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THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2007


CPO Run
Celebrating Navy Chief's Birthday
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Groundbreaking

held for new

P-3C facility

By MC2(SW/AW) Rebecca Kruck
Staff Writer
A groundbreaking cere-
mony took place at NAS
Jacksonville on Friday for
a state-of-the- art aircraft han-
gar and facilities, which will dra-
matically upgrade the mission
capabilities and enhance the look
of the base:
The new hangar, which will
stand at 277,000 sq. ft. once com-
plete, will accommodate approxi-
mately 33,P-3C Orions and four
C-130 Hercules aircraft from
NAS Brunswick, Maine. The
project was initiated after the
Base Realignment and Closure
Committee (BRAC) ordered the
closure of NAS Brunswick in
2005.
"This is a great day for NAS
Jacksonville, a great day for
Northeast Florida and a great day
for our country because this event
is a symbol of the bright future of
NAS Jax," said U.S. Rep. Ander
Crenshaw, R-Fla., who spoke at
the event.
"When this groundbreaking
takes place and the hangar is
built, this will be the east coast
home of all our marine patrolled


aircraft, and that's important
not only to Jacksonville, but the
national security of our country."
Crenshaw elaborated on the
monumental task ahead stating,
"When this hangar is completed,
it will be one of the Navy's largest
hangars. It will house 37 aircraft,
1,600 new personnel and that's a
big deal for our country. For me,
as a member of the appropria-
tions committee and Congress,
my job is to make sure we have
the funds to build these facilities.
This is a $123-million project and
I'm proud to be here today to be a
part of this groundbreaking."
Jacksonville Mayor John
Peyton, was next to. take the podi-
um. "I'm excited to be a part of
this event. This is a real endorse-
ment of the strength and vitality
of this base," he said.
"I'm excited about the han-
gar, but I'm more excited about
the people who are coming with
it because they're great citizens.
They're good neighbors, they
coach our little leagues, they
teach our Sunday schools, they're
patriots and they do great things
for our workforce when they're
done serving here. It's the people
in the Navy who make this spe-
cial relationship."
Peyton closed by saying he
looks forward to welcoming the
2,500 families that will come to
Jacksonville after the hangar
opens in 2009.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding


Official Navy Rendering
An artist's rendering of the new P-3C hangar being built at NAS jax.


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Photos by MC 1(AW) Toiete Jackson
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton
addresses invited guests at the
groundbreaking ceremony for the
new P-3C hangar at NAS Jax.
Officer Capt. Chip Dobson, mir-
rored Crenshaw's comments
about the future of the Navy.
"NAS Jacksonville is almost 67
years old and over the course of
that time there have been many
celebrations and ceremonies
aboard the base. This one is dif-

See GROUNDBREAKING, Page 13


Leadership from NAS Jacksonville and managers of Naval Facilities
Engineering Command Southeast participate in the groundbreaking cer-
emony for the state-of-the art facility that will provide space for five P-3C
"Orion" squadrons and one C-130 "Hercules" logistics squadron. It will
house approximately 33 P-3 and four C-130 aircraft and accommodate
more than 1,600 personnel April13. The 277,000-square-foot hangar will
support the Base Realignment and Closure initiative to bring additional
squadrons to NAS Jacksonville following the closure of NAS Brunswick,
Maine. Completion of the hangar is scheduled for the summer of 2009, in
time for the first P-3C squadron from NAS Brunswick to relocate here.


CNIC prepares

for upcoming

hurricane season
By Ed Wright
CNIC Public Affairs
H hurricane season is once again
approaching and the need
for accountability and safe-
ty of personnel is a Commander, Navy
Installations Command (CNIC) top pri-
ority. CNIC has joined together with
Commander, Fleet Forces Command
(CFFC) in Norfolk, Va. to participate in
Hurricane Exercise 07 (HURREX 07).
"Since HURREX 07 is a full-spectrum
event flexing our installation and family
disaster preparedness, testing personnel
accountability from Texas to Maine and all
states and installations in between, and,
exposing as many individuals as possible
to the Navy Family Accountability and
Assessment System, its important for all
commands to stay alert to naval adminis-
tration (NavAdmin) messages and related
emails pertaining to this exercise," said
Capt. Ray Pietrzak, CNIC disaster pre-
paredness officer. "There will be several
instances for the requirement to muster
and account for all Navy family members
in the declared affected areas as three sim-
ulated hurricanes will be generated and
moving through the entire eastern sea-
board."
The exercise is divided into two parts.
The first part is the tracking and warning
phase which will be conducted from April
23-May 4 and the second phase is the per-


Jax Air News wins second place

in Navy media competition
By Staff


sonnel accountability and family assess-
ment phase which will be conducted April
23 to May 9.
A CFFC directive announcing the exer-
cise said the HURREX 07 objective is to
provide "a focused training event to afloat
and shore-based commands with hurricane
threat scenarios for use in exercising sor-
tie, evacuation, emergency preparedness,
personnel accountability, and recovery and
consequence management procedures."
The HURREX phase will consist of four
artificially constructed tropical systems
that will develop and intensify to hurri-
cane strength, threatening the Caribbean,
East Coast and Gulf Coast regions.
Geographic areas of interest (GAOI's)
will be established based on exercise storm
tracks. As the storms threaten installa-
tions, at various times there will be mul-
tiple GAOI's established, installation com-
manding officers will be required to set

See PREPARED, Page 13


NAS Jacksonville's
weekly newspa-
per, the Jax Air
News, has placed second
in the Metro Category
(civilian enterprise) of the
Chief of Naval Information
(CHINFO) Merit Awards.
Assistant Editor MC1
(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
was also given an honorable
mention for her feature arti-
cle submission about retired
Navy Cmdr. Dusty Rhodes,
a former Blue Angel's com-
manding officer.
This is the third time the
newspaper has placed in the
awards competition since
The Florida Times-Union
began publishing the Jax Air
News in November 2001.
Each year, the Navy
holds the CHINFO Internal
Media Award Competition
to recognize outstanding
achievements in internal
print and broadcast prod-
ucts by Navy commands
and individuals.
"The Jax Air News
staff, led by Editor Kaylee
LaRocque, is a truly dedi-
cated, talented, hardworking
crew who take their rolls as
professional communicators


Photo by MC1 (AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
Shown are the two issues submitted for the Chief of Naval
Information (CHINFO) Merit Awards.


very seriously. Assistant
Editor MC1(SW/AW)
Heather Ewton, is a former
lithographer's mate, who has
adapted to the role of writ-
ing, editing and layout to
not only contribute greatly
to the Jax Air News winning
a CHINFO Award, but she
won honorable mention in


the feature article category."
said NAS Jax Public Affairs
Officer (PAO) Rick Crews.
"The Jax Air News staff
members have made them-
selves available nights and
weekends to cover events as
well as guide tenant com-


See AWARD, Page 13


TOUCHING Stay with service members when departing from airport The family member can go to the airline that the military member is flying
The Transportation Security Administration has issued a directive pertain- on and receive a pass to go to the gate. They will be required to have a pass
B AE ing to military passengers at U.S. airports. According to Security Directive and a photo ID to get through the security checkpoint. This is a wonderful
1544-01 -1 Ow, families of military members may be granted access to sterile
concourse areas to escort the military passenger to the gate or to meet a opportunity for families to stay with the departing military member longer
military passenger's inbound arrival at the gate. before they depart, or to be able to greet them at the gate upon their arrival.
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. ON THE HOMEFRONT



The Bachelor: Navy


officially offers no


By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
T he message on my answering
machine back in 2005 sounded
ominous. "Mrs. Smiley, this is
Cmdr. Anderson. Please call me ASAP
regarding your writing."
Dustin's face was white. He looked
at me and said, "So, will you write to
me when I'm in Leavenworth?"
'We had feared the worst. At the
time, my column was only newly syn-
dicated. Dustin was sure someone up
in the chain of command had caught
wind of my public musings and that
his career was, well, history.
But Cmdr. Bob Anderson, now
retired, was calling as an entertain-
ment liaison for the military. When
Kelsey Grammer's company optioned
my life rights in 2005 to create a
sitcom for CBS, they contacted the
Navy's Hollywood liaison (Anderson)
to request the military's support.
Anderson only wanted to speak with
me to get more information. Dustin
was safe.
I've been a military dependent for
30 years, and until that phone call two
years ago, I didn't know the Navy had
a Hollywood liaison. Apparently I'm
not the only one. This month, when
ABC debuted its tenth season of "The
Bachelor" with Lt. Andy Baldwin as
the main attraction, dozens of readers
wrote me to ask, "Why did the Navy
let him (Baldwin) do this?"
The Navy may tell our men how to
wear their hair and iron their pants,
but when it comes to appearing on
television and movies, the military is
surprisingly uninvolved. Well, sort of.
Back in 2005, the Navy was virtually
unfettered by Grammer's interest in
my book and column, so long as my
active-duty husband remembered his


responsibilities as an officer. Which
is to say, Dustin should act like he
doesn't know me when I talk about
that squadron party where a guy
jumped off someone's roof and into
the pool for "the world's biggest can-
non. ball."
I called Anderson last week to
get the scoop on "The Bachelor."
(Anderson acted as the military liai-
son for ABC until the Navy officially
decided not to support the project.)
"Bob, how did the Navy 'let this hap-
pen,'" I said, relaying my readers' con-
cerns. And Bob said, quite simply,
"We didn't."
Entertainment liaisons around
the country sift through hundreds of
pitches each year ("We've had some
bizarre ones, you wouldn't imagine,"
says Anderson) to determine what
the military will or won't support.
The Navy declined to support "The
Bachelor." "[Andy] did it on his own
time," said Anderson. "He worked
it out with his command and took
leave."
One of the reasons the Navy offered
no support is because "The Bachelor"
is reality television. "We've tried
several different ways to work with
reality TV," added Anderson, "and it
just doesn't work." Anderson's job is
to make sure the Navy is portrayed
accurately through the entertainment
industry. There are too many vari-
ables in reality television to make
that possible.
My readers also wanted to know
why Baldwin was allowed to "pose"
in his uniform. Some episode teasers
even show one of the women hugging
Baldwin in his summer whites.
Anderson explained that Andy
was not allowed to use his uniform
explicitly for the show. ABC could


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IT2 SHERRI HILL


Job title/command:
Security Manager Assistant


Hometown: West Palm Beach,
Fla.


Family Life: Single


Past Duty Stations: NCTAMS
LUSNS Supply TAOE, NCTS Bahrain


Career Plans: To spend six more \ears in the
Na\\ and finish my degree in information sys-
teIms/business.

Most Interesting Experience: Spending
mto weeks in Greece on vacation.

Words of Wisdom: "Carpe Diem." The
choices \ou make dictate the life you lead.


support
film Baldwin in his uniform if it was
incidental to the project (for exam-
ple, when he was touring the Arizona
Memorial, where it is considered cus-
tomary and respectful to be in uni-
form, or attending an event where he
would otherwise wear his uniform.)
"Any previous photos or videos were
[Andy's] own property," Anderson
said. "We don't have control over
that."
But what about the women? What if
they decide to do a Debra Winger and
put Baldwin's cover atop their head?
(In 2003, someone tried to prosecute
me for "impersonating an officer"
when I posed for a picture wearing
my husband's cover. "Ridiculous," said
Anderson, "but I'm not a lawyer.")
"None of these ladies will put on
Baldwin's cover, will they?" I asked
Anderson. He immediately points out
that Baldwin is a "great guy" whose,
intentions are to portray the military
with respect. "Hopefully there's noth-
ing that extends to other people wear-
ing [Andy's] uniform."
Yes, and more than a few women
also hope there will be lots more of
Baldwin out of his uniform and in a
bathing suit.
Check out my blog http://smiley-
sarah.blogspot.com for more Bachelor
information and reflections. Next
week: an interview with Baldwin him-
self.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for
comments at www.sarahsmiley.com.


Family Life: I have four chil-
dren. four grandchildren and a dog named Scoots.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Jackson% ille

Career Plans: To complete 10-15 ears of civil
ser\ ice, coupled \\ ith 30 years of acti\ e-duty na\ al
sern ice and then retire.

Most Interesting Experience: I've had
many while on active duty. including being assigned
to the White House.

Words of Wisdom: Don't just talk about it.
do it!
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Household Goods closing early today
The NAS Jax Household Goods office is closing at 11
a.m. today for a retirement picnic. For more infor-
mation, call 542-8787.

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
observance planned for May 10
An Asian Pacific American Heritage Month obser-
vance will be held May 10 from 11 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. at the NAS Jax Officers' Club. The cost is $12.
For ticket information, call HMCS Bryce McNair at 542-
3304.
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SUNDAY SERVICES

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


Sunday - 8:15 a.m. -

9:30 a.m. -
11 a.m. -


Holy Eucharist
Episcopal
Catholic Mass
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.




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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.......................................MCI(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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official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the Department
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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 19, 2007 3



Keep your SGLI information updated


By Lt. Robert Whitaker
Navy Legal Service Office Southeast

S ince combat action in
Iraq began on March 19,
2003, the U.S. has suf-
fered the loss of nearly 3,250 ser-
vice members. That's an aver-
age of 67 deaths per month in
Iraq alone. Another 353 service
members have given their lives
in Afghanistan.
These facts, coupled with the
Navy's ever increasing pres-
ence on the ground in Iraq and
Afghanistan, highlight the impor-
tance of pre-deployment counsel-
ing by a legal assistance attorney.
However, many service members
view legal as an unnecessary evil
that merely burdens their pre-

VP-16 takes


deployment checklist.
A recent article in the
Washington Post, "The Forgotten
Families" by Donna St. George,
highlighted the potential conse-
quences of such thinking. The
article reiterated the importance
that service members, single and
married, understand how the
Servicemembers' and Veteran's
Group Life Insurance (SGLI) and
death benefits disburse, otherwise
their surviving family could suffer.
A common myth among service-
members is that their page two
ultimately controls disbursement
of SGLI and the death benefits. It
simply does not.
Disbursement of SGLI is con-
trolled by a beneficiary form.
That form is the SGLV 8286

part in


Aviation Awareness


Day in Savannah


By Lt. j.g. Tom Doran
VP-16 PAO


Several members of
VP-16 recently head-
ed to Savannah, Ga.
to help celebrate Aviation
Awareness Month at the
Savannah Hilton Head
International Airport.
The event was orga-
nized by Savannah .State
University Naval Reserve
Officers Training Corps and
the 165th Air Lift Wing of
the Air National Guard.
The goal was to'increase
students' interest in math
and science. VP-16 Sailors
were proud to partici-
pate and represent naval
aviation and the maritime
patrol and reconnaissance
aircraft community.
The crew flew a P-3C to
Savannah and set up a stat-
ic display for more than 500
students from seven differ-
ent 'schools. The students
were able to see the air-
craft up close, walk through
and sit in each station, as
Lt. Steven Colwell, AW2
Ronney Lovelace and AE3
Nathan Messenger gave a
description of each position
onboard the P-3C. AW2
Palani Torres and AT2
Sean Manasco taught the
students about the outside
of the aircraft and discussed
the variety of missions they
are able to perform.


BUPERS OnLine

to process

overseas

screening results

By MCC Teresa Frith
Navy Personnel Command
Public Affairs
Commands expect-
ing incoming Sailors
for overseas/remote
duty assignments can
now see suitability results
in real time on BUPERS
OnLine (BOL) effective
April 9.
"Using BOL to report
suitability takes about 15
seconds, which is far less
than the time it takes to
type and release a naval
message," said Lynn
Saarinen,


Lt. Joseph Perry
and Lt. j.g. Onege
Bateagborsangaya respond-
ed to a wide range of ques-
tions about the Navy in
general. They discussed the
importance of a good educa-
tion, how to never accept
failure, and how to perse-
vere through challenges.
The Sailors of VP-16 left
Savannah with the satisfac-
tion that their visit was a
success and the hope that
they were able to inspire
many students to better

AE3 Nathan Messenger of
VP-16 explains the flight
controls of a P3-C Orion to
two high school students in
Savannah, Ga. VP-1 6 was
in Savannah last month as
part of a joint forces push to
spread interest in aviation
among local students.


and it should be in your service
record. Because of the beneficiary
form controls, it's important that
servicemembers regularly check
their service record to ensure it is
up-to-date. Simply getting mar-
ried or having children will not
supersede your designation. It is
up to you to make that change on
the SGLV 8286.
Payout of the $100,000 death
benefit will disburse to the sur-
viving spouse or, if no surviving
spouse, to the surviving child or
children in equal shares. If no
spouse or child exists, then your
page two can determine who gets
this benefit.
Even if your SGLI or death
benefit is paid to the person you
intend to receive it, other prob-


lems can arise. For example,
if you name a minor child as a
beneficiary of your SGLI, or they
collect the death gratuity, that
money will be placed in a guard-
ianship until the child reaches the
age of 18. This process is difficult,
time consuming and expensive.
Establishment of a trust fund is
the best alternative to this dilem-
ma. A trust fund is currently one
of the best estate planning tools
available for parents with minor
children. Naval Legal Service
Office attorneys can counsel and
assist you in establishing a trust
in your will.
Such planning is not limited to
those who are married or have
children. It's an important issue
that all service members must con-


sider, even those who are single
with no dependents. Often parents
are left fighting over life insur-
ance and or personal property of a
deceased service member because
he or she didn't have a will or did
not properly designate SGLI and
death gratuity beneficiaries.
It is imperative that all service
members take these issues seri-
ously, and commands educate
their Sailors on it. Please contact
the Naval Legal Service Office at
542-2565, Ext. 3006 to arrange
a command brief or a personal
interview for you and your spouse.
If you won't do it for yourself, do
it for your family and those you
could one day leave behind.


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At the crack of dawn Satur-
day under sunny skies,
120 anglers headed to the
Mulberry Cove Marina to partici-
pate in the 25th annual NAS Jax
Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(MWR) Bass Tournament.
The event was open to all active
duty members, reservists, retir-
ees and Department of Defense
civilians. Teams consisted of two
members per boat and they fished
from first light at 6:30. a.m. until
3:30 p.m.
"We have been very lucky with
the weather for the last five years.
I think the worst we have ever
had was some high winds three
years ago. The emphasis for the
tournament is not only to have
fun, but also to insure that the
large mouth bass stay healthy so
they can be released back into the
water, a little confused, but alive
and kicking for next year," said
Mulberry Cove Marina Manager
Phil Collins. "Four years ago, I
started giving out small rod and
reel combos to the kids at the
awards ceremony. I think it is
really important to keep the next
generation of fishermen (boys and
girls alike) interested in the sport
and in protecting our natural
resources."
"Putting on a tournament like
this is a lot of work for the mari-
na but thanks to all the volun-
teers who help out every year,
the event is a huge success. If it
weren't for them we would not be
able to continue to hold the tour-
nament," added Collins.
This is our eighth time fish-
ing in the annual NAS Jax Bass
Tournament. This is always one of
the most fun tournaments we fish
in and we have participated in
quite a few," said Steve Martinez
and Chuck O'Connor.
The St. Johns Bass Anglers
Club provided officiating duties
for the event. In the afternoon, as
each team's catch was weighed,
a crowd began to gather around
the scoreboard. The lead changed
many times as everyone enjoyed
free food and beverages.
"The sponsors are always a
huge part of the tournament. I
get more and more interest each
year in them donating door priz-
es," said Collins.
All participants received a
free tournament shirt and spon-
.sor bag with promotional items.
:Thanks to the very generous


Jack Avery and Pat Lanier of the St. Johns Bass Anglers Club weigh the fish
that Tod Mauery and his partner, Lauren Murwin, caught during the 25th
annual Bass Tournament at the Mulberry Cove Marina Saturday.


Brian Wylie and Rob Chancy come in after a long day of fishing for bass on
during the 25th annual Bass Tournament at NAS Jax Saturday.
support from area businesses, Recreation nor the U.S. Navy or
the anglers received more than any other part of the federal gov-
$3,000 in door prizes and gift ernmenit officially endorses any
certificates. NAS Jacksonville company, sponsor, or its products
MWR thanks the many volun- or services.
teers and sponsors that made this ,
event possible. This year's spon-
sors included: NAS Jacksonville
Commissary, Coca-Cola, .
Inc., Jack Links Beef Snacks.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball,
Jiffy Lube Service Center #2771,
Berkley, Abu Garcia, Quality Inn,
North Florida Sales, Ramirez
Restaurant, Subway, Sunbelt -
Coffee and VyStar Credit Union.
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caught during the Bass Tournament. Their total fish weighed approximate-
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Are you really sure or are you unsure?


By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapelc

The young husband got

home all excited that day!
"We've got a great insur-
ance man, honey. He just sold
me a policy that will pay you:
* $5,000 if I'm strangled
* $10,000 if I die in a subma-
rine
* $200,000 if I die in an acci-
dent.
Just think of how well-off we'll
be if I'm accidentally strangled to
death in a submarine!" The wife
just stood there, totally speech-
less. The husband went on, "he
also sold us a policy that will pay
me $50.00 per week for life if I
live longer than 90. That's so I
won't be a burden on my mom
and dad."
Insurance companies control
vast amounts of investment capi-
tal in free-market economies.
Insurance firms have been suc-
cessful in part because they thrive
on very important psychological
factors: our fear and our insecu-


CHAPLAIN'S CORNER


rities. President Roosevelt was
once quoted as follows, "the only
dependable fortune teller that I
have ever known is the life insur-
ance man. He tells you what is
going to happen and it does!"
Don't get me wrong. I am grate-
ful for good dependable insurance.
My point is that in our uncertain
times it is inescapable to assume
the uncertainty of almost every-
thing we're involved in; from
the uncertainty of stock market
investments, to the survivabil-
ity of the social security system.
The planned obsolescence of the
products we buy motivates us to
purchase extended warranties to
protect our insecurity. A good
number of those marrying opt for
pre-nuptial agreements because of
uncertainties about the strength
of their marital vows.
So, we strive to achieve a rea-
sonable amount of security in this
life. We want to be sure, from the


Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina


insurance we buy to the deodor-
ant we wear. Everybody wants to
be sure. But, let's face it. Even in
the security that we can afford to
purchase, there will always be a
measure of insecurity in the day-
to-day matters of life regardless
how much we try or how much
capital we may control.


Given this reality each day
becomes a brand new day. We
truly don't know if in the twinkle
of the eye we'll be here or depart-
ed from this life. However, there
is good, in fact great news in the
middle of all these uncertainties.
You see, we do have some mea-
sure of control over the insecuri-
ties of life.
1. We can control our decisions:
While we cannot control many of
the events and circumstances that
life throws our way, we do have a
measure of control as to how we
decide to face life. Freedom from
much anxiety and stress can become
a reality when we choose how we
will respond to circumstances.
2. We can manage our time:
Each day we are granted a pre-
cious commodity called "time."
This commodity is renewed each
day. Once the "time" is used (or
misused) it cannot be recovered.
The challenge for us is to decide


how we will use our daily ration of
24 hours to its greatest potential.
"Today I will act toward other
people as though this might be
my last day on earth.' I will
not wait for tomorrow. Tomorrow
might not be there to use."
- Anonymous
3. We can manage our resourc-
es: The word that comes to mind
is stewardship. In days of antiq-
uity the steward was granted full
authority by the landlord to man-
age and make important decisions
over the estate. In the same fash-
ion, each of us has been granted
stewardship over resources that
we cannot take with us. Think
of our material resources as an
estate that we borrow. We care
for it and hand it over to the next
generation.
4. We can choose our faith: I
have saved the best for last. For I
am persuaded that what we ulti-
mately believe in will drive all
other choices we make in life.
"But as for me and my house-
hold, we will serve the Lord."
- Holy Bible, Joshua 24:15b


Celebrating 114-year history of chief petty officer


By Lester Tucker
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It is a sure bet that one
of the proudest days in
an enlisted individual's
naval service is the date
on which a first class petty
officer dons the uniform
and is accepted into the
chief petty officer (CPO)
community.
At this time, the first
class petty officer's lead-
ership and professional
abilities are recognized by
superiors. These qualities
continue to be honed with
experience and maturity
until retirement.
April 1, 2006, marked the
114th anniversary of the
creation of that grade. It is
necessary, however, to look
back to the origins of the
Continental Navy to estab-
lish the foundation of rela-
tive grades and classifica-
tions that led to the ulti-
mate establishment of the
CPO grade.
During the Revolutionary
War, Jacob Wasbie, a cook's
mate serving on board
the Alfred, one of the first
Continental Navy warships,
was promoted to "chief
cook" June 1, 1776. Chief
cook is construed to mean
cook or ship's cook which
was the official rating title


at that time. This is the
earliest example of the use
the term "chief' located to
date by the author.
The precedence of petty
officers was introduced in
February 1853 when the
U.S. Navy Regulations
were published. These
regulations were declared
invalid by the Attorney
General on May 3, 1853
and were rescinded because
they weren't approved by
Congress.
Precedence of ratings
was explicitly spelled out in
Navy Regulations approved
on March' 12, 1863.
On April 1, 1893, two
important steps were taken.
First, the grade of CPO was
established; second, most
enlisted men received a pay
raise. The question is often
asked, "who was the first
CPO?" The answer is that
there was no first CPO due
to the fact that nearly all
ratings carried as first class
petty officers from 1885
were automatically shifted
to the CPO level.
Prior to the establish-
ment of the CPO grade,
and for many years there-
after, commanding officers
could promote petty officers
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ships' complements. Men
served various lengths of
time under acting appoint-
ments, generally six months
to a year. If service was sat-
isfactory, the captain rec-
ommended to the Bureau
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for permanent appoint-
ment and acting appoint-
ment, and were used to sig-
nify a CPO's status. After
March 8, 1946, the letter
"A" (for acting appoint-
ment) was used integrally
with the rate abbreviation.
For example, chief boat-
swain's mate with an acting
appointment was abbrevi-
ated CBMA. Pay grade 1-A
no longer signified acting
appointment for CPOs after
Oct, 1, 1949, as affected by
the Career Compensation
Act of Oct.12, 1949. From
that time, CPOs received
the same pay regardless
of whether they held per-
manent or acting appoint-
ments. On Nov.1, 1965,
acting appointments were
dropped from use.
A pay differential existed
between permanent and
acting appointments until
1949. Pay for CPOs in 1902,


ranged from $50 to $70
depending upon the special-
ty held. General Order 134
of June 26, 1903 ordered'
that "CPOs whose pay is
not fixed by law and who
shall receive permanent
appointments after quali-
fying therefore by passing
such examination as the
Secretary of the Navy may
prescribe shall be paid at
the rate of $70 per month."
CPOs holding permanent
appointments dated prior to
July 1, 1903, were required
to requalify by standing an
examination before a board
of three officers. If they
passed, they were issued
permanent appointments by
the Bureau of Navigation.
Those who did not requalify
remained in their paygrade
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G meetings shipmates!
Much has been going
around the fleet the
past few months about the
Navy's deployability and
employability changes.
As my good friend Fleet
Master Chief West said in
his recent message to all
of you, "we are a nation
at war, and you and your
families' contributions and
sacrifices are valued by the
leadership of the American
public."
The tempo of today's
Navy calls for more flex-
ible schedules and different
types of deployments, not
common in the days when
I first joined back in 1977.
Today's tempo not only calls
for us as Sailors to always
be ready to deploy, but
also our families need to be
ready. More importantly,
individual augmentee (IA)
and surge deployments can
come on short notice, so it is
important, now more than
ever, to keep our affairs
squared away at all times.
One aspect I cannot stress
enough is to always have
an updated page two, oth-
erwise known as a Sailor's
Record of Emergency Data.
This piece of paper main-
tained in your service
record is more important
than any other for your
entire family in the event
something should happen
to you.
Everyone in the fleet has
heard a variation of many
a page two horror story,
such as an ex-spouse get-
ting a deceased Sailor's
benefits while the current
spouse and children get
nothing, because the Sailor
did not update his or her
page two upon divorce and
re-marriage. Updating
your page two upon mar-
r iage, divorce, re-mar-
riage, birth of a child, etc.,
will help you avoid spend-
ing countless hours at your
local Personnel Support
Detachment or personnel
office rushing to get things
done prior to a deployment.
This time is better spent
with your family.


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ting our fami-
lies ready on
the home front
as we prepare
to deploy may
seem to be an
overwhelming
task, prepara-
tions will go a
lot smoother
if you and
your family
members take
advantage of FORC
the resources Mo P
available to
today's military families.
The first rule of thumb
is to start close to home.
Your command ombuds-
men, volunteers appointed
by your commanding offi-
cer, are trained to help you
with questions or situations
you or your family may
have. If the ombudsmen do
not have the answer, they
know how to find someone
who does. Sailors, make
sure your family members
know who your ombuds-
men are and how to con-
tact them. Also don't for-
get about your Command
Family Readiness Group.
(FRG). Your ombudsmen
can put you in contact with
this group. FRGs organize
activities for spouses and
children during deploy-
ments as well as provide
support. Through such
activities, these groups
open the door for families to
get to know other families
in the same situation and to
become a support system.
Shipmates, another way
you can ensure your family
is taken care of is to pay a
visit to your legal office. If
you have an updated will
and a valid power of attor-
ney, this too will make pre-
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don't forget
your near-
est chaplain.
Chaplains are
trained coun-
selors who can
be there with
you and your
family during
deployments
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emotional and
spiritual sup-
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family.
Most of you are familiar
with the Fleet and Family
Support Center (FFSC).
However, Sailors some-
times don't realize how
helpful today's FFSCs can
be. Every center has pro-
fessional educators and
counselors on staff provide
information and referral,
education and training as
well as counseling. They
provide services for deploy-
ment preparedness for the
Sailor and family members
and assistance with PCS
moves, marital counseling,
stress and anger manage-
ment, financial planning
and more. For more infor-
mation, check out www.
nffsp,org.
Some other resources you
may not be familiar with
are Web sites specifically
designed to assist Sailors
and families. One such
site, Military One Source,
www.militaryonesource.
com, is sponsored by the
Department of Defense and
offers help with such items
as income taxes and money
matters, college information
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bers, civilian transition
assistance and elderly care.
The Expeditionary Combat
Readiness Center (ECRC),
www.ecrc.navy.mil, spe-
cifically designed for "warf-
ighters" and their families,
provides numerous hand-
books and guidelines for
Sailors on IA assignments
and their family members.
Last, but certainly not
least, are organizations
that can assist your loved
ones in the event of a crisis
or emergency. Before you
deploy, please ensure your
family members know how
to contact the American
Red Cross (ARC) and the
Navy/Marine Corps Relief
Society (NMCRS). The ARC
sends messages for family
members who are experi-
encing some type of emer-
gency, while the NMCRS
provides interest-free loans
to those needing assis-
tance with disaster relief,
child-care expenses, pay
problems or delays, funeral
expenses, transportation or
family emergencies. More
information on the ARC can
be found at www.redcross.
org and NMRCS at www.
nmcrs.org/services.html.
Not only are we as Sailors
responsible for taking care
of our families, command
leadership ensures that we
strike a balance on how to
best use these resources
for their families. When in
doubt, ask your chief.
A wise person once told
me, "no one takes bet-
ter care of you than you."
Remember as we press
on to carry out our mis-
sions, whatever they may
be, take advantage of the
many resources we have as
Sailors. And, keep every-
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Commander, Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE), Rear
Adm. Mark Boensel pins a Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal on TM1 (SW/AW) Jaime Quinones
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for his successes while working at the NAS Jax Weapons
Department which led to him being selected as the 2006
CNRSE Sailor of the Year.


Retirement benefits presentation set
From NOSCjax
Navy Operational Support Center Jacksonville will
host a retirement benefits presentation by the:
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)
Saturday at 1 p.m. in the VP-30 auditorium.
This presentation will cover critical topics for those
reserve service members preparing to retire or already
retired and offer counseling in career and retirement plan-
ning. Katherine O'Neill Tracy, deputy director of benefits,
information for the MOAA, along with reserve military
personnel will deliver a detailed briefing and support ques-
tions from the audience. The presentation agenda includes:
* A legislative update of bills and laws being discussed
that directly impact retirement benefits
* An umbrella summary of Veteran's Administration
benefits
* CRDP and CRSC
* Military record management and requirements
" Retired pay
. Survivor Benefit Plan and election options
. Health care benefits and options
The target audience is Navy Reserve officers but officers
from all military services and senior enlisted personnel
are welcome.
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VP-5 spreads

goodwill in Sicily


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Pecorino Institute,
a Sicilian orphan-
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an Easter basket
from the Easter
bunny April 6. VP-5
Commanding Officer
Cmdr. Brent Klavon
of VP-5 and other
squadron members
took baskets and
cake for the children
to celebrate Easter.

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JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLEI, Thursday, April 19, 2007 9


From the Commander, Navy
Installations Command Navy Family
Ombudsman Program
M multiple revisions designed
to emphasize the important
role of the ombudsman and
increase the resources of the Navy
Family Ombudsman Program became
effective March 30, reaffirming the
Navy's commitment to and support
of this dedicated group of volunteers.
OPNAVINST 1750.1F requires com-
manding officers to ensure that com-
mand family members have access to
the services of an ombudsman. This
includes mandating Reserve com-
mands to have an ombudsman pro-
gram, and establishing responsibili-
ties for losing and gaining commands
in situations where family members
remain in one community while the
service member reports to another
location for duty.
"I am convinced that family readi-
ness is tied directly to combat readi-
ness," said Chief of Naval Operations
Adm. Mike Mullen. "Our families
serve as we serve, and the ombuds-
man program is critical to making
sure we recognize that."
The Ombudsman Program is now
recognized as a pivotal partner in
disaster and emergency prepared-
ness. The new instruction added the


requirement for commands to include
ombudsmen in regional and command
disaster preparedness planning and
exercises.
"Ombudsmen form a vital com-
munication link between command
leadership and Navy families," said
Navy Family Ombudsman Program
Manager Christine Degraw. "They
disseminate a wealth of information
up and down the chain of command."
Degraw said that ombudsmen have
been essential during crises.
"Their connection with Navy fami-
lies was essential during the after-
math of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita. and
Wilma," said Degraw. "Ombudsmen
reached out to families, linking them
with resources and information to
help begin the recovery process."
The revised instruction also
requires commands to establish spe-
cific funding resources for ombuds-
man program support and provides a
detailed listing of command support
requirements for equipment use.
"This is vital to supporting families
affected by mobilization, individual
augmentation, and geographic sepa-
ration," said Degraw. "Just because
a family does not live near a Navy
installation, it doesn't diminish the
command's responsibility to ensuring
they are supported. Out of sight, out


of mind, is no longer acceptable."
The new instruction strengthens
the Navy's commitment to support-
ing these volunteers by ensuring that
they are provided with training, tools
and support to do their job and to
ensure the success of the program.
"Ombudsmen are volunteers," said
Degraw. "They give selflessly of their
time and talents; and they do so with-
out receiving monetary compensation.
Yet, without them, unit readiness and
integrity would suffer."
The instruction calls for the devel-
opment and maintenance of a Web-
based introductory and orienta-
tion course for new ombudsmen, a
Web-based registry and locator, an
ombudsman Web site, curriculum
development and an annual confer-
ence.
"Most of these changes were initiat-
ed because ombudsmen are recognized
as essential resources during every-
day unit life, not just during deploy-
ments and catastrophic events," said
Degraw. "We wanted to ensure the
program and the people delivering the
program have the support, tools and
resources they need. The Navy relies
on ombudsmen to help ensure family
and, ultimately, mission readiness."

Earth Day Festival
coming up
r From Staff


The annual Earth Day
Festival event will
be held Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
The Jacksonville Landing.
Celebrate Earth Day by
discovering new things and
learn about the environ-
ment while having family
fun.
Things to do include chil-
dren's crafts, listening to
live bands playing music,
looking at live animals,
watching entertainment
on the children's stage and
much more! Entry and all
activities are free of charge.


From the Navy College Office


ADistance Learning Partnership
Education Fair will be held April
24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officers' Club.
The following colleges will be rep-
resented: Central Texas College, City
University, Coastline Community
College, Columbia College, Dallas
County Community College, Embry-
Riddell Aeronautical University, Empire
State College, Excelsior College, Florida
Community College, Jacksonville,
Fort Hays State University, George


Washington University, Jacksonville
University, Old Dominion University,
Saint Joseph's College of Maine,
Southern Illinois University, Southern
New Hampshire University, Thomas
Edison State University, Troy State
University, University of Maryland,
Vincennes University and Webster
University.
The following organizations will also
be at the fair: Navy College Learning
Center, United Services Military
Apprenticeship Program and Troops to
Teachers.
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list of partner schools by rate or call 542-
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Team Family Medicine gath-
ers around a Jacksonville Jaguars statue near Friendship
Fountain on the boardwalk just before the walk kicks off.
In the photo are Sherry Wright, Erica Wright, Serafina
DiBenedetto, HM3 Michael Sersch, HM3 Terry Cole, Jessica
Gia, Susan McCready, Reynaldo Lopez, Samantha Cole,
Colby Underwood, HM3 Sunshine Padilla, HN Luis Gia,
Joesph Underwood, HM3 Robert Miller and Rachel Nieves.

NavHosp Jax members

participate in walk
From Naval Hospital lax Public Affairs
several members of Naval Hospital Jacksonville's
Family Medicine Clinic participated in this
year's Multiple Sclerosis Walk in downtown
Jacksonville March 31. The annual event raises
money for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
- North Florida Chapter.
Serafina Dibenedetto, RN, BSN, the clinic's
Women's Health coordinator, said that awareness of
Multiple Scelerosis and support of those who suffer
this disease is very important, as is supporting work
towards a cure. She pointed out that, "Every hour
someone new is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Every morning, more than 400,000 Americans wake
up with the unpredictability of MS which can mean
reduced vision, lost of muscle control, numbness or
tingling and even immobility."
"The group participated in this annual Jacksonville
walk for the second time out of a sense of community
and to selflessly contribute to those people who need
our support," said Dibenedetto. "Everyone seemed to
have a great time. The weather cooperated and being
outdoors, exercising and coming together with friends
and co-workers is always a plus."
The group raised a total of $370 for the MS
Foundation through pledges and personal donations.
The team won a free pizza party as they had the most
walkers to register during "Team Week" in early
March.
For more on Multiple Sclerosis visit http://www.'
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10 JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 19, 2007



New motorcycle course




coming out this summer

By Kaylee LaRocque
Editor *I


The new Skill En-hance-
ment Rider Course
(SERC) is expected
to be offered worldwide this
summer. Currently, the
course is in the testing phase
at NAS Jax.
"We've held about 10
of these classes here. We
helped design this new
class, so we are the first
place to teach it. It's def-
initely a step up from
anything that we've
taught here," said Glenn
Picklesimer, traffic and
recreational safety special-
ist for BMT Designers and
Planners.
"Right now we are in the
process of training other
instructors to teach this
course because not every-
one is qualified. Each par-
ticipant who takes the
course already has a high
level of experience riding
a motorcycle. They have
endorsements on their
license, have gone through
the Motorcycle Safety
Foundation courses and
have ridden quite exten-
sively," he added.
According to one student,
the new course is definitely
worth taking. "This class
helps us
sharpen our skills. We
are getting a lot of tools
that you probably wouldn't
think about if you just
ride every day," stated
CMDCM(AW/NAC) Rusty
Blackston, command mas-
ter chief of Commander,
Patrol and Reconnaissance
Wing Eleven. "We're learn-
ing some different tech-
niques to use while braking
and turning. It's like any-
thing else you do, you have


Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Carl Bennett, traffic and recreational safety specialist for BMT Designers and Planners, gives
some last minute instructions before class participants practice their skills.


to practice riding a motor-
cycle. This classes gives us
the opportunity to learn
and practice new skills."
Blackston, who has
been riding for 35 years,
first took the new course
in February on his Honda
Gold Wing. Last week, he
rode his Harley. "I love this
course. I decided to take
it again on my other bike
because there is such a dif-
ference in the ride. The
Gold Wing is a big touring
bike and the Harley is a
more stretched out cruis-
er. This class helps you get
more accustomed to your
bike and gives you more
confidence in riding. It
helps you realize the capa-
bilities of the machine,"
said Blackson.
"We have one of the most
active motorcycles pro-
grams here that I've seen.
I encourage everyone who
rides to come out here and


take one of the courses.
They are free and definite-
ly worth the time and the
instructors are great," he
continued.
In fact, Blackston says
that by using the skills
he learned in one of the
course probably saved his
life or helped him prevent
being seriously injured. "In
October 2005, I was hit by a
mail truck on base. He ran
a stop sign and hit the side
of my Gold Wing. I wasn't
injured, but he did about
$3,000 damage to my bike,"
said Blackston. "Luckily,
I used some of the skills I
learned in a class here - a
quick swerve and acceler-
ate. If I hadn't done that,
he would have hit me and,
not just my bike."
Also attending the new
course last week was
Diane Stewart, a civilian
employee at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. "I'm really


enjoying this course. I took
a basic and advanced class
here about three or four
years ago. I thought I was
comfortable riding a motor-
cycle until I took this course
and learned some more new
things. I'm all for learning
more," said Stewart, who
has been riding a motorcy-
cle since 1995. "My braking
skills have improved in this
course. I was using more of
my back brake and now I'm
using my front and back
brakes. I don't know where
that bad habit came from.
So this class is helping me,
it's a nice refresher and I'm
learning new techniques. I
recommend everyone to go
through it."
The new course is offered
when enough qualified peo-
ple sign up for it, call 542-
6406 for details. For more
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MWR sponsors CPO 5K Run

By MCI (AW)
Melissa Robertson-Leake
Staff Writer

M ore than 75 peo-
ple showed up
, to run in the
first Chief Petty Officer
(CPO) 5K April 12 at NAS
Jacksonville. The event
was held to celebrate of the ,
CPO's 114th birthday. 6 7
CPOs and other partici-
pants excitedly lined up . _
at the starting point on
Perimeter Road and were
told to take their mark, get
ready, GO! A
With temperatures reach- Photos by MC1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake
ing the high 80's runner's Susan Miller is awarded the first-place medal by CMDCM(SW)
steadied themselves as Chris Green, NAS jax command master chief, after the run.
they headed down the road.
The race was a close call
as Micheal LaPenna and- ,
Renee Lumene both from.
the Naval Hospital Jax
fought for first place.
All participants received
a complementary T-shirt
commemorating the CPO's ----
birthday. Refreshments
Were served by the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation
Department and medals.
were awarded to the win-
ners by CMDCM(SW) Chris . -
Green, NAS Jax command , . .
master chief.
For more information on
upcoming events, call the
base gym at 542-3239. Michael LaPenna and Rene Lumene fought competitively for


first-place title.


Runners take off down Perimeter Road for the first Chief's Petty Officer 5K April 12.


Men's Divisions
29 and under
Michael LaPenna, NavHosp, 18:50 *
Rene Lumene, NavHosp, 18:51
Roland Brooke, NavHosp, 19:37

30-37
Jacen Mapes, NOSC, 20:22
Corwin Duran, NOSC, 22:07
Michael Mineo, VP-30, 23:09

38-44
Scott, Olivolo, NMSC, 19:55
Michael Flemming, VP-62, 21:03
Randy Hokaj, Redcom, 21:07

45-49
Encarnacion Nunez, NMSC, 19:26
Mark Seidl, Retired, 22:35
Harry Dean, NED, 26:28

50 and over
Robert Sroka, NDSL, 27:13
Robert Willen, Retired, 32:43
Jorge Lugo, NDSL, 36:33


Women's Divisions
29 and under
1. Virginia Hernandez,VP-45, 24:35
2. Amy Santos, VR-58, 26:16
3. Mandy Hampson, NMSC, 26:30

30-37
1. Shaynah Estenes, IBU-28, 29:11
2. Shannon Leonard, MWR, 32:13
3. Terra Haidle, NMSC, 34:48

38-44
1. Susan Miller, VR-58, 21:00 *
2. Alice Ciani, FRC-SE, 27:02
3. Stephannie Godfrey,VR-58, 29:00

45-49
1. Elisa Jacque, Dependent, 32:01



50 and over
1. Juanita Watson, VP-16, 31:56
2. Giovanna Ovara, 32:19
3. Nadia Pinkham, Dependent, 39:02


* Denotes overall best time for male and female divisions.


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Photo by MC 1 (AW) Toiete Jackson
NAS Jax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson breaks ground with a 320C Caterpiller dur-
ing the groundbreaking ceremony.


GROUNDBREAKING: New hangar started


From Page 1

ferent because usually we're recognizing
people and accomplishments, but today
we're celebrating the future. This is
future capability for NAS Jacksonville,
future capability for the maritime patrol
and reconnaissance aircraft community
and future capability for the U.S. Navy."
This hangar represents only a portion of
what is happening at NAS Jacksonville.
According to Dobson, if one were to look
down the base's flightline alone, which is
just over a mile, there is about $250 mil-
lion in recapitalization taking place.
Dobson also recognized a few key play-
ers who were instrumental in bringing
construction of the new hangar to fruition.
"This has been a tremendous effort by a
great team of people. We're very excited
about the team we've put together here. I,
will take this opportunity to thank a few
people," he said. "There are four people
who have worked behind the scenes to
make this happen who won't get a lot of
publicity. The first is the NAS Jax BRAC
Coordinator Freddy Byers who has been
working on crunching the numbers to make
this happen. On the engineering and plan-
ning side is Jim Morgan; from Commander,
Navy Region Southeast is Doug Mercer,
who at least in the Southeast Region is
sort of the 'Godfather of BRAC'. He's
another guy who makes the trains run on
time. And last but not least, is Vick Patton
of Commander, Fleet Forces Command
in Norfolk, Va. He's been involved in the
construction of Navy hangars for a couple
of decades."
The contractor for the project is M.A.

BUPERS: Online reporting
From Page 3

Navy Personnel Command Overseas
Screening coordinator. "The reliability of
this system compared to the message sys-
tem is a great benefit to the Navy."
Testing on the BOL application began
in 2006 in selected geographic areas with
a high volume of screenings conducted.
Command career counselors (CCC) can
access the application on BOL and fill in
the pull-down menu items as appropriate.
The move to online reporting makes it pos-
sible to update the database in 'real time,'
according to Saarinen.
When a CCC records the information into
BOL, gaining commands can immediately


Mortenson, based in Minneapolis, Minn.
Vice President Craig Southorn, also had a
chance to say a few words during the cer-
emony.
"We began design work last fall and
we look forward to the partnership we'll
have with the Navy and finishing this
project safely and on a timely basis," said
Southern. "We've estimated around one
and a half million man-hours to be exe-
cuted on the project. As you can see we've
begun some of the site development work,
which will continue through the summer.
We anticipate going vertical this summer.
We will be on time and deliver the hangar
for occupancy the first part of 2009."
After the speakers concluded, several
officials picked up shovels to take part in
the official groundbreaking. The group,
along with Dobson and Southorn, includ-
ed Rear Adm. Mark Boensel, command-
er, Navy Region Southeast, Rear Adm.
B.C. Prindle, commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Group, Capt. Sean Buck,
commander, Patrol Reconnaissance Wing-
Eleven, Capt. Michael- Blount, command-
ing officer of Naval Facilities Command
Southeast, Cmdr. Chuck Lewis, public
works officer for NAS Jacksonville, Lt.
Cmdr. Mary Ann Andrews, Lt. j.g. Zach
Zimchek, Arthur Mosely and Lt. Cmdr.
Alexander Kohmen, the master of ceremo-
nies for the event.
To end the ceremony, Dobson manned a
construction backhoe and sank the bucket
into the ground. To the cheers of those in
attendance, he excavated a load of fresh
earth, slowly pouring it back onto the
ground.


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AWARD: Jax Air News takes second place


From Page 1

mand collateral duty public affairs person-
nel contributing to the paper. It shows in
winning this CHINFO award," he added.
"I can truly say, the deputy PAO and I
pretty much leave to base newspaper to
them. They know what they are doing,
they strive for excellence and they produce
a quality product. You really, really appre-
ciate a staff like them."
"MC2 Rebecca Kruck stepped up to the
plate while Kaylee was on sick leave and
MC1 Ewton was on maternity leave. She
volunteered to come over from Commander,
Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs to
act as editor during that period. Since
then, she has been a big, big part of the
Jax Air News and NAS Jacksonville PAO
team. Our newest member, MC1 Melissa
Robertson-Leake, has also played a big role
in the continued team effort to produce a
quality, informative and readable newspa-
per for NAS Jax," he stated.
Jax Air News which was originally estab-
lished in 1940, became the first military
publication for The Florida Times-Union
when the contract was formally signed
Nov. 7, 2001.
Today, the Florida Times-Union pub-
lishes three military papers in the area,
the Jax Air News, Mayport Mirror and The
Periscope at NSB Kings Bay, Ga. These
three military papers fall under the realm
of Military Publications Manager Ellen
Rykert and Specialty Publications Manager
Joe DeSalvo at the Times-Union.
Creating an award-winning publication
while keeping the public informed and
entertained takes a lot of skill, creativity
and communication from the readers. All
staff members are professionally trained
military and civilian journalists and pho-
tographers.
On the Times-Union side of the house, a
professional graphic designer creates page
after page of artistic layouts, advertising
representatives sell the many ads that
keep Jax Air News published, Advertising


Customer Services designs these ads,
Output Productions creates negatives and
plates of each page once its completed,
press operators ensure the paper is print--
ed correctly and the distribution depart-
ment delivers the finished product each
Thursday morning.
With so many departments working-
together, communication is a must. This is
where the military publications manager'
comes in to oversee the day-to-day opera-
tions.
"Winning this award was definitely a
team effort between our military staff and
our colleagues at The Florida Times-Union.
As a retired chief journalist, I have worked
on numerous newspapers including The
Periscope, Airwinger at NAS Cecil Field,
Mayport Mirror and Jax Air News. I've
seen a lot of changes in newspaper produc-
tion over the years and have to say this is
the best partnership I've ever experienced,"
said LaRocque.
"I've been fortunate to have known our
military publications manager, Ellen
Rykert for many years. She is one of the
most dedicated professional women I,
know and keeps an eye on all aspects of,;
our paper's production. Graphic Designer.
George Atchley is truly a creative genius,'
He consistently comes up with new ideas to.,
catch our reader's attention and keep our.
paper fresh. And, our sales team headed by:
Linda Edenfield is what keeps our newspa-
per afloat each week," added LaRocque.
"And, of course, my team of highly quali-
fied photojournalists and special contrib-,
utors are the ones who are out there in
the field bringing our readers the most
current, informative and interesting news
each week."
Although winning awards definitely
proves the Jax Air News team members
are dedicated to their professions, the'
staffs goal will always be to provide the
NAS Jax community with the news, infor-,
mation and special features the readers
benefit from each week.


From Page 1

conditions of readiness in their geographic
area and all commands will be required to
confirm status and whereabouts of,their
personnel for each area separately, said
Pietrzak.
As the exercise storms approach each
geographic area, Chief of Naval Operations
N1 will release a NavAdmin order to
account for personnel based on the GAOI
and designate a start time for personnel
accountability and family assessment pro-
cedures. Each GAOI will be available in
the electronic muster tool at the start time
listed for 72 hours or three working days.
As for the personnel accountability phase
during a real or full week exercise, a goal
of full (100 percent) accountability for all
assigned personnel in a declared affected
area is CNIC's overall expectation, accord-
ing to Pietrzak.
CNIC recently held it own accountability
exercise "Citadel Personnel Accountability
07-1" Citadel generated more than 160 les-
sons learned ranging from using Bupers
Online, Disaster Management Tool, Navy
Reserve accountability issues, to how to
accomplish 100 percent accountability


for all of the Navy family members in an
affected area.
Continuous improvement was shown in:.
this exercise, as an overall accountability-
of 97.6 percent was achieved in the five-*
day exercise, with more thanl48,000 per-
sonnel assigned in the two regions, accord-
ing to Pietrzak.
CNIC is preparing a new Navy-wide pub-,,
lic awareness campaign entitled "Operation
Prepare," according to Pietrzak. "CNIC is
launching a public awareness campaign
this spring to encourage individual and'
family preparedness for all types of natu-"
ral and man-made emergencies. Staying-,
informed, developing a plan, and mak-
ing an emergency kit is the theme of this
initiative, so that all personnel will be'-
prepared to respond in the event of an'
emergency. Information packets will be"
strategically located at Personnel Support
Detachments, commissaries, base hous-
ing offices and Fleet and Family Support
Centers."
There are three main themes to remem-.,
ber for family emergency preparedness,'
added Pietrzak. "Be informed, have a plan-:
and make a kit."


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For more information call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
duty from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(Shoe rental not included)
Bowling Leagues
Bowling leagues are starting up once
again. There will be various types of
teams including mixed men and women's,
youth teams, and 2 player teams. If you do
not have a full team but would like to bowl,
please stop by or call the center at 542-
3493, the league will place you on a team.

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The Comics on Duty World Tour
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Ticket on sale now at The Zone
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
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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

I.T.T EVENTS
For more information about I.T.T. trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Pepsi 400 at Daytona International
Speedway
July 7
Tickets on sale now!
A variety of tickets are available for pur-
chase ranging $45 - $126 each.
Limit four tickets per person.
Savannah Trolley Tour and lunch at The
Lady & Sons
May 19
$50 per person
Cost includes lunch, trolley tour, and
transportation.
The Players Championship
May 7-13
Monday - Wednesday tickets - $30.25
Thursday - Sunday tickets - $60
Weekly Badge - $165
Last day to purchase is tomorrow

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.

Kenney Chesney Concert
Saturday
$60 per person

Comedy Zone Trip
April 24
Free admission and appetizers

Roller Skating Trip
April 25
$2 per person

Barracks Bash
May 9, 3:30-7:30 pm
Free food, entertainment and prizes!


File photo
Hundreds of military families wait in line to
register their children for the last year's Youth
Activities Center Summer Camp Program.
This year's registration will take place April
28 at 9 a.m. For more information, call 778-
9772.
MOVIES
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details call 542-
3491.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. - Bobby (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. - Night at the Museum
(PG)
Saturday, 7 p.m. - Stranger than Fiction
(PG-13)
April 27, 7 p.m. - The Pursuit of
Happyness (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 24 for active duty.
April 26 for retirees and Department of
Defense personnel.

Golf Equipment Demonstration Days
Cobra - Today, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Nike - Tomorrow, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Taylor Made - April 27, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.


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.

YOUTH
ACTIVITIES
Call 788-9772 for more information.

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

Summer Camp Registration
April 28, 9 a.m. to noon
Packets are due on April 23

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

THE FLYING
CLUB
For more information call 777-8549/6035.

Seneca PA34-200 Ground School
Saturday, 8 am - 4 pm
$75 per person

Commercial Pilot Ground School
April 24 - May 17
Classes meet Monday & Wednesday, 4-7
p.m.
$100 per person, books extra


Chapel offers PREP class
From the NAS jax Chapel
The base chapel is offering a marriage 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 communication skills
and ground rules for handling conflict and promoting inti-
macy. It is a great tool for every marriage and qualifies as
a pre-marriage training requirement.
All active duty members, Department of Defense civil-
ian employees, retirees and their spouses or fianc6es are
welcome to attend. The workshop and materials are free.
A complimentary continental breakfast and lunch will be
provided on both days.
For more information and to register, call 542-
3051/3052.

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Volunteers receive free
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have a current CDL license
and a good driving record.
For more information,
contact Jenny Wallace at
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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 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-
"0Q05 or e-mail commodore@njyc.org.
The local chapter of the Military Officers
Association of America meets for a dinner
program the 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 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.


JAX AIR NEWS, NAS JACKSONVILLE, Thursday, April 19, 2007 15


SPORTS AND STANDINGS


Tennis tourney slated
A men and women's singles tennis tournament
will be held Monday 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.
3-on-3 Sand volleyball meeting
This meeting will be held May 9 at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 conference room. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative
attend the meeting will receive five captain's cup
points. All interested personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Golf meeting coming up
An intramural golf summer league meeting will
be held May 16 at 11:30 a.m. at the golf course.
The league is open to all NAS Jax active duty,
command Department of Defense personnel and
selective reservists. The league will be played on
Wednesday at 8 a.m. Commands having their
athletic officer or designated representative attend
the meeting will receive five captain's cup points.
All interested personnel should attend the meeting
to discuss rules and to get the required paperwork
to join the league.


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
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.


Intramural Volleyball Standings
As of April 13
Team Wins Losses
Naval Hospital 2 0
FRCSE 2 1
CNATTU 2 1
VR-58 1 2
ASD 0 1

Intramural Winter Golf
Liberty League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses
Navy Band 7 1
VP-16A 7 1
Ocho-Cinco 6 2
VR-58 5 3
VP-30 5 3
HS-15 1 3
CV-TSC 1 4.
NCTS A 3 5
CNATTU Red 0 8

Intramural Winter Golf
Freedom League Final Standings
Team Wins Losses Ties
FACSFAC 7 1
ASD 5 2 1
VP-16 B 4 3 1
SCWS 5 3
CNATTU Blue 3 4
CNATTU Gold 3 5
Pin Seekers 2 6
NCTS B 2 6


Intramural Soccer Standings


Team
VP-30 O'S
VP-45
FRCSE
CNATTU
HS-15
VP-16
VP-30
USMC
Air Ops
HS-7


As of April-13
Wins Losses Ties
5 0
4 0 1
3 1 1
3 2 1
2 2 1
1 3
1 4
1 4 1
0 4 1
0 0


Intramural Softball American League
Standings
As of April 13
Team Wins Losses
Dirty 30 7 0
FRC-SE 6 0
HS-3 3 0
DET 16 4 2
AIMD 500 3 2
PSD 5 3
AIMD 900 4 4
Fire Department 3 5
VR-58 2 6
Naval Hospital 2 6

Greybeard Softball Standings
As of April 13
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 2 0
CSCWL 2 0
FRCSE 0 2
CNATTU 0 2

Intramural Softball National League
Standings
As of April 13
Team Wins Losses
FACSFAC 4 0
Lab Rats 5 2
CIhATTU 5 3
Flang 4 3
HS-15 3 4
VP-45 2 4
VP-30 Students 2 5
CBMU202 2 6
SERCC 1 7
AIMD 900B 0 4

Women's Softball Standings
As of April 13
Team Wins Losses
Lady Divas 2 0
VP-16 2 1
Naval Hospital 0 2
TPU 0 3


Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
A military spouse informational seminar will be
held Saturday 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 Saturday 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.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Raising moneyfor NMCRS


Photos by MCI1(AW) Melissa Robertson-Leake


Fleet Readiness Center Southeast
and Naval Computer and
Telecommunications Station Jax
sponsored a car wash April 13
to raise money for Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society. Numerous
vehicles were washed during the
event.







It -The NAS Jax Weapons
numam Department held a
civilian clothes day to
raise money to ben-
efit Navy Marine Corp
Relief Society during
their annual fund drive
April 13. Members of
the department made a
donation to be able to
wear civilian clothes to
work.


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NORTHSIDE - 4.'
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2 both home - utility
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garage - front & back
porches - great
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$229,000 904-553-3414


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KINGSLAND GA. 2100sf
Brick ranch 3br/2 lull
baths, w/large front/
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187 W. Magnolia Ave.
Kingsland, Laurel Island
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Like New Golf Tennis
Pool Fit Ctr 912-614-3344
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& Racquet Club, 2/2
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Dishwasher and Renovated.
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pool, tennis,
marina and more.
$149,900.
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153ft depth. Close to Tin
seltown & St. John's
Towncenter. S89k.
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call (904)501-4078


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HUNTER S DRE A.M
," :. ..... , (l , C.- . : .,,.:.-.,
County Road 125. Some
Clearing has been done.
Well w/ hand pump. Ask-
ing S12,500 per acre obo.
Please caloil 904-699-9837

INDEPENDENCE VA,
5traccts totalling 86
acres, $15,000/ AC. 4.2K
elevation. 7041-663-3831


ANGELO BUYS
HOUSES CASH!
Any cond, -handyman,
fire damaged,
distressed, vacant or
occupied, ANYWHERE,
ANY CONDITION..
Apts/comm'l/resident ial
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
TOO SMALL !i
Quick closings
904-626-1636
904-680-7435














REGENCY INN
* WEEKLY SPECIALS' -
'i, 10 i SD1 TAY " 1 1',ll
'ARLINGTON BARGAIN-



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$150 DEPOSIT
' ..... . :l studios
F :. ,,-.�:..- i�-Fishing
*Conv to Town & Beaches
FROM $395 MO
Furn & Unfurn
Willow Lakes of Arl
7703 Hare Ave.
725-0303
ARLINGTON
2BR Garage Apt Near Arling-
ton Rd S Univer'ity Blvd No
Pdi. Rd R,.q ! ?615 '6 io^


City Ridge
7528 AriiLton Exp vs
t904it -23 3333
cirt ndge,'rhhortzontl ccnl


Nortnslo5 . EasislIdC
MOVE IN SPECIAL
Api ab nonm i35
House1 from f620
Several 10 chmlose irGm
ecIalon 6 Spelcomfl
Cuil MlBncenl 94.0fimb-o87

NorthsIde Irg BR/840 soft
Twnhse ch/a, 548 W. 27th
St. HUD ok $525 mo,
$400 dep. 766-0268/945-6941
a, ORANGE PARK
' / 3 BR/2 BA
S| Lakeview, Sepa-
rate Dining RM,
Luxury MBR, Fireplace,
Watersoftner, Big
Kitchen, Clubhouse,
Pools ect. Near NAS,
Owners.cam IDTPT3710
Call 803-6617 or 772-7795
$1,300 monthly


RIVERSIDE
Near 5 points, 1/1 ch&a,
No pets $595. 631-5339
SAN MARCO 1/1 close to
square $600mo.+dep ,


SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -.9492

SOUTHSIDE ttanaari ,BR .
21 polio APli n7Suro.0
2 1 XL AnT. ;i,'5m,
MOVE IN SPECIALS
Snuo.m Propcrlf: iti 1761

WESTSIDE i" ?4Ei: d-D
cDf-.0l I F R ,.441
Call 388-7317

WESTSIDE 2br Newly
Remod. W/D conn $665mo.
Free Rent Special.
Seaboard Oaks. 904-778-9836





Julington Creek / Cypress
Trace 2/2.5 Twthm, fully
turn, amenities, culdesac.


E GLE t RBO SOR
- 1er.l .'n Pni Peil







FLEMING IS'" L PLANT
^, Fleminq loiaOld
Orange Park
3/2 2 car gar. Fenced
Back. Appliances.
Close to NAS! $1300 +
dep. 806-1188.

FLEMING ISL PLANT
3/2, 2 car, $1250;
2/2 condo $1,000
Moxxum R.E. 626-5308
Fleming Island-
Eagle Harbor
5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL
room w/heat & AC, free
heated pool, tennis &
golf in community.
RED. I D_ from
$2,000/mto s1,825/m.
542-7908
ORANGE PARK -3/2
Large fenced yard, pets
ok. $950mo + dep.
904-614-3998

ORANGE PARK-3/2.5,
brk hm, waterfront,
dock, $2200mo. 673-5614
ORANGE PARK RTO
new 4/3 in Eagle Land-
ing, $3500 moves you in.
$429K. Call 305-812-0523
ORANGE PARK
3 & 4br homes available
starting at $895/mo
Zenith Realty 215-0676
Orange Park Oakwood
Subdiv. 3 Bdr 2 Bath
SNo Pets. $1200 mo.
757-962-3588

Orange Park 3+br/2ba
town home on water
very nice, comm pool,
$1300mo. 904-591-2043




103rd St. 4/2 $1195 ch&a
Built 1995, 2 Car Gar, 1750SF
SA KitN F-iTR 9%D H 0
VANSANDT RE 3693J40


Morningside
241101 Jamme- Rd
i'04i, 83 8"35
morningjidJc'ethorizonfl aom


Confederate Point Club at Charter Point .
4455 Contederaic Point Rd 5501 Univers-ry Club Blvd N.
1904 '772- 8663 19041 "45-5050
confcderatepolnr'ihorizonf1 l.nl thelub'@horizonfl com


Cross Creek The Woods of Manddarin-
14-41 Manotak Avc. 3200 Hartnky Rd
1904) 786-2610 (904)1268-7968 .. _
-rosscrcck@hanozonfl.':om r oodsnindarin@bhonzofl.comn




M!L!TARY SET ASIDE.PROGRAM











One Bedroom Starting At


$685oo


1100 Seagate Ave* Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611








Historic Avondale .

RIVIERA PARKWAY

APARTMENTS
Hurry Hurrm Hurry ~, -

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389-3179 :%
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,AFFORDABLE

LARGE

S, 2,3 BEDROOM

HOMES


ARGYLE Water Mill lake
front, RTO huge 3/2,
$1275mo + dep. comm
amenities 714-305-7045
* *** *r*** ***** ***
* Arlington, Southside *
* Westside, Northside *
* Stop Paying Rent! *
*New Homes in the $100's
No Money?
No Credit?
No Problems
Possible Rent To Own
* Call Dave 904-881-6653 *

AVONDALE 3/1 CH&A
w/d hkup, frpl, fenced yd
$1150/m + $500 dep. 3933
Jean St. Call 388.5939
AVONDALE 2/1 5895
Cozy 944SF, HW Firs, 1 Car
Gar, Fncd, WD Hu, ch&a.
VANSANDT RE 389.3540
BAYMEADOWS/Avenues
Mall 3/2+bonus rm,
FDR, 2000sf, tile firs,
$1295m+1st/last. 651-2927
E. Arlington Nicest area,
nature preserve, 3/2,
many extras, rustic set-
ting, $1350mo. 997-3262
INTRACOASTAL WEST
- 2 story, 3200sf, 5br, 3.5
ba, $2000mo. For more
details, www.laxpm.com
or call Larisa 866-1431
MANDARIN - Hood
Landing 1 yr old, 4/2, 2
gar, fpl, Ig patio, 2300sf
$1600mo 240-643-1146
MARIETTA New Renov.
3br home or newly renov
3/2 MH's for rent/sale or
lease opt. 904-309-1795


MOVING !!!
Contact: Doris
Jokes @ Bear

(904)234-5753.
Email: iakes-
doris@yahoo.com
"We Care About
our Customers"
Tour to Tour


rATTN: RENTERS
Newly Remodeled
ExMellent Prop. Megm
Fair Rental Roles.
s$00 DEP. SPECIAL
NO HUD
Call Scott TIItu I
Solutions 904-254-7346
1291 Randolph . 2/1 S
333 College St I / S715
56W Maralhon Prkwy

S8i5 OklaneO Dr 1 5

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50' ai J.1 ", _J O
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WESTSIDE .LAKEShORE
h-,r- J . 5.. !- ..,: o '- I1
Moncnesier Kl. 4/-/.14
$500 Down U OWN
All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY
Call the Hotline 388-1208
Arlington - New Home.
Woterleaf Community,
4/3, S2000/m. 904-707-9610


Homes, lownnomes,
and Condominiums!
1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms
$450 - $1450
In the Following Areas
.NORTHSIDE
OCEANWAY
DOWNTOWN
ARLINGTON
SOUTHSIDE
ARGYLE
WESTSIDE
HILL I .iKC
5-I
.LL .H rl5
S.T 4U-,uST tlE
904-757 3456
r.. LL -aR ,' Ui i
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Dan Jones &
Associates, Inc
(904) 757.3466
-.. , ERuDuNJONEi Ci"






WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
Heritage Landing 4br
/3ba, 3 CAR GARAGE,
A+schls. Many ameni-
ties (S1425mo. unfurn)
($1575mo. furn'd). Lawn
service optional. Coil
904-940-1577, 770-312-7569


4, Fleming Island, 3 BR
Condo For Rent. Liv-
i ng RM, Family RM,
Dining RM, Loft with 2
1/2 Bath, Gated, 1840 SF,
Garage, Clubhouse, ect.
Masterbed: $475, Bedroom:
$400 each. Deposit $1500 ea.
Coall 904-803.4287
OAKLEAF PLANTATION
Preserve 3/2, 1500 sq. ft,
W/D, adjacent amenities
bldg. $1090/mo + dep.
Lease avail. 904-772-1522
Orange Park- near NAS,
2/2, gated cam, W/D, cbl,
pool, appl. Pets wel-
come! $800+sec 229-7867
ORANGE PARK new
condo in Eagle Harbor,
2/2, Fpt + bonus rm,
S1050mo. PH 386-527-8664
ORANGE PARK
lbr/lba excellent condi-
tion, centrally located,
pool, fitness center,
ceramic tile throughout,
$50moa. Call 904-307-9699






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BAYMEADOWSDeerwood
3/2, DR, 1530sf, quiet, fplc,
scrn lonal, Ik view, w/d hkps,
Great Loc., $1095, 505.3648
Intracoastal West New gated
3/3, 2200sf on marsh,
granite, SS apple, pool,
gar, $1695 14' ceil
3/3 Pnths 1895 273-0125
MANDARIN GLEN 2/2
with W/D, new carpet.
$850/m+deposit. 262-3058
evenings
ORTEGA WATER-
FRONT 3/2, gated +
amenities, slip avail,
Free Rent Offer 534-1327
REGENCY AREA/
KENDALL POINTE Free
Cable & Internet. 2/2 $995,
i. 2/2 $1045. Convenient to
cse at Mayport. Realty
E executives, Ponte Vedra
,ll-J-49-6S aremos 2
Soulhtide Lake Ironl 3 2 5
or,-.-a .-r '..- ,, ,o0.r e '.
-.i J i er.IN I.r o o .a
ili 00mo 23. 5765 434 2260
SOUTHSIDE Lo ocres
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AMELIA ISLE- E.:,iu..e
.:..-.1 0r.1 c-....- Oceanlrnt
jj Oirr UPGRADES
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ORANGE PARK
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SR210 & 1-95. 2/2 5, Gar
gage, galed comm w.'
pool, avail 5I,1 i99mo.
1st, lost & se dep0
ornFr financing Call
904 285 4459 2 813 6585




Aplantic Bch AIA N r.ar
t-I..rni L,. ,.:l.,', 65R 'h.r,-

MANDARIN ..re :
r.e :..n r ,V Lc.relIr. R.mo
S -,;,Cl + , h. av e 4 '

f ROOM FOR
RENT ASAP
3for 3BDR/2BA
Luxury Highrise
Apartment, overlooking
St.Johns River, Pool,
$445 a month, Utilities M
or F, Clean, Must have
credit for Info call
757-839-8242
ROOMMATE
fo NEEDEDASAP for
11 3BDR/2BA Luxury

ment, overlooking
St.Johns River, Pool,
or F, Clean, Must have
credit for Info call
757-839-8242

O, WESTSIDE 9 miles
from NAS Jax, shore
3/2 home, Male,
non-smoker, 0500 o
month includes utilites call
704-1078




ORANGE PARK Move In
Special, utilities & cable
Inct, extra clean. Call
Colleen 904-505-9553



4, Argyle Forest
Room to Rent.
$450.00 plus 1/3 ulOl.
Coall 803-2098 or 777-4272
or 535-1453. 1-295 Orange
Pork, NAS.
Arlington
REGENCY INN
* WEEKLY SPECIALS! *
i139 * 7 DAY STAY * 725-5093
4, NORTHSIDE ROOM
TO RENT
S New Large Home in
Victoria Lakes, Coil
904-434-2395 Samira
SSOUTHSIDE
ROOM FOR RENT
l 4 BR, 2 BA House,
Utilities included.
Call Troy 904-703-2533
$533.00 monthly
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrlgo!
Low Doily/Wkly Rates!
10o Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211


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ICE CREAM SHOP in
103rd & OLD MIDDLEBURG Macclenny. Est. 15yrs
3/1 5 S575 ch&, WD hooku . Low overhead 904-616-0965
Stove nod Frildge, Fenced. ________
VANSANDT RE 38935dn40


Westsido 32 Huge Property
ch&o, WD Hu, S795/mno.
.1 Car Carport, Very Secluded
VANSANOT RE 3893540

Lease to own nice 2 & 3
bedroom m mobile homes
call 695-2255







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





YULEE FL Commer-
cial property zone Cl,
approx. 1 AC in fast
growing Nassau Co. 15
min. from Jax, Amelia
Island, Fernandina Bch,
Kingsland GA & St.
Mary's GA. $249,000
904-225-2076; 904-225-0922




ORANGE PARK
Brand New office condo.
Includes 5 private
offices. Partially furn.,
1200SF, Avail immedi-
ately Sl800mo includes
CAM 904-307-9699 Mike
Da


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







* 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
NEAR ALLTEL
lblk to stadium, 2500sf,
$1150mo. 904-568-4677


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


MOTIVATED
ENTREPRENEURS
incredible income Poen-
tial working from home.
Call 800-70,1-0652

ORANGE PARK
Restaurant for sale or
Great Investment Oppty
7000 + SF, fully equipped,
turn key operation, high
traffic volume.
appraised at over $2. M
w/o equipment, asking
S1-9M w/eqiuipment. Call
90.!-237-7,191 or fox offers
to 904-269-4701
PIRTEK USA
Unique B2B franchise
has exclusive territo-
ries available in Jack-
sonville (888) 774-7835:
www.pirtekusa.com


We Only Finance Real
Estate Investors
Not Credit Based
FAST CLOSINGS!!!
Call Ben 904-654-CASH
Equity Lending









* Private Instruction
* Schools
*Specialty Training/
Events




REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class May 7
8 Week Eve Class May 16
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 2692555
Florida Real Estate Institute


Warehouse/forklift
driver -Start at $9/hr.
Call Mike (904)356-9422





KENNEL ASST PT/FT &
GROOMER PT
Exp req'd. Great Jobs,
Great Pay, Benefits. Apply
60012 Argyle Forest Blvd.





Aluminum Fabricator &
Sign Installer exp'd.
Welding exp req'd. Must
drive. Machining exp a
Plus. 823-8572 / 287-4949

APPLICATIONS
to the Jacksonville
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Joint Apprenticeship
Training Program are
now available for the
2007-2008 school term.
Cut off date will be April
27. Applications avail.
9am-11:45 am & 1:30 pm-
4:45 pm, Maon-Fri at 489
Stevens St. Ph. 781-2112
"for info.

TANK CLEANERS
Must be U.S. Citizen able
to pass drug & back-
ground check & physi-
cal for 4 month project
on Naval Bose. Will
train. $8- $10/hr based on
exp. Ph. 904-424-9338


+ ___ __;-


VAN-Nul K= Juyj�qv I


PROGRAM MANAGER
Precision Pattern, Inc.
manufactures aircraft
interiors for corporate
and heads-of-state air-
craft. PPI has an
immediate opening for a
Program Manager to
support a large scale,
long term contract with
an international cus-
tomer. Excellent ben-
efits. Salary is nego-
tiable. Contact HR at
(912)644-8100 for details
or send- resume to
recruiter@precision-pottern.com.


TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS!
COMPANY-SPONSORED
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Now Hfli-i ng aiI/s

N ice People! .

C4stfoMteP Sevvice RepR esenftatives
Management Train iees

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 596-3266 C


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Communications

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Lodging

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and Security

* Computers/Electronics/


ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
50wpm, Phone, computer
& organizational skills.
Min 1 yrs ofc exp. req.
Downtown law firm
Fax resume to Joinoene
904-350-3069





BARBER / HAIR STYLIST
The Navy Exchange
Mayport seeks highly
motivated / exp'd BAR-
BER/ HAIR STYLIST
with state license corm
mitted to service in our
military community.
FT, receive competitive
compensation and excel-
lent benefits. Benefits
include: medl/den, life
Ins, long term disability,
lonu term care, retire-
ment plan, 401k w/ com-
pany match, paid vac.,
sick leave, exchange
shopping privileges holl-
days & much more.
Fox Resume at 242-3255


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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


C036583


DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641-5033

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call399.1110


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A CuhldiY Concrete
4 , hildcare St.Mary's.
1^ Welcome. Parents
Night Out 6PM-11 :30
PM F riday Saturday
Nights. 673-8517.
Call Melissa.




A Quality Concrete
Company by S.B. Brown
Specializing in driveways
patios, sidewalks, parking
lots. Call 614-5040



BEST MASSAGE in JAX
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. #MM14752
446-5504 appt only
A.C. Bloom Call me.


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SERVERS
LINE COOKS
FOOD PREP
We offer excellent pay,
day 1 benefits avail.
PT/FT. Must be
available on weekends.
Please apply in person
6050 Youngerman Cir.
at 1.295 & Blanding Blvd
in Orange Park




DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
Drive Yellow Cab.
Make as much as you
need! Must have good
background.493-5250 dfw


Ceramic Supplies, (2)
Kiln's, pouring table,
turn table, cones, 4 gal
slip, decas, paints,
assorted molds, etc. Too
much to list. $800. obo.
Maccdenny 904-259-9352


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Outstanding training package with signing bonus up to $20,000. No experience required. 8 weeks
Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, IllIInois. 4-12 months job training various locations. Return to
Hometown Navy Reserve Center assignment as a drilling reservist 1 weekend a month and 2 weeks a
year. High school diploma required. Ages 17-34. R15934


I**" Company
* , Drivers
S$1500 Sign on
' Bonus*
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/
2 or more yrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
* Home most wknds
* NEW PAY PACK-
AGE
$.34-.38/mile
* O/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
* $.01 Safety Bonus
* $.02 Service Bonus
* Medical Dental 401k
* Paid Voc & holidays
* Optional Health Core
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem
PayProgrom@ $52.00
/day pap jj

Coall Greg@
800-723-3424 for into


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Executive Career Cloth-
ing: Suits, pants,
blouses, sz 10-12. shoes
sz 7-8.5 & accessories.
Excellent cond. Call
904-725-3498, cell 502-0373
& Men's Black Leather
Cowboy Boots. Size 12.
Never worn. 50.00 Call
912-576-3130



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SONY. For the arm.
J Digital. TV, Weather,
AM/FM w/ headsets.
Exc. Cond. S18 each. 268-2482



B. Langston Presents
In Murray Hill antique
and modern furn T/0,
collectables galore, incl.
pottery, china, quilts,
rugs, jewelry, tools,
military, depression
glass, old Xmas, 928
Wolfe N. of Post W. of
Edgewood. Wed 4-8;
Thur & Fri 9-4.
www.blangston.com


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Furnitre/r


4 BDR Set(Light Wood)
Queen 5750.00, Head-
" Jlboard w/mirror and
light bridge, left pier,
right pier dresser. Livin-
groom/Den Wall Unit Black,
Gold Trim Mirror Light
Bridge. S250.00. Livingroom
Coffee table, end table
$100.00. Call 215-3257
BED - A Bargin
Brand New Pillowtop Sets
Queen $110 King $250.
Memory Foam from $340
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED- Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405
4, Bedroom-
Thomasville well
built oak dresser,
mirror, chest and
Queen/Full Headboard,
excellent condition. Cost
$3,000 Sell. $875 262-5597
CURIO CABINET
mirrored, beveled glass,
6ft toll, lighted,
excellent cond. $400
904-527-1180

DARK WOOD
ROLL TOP
DESK I
I 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
Dining Room Table,
SBeveled Glasstop,
|5'x 3', w6 chairs,
will em photo.
Call-220-5199 or 221-5479
pspeevack@comcast.net
DINING ROOM SET
9 PIECE. Broyhill Fon-
tana. 6 chairs, serving
hutch, china cabinet.
S500. Exc. Cond. 287-4565.
Dinning rm table 8 chairs
& buffet - Mahogany.
Like new $1200. 886-0086
4, 42" Flat Screen T.V.
Brand new black $1,000.
Cherry Oak Table 6
chairs, $250. 925A
Essex SQ 904-226-5571
SFour Poster Waterbed
l, Dark Pine Four
Drawer Pedestal,
about 35 years old.
Very Pretty. $200.00
904-225-2769 Yulee
Imported Chinese ebony
china cab $1200; (2) stu-
dent desks/chrs. Mauve
couch, Ithr chr w/otto
lamps. Call 904-744-9465
4 Italian Furniture, Six
SPiece Bedroom. Desk,
gJt Bookcases, Sofa and
Loveseoat, Coffee and
end table, Painting. Call for
prices. 904-910-3710


All Professional Painting &







TIM'S TREE SERVICE
WILL BEAT ANY
REASONABLE PRICE!
Licensed & Insured
904-545-7648 771-7268




, 2 FREEZER GE
CHEST 7CF S100-
Upright Kenmore 5
cf $50- both 5125
almost new will deliver
282-6466
r Kenmore Washer good
condition only S80.00.
phone 264-4587. Orange
Park, FL.
4 Seers Kenmore Washer
and DryerGood condi-
tion., Color-white, Price
So200.00 Please Cell
904-254-1503
SStove/Oven World-
pool Cream Color,
came with house,
works great $150
OBO. 912-673-8560

WASHER & DRYER
Kenmore, good cond.
$235. Call 904-838-5411
WASHER & DRYER -
Super capacity, $325.
Call 778-3591


Cleaned Garage Chain-
0 saw 14", R yE bi
MlWeedeater, Medium
Sized Dog House, 4
green resin Chairs, other
stuff. All Cheap. 343-3173
4 Craftsman Mulchet
Self-propelled mower,
6.0 BTS, 22" geor-driv
transmission. Ball
bearing rear wheels. Tuned!
S125.00 912-729-2928



Hot Springs Spa
SVista, portable, 6
person spa. OBO
904-563-7750



S14K Ladies Diamond &
SSapphire Ring Size 6,
41 $375 14K ICT 7 stone
Ladies Diamond Wed-
ding Band. Size-6 S750
269-1478


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RETIRING SOON?
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* Do you want to cam $ 1K to $2K a week
* Paid training
"* Medical Plan
- Outgoing and great attitude needed
-* Part time or Full time Sales
Make your future happen now!
Call (904) 451-3364 Chris Now
(904) 997-8160 Anytime


505,907


Hours

Besides protecting our country,
military personnel stationed in
our communities donated
505,907 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida
and Southeast Georgia last
year. Their time was given to
community organizations,
church groups, youth activities,
scouting and more.

Thank you!

For advertising information,

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Wanted to Buy or
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drawer file cabinet,
L-return, bookcase
Condition, Glen eSolid

Model, call for piudes, adesk
must see, $1200 DBO.
(904)708-4499
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $185
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
S125 Must sell 904-674-0405
, ROLLTOP DESK
$275. Dining Set, Liv.
ing Rm Set 5600 ea.
771-0470 or 434-1952
SSerta Queen Mattress.
Boxspring and Bed-
frame. Like New! Pil.
low Top. Asking 5200.
Cash firm! Must Go!! Call
912-673.7053
Sofa and Loveseot
Loose Pillow Back
Mulli-colored. 250; 3
upholstered borstools
with odiustable height 5150
Coll 264-8954 or 504-8928
SOFA BED -85" long, flo-
ral design, stripes,
Artisan $500 504-5885
SSOFA, Queen Size
Sleeper Sofa, $225;
_Il Full Size Sleeper
Sofa $200. Both in
Excellent condition.
Call 249-1666
SOLID OAK
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER. HOLDS
UP TO 32" TV.
GLASS CABINET
DOOR. 51" WIDE,
$125. 399-8872
" STORAGE CABINET
SFor DVD's, CD's, or
iTTapes. Lockable Doors,
Wood Groin, 39" tall.
Like New. Reduced S45
268-2482.

QUEEN ANN STYLE
CLAW LEGS DINING
TABLE - ROUND 52m
W/4 CHAIRS, NEVER
BEEN USED
"CHERRY' 5800
573-9344 OR 762-5998



Arlington - Sat 4/21, am
2324 Pine Summit Dr E.
Kickwheels, Kiln;
moldes, microwaves,
dishwasher, stove, twin
matt/boxsprg, 745-1914 -
BEACH Ponte-Vedra-by-
the-Sea. Multi-Family,
15 families, Sat 8-12,
A1A to Corona
Fruit Cove BGHThrift
Shoppe Yard Sale Prices
616 SR13. 904-230-5435
INTRACOASTAL WEST
7am. Harbor Winds
Community is located
off of Kernan, Mathew
Unger & Ashley Malice
Intracoastal West Tim-
ber Ridge Comm sale
Sat 8-2 on Beach Blvd
between Kernan & St!
Johns Bluff on Sons
Parell St.


Mandarin - Bartram'
Springs BId.
Bi-annual Comm,
Yard sale! April 21st
9-3. off Racetrack Rd
Northside Moving Sale!
7-2 Sat. 1768 Daytona Ln:
Biscayne Downs Subdiv..,
ORANGE PARK
3 FAMILY
YARD SALE
Fri. 20, Sat. 21
8-2PM 405 Volderia,
Orange Park behind
Western World.
SAN MARCO - Antq's,
turn,golf, misc. Fri-Sat
8-1. 1967 Largo Rd.
SOUTHSIDE Community
Garage Sale. Wyndgate
Forest. off Touchton
near Belfort Rd Sat. 8-12
Southside Fri, Sat 7:30 - 4
596 Brunswick Rd. Hi-
qual toys, like new items
Southside Furn Sale! Sat:
4/21; 8am-12N 9780 Orr
Dr. Broyhill 7 PC qn br
set $1000. desk $400,
RCA 52" HD TV w/dark
cherry ent ctr $1300. Qn
bed $200; TV armoire
$250;. storage cabinet
$125; chase lounge $75.
SOUTHSIDE Glynlea
turn, clothes, antq's, 227
Sapelo Rd. Fri-Sat 9-3. .
Southside Mutli family
Moving Sale 2485 Car-
riage Lamp Dr. Sat 4/21
S .ru- r r~. l .

Southside Windsor Parke
...~,:oc l, ern. Pour or,
c:rrD Cle lrri :. r..i A or.,
�olo mo il w *are iul

WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
Semi-Annual Garage Soal
Sat., April 21st. 7:30-12:30
BARGAIN HUNTERS .
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA


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,1 Barbie Four Whooelr 6
VOLT rechaorgeoble
bt tory and charger
$75.00; lsoe Barbie 20
i ch, bicycle. $30.00 Call
504-8.130
, Bike Girls- Good Condi-
tion $25.00. Bike Boys
Good Condition. $50.00



Wood Working Tools
1 bi saw w/Bieseonmeyer
feonc; Delta Rockwell
drill press; 12" round
sander w/base; Belt
sander 6"x22" on base;
12" Ban saw; 6" Joiner;
Delta 10" compound
miter saw w/3 drawer
base & fold out side tbis.
Best offer. 90 -821-5067



POWER CHAIR Pride
Quantum 600, totally
upgradable. Hardly used
$3500. Coll 285-6162



2 Car Garage Door
with hardware 100
-l OtBO. 912-729-7982


Sell 1199.00
Call 306 2898 or e-mail
ilrims@hotmail.com
4 Boys 12" Bike w/ train-
in wheels, left handed
toddler Golf Clubs,
Kids picnic table, sand
box Trie All Chea 343-3173
4 Dirt Devil Upright
Vacuum Cleaner, with
tools 12 Amp $45.00,
Anltiue Milk Con Hand
Pointed $35.00, Luggage 2
piece $30.00, 781-6222
E lectr, .* ,, -i r., ,"
, | Pride . 1 i l .r,
L Batter .1..I...: . ,'."
S Onb.:.-:r. -...H ,.
Charger i : r,. L ,.
OBO 729-7: , ,-r ".. "
K Eiptic Dog m-,:.- �r .,r
cise /.i-.. ... r . �
Sell, -. ,,..,
Call Mark . -', .'i

S Whilt: .. . .-...H ,
$400. :jii .;: ::'*
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Swora ,i.::.










bike 510.00. 0 . ,H .'0 ..
tion .:i '- :H 60
Keltic Dagg7154 or LE -:n


















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S350 .00 ..K..,. :,,., , -
Two ReindE :, i,: " i:
OBO' Call ""* J'. " o.
I�M ulche.' ..... i.- ,,
Ford ,*.- /.' r,
Mu Radi :. - .' .>:-
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bike $10.00, ' : I::" '. .. :,.











SINGLE GARAGE
DOOR 9' X 7' &
EXTREVIE WIND
NEW IN BOX i 300:













CALL 445-8100 OR
260.6761
V Need c.. " -":r, .T,.i.















Moni r, Pr lr :ar.
NAr, Rc.t,, .. ,.i , .:.-.
998-754or L u: ,
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hNever .-r.. , H,:.
Focond O J" ..',
x 904-'e2, :, - ,
RBO.efCrilc-rl.r . n
Pool, o r:,.,.i .l -
front .,: .-..,:nl n._
water ...l Hr,.,', :
tlern, $620 0, .' --.r.,'ir
Monit C ': " ,.r.,
Audio .26 : :.
Control L-r.IT -
Printer ar-,a T, O rr
Call 772-779; .:.r A.:.) c: 1 "
nL RIM S . l ' :,:.:.r, ,.
GeOhura .' T..-�7 :
F 235/70o'..: c r . -r' os i:
tL left o-, T,'-,j._ 1-,_ e
receipts 40C'0 .,., ~.' . ',,.
2Se1ll. 9C . .: ,.
SINGLE GARAGE
DOOR 9' X 7'&
EXTREME WIND
LOAD STRUTS
NEW IN BOX � 1300
CALL 445-8100 OR
260.6761
Sport.' E a..Mm,:r.l
Coll, :',r I-ni
O rig ,-,1 r J:.rr
track r,: r.IoKe
Offer 2-TV: Cncibl~ r
Monitor, pr r.,lr S'car.
ner, Rc, i, ,-rf
Lots Maor - '2u ,1 A.,
WEDDING DRESS
Never ,. - ,.-, i.. ,
Paid '$8.", :-r >:r u-.,,,
OBO.C. . - , ,.' -:,,':
0, Wheelcr, 'r . i -j ,-,,-,
walker ...,r. : 3 ,'Z. 3
Hand br, .- : ... ....
shower ).,j :,:, ,m
Walker, $20 u,, E '.. llnraI
condition. 264 -,:.
WORK LIGHT 00
WATT HALOGEN
XL LAMP He,..'l ,,a
tilt a aj3 .oc,De
Folds fc.; lu.ra5e
Excellent Co,,na.,n ; i2
26� "B_'iK


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CHI-A-POMS, Tiny
Designer Purse Pups
$550-$650, 2M/2F 262 6200.
Chihuahua; Yorkie,
Malti-poo & Many Oth-
ers. (912)422-3982
www.wolkerkennel.com
DACHSHUND - red short
hair, 2mo. $125; 9mo $75
Very cute 904-406-5016
ENGLISH BULL DOG
PUPS, reg. F, fawn/wht
$1300 386-719-4412
S FISH TANK
Cherry Wood. 125 Gol.
w/fish supplies incl.
You must see to
believe. Kirn 778-2464
, F ree Sic i i a n
Beagle hound male,
neutered, 4 years
old. Tricolor.
904-821-7670
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS - AKC $700 each.
904-806-4466
GREAT DANE/ROTT.
PUPS Owks, $375 & up.
bobtail/colors 352-528-5759
GREAT DANE PUPS,
8wks, raised indrs, bob-
tails. 5575. 352-528-5759
GREAT DANE AKC M/F
HC $800. 904-259-1706
www. frowebs.cofn/kingskennel/
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterbalilfrm.com
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
$250. shots & wormed
912-276-4809
Lab Pups born 2/27 beau-
tiful AKC, great blood
lines, s/w,. hith cert,
taking deposits, block
$400. chocolate $500
904-225-2214 or 753-4388
MASTIFF PUPS 5M, 3F,
reg, make offer !Seri-
ous inquiries 579-1808
Papillons AKC 18 wks, all
shots, worm, vet ck, 1M
$600 1F $700. 912-383-0746
PEEKAPOO PUPS

POM P U P S F I -.,

Pug Puppies Registerod

ROTTWEILER MASTIFF
Pf. 0H .'Cr . ,

SHIH.TZU PUPS -
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ileHH i':.:...' 1 'He, 'OH
WEIMARANERS ."-.C
Pi',,.ai.S: l. rPil -o.:Ji'
h.n,3 u: :I: ' '.:.
WESTIE PUPS

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BUNDY SELMER
CLARINET
with t.,ro ,:,: . ; i.
OBO 90j j I. Nll 1 ",' -
m e. : .'-
8' Flcelwood Pioneer '06
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA . r r .: rr ..-.,:]
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST i"., i, .
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
AIRSTREAM TRAIL
Piano Console MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
S Evereti ALLEGRO ,OTOR HOMES
Mahgoany.good S.5l's "r...: P)rt-
condition. $400.00 j - '.or,.er
904-220-7886 -l:r.,J H .l', H J( ".. J
--1.800 541 -6139
VINTAGE PIANO-------- 1
Rare 1911. Vase & Sons Champion Ullia Slar ia
Mohagony Upright. 1988, 454 Chevy, 6.5kw,
Excellent Condition Onon gen., 13" TV, 2AC
and Sound. Will Help Move. units, LP gas heater,
$1,400-OBO Call- 282-6466 new AC frig. Sell as is.
Call (904) 610-3573

.28! n Older. Good Con
$28 0004.
Coolk Lofted Barn w/attic Kathy 904-284-0047
storage, 12'x32' has 2
windows w/ ventilation J DAMON DAYBREAK
fans, shingled roof, dbl 1997 $21.000. 454 Chevy
doors, wired 110V, unit v o Engine. Queensized
s B months old $5500. IslandBed w/storage.
Macclenny 904259-9352 No Pets, No Smoker. TV w
Cooection. 38k miles. Exc.
$21,0ti - 282-9745
SDamon Daybreak
SChevy eng ine Wide




rifleso hant g9n, 45
SFishing Rod and reets Body Rec rea tn
$25.00 Assorted vehicle, excellent condl-
Anchors downriggers tion, 38K miles, no pets,
$25.00 each. Bows and no smoking, queensize
Arrows $10.00 island bed with storage,
Call 912-678-7694 TV with connection
Oak Gun Cabinet, holds 6 1,000 o282-95Middle-
rifles, hand gun and bugFlrd.
amno storage in bottom, Fleetwood Prowleir37' 5th
glass etched w/white tail wheel '04 - 4 slideouts,
buck, new Jan. '07 pay off, 904-225-2716
$300bo. iMocclenny FL
904-259-9352 FLEETWOOD
- WILDERNESS
Old Mixture of Golf 25' 2005 Loaded, Like
Clubs and bag! Must New, 6'Slide out, 18'
0 Go! Please take off my Awning, Must Go, T.O.P,
hands. Asking $25. Coll Keith 912-673-6303


KAWASKI KX-65 '06, lots
of extras, exc. shape,
$1500. 352-221-0731

TOMOS MOPED '95.
NOT RUNNING-
NEEDS POINTS.
CALL FOR
DETAILS. $400.00
CALL 260-6761
OR 316-4229

WILDWEST VIGILANTE -'04,
$38k, low mi, exc cond,
673-5614




2-MG Midgets, One
SRunning Ports or
Project car. Mon
Extras. Serous Offers.
Call Brad 616 1352



ACURA 3.2TL '03 Loaded w/i
leather, 29k miles 180,988
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877

SACURA TL '06
Navigation, CD,
sunroof. $32,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

AUDI A4 -'05, 3.0, White,
cabriolet, 22k mi, like
new, loaded, transfer-
rable no charge maint &
warr. $39,800. 997-6938

A AUDI A4 QUATTRO
$21,995
Volkswagen of Orange
Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

AUDI AsL ,:)A :. : :
TOM .BUSH 11INI 1P1 4'-'




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2006 BMW 325CI
ONLY 16K MILES
I,30995

2005 BMW 3251 ONE
OWNER 208995
7006 BMW 330C IC
ONLY 1K
MILES 145995
2006 BMW 330CI i3a8995
LOW MILES VERY
CLEAN
20u3 BMW J32l .23495
2002 BM.1W 325C IC
$27995
2001 BMW l321 i26995




SBMW 3751 05 Coupe
2iK miles. 25 890
998 0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SBMW 3251 04
Blue non. i.49-)
9r 8.0012
LE.US OF JACKSONVILLE

BUICK REGAL GS '062 :...
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877


BMW 325i '05
Sedan. Ex Low Mi,
Fully Eqpt. $26,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW 325i '06 Extra
low miles. $32,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
�y BMW 330Ci '04
Convertible. Extra
low miles. $32,660
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y I BMW 5251 '06
White tan, like new
$37,990. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, BMW 7351985
Leather, sunroof, fully
loaded, tinted windows,
greet condition, runs
great, new transmission,
new radiator. Call 241-5394
SBUICK LESABRE
'04. Leather, CD,
fully equip $12,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC DEVILLE '03
Only 25k miles,
xtra clean. SAVE
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877





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TOMt BUSH MINI 31 1677
CHEVY COBALT '06 LST
TOM BUSH MINI 3711 817
CHEVY HHR '06
f 117995
998.0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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CHRYLSER PT LEXUS LS400 '99 NISSAN 350Z CONVT '05
CRUISER Limited "R" '03. CD, nvi- "LOADED" DEEP (904) 226-0520 - MERCURY GR like new $29,988
'05. $14,990 gation, sunrf, 20" CKPAINT, MARQUIS '03 Lthr TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE chrome whis$30,990 $36,995 LEXUS SC400- '96. luxury CD, fully equipped.
-------------- L 998-0012 Volkswagen of Orange Park loaded, , AT.Ithr, sun- $12,995 998-0012 Nissan Altima GXE '98
CHRYSLER 300'05 LEXIS OF JACKSONVILLE 1481 Wells Road 269-2603 roof, CD, + all pwr Opt LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE all pwr, 92K miles,
Touring. 2 to Owner 904-733-2953 $6,995 _ block, $4199. 904-710-0362
choose. $20,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD, beautiful.2$33,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 895NnR Pud d tl' -. SATURN OF ORANGE PARK

CRUISER d/OndoFI 407339-3443 8105BlandingBlvd. 779-0071
LTes'.$16,9Only 2000 ACURA OF ORANGE PARK BOARD FORD *1; l.l1 1:4i SATURN OF REGENCY
998-0012 7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600 St Augusline 353-6797 8 .' OF REE N CY
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE id s0s Super Duty Headquarters MATHENY LAND ROVER 6 Alontic Blvd. 725-8200
CHRYSLER 300C '06 HEM,
NAv, sunroof , like new $24,0 PAULCARK 11211 AtlnticBlvd 642-1500
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877 KEY AUDI PAUL MR
CHRYSLER SEBRING FORD-MERCURY
CONVTT'97 J V 4660-100SouhdeBvd 5654000 FORDMERCURY SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
TOM BUSH MINI37 47729ee 225-3673 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1o80 anfic Blvd 641-6455
. CHRYSLER SEBRING : : L fd GARBER FORD-MERCURY 10259 Atlantic Blvd 721-5000 00I '
1997. Ceonlvertible.Vervy Green Cove Springs 264-4502 |f
AFM cAss etteRuns BENTLEY - ORLANDO Grl[n ]nSiHiDF'liJt
Great! Must See! 339-1885. 895 N Ronald Rea Blv MIKE SRHAD FORD F U K AN S

S.Ongwood/O.ando Fl . 3393443 At The AVees 4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100 1285 Cassat Ave. 3897700
co,,: .. - . '.... 10720 PhiipsHwy 904-292-3325
ing$ 24 ' ": : .. 10720 Philips Hwy 904-292-3325 GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY CITY SUZUKI
DODGE STRATUS '01 MIKE DAVIDSON FORD 7447 Blandin Blvd. 777-3000 10585 Atanc Blvd 998-7111
R/T, green, 68k miles $79088744700
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877 TOM BUSH BMW AT REGENCY Ki vwwwcityautomotive com
FORD ASPIRE 1995, 9850 Allantic Blvd. 725-0911 9650 antic Blvd. 725-3060
.ros great, 38 MPG,ira
ColdAir, New Tires, 5 6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500AD FORD LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Speed, Asking $1990.00 MIKE SHAD FORD LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Call 912-882-6444
FORD CROWN VIC '03 T .E M OF ORANGE PARK www.lousoacksonville.com ARLINGTON TOYOTA
white, 30k mi les TO1OT1A998-9992
ik e 2,I31480 GARBER BUICK 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673 11650 BEACH 998-9992 10939Atantic Bld. 302-6762
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877 1 GABE .UI
FORD t.MUSTANG O GT '03 Green Cove Springs 264-4502 -1', " T COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
TO4-M% BUSH p r M. COGGINITOYOTA-KYENUUS
u6O BUSH otBNi ,6 N ,C NKEY BUICK TIACGMC TOM BUSH MAZDA 10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
FORDO T 4660ouhsideBlvd. 642-6060 IN p9850AtlanicBlvd 7250911 KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
T.. 4, .:an.3 IMAZDIA CITY 6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100
F .". ... COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
.................. " : ':":' ' 69160BlandingaBl'vd 779-0600 UGHTHOUSE TOYOTA

FORD TAURUS CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLPAC 9201 AMC T.2995U. 6916 dBd T 9. 1 Sou00 h SGHt. Aug.
SEL '06. Leather, 4700 Souhside Blvd. 642-5111 GARBER GMC TRUCKS 800-6224888 or 904-797-8800
CD. sunroof $13,840MERCE Dl' S 806B3 8 90
998 oo,12NIMNICHT CADILLAC Green Cove �ns 264-02E PALMER TOYOTA
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 7999 Blending Bvd 7787700 BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. ERNIEPMERTOYTA
FORDTAURU PARKERCADILLACHONDAON I 10231AtlanticBlvd. 724-1080
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COGNC. E, OF ST, AUGUSTINE 9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911 1481 Wells Road 269-2603
SHONA AC COGGINCHEVYAVENUES 2898u.s.H . IS. 1-800456-1689 ' O'STEEN VW
HONDA ACCORD 10880PhilipsHwy. 260-7777 MI 'T I -. ' 1 Philis, 3225100
EX COUPE 04 HONDA 1140 Philips Hwy 322-5100
Spoiler, SR f16,480 CREST CHEVROLETTOM BUSH VW
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 8281 MerrillRd. 721-1880 OF THE AVENUES CITY MITSUBISHI 9850Atlantic Blvd 725-0911
-..,. .... GARBER CHEVY 11333PhillipsHwy. 370-1300 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
HOND..... ,, Green Cove Springs 264-4502 LUCAS HONDA OF JAX ww otonve c

3HONDA CIVIC o0 GORDON CHEV 780 ndnBd 2692277 CITY MITSUBISHI 'STEEN l
34.000 mi ' .98 i166 Blanding Blvd 272-2200 of ORANGE PARKTEEN VOLV
LEX US OF JACKSONVILLE JERRY HAMM CHEV HYUNDAI 7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100ip Hwy
HONDA CIVIC E X'02 .... 2600Phiips Hwy 3983036 www.ciyautomotive.com
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TOM BUSH MINI I11. 7 Of ORANGE PARKuuI CEV LET T
,,uzu AMIGO 99 PINEVIEW CHEVROLET 7600 Blanding Blvd. 899900 PROFESSIONAL
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TOM BUSH MINI 31 407 KEY HYUNDAI COGGINNISSAN-ATLANTIC AUTO LEASING
" ':'..... "-':..:; . GEORGE MOORE CHEV 4660Soutside Blvd. 642-6060 10600 ntic Blv 6427900 AUTO LEASING-1694
S. 711 Beach Blvd 2498282 . I1_! ;al[ i COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES 722-1694

Nov., CD, unroof . 1550CassatAve. 3874041 ATLANTIC INFINITE M SESHADNISSANOF JAX
Beaulul 3.16___80 10980AlanticBlvd. 642-0200 1810CassatAve. 389-3621 i
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE . .Ml , PARKER NISSAN

ATLANTIC CHRYSLER CITY ISIiZU 2755U.S 1 South,StAug 904-7949990 BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
2330 US1 South 354-4421 10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111 MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP wwwbeachblvdatootive.co

CARUSO CHRYSLER www.dyautomoivecom 1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400 6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
1750 Souhside Blvd. 7257300 ; - BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

FRANK GRIFFIN MATHENY JAGUAR COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER

Chrysler of Orange Park 11211 Atlanic Blvd. 642-1500 9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310 10211 Aolantic Blvd. 724-1080
1515 ells Rd. 269-1033 GARBER PONTIAC Lexus of Jacksonville

GARBER CHRYSLER ATLANTIC JEEP Green Cove Springs 264-4502
Green Cove Springs 2642416 2330 US 1 South 3544421 NIMNICHT PONTIAC - GMC Pre-Owned Center

MIKESHAD CARUSO JEEP 11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826 10384 Atlonfic Blvd. 998-0012

CHRYSLER JEEP 1750 SousideBlvd. 7257300 Tom Bush BMW
1736 Ca-sot Ai 380-7792 FRANK GRIFFIN I* ,8-M ooTo QAonSc Bs B 371-a1

RICK KEFFER Jeep of Orange Park BRUMS MOTOR n toplex
195 ,, 2 FT, Bh15150w e Pd 2 .,1033 CARS INC. Tom Bush Autoplex
S,)i- 228.4- MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP 1ijA,0 iarBid -25.Q 1 s5 Atn: 1n.d :ni

'SmJri ON CASSAT F.T WARREN MOTORS, INC.
ATLANTIC DODGE Ca./. 1 J "".' bL t * 33E,. Sti-k' ? 5.:.i,
30 LS1 SouthLA 3 D 2 RICK KEFFER ROLLS ROYCE - ORLANDO
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SGARBER DODGE TRUCK C0tlaO GIN KKi v IA JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER
Gr- Gn Co vSprings 264 2416 BlId 3 1 T A

ORANGE PARK DODGE AY CARTER KIA IMNICHT SAAB JEEP DODGE
ION FEATURES: 2333Bland.r.g Bid 755O 6073BlardngBid BiA1 3 - ( n.mr j ', 1'A LW N
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. WESTSIDE DODGE ATURN OF AVENUES . ,:,a..

16i72 Cao3 A.. i84.C6561 LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO 10863 Philips Hwy. 262.7145 i . .ACH BLVD '8o0vQ2
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Trek Fuel Full
Suspension Mountain
Bike, Rock Shox front
shock, Hayes Disc
brakes, Shimano Deore LX,
$700.00 Call John: 307-5841
SWomen's Trek 2100
Carbon Race Bike
includes helmet, four
ierseys, shoes, less
than 300 miles, $500.00 Call
John: 307-5841



S30 GAL. FISH TANK
with 2 Lg Gold Fish
ond accessories $60.
Yulee 904-294-7033
AFGHAN Mix to Yorkie.
Beagle, Chaweenie, Chi-
huahuo, Cocker, Dachs-
hund-Smooth & WH,
Lhasapoo, Maltese, mini
Schnauzer, Yorkie.
Little Paws 904-291-2121
American Pit Bull Pups
blue & white UKC reg.
$500. 904509-0002
BEAGLES PUPS
$1 50, shots & wormed
912-276-4809
Bichon Frise adorable
white powder puffs, AKC,
8wks, $550. 727-726-4249
Beagles to Yorkies
Y . Big Puppy Sale v
$499-UP
over 40 to choose
Boxers, Doxies,
Poms, Puggles.
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
Boxers ACA Pups Sire ch.
bred, fawn w/white $750
ready 4/22. 904-226-1045


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D BAJA 200 CC
DIRT BIKE 2007
Ridden 3 times, $1200
OBO 542-2445 x-118
4 Buell XB9R Firebolt
2005 Mint Condition.
aNever seen rain. 960
Miles, $8500 242-8345
4 CRUISER 250. CC 2005
S New Only 90 Miles.
Loaded Compare
Virago 12,000 Mile
Warranty Illness forces sale
$2500. 904.-37-5672
Harley Davidson
XLH8B3 Sportster 2003,
k 3750 mi, custom
wheels, seat, extra
chrome, garaged keptl.
Great Condition, $6,200
Call 568-9653
Kawasaki Vulcan 1500
Classic '04 11k mi, exc
cond, $4750 (904)699-6581










NISSAN MAXIMA
'04. 3.5SL, leather,
sunroof, CD. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NIS SA N Palhfinderr
1999, 4WD, I either,
S Bose, Audio, Sunro0 f,
STow Pkg, Roof Rock,
Running Boards, PWI/PL,
S9.00 OBO. .149-69757
NISSAN SENTRA '06
Auto, only 12k miles,
like new $14.,588
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
Olds Cutless '95 V6 great
c ac i , private individual
$3500. Call 90.1-398-2128
P ont Grand AM SE V6
2005, AT, PS, PW,
Cruise, Gold, 0 .12K, 4 Dr
Sedoan. 12,000
9014 7517037
PONTIAC
GRAND AM 1997,
greol cod1 ition
cloth interior, 162K
nli, CD, -1 DR, V6, gold,
cold oc $2500 CaIl
904-881-0553
PONTIAC SUNFIRE '05
2dr, red, 27k miles,
like new S11.288
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
PONTIAC GRAND AM SE
'03 V6, loaiIdd, 3/k miles,
extra onico S11,988
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
PONTIAC VIBE '03
Red. only26k miles SAVE
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877




F= C-7 F=;1r--" E=
'04 AUDI A8L
Quattro. Silver
$29,000
'04 JAGUAR XJ8
Low miles, fact warr
$31,900
'06 BMW 325i
Silver, factory
warranty
$29,900
'05 BMW 325Ci
Convert. A/T, white
$29,900
'04 INFINITI
FX35
$29,900
'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
$15,900
'04 BMW 325Xi
Nov. Stick, SR.
$24,900
'05 ACURA TL
White, tact warr.
. $27,900
'04 CHRYSLER
SEBRING
Convert. Only 20K
$12,900
'04 JEEP
LIBERTY
LowMiles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
'05 MINI
COOPER
Convertible, Red
$23,900
'06 SCION XB
Black
$13,900
'06 INFINITE
G35
Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER
$27,900


7 SATURN L300 '03
Suhroof, CD, gas
saver. $9490
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
f \ SCION tc '06. Fully
equip, Ithr. $16,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SSCION xB '06. Only
9 15,000 miles. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SSUBARU Outback 1998
all-wheel drive 98,00
miles. Good condition,
Mant. records, new
tires, A/C. Auto very reli-
able. S5995 904-874-5542
TOYOTA
COROLLA 2005,
A/C Automatic,
power w, power
doors, spoiler, sport
package, 6 discs, silver,
beautiful, perfect
condition. $13,900
Call 772-7795 or 803-6617
(y TOYOTA
9COROLLA '05. Only
30K miles. $12,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA CAMRY LE '04
Low miles, extra nice $14,988
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877





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2001 VW BEETLE
GLX "MANAGERS
SPECIAL" $11995
2004 VW BEETLE GL
"i .aOAE" $15'995


TOYOTA CAMRY
HYBRID '07 $26,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA MARIX 2005
514, 300 Sunroof, '6 CD,
|New Tires, Fully
Equipped. This must
sell ransferring. Excel-
lent Condition. 838-6562
TOYOTA PRIUS '05 SAVE
ON GAS TODAY S20,988
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
VOLVO XC90 T6 '03
Silver, 50k miles, nice 525,980
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
VW BEETLE '04
CConvert GLS Turbo
Cd changer 520,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SVW BEETLE '05
- Gray, AT, like new,
only 14K mi. $20,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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* ALL
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and
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21,000 miles. $29,990


C VOUS '03
Low Miles, Very
Clean, $14,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
CHEVY AVALANCHE '05
LT, sunroof, Ithr,
awesome S24,588
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
CHEVY AVA-
LANCHE '03
ONLY 25K MILES,
ONE OWNER, $20,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
CHEVY BLAZER '02
4dr, loaded, V6, sharp $6988
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
CHEVY IMPALA LS'03
white, 40k mi, sharp $12,78B
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
CHEVY TAHOE LT
'04. White/tan.
$22,640 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY TAHOE 02'
64K Leather, power
� l everything, lifted, 33's,
E Entertain system,
infinity speakers kicker
subs, 522,500 OBO 272-3482
DODGE DURANGO '03
SLT, V8, xtro clean 514,9088
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877


CHEVY TAHOE LT
'07. Champ/tan Ithr,
beautiful $34,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER
PACIFICA '04
OWNER, ENT.
SYSTEM & MUCH
MORE $14,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
� DODGE RAM 1500
HEMI Crew Cab
'05. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE RAM 2005,
1500 Off Road Package,
Loaded, Like New,
many extras, 20 K
Miles, T.O.P.
Call Keith 912-673-6703
FORD ESCAPE '05 XLT,
sunroof, xtra clean 513,588
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
Ford Explorer 1994, cd
S2400. 941 Aerostar Cargo
Van S850. 864-4774.
FORD EXPLORER '99,
2dr sport, auto, cold AC,
mechanically in good
cond., $3600 abo. 647-6950
FORD EXPEDITION '02
Loaded, leather, block,
Nice, S14,988
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
SFORD F150 2000
Pickup, 78,000 Miles,
1red, long bed, chrome
wheels, pioneer stereo,
Call 904-294-8875
�y FORD F150
LARIAT '05. DVD
only 22,000 miles
$23,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD F150 '06 only, 3k
miles, like new S14,288
TOM BUSH MINI 371-4877
FORD F150 '00
Crew Cob, Only S8,995
Volkswagen of Orange
Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
L FORD F-150 S-CAB
2003 4x4N8 Black
Loaded, Alarm, Sun-
roof, In-Dash DVD,
Toolbox, Tint, Runboards.
519,500 OBO 904-463-7605
Isuzu'00 NPH Diesel, AT,
AC, 48K mi, 14' Box
$15,500 abo. 904-463-3925
ISLAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'05. Like new, fully
equipped. $52,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
(7 NISSAN
9 FRONTIER '06 4dr.
fully equip. $21,740
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A4 NISSAN
PATHFINDER 2002.
S V6. Exc. Cond. No
Accidents. 76K. Tinted
Win. $10,300. Pics avail.
850-445-6054.
(7 NISSAN
PATHFINDER 06
Like new. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


The Mirror


Nissan Pathfinder "92
69K nice, clean, AC, ste-
reo, new tires, S4500
904-714-7077/ 662-6801
, NISSAN TRUCK,
1985 4-wheel drive,
5-speed, runs good,
big mud tires,
needs exhaust, $1000
OBO, George 657-1076
q7 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
Fully equipped,
TRD pkg. $28,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4, TOYOTA Highlander
2003.Limited. All
1 Power V6. Leather
t' seats. Moonroof, step-
bars Michellin tires. 6 CD.
$18,999 OBO 291-6996.
TOYOTA TUNDRA
'05
XS-P PACKAGE 4X4,
LOW MILES $25,995
Volkswagen of Orange Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603


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TOYOTA TUNDRA
'05
V QUAD CAB, S23,995
Volkswagen of Orange
Park
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
3 TOYTOA TUNDRA
LTD '03. Fully
equipped. $16,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


DODGE Caravan
1995, White,
tl\ fRebuilt, AT, V6,
Cold Air, Exc.
Tires. Looks & Drives
great $2295. 268-24B2


CHEVY 510 '97, AC, 5/S
tool box, good'tires, exc.
mpg. $1800010. 305-0306
JEEPCHEROKEE
Larado '92 4X4 S2000.
Call 716-0604


4 Bed Extender for 2002
Ford Ranger Edge
P ick up. Never Used.
$100. Call 912-576-3130
Chrome Wheel Tire
Pkg. 24X10 Devion
Gorilla Logs.
Kuhmo tires
52000 OBO. Dale 773-3890
4, Leer Topper Silver
Over the Rail Fits 1997
to 2003 F150 short bed
sliver with clamps,
$400 728-8669
Two Ton hydraulic
engine hoist.
Brand New. Never
used. Folds for easy
storage. $175.00 OBO.
542-3170 Ex 128 or 318-4710



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Must See!

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THE W weekly Crossw ord By.AlanP. OlshwangHunlingto Beach, CA


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5 Alpha follower
9 Snapshot
14 Laptop image
15 Dictator Idi
16 Brief summation
17 Start of Evan Esar
quote
20 Conclude
21 Take into custody
22 Light gas
23 Mentalist Geller
24 Makes joyous
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32 Mimicked
33 Stitched together
34 Open spot
39 Staircase post
41 Muscle spasm
42 English dynasty
43 Special edition
44 Banned orchard spray
46 Male sheep
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50 Donal of "The Dead"
54 Rebuke of disgust
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