per hour
$500 Sign On Bonus
$1000 Bonus for
D & G Licenses
Paid Vacations/Holidays
Medical/Dental/Vision
401(K) -with 125%
company match.
For information and
directions please call:
904-353-4331
Brink's Incorporated is
an EOE, M/F/V/H
License # BB 8708010


MULTICRAFTED-per-
sheetrock, carpentry,
painting, caulking exP
and more. Need own
tools/ transportation.
Coll Tom 626 -4294

APPLICATIONS
to the Jacksonvile
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Joint Apprenticeship
Trainino.Program ore
now available for the
2007-2008 school term.
Cut off davete wil be April
27. Applications Apply .
9amwith D11:45 am & G lic.:0 pm
4:45 pm, Mon$10/hr.Fri at 489
Stevens St. Ph. 7812112
for Info.

PREPRESS OPERATOR
NEEDED
gMus hve experience in pre-
pressx. nd printing using
moiar desktop publication
applications. Apply of
Drummond Press,
2472 Dennis St., (904) 354-2818.






ARMED SECURITY
GUARDS
with D & G lic.
Up to $10/hr. Full time.
Call 378-3470






PROPERTY
MAINTENANCE TECH
Westside Sr Community
FT w/ benefits. Min Syrs
general maintenance
exp. PMC lic a plus. Fox
Inquires to 771-7409




BOAT MANUFACTURING
* FIBERGLASS
* LAMINATORS,
* MOLD MAINTENANCE
- GUN OPERATORS
with exp. Immediate
openings for Starke
Fiberglass Boot Manu-
facturer. Pay based on
exp. Cail 904-964-8228
for more information.

BOAT WASHER F/T
$10/hr, full benefits.
Apply America's #1 boat
dealer. Apply In person
Tracker Boat Center
7762 Blandino Blvd.


Looking for that


Fun Weekend Job


with good pay?

Must be self motivated
Call 904-260-9792

or apply in person at 11409 San Jose Blvd.

www.Jumpy-things.com


$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
DANCERS DANCERS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
DANCERS DANCERS
Passion 641-5033
DANCE RS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370
DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641.5033

PARADISE ISLAND
DANCERS NEEDED
Call 998-3111

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 3991110




Contractor's Best
..NOW H IR ING **
FT/PT Positons Available
Home Center Exp or
Retail Exp required
Apply at:
Contractor's Best
5800 Ramona Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32205




DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
APPLY NOWll
Come drive for ust
YELLOW CAB. 493-5250.
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Childcare St.Mary's.
Day, Evening Drop-ins
S Welcome. Parents
Night Out 6PM-11:30
PM Friday, Saturday
Nights. 673-8517.
Call Melissa.





S.B.Brown Quality
Concrete Specialilzing in
driveways patios, side-
walks, parking lots.
Call 614-5040
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Now Hiring Nice People!


Customer Service Representatives
Management Trainees

Daily's is always hiring nice, bright, energetic people.
Come join the Daily's team and become a part of the
nicer experience. Daily's offers competitive salaries,
excellent benefits, flexible schedules and advancement
opportunities.


Visit our web site at www.dailysstores.com.
Job Line at 904-596-3266 to apply.


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SSPRING SPECIAL"
1Rm, ceiling walls & trim
$75.00
861 4764




AFFORDABLE Dependable
Res & Con, roofing repairs
& new roofs, flat & metal
Lic # ccc 1326674
e699-87396



2- MG Midgets, one
parts car, one running
w/ extras.
Call Brad- 616-1352
, TABLE- Primitive
S Georgia Farm
< Kitchen Table.
$325. Call for
appointment. 296-5883.



SKenmore Wasther and
SDryer $100.00 each.
t Phone- 904-264-4587
Maytag
Washer and Dryer
/ X-Large Capacity.
$200. Ca1l904-264-9984
4 REFRIGERATOR
18 GE Cu Ft. w/
Icemaker. $300
OBO. 284-7910




4 WASHER & DRYER
Like New, Kenmore
Heavy Duty. White
Finish Extended War-
ranty. $600.00 For Both.
OBO. 912-576-9143
Washer & Dryer Ken-
more heavy duty $235
for set. Call 904-838-3614
WASHER & DRYER
stackable, whirlpool,
2.9/3.8cuft, 24" front
loading, used lOx, new 0
Best Buy $1400. Asking
$950. Call 904-674-2292
SWhirlpool Stove and
D/W. Great Condition.
1 $100 each or $175 both.
Call 912-576-7717



SMen's Black Leather
Never worn. 50.00 Call
912-576-3130



SASHA DOLLS (2), Kiltie
& Redhead + OTHERS.
386-684-1342



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Brand New Pillowtoo Sets
Queen $110 King $250
Memory Foam from $340
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED- Queen Siye Pillow Top
M., - i.:l ilt:, 904674 0401

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Oueen Full Heoabc-rd
exC.-ileni conail..n C.:.s
il u,6 5,11. t-i' V. ;39.
Cabinets-Store your
DVDs, CDs, or
tapes. wood grain,
lockable doors, on
wheels. 39" toll. Like
New, $45. Two others, 60
in tall, 30 in wide, exc
cond, $15 ea. 268-2482
COMPUTER ARMOIRE
-large, whitewashed oak,
drs close, must pickup.
$300 398-3183
4 Curio Cabinet. Light
Wood with four glass
t shelves. Display Light.
Excellent Condition.
$300 OBO. Call 912-576-7717
Curio cabinet..mirrored
back, recessed lighting,
beveld glass, 6ft tall, ash
colored, new condition
$400. Call 904-527-1180.


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ROLL TOP
DESK
EXC. COND.
$500 573-9344 OR
762-5998

Dining Room Table
White Pine with
Ceramic Tile In Lay &
Matching Chairs. Like
New. $225 OBO 268-8656
Diningroom table
Beveled Glasstop,
5'x3' w/6 chairs,
will mail photo.
220-5199 or
pspeevack0comcast.net
SDining Room Table,
Beveled Glasstop,
B k5'x 3', w6 chairs,
will em photo.
Call-220-5199 or 221-5479
42" Flat Screen T.V.
Strand new block $1,000.
Cherry Oak Table 6
chairs, $250. 925A
Essex SQ 904-226-5571
Four Poster Waterbed
Dark Pine Four
Drawer Pedestal,
about 35 years old.
Very Pretty. $200.00
904-225-2769 Yulee
SFUTON.
Cherry w/ Blue
S Cover. Double Size.
Excellent Cond.
$150. 284-7910.
Italian Furniture, Six
Piece Bedroom. Desk,
Bookcases, Sofa and
Loveseat, Coffee and
end table, Painting. Call for
prices. 904-910-3710
Italian Leather Six
Piece Living Room
Sofa Sleeper;
Six piece Kitchen Din-
ing Room Set
ALL FOR $800.00
Call- 542-2732
SLike New-Ashley
Furniture Solid
Wood Office
Suite-includes desk
w/keyboard pull-out, 2
drawer file cabinet,
L-return, bookcases
/storage areas. Perfect
Condition, Glen Eagle
Model, call for pics, a
must see, $1200 OBO.
(904)708-4499
4 Livingroom &
Bedroom Furniture-
S |with two JVC Multi
system TVs, good
mat. Call (912)674-0796
SLIvingroom Set $600;
SQueen Bedroom $600;
V D Diningroaomn Light
Wood $600. All Like
New. 771-0470 or 434-1952
SLOVESEAT Queen
Anne Legs Very
S; Old. Beautifully
Upholstered Fabric.
$325. 296-5883.
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $185
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$125 Must sell 904-674-0405
One 9' Couch; One
6' Couch; One
Recliner. Call for
details John
901 612-9998
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Queen $295. Twin
S i Beds Walnut Head-
boards $375. Both
Like New. Cash Only.

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Fl eming island
Garage Sale
April 7-8 1879
Indian River Drive,
BR furn, dining rm furn,
yard tools, golf clubs, desk,
ect. 8AM to 1:00 PM.
Intracoastal Huge Garage
Sale Everything Must
Goll Gas stove almost
new, crib w/ mattress.
loft bed, captains bed,
computers, clothes,
playpen, 187 Annandale
Dr E. Sat. 4/7, 7a-12N
SKingsland Garage Sale
316 Hillside Court. 8
S AM-12 PM Furniture,
Stereo Equip., House-
hold, Chldrens clothes and
toys, fishing gear, much
more!
SOUTHSIDE -3 family
moving sale, Fri-Sat
Sam. Furn, TV's, etc.
6905 Madrid Ave.
SOUTHSIDE - Sat. 8AM
9720 Cunningham Road.
Come see!
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



G Cleaned Garage Chain-
saw 14", Ryobi
I Weedeater, Medium
Sized Dog House, 4
green resin Chairs, other
stuff. All Cheap. 343-3173
47 MOWER-
CRAFTSMAN
Riding Mower.
Older but Mows
Good. $150. 282-6946
47 Troy-Bult Tiller 5.5 HP
Reor Tine. F/R Adlust-
able Throttle Barely
used, great for resod-
ding lawns. 287-7030 $400.00



47 HYDRO SPA
5 Seater + Lounge.
Lexxus Waterfall.
LED Color Mood
Lighting, Selling b/c of
sickness. $2500 OBO
284-7910.






47 Little Tikes
- Sctlool house lyr
"lIold. Excellent Cond.
Paid $300 Asking


4 5spd Dremel-
/ w/accessory kit,
S $30. Crafstman 5
S amp laser orbital
scrolling sig-sOw, $40.
220-2916
4 Crafstman Laser
Circular saw $35, 18
S| volt hammer drill &
reciprocating saw
combo kit, $170. 220-2916
evenings.



$600 Nordic Track,
SLike New, only $195.
Yardman Self Starter
Lawn Mower with
Bagger, $25. Call 771-0249
2 Car Garage Door
with hardware $100
S OBO. 912-729-7982
A Bodysolld Multi Sta-
tion Home Gym Almost
SI New. Bought 1700.00
Sell 1199.00
Call 306-2898 or email
ilrims@hotmail.com
4 Boys 12" Bike w/ train-
I ng wheels, left handed
S toddler Golf Clubs,
Kids picnic table, sand
box, Trike All Cheap 343-3173
4 Criminal Justice
Degree Books Violent
1 Crime and Killers
Among Us Call for
details on books- Call-
612-9998


Dirt Devil Upright

Antique Milk Can Hand
Painted $35.00, Luggage 2
piece $30.00, 781-6222
4 Electric Wheel Chair,
Pride Mobhlily Flash
Battery Powered with
SOnboard Battery
Charger Like New. 850.00
OBO 729-7171 or 322-7339
SEllptic Stepper Exer-
cise Machine, New.
Paid $300.
t Sell for $10000 B
Call Mark 912-674-5633
S Gas Range.
While, never used.
$400. Call 292-2239
4 GE Side by Side 22CF
Black Refrigerator.
I Excellent cond. $600.00
Orange Park area. Call
542-0433
Moving 9 FT Christ-
mas Frazier Fur Tree,
S$350.00, asking $150.00.
Two Reindeer, New 75.00.
OBO Call 904-491-7996
SMulcher Mower $55.00,
Ford Truck AM/FM
Radio $25.00, VCR
player $15.00, Boys 20"
bike $10.00, Rockford Boom
Box $45.00. 781-6222
Need one each mili-
tary sew on patches
from VA-174, VA-15,
SNAS Bermuda Call Don
998-7154 or Leave message.
New Ping Pong Table
Tournament Weight,
120.00 904-215-5206
A RIMS 16X8 Yolcohom
Geolander Tires
235/70/76 15000 miles
left on Tread Have
receipts 400.00 OBO Must
Sell. 904-386-8154
SunQuest Pro26 SXF
Wolfe System $750.
Call 904-786-3826
WEDDING DRESS
Never Worn, Size 14.
l Paid $800 Sell for $400.
OBO.Call 912-674-6306



A BUNDYSELMER
CLARINET
S with hard case $100
OBO 904-880-4685
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
PIANO Kramer Upright,
Fair condition, $150
Call 591-0225
4 Six String Guitar
Acoustic Electric
Great Sound. Low
Action. $75.00 OBO.
904-880-4685. Leave Message.
VINTAGE PIANO
Rare 1911. Vase & Sons
Mohahony Upright.
Excellent Condition
and Sound. Will Help Move.
$1,400-OB0 Call- 282-6466



FREE MOBILE
SHOME 14 X 60. 2
-It BR. 1 BA. Tires,
Axles, Clear Title.
282-6946.



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GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS - AKC $700 each.
1 year F $500. 904-806-4466
GREAT DANE AKC M/F
HC $800-$1200. 904-259-1706
www.frewebs.com/Kingskennel/
Havanese Puppies AKC
M/F hith cert, $1000. Call
407-973-8816 352-750-2130
Himalayan Kittens 8wks,
CFA reg, shots, $300
cash. 904-757-7596
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballform.com
MIN-PIN PUPS CKC
Health Cert, M/F, Ready
4/4. $400. 904-277-8129.
PIT BULL PUPPIES
5 pups, 1 male, 4 fem, 9
wks, $100. (904)765-2460
PODDLE TOY - APR reg,
born 03/08. 2/F, 1/M $500.
shots / HC. 904-997-8640
Pug Puppies Registered,
3 Females Fawn $500ea
Call to see at 904-683-0922
PUGS, AKC, beautifully
tiny fawn males, $550.
386-586-0467 / 386-586-8766
SHELTIE PUPS AKC
8 weeks old, reg, shot
records, family history
certification. $600 (H)
904-225-8634 (C)629-0260
SIBERIAN HUSKY IM,
snow white w/blue eyes
904-665-6415, 904- 272-5936


Shih-Pzu Puppies AKC
Reg. champ bidllne $650
Ready 1st week of May
Call Trey or Christie 0
1-256-882-5171 visit website
www.lilcowboykennel.com
4. SIBERIAN HUSKY
Pups. AKC. Light
Red/White, Cham-
pion. Health Cert.
1st Shots, Dewormed,
OP. $600. 264-8083.
WESTIE PUPS AKC M/F
POP $350-$400
386-208-1323, 386-647-6293
YORKIE PUPS! AKC
Champion Bloodline
2M $1200ea, 2F $1600eo!
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Call 229-263-1540







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donkies 282-4571
HOGS - for
sale, BBQ size pigs
553-1306






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4 Yamaha WaveRunner
III 1992, NewEngine,
Less than 5 hours,
Trailer included. Ask-
ing $1400.00. Call 912-882-6444
4 16 Foot Carolina
S 25 HSPR. Mercury
included $2100.00 online.
Photos available.
904-491-0292 (Yule,)
A 18' 1977 Bass Boat. 85
HP Joanson, Runs
S good, electrical good,
1 many extras. $1800.00
J OBO. 912-322-8618
S B20' Cuddy StingRay
2500GS 2001 Merc5.0,
m1o1 220HP, Low MRS Like
New. Stove, Sink,
goodv, *:r..lA ctr .':i ..:o :
traiir ei'dr a' '68 .

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YAMAHA 150
4 stroke,
56 gallons,
only 30 hour on
the motor.
GPS 498 float on
trailer,
5 months old,
0ll electronics
Rolling motor








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S2000 Dutchman Express
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* 2005 Hi-Lo 28' TT.
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* 2006 Keystone 18' TT
* 2006 Prowler 27' Bunkhouse
* 2005 Open Road 35' 5th
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Condition, Like New.
Call for Pricing
Family Owned.
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(904) 714-9939
614-1 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
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A Buell XB9R Firebolt
S2005 Mint Condition.
Lo Never seen rain. 960
Miles, $8500 242-8345
Cl CRUISER 250. CC 2005
i New Only 90 Miles.
. 2Loaded Compare
Virago 12,000 Mile
Warranty Illness forces sale
$2500. 904-387-5672


Harley Dyna Super Glide
'04 - 4300mi.. mint condi-
tion with lots of extras.
$11,000. 904-730-2354
Harley Davidson FXRS
'91 Low mi, lots of
chrome, many extras,
exc cond, must sell.
$7800 obo 904-743-6751
Harley Davidson
XLH883 Sportster 2003,
3750 ml, custom
l wheels, seat, extra
chrome, garaged kept.
Great Condition, $6,200
Call 568-9653
HD FXDWG 1995 Well
maintained. Custom
SPainted. Tank detach-
able. Windshield.
Saddlebags, extra seat. 70K
miles. $6500 282-5842 Eve-
nings.
HONDA SHADOW '96,
VT600CD, 9500mi, gar
kept. $2500. 502-3412
4 YAMAHA TTR-230
'07 With 3 yr war-
ranty, less than 20
hrs use, many
extras. $3500 OBO. Call
(912)674-0796



TIRES FOR SALE
Four P31575-R16
Maxxis Buckshot Mud-
ders 98% $425.00 OBO.
Contact Jim Hutchinson
542-0513 or 282-1029




CADILLAC DEVILLE
'71, Adr sedan hard top,
44k ml, exc, $7000 273-6076



7 ACURA INTEGRA LS
91 Green, 2 DR at AC.
k PS, PB. AM, FM, CD,
sunroof, $1,200.
OBO 904-982-0246
SACURA RL '02
SLeather, CD, SR,
beautiful. $16,990
998-0012
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� i ACURA RL '05.
SNavigation, fully
equip, shonroof. 22room
cond. 5000 miles. $40,995

998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TL '04
Leather CD,
sunroof. $22,890
998-0012
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AUDI A4 '03
BLACK ON BLACK,
LOADED, $21,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
AUDI A4 3.0 '04
VERY CLEAN, $27,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
AUDI TT 1.8T '04
coupe, 29K Mi, $20,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
BMW 325CI '02
CONV. CLEAN. LOADED,
Volksaogen of Orong, Pare
14al WCIIS Road 269'.0(3
SBMW 325cl 2001
FL'LL Y LOAD-E O'
X,'.F. r M al C aI0.1,
TilarniumaAl. k
L--lri r Cu bo-iO
ln-'lt-i. EAC Cond ,l 84
milJI 6J1.6B83
(7\ BMW 325i '04
Bluelan. 117.490
9 980012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 325i '05 Coupe
25K miles. 425,890
9980017
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( BMW 325i '05
Sedan. Ex Low Mi,
Fully Eqpl. I2t,480
998.0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 330CI '06
CONV, ONLY 4K MILES,
$45,995
Volkswagen of Orange Pork
1481 Wells Road 269-2603


BMW 330Ci '04
Convertible. Extra
low miles. $32,660
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/7\| BMW 525i '04
Black/tan. $25,480
998-0012
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( I BMW 5251 '06
White tan, like new
$37,990. 998-0012
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� BUICK LESABRE
'04. Leather, CD,
fully equip $12,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Cadillac Deville 05 Pvt,
silver, XM, Onstor, 23K
wrty, $23,500 904.591.8529






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' Z28'01. Red/tan
Ithr, T-tops. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SChevy Malibu '99
LS, 4dr, 96k miles,
s blue, auto, pwr
seats, pwr windows,
great cond. $3900
880-9234, 680-6842
Chevy Monte Carlo 1996,
$2500. '96 Corsica $1450
'98 Cavalier $2,000 864-4774
CHRYSLER 300
SIGNATURE
SERIES '05. Lthr,
CD, Nayv. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCHRYSLER 300 '05
Touring. 2 to
choose. $20,990
998-0012
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SCHRYSLER
SEBRINGConv.
Ltd '04. $15,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 CHRYSLER
SEBRING CONVT
GTC '04. Leather,
fully equip. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER CONV
LTD '0S. Only 2000
miles. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(f CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD, beautiful. $33,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE NEON '99
Runs great, cold A/C
,automatic, 4 door
coupe, new tires. Ask-
ing $2400. Call 912-882-6444


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FORD ASPIRE 1995,
- runs great, 38 MPG,
Cold Air, New Tires, 5
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Call 912-882-6444







'04 AUDI A8L
Quattro. Silver
$29,000
'04 JAGUAR XJ8
Low miles, fact warr
$31,900
'04 TOYOTA
SEQUOIA
Limited. Black
$25,900
'05 JEEP
RANGER X
Only 18K miles, white
$18,900
'06 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 mi
$24,900
'05 TOYOTA
CAMRY
Cabrio. Factory warr.
$24,900
'03 NISSAN 350Z
Touring. Silver,
low miles
$21,900
'01 NISSAN
FRONTIER
SE model
$15,900
'04 BMW 325Xi
Nay. Stick, SR.
$24,900
'05 ACURA TL
White, fact warr.
$27,900
'04 CHRYSLER
�SEBRING
Convert. Only 20K
$12,900
'05 BMW M3
Silver, Cabriolet
$44,900
'04 JEEP
LIBERTY
Low Miles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
'05 MINI
COOPER
Convertible, Red
$23,900
'06 SCION XB
Black
$13,900
'06 INFINITI
G35
Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER
$27,900
'05 VOLVO XC90
Only 7000 mi, silver
$33,900



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_/ Lincoln LS '0o Fully VW PASSAT'06 HANDICAPPED
* ont'equip, gar kept, must S17,990 2006DODGEJ -- CADILLAC FORD RANGER XLT NISSAN E PP
CHRYSLER 90-764-7009/742-9131 Volkswagen of OrangePark ESCALADE'04 DODGERAM 00 '04 Suercb Clean, PATHFINDER 06 EQUIPPED ALIVE or JUNK CASH
CROSSFIRE MECEES S-SO-01 1481 Wells Road 269-2603 .11l[ e, 'l E804 DODGE RAM lW80 "99 u ,e
S ROSSFIRE MERCEDES 500-'01, Flly equip $28,990 HEMI, LOW MILES, ne owner, Like 22990 r/ truck Free ow
Rllike brand new, VW PAStAT '06 998-0012 LOADED, $20,990 $4500 Neg. Matching $$$. 724-0011t/ 751.0771
Ok m ike brand nw. VW PASSAT'06 998-0012 Volkswagen of Orange Park shell. Call 912-322-8690 or 998-0012 Ford Legend Van
2004 231-B38-8111 LUXURYOPKG, 4MOTION, wa rn u., LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1481 Wells Road 269-2603 912-882-1075 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 43000K mi
"Blazing Red" MERCEDES BENZ C240 '04 Volkswagen of Orange Park 2sdp t Chevrolet Silverodo de Ford Ran.er XLT 1994 NISSAN TITAN '04 i On the side
T Volkswagenoa Orge Park WelsRoa 90,000 miles, excellent DOt Mies. One Oner. cab/SE, red, exc Deluxe interior n so,
SELLER . 1481 Wells RoaVW PHAETON 03 d 2692603' condition; all leather; S4500 Neg. Matching condition, new tires, with extras, well .nS........... G.,E.
L oa ded, 30 ,0 0 _mi.SAV TH___W ellsoRood1269-2r03 H E M I C rew Cob o ,c 1e No1,o9 t hol
Load mi. "SAVE THOUSANDS" VERY below Kelley Blue Book Ask- '05. $19,990 Shell. Call 912-322-0690 or Maany xtras.522,9000BO. W .,t
70 Warranty MERCURY GR CLEAN, LOADED 37,995 ng,,200 505-7455 998-0012 912-882-1075 904-571-4115 anytime taken care of. P. .a-
0 rrtMARUIS '03 Lthr Volkswagen of Orange Park LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
'exc. Cond. * CD M UpARQUIV wSooorane -Pak & Chevy Silverado Truck LEXUS OF ACKSONVILLE EPSSAN XTERRA 19,500 or OBO
eXC.cond.CD, fully equipped. 1401 Wells Road 269-2603 y 96,SOICNdin
*REDUCED* $12,995 998-0012 320 904-491-0292 FORD EXCURSION '03 '06 Sport Ed, auto, 'O2 Bck exterior, (912) 496-1077 _M oB "
* D1996, Good Condfllon. JEPWANLE ll NISN TER
$21,500 OB I LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Trucks,Vns, SUVs 00-05 (Yulee) Diesel, loaded, CD, Black beauty paper, 7800 mes
612-8015 Mini cooper Con06 ALL CHEVY TAHOE LT $25000 OBO 262-2384 998-0012 asking $9700. C
1 -8 5 ni CooprCnv 1. MI A rLLACURA MDXCHEVYWTAHOE LT LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 534-394, C ExCond n
Red. Moving must sell. Milit ACURA MDX'05 '04. White/tan. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 534-3294 xc Cond
523,500. (904)864-6773 Fully equip, only $22,640 998-0012 FORD F-150 S-CAB LAND ROVER TOYOTA FJ
DODGE STRATUS SXT and 21,000 miles. $29,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 20034x48 BlackANGE ROVER CRUISER07
04, pearl, ladd, $10,500, CNISSANian LEXUS OCHEVY TAHOE LT T oa, la, '5. Like n fully Fully equipped, Bed Extender for 2002
38km1. 90438 369926 Convertble Tour-Civi ln998-0012r.ootine.Das, 'u l ly Fard P502008 Pickup
3km_ 90--96_ngCnveriO leOEd. Hid SeatsT " JACKSONVILLE ChI Tol Tin RnaCrs eqpped.E 52990 TRDr Pkg. $28,480 i rdRangerEdseBedS750OBO.Call
5 SZ $0 DOWN Sls)19,500 OBO 904-463-7605 998-0012 998-0012 Pick up. Never Used 904 548 0079 for more
FORD RANER 1996 only 4500 mi.$29,990 $ DO N BUICK RENDEZVOUS '03 beautiful $34,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 100. Call 912-576-3130 i La .
Ospd, wtht kit, new 998-0012 CXL, ALLOY, AUTO14,990998-0012





e SELx'06. Leather, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE E R B Na0vy n
i LE OFJACKSONVILL Volkswagen of Orange rk LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE FORD15 NISSAN TOYTOA TUNDRATw Tn
300000000 OBO RIDES! 1481 Wells Road 269-2603 "GREAT WORK TRUCK" ..-FRONTIER '06 4dr. () LTD '03. Fully engne hoist.
Call 3388529 NISSAN ALTIMA CHRYSLERACIICA '04 ONLY 8,995 Brnd NewNever
CHV COUP DV4D9 Volkswagen of Orange Park
S06. Fully Ci6 95k mi, loaded, $430 0 Volkswagen of Orange Park 1481 Wells Road 269-26003 998-0012 998-0012 storage. S.20 8,OK Chrome Edition.
Si Ford Ranger XLT 1994. equipped. $16,680399 0 1481 Wells ad 269-2603 LEXUS O SO LL JACKSONVILLE 50 9 6
Supercob. Cleon. 110K 998-0012
miles. OSne owner. S4500LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Col 91_2-322 8690 or NISSAN MAXIMA
91 02. 105 a ' ve 0 04. 3.5L, leatherti
sunroof, CD. $20,980
� FORD TAURUS 998-0012
SEL '06. Leather, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CD, sunroof $13,840 ns t Grnd AM SE V6i A aV E RSI
998_0012 NSedn05, AT, PS, PW,
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOYCruise, Gold, 42K, 4 Dr.
Sedno . $12,000
HONDA ACCORD 904-7577037 Ads
EX COUPE '04 PONTIAC GRANDAd
Spoiler, SR. $16,480 . AM SE '05 4 dr

998-0012 it sedan, V6M, AT, PS,E
SLEiXXS OF JACKSONVILLE , Cruise, Gold
color, 42k miles, $12,500
SEDAN Pearl Sunroof, CD, gas
White/ tan. $15,990 9 saver. $9490 MARKEa
998-0012998-0012 Rank/Grade: Work Phone#Organizaton: Bate Submitted:
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE _I
Excellent condition SCION BEETLE COt'06. Fully 3 Name (please print): signature:
thr ar 94 Vnden P, equip, thr. $16,480V I I independent of oter information contained on ts form.
:777-575es, Runs rea LXU OF JACKONVILL RU L ES 1. Ads ree advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do ot meet the above
JAGUUBARU OAR Rtback 199 personnel (ortheir dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed. The publisher reervesthe rightto omit any oralads.
AGUAR S-TYPE all-roof.heel drive 9,00 Please fill out Station, Jacksonville. 7.Additional readership in other publications can be arranged for a nominal fee by calling
SAaCtio v,en,0 V mo . on rniei this form in 2.Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number.
chromewhls$30,990 able.' 9904-874-5542 qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an
998-oo12 black or blue inky shae iversides to work or aonleave, announcing lost and found Items and garage oginal form.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE TOYOTA SOLARAiverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202
Conv. SLE'05V6, sales will be accepted. ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: Q1wk U2 wks 0 3 wks Q14 wks
V JAGUARpLAS94 Navigation98001 $25,990S ANIMAL OR PEr ADS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IFTHE ANIMALS ARE OFFERED
VANDEN PlAS 94 ne8002 JDEADLINESOFREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News.
6yl, 154k ml. new LEXUS OP JACKSONVILLE
point, new tires, BE ANNOUNCEMENT: (1) Thin formm clipped(ntr along the o No more
runs great, $5,575 VW LLIMITED O0ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED (1) must be cp d torn) outside border. ( o than
(904229480186 I,1'Gray, AT, like new, JAX AIR INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) OR "OFFICIALLY one word (or abbreviation for one word) per block. (3) Only two free ads per family, per
only 14K mi. $20,=40' REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OFTHOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index.
app 58k miles, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE MENTS IN THE BODY OFTHE AD - OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED.
ExA'llent condition! VW BEETLE CONO.C06 3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category:
Lohr, $16,000 O0o. Call STATI AT 019995 independent of other information contained on this form.
H;777-5750 or C:233-2080 Volkswagen of Orange Park 4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue.
N4v.,lCDdsunrooNfOon 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code
JAGUAR XJR '04 VW BEETLE TURBO S '02
Nay., CD, sunroof. LOW MILES, $15,995 O0G, Box2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News, l-
Beautiful.998037,480 Vo1481 Wells Roadf Orange2692603Park y One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE VOne Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202
Convert GLS Turbo
LEXUS LS '94 Cd changer $20,480 , ,. .
113k-mi, beige color, good 998-0012
cond, $5,999 Ph. 403-3399 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


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2330 USI Soi 3d 4U21
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10 "- Adanr.c Betd o4:' 5,i)
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Grien Cc.,e Spnr,, 2'04 2J16
ORANGE PARK DODGE
2'33 blao1r,q BI.'j 5510
RICK KEFFER
l9. .r I' f.. n l Bd, i. "O4.a '5
WESTSIDE DODGE
It'2 Ca.r t , J.:..11


BOARD FORD
t Augu'tne 353.6797
Flondos Supe Dut, Headquartenr
PAUL CLARK
FORD-MERCURY
1.5 rN E.ii I(tuleel) 2 5.3673"
GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Co,e SpFiqs 2N.J.i02
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
1li"20 .il,p. H.- I o -.'0 2-3325
MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
AT REGENCY
"Oc. Atlontc Bl.d '25 30(O
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
"XI J.aIondg lBId " --'3 3


NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
II F503 ips H%) 854482.
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
o201 Alant.. Bled J72.2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS
reen Cm nr. 2664 502

COGGIN HONDA ON A1A11C
1LW Ai3lanrti Bld 56 880
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
8,m us H,,5 i s I $ ,N.1s1ic 8'
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
113 .3Phlipp,Hy 370-13C0W
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 landBlan d 2o9.227.

HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
,"0C Blindng BId 18 W0Cow
KEY HYUNDAI
4.00 Southsde Bl.d M2.oaC

ATLANTIC INFINITI
1 Q80 Alanti cBd 462.0200

CITY ISUZU
10585 Adlantc B.d 8.7111
em', ooulomo. ? comw

MATHENY JAGUAR
I1 11 AoanticBlvd ..J: 15)

ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US Icul.h 354MI21
CARUSO JEEP
Ir , South,.,de Bl.d 25 7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 weI, Pd 2o-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
ON CASSAT
I30 sCass Ave 389 2
RICK KEFFER
'.0":, .. I ', k FT,[, 1i. 18(6 2' 4^t


COGGIN KIA
'?401 Atlartc Bld "'3-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
0o'3 8lond.ng 8l.d I "8



LAMBORGHINI.-ORLANDO


895 N Ponald Pwgr Bl.d
Lo,�.oi"cJ.'Orando FI A J7.33 3Q.34

MATHENY LAND ROVER
S1111lAdantc. Bld 42.1500


LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1025 idar.t,,: BLd 721.5000U

NO FIHIDA UNCOl MERCURY
J-20 Sc.uthde Bl.d 0424100
GRIFFIN UNCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blonding BId '77 3(J00


LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
',"', ltv.al 5sor,.,ile corr,
SI.-,50 BEACH BLVD . Voo

TOM BUSH MAZDA
0850 Atlaor,c Bltd 7325 0101
MAZA CITY
C,0 , Ia6rding Bled "'7"cocO


BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Aidorid Bld 724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
Q875 Adonric Bld 725 0l I1


CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 "oranth Bl.d 05.-2489
',.a CoiaulOmriOt corn
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blaordng Blvd "Q-.81cN:
www .lyNutrmontel om

COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
ICiOi C andtr, Bl.d ,s42.7Co
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Phlips Hwy 88&0-31(I,
MKESHIMSANOFJAX
1810.oCawiAve 38Q-3o21
PARKER NISSAN
2"5 5U, I1. 6 uSTlAuq9 W'9JWli
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 well, Pd ,260.4- c

COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
201 Adantr. 81.d ?'2J.'310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Co. Spnprngs 2' A502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC -GMC
11503 PFl pH,, 8.,4-482.6

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BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
o10I1 IAlunr Bd W 7525OI5


ROLLS ROYCE - ORLANDO
85 rN P.onald Pma,,a Bld
L l.',r, I,: ' rd ;. fl 'I J.J' 3443



NIMNICHT SAAB
799 Blord Bl. d IB



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145


CTORY

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blondmng Bl-d 7790071
SATURN OF REGENCY
860o Adanr clvd 25-82C0


SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Adanti Bld 641 o455


KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 CaosoalAe 389Q700
CITY SUZUKI
10585 Adlanrtc d Q08-71ll
^ AA'.tyau1oT .eC..C-11


ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10930 A lanr,tc Bld 302 oo2
COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
105od PhlpsiHwy ' 2'02338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
0501 YoungemanCrcle "771-Q910
UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
2.95 US I Souf1Sl Aug
800 o22J4888 or 90.7-7 8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Ca'so aA, 380A 5o1


VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Well Poad 2692603
O'STEEN VW
I14U lihpsi '1, 322.510(0
TOM BUSH VW
'50. A.danrc B.d "25~I 11


O'STEEN VOLVO'
2525 Plip; H,-, 3P0 540


PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Adonrc Bid '2-lot4




BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
O..' bacl.bl.doau8tmc 1 . cO T
o833 Beoch Bld 724-3511
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlanhc Bld "24.1080
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 dlanrtc BlId 9908012
Tom Bush BMW
910 Adoant Bld 'l.71-.481
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atanhc B.d 3'1 J'87
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 Ex' Srate i. 35C 8491




JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
JEEP DODGE
'J4 3, P i .,/ l'C'w;. 40 11116

WORLD IMPORTS
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