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Title: Mirror (Mayport, FL)
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Publication Date: January 25, 2007
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Shed Those
Holiday Pounds
The Mayport MWR Navy
Fitness staff will hold a Post
Holiday Meltdown on Jan.
26 at the Gymnasium start-
ing at 6 a.m. at the basket-
ball courts
The meltdown is a class
designed to burn all the
excess calories you ate over
the holidays in one exercise
session. It's a team taught
class lead by all the fit-
ness trainers and involves
many different group exer-
cise venues. The gym class
is opened to all commands
and usually lasts up to two
hours.


Get Free Tax
Help With VITA
The Naval Station
Mayport Tax Center is open.
NS Mayport Tax Center
provides free tax preparation
services through a program
called VITA (Voluntary
Income Tax Assistance).
VITA is the only free tax
preparation service on
base. VITA E-files almost
all returns, ensuring fast
refunds.
Who is eligible for free
tax preparation through
VITA?
*all active-duty service
members and their depen-
dents
*all retirees and their
dependents
*reservists on active duty
for more than 30 days
*reservists within 30 days
of demobilization
*and reservists involved in
pre-mobilization
What to bring to the Tax
Center:
*all 2006 W-2s and 1099s
*copies of social security
cards
taxpayers() military ID
cards
*and any other tax records
that might be relevant,
including copies of 2005 tax
returns if available
Couples wishing to file
joint returns should come to
the Tax Center together. If
a spouse is unavailable, the
spouse preparing the return
will need to bring an IRS
Power of Attorney (Form
2848 available at www.irs.
gov) A general power of
attorney from the base legal
office will not suffice.
The Center will be locat-
ed at Building 1363. Hours
of operation will be: 8:30
a.m.-4 p.m. on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday; 9
a.m.-6 p.m. on Tuesday and
Thursday and Saturdays by
appointment only. For more
information, call 270-5139
or 5342.

Renew Vehicle
Decals Online
DoD military personnel,
family members, civilian
employees, contractors, and
retirees will be able to renew
expiring DoD vehicle decals
online.
The steps to renew-
ing online are simple.
Go to: https://www.
pid.cni.navy.mil/form2.
asp?Region=CNRSE to
access the Vehicle Decal
Renewal Request Form.
Select "Before You Begin"
to get a list of the documents
you will need.


Naval Station Mayport


Names Top Civilians


-Photos by Bill Austin
Above, NS Mayport CO, Capt. Charles King congrates base
Supervisor of the Year, golf pro Jon Fine, middle, and other nomi-
nees Beth-Ann Perry, left, and Janice Rand during the annu-
al Employee/Supervisor of the Year luncheon at Ocean Breeze
Conference Center on Jan. 17. Below, King congratulates base
Wildlife Officer Art Burt on his selection as Employee of the Year.


By Bill Austin
Staff
Hard work and dedication
was recognized with firm hand-
shakes and plaques at the civil-
ian of the quarter and supervisor
of the year luncheon on Jan. 17
at the Ocean Breeze Conference
Center.
"We simply have the best
civilian employees here on sta-
tion and it's very important that
we recognize the hard work
they contribute every day," said
MWR's Sandra Barrett, who
organizes the event.
Station Game Warden Art
Burt and Golf Course Manager
Jon Fine took top honors as
Employee of the Quarter,
Employee of the Year, and
Supervisor of the Year respec-
tively.
Burt received both the quar-
ter and employee of the year
award for outstanding achieve-
ment in his duties and response
to numerous animal incidents
and his handling and protec-
tion of the stations highly rec-


ognized sea turtle program.
Additionally, his wildlife train-
ing program and volunteer work
in the refurbishment of build-
ing 1591 was noted. "It feels
real nice to be recognized," said
Burt. "I've been working on sta-
tion for more than 25 years and
this really is special."
Golf pro Jon Fine's selection
as Supervisor of the Year was
the result of the management
of one of the highest rated golf
courses in North Florida and the
exceptional hands on financial
and operational management
of Bogey's. Additionally, Fine
broke financial records for both
operations maintaining a huge
profit and world class service.
"Congratulations and well
done to Art Burt and Jon Fine
but the same congratulations
and well done goes to all the
nominees for the quarter, year
and every supervisor on the sta-
tion," said Capt. Charles King,
Commanding officer of Naval
Station Mayport. "Art and Jon
were selected because of their


efforts and more importantly
the support of their departments
that created the opportunities
for them to succeed. This is not
an easy selection process for the
Partnership Counsel because
everyone at Naval Station
Mayport provides critical sup-
port to the war fighter.
"Our civilian team is vital
to every aspect of our mission
here and the work ethic these
folks bring to our base every
day is very much appreciated,"
King said.
Employee of the Quarter
Nominees:
Anna Young
Charles Rusbridge
Veronica Mandez
Vonzina Johnson
Employee of the Year
Nominees
1st Quarter Jane Clark
2nd Quarter Toni Stokes
Supervisor of the Year
Nominees
Werner Schrenk
Janice Rand
Beth-Ann Perry


Armed Forces Soccer


-Photo by MCSN Patrick J. Cook


Above, Soccer players com- rn
peting in the Armed Forces "
Soccer Championship bow -
their heads in prayer dur-
ing the tournaments opening
ceremony on Jan. 17. The
tournament matches the best
players from each branch
of the military against each
other in a double round-
robin showdown. Right,
Sailors playing for the All-
Navy soccer team stand at
attention as Naval Station
Mayport Commanding
Officer Capt. Charles P King -
salutes the ensign during the /
opening ceremonies.


-Photo by MC2 Elizabeth Williams
Father Dan Devore, center, with Ailine Zwarycz and Deacon
Dennis J. O'Neil of Holy Family by the Sea Chapel.


Base Welcomes


New Chaplain


By MC2
Elizabeth Williams
Staff
Father Dan Devore will be the
newest edition to Naval Station
Mayport's Holy Family by the
Sea Chapel.
Originally from the Diocese
out of Bridgeport, Conn., Father
Dan, a Roman Catholic priest,
was ordained on May 5, 1979,
in St. Augustine Cathedral. As
well as working on board Naval
Station Mayport, Father Dan
also works as a Chaplain down-
town at Baptist Medical Center.
While working at Holy
Chapel by the Sea, Father Dan
said he is looking forward to
serving the Navy personnel on
the base, as well as the extended
members of the community. His
goal while he is here is to pro-
vide religious education to new


and disenfranchised members
of the Catholic faith.
"The Catholic Church is a big
ship and there is room for all
kinds of people, but like any
organization there are rules.
Sometimes people misinterpret
them, and I am here to help
people, especially those who are
looking," says Father Dan.
"Working with the military is
no different than working with
the civilian community there
are people looking to get in
touch with God; they just have
different jobs."
Father Dan will be available
on Friday from 9 a.m. through
2 p.m., and will serve Mass at
11:30 a.m. On Sundays, Father
Dan will hold Confession from
8-9 a.m., and give a Eucharist
Mass at 10 a.m.


New System Affects CNRSE Employees
By Corey Schultz quarter-century." ing those job objectives. It will service will not change, such as NSPS requires vast-
CNRSEPublic,;.. The new personnel system is allow managers to identify and merit system principles, veter- ly improved communica-
Seventy Navy Region a major overhaul of manager directly reward high-performing ans' preference, whistleblower tion between supervisors and
Southeast employees in the and supervisor's responsibili- employees, protections, anti-discrimination employees.
Human Resources Office, ties. "It's designed to provide What does this mean and how laws, allowances for travel/sub- Employees and manag-
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JcaJksonville and Commander
Navy Region Southeast
Department transitioned to
the new National Security
Personnel System (NSPS) on
Jan. 21 as part of the "Spiral
1.2" transition.
"The Department of
Defense's Personnel System is
being modernized to provide a
new flexibility in the way that
civilians are being hired, pro-
moted, and assigned," former
Secretary of Defense Donald
H. Rumsfeld noted. Rumsfeld
described NSPS as "the most
ambitious reform of its kind in a


more flexibility to managers
and employees," said Deputy
Equal Employment Opportunity
for Navy Region Southeast
Junarion Hubbard.
NSPS is a system that will
link pay, performance and mis-
sion accomplishment. It will
allow managers to develop
job objectives directly linked
to CNIC's strategic goals.
Managers will quantify for
their employees exactly what
they need to do to support
accomplishing those goals.
Employees will have a major
participatory role in develop-


W aeill eImpWIiI)Ioyees:
Certain features of federal


s s ence expenses an ene s
on retirement, health, life, etc.


See System, Page 12


Questions On NSPS? Check Web Site!


By Corey Schultz
CNRSE Public, ;,
As Navy Region Southeast
Human Resources civilians
transition to the National
Security Personnel System
(NSPS), DoD has provided a
Web site to ensure that affected
employees have ready access
to information about NSPS. A
compendium of information


may be found at: www.cpms.
osd.mil/nsps/.
"The NSPS Web site has
a lot of valuable information
for the HR employees who
are transitioning to NSPS,"
said Juanita Holley, Operation
Program Manager for Navy
Region Southeast Human
Resources Department. "DOD
civilian employees who want


to know the latest information
on NSPS are encouraged to
review the site."
The main article on the
NSPS home page (www.
cpms.osd.mil/nsps) discuss-
es the release of 2007 NSPS
pay information. Also updat-
ed are the Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQs) at: www.
See Questions, Page 13


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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007

flredo Corner


This week is Healthy Weight
week, an annual observance
that focuses attention on the
importance of staying at a
healthy weight. For some of
us, the holiday season packed
on extra pounds, but there is a
solution. Tomorrow, Mayport
MWR Navy Fitness staff will
hold a Post Holiday meltdown
at the Base Gym at 6 a.m. The
class is designed to bum all the
excess calories you ate over the
holidays in one exercise ses-
sion. So those of you who need
to ramp up the routine to get
ready for the Spring PRT should
attend to make the process of
losing the weight that much eas-
ier. It's open to all commands


Capt. Charles King
and will last up to two hours.
Speaking of working out,
42 players from the Navy and
Coast Guard have been on sta-
tion burning calories and devel-
oping stamina for the past cou-
ple of weeks trying out for the


All-Navy men's soccer team.
Congratulations to ADAN
Cliff Browning of HSL-42,
MC3 Ian Elias of USS John F.
Kennedy, and Lt. Sam Tasker
of CENSECFOR Learning Site
Mayport for earning spots on
the team and giving it your best.
Last week, the team went on to
compete in the Armed Forces
Soccer Championship hosted
by Naval Station Mayport at
Patton Park. The tournament
went down to a double over-
time and shoot-out to select the
winning team. The U.S. Army
team came out on top over U.S.
Air Force, followed by Navy
and the U.S. Marine Corps. The
All-Stars from the services will


travel to Brazil tocompete in an
international tournament and
if they do well, will competein
the CISM World Championship
Event in India in October. Well
doneArmy. None of this would
have been possible without
the efforts of ourMWR and
Housing staffs, specifically John
Aimone, Rita Hammerstad, all
the folks at Ocean Breeze and
the Transient Quarters made
this event first class. They were
also supported by volunteers
from DESRON 40 who helped
at the ball fields. Thank you.
Wipe your brows first-class-
es, the Chief's exam is over.
Now it's time to encourage your
co-workers to begin studying


for the March exam. It will
come faster than you think,
so log onto Navy Knowledge
Online and prepare now.
Procrastination wont get you
advanced or put more bucks in
your bank account.
Congratulations to our
Civilian of the Year, Art Burt
and Jon Fine for his selection
as our Supervisor of the Year.
The talent and dedication these
two and all of civilians bring
to work each day is certainly
appreciated and never taken for
granted. Also, I want to con-
gratulate our Sailor of the Year,
AC1 Matthew Reak and all the
awardees during last week's
SOQ luncheon. All of you are


stand up Sailors who should be
proud of your accomplishments.
And as always thanks to
everyone for keeping this base
beautiful. Your efforts do not
go unrecognized, however, I
would ask everyone to take an
extra step these next few weeks
and pick up the trash you may
see by your car in your parking
lot or on the smoke deck during
breaks. This will greatly elimi-
nate the chances of trash being
blown across the base during
this tumultuous weather we
have had lately. Again, thanks
to you all, and keep those great
suggestions coming to charles.
p.king@navy.mil.


Street Talk



What do you want to accomplish during your time in the Navy?


GM2 A02 Julio Rodriguez
Edgardo Aponteramos HSM Weapons School
USS DeWert Atlantic
Get a degree in graphic arts To finish my degree in
and retire as a Senior Chief. financing and move up in the
ranks.


CTR3 Fawn Brady GS3 Oscar Bonilla
NS Mayport USS Vicksburg
Get my associate's degree Get a bachelor's degree.
and finish buying my house.


SN Charlene Clarke SN Aaron Tuttle
NS Mayport USS Roosevelt
I am getting out in March, Get bachelor's in law.
but I bought a house while I
was in.


Fleet Talk


By FORCM(SW/AW)
Hakim Diaz
Naval ..Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
New Year's Resolutions date
back as far as New Years cel-
ebrations, which were first cel-
ebrated 2000 years BC.
The ancient Romans are cred-
ited with the first recorded reso-
lutions around 180 years BC,
unfortunately the first recorded
broken resolution came around
179 BC and it was all down-
hill (particularly for the Roman
Empire) since then.
With the calendar turning to
a new year it is very tempting to
write out a laundry list of things
you wish to do better in the
new year: lose weight, exer-
cise more, work on a degree,

Gate Redo


FORCM Hakim Diaz


spend more time with family
and friends, save money, qualify
ESWS, etc.
These are all laudable goals,


Aims To


and more importantly they are
achievable goals if you go about
them realistically.
And for Sailors, there are
resources in your ship and on
the base that make any New
Year's resolution achievable.
From gyms, to financial coun-
selors to Navy Campus, the ship
and the base have most of the
tools you need to achieve any
goal you might set for yourself.
My best advice to anyone
would be to make plans to
improve your life a year-round
effort.
The beginning of a New Year
is the great time to look down
the road and see what improve-
ments in your life you would


like to make. However, I would
challenge you to make this more
than a 2007 thing, but rather
to assess where you think you
would like to be in several years
and set the wheels into motion
to make that happen.
Does this require the setting
of long-term and short term
goals?
Most certainly. But what
it may require is a change in
your attitudes to ensure that you
reach your goals. A short-term
goal of losing 10 pounds can get
you towards a long-term goal
of being healthier, but you will
need the discipline and desire to
make that happen far more than
you need a short term goal to


lose a certain amount of weight
in a certain amount of time.
If you don't lose that 10
pounds as quickly or as easily
as you would like, do you have
the discipline to see it through,
or is it back to your old habits?
Once you have set the future
goal, the next step is drafting a
roadmap or plan to get there.
I have found that this is where
a strong mentor has been most
valuable. When I have suc-
ceeded in sticking to a plan, it
was usually because my mentor
had helped me draft a realistic,
flexible, achievable plan.
To paraphrase an old quote,
it is definitely foolhardy to do
the same things and expect new


results. So if what you have
done in the past has not pro-
duced the desired results, what
are you willing to do to achieve
success this time?
I would encourage you to
stick with whatever path you
have just started, realizing that
the New Year's resolution is
nothing but a starting point.
The path to success is actu-
ally hundreds of tiny steps that
you will take to throughout the
year. Hopefully by this time
next year you won't need any
New Year's Resolution, because
you will have embarked on a
lifelong plan to improve and
maintain success in all areas of
your life.


Shorten Traffic Lines


By Patrick Lackey
S .. ; :& Solutions, LLC
Changes are underway to
Gate 5 that will allow for short-
er lines during the morning
rush.
Construction will begin this
month on a new Commercial
Vehicle Entrance. The new gate
will be located south of Gate 5
and accessed from A1A.
All commercial vehicles
should use the new gate begin-
ning March 2007. Commercial
vehicles will still proceed to
Building 48A for inspection
once cleared by security person-
nel.
Upon completion of the new
Commercial Vehicle Entrance,
construction will commence on
the new Gate 5. Gate 5 will be
reconfigured to support three
incoming lanes and one outgo-
ing lane, versus the current con-
figuration of one incoming and
one outgoing lane.
The three incoming lanes will
still be fed by a single turn lane
from A1A. Two lanes will be
designated for right-turn only,
with the remaining lane being
designated for left-turn only.
Construction on the new Gate
5 is expected to be complete
approximately August 2007.
Along with the change in
layout, other significant chang-
es will be taking place. The
method of security personnel
checking ID's by hand is being
replaced a system of automated
verification.
Personnel authorized to use
this gate will be issued creden-
tials that will allow them to
use the automated entry. Each
person will receive a Radio
Frequency Identification (RFID)
tag that will be attached to their
vehicle, much like the current
DoD decal is.
A Smart Card will also be
.issued, which each person car-
:ries and presents to gain entry.


Upon driving up to the gate, the
vehicle is automatically identi-
fied through the RFID tag. The
driver presents their Smart Card
to the reader that is located on
a pedestal. The system matches
the holder of the Smart Card to
the vehicle to which the RFID
tag is attached.
If the two credentials match,
the traffic light turns green and
a gate arm opens, allowing
access. Although the process
seems complicated, the pro-
cess takes only a few seconds
to complete. Security personnel
are still present at the gate if any
assistance is needed. Each ped-
estal also contains an intercom
that will allow communication
with security without having to
leave your vehicle.
More than 1,000 personnel
are to be selected for participa-
tion in the program. These per-
sonnel will be selected accord-
ing to their work location on
base as well as their current use
of Gate 5.
Once the system has been
evaluated and found effective,
the base may choose to expand
the program to all base person-
nel. Only personnel participat-
ing in the program may use
Gate 5 for entry during the eval-
uation period.
All commercial vehicles will
enter through the Commercial
Vehicle Entrance and other base
personnel and visitors will uti-
lize another entry. Anyone may
use Gate 5 for egress.
Beginning in January, person-
nel will be notified of selection
for participation in the program.
Credentials will be issued at
Building 48A. A test reader is
located near Building 48A to
ensure that the credentials were
properly issued and allow for
familiarization of the user to the
gate entry process.


By Cmdr. Jon C. Fredrickson, CHC, USN
Director, Spiritual Fitness Division
Most of us do as we please. When we want to go, we go; when
we want to stay, we stay. We're accustomed to moving around
freely and never even think about it. We trust that a door will open
if we turn the knob and push. Unfortunately, we never appreciate
what we take for granted, and we are the less for it.
Before coming into the Navy as a Chaplain, I served for a short
period of time as a spiritual volunteer in a state prison in California.
In that jail every passageway was a maze of locks and doors.
Entrance to the chapel alone involved no less than ten different
stops where I had to empty my pockets and spread myself against
a wall and be searched. I didn't have to be there very long to get a
feel of what it meant to lose my freedom.
Once while attending a worship service there an inmate shared
with me that when he had been released from his first incarcera-
tion, he took a city bus to his grandmothers and as he boarded the
bus, he spent a few minutes walking back and forth across the pres-
sure plate causing the door to open and close.


Chapel Call
Command Chaplain:
Cmdr. Phil Wyrick
SUNDAY
Sunday School...................... 9 a.m.
Morning Worship............10:30 a.m.
Protestant Baptism.......As requested
TUESDAY
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)......
.....9:30 a.m .
(First and third Tuesday of the
month)
WEDNESDAY
Women's Bible Study........9:30 a.m.
Choir Rehearsal................7...7 p.m.
SATURDAY
Men's Prayer Breakfast..........9 a.m.
Youth Group 2, 4..................6 p.m.

Catholic Services:
Sunday Masses..................... 9 a.m.
CCD..............10:15 a.m.-11:15 a.m.

BAPTISMS
Please call 270-5212 to arrange a
Baptism class.
SERVICES
For shipboard and Waterfront
Services, call 270-5403. Personnel of
other faiths seeking contact with spe-
cific religious groups should call the
Chaplain's Office at 270-5212.


He was sure that many of the people on the bus thought him odd
and even were irritated that he was holding up their departure, but
he wanted to be the one who made the door open and close.
At the time he wondered how many times he had gotten on that
same bus, never even noticing the sheer joy of having the power to
move and go as he wanted. Having known the hell of doors that he
could not open himself, he now had an awareness that most of the
rest of us simply do not have.
All of us have times in our lives when we are trapped in vari-
ous types of prisons. These detentions can be financial, social,
physical, spiritual or emotional. Instead of just simply working to
survive these times, then forget our troubles and move on, we can
have the possibility of redemption.
If a hard road gives us a greater appreciation for easier travel,
then we are made the richer if we not only grow a greater pleasure
and indebtedness for any road we travel, but we are also given the
opportunity of helping someone else who we see has a rough jour-
ney themselves.


Naval Station Mayport
C apt. C harles K ing ............................................................................................. C om m ending O officer
C m d r. Jo hn Lo b b ...................................................................................................... Executive O officer
CM DCM Deborah Davidson ......................................................................... Com m and M aster Chief
Naval Station Mayport Editorial Staff
B ill A u stin ................. ............... ........................................................ P u b lic A ffa irs O office r
M C1 Sonja Cham bers ............................................................................ D deputy Public Affairs O officer
M CSN Bonnie W illiam s ....................................................................... Assistant Public Affairs O officer
P a ig e G n a n n ............................................................................................. .... ............................. E d ito r
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Credo Corner






THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007 3


On Base
Thursday, Jan. 25
The USS Vicksburg fam-
ily support group is hosting a
fundraising at Moe's Southwest
Grill from 5-8 p.m. on Atlantic
Boulevard near Girvin Road, in
front of Lowe's. You can eat in,
call in or pick up, but make sure
and mention you are there for
the fundraiser.
Friday, Feb. 2
The Naval Officers' Spouses
Association presents its 3rd
annual Wine and Dine at 6:30
p.m. at Bogey's at Windy
Harbor. Dinner will be prepared
by chef William Bowling and
wine will be provided by GOS
Wines. Cost is $35 per person,
which includes dinner, wine and
gratuity. To make a reservation,
call Patrice Kapcio at 372-9721.
Reservations must be paid by
Jan. 26. Space is limited to 90
reservations. Wine selections
will be available for purchase.
Thursday, Feb. 8
The USS Carney family read-
iness group will meet at 6:45
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Childcare will be pro-
vided.
Wednesday, Feb. 14
USS Taylor family readiness
group of is having a fundraiser
night at Ollie Koalas. Come
out and say you're there to sup-
port Taylor's family readiness
group and have a great time.

Out in Town
Thursday, Jan. 25
Macho Movie Night at the
Beaches Branch Library, 600
3rd St. Neptune Beach, The
Count of Monte Cristo at 5:30
p.m. For more information, call
241-1141.


Saturday, Jan. 27
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 3rd St. Neptune Beach,
will hold a Family Board Game
Day from 2-4:30 p.m. For more
information, call 241-1141.
"What Slithers At Talbot?"
is an interpretive program that
explores the snakes that are
native to Florida and live at
the Talbot Islands State Parks.
Join Ranger Brian and learn
how to identify the most com-
mon snakes, their habitat, and
their lifecycles. Discover why
these critters are important to
a healthy and balanced natural
community. This program will
take place at 1 p.m. at Pavilion
6 at Little Talbot Island State
Park. No reservations are nec-
essary and the program is free.
Non-campers will need to pay
the park entrance fee ($4 per
vehicle) to attend. Call the
Talbot Islands Ranger Station
(904-251-2320) for additional
information.
Tuesday, Jan. 30
The Atlantic Theatres Comedy
Club will host this years Relay
For Life Kick-Off event on
from 6-7 p.m. and the theme is
"Lights, Camera, Relay!". Get
ready for a movie-themed party
with a hint of purple! Bring
your families, friends, team
members and cancer survivors
to kick off the 2007 First Coast
Beaches Relay For Life event.
All that are interested are invit-
ed to attend! Please RSVP to
ashley.bizzarri@cancer.org by
Jan. 26. The 2007 Relay For
Life will be held from noon on
April 21st to 6 am on April 22nd
at Jarboe Park. The American
Cancer Society is in the process
of recruiting teams and/or com-
mittee members to participate in


C alendar
the First Coast Beaches Relay Bioscience,
For Life a unique community Fl. This prog
event that allows individuals who want to
from all walks of life to join in Florida's env
the fight against cancer. may receive
Wednesday, Jan. 31 continuing e
Duval County Extension Topics incl
Service will hold its pro- (marine, esti
gram "Good and Bad Guys uplands) ke
in the Landscape Natives & and the role
Invasives" from 1-3 p.m. at ing the enviro
Argyle Branch Library, 7973 ule includes
Old Middleburg Road. Learn stations, vide
to use native plants in the land- practical inter
scape and how to identify and registration is
control invasives. Hands-on fee is $200.
activity included. Seating is lim- www.masterr
ited. Call 387-8850 to register. Sun
The Duval County Extension The Beache
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave., Circle is ha'
will hold a "Florida Master ly get-toget
Naturalist" course. The module 521 North A
offered will be Coastal Systems Beach, where
by the University of Florida, the Purim m
Whitney Laboratory or Marine Jewish Wor
Bioscience, in St. Augustine, group desig
Fl. This program is for adults temporary Je
who want to learn more about goal of The
Florida's environment. Teachers is to unite a
may receive up to 40 hours of in the Beac
continuing education credits, exciting ev
Topics include: ecosystems ties. The
(marine, estuarine and coastal comprises w
uplands) key plants, wildlife affiliations
and the role of humans in shap- who join to
ing the environment. Each mod- Chabad uml
ule includes classroom presen- good time, 1
stations, videos, field trips and themes and
practical interpretation. Advance to create ar
registration is required. Course munity proj
fee is $200. To register go to mation on
www.mastematuralist.org. Purim is av
Friday, Feb. 2 ChabadBeact
The Duval County Extension more about
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave., Beaches Eve
will hold a "Florida Master the Beaches
Naturalist" course. The module email Beach,
offered will be Coastal Systems chabadbeache
by the University of Florida, Tue
Whitney Laboratory or Marine The Beach


in St. Augustine,
gram is for adults
learn more about
ironment. Teachers
up to 40 hours of
education credits.
ude: ecosystems
marine and coastal
y plants, wildlife
of humans in shap-
)nment. Each mod-
classroom presen-
os, field trips and
rpretation. Advance
s required. Course
To register go to
naturalist.org.
nday, Feb. 4
es Jewish Women's
ving their month-
her at 3 p.m. at
1IA, Ponte Vedra
e they will get into
ood. The Beaches
men's circle is a
ned for the con-
wish woman. The
Women's Circle
ill Jewish women
hes area through
ents and activi-
Woman's Circle
women of diverse
and backgrounds
gether under the
brella, to have a
to explore Jewish
to work together
id enhance com-
ects. More infor-
the Holiday of
available at www.
hes.com/Purim For
this or any other
;nt call Chabad @
s at 285-1588 or
esJewishWomen@
es.com.
sday,Feb. 6
es Branch Library,


600 3rd St. Neptune Beach,
will hold a AARP Tax -Aide
Income Tax Preparation Feb.
6- April 11, at 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
& Wednesday at 1-5 p.m. For
more information, call 241-
1141.
Wednesday, Feb. 7
The Duval County Extension
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.,
will hold a "Florida Master
Naturalist" course. The module
offered will be Coastal Systems
by the University of Florida,
Whitney Laboratory or Marine
Bioscience, in St. Augustine,
Fl. This program is for adults
who want to learn more about
Florida's environment. Teachers
may receive up to 40 hours of
continuing education credits.
Topics include: ecosystems
(marine, estuarine and coastal
uplands) key plants, wildlife
and the role of humans in shap-
ing the environment. Each mod-
ule includes classroom presen-
tations, videos, field trips and
practical interpretation. Advance
registration is required. Course
fee is $200. To register go to
www.masternaturalist.org.
Friday, Feb. 9
The Duval County Extension
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.,
will hold a "Florida Master
Naturalist" course. The module
offered will be Coastal Systems
by the University of Florida,
Whitney Laboratory or Marine
Bioscience, in St. Augustine,
Fl. This program is for adults
who want to learn more about
Florida's environment. Teachers
may receive up to 40 hours of
continuing education credits.
Topics include: ecosystems
(marine, estuarine and coastal
uplands) key plants, wildlife
and the role of humans in shap-


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Saturday, Feb. 10
The Catty Shack Ranch
Wildlife Sanctuary will hold
a Valentine's Day dinner.
The sanctuary is a non-profit
501(c)(3) sanctuary for exotic
felidae in N.E. Jacksonville, FL.
All proceeds from the monthly
open house events go directly
to benefit the lions, tigers, leop-
ards, cougars, serval and Artic
foxes. The sanctuary is not
open to the public on a daily
basis. Gates open at 4 p.m.; din-
ner is served 5 p.m. Must RSVP
757-3603 or email: Curt@cat-
tyshack.com. Cost is $25 per
person, includes sanctuary tour.
For details/directions: www.
cattyshack.org.
Monday, Feb. 12
The Beaches Branch Library,
600 3rd St. Neptune Beach, will
hold a Know Your Government
at 6-7 p.m. Do you know who
your City Councilman is? Who
is your representative in the
State? If you wanted to write
a letter to your US Senator, do
you know who it is? Come
and learn about those folks we
elected to work for us in local,
state and national government.
For more information, call 241-
1141.
Wednesday, Feb. 14
The Duval County Extension
Service, 1010 N. McDuff Ave.,
will hold a "Florida Master
Naturalist" course. The mod-
ule offered will be Coastal
Systems by the University of
Florida. Advance registration is
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4 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007

Preparing For Disaster



NBHC Mayport Drills To Test Readiness


By MCSN Patrick J. Cook
Naval . 1 >ortPubhc, --
The Naval Branch Health
Clinic Mayport hosted a five-
hour mass-casualty drill on
Jan. 19 to test the branch clinic,
as well as the core facility, in
disaster preparedness.
The clinic was forced to
respond completely in-house
to a factitious avian flu epi-
demic that caused 20 casualties
while the clinic was manned
at 50 percent due to the pan-
demic outbreak. Similar drills
were conducted by surround-
ing branch clinics and Naval
Hospital Jacksonville.
"During this training exercise
our staff has to have the mind-
set that a major accident could
happen at anytime," said Capt.
Cecil White Jr., head of dental
department. "I'm proud to be
part of a dedicated support staff
that works and trains daily to
provide the absolute best care
for our men and women in uni-
form."
During the care and treatment
for people suffering symptoms
of the flu, a simulated fire broke
out on NS Mayport-based USS
Vicksburg, bringing in help to
the scene of the accident from


the base fire department to
secure and extract the three vic-
tims of the accident.
"I was extremely impressed
with the communication
between our servicemembers
and the civilians working on the
scene," said Hospital Corpsman
2nd Class Cristobal Padilla, one
of the simulated burn victims
during the drill. "On-site treat-
ment is key. The first response
to an injury is not only crucial,
but it helps keep down over-
flow at the hospital during an
instance involving this many
people."
Once at the clinic, the vic-
tims of Vicksburg were treat-
ed with sterile dressings and
pain medicine until they were
stable. The patients suffering
from the flu outbreak were also
given the appropriate treatment
and kept at the clinic until they
could be sent to Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
"I think the staff did an abso-
lutely superb job," said Capt.
Stephen Pachuta, Mayport
Clinic OIC. "These are situa-
tions they do not normally
respond to and it's important we
train them to handle situations
See Drill, Page 5


Firefighter/ EMT William Strickland rushes simulated burn vic-
tim, HM2 Cristobal Padilla to a treatment area during a simulat-
ed mass-casualty drill. The drill initially involved personnel withb
avian flu symptoms until midway through the drill when there
was a simulated boiler explosion on USS Vicksburg.


-Photos by MCSN Patrick J. Cook
HM3 Emily Blanchfield, a mock Avian flu victim during a simulated mass-casualty drill at Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport, lies on
a stretcher as she awaits medical attention from clinic staff. The multi-command drill took more than five hours and involved ships and
tenant commands stationed at Naval Station Mayport.


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Capt. Cecil White Ir., head of Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport's dental department, diagnoses Fran Jackson's imitation burns while
'HM3 Anna Webb and Dr Lester W Romine look on during a simulated mass-casualty drill at the clinic.


Nurse Kelly Broekhof of Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport
relocates Cmdr. Robert Martin to a quarantine and treatment area
for personnel w'ith avian flu symptoms during a simulated mass-
casualty drill.






THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007 5


HM2 Heather Normand, right, of Naval Station Mayport Branch
Health Clinic, checks vital signs on SN Susan Delgado, who showed
symptoms of avian flu.


Dr William Lynch, staff physician, assesses the amount of injury on HM3 Leonardo Farinmedina.


HM2 Cristobal Padilla, a factitious burn victim during a simulated mass-casualty drill at Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport, is helped by firefighter paramedics William Strickland, left, and Steven Ames
into the clinic.


-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Capt. Stephen Pachuta, right, officer in charge of Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport, debriefs
Capt. Kenneth Conrad, staff physician, during a simulated mass-casualty drill at the clinic.


-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Conrad, right, records statistical data, while HM3 John Joseph, left, looks on, during a simulated
mass-casualty drill at the Naval Branch Health Clinic Mayport.






6 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007


M WR Happenings


Auto Skills Center
The next Motorcycle Safety
Course is Feb. 2-4. Cost is $165
per person and includes motor-
cycle, helmet and gloves. Pre-
registration is required.
January special: 10 percent
off fuel injection cleaning. For
Auto Skills Center information
call 270-5392.

Bingo
Bingo is held weekly at
Beachside Community Center
from 6:30-10 p.m. Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and 12:30-4
p.m. Sunday. Thursday is paper
only. Lunchtime bingo is offered
on Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Lunchtime bingo
is paper only with 11 games for
$12. For Bingo information call
270-7197.

Castaway's Lounge
Every Tuesday night
is karaoke at Castaway's
and on Wednesday nights,
Castaway's shows a movie or
two. Castaway's Lounge at


Beachside Community Center
caters to all tastes in music with
a variety of bands every month
and daily drink specials. For
Castaway's Lounge information
call 270-7198.

Foc'sle CPO Club
CPO Social Hour is now on
Thursday from 3-6 p.m. with
free hors d'oeuvres.
The CPO Club welcomes
everyone for Wing Night on
Tuesday from 5-9 p.m. Take-
out wing orders are also avail-
able. Call 270-5432 to place a
wing order.
The CPO Club is open for
lunch Monday-Friday from
11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Catering
services are also available. For
CPO Club information call 270-
5431/5432.

ITT
ITT has 2007 Entertainment
Books for only $20. ITT is open
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-
Friday or look for the RTV
(Recreation Ticket Vehicle) at


various locations on and off
base. For ticket and trip infor-
mation call 270-5145.

Food and Beverage Options
Food is available for All
Hands at the following MWR
facilities: Bogey's at Windy
Harbor Golf Club, the CPO
Club, Fast Lanes Grille at Fast
Lanes Bowling Center and
BoHogs BBQ and Pizza Hut,
both located inside Beachside
Community Center. Hours of
operation vary depending on
facility.
Happy Hour is offered at
Bogey's Wednesdays and
Friday from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
and Fast Lanes Grille on
Monday from 6:30-10 p.m.
Happy Hour at the CPO Club
is from 3-6 p.m. on Thursdays
and is reserved for Chief Petty
Officers and their guests.

RV and Boat Storage
If you need the storage, MWR
is the place for it. Contact
Vehicle Storage at 270-7022 for


space availability.

School-Age Youth Programs
Freedom Friday is on 7-11
p.m. on Jan. 26 (movie). Cost is
$7 in advance or the $9 day of.
Dinner and activities are pro-
vided. Sign up early; space is
limited.
Movie Day is 2-4 p.m. Jan.
27 at the Youth Activities
Center. Popcorn and drinks will
be served.
The Youth Activities Center
is a member of Boys and Girls
Clubs of America (BGCA).
Programs include Power Hour
and Project Learn, Fitness
Authority, Fine Arts, Digital
Arts and Image Makers and
Smart Moves.
The Fall Before and After
School program is currently in
session. Cost is based on total
family income and a fee scale.
Additional youth programs
offered include daily open rec-
reation hours and activities
(alternating between YAC and
RBCC) and instructional classes


in martial arts, dance and cheer-
leading. The Youth Activities
Center (YAC) and Ribault Bay
Community Center (RBCC) are
closed Sundays and holidays.


The following activities and
events target single or unac-
companied Sailors. For addi-
tional information on Liberty
events, call Planet Mayport
Single Sailor Center at 270-
7788 or 7789.
Jan. 26-28: Ski/Snowboard
Trip. Join us on a trip to the
snow covered slopes of North
Carolina for a weekend of ski-
ing or snowboarding. Cost of
this trip is $110 and includes
transportation, lift tickets,
lodging and equipment rental
for the entire weekend. Costs
for snowboarders are subject
to change, please see Planet
Mayport staff for details. Sign


For information on school-
age youth programs call YAC
at 270-5680/5421 or RBCC at
270-7276/7277.


up early since space is lim-
ited.
Jan. 29: WWE IS BACK.
Catch your favorite wrestlers
battle it out on the big screen
in Planet Mayport's movie
theater.
Jan. 30: Dollar Dining
Options. Save your money and
satisfy your hunger at Planet
Mayport when you check out
all the dining options for only
$1. Event will start promptly
at 6:30 p.m.
Jan. 31: Spades Tournament.
Join us for a free spades tour-
ney. Sign up with a partner
or not and enjoy playing this
favorite card game.


-Photos courtesy of MWR
Sean Fegette, RV park expansion project manager from CNIC, and Bob Baylis, Pelican Roost RV
Park manager, discuss details on the soon-to-be-built Osprey Cove clubhouse and laundry facility.


Destination: Osprey Cove


By Stephanie Edwards
MWR
Pelican Roost RV Park,
aboard Naval Station Mayport,
is expanding in 2007 with the
addition of the Osprey Cove
Park.
Volunteers from Pelican Roost
have assisted MWR Mayport in
developing 50 fully operational,
full service RV sites adjacent to
the southwest corner of Lake
Wonderwood, and in the neigh-
borhood of the Youth Activities
Center.
Plans are in the works to
break ground for a new club-
house/laundry facility in FY
2007.
"Since opening in 2000,
Pelican Roost RV Park has con-
sistently maintained 100 percent
occupancy. With a spectacu-
lar location on the St. John's
River, mild Florida weather and
easy access to all Naval Station
facilities and MWR programs,
the 'Roost' is one of the most
popular year-round destinations
in the Southeast for RVers and
tent campers, as well," said Bob
Baylis, Pelican Roost RV Park
Manager.
"There is a huge demand
for RV facilities in Florida and
Osprey Cove will help MWR
ensure there is greater avail-
ability for visitors," he added.
"The 'Cove' will help us say,


Volunteers from Pelican Roost RVPark are integral in the renovation NS Mayport's newestRVhaven,
Osprey Cove. Pictured from left are back row, Bob Greenwood, Tom Repko, Walt Ragland, Hubie
Somerder, George Wright, Ed Harscheid, Lawrence Holcomb, Jack Cabe, Dave Note, Dick Worman.
Front row, Bob Tonello, Buster Hunnicutt, Peggy Wright, Stan Zelusky, Jerry Mitchell. Not pictured is
Russ Downev.


RVers are already enjoying the new Osprey Cove RVPark.


'Come on down,' to many more
RVers."
Together, Commander Naval
Installations Command (CNIC)
and MWR Mayport are cur-
rently designing the new park
facility, with groundbreaking
scheduled for late 2007.
Sean Fegette from CNIC,
Millington detachment, is the
project manager.
"The location here in
Northeast Florida, specifical-
ly with the park nestled into a
beautiful grove of live oaks, you
couldn't ask for a more aestheti-
cally pleasing destination for
our military RV and camping


families," Fegette said.
The new clubhouse will fea-
ture a lounge area equipped
with TV's, wireless Internet,
kitchenette and a Laundromat
for park guests.
Active duty personnel can
make reservations at the Naval
Station Mayport RV parks up
to six months in advance and
may sponsor up to two guests
into the parks year round.
Reservations can be made up to
four months in advance for all
other eligible personnel.
Reservations for both Osprey
Cove and Pelican Roost are
made by calling 270-7808.


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M WR Sports/Fitness


Sports
Volleyball season begins Jan.
29.
Runners wanted for the
Southeast Regional Running
Team. MWR needs 5K, 10K,
Marathon or Triathlon runners
who meet the qualifying times
the Navy Regional Team has
openings available. For more
information, contact Rita at
270-5451.
For more information on
adult sports programs, call 270-
5451/52.

Fitness
Happy Birthday to Surfside
Fitness. Surfside turned eight
years old Jan. 19. The ocean-
front fitness center features 59
pieces of equipment, including
23 Nautilus and 36 lift fitness
pieces. Surfside manager Mary
Mason has been a staple at the
facility since it opened. Surfside
is open Monday-Friday from 5
a.m.-8 p.m. and 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
on Saturday.
The new Surfside and Gym
fitness schedule will be imple-
mented on Jan. 29 to include
classes taught by new instructor
Heather McCormick. Classes
will also be taught by Sally
Rohrer, LaPlace Satterfield,
Ruthie Giardino and Emily
Savoca. The new schedule is as
follows:
Surfside Fitness
Monday
7 a.m.: Yoga
9:30 a.m., Lo Impact
11:15 a.m., Kick, CORE &
More
11:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
1 p.m., Moms in Motion
4 p.m., Advanced Pilates
5 p.m., Heart Core Sculpt
(Family Friendly)
Tuesday
9:30 a.m., Resistance
11:15 a.m., 3B Bum, BOSU/
Balls/Bar
11:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
2 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
3 p.m., FEP Training
4 p.m. FEP Training
5 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
6 p.m., Kid's Clinic


Wednesday
8:30 a.m., Fitness for Mature
Audiences Only
9:30 a.m., Intro to Resistance
11:30 a.m., Intro to Pilates
1 p.m., Moms in Motion
4 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
4:15 p.m., BOSU
5:15 p.m., Cardio, Combat
and CORE
6:15 p.m., Mommy, Daddy &
Me (Family Friendly)
Thursday
8:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
9:30 a.m., Resistance
11:30 a.m., Sculpt, Step &
Stretch
4 p.m., Pump and Grind
4 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
5 p.m., Kid's Clinic
6:30 p.m., Yogalates (Family
Friendly)
Friday
7:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
9:30 a.m. Yoga
Saturday
8 a.m., Yoga
9:30 a.m., Kid's Clinic
10:30 a.m., Extreme Circuit
Training for Kids
Gymnasium
Monday
5:30 a.m., Weight Training
for War Fighters
6:30 a.m., Victory PRT
7 a.m., Indoor Cycling
8:30 a.m., Strength Solutions
& Flexibility Fix-Ups for
Injuries
11:30 a.m., Indoor Cycling
Tuesday
7 a.m., Command Circuit
Sensations
11:15 a.m., Conditioning for
Running
3 p.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
4:30 p.m., Indoor Cycling
5:30 p.m., Stretching for
Sailors
Wednesday
7 a.m., Command Cardio
Pump
11:30 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
11:30 a.m., Indoor Cycling
2 p.m., Strength Solutions &
Flexibility Fix-Ups for Injuries
3 p.m., FEP Training
Thursday


5:15 a.m., Fitness Equipment
Training
7 a.m., Command Jump and
Jab
11:30 a.m., Weight Training
for War Fighters
4:30 p.m., Indoor Cycling
Friday
6:30 a.m., Indoor Cycling
7 a.m., Beach Bootcamp
9 a.m., Strength Training
Basics for Women
9:30 a.m., Strength Solutions
& Flexibility Fix-Ups for
Injuries
A variety of fitness classes
are available at both Surfside
Fitness Center and the
Gymnasium. Classes include:
CORE, Fitness Equipment
Training, Functional Flexibility,
Advanced Pilates, The 3B Bum,
BOSU Balance Training, Pilates,
Yoga, Kickboxing, Command
Cardio Pump, Weight Training
for War Fighters, Strength
Training Basics for Women
and Precision Cycling. Some
classes require advance sign up.
Sign up sheets are located in the
hallways at both facilities.
For information on fitness
classes and programs, call 270-
7718 or 270-7134.

Fast Lanes
Bowling Center and Grille
Fast Lanes Bowling Center
has numerous weekly bowling
specials. Games are only $1 on
Monday and Wednesdays from
5 p.m. to close. Check out T. G.
I. F. where games are $1 and
shoe rentals are $1.50 from 11
a.m.-6 p.m. every Friday. On
Saturday from 1-6 p.m., games
are $1.50 and shoes are $1.50.
Games are only $2 on Sundays
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Questions About Private


Housing Answered


From CNRSE
As part of an ongoing effort
to ensure Navy Family Housing
residents are kept up to date on
the conversion of military hous-
ing to a Public Private Venture
sometime in fiscal year 2007,
town hall meetings were recent-
ly held in order to communicate
with residents on their questions
and concerns. This is the first
in a series of articles in which
Frequently Asked Questions
from the residents during these
meetings will be published.
Why are we doing PPV in the
first place?
-A shrinking housing bud-
get coupled with aging housing
units and maintenance backlog
make it difficult for the Navy to
provide quality housing for our
service members. The public
private venture partnership will
make it possible for the Navy to
renovate and construct family
housing quickly and affordably.
Will there be effective over-
sight by the government of this
PPV program?
-Yes, the Navy as well as
the Office of the Secretary of
Defense for Installation and
Environment support appro-
priate oversight. This over-
sight will be applied by
the Department of Navy
Representative and the Navy's
Business Agreement Manager
as well as the Navy's on-site
Housing Staff. On-site Navy
Housing Staff will work daily
with the Partner's Staff and
the Department of the Navy
Representative who will meet


with the Partner on an as
required basis but at least quar-
terly to review operations. They
will also receive monthly sta-
tus reports that will address
occupancy issues, the project's
financial status, etc.
What impact will privatiza-
tion have on individual instal-
lations?
-Ideally, privatization will
bring about a dramatic improve-
ment of the installations' hous-
ing conditions and services for
military members and their
families, and consequently, an
increase in their quality of life,
readiness, morale and retention.
One major improvement is the
quality and quantity of main-
tenance on the housing units.
However, some inconveniences
may occur throughout the tran-
sition period during which some
housing will be either renovated
or constructed.
When will PPV start?
Scheduled implementation
date is 30 SEP 2007, some tran-
sition may occur 30 days prior
to the 30 Sep date.
What will happen to excess
Family Housing (FH) units?
-Will be determined during
exclusive negotiations between
the Navy and the Partner.
Can residents live in their
assigned unit if it is scheduled
for closing?
-Will be determined during
exclusive negotiations between
the Navy and the Partner.
How much housing is
DoD planning to privatize?
DoD currently has an inven-


tory of 166,000 family housing
units-with about 50,000 inad-
equate units. Its current plans
are to privatize roughly 185,000
family housing units. However,
there is no ceiling set on the
number of units expected to be
built or reconditioned under the
MHPI (source: http://www.acq.
osd.mil/housing/faqs.htm#10)
How is privatized housing
similar to military housing?
- A few of the similarities are:
1. Zero out of pock-
et expenses for residents;
rent is based on BAH
2. You will continue to live
in a military community
3. Government pays for the
cost of moves into PPV units
for eligible service members
4. You will continue to
go to the Navy's Housing
Welcome Center for hous-
ing in the community referral.
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Center will receive your appli-
cation for PPV housing and
will refer you to the Property
Management Company
How is privatized housing
different from military housing?
- Units are managed and oper-
ated by a private property man-
agement company.
*You must sign a lease. The
lease will include a "military
clause".
*You will receive BAH and
pay rent directly to the property
manager.
*The property management
company handles all resident
matters, including day to day
maintenance


Magnum 447 being refueled on deck during Strait of Hormuz transit.


-Photo courtesy of HSL-44


HSL-44 Detachment


Reaches Halfway Mark


By HSL-44 Detachment Two
HSL-44 Detachment Two,
"Trojans," passed the halfway
mark of their deployment while
embarked in USS Taylor (FFG
50).
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in September with 24 person-
nel and two SH-60B Seahawk
helicopters. They were surge
deployed to Fifth Fleet in sup-
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ed to Bahrain for a port visit.
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proceeded south through the
Strait of Hormuz for further
tasking.
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of Oman, Detachment Two
conducted operations with
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coalition forces in the area.
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On board USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) Master Chief Gunnersmate Ricky Taylor walks through the
Sideboys as it rains seeds in celebration of his retirement and surprise renewal of his wedding vows.


Master Chief Says Bye To Nav

Renews Family Committment
By MC2 Leah Stiles Immediately after he was The couple excl
Staff piped ashore, Taylor disap- promises with the gi
GMCM Ricky Taylor closed peared into the ships hangar bay of Philippine Sea's C
a 30-year chapter of naval ser- only to return wearing a suit. Douglas Bryan. "I felt
vice and reaffirmed his love and "What is he doing?" uttered that master chief askec
service to his wife. Laura in astonishment. Their celebrate this mome
celebrate this mome
Taylor retired during a sons escorted her in front of the him
Jan. 12 ceremony on board attendees. Taylor knelt in front
USS Philippine Sea (CG 58). of his wife. His boys' hands I have always loved
Following the retirement he clenched around the rings that as a Navy wife and it i
shocked his beloved wife, master chief purchased on the see it end, but starting
Laura, of 23 years with a sur- six months deployment that he chapter in our life had tc
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1M ilestones


CHSMWL Announces Shore, Sea SOYs


From CHSMWL
Commander, Helicopter
Maritime Strike Wing, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet (CHSMWL)
named AM1(AW/SW) Michael
S. Gilmore FY-06 Shore Sailor
of the Year.
Gilmore was selected by a
panel of six Wing Command
Master Chief's who thorough-
ly reviewed each package and
conducted an intense selection
board. His competition for this
award, all of whom were select-
ed as Sailor of the Year within
their respective commands are
the best of the best; they are:
AW1(AW/NAC) Klein of HSL-
40, AW1(AW/NAC) Carrollof
HSL-42, YNI(AW) Dean of
HSL-44, AW1(AW/NAC) Seek
of HSL-46, SKI(AW/SW)
Dickey of HSL-48, AZI(AW)
Gant of CHSMWL, SKI(AW/
SW) Maultsby of ASD,
IS1(AW/SW) Thompson of
WTU and FC1(AW/SW) Mosca
of SRSS NAS Jacksonville.
Gilmore will now compete for
the 2007 COMNAVAIRLANT
Shore Sailor of the Year compe-
tition in February 2007.
Gilmore's previous duty
stations include USS John F.
Kennedy, Navy Recruiting
District Jacksonville, USS
Emory S. Land Norfolk, Va.,
USS Puget Sound, Norfolk,
Naval Shipyard Philadelphia,
Penn., and RTC Great Lakes,
Ill.
"AMI Gilmore is a con-
summate professional Sailor,"
said AVCM(AW) E. Bowers,
AIMD's command master
chief. "He embodies the ide-
als and values of today's Navy
and demonstrates them in every
facet of his performance from
leading and mentoring Sailors,
to his performance in rate and
literally everything in between.
During his career he has served
with distinction in three dis-
tinct communities in the Navy
- serving as a Non-destructive
Inspection Technician in the
surface fleet, as a highly suc-
cessful recruiter, and as an
accomplished Non-destruc-
tive Inspection Technician and
Structural Mechanic in the avia-
tion community. His ability to
excel in every assignment span-


ning these three different Navy
communities is perhaps the best
testament to his commitment,
professionalism, and absolute
commitment to mission accom-
plishment".
Gilmore currently serves
as Leading Petty Officer for
the Aircraft Division and the
Non Destructive Inspection
Laboratory at Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance
Detachment Mayport.
He currently holds an
Associates of Arts Degree from
Central Texas Community
College and will be attending
Jacksonville University to obtain
his Bachelors Degree with a
major in Marketing. Gilmore
devotes numerous off duty vol-
unteer hours working with the
Adopt-a-School Program at
Neptune Beach Elementary. He
was instrumental in the con-
struction of the first fully handi-
cap accessible playground in the
state of Florida. He also dedi-
cates many hours to sports day
events at the Neptune Beach
Elementary School and is an
active volunteer at Cross Roads
United Methodist Church.
Gilmore hails from Durham,
N.C., and graduated from New
Smyrna Beach High School in
New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
Sea Sailor of the Year
ADI(AW) Ramon A. Torres
is the CHSMWL FY-06 Sea
Sailor of the Year.
His competition for this
award, all of whom were
selected as Sailor of the Year
within their respective com-
mands are the best of the best,
they are: ATI(AW) Flinders
of HSL-44, AOI(AW) Purcell
of HSL-46 and AOI(AW)
Rodriquez of HSL-48. Torres
will now compete for the 2007
COMNAVAIRLANT Sea Sailor
of the year in February 2007.
Torres' previous duty stations
include HS-3, AIMD NAS
Oceana, Norfolk, Va., USS
Enterprise Norfolk, Va.
Torres currently serves as
Detachment Seven leading petty
officer for the Maintenance
department.
"ADI(AW) Ramon Torrez
is an excellent choice for Sea
Sailor of the year, he stood out


-Official U.S. Navy Photo
AMI(AW/SW) Michael S. Gilmore is the CHSMWL FY-06 Shore
Sailor of the Year.


COMHELMARSTRIKEWINGLANT recently announced the
winners of their annual award. The competition was extremely
tough with each command nominating their most talented person-
nel. The personnel listed below represent the best of the best in the
Wing for CY2006:
Lt. Cmdr. David P. Walt of HSL-42 was awarded Rear Adm. K.
F. Delaney Officer of the Year.
Lt. Cmdr. Neil M. Brennan of HSL-46 was awarded the Rear
Adm. A. G. Paulson Leadership Award.
Michael G. Hegland of WWS was awarded CHSMWL Civilian
of the Year.
Lt. Brandon W. Hamilton of HSL-44 was awarded CHSMWL
Pilot of the Year.
AW1(AW/SW/NAC) Roland Dupras Jr. of HSL-44 was awarded
CHSMWL Aircrewman of the Year.
Lt. James M. Walker of HSL-46 was awarded CHSMWL
Maintenance Officer of the Year.
AMCS(AW) Charles P. Lucas of HSL-40 was awarded
CHSMWL Maintenance Chief Petty Officer of the Year.
ADI(AW) Larry D. Blanks of HSL-46 was awarded CHSMWL
Enlisted Maintenance Person of the Year.
AMC (AW/SW) Raymond M. Wisecarver of HSL-48 was award-
ed CHSMWL Enlisted Leadership Award (E7 & above).
AMI(AW) Adam W. Rocks of AIMD Mayport was awarded
CHSMWL Enlisted Leadership Award (E6 & below).
YNCS(AW/SW) Tracey R. Thacker of HSL-48 was awarded
CHSMWL Administrative Officer of the Year.
YN1(AW/SW) Christin A. Holcomb of WWS was awarded
CHSMWL Administrative Support Person of the Year.
SK2(AW/SW) Aneta Fusilero of HSL-48 was awarded
CHSMWL Enlisted Supply Support Person of the Year.


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-Official U.S. Navy Photo
AD (AW) Ramon A. Torres is the CHSMWL FY-06 Sea Sailor of
the Year.


in the Senior Sailor of the Year
competition," said CMDCM J.
Nickerson of HSL-44. "It was
a year in which he completed a
six-month deployment, all the
work-ups that go along with
that, his main focus was on the
development of the Sailors he
supervised. After the mainte-
nance of his aircraft, he would
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his community with Honor,
Courage, and Commitment."
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Penn., and graduated from
Harrisburg High School in
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High prol
From Caroline
J. Cederquist, MD
Contributor
Editor 's note: Dr. Caroline
J. Cederquist, MD is a board
certified Family Physician and
a board certified Bariatric
Physicians (the medical special-
ty of weight ,1n,1,.,. ,n' Dr.
Cederquist specializes in life-
time weight management at the
Cederquist Medical Wellness
Center her Naples, Fla. private
practice.
If you're getting ready to roll
out the old standards for your
upcoming summer weight loss
resolutions, here's a little new
information that might make at
least a couple of those a little
more effective this time around.
You may feel like you're
flashing back a couple years,
though, because if you want
your exercise to be more effec-
tive, it seems that those high-
protein, low-carb diets are the
way to go, especially if you're
willing to go all the way.
A new study out of the
University of Illinois shows that
exercise is much more effective
in weight loss when it's coupled
with a high-protein diet. Well,
sure, you might say. Exercise
is good for weight loss and low-
carb/high protein diets can be
good for weight loss, so obvi-
ously, together they must be
great.
But this is one of those cases
where the whole is greater than
the sum of its parts. There's an
extra, bonus effect of using the
two in combination, according
to Donald Layman, the profes-
sor of food science and nutrition
who conducted this latest study.
"The two work together to
correct body composition,"
Layman said. "Dieters lose
more weight and they lose fat,
not muscle."
When we first undertake a
weight-loss effort, most of us
don't really care how it's going,
as long as it goes. When we
see that number on the scale
change, we're just happy it's
going down. But many diets
get those initial dramatic chang-
es through an unfortunate loss
of lean muscle mass.
That's what happened with
the subjects in Layman's study,
which ultimately showed that
sticking to a diet as prescribed
by the USDA's Food Guide
Pyramid actually reduced the
effectiveness of exercise and
caused lean tissue loss.
This is how he determined
that surprising fact. The subjects
in his four-month study were
divided into two dietary groups
and two exercise groups. The
first dietary group adhered to
a low-calorie diet based on the
USDA Food Guide Pyramid.
The second dietary group
adhered to a diet with the same
calorie content, but with high
carbohydrate foods like breads,
pastas and potatoes replaced
by high-quality proteins, like
meats, eggs, nuts and dairy
foods.
Each of the two dietary
groups was further divided into
two exercise sub-groups, with
one group adding a light walk-
ing regimen of two to three
times a week to their lives, for
up to 100 minutes of added
exercise.
The other exercise sub-group
was required to participate in
five 30-minute walking sessions
and two 30-minute weight-train-
ing sessions per week.
Over the four months, both
exercise programs helped over-
all weight loss. But in the high-
protein group, those participants
lost more weight, and almost all
their weight loss was from fat
- not from lean muscle tissue, as
is often the case. Because the
protein in lean muscle is easier
to metabolize, when our bodies
need more fuel (like when we're
exercising), they go for the easi-
er target first our muscles.
In fact, in this study, for the
high-carb/high exercise partici-
pants, up to 30 percent of their
weight loss was from lean mus-
cle tissue.
We don't want that, for more


reasons than one. Not only is
the fat the excess tissue we're
actually trying to get rid of, the
more muscle we have, the better
we metabolize our fuel. So if
we're losing muscle mass, we're
just increasing the risk that any
later excess caloric intake is
going to end up converted to
fat. And that's what was hap-
pening for folks on the higher-
carb Food Guide Pyramid diets.
They lost weight, but they also
-lost muscle mass.


THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007 11

Get the Skinny


tein, Extra Exercise Combo Produces Fat Loss


The protein-rich diet was high
in the amino acid leucine, which
works with your body's insulin
to increase synthesis of protein.
That extra protein becomes
available for fuel, again, helping
to prevent the use of the protein
in your muscles, and the sub-
sequent muscle loss that is so
common in weight loss efforts.
Together with the diet's low-
carbohydrate availability, this
forces the body to turn to its fat
stores for the fuel it needed dur-
ing that exercise.


Now, the subjects on the
high-protein diet/low-exer-
cise diet also lost weight, and
more of their loss was from fat,
too, compared to the high-carb
exercisers. But when the sci-
entists did all the mathematical
extrapolations and comparisons,
the high-protein/high exercise
combo was just dramatically
more effective than expected,
so they expect to investigate
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12 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007


Military Channel


Broadcasts


'Sea' Stories


By Gerry J. Gilmore
American Forces Press Service
The Military Channel is ask-
ing servicemembers across the
armed forces to submit video-
taped stories about their service
in the global war on terrorism
for broadcast on television,
company officials said.
"We want to give a voice to
the troops to allow them to tell
their stories,"
Jill Bondurant, Military
Channel publicist, said during
an interview with
American Forces Press
Service Jan. 19.
The Military Channel plans
to use servicemember-submit-
ted video for broadcast dur-
ing nightly one-hour blocks of
programming starting in early
February,
Bondurant said. The dates
and times haven't been speci-
fied yet, she said.
Video can be in digital or
taped format, Bondurant said,
and can be submitted via the
following methods:
*Online: www.mywardiary.
com;
*E-mail: mywardiary@dis-
covery.com; or
*Mail: Military Videos, care
of Discovery Productions, 8045
Kennett Street,
Silver Spring, Md. 20910.


All submitted video will be
screened for appropriate con-
tent, Bondurant noted.
The initiative seeks to illus-
trate some personal stories of
military service during wartime,
Military Channel spokesman
and former soldier Pat Lafferty
told the Pentagon Channel in a
recent interview. Most evening
news programming on the mili-
tary these days shies away from
the personal and focuses on "big
picture" events, he said.
"There's only so much that
the 'normal media' can get out
as far as the stories (and) what's
going on," Lafferty said. "And,
oftentimes, that really isn't
the story about individual ser-
vicemembers and what they're
doing on a day-to-day basis."
A component of Discovery
Communications, the Silver
Spring, Md.-based Military
Channel was the first televi-
sion media outlet to partner with
America Supports
You, a Department of Defense
program connecting public and
corporate support for the troops
to servicemembers and their
families.


Recognizing Top Sailors
--u


ATAN Austin Triboulet, "Jaguar of the Quarter" for HSL-60, dishes up at the Sailor of the
Breeze Conference Center on Jan. 18.


-Photo by Bill Austin
Quarter luncheon held at the Ocean


SERMC Supports IA Cal


By Lt. Sandra Rechis and
FCCM (SW) Eric Jacobs
SERMC Mayport
Southeast Regional
Maintenance Center's FCI(SW)
Steve Beasley and FC2(SW)
Jake Adamsky were recently
selected to support the U.S.
Army's mission of base pro-
tection utilizing truck mount-
ed Close-In Weapons System
(CIWS) guns in Iraq. The sys-
tem is new to the Army, so the
Navy is providing experienced
CIWS technicians to Iraq to
team with Army gunners.
Beasley and Adamsky are
finishing their training and will
deploy shortly. A third SERMC
CIWS tech, FCI(SW) Brenda
Hipps, will deploy in February.
Their pre-deployment training
includes ground school in the
Virginia area as well as Texas,
and in the New Mexico desert.
The SERMC technicians will
be working on the U.S. Army's
version of the Navy's CIWS
Phalanx anti-missile system
called the "Land-Based Phalanx
Weapon System" (LPWS).
It is a type of "C-RAM"
(counter-rockets, artillery
and mortars) defensive weap-

System
write employee SMART job
objectives. These objectives
will be Specific, Measurable,
Achieveable, Relevant, and
Time-Framed. No longer is an
objective such as "Writes three
articles per month" acceptable.
Rather an expanded version,
developed in conjunction with
the employee, must be devel-
oped to give the employee the
clear understanding of their per-
formance expectations. This
will enable managers to effec-
tively measure employee per-
formance based on completion
of objectives linked to CNIC's
goals.
Employees will have a major
part in developing a perfor-
mance plan with measurable
objectives that will be used to
rate employees and determine
salary increases. These increas-
es will be based on the employ-
ees' final performance rating.
The NSPS performance award
can be paid in the form of a sal-
ary increase, a bonus or both.
"NSPS gives managers more
ability to set pay and recognize


-Photo courtesy of SERMC Mayport
FC2(SW) Jake Adamsky and FC1(SW) Steve Beasley undergo training
for their upcoming Individual Augmentation to Iraq.


on. Where as naval Phalanx
Systems fire tungsten armor-
piercing rounds, the LPWS uses
the HEIT-SD (High-Explosive
Incendiary Tracer, Self-
Destruct) ammunition originally
developed for the M163 Vulcan
air-defense system.
With its positive command
and control, positive target iden-
tification and programmable


unique skills. For employees, it
provides a direct link between
individual accomplishments
and salary increase. The work
products and actions they pro-
duce directly affect their pay. It
gives them more opportunity to
decide how they can help their
command meet their mission"
said Hubbard.
Pay will shift from the
General Schedule of steps and
grades within the steps to a sys-
tem of "paybanding." NSPS
allows managers the ability to
set pay anywhere within the
band, vice at step one in the
current system, as an incentive
to recruit new employees with
the skills needed in a rapidly
changing world.
"The current system lim-
its opportunities for civilians
at a time when the role of our
workforce is expanding," said
Hubbard.
No one will suffer a pay cut
under the NSPS transition.
Employees will retain their full
salary of their permanent posi-
tion of record.


engagement and safe approach
zones, LPWS is an ideal defen-
sive system to protect forward
operating bases and other sites
that require quick and decisive
defense.
The SERMC Sailors will pro-
vide the much needed system
experience to aid in the protec-
tion of United States personnel
and equipment in Iraq.

From Page 1
The changeover to NSPS is
a gradual process. Spiral 1.2,
affecting more than 66,000
civilians, launched on Oct. 1.
Over 12,000 Spiral 1.2 employ-
ees converted to NSPS in
October; the remaining 54,000
transitioned over the next few
months.
As of now, there is no DON
approved schedule for when the
rest of CNIC is converting to
NSPS. However, in preparation
for the conversion and to help
personnel handle the conver-
sion, CNIC Program manage-
ment Office is preparing a plan
to encompass all the actions
required to convert. That plan
will include a training aspect
and when training is scheduled
to commence.
For more information on
NSPS, check it out on the Web:
http://www.cpms.osd.mil/nsps/
Richard Peck, CNIC NSPS
program manager contributed
to this article.


The USO at Mayport will
offer a free "no dough" din-
ner this week Jan. 26 at 5pm.
Active duty military and their
families are invited to attend.
For more information, please
call 904-246-3481.
Visit Kennedy Space Center
explore all year with Maximum
Access 365SM, Kennedy Space
Center Visitor Complex's
Florida resident 12-month pass.
Florida residents can get a 12-
month pass to Kennedy Space
Center Visitor Complex for
the price of one day Maximum
Access admission. For more
information, please visit www.
kennedyspacecenter.com/365.
Get your movie theatre passes
at the USO! AMC Theatre pass-
es are $6, and Regal Theatre
passes are $6.50
Monster Jam Monster Truck
racing tickets with free pit pass-
es are now on sale at the USO
for $26. There are no restric-
tions on these tickets. The
Monster Jam will take place at
Alltel Stadium on 7:30 p.m. on
Feb. 24.
Daytona 500 Tickets are on
sale at your USO! The prices
and options are as follows:
*Great American offer this
will be a two-day ticket in rows
1-20 for $115 (you save over
$47.)
*Two-Day Tower offer which
is in the grandstands rows 33-
51 for $180 (you save $22 with
this package)
*Fanzone tickets for entry to
the Fanzone prior to the start of
the race are $75 each.
*Bud Shootout tickets are $30
each.
*We will also offer Rolex 24
tickets to Active Duty only for
$10 each; dependents and all
others will be $40 each.
Payment must be made in full
to the USO before tickets will
be ordered. The tickets will be
available for pickup at the USO
the week of the race.
Wild Adventures Theme Park
tickets are $31.95 at the USO!
(This is a savings of $10.) Did
you know...tickets purchased
for use at Busch Gardens or Sea
World may be used for seven
consecutive days at that park?
Visit your USO for more infor-
mation or to purchase the tick-
ets.
Looking for a fun group activ-
ity for your wardroom, depart-


U SO News
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Jacksonville, located downtown
at the Jacksonville Landing,
is offering 20 free tickets to
every Thursday's 8 p.m. per-
formance. Opportunities for
these tickets will be on a first
come, first serve basis. To
obtain these tickets, email give-
aways@usojax.com and provide
the names of the individuals
who will be attending. If your
group is selected, you will be
advised via email. The list of
names will be forwarded to the
IMPROVJAX Comedy Club
Staff, and individuals on the list
will be admitted free of charge.
If you are interested in a group
larger in size than 20, let the
USO know, and we will see
if IMPROV Jacksonville can
accommodate the request.
Improv Jacksonville Comedy
Theater offers a military dis-
count to their performances on
Wednesday's at 8 p.m., Friday's
at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., and
Saturday's at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Ticket prices are normally $5
weeknights and $10 weekends,
and are discounted for military
to $2.50 and $5 respectively,
and are available at the door the


night of the performance. For
more information, go to www.
improvj acksonville.com.
If only the USO received a
penny every time I searched the
internet...NOW THEY WILL!
www.goodsearch.com allows
individuals to designate a char-
ity (please designate USO-
United Service Organizations-
Jacksonville!) and donates
approximately one penny for
every search. Goodsearch uses
Yahoo! Search technology to
facilitate a thorough search.
What a great way to help a
charity by doing something you
regularly do.
Service members can also
enjoy video games or use the
sports equipment.
There is a full kitchen, show-
ers, a quiet reading room and
a meeting room available. The
USO is available for meetings,
support groups, receptions, par-
ties and pre-deployment briefs.
For more information about
activities or meeting avail-
abilities, call 246-3481 or stop
by the center at 2560 Mayport
Road. USO is open from 9 a.m.-
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By Bonnie Powell
DeCA
Customers have always been
able to find healthy food at
healthy savings in their commis-
sary. They can also find healthy
advice, now that the Defense
Commissary Agency has a reg-
istered dietitian on staff.
"We made a commitment to
be the nutritional leader for the
military," said Patrick Nixon,
DeCA director and chief execu-
tive officer. "We're excited to
have Maj. Karen Fauber as the
first DeCA dietitian, and we
expect this to be a great oppor-
tunity for customers to obtain
nutrition education through their
commissary system."
Having a dietitian on staff
is also a growing trend in the
commercial grocery industry
and more and more consumers
indicate they look to grocery
stores for nutrition education
and guidance. After all, that's
where they make most of their
food purchase decisions.
DeCA and TRICARE have
been partnering for two years on
TRICARE's Healthy Choices
for Life program, which focus-
es on the problems of alcohol
abuse, tobacco use and obesity
in military families. "Since we
are the grocery store of choice
for millions of military fami-
lies, we developed the 'It's Your
Choice, Make it Healthy' pro-
gram to tie into the weight man-
agement segment of Healthy
Choices," said Nixon.


Program
It's Your Choice does not aim
to tell customers what is good
or bad, but it does encourage
them to think more about their
choices.
"Weight management is a
topic of primary importance
for DoD patient education,"
said TRICARE Chief Medical
Officer Dr. David Tornberg.
"DeCA is making a significant
contribution to our program by
emphasizing healthier eating,
and has taken the effort to a
new level by adding a registered
dietitian to their team."
Nixon added: "Having a reg-
istered dietitian increases our
ability to educate customers
on how to make healthier meal
choices reading product labels
at the commissary, enjoying
more fresh fruit and vegetables
and leaner meats, and preparing
meals at home instead of hit-
ting the fast food drive thru or
spending hard-earned money on
restaurants."
The DeCA dietitian is already
on the job, having filmed a
Pentagon Channel segment
offering advice on how to shop
for foods that will help consum-
ers stick to their New Year's
resolutions to lose weight.
"I really appreciate the leader-
ship role commissaries are tak-
ing in advocating healthy food
choices for military families,"
said Fauber, "and I am eager
to be a part of DeCA's efforts
in promoting 'It's Your Choice,
Make It Healthy,' and providing


THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, January 25, 2007 13

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-Photo courtesy of DeCA
Maj. Karen Fauber is the first DeCA dietician on staff. She will
work with the DeCA/TRICARE partnership program, Healthy


Choices for Life.
nutrition education as part of
the commissary benefit."
Fauber has 16 years of ser-
vice with 10 years as an Army
Reserve dietitian and six years
active duty, including experi-
ence as a certified diabetes edu-
cator in Army medical facilities
and public health clinics. She
has also developed, coordinated
and evaluated health and nutri-
tion programs in Virginia and
was the Virginia "5 A Day for
Better Health" program coordi-
nator.
Fauber has a bachelor's
degree in dietetics from Georgia
Southern University, Statesboro,
Ga., and a master's degree in
education and human develop-
ment from George Washington


University, Washington, D.C.
She completed her dietetic
internship at Brooke Army
Medical Center in San Antonio.
Some of the initiatives
planned for the DeCA dietitian
include an "Ask the Dietitian"
feature on the DeCA Web site at
http://www.commissaries.com
and increased visibility for the
recently revamped "5 A Day for
Better Health" program, which
focuses on fruits and vegetables.
Fauber will also work closely
with DeCA home economist
and Europe outreach special-
ist Kay Blakley, who is well-
known for her "Kay's Kitchen"
newspaper columns and reci-
pes, and TV spots on American
Forces Network in Europe.


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From FFSC
Looking for a new job for the
New Year?
The Mayport Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
has a spouse employment assis-
tance program to help you
decide what career would be
best for you.
FFSC, located in Bldg. 1576,
has Job Books loaded with job
openings, both local and out
of the area. It has computers
for you to do your job search-
ing and write resumes. There
are many books on job hunting
and careers, which you can use
to help make your job search
easier.
The FERP holds weekly job
search and employment orienta-
tion classes every Monday, 1-
3 p. m. at the FFSC. Topics


include resume writing, job
interviewing techniques, local
employment information, self-
assessment to help you look for
the right job, career planning
and lots more.
Also, Pete Johnson,
WORKSource Employment
Representative, is available to
assist active duty personnel,
veterans, and family members
with employment related issues.
This includes daily updates to
local and state-wide employ-
ment opportunities postings.
Stop by the FFSC to see
our job search resources, meet
with Johnson, and/or attend the
weekly classes that can help
you land a new job in 2007.
For more information, call 270-
6600.


From TRICARE
Some TRICARE beneficia-
ries who have tried to use their
TRICARE prescription plan
have been surprised to learn that
they are enrolled in a Medicare
Part D prescription drug
plan. Now, the Department of
Defense has established a place
for beneficiaries in this position
to get their questions answered.
In 2006, the Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid Services
(CMS) started automatically
enrolling some TRICARE
beneficiaries in a Medicare
Part D prescription drug plan.
According to federal law, the
TRICARE pharmacy benefit is
considered a secondary payer
to a Medicare Part D prescrip-
tion drug plan. Therefore,
TRICARE has established pay-
ment rules with their claims
processor to ensure compliance
with federal law. The TRICARE
Management Activity (TMA),
the Defense Manpower Data
Center (DMDC), and CMS
understand the frustrations some


From Saint Leo University
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are elements of our Criminal
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Classes begin the week of Jan.
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The following courses
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on site at NS Mayport:
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MGT 301 Principles of

Questions
cpms.osd.mil/nsps/faqs.html.
A variety of brochures, train-
ing and briefing materials are
available, and the contact tab
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or comment directly to NSPS
personnel.
Several recent changes
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Web site. The Department of
Defense released the 2007 NSPS
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which may be viewed on the
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These documents are also
available on the following web
pages:
Classification (http://www.
cpms.osd.mil/nsps/classi-
fication.html) and Pay and
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cpms.osd.mil/nsps/compensa-
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Ir.html) and Adverse Actions
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pages of the NSPS Web site also
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If Express Scripts discovers
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ciary how to obtain confirma-
tion of disenrollment or cancel-
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Once DMDC receives this doc-
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To view current Medicare
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District of Columbia Circuit.
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Navy Names Newest Carrier After President Ford


By Donna Miles
American Forces Press Service
With flags around the nation
still at half staff in memory of
the late President Gerald R.
Ford, Vice President Richard B.
Cheney called Jan. 16's naming
of the Navy's newest aircraft
carrier in Ford's honor an even
more fitting tribute because it
looks to the future.
Speaking today at the
Pentagon naming ceremony for
the ship, Cheney joined Navy
Secretary Donald C. Winter and
other officials and servicemem-
bers in naming the first of the
new CVN-21 class of aircraft
carrier the USS Gerald R. Ford.
The new class will replace the
USS Enterprise and CVN-68
class carriers.
When USS Gerald R. Ford
enters the Navy fleet in seven
or eight years, it and its sister
ships "will help ensure the sea
power of the United States for
the next half century," the vice
president said.
Winter described the capabil-
ity the new carriers will bring to
the fleet. "This fleet of the most
technologically advanced air-
craft carriers in the world will
be the Navy's premier forward
asset for crisis response and
principal platforms in providing
early, decisive striking power in
a major combat operation," he
told the audience.
The new carriers will be able
to generate 25 percent more
aircraft sorties than current
carriers, generate three times
the electricity, and include
an improved, fully integrated
warfare system and other new
design technologies, he said.
"CVN-21 is an investment in


-Photos by MCC Shawn P. Eklund
Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV), the Honorable Dr. Donald C.
Winter speaks to an audience of 300 during the official naming
ceremony of the USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), the first aircraft
carrier in the Ford class of carriers.


our future, and the Department
of the Navy is urgently moving
forward to turn our plans into
reality," Winter said.
Cheney described the tech-
nical marvel the USS Ford
will present when it hits the
high seas. "When completed,
the USS Gerald R. Ford will
be a sight to behold: 100,000
tons of American ingenuity and
power, riding 20 stories above
water level, about as long as the
Empire State Building, and able
to sail the oceans for 20 years
without refueling," he said.
Winter said USS Ford and its
sister carriers will send a mes-
sage wherever they sail. "A
U.S. Navy aircraft carrier is a
symbol recognized around the
world," he said. "It represents
American power. It is a remind-
er of America's global interests


and global reach. It is, in the
eyes of freedom-loving people
everywhere, a safeguard in a
troubled and dangerous world."
As an example, he noted
the Jan. 11 announcement that
President Bush had ordered an
additional carrier strike group,
the USS Stennis group, to the
Middle East. "We do not expect
this to be the last time the com-
mander in chief will be turn-
ing to Navy carriers to respond
immediately to a crisis far from
our shores," Winter said.
Like Bush, Ford recognized
the important capability carri-
ers bring to the Navy, Cheney
said. "He understood that pro-
tecting the American people
required defending our interests
in far-away places," he said.
"He understood that, for our
forces to be credible, they must


Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Dr. Donald C. Winter, Vice President Dick Cheney, Susan Ford
Bales, Jack Ford, Mike Ford, Steve Ford, Sen. John Warner, Sen. Carl Levin and Chief of Naval
Operations Adm. Mike Mullen salute as the model of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) is unveiled. The
ship as well as the newest class of aircraft carriers was named after the 38th president of the United
States during a ceremony at the Pentagon.


be able to deploy wherever and
whenever needed." This, he
said, requires the power to sail
the world's oceans and control
the water's surface, the ocean
depths and the skies overhead.
Winter called the naming of
the first CVN-78 carrier after
Ford a fitting way to honor the
former president's service and
recognize his deep, lifelong
personal connection to aircraft
carriers. "He served aboard a
carrier during (World War II),"
Winter said of Ford. "As presi-
dent, he commanded carriers in
the fleet. During his tenure as
president, he also commissioned


Master Chief Of The Navy Turns 40


By MCCS(SW/AW)
Bill Houlihan
MCPONPublic,- -
At a retirement ceremony
Jan. 12, one day prior to
the fortieth anniversary of
the inception of the Master
Chief Petty Officer of the
Navy, MCPON (SW/FMF)
Joe R. Campa Jr. remind-
ed chief petty officers here
what he expects of them as
deckplate leaders.
Addressing a num-
ber of area chiefs at the
retirement ceremony of
Master Chief Electronics
Technician (SW) Mickey
Manes, Campa recalled the
chief petty officers who led
and trained he and Manes
as they grew up in the
Navy, and said he envisions
a return to their traditional


type of leadership.
"Those chiefs were cut
from a cloth of leadership
that I want to blanket the
Navy with today," said
Campa. "They had some-
thing I like to refer to as
'CPO presence.' When they
walked into a space the tone
of the entire space changed.
They were uncompromising
leaders."
Campa said that when
Del Black was appointed
the first MCPON in 1967,
his goals were similar
to those of Campa's forty
years later.
"MCPON Black was a
true chief. He knew the
value of communication, of
listening to his Sailors, and
the absolute need for our
community to take on the


role of standard bearers,
to enforce those standards
amongst ourselves as well
as up and down the chain of
command," he added.
The 11th master chief to
hold the position, MCPON
Campa said that the nine
men who followed Black
each entered the office with
one goal in mind; the devel-
opment of the enlisted force
as Sailors and people.
"Each of us has had our
own style and way of doing
things, but there has been a
constant theme for 40 years
from Del Black to Tom
Crow to John Hagan to me:
providing Sailors the best
opportunity to succeed," he
said.
Campa echoed that in his
remarks at Manes' retire-


ment ceremony. He said
that as a Sailor's character
strengthens, so too will his
commitment to the Navy.
Campa and Manes served
together on USS Frank
Cable (AS 40) from 2003 to
2005.


USS Nimitz, the first in its class
of nuclear-powered carriers.
"No one would have appreci-
ated more the honor of having
a carrier named after him than
President Ford," Winter said.
Susan Ford Bales, the late
president's daughter, thanked
the U.S. military for the trib-
ute its members paid her father
during his funeral services and
expressed the family's pride in
having an aircraft carrier named
for him.
She recounted Ford's own
words, when he knew Winter


was considering naming a car-
rier for him, as expressed in a
personal letter. "It is a source of
indescribable pride and humil-
ity to know that an aircraft car-
rier bearing my name may be
permanently associated with
the valor and patriotism of the
men and women of the United
States Navy," Ford wrote short-
ly before his Dec. 26 death.
Betty Ford, Ford's widow,
was not at today's ceremony but
watched it from home on the
Pentagon Channel, her daughter
noted at the ceremony.


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By MCC(SW/AW)
Donnie Ryan
USS Ronald Reagan Public.,"
A Sailor assigned to USS
Ronald Reagan (CVN 76)
has become a celebrity
almost overnight as mil-
lions of Americans watched
him advance to the next
round of the "American
Idol" competition on nation-
al television Jan. 16.
Intelligence Specialist 2nd
Class Jarrod Fowler said
he has received numerous
telephone calls, e-mails and
even a few requests for his
autograph after his audi-
tion with FOX's hit series
competition aired.
Fowler, who has spent
much of his time over the
past two days giving tele-
phone interviews to local
radio and television sta-
tions, says he was totally
caught off guard by all of
the attention.
"It's not just being on
national television," said
Fowler. "It's the chance to
represent the entire crew
of USS Ronald Reagan. I
really want to say thanks
to everyone who helped get
me here."
The audition, which was
taped back in September,
took place in Minneapolis
while Fowler was on leave.
Fowler said he wore his
uniform to the audition
in order to represent both
the Navy and the crew of
Ronald Reagan.
Once he made it past the
initial audition and was
.handed the coveted gold
:piece of paper, symboliz-


-Photo by MCC Spike Call
Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class Jarrod Fowler performs during
the Ronald Reagan Idol" talent competition, March 26, 2006.
Fowler won the competition and received an audition for Fox's
'American Idol" television series. His audition aired Jan. 16, when
millions of viewers watched him advance to Hollywood for the


next stage of the competition.
ing a trip to Hollywood, the
production crew request-
ed to visit the ship in San
Diego to get footage to be
aired on the show as part
of his audition. The ship's
public affairs office worked
with the production crew so
that the millions of televi-
sion viewers would get to
see what Fowler does on a
daily basis aboard the ship.
"We think all of this
attention for Fowler and
the Navy is great," said
Lt. Cmdr. Heidi Lenzini,
Ronald Reagan's public
affairs officer. "It just goes
to show what a talented
bunch of Sailors we have
aboard Ronald Reagan."
"It has absolutely been
surreal," said Fowler. "I


never thought that par-
ticipating in a ship's tal-
ent show would lead to this
much publicity."
Fowler said he is not
sharing any secrets about
how far he makes it in the
pre-recorded segments, or
if the public will actually
get the chance to vote for
him when the live portion
of the competition begins
next month.
"All I can say is that I
made it to Hollywood. You'll
just have to tune in to the
show to see how far I make
it," said Fowler.
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Navy's newest Nimitz-class
aircraft carrier and com-
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Blue Angels Seeking Officers, Enlisted For 2008


By Naval Flight Demonstration
Squadron Public. ;,
The Navy Flight
Demonstration Squadron is
encouraging qualified Navy
and Marine Corps officers and
enlisted to apply for the 2008
season.
According to the Blue Angels
Opposing Solo pilot, Lt. Cmdr.
Kevin Davis, this season's
applications officer, the squad-
ron is seeking three tactical jet
pilots, a Marine C-130 pilot and
a maintenance officer, and an
administrative officer for the
2009 season.
The squadron's enlisted
applications chief petty officer,
Chief Aviation Maintenance
Administrationman (AW) Bob
Sadak, said the team has a vari-
ety of positions available for
Navy and Marine Corps mem-
bers at paygrades starting as
junior as petty officer second
class and sergeant.
Outstanding third class petty
officers also may be considered
for the following rates or NECs:
aviation machinist's mate, avia-
tion electrician's mate, aviation
structural mechanics (AM),
aviation structural mechanic
(equipment), aviation ordnance-
man, aviation electronics tech-
nician, aviation maintenance
administrationman (AZ), air-
crew survival equipmentman,
mass communication special-
ists, storekeeper, and yeoman.
The team also is looking for a
hospital corpsman first class


-Photo by MC2 Elizabeth Williams
Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets fly in unison during an air show performance. This year, the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron
"Blue Angels" returned to their original home as the featured performers for the 2006 NAS lax Air Show. This year's theme recognizes the
birth of the Blue Angels atNAS Jax 60 years ago.
with an 8406 NEC, and chiefs excellence." enhance recruiting and retention ed selection process includes


in the AZ and AM ratings.
"The application process is
easy," said Davis. "However,
the selection process is what's
difficult. It is an extremely fair
and time-consuming process,
but that is what is required to
uphold our 61-year tradition of


Command Master Chief
(AW/SW) Eric Hodge said that
enlisted applicants should be
exemplary Sailors and Marines,
who are willing to work outside
their area of expertise and enjoy
traveling.
"Our command mission is to


efforts," Hodge said. "But we
also serve as ambassadors of
goodwill, and bolster pride and
patriotism in American citizens.
It takes a special person to be
able to do that naturally."
Hodge said that the command
is unique because the enlist-


a majority of input from the
Sailors and Marines currently
assigned to the team.
"Essentially, the crew mem-
bers nominate their reliefs,"
Hodge said. "Therefore, it's
important that we have many
applicants to consider."


"We have a very comprehen-
sive indoctrination program,
and we will properly train our
selectees. We're simply looking
for the best and brightest young
men and women in the Naval
service," Sadak said. "We want
team players, who are excellent
communicators and who really
want to be the backbone of the
Blue Angels organization."
Davis said he hopes that
Sailors take this opportunity to
apply.
"We are encouraging all qual-
ified officers to consider apply-
ing for the team, or at least visit
the application page on our
website," Davis said. "The more
applicants we have, the tougher
it is for us to make a decision fi
but that's exactly what we want
to happen. We have a legacy
to uphold, and that is why we
hand-pick the most well-round-
ed, professional and charismatic
aviators and support officers in
the Navy and Marine Corps."
Information on how to apply
can be found on the Blue
Angels' official web site, www.
blueangels.navy.mil, under
the "How to Apply" page.
The application deadline for
enlisted applications is April 1.
Applications for officers are due
no later than April 30.


U.S. Navy Decoms Trenton,


Transfers To Indian Navy


By MCSN Tyler Jones
Fleet Public. ;- CenterAtlantic
The amphibious trans-
port dock ship USS Trenton
(LPD 14), was decommis-
sioned Jan. 17 in a cer-
emony at Naval Station
Norfolk. Immediately fol-
lowing the decommission-
ing, Trenton was recommis-
sioned and transferred to
the Indian Navy, bearing
the name INS Jalashwa.
The event marks the first
time a U.S. Navy vessel
has been transferred to the
Indian navy.
"Trenton will continue to
serve all the free nations
of the world, just as she
served the United States,
as we expand 'the 1,000-
ship navy,'" said Rear Adm.
Garry Hall, Commander,
Amphibious Group 2.
In recent months, the
crew of Trenton has been
working alongside Indian
sailors, training them to
operate the ship efficiently
and safely.
The commanding officer
of Jalashwa, Indian Navy
Capt. B.S. Ahluwalia,
expressed his gratitude to
the crew of Trenton, and
praised their professional-
ism.
"Today's transfer is a
significant event in the
growing relationship
between our two countries
and our two navies," said
Ahluwalia.
Commissioned in March
1971, Trenton took part in
numerous humanitarian
operations, including the
evacuations of American


USS Salv
By MC1 (SW/AW)
Keith Jones
Fleet Public,; Center Detachment
Hawaii
The rescue and salvage ship
USS Salvor (ARS 52) ended
20 years of service in a decom-
missioning ceremony at Pearl
Harbor's Bravo Pier Jan. 12.
During the ceremony, Salvor
was transferred to the Military
Sealift Command (MSC) and
rededicated as USNS Salvor (T-
ARS 52).
The ship was designed for
salvage of stranded vessels,
rescue and assistance, recov-
ery of submerged objects, and
manned diving operations.
Commissioned June 14, 1986,
Salvor first arrived in Pearl
Harbor on Nov. 1 of the same
year, and has been patrolling
and working in the Pacific for
the past two decades.
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proud history of USS Salvor,"
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An officer from the Indian navy instructs his junior sailors on how
to properly rig a AingiiT't during a training exercise. The Indian
navy is training aboard the amphibious transport dock USS
Trenton (LPD 14). Trenton will be transferred to the Indian navy
after it is decommissioned Jan. 17, 2007.


civilians from Liberia in
1996 and from Lebanon in
2006. In addition, in 1991,
Trenton was responsible
for evacuating the U.S. and
Soviet ambassadors and
193 foreign nationals from
Somalia.
During Trenton's final
deployment, the ship took
part in maritime security
operations off the Somali
coast of eastern Africa.
Trenton's command-
ing officer, Cmdr. Samuel
Norton, spoke proudly and
fondly of his crew and time
aboard the ship, saying that
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have been the same.
"It's people that have
made Trenton what she is
today, and its people that
will keep the memory of
Trenton alive," Norton said.
Trenton employed a
crew of approximately 415
Sailors and could embark
nearly 1,000 Marines.
The ship was a member of
the Austin-class amphibious
transport dock ship. The
ship is 570 feet in length
and displaces approximate-
ly 17,000 tons when fully
loaded. The Austin-class
currently is being replaced
by the newer, more-modern
San Antonio-class LPD.


or Decommissions


cer. "A history of outstanding
service to our nation, our Navy
and a history of dedicated crews
that have come before us."
Howard commanded Salvor
for its most recent deploy-
ment where the ship par-
ticipated in the Cooperation
Afloat Readiness and Training
(CARAT) exercise 2006. During
the time at sea, Salvor and her
crew positively identified the
wreck of the submarine USS
Lagarto (SS 371), lost in battle
during World War II in the Gulf
of Thailand in 1945.
Over the years, Salvor crews
have participated in many multi-
national exercises including a
Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC)
Exercise in 1990, with the
Russian Federated navy dur-
ing Cooperation from the Sea
in 1995, and performed salvage
operations with the Republic of
Korea during SALVEX '96.
Since returning last October


from deployment, Salvor's crew
worked steadily to prepare for
the ship's transfer to MSC.
"I salute you for your tire-
less efforts," said Rear Adm.
Tim Alexander, commander,
Navy Region Hawaii, the key-
note speaker at the ceremony.
"Not only to operate Salvor, but
to render her ready for trans-
fer. She looks magnificent. It's
a tribute to your dedication and
your hard work."
While the ship has under-
gone many modifications to
prepare it for transfer to MSC,
the platform will receive auto-
mation and control upgrades at
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in
Bremerton, Wash., to prepare
for continued service with a
smaller civilian crew.
Howard said that command-
ing the Salvor taught him how
dependable and dynamic the
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INTRACOASTAL W.
3085 PABLO BAY CT
Open Sat & Sun 10-4p
3 miles to beach.
3/3+mother in-law ste,
approx 1800sf, fpl, new
AC, carpet, freshly
painted, Irg kit w/lots
of cabinets space, Irg
patio, french drs
throughout, 12x20
Barn, fenced.
Reduced! 904-223-9728


Homes

for Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia
Out of Area




FLEMING ISL./Eagle
Harbor Beautiful 3br/2ba
Upgrades. Backs up to
pond. $289,900. 278-5529
Fleming Island-Eagle
Harbor/Stone Creek 3/2
Twnhm, many upgrades,
$239,900. 904-613-2808
FLEMING ISLAND
3/2 $225K nature pre-
serve w/$5K to closing
Motivated! 904-699-2075
Middleburg No Bank
Qualifying!! Your Dwn
pint qualifies you! !
Rent-to-own this 4/2,
2600sq ft, 1/2 arce lot in
Middleburg! 449-9294!
MIDDLEBURG /OP
1793 Hearth St., $195k,
2515sf, newly remod,
4/2, on quiet dead-end
street. The TerraMar
Group 215-8666
MIDDLEBURG 4br/3ba,
lease purchase, like
new, 2000SF, lac,
904-730-5603 or 208-0096
Orange Park New 2239SF
4/3 / bonus rm .72 AC
w/lrg trees, $339K. RV's
/ Boats OK 904-333-1690
ORANGE PARK
100% Financing- Bnkrpcy,
Self EMP, Invest OK.
Mark 904- 233- 4231
ORANGE PARK Eagle
Harbor 4/3, cul-de-sac
lagoon lot, fenced yard,
open floor plan. 716-5207

McGIRTS CREEK I
I immac. beauty, 3/2,
2 car gar. approx.
1700 sq. ft. $188,500
HOME FINDER
REALTY 221-1711
L or 241-5501
L - i
, Oakleaf Plantation-
Beautiful 4/3 sfr for
rent or sale. OWner
financing/other
options avail, highly
motivated to work
w/military personnel.
(813)220-1 088




ARGYLE -3/2, 2 car gar,
1548sf, newly remod,
best value in Parkview
Ridge. 6841 Ridgeview
Ave. $174.9k. The
TerraMar Group 215-8666
ARLINGTON -Ft. Caro-
line 3/2 grt rm w/fplc,
Must see to appreciate
$207.9k 904-608-0570
MLS# 331650
ARLINGTON All brick
3/2, 1 car garage, tile fir,
W/D, apple's stay. $165K
Call 874-5325


ARLINGTON Owner will
finance, 3/1, CH&A
Completely remod.
$125K Call 891-6710
ARLINGTON 5BR/3BA
2500 sq ft, new kit, new
BA, owner financing
available. $199,000.Call
904-514-4442 / 954-472-1275
AVONDALE -Historic
house, 2200+sf, Big lot,
grt loc. Only $248k.
Call 704-6436
BEACH Atlantic 3/2,
1480SF, nr school, park
& beach, $229k. Call
998-4284 and 305-3793

SBeach Atlantic
CYPRESS CREEK
4/2, 1 car gar., Ig
family rm, eat-in
kitchen. Just Listed
$214,900
DEERFIELD LAKES
2/1.5 lovely condo, close
to base/ beaches/stores. I
$99,900
PONTE VEDRA BCH
1/1 Condo at Belleza,
tons of amenities, &
I gated. $165,900 I
HOME FINDER
REALTY 221-1711
L or 241-5501 |

Beaches
AWESOME
INVESTMENT
PROPERTY
3BR/2BA Townhome
Great condition! 2
story, 2bdrm and iba
up and Master bdrm
down, 1400 sqft, cur-
rently renting for $900
per month. Take with
or without tenants.
$158,900


Margi Petitt
Top Producer
571-9821



Beaches
WEST ATLANTIC
BEACH BUNGALOW

AWESOME
INVESTMENT
$204,000
3BR/2BA, new red oak
floors throughout,
new roof, approx.
1300SF, lot size 60x125


Margi Petitt
Top Producer
571-9821


BEACH(J ax) OPEN
HOUSE Sun 12-5 1804
10TH ST N Amazing 4/2
near beach/school $335K
904-234-4047
BEACH off Mayport Rd.
block 2/1, CH&A,
only $500dn, $675mo.
No Qualifying 708-2252


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Like new in Kernan Forest! 4/3 w/over 2,000-sf.

Ready to Move-In Now! Nice, open plan, big bdrms.
Convenient to NS-Mayport, Shopping & the
beaches! Offered at: $309,900

Call Pat Crossen 904-635-1399
for more info! W
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DEERWOOD
4/2.5, 3100SF, large wooded lot
on golf course, lake on 2
sides, spectacular views.
Move in cond. Reduced to
$815,000 FSBO 904-234-3729
HIDDEN PARADISE
2/sty 1900 SF 3/2.5 w/ Ig,
bonus rm, FP, Pool,
Jacuzzi $380,000,
motivated. 246-1760


I PRICED BELOW |
MARKET I
S Hickory Lakes
3/ 2, 1674SF, former I
model. Only $215K.
MLS#335901
SRealty Executives


I intraco.astal West
HARBOR WINDS
Special price, need
quick sale. 3/2, almost
1500 sq.ft. $198,000.
ASHLEY WOODS
4/2 beauty, approx.
2200 sq. ft. a must i
see before it's gone
$298,900
HARBOR SPRINGS
4/2, Ig corner lot
beaut., stone fire-
place, need fast sale I
now. $214,900.
HARBOR WINDS
really nice, 3/2, cov-
ered patio, open/airy,
$229,900.
HOME FINDER
REALTY 221-1711
or 241-5501
MANDARINsell or RTO
-4/2, 3/2, 1600-2400sf, nr
Bolles Schl, $220-$249k.
376-5959
MANDARIN
BY OWNER- 5400 Oxford
Crest Dr. 4/2 brick, on
pond, $199,500 or best
reas offer, Open House
Sat-Sun 12-5pm. House
to be sold Sunday night
to HIGHEST BIDDER
800-719-5067
MANDARIN 3741 N. Ride
Dr. Immac. 2 story, 3/2,
Master downstairs,
$209,900. 759-9314 / 955-3830

MANDARIN
STATION
3 BR, 2 BA, Huge
family room with
Massive brick fire-
place, eat-in kitchen,
separate DR/Office,
computer room,
screened proch, new
tile in baths, 1974 SF
new A/C, roof in '02,
large fenced yard,
beautifully land-
scaped, custom built
storage shed,
many updates.
11060 Reading Rd.
$247K 904 386-4210


F Northside
ROLLING RIVER
ESTATES
1yr. new 3/2, over
1600sf. f/plc Lg lot
move in cond. $189,900
EAGLES HAMMOCK
5/3.5, over 3000sf,
shows like a model,
custom paint thru out
many upgrades
$370,000
VICTORIA LAKES
4/3.5 3600+sf, fabulous
home, tile floor, s/s I
apple and much more
$335,000

HOME FINDER
LREALTY 221-1711
or 241-5501


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.ell (904) 463-2065
mail: laurie potter
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613-2 San Jose Blvd.
acksonville, FL 32207


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NORTHSIDE Did you say
BRICK? Remodeled 4/3
approx 2900sf 904-838-7021
2914 Lagney Dr.
& Westside-3BR/2BA,
built 1962, 1391 sf,
corner lot, brick
w/garage, Call
908-3950
ORTEGA 3/2 Price
reduced to $335K to $310K
Owner pays $8000 closing
credit to buyer. 233-4078
RIVERSIDE 2581 College
St. A JEWEL IN
HEART OF RIVER-
SIDE. MOVE IN NOW
Call owner JT 514-3538
RIVERSIDE FSBO/Rent
to own. $354,300, 4br/2ba,
2400sf, completely
Rehabbed, bank
appraised $385K. Open
house Sat 1/20, 10-12pm.
1085 Orleans Ct.
$1650mo.
Mike 904-651-5811
SOUTHSIDE -Ready to buy a
home? Want free, friendly
and support help? Call Gina,
Fla Homeowner Realty &
Fin Assistance 343-4462 all
for sale listings, first time-
time home buyer program.

SOUTHSIDE
100% Financing Bnkrpcy,
Self EMP, Invest OK.
Mark 904-233-4231
WESTSIDE Handyman
Special 3/1 $32,000 under
a p p r a i sal Call
904-635-6861 asking $113K

WESTSIDE
$139,900. Awesome new
kitchen, new windows,
beautiful hardwood
floors, 3/1-Cedar Hills.
$85,000. 3/2 NICE
INVEST. PROPERTY,
built in 1981.
CAP REALTY GROUP
(904) 777-0980
www.caprealtygroup.com
WESTSIDE 1719 Latour.
move in now $139,900 3/1
new ch&a roof carpet
1337 sq ft call owner JT
at 514-3538
WESTSIDE -Desirable
Murray Hill, 4625 Delta
Ave. Newly remod bun-
galow, 3/1, 1100sf, Ig
br's, best value in the
area. Beautiful wood
firs. $114.9k The Terra-
Mar Group 215-8666
Westside-Shindler
Crossing, near
NAS/Cecil
Commerce Ctr,
3BR/2.5BA w/loft that
can be used as 4th
bdrm/study, 2060sf,
ceramic tile, hardwood
flooring, sprinkler, secu-
rity, screened porch,
storage shed, etc.
$218,000 (904)349-3751
WESTSIDE No money
down, new construction
3/2, Miriam St.
$159,900. 904-993-3341
4A I/W Priced to
Sell-Nice 3/2, 1790
sf, formal L/D rm,
inside laundry sec
sys, 218 k, 646-1627


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For exceptional
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615 Atlantic Blvd.
Atlantic Beach,
Florida 32233
Office: 904-435-0131
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This updated 3/2 home features addit. room that could be used
il,1 ... .....; ,; .1 I 1, I >ld,fresh neu-
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cost allowance to buyer. Asking price is $239,900.
Call The Wright Team at
904-993-6160 for showing.


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Hidden Hills
Area
Executive home perfect for
small family. Decorated
like a model. 3/2 built in
2005. Great room with
ultra kitchen, wood floors,
tiled and covered porch.
$339,000 703-2259








Fernandina Beach
Home For Rent/Sale. 3/2
on Amelia IsI, Walk to
Beach, Downtown, Boat
Launch. Rent $975 or Buy
$215,000 Mary Caserta
Century 21 904-753-1048 or
904-261-5571. Leon Street
HILLIARD -3/2 home, LR,
eat in kit, Nice lot,
First Coast Realty
879-1008

Yulee/Fernandina Belles
River Estates 4BR/2BA,
2008sf, like new,
$239,000. All closing cost
paid. Serious inquiries
only! Call 225-1934 or
705-5453




BEST BIDDER SALE
Lake to Nature 4/2, 1
Acre, 2296 sf, New
Starting Bid $234,500
Open Jan. 27 28 (10-6)
Sold Sunday Jan 21
HIGHEST AND BEST
BIDDER
www.BidSunday.com
904-521-5247
DOWNTOWN -Lease/pur-
chase remodeled 2BR/
2BA, extra apt. $350k.
10% down $2800 mo. No
bank qualifying
866-219-2326

FRUIT COVE -FSBO
3/2.5, eat in kit, 3/4 ac,
shed & built in wood
rack convey, stone fpIc,
2 car gar, new roof, ac,
kit apple, $350k 230-4175
HANDY MAN SPECIAL!! 1
Vilano Bch, ARV $500k,
Needs Update,
Make Offer, 904-686-4717
ST. AUG. Builder has
several homes available.
$136,900 to $189,900. No
down payment programs
available. Call Randy
Brunson Realty 501-8100
ST. AUG. Custom 3BR/2BA,
3/4 acre, cul-de-sac,
vaulted ceilings, open floor
plan. $289,900. 904-797-7699






+ST. AUG. FSBO $199K4+
Almost new stucco, conc
blk 3BR/2BA, 2 car gar.
All appli. incl. 669-1035
www.infotube.net/141885




Waterfront

For Sale
Baker Waterfront
Clay Waterfront
Duval Oceanfront
Duval Waterfront
Nassau Oceanfront
Nassau Waterfront
Putnam Waterfront
St. Johns Waterfront
St. Johns Oceanfront
St. Johns Intracoastal
St. Johns Marsh Front
Georgia
Out of Area Waterfront


NORTHSIDE $355,000
3BR 2BA New Construction
Home on Navigable Water-
front Property. Enjoy gor-
geous views of the water from
every window in the back of
the home. Features 2000sf of
Heated & Cooled living space.
LR, DR, & FR with Gas Fplc.
CALL 904-631-3043



E. PALATKA Waterfront/
pool. 2100sf. 45mi's to Jax
Lease option.
$1500m/$579K. 904-233-5526



PONTE VEDRA BEACH
oceanlotforsale.com
$150,000 down owner
financing 904-387-4444




Condos

For Sale

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




ORANGE PARK Nature's
Hideaway 3/2, new gated
comm, $1000mo. rent or
rent to own, guar fin.
$5k min down.
Call 904- 276-6446




ARLINGTON/The Oaks
3/2.5, 1500sf, all appls
stay, fenced backyd, pool,
must sell $85K. 613-8329
AVONDALE Beau Rivage
Penthouse condo 2970
St Johns Ave, 12th
floor, 2 BR, 2 bath, den,
DR, approx 1876 sq ft,
covered parking, $335k,
4% co-op, 904-854-8630

BEACH
A Great Beach Buy
NEW JARDIN DE MER
CONDOS
BEACH BLVD & 15TH ST
MIGHT BE YOUR LAST
CHANCE TO OWN AT
THE BEACH 2-3 BDRM
Call For Amenities & Prices
Open Mon Sun 1 to 5 or
Appt. 904-241-2270 246-9268
4, Beach-Jacksonville
Highly sought
Waterford 3BR,
2.5 BA oceanfront,
1640sf, 360sf
wraparound balcony,
$860,000. Call 249-1666
Beach-Oceanfront
condo, 3 Bed/2 1/2
Bath, 1654sf w/350sf
wraparound
balcony on the 2nd floor,
right on beach. $860,000
249-1666
Intracoastal West,
Windsor Park 3/2, 1500sf,
gar oversized master,
in/out storage, vaulted
ceiling, FP. Great
schools, near Mayport,
Beaches & Shopping.
$194,900. 904-412-1355
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
ocean front condo 2/1,
top fir, corner unit,
elevator, pool & storage,
$424,900 Owner / agent
904-887-7053
MANDARIN -1/1, 845sf,
Bartram Park, $139,900.
Call Lana, Fla United
Realty Crop 904-703-2437
PONTE VEDRA 3/2.5,
like new 1800SF,
completely remodeled
904-373-0191 or 434-7012
SAN JOSE/Regent Place
Great loc. very nice 1/1,
pool, all appls stay.
$95,000. 613-8329

SOUTHSIDE -Stone-
bridge Condo, 9A &
Baymeadows, close to
St. Johns center, 3/2,
1400sf, pool, club-
house & fitness.
Owner relocating,
$189.9ok. Call 641-6856#


Osprey Cove




tom waterfront
home on a
S1.5- acre estate
Slot in exclusive
Golf and Country Club in St. Marys, GA. The
LandMar Group community is 30 minutes north
of Jacksonville, 20 minutes from Jacksonville
International Airport, 10 minutes from Kings Bay
Submarine base.
Home is in a woodlands setting on a quiet
creek with vistas of marsh and water, it has 4
bdrms, 3 baths, 2 half baths, large kitchen with
walk-in pantry, large island, SubZero refrigerator,
breakfast nook, large living room w/brick fire-
place, large dining room, study, 5 screened and
open porches. Screened deck is secluded with
solar-heated pool. Your own private deep well for
irrigation. Security system, plus protection of
gated community.
Just steps from the house, enioy 200+ feet on
the water, sit on your own fixed dock and keep
your boat at the 30-ft floating dock. Also, custom
kayak launch platform. Direct access to St. Marys
River, Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic. 3750
SF heated, 5500 sf overall. $1.6 million.
Mark McCumber-designed Par 72 golf course
named among top 10 in Georgia by Golfweek
magazine. Osprey Cove has a Clubhouse, Restau-
rant, grille, putting & chipping greens, driving
range, lighted tennis courts, junior Olympic pool,
cabana bar, fitness center, boat launch & dock.
Plus RV & boat storage. St. Marys, a historic sea-
port village, named the best small town in
America by Money Magazine.
For more details and photos, see
www.forsalebyowner.com, No. 20771184.
Contacts: 912-729-3810, ospreycovehouse@tds.net.


WESTSIDE FSBO 3/2.5,
1596sf new condo w/
garage, Collins Rd. 3 mi.
to NAS. $159K 269-5030


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





BEACH -Ofc Bidg for sale
New, Class A
medical/office building
for sale, 10,600 s.f.,
South Beaches off AlA,
fully leased w/ long
term, NNN leases.
Lv message for owner
904-591-3382 or e-mail
bmg'117@hotmail.com




INVESTORS!!!!
Vilano Bch, ARV $500k,
Make Offer,
686-4717



Lots and

Acreage

For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia




ARLINGTON -Lot, 75x125,
bldg or AAH. Fenced yd,
heavily landscaped. 8810
Free Ave. $35,900. 725-11 88
MANDARIN 2 improved
lots side by side private
Rd. Ragsdale Dr. $65,000
for both Call 904-262-3720
Wakulla Co., FL. 239ac,
App. 22 miles south of
Tallahassee & 10 miles
from St. Mark's Marina.
Exc. investment & rec-
reational property w/ 15
& 18 yr. old pine planta-
tion. $1,950/ac. Call
770444- 3511 or
4 04 8 2 5 3 6 3 5 .
www.southwooddev.com




PUTNAM COUNTY
7 acre block on Carraway
Church Rd. Zoned
AGR/.single family. $125,000.
Call Tony 334-0571 or Cindy
386-1009.


Bartram Preserve-1 acre
bldg lot. $269k. Receive
new car w/purchase.
Call now! (904)-940-0545
GEORGIA -52 ACRES
10mi from Swainsboro,
Ga. 42 ac, 1987 planted
pines, 10 ac hardwoods,
$3600/ ac. 904-502-8901
ST. MARY'S 3.2 Acres
on St. Mary's River
$55,000. Call 904-291-9743
WASHINGTON CO. 117ac
trophy deer, turkey,
food plots. $3000/ac.
478-552-3058/904-759-1215




Manufactured
Homes
For Sale
Baker County
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
Putnam County
St. Johns County
Georgia




Fleming Island-1.5
yr old condo in
Flem. Isl. planta-
tion. 1845sf,
3BR/2.5BA, garage.
Gated community, "A"
rated schools, pool, golf,
etc. 11 mi from NAS.
$1200/mo. (904)803-4287
ORANGE PARK Conti-
nental Village, lot 142,
DW, good cond, $19,900.
Guar Fin. $300mo.
Call 904- 276-6446
WESTSIDE 3br/1.5ba,
double wide large lot +
1/1 Apt. $51,200. Owner
fin. Call 904-997-9497
WESTSIDE in-house
Financing avail. Many
to chose from Three
Seasons, 6121 Collins Rd.
771-4053
WESTSIDE
REPO BLOWOUT !!
Many to choose from,
EZ financing. Low down pmt.
771-9055 or 962-1086
Ask for Emma.
Westside-14x66,
2BR/2BA, new
screened porch,
carpet, vinyl utility
shed. Many extras. 10
min from NAS, $10,000.
695-2094
SWestside-14x66,
2B R/2BA, New
Screened porch,
carpet, vinyl utility
shed, many extras, 10
min from NAS JAX.
$110,000. 695-2094

Need A Home? Call now
if we can't finance you
NO BODY CAN. Call
Sandy @ 695-2255

You can own YOUR
HOME by iust paying
the sales tax No credit
needed! Call 695-2255
TAX REFUND =
DOUBLE MONEY
& NEW HOME !!
( up to $2k)AII credit
accepted, new, used & repos.
In-house financing, 771-9055
SELLING YOUR
MOBILE HOME?
TOP CASH!! Old or New
or Assume Loan.730-8606


Misc.
Real
Estate

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





10,900+/- Acres in Florida,
own your own private pre-
serve where you can enioy
the best bass fishing, wing
shooting, and deer hunting
combination in the country.
With long-term develop-
ment potential on 2,000+/-
acres of private lakes. The
opportunities abound on this
property. $2,640 per acre.
Please call 478-960-6885
VA Land: 12 ACRES
River front $59,990K;
Also NC land: 30acs,
7mile view $109K
Pics: 919-693-8984
owner@newbranch.com





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

Sell As Is 2day
Any situation, condition.
No Equity OK. 573-2717
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Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




BAYMEADOWS,Beaches,
Mandarin, Riverside
Southside, Westside.
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week, also houses
for rent furn/ unfurn wk,
month. 9043025753

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g Northside
START THE
NEW YEAR
OFF RIGHT!
$575- $780
1,2&3BR's
Avoiloble!
Ashley Park
Apartments
904-757-0240
RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR,
ch&a, hdwd firs, clean,
good neighborhood, nr
hosp. $650m+dp 3846755
SAN MARCO LOFTS
One of a kind From $895
www. theloftssanmarco.com
1450 Flagler 904- 396- 9601
SAN MARCO
1 &2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -9492
WESTSIDE 1 room effic.
$475m+$250 sec. until.
incl. 328- 6662 call after
4pm or 695- 2445
HUD VOUCHERS WELCOME!
NEWLY REMODELED!
LARGE 1, 2, & 3 BR APTS
(904) 751 -1510





Callahan Lakefront
Studio Cottage. Beautiful
10 AC Farm. $500/Mo. Incl
Util + Cable, No Smkng.
904-277-3766 904-449-1694











Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





BEACHES Jacksonville
2br SFH, fncd bkyd,
turn, $1200mo. 427 Lower
8th Ave. 226- 1663


*Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





4 Argyle-Beautiful
4/2, fenced yard, on
cul- de- sac,$1375
monthly, N/S/.
(904)317- 6862 or
(904)541- 1050. PCS.
ARGYLE brand new 4/2
& 5/3 upgrades, next to
Argyle Elem. $1295mo -
$1395mo. 904- 236- 9889
LAKE ASBURY -3/2,
comfortable, in Asbury
Downs, 2 car gar, Ig
fncd in bkyd, $975mo.
Please Call 612-4912
MIDDLEBURG Paradise
Moorings Home Built
2004. 4bd/3.5bth
$2200/month. Lease
w/purchase option.
(800)785- 9889 Ext 291
MIDDLEBURG Lease
Option 3/2, 4 car garage
fen 1.5 ac. 2000sf. $1500,
call Mike 904- 838- 6603
MIDDLEBURG 3br/2ba,
2400SF, detached garage
4 ac, no pets, $1000mo,
$1000 dep. 904- 282- 9340

Eagle Harbor-3/2 +
den on water,
Immaculate Short
term, small pet ok. PCS
move. $1350/mo.
757- 689- 8454
Orange Park 3/2 study, all
brick, new cond, Great
neighborhood, fen yd, no
pets, $1150m 904- 610- 6463
ORANGE PARK RTO
new 4/3 in Eagle Land-
ing, $3500 moves you in.
$429K. Call 305- 812- 0523
ORANGE PARK 3/2,
1400sf, w/d, fenced, lots of
storage, nr river, $1075m.
904- 264- 4240/904- 343- 7608






Arlington upscale neigh-
borhood, 3/2, 2000sf, w/d,
dw, fplc, fncd, 2 car gar,
$1495mo. 90 4- 887- 4440
ARLINGTON Brookwood
Forest Sub, 2/2, 1112 SF,
garage. $1150mo.+dep
Call 904- 535- 2802
ARLINGTON 3/1.5, fully
renovated, near
Terry Parker H.S.
$1050m.904- 465- 3350
Arlington East 3/2, 2 car
garage, W/D, lawn
main. incl. $1350mo
$1000sec dep 904 463 7420
4 Arlington
3/2, bkyd, fenced,
pool deck, frnt
porch, dog house, 1
car gar, w/carport, 4car
driveway. 1700sf,
$1100/mo. Please Call
Robert: (904)234- 3652,
and leave msg/email
r.meggs@gmail.com
East Arlington LRG 4/2.5
2300sf, 2 car garage,
EXTRA CLEAN $1550mo
$1000sec dep 904- 463- 7420

INTRACOASTAL WEST
4/2/2, $1600 and 2/2 TH


INTRACOASTAL WEST
3- 4BR/2.5BA, on resid'l
lake, 2300sf LR, FR, DR
$1275m. 207- 841- 5114
INTRACOASTAL WEST
4/2, DR, LR, FMR, fpic
master suite, kit. nook,
cpt/tile $1400m. 262- 5401
LAKE SHORE- 2/1, 2nd
fir of Ig home, priv ent,
Oak fir, dog ok? kit
furn, $725mo. 874- 4164
MANDARIN 4BR/2BA, 2
car, pool, remod inside
& out, 1650SF, $1400mo.
rgway58@gmail.com

MANDARIN 222Gar-
den home, 1200sf, scrn
patio$975mo. 626- 3622
MANDARIN 4/2, quiet
neighborhood, large
yard, Call Jessica at
779- 6900 or 716- 6271
MANDARIN 3741 N. Ride
Dr. Immac. 2 story, 3/2,
Master downstairs,
$1200m.759- 9314/955- 3830
MURRAY HILL- duplex,
2/1, upstairs unit,
$675mo, No HUD 809
McDuff Av S.904 887- 4440

NORTHSIDE -3 and 4 br
homes, HUD ok.
Call 744-8118

NORTHSIDE -491 Mitch-
ell St. $750MO, 3/1, new
kit/pnt/ cpt 904-755-5381
NORTHSIDE Quiet,
Attractive 3/1 New
apple's & carpet, ch&a .
Spacious yd, privacy
fence, carport, $800mo
+sec. dep. 407- 456- 3334
OCEANWAY -3br with
office or nursery, 1.5ba,
remod, indoor laund,
first mo/ dep. / closing
costs towards purchase
after lyr. Call 509-5812
4 Oceanway
3B R/2BA-CH&A,
deck, Ig fenced
yard, Ig parking,
w/d hookup, screened
porch, curd pch, $900/m,
$900 dep. 707- 1298
ORTEGA Cottage 2/1,
ch&a, hdwd firs, reno-
vated kitchen, garage,
$925mo. 904- 861- 5247

ORTEGA FARMS
Cottages, 2br, iba, w/d,
$575mo. & 1/1 $475, no
pets/smkng 388-1335
PAXON 3/2 & (2) 2/1.5
ch/a, remodeled, fenced
yd. NO PETS. $600m+
$600dp. 354- 7396/766- 7572

Ponte Vedra 5/4, gated
waterfront comm. 3400sf,
built 2004 granite, 19x19
bonus rm $2950m. 881- 0895
n RIVERSIDE/Avon-
dale Studio/Eff
nice, great location,
$525mo+$500dep
util included. No
Pets 904- 384- 3420563- 5865
SOUTHSIDE St. Nicholas,
nice area, comp remod,
3/2, eat in kit, garage
$1200mo 904- 571- 9535
SOUTHSIDE
Springpark area, 3928
Adirolf 3/1, $650mo,
$650dep 731-7232
SPRINGFIELD
Open House, Sun 1-5,
324 E. 6th St.
Call Linda 904-633-9414

WESTSIDE 3/2, nr 103rd,
Irg kit., huge den, no
dogs. $950m+$700dp.
Avail 2/1. 904- 772- 1781
WESTSIDE 3/1.5 $950mo.
2420 Firestone Rd.
RENT TO OWN
904-838-7021

WESTSIDE -4br/2ba + 2
extra rooms, fncd yd,
$1099mo. fully reno-
vated. in quiet clean
n'hood, CH&A, land
Call 885-6917
WHITEHOUSE- New3,2,
2car gar, 2400sf, fpic,
comm. pool, w/d, $1400m
Call 561- 707- 7088

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








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REAL ESTATE
Dan Jones
& Associates, Inc
(904) 757-3466
www.ERADANJONES.com
Homes,
Townhomes, and
Condominiums
1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms
$450 $1800
In the
Following Areas:
Northside
Oceanway
Downtown
Arlington
Southside
Argyle
Westside
Hilliard
San Marco
Callahan
St. Augustine

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

RENT TO OWN
Beach-Atlantic. 50% Rent
Credit. 3br/2bth, new kitchen
appliances, new carpet and
fresh new paint. Low Down,
Average Credit OK Near
Mayport Rd and Donner
Buyer's Broker Realty
334-1315

4 3BR/2BA House-
1 car garage & car-
port, easy access to
S NAS, $950 plus
deposit, (904)291- 4316
SAmazing 3BDRM
w/garage, reno-
voted kitchen &
bathroom, new
carpet & tile floor, big
yard, call 387- 6022


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AMELIA ISLAND- 2500sf
on canal, split 3/2.5, Oys-
ter Bay, gated comm,
pool, tenn, possible lease
opt. $2000mo. 415- 0822
Fernandina Beach
Home For Rent/Sale. 3/2
on Amelia Isl, Walk to
Beach, Downtown, Boat
Launch. Rent $975 or Buy
$215,000 Mary Caserta
Century 21 904- 753- 1048 or
904- 261- 5571. Leon Street
Custom Brick
Home-4/3 Bdrm,
2BA, 2160sf.
Open- split firplan,
tile/berber flooring, 2
car garage, FL rm,
shed, fenced
(904)491- 7996$410,000





CR210 4/3 South Hamp-
ton Golf & CC house on
golf course, amenities
$1995mo. 904- 635- 6861
CR210/SOUTH LAKE 4/2,
2car gar, 1700sf, fpl, alrm
preserve lot on culdesac,
$1400m. 904- 742- 9891
CR 210 TOWNHOUSE
Brand New 3/2.5 Will do
short term. $1000 MO.
Call Wendy 813 2796

JULINGTON CREEK
- 3/2, 2 car gar, lawn care
incid, $1375mo. culdesac,
904- 233- 3112
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
TPC, Lakefront, Irg yd,
4/4, 3000sf, 2car gar,
appis, fpl, lawn care incl
$3000m. 904- 705- 5990
PONTE VEDRA BCH
Odoms Mill 4/3, 3 car
garage, yd care incl,
$2300mo. Call 273- 4590
PONTE VEDRA/Azalea
Pt/Reserve, beautiful 4/3
gated, w/d, sunroom, Irg
backyd, culdesac, lawn
svc incl. $2300m. 285- 8888
ST JOHN'S COUNTY
near Neese High School,
3/2, 2car garage new,
WD$1250mo904- 803- 8579
VILANO BEACH.
2/1 Oceanfront Cottage,
porches, W/D. $1150
mo+dep. 513-236-3342
World Golf Village/Heri-
tage Landing- New5/3
2300sf, 2 story, lakefront
$1475m+$1475dp. 1/2 off
1mo. rent. 904- 827- 0961


Baker
*Clay
Duval
*Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




FLEMING ISLAND
Open House Sat 1- 4,
$155k + buyer bonus,
2/2.5 Dana Peterman
w/ Vanguard GMAC
904- 294- 4937
ORANGE PARK 3/2, new
condo in The Preserves
at Oak leaf Plant.
$1100mo386- 527- 8664
ORANGE PARK- newly
remod 2/2 luxury river-
front comm. 1st fir, w/d,
$1300mo. Call 998- 8672




ARGYLE/Oakleaf
Plantation across from
Publix. Please call
Nancy 904- 415- 2005
BAYMEADOWS/ 9A
3/2.5, TH, 1655sf, end
unit, gated, pool, w/d,
$1250mo. Call 629- 0157
BAYMEADOWS 2/2 fpic
on lake 1st fir, scrn prch
Irg rms, pvt ent. sec sys,
NP, NS 975+904- 200- 6446
BEACH -Jacksonville
Costa Verana 3/2, 1730sf,
pool, 3 decks, $2500mo
utils incl 904-669-1169
Beach Jacksonville
Ocean Front 1/1 remod.,
granite, garage & water
incl.$1375mo. 881- 0895
Downtown Luxury lbr +
den, many amenities &
upgrades. Parking,
$1300mo+ 904- 294- 8412
Intercostal West 2/2
Avanti Condos on Ker-
nan /Bch all new, WD,
gated, pool $1100434 8118
INTRACOASTAL WEST
1/1 Lux Condo (New)
private lanai. $850mo
Call Tammy @ 887- 1187
INTRACOASTAL new
luxury 2/2.5, 1750sf,
waterfront, pool, gym,
gar, San Pab/ JTB
$2000m incl utils 904- 669- 1169
Intracoastal Waterway
Gated, new 3/3, 2100SF.
granite, garage, pool &
fitness. $1895. 881- 0895
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Exec. Condo, 3/2, with
garage $1650mo.
Call 904- 424- 7577
SAN MARCO New luxury
2/2, granite countertops,
S/S appls, 20th flr river
view, 1545sf, lots of extras
$1950m.904- 363- 2720
SOUTHSIDE 3/2, 1200 sq.
ft. washer & dryer, full
kit, garage, gated, Call
904- 400- 1143
Waterfront Gated Comm.
Near San Marco, Adorable
2 bedroom 2 bath, $750 + Dep
1-800-678-8365




Beach Ponte Vedra 3/2.5,
1800sf, new tile, total
renovated. Nr Sawgrass
904 285 6452 / 904-412 2455

PALENCIA gated condo
community 3/2, w/d, ceil-
ing fans, all window
treatments, $1250m. incl.
elect., water, Hi. spd int.
& membership amenities.
Sec. dep. req'd.
04- 307- 1957,904- 645- 9714
or904- 237- 3684
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
1/1 condo, gated com-
munity, w/d incl, $950mo
pets ok. Call 904- 607- 8336
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Gated, 1/den, fpic, view,
renov., non smoker $950
w/lease opt. 614- 7777
PONTE VEDRA BCH
Luxury 2/2 condo, only
18 mi SE of Jax.
Located at an exclusive
gated comm, complete
w/ clubhouse, fitness
center, indoor pool, and
shuttle srvc to beach.
Call American Dream
Realty 352- 338- 7505











Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia






INTRACOASTAL W.
Twnhs, 2/2.5 Wolf Creek,
Hodges & Bch, gated,
amenities, end unit, wded
lot. $1100oom. 810- 2322

NORTHSIDE Newly built
3B/2.SB, new appis, gar.
$1300m+lmo. dep.
Call 904.744.8657/314- 0240
NORTHSIDE 2br/lba,
central heat, near bus
line. For more informa-
tion Call 904- 768- 0035

SOrtega-Close to
NAS 2/2 townhouse
for rent, $700
deposit, $875 a
month. Available Feb
1st, Call 541- 0827


Baker
*Clay
Duval
Nassau
*Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




ORANGE PARK South
3/2 furn'd. Mature, clean.
Pref. fem. $300/mo incl.
utils. Ph. 652- 4711




ARLINGTON Avail now
$350m+1/3 until.
904- 315- 9213/904- 997- 9559
ATLANTIC BEACH pro-
fessional looking to
share 3/2 hse, nice hse in
quiet neighborhood. No
dep. $700mo + 1/2 until.
Call 904- 219- 4307
BEACHES, Furn'd rm,
all inclusive $400m MH.
No pets, N/S 904- 683- 1975
E. ARLINGTON- SWF, no
drugs, non smokers, no
pets. Share house, free
rent & until. Appt219 219- 2929
INTRACOASTAL WEST
3/2 $530 +dep, incl
elec/wtr, ph, cbl 228- 4449
INTRACOASTAL WEST
ATL/ SAN PABLO- priv
br/ba, furn/ unfurn rm
avail. Great pool home.
$500. lyve msg 220- 3104

INTRACOASTAL WEST
Great sub div. off San
Pablo $525mo. incls. BR,
bath, half of 2 car gar,
until's, comm pool/tennis.
male preferred. Call
Sandy 223- 1843 571- 5215
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Priv Bath, no Pets, ref's
$550mo. call 904- 588- 4544










Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St.Johns
Georgia





Rent, $700/month.
Sutil incl, 4BR/2.5BA,
New Home in
Argyle Forest. Call
(904)652- 5551




Arlington-Nice 3/2
home 8 miles from
Mayport for share,
$525 includes all.
Call home (904)223- 1843
or cell (904)571- 5215
T Arlington-Navy
Family looking for
female roommate
to share 4/2 home.
Near Mayport/Dames
Point. Alta area. Call
652- 3811, Avail, now
A Middleburg-Share 4
acre horse
Sranch- well- kept
cozy home, nicely
furnished room, $325 +
utilities +deposit. Call
612- 6646
SRoom for Rent
Near NAS Jax,
$400/mo. Includes
utilities & cable.
Very nice home, call
(904)779- 4660.
LUXURY ROOMS
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 7253343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211











Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





4 Mayport-2 BR on
Private fenced Lot,
off Mayport Rd, Not
in Park, $600/mo.
Dep, No pets, 246- 4461.

WESTSIDE Rentals
from $541 to $650, ready
for immed movein,
Three Seasons, 6121
Collins Rd. 771-4053

WESTSIDE 3/2 DW, priv
lot, fenced backyd, w/d,
ch&a, shed. $750m. incl
water, garbage No pets.
904- 635- 240(Y695- 9638

Lease to own 2 & 3 Bedrm
Low Down Pmt. 695- 2255


Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





Arlington- Regency Sq
Shady fence, private lot,
city water $300+dep.
(904)641- 0392




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Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





A Beach-Atlantic
Restaurant For
Sale-Breakfast/
Lunch/Dinner.
Military Owner being
Deployed, Must Sell
ASAP. $35k. 514- 5756









Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





ORANGE PARK Wells
Rd & Hwy 17, brand new
brick office condo, avail
Feb 1st. 904- 759- 3869


BAYMEADOWS/9A
Small to large office
space available now.
Call 235- 2040 Ref: 82

Jacksonville Beach 3rd St
1600sf, highway signage
Internet/phone Ready.
Furn. avail. 864- 6569

MANDARIN Ofc space
for lease. Previously a
law ofc. Approx 3500sf.
Call for details 673- 0744

Mandarin Office
Furnished. 12 Telephones and
Workstations, Ready to Go.
288-8500

SOUTHSIDE Lease for
office space suitable for
medical practice, look
at it at Bartram Park
Office, 4664sf designed
to be divided into 4
independent units of
approx 1166sf, Bldg is a
shell, interior build out
to be completed by ten-
ant. Landlord will pro-
vide buildout allowance,
for more info please
contact Sunil Sarkar
904- 808- 9902

SOUTHSIDE Lease for
office space suitable for
medical practice, look
at it at Bartram Park
Office, 4664sf designed
to be divided into 4
independent units of
approx 1166sf, Bldg is a
shell, interior build out
to be completed by ten-
ant. Landlord will pro-
vide buildout allowance,
for more info please
contact Sunil Sarkar
904- 808- 9902










Baker
SClay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia







MIDDLEBURG 2000sf
comm space for rent.
Located at 2751 Bland-
ing Blvd. Call 276- 2594







SOUTHSIDE
7200sf, 9600sf, 19,000sf,
or 33,000sf. warehouse.
Grade level. Common
dock available. Univ @
Powers. $4/sf.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356- 2228 Realtor










Baker
*Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




MANDARIN Retail space
for lease. Prior Beauty
Salon. Approx 1100sf.
Call for details 673- 0744

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

Southside/Westside
All New Retail Centers
Tenant Financing Available
288-8500








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




ALL CASH BUSINESS!
_ Local candy vending
route. $50k/yr. potential.
30 machines + candy.
$5995. Call Now
800- 704- 5414; BO#2547

BUY COMM'L SUITES.
Resell for profit/lease for
investment. 877- 794- 1274

CAFE/ WINE BAR-
Fully equip, turnkey,
$98k, poss. fin. 200- 9987

CANDY MAKING PKG
All supplies & eqpt incl
ASteal- $7500.904- 651- 8879

International Co.-Indep.
Jax team- needs team
members to sell pure,
safe, beneficial,botanical
products. 904- 536- 5626

LAWN MAINT. BUS. Est.
9yrs. Enclosed trailer
w/eqpt. & accounts.
Asking $50k, 904- 545- 1148

Vending Machines-2- Cold
Food, Soda, Snack
$1500 OBO. 334- 4365





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

WE HAVE YOUR
MONEY- Cash now for
structured settlements,
owner fin. mtg notes.
904- 858- 1824






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


CARWASHERS
Need 3 Carwashers
Southside location
F/T & Benefits
904- 493- 5245 Irene
Tr g TITLE CLERK MOTOR-
Private Instruction CYCLE DEALERSHIP
Schools n. Responsible for all phases of
Specialty Training/ title work processing, sales
Events records processing, supply
inventory control & order-
ing, filing, telephones,
knowledge of Excel & Word
a plus, errands. Must have
own reliable transportation
available daily. Fast-paced,
high volume.
FT Tue Sat. E-mail resume
& salary expectation to
nprice@hondaof acksonville.
REAL ESTATE com o fax 904-721-2480.
1 Week Day Class Feb 5
8 Week Eve Class March 14
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269.2555
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INSIDE SALES
Industrial distributor
looking for self moti
voted sales oriented
person. Prefer commer-
cial/industrial exp. Good
communication, data
entry, cust. svc skills &
stable job history. Resp.
for incoming calls,
counter sales, order
entry & cust contact.
Benefits. Non- smk ofc.
DFWP. Fax resume &
salary req's to
904- 356- 8856 or e-mail:
rdevers@bel Isouth.net




DENTAL ASSISTANT
for Org. Pk. Gen DDS
growing team. M- Th.
Min 2 yrs chairside Exp.
Top skills. Front office
duties too. Call 272- 2438
DENTAL TREATMENT/
FINANCIAL
COORDINATOR
Exceptional practice.
Great staff. 8 yrs dental
& computer exp manda-
tory. Call 350- 1685




DRIVER
Allstate Steel
needs flatbed drivers. 3yrs
exp. Home nightly. Hourly
+ OT + benefits.
Call904- 781- 6040
DRIVER FT/PT
Must have CDL.
Reliable, dependable,
Available now
Call 904.266- 1007

TRUCK DRIVERS
immediate openings in
the Jacksonville area.
Earnings in excess of
$40,000.00 possible.
Reqs CDL A with X T
and Hazmat. Home
every night. This is a
full benefit iob with a 30
year old company. You
may apply in person
between the hours of
8:00 am and 12:00pm at
343 Denard Ave. Jax, FL
32254. You may com-
plete an application
online:
everytruckiob.com under
companies, then select
Howco. You may fax a
resume to 727- 323- 2249
or email
gbarnes@howcousa.com





Tutor Wanted
Responsible high
school student to
tutor two 5th
graders in Math &
Reading. Call 241- 2339
between 6- 7:30M- F
before 8pm weekends.




BUILDING
ENGINEER,
Part time Experienced
in HVAC, plumbing, &
other building systems.
a plus. Must be
self- motivated and
task- oriented. Fax


Today Your


Future is Stronger.
ATM services. Electronic cash management and
distribution. Plus over 150 years of experience with
armored cash transport. Taken together, Loomis, Fargo &
Co. can bring your career into the future with more tech-
nologically-advanced solutions, new services, and more
opportunities than ever before. Put our strength behind
your career....and more promise in your future.


Our Jacksonville office has openings for:

ARMED DRIVER/GUARDS
$10.20/hour

Candidates must be 21 years ofage or older, have a high
school diploma/GED, good credit, clean motor vehicle
record, no criminal background and the ability to pass a
polygraph, DOT physical and drug screen. Must be able
to meet state requirements for handgun license/permit or
Security Officer Commission.

Please apply online at

WWW.LOOMISFARGOJOBS.COM

or call (904) 398-2090 for an appointment

Loomis, Fargo & Co. full-time employees enjoy a benefits
package that's one ofthe best in the industry, including
medical, dental, vision, disability, 4olk and more. EOE.
M/F/V/D. Drug-Free Workplace.







MANAGING CASH IN SOCIETY


Part Time Customer Service Support
and Computer Technical Support


For Czee CyberZone Internet Cafes

at Jacksonville Naval Air Station

Requirements: Basic computer technical & trouble shooting skills.
Network/software knowledge/PC gaming a+. Must have own
transportation and access to NAS, Jacksonville. Some nights and
weekends. Willingness and ability to respond to Corporate
Headquarters within set time.

Responsibilities include: Record keeping and revenue reporting.
Facility cleanliness. Assisting customers w/Internet access &
gaming, promotions and public relations.

Start Immediately. No Telephone calls.
Email interest and/or resume:
contact@resolutepartners.com




TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING

3-WEEK HANDS-ON TRAINING
FOR IN-DEMAND DRIVING JOBS!

COMPANY-SPONSORED
TUITION REIMBURSEMENTS

NOWVAAPPROVED!

IROADMASTER




(904) 783-3333
[8001 831-1300 WWW.ROADMASTER.COM


BUILDING ENGINEER
Recent Retired or sepa-
rated Navy Engineers
Commercial high rise
mechanic operator
needed for shift position
in a downtown high rise
office building. Full
benefits incl medical,
dental, 2 wks vacation,
sick leave, 401k, & paid
holidays, eeo, pre
employment back-
ground check & drug
test req. Apply at
chengbst@continentalasset.com,
or in person at 301W.
Bay St, # 210 or fax
(904)- 358- 2534


Environmental Tech
Entry level. Perform
Asbestos/Lead paint
survey's. Ground
water/soil sampling.
Experience in
environ/constr. field.
Cert. for NIOSH
582/Bldg Insp. a plus.
Will train.
Prof./Drug free a
must. Send resume to:
axadmin@ohcnet.com





DANCERS DANCERS
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 3991110






CARPET/EWATER DAM-
AGE TECHNICIANS
SExp pref but will train,
must have clean FL DL.
904- 777- 5771

Drivers
Messengers
$500 sign-on bonus!
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We
offer:
*Full Medical/Dental Pkg
*Company Matching 401k
*Tuition Reimbursement
* Paid Vacation
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
* Avg Annual Salary $29K
(includes OT)
Qualified candidates will
complete a:
*Successful Polygraph
examination
*Successful background
investigation
* Drug test/D.O.T. physical
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353- 4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010.

FLORAL DESIGNER
exp required Apply at
Orange Park Florist.
1940 Park Ave.
Call 2645120

FLORAL DELIVERY
DRIVERS Needed for
Valentine's Day. 2/13,&
2/14 All areas of Jax.
$6 per delivery We
research every delivery
for you. Dinsmore
Florist. SUV or Minivan
pref'd. 768- 7444

RETAIL HIRING
Cashiers, Laborers, Sales
Clerk, Cart Attendants
(Temporary, Part Time)
All shifts, weekends &
holidays.
FOOD SERVICE WORKERS
& LEADERS
Must have previous exp.
Please indicate position
applying for on applica-
tion. Fax resume to
Nexcom Personnel
Bldg 554, NAS JAX EOE

TRUCK & AUTO
DETAILER- Needed.
Some exp nec. exp o
plus. Need own trons &
valid DL. Starts at
$8 flat rate,
Call 631-9859 Iv msg.







AUTOMOTIVE TECH
RAY CARTER
KIA
Kingsland, GA
we AreAre Looking for
Experienced Automo-
tive Technicians, ASE
Certified to Join Our
Growing Team. In the
Top 10 Dealers
Nationally, for Cus-
tomer Satisfaction.
You Must be Able to
Keep the Highest
Level of Customer
Satisfaction.
Dealership Experi-
ence Helpful but not
Required.

We Offer:
Excellent Working
Atmosphere, Super
Busy Shop
Our Automotive
Technicians Compen-
sation is Above the
Industry
Full Medical & Den-
tal Available
401k Plan
SVacation

Do You Know
Kingsland is Only 20
Min. North of the Jax
Intl Airport? Come
and Grow with Us!
Call 912-510-8000 for
James Netherland


CONCRETE FINISHERS
Quality finishers apply
only. Residential exp.
Must have valid DL.
Northside call 924- 0006

CONCRETE CUTTERS
Exp req'd. Exc pay+
bnfts+ incentives w/long
time super co. Valid DL
req.757-7217, 800-396-1217


Construction
Management
Birmingham based
multi- family housing
general contractor
seeking candidates
for the following:
Estimator
Project Manager
Superintendents
Competitive salary
and benefits package.
Email resume to:
rwester@
arlingtonconstruction.net
orfaxto205- 263- 4063.


DRYWALL FINISHERS
(2) for iax area (River-
side Ave) able to hang,
tape, texture, & do light
carpentry and painting
trans & tools required.
Call Rob@407- 557- 7026

Electricians and Helpers.
Long term Jax projects.
Commercial & Industrial.
Local contractor.
Helpers $8.00 to $15.00.
Electricians up to $21.00
Based on experience.
Paid vacations, paid holi-
days and Health insur-
ance. Call 904- 779- 1755

PEST CONTROL
OPERATOR- Certified.
For Jacksonville area.
Please call Frontline
Exterminating Corp
office 480- 968- 1800

SHEET METAL
WORKERS-UNION
APPRENTICESHIP


Employment Applica-
tions Being Accepted .
Immediate Openings in
Jacksonville & Gaines-
ville. Wage & Benefit
Pkg. $9-$293hr dep on
exp. Call 866398-1838 or
904 -693 -1 070. Visit
www.iaxsheetmetal.org




LEGAL SECRETARY
Downtown personal
injury litigation firm.
FT position. Great ben-
efits, free parking.
Salary commensurate
with exp. Fax resume to
353- 2425






Medical Receptionist
Min lyr exp. req'd for
Complete Family care
on Westside. Fax resume
Attn: Robin 7867646.

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT/
NURSE PRACTITIONER
for busy, friendly Orange
Park family practice.
Bilingual Spanish
Fax CV 269-1140


BOAT DETAILER

related exp. a MUST
using wax & compound
Call Gary Longmire
904-651-4279


CHIEF ENGINEER and
CAPTAIN for Ex-Army
Tugboat in Jacksonville
Fairbanks- Morse single
screw engine, work in
Caribbean. 561- 753- 2797






ENTRY LEVEL ACCTG
FT/Class A office Bldg.
AR, Data entry, record
keeping. Email resume
w/salary req's. to:
sgrant@parmco.com

ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
Downtown. Clerical work,
ph work, preparing legal
documents, PT
Sflex AM or PM hrs,
bilingual Spanish a plus.
Fax resume to Janeene
904- 355- 1126






HAIR STYLISTS
Immediate Openings
Old Baymeadows Rd &
Southside Blvd. area.

or Email resume to
pckheavenside@aol.com






CASHIERS & COOKS w/
exp, 4pm-llpm, w/
transportation.
Northside location.
Call 9046260930

DANCE RS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

+DANCERS DANCERS+
Hiring dancers,
bartenders, waitresses,
security.
FLASHDANCERS
Westside's newest club
Call 389-8273

DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
9801 Beach Blvd.
641-5033

New Mediterranean Grill
hiring all positions for
Atlantic Blvd/San Pablo
Contact Rich 881- 5855 or
mary@zaitoongrill.com


Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110




$100-$500 A DAY. Retail,
wholesale, residual
income. National firm
expanding in your area.
Start immediately.
912- 614- 5399




CABINET SALES- Cabi-
net and granite looking
for Experienced sales-
person. Hi Commissions
Paid. 234- 2618

COME RC2IAL ALARM
SALES Local security,
fire, access and media
contractor has immedi-
ate openings for exp'd
salesperson to call on
the commercial & indus-
trial market. Exc ben-
efits pkg and automo-
bile provided. Mail
resume to Personnel
Dept, PO Box 16596,
Jacksonville, FL 32245

PARTS SALES FOR
CARS AS WELL AS
LIGHT & HEAVY
DUTY TRUCKS
Great Pay. Call anytime
904-680- 5061





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

DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
APPLY NOW!!!
People get huge tax
returns this time of yr.
Those people call cabs.
They call us.
Come drive for us!
YELLOW CAB. 493-5222
dfw.

Class A CDL drivers
For local hauling. Mini-
mum 2 years CDL req'd.
Call (904) 266- 2030 for
more information. Pay
$150- $170 a day & ben-
efits after 90 days.




REGISTERED
NURSE
Avail for priv duty/
homecare, 406- 4265





SEASHORE CRITTER
SITTERS- fordog
walking or sitting
Call 386- 5481 or 249- 5633





HOME DAY CARE
Northsidel Oceanway
area. Licensed. Limited
openings for full time
care 1 year & up. Please
call for details 714- 9986

SLicensed Child
Care-Orange Park.
Accredited,
CPR- qualified pre-
school toddler, fun
learning full/time,
part/time, (904)278- 8780

4 Navy Child
Development Home
Childcare-Loving,
Nurturing, Safe
Env. 24 hrs, short/long
term, Deployment care.
MC/Visa accpt. Cecil
Field. Pis call
Yolanda: (904)573- 0271




BEST Massage & Facial
Go W. on 103rd St. pass
McManus Rd. turn right
into Timber Run. $5. OFF
4465504 MM14752




Got Problems? Need


Answers? Psychic
Readings reveal how to
improve your life now,
Guaranteed. 904-787-9758


$7.9 billion
Is the economic
impact of the
military in
Northeast Florida
and Southeast
Georgia.
Advertise in the
military
publications
distributed at
the local bases
in the area.

To advertise
Please call

904-359-4336,
Fax 366-6230.


AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Furniture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
lKid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




4 China Set-Castleton
Mayfair Yellow
Rose Pattern from
1940s, includes serv-
ing pieces. $280 OBO.
(904)309- 3031
ORGAN -Victorian East-
lake, large, pd $3000, sell
$1500 268-8727
Rare Antique Haiti
Taverneau
Barbeque
Set-Plates- 10,
Small/Large Salad
Bowls, Pig- Shaped
Platter, $125. 771- 0249
SANLANDO DEPRESSION
GLASS SHOW.
Sanford Civic Center,
Sanford, FL. Fri. night
1/26 6pm- 9pm. Admis-
sion $6.00 good 3 days.
SAT 1/27 9am- 5pm.. 1/28
10am- 4prm. Admission $4.50
w/ad. $4.00




, Coffee Maker-
Black & Decker, 10
cup, digital display,
New, $32. 268- 2482


W/D-GE exc cond. $250;
Side by side white fridge
$100; 771- 5557/850- 529- 7497
W/D- Whirlpool, large
capacity, runs well, $300
Call 762- 8317
Washer/dryer set
$200 for both, good
working condition.
Tara: 301- 247- 7493
SWasher &
Dryer-GE Profile, 2
years old, white,
exc cond, asking
$450 OBO (904)803- 4287
4 Washer-Frigidaire
Gallery Front
Loader, Exc Cond,
extra large capac-
ity, white, $149. Call
(904)874- 5542

SWhirlpool Washer &
Dryer Set-About 2
,yrs old, excellent
shape, will deliver,
$340.994- 0100




AUCTION
10am Sat 01/27/07
18 rm Brick/Block Home
12br, 6ba, 2 kit, I ac land
Good area Bacon Co. Ga
hansfordrealauction.com
PH- 1- 80 962- 5715/GAL254




SNavy Chief Uni-
forms-36- 38 pants,
k 42- 44 Jackets, press
blues, whites/khaki
excellent cond, work
whites, belts, Call
(904)771- 4539




PAINTINGS T. Kinkade,
some rare editions, exc
below mkt prices.
215- 9105 or 360- 7070 x286
Sports Card Collection
250,000, approx 85%
baseball, 15% football,
basketball, hockey &
racing. Moving must sell
$15,000 OBO. For more








speakers, GEforce
OBO. Call (904)68716- 5061
or5n5- 3134
Computer
Pentium II 300MHZ
Computer and 15"
desMonitor CDp, monitor,



Drive 40GIG, Harddrive,
64 meg Memory $80.

speBattersLi ion for


HSTNN- B02, Never
Used, New: $95.00, ask
OBO.ing lust $60. 771- 045761







4 Panasonic Proiec-
tion T54V-56" 1 yr

Also 52" Projection

4 Pentium 300MHZ
Computer with 15"
monitor and speakRW








ers. 406HD, 64meg
memory, CDRW drive,
70. 15 monery-i- itor, $20.
HST249NN- 1666B02, Never






Used, New: $95.Playstation00, asrigi-
Panasl one cnt rol, one-






904 278-Als 522 e- 5530
4 Printer-Epson ink-
let for computer.
Compatible w/$7 ink
cartridges. $35.00.
(904)277- 8905.
(912)573- 2654
4 TV- 14 in RCA.
Tube type, flat
exo condo, front &
rear hookups, $40.
268- 2482




4 Area rugs-Neutral
& prices, contact
Tara (301)247- 7493


BED Absolute All pBrand

King $250 Queen $110
Memory Foamr fro $300
904-674-0405

BED- Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405


SBed-Red Corvette
Little Tykes, Like
New, 103" length,
53" wide, twin mat-
tress incl, $150.
904- 745- 9268


4 Black Lthr
3 sweater Theater
Seats-Recline to a
lay down position,
asking $800. 874- 8877

, Bunk Beds-Twin
top full bottom, red
metal frames, good
condition. Call
573- 2863.$100


4 China Hutch,
Diningroom Table-
t Table has one leaf,
4 chairs, all items
for $300. 904- 269- 4503


4 Couch-9ft, also 6ft,
recently refur-
bished, both in New
Cond. 612- 9998


4 Couch & Loveseat
Set-cloth material,
$75 OBO. Call
(904)372- 9113


S





18 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, I li.11 I., January 25, 2007


4 Diningroom Set
Yellow pine, 6
chairs/table, & leaf,
Very Solid, great
cond, $500 OBO. 268-8656

Diningroom Table
& 4 chairs- Brand
new, Ceramic tile
inlay in white pine,
$450 new, $200. 268-8656
DR TBL -Ethan Allen oak
pedestal, 2 leaves, 6chrs,
exc cond $500obo 710-7356
, Entertainment Cen-
ter-Solid pine,
honey color, holds
32" TV, and stero
stack, originally $800.
Exc. Shape. $100

LIVING RM SET 5pc., 2
sofa's, 1 matching chr, 2
ottoman's w/storage
base, 5 side pillows. lyrs
old. 904-823-1823
LOVESEAT Rocking
Recliner hunter green,
$125; 2 end tblis & coffee
tbl $75; call 693-4860
MATTRESS Sterns &
Foster CA King+box
spring, lyr new. $1650obo.
Call to try out 307-1178
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $175
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$95 Must sell 904-674-0405
MOVING, ALL GOES!
White DR, BRs, 2 outdr
bar sets, etc. 722-0902
ORIENTAL
Statues, BR, designer art,
lamps. 722-0902
SPatio Furniture-
Rattan, Haywood
Wakefield style,
couch, chairs,
otooman, tables, fir
lamp. Tropical uphol-
stery. $800. Call
(904)269-2258

Queen Bedroom Set
$800. Diningroom
set, $700. Livingrm
set, $600. Wicker
chest, $50. Lthr couch,
$300. (904)771-0470
Rattan
S Furniture-Sofa,
loveseat, chair
w/ottoman, glass
top coffee & end table,
$350 cash. Call
(904)384-1278.
SECTIONAL SOFA, 2pc
corner, brand new light
brown/beige. Must sell
$699. 904-278-0975
S Sectional
Sofa-Cloth, dark
green $300, oak end
S table $50, oak sofa
table $100. (904)349-3751

SSleeper Sofa &
Loveseat-With free
slipcovers, asking
1$200. 2 swivel 29"
bar stools, $300 for both.
Call 422-7428

Sofa-Great cond,
$175. 264-6364


4, Solid Oak 7 Piece
Dining Table-6
chairs, exc cond,
new, $750. Must Sell
$350 (904)629-0045
SToddler Bed
Good Condition, $50.
Call 573-2863


Twin Beds-NEW-
Mattress, box-
spring, rails, never
been used. Call
(904)491-7996. $550 OBO.
In Amelia IsI, Call while
they last!





ARLINGTON Moving sale
all week! Appliances,
car, truck, exercise
equipment, books and
more. 904-210-8716
CR220/Orange Park South
Drs Inlet-Sat only
8:30a-?, 2084 Tickford.
MANDARIN Moving Sale
Jan 26/27/28 8AM-2pm
Rain OR Shine.Kitchen
items,furniture,
bikes,etc 4973 Green-
land Hideaway Dr N
MANDARIN Multi-fam.
sale. Mostly furn.
Sat 1/27 & Sun 1/28 8a-2pm
11695 Sparkleberry Ln.
Northside-Sell your stuff
w/us. $8+. Pecan Park
Flea Mkt. 904-751-6770
NORTHWEST -multi fami
garage sale, Sat 8-?
12740 US Hwy 301,
Bryceville.
ORANGE PARK-moving
sale, collectables,
household goods and
more. Fri Jan 26th 9-5,
Sat Jan 27th 9-12.
2287 Birdwood Dr.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Ernest Hemmingway blk
Ithr/metal sofa, queen
ornate metal frame, glass
din. tbl top-6' bey. edge,
wooden cof. tbl w/inserts
riding mower. 705-5990
SAN MARCO Antiques &
Unique's. Sat 8-3pm.
1405 River Oaks Rd.
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA



S Hedge
Trimmer-Crafts-
man elect.
S "Bushwhacker', 20
in, both blades move for
less vibration. Scabbard,
never used. $40 268-2482



WEDDING BAND:
Beautiful 14kt white gold
diamond band. Appr $4500
Sell for $1500. 904-744-2600


BELLY BUTTON
RESALE SHOP
2294 MAYPORT RD. #15
PAN AM PLAZA
Mon-Sat. 10-6:30
Sun 10-4
Baby & kids clothes $1 ea
We buy & sell gently used
children items. Car
seats, strollers, toys,
etc. No appt. nec.
249-4040
A Step 2 Lifestyle
Dream Kitchen
Exc. cond, w/dishes
& food items, $50
OBO. Must See. Call
Angela 334-7547




C Compressor-
Craftsman- 1HP,
$50. Good Cond.
264-6364





Electric
Wheelchair- Invac-
are Torgue SP Pwr
tilt, excellent shape,
lists over $5000, sell $850.
Call 786-4591




& "Left Behind" Book
Series-Set of 13
hardbound, excel-
lent condition, $40.
(904)781-7076


"New" Tube
Smoker-2 entry,
cooking surfaces,
adjustable chim-
neys, single axle trailer,
2 in hitch, 12x6x5. Used
once, $1500, 693-4452
ABOVE GROUND POOL
3yrs old, 16' exc cond.
Incl winter cover & pil-
lows, detach ladder,
heating blanket. $900.
904-477-8879
4 Accordion-120 Bass,
black w/pearl, like
new, $500. Upright
vacuum, $20.
Antique milk can,
hand-painted, beautiful,
$45. 781-6222
A Hallmark store is closing.
Everything must go from
stock to fixtures.
1531 Monument Rd. 620-0414
CHURCH PEWS
15ft. Good cond, for more
info call 764-0303.
, Criminal Justice 333
Books-Exc condi-
tion, lowest prices
anywhere, Great
for St. Leo classes. Also
Religion 401 books &
Northern Anthology of
Western Lit, Eng 225.
Call Mary 612-9998
Dive equipment-
New, never used.
Also, DJ console &
equip. Call
Suzanne: 542-3849 or
389-6297


4 Dolphin Shaped
Coffee Table-End
tables w/dolphins,
ceramic. Golf
Clubs, balls, bags ladies'
Ithr coat, small 778-9167

Fiesta BBQ Gas
Grill-Exc cond,
35,000 BTU, w/side
burner, incI cover,
$60 OBO. Call Bob,
221-9139


Flagbox-Doghouse
style, 17"H, 26"W,
Beautiful Oak,
Like new, $50
(904)781-7076


Golf Cart-4/6 pas-
senger, new tires,
rims, charger,
seats. Lift kit. 11 hp
motor, delivery avail-
able. $1500. 813-9774
SKenmore Washer &8
Dryer-Late Model,
Exc Cond, Can
deliver, $225
786-1767
4 Old Milk Can w/Top
2ft tall, exc cond
$75. 268-2482
PORCH SWING -70" long,
canopy option, w/frame,
$100 obo 886-3360
POWER LIFT CHAIR -
Auto, $800; Mark 5
Shopsmith $500; Inva
Care Wheelchair $250;
Large upright freezer
$125; 904-268-5265
Razor-
Three wheelers $20
ea, boys' loin bike,
$30. Murray Lawn
Mower, $45.
(904)874-3023
Tony Boselli full
size cardboard
stand-up. 'Own a
piece of Jaguar
history'. $95 268-2482
4 Treadmill -100
Rolltop desk, $300.
Sleeper/sofa $100.
King Sleigh Bed,
$800. Chest of Drawers
$25. Mirrors, $25.
(904)272-7352


Trimline Phone,
$10, Men's Golf
Clubs, 15" Tires
Like New,(2), $95,
Box Springs, single.
317-6618
Washer/Dryer-Whirl
Spool, Large capac-
ity, deluxe, 3 yr old,
little use-$375. 2
piece wheeled luggage,
navy color, $2500.
781-6222
Wheels/tires, 24x10,
S extra clean, $2500.
Bowflex ultimate
w/everything extra,
1001bs, bowflex rubber
mat, $750 OBO. 272-3482



Gibson 12 String
Acoustic Guitar
1970 Vintage-Good
Condition, Hard-
shell case Incl. $150
904-616-3183


JANSON Console
piano and bench,
excellent condition.
Professionally
refinished and tuned.
$500 751-3958
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714-0141
PIANO Yamaha
CVP103, $1200,
246-4124
4 Technics Digital
Piano-Model
sx-PR305. Like new
condition, all books
incl. Priced to sell, $2500
OBO. Phone: 210-6062

a-I
4 35 mm Cannon
Camera-Pocket
size, sure shot 130U.
Used sparingly,
takes great photos,
w/box, papers, $50.
268-2482



CROSSBOW By Welder -
64 exercises, barley used
$250 obo. 904-742-0885
4, Golf Balls
Various name
brands, $3.50 per
dozen, 3 dozen for
$10. 786-4406 anytime
4 Home Gym
KPS-1850 Exc.
workout, like new,
Paid $1200, asking
$400. Great Christmas
gift! Call 220-4472
4 Pool Table For
Sale-7ft comes with
all accessories, Call
(904)652-3811
RIFLE-Custom made by
Rifles Inc.; Caliber
6mm/284 scope, 6x18x50
Swarovski paralax adjust.
100 precision ammo.
$4500; Pistol custom
made by HS Precision,
caliber 7mm/08, scope,
3x9x42 Kahles multi-plex
$2500; 904-838-4941
B Schwinn Tandem
Bicycle-All accesso-
ries, excel lent con-
Sdition, $175 OBO.
278-2926
4 Tailormade Quad
R7-400cc stiff shaft,
hardcover, exc
cond, $150.
(904)616-3183
WANTED: -authentic
white Nike Mark Brun-
nel Jersey 513-678-2475
4 Weight bench
w/attachment for
leg workout. $25
OBO. 372-9113





AIRFARE to Honolulu (4)
Must sell due to health.
$200 each. 904-346-1194
SUPER BOWL -NFL fan
needs Super Bowl tick-
ets. Please call
727-647-2468


*Adopt a Pet
* Pets & Supplies
* Livestock & Supplies
* Animals Wanted



100 Gallon Acrylic
Aquarium- Saltwa-
ter setup, every-
thing incl, Moving,
Must Sell, $500 OBO.
(912)673-9630
125 Gallon Cherry
Wood Fish Tank-
Must see to believe,
call : (904)778-2464
Affen-pinscher pups
1 M/1 F Ready now $450
Call: 673-3816
ALEXANDRINE
PARAKEET 2yrs old,
Ig vocabulary, standing
cage incld. $550.
Peggy 904-298-3542
Am Bulldogs CKC
tails docked M/F $400.
Basset Hounds $300.
Am Bullnese CKC $500.
Alma, GA. 912- 632-1777
Bichon Frise Puppies
Gorgeous white babies,
chasing tails, $650
727-726-4249 Clearwater
BICHON FRISE M/5mo.,
UKC, micro-chip, house
broken, $400. 225-0048
BICHON PUPS, M/F, reg
HC, hyper allergenic, non
shed, white powder puff
$800 & up. 904-501-4891
BOSTON TERRIER-
AKC, reg, parents under
10 pounds, $600
www.kuddlebugbulldogs.com
229-561-1009
BOSTON TERRIER Pups
AKC, great markings, 3
M vet checked/shots,
price neg 386-397-1331
BOXER pups, AKC, HC,
brindle/ fawn, $600
235-2483
CHIHUAHUA PU Ps-C KC
Reg, 10 weeks, S&W,
POP, 1 Male, 1 Female,
very small, $350. 1 Male,
4 months, S&W, POP,
separate litter, no papers,
$300. 845-7951 / 866-7352.
COCKATIEL Proven
breeder pairs w/cage &
nesting box. $75ea. Buy
4 or more pairs, will sell
for $60ea. Call 276-4522
DOBERMAN PUPS
Black/rust AKC with litter
cert, exc. bloodline F/$400
M/$600. 904-235-6738
Free 1 Year Old
Cat- Beautiful, Long
hair, Spayed &
Shots, (912)673-9630
4 Free to Good
Home-Cocker
Spaniel, 7 yrs old,
female, spayed,
registered, has all shots.
(904)270-5126, Ext 3092


-m
GREAT DANE AKC,
s/w, $650 845-2781. Ready
for Valentine's Day
GREAT DANES-AKC,
9wks, 5F/$600. S/W, HC,
POP. Down payments
accepted Appt904-692-1411
GREAT DANES-AKC,
fawn, harlequin, born
10/2 & 10/27 all shots and
worm ing, $500-$650.
Call 803-943-2206
GREAT DANE Pups AKC
CKC, UKC. Ready 1/16
Hrlquins, BI Merle, BIks,
herranch.org 904-259-7978
HAVANESE PUPPIES
AKC, females, health
certificates $1000-$1200.
407-973-8816/ 352-750-2130
ITALIAN GREYHOUND
F /10 wks, Blue w/White
crate trained $450.
612-4203 or 610-2373
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballfarm.com
LAB -AKC yellow, lyr, hs
trnd, vaccines current,
Price nego 377-6414
LABS AKC PUPS -
blonde, white, black.
Ready now!
912-632-7959 / 912-288-0479
LABS AKC reg, blk, S&W,
beautiful and healthy,
$300. 912-816-5608
LABS AKC, OFA cert,
raised w/children, Field
Trial Chmp bidln. fox
reds & yellow 229-561-0616
MALTI-POOS, YORKIES,
& Maltese. 912-422-3982
www.walkerkennel.com
PEKINGESE PUPS
$300, shots & wormed
912-276-4809
PITBULL PUPS Serious
buyers only, good homes
are a must. 994-9393 www.
your-it-resource.com/puppies/
PIT BULL -pups, ADBA,
POP, HC, 3F, 2M,
$500 382-1992
Pomeranian Pups AKC,
1BIk/F $575; 2 white/M
$525; 8wks. 904-537-7272
SCHNAUZERS -Mini, blk,
AKC, HC, 8 weeks, $400
Call 655-0754

Small Female Cat
beautiful black silk
coat, white chest,
with white boots.
Gorgeous green
eyes. Indoor cat
only, please. A
little bashful at
first, but very
loving once she
gets to know you.
Will be a loyal
companion.
Please call
349-8833

WEIMARANER Puppies
AKC, health certificates,
silver, 2 male 2 female
$450.00 (St Augustine
area) 904-824-2459 or
904-669-5603


Yorkies Pups AKC 1M
$800; 2F $900, 1st shots,
ready to go! 521-2273

Yorkies Pups AKC male
$800; F $900, 2st shots,
521-2273 health cert

V PUPPY SALE V
$499-UP
Labs, Huskies,
Labradoodles, Schnauzers,
Maltese, Pekingnese
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646


Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Trailers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease



GREEN COVE SPRINGS
40x50 Hanger w/effic. apt.
on acre+land in flying
comm. Accomadates 2
planes $600m. 904-282-4289



S Yamaha
Waverunner '00
Great shape, $2900.
Trailer incl.
H (904)277-8414
/W(912)882-2412
23.6 Rinker Cuddy
AUCTION 1/28/07
Start 3pm. @ $15K.
w/3' swim. plat. & trailer.
Like new 350hp. Merc.
Bravo 3, twin prop. Top
spd65mph New 9/01 mint
cond. 262hrs. 904-233-1159.

42' Regal Commodore 360
'86, for full spec & pics
aussirich@aol.com $40K

S9'4" Long 55" Beam
Hard Dinghy
Polyehylane con-
struction, 2 Rod
holders, oars incl, spa-
cious, $400. 616-0581

WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440


AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039
1-800-541-6439
Allegro Motor
Home '98-21ft, GMC
V6, Motor APX, 35k
miles, Loaded,
$5000, (904)378-1780 for
appointment.
Fleetwood Wilder-
ness '05-25' loaded,
like new, 6' slide-
out, 18' awning,
must go, TOP. Call
Keith (912)673-6303

Jayco Quest
'00-25ft, 5th wheel,
microwave, sofa,
manual slide out,
AC, am/fm/CD, war-
ranty, $8500. Paul
278-8903/599-5743
Onan Gen. 4000 kw
micro lite RV-Less
than 100 hrs, $750
OBO. Call Bill
(904)315-5765
RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Low Overhead, Low Prices
Do Us Both a Favor-
Come Check Out Our
Inventory & Prices
Before You Buy an RV
Family Owned.
NO PRESSURE
(904) 7149939
6141 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan park Flea Market





SFor Sale By Owner '03
*Suzuki GSXR 600*
I Blue & White color, I
SLow Miles (5,100)
Garage Kept,
I1 owner, Must Sell. I
Blue Book Value
$5400. Selling for
payoff, ONLY$3800.
Price includes 2 hel-
mets + riding jacket.


BMW F650
'97-Under 3k miles,
S white, excellent
condition, hard
bags, $4250 neg. Call
(904)945-6881 or
(904)771-2175
Goped Sport-Gas
Scooter, Model
#S34109, $100 ea,
two for $150 ea.
New tires, run exc.
386-8154
Harley Dyna
Wideglide '98-23,200
S miles, Red, xtras,
cover, shop manual,
garage kept, excellent
shape, $11,500 OBO
993-3767
& Harley Davidson
Sportster '98-1200cc,
Loaded w/chrome,
runs excellent, ask-
ing $7500 OBO. 866-7431


4 Harley Davidson
883 XLC '01
13,320 miles, VGC,
Many extras, Fwd
controls, Windshield,
backrest, luggage rack,
Highway bars, Saddle-
bags, $5,900 OBO.
(904)548-1161

, Harley Davidson
'87-EXSTC, beauti-
ful bike, all new
sheet metal, 10k
miles, runs A+! Cus-
tom parts, $7000 OBO
(904)619-0984
4 HD 883 Sportster '03
8200 mi, Lots of
chrome, touring
seat, windshield,
detachable sissy bar.
exc cond, $5700 OBO
673-8733
HD883 XLC '01-
13,320 miles, VGC,
many extras, fwd
controls, wind-
shield, backrest, lug-
gage rack, hwy bars,
saddlebags, $5,900 OBO.
(904)548-1161
e HD XL1200C Sports
ter '01 Drag Pipes,
Lowered front &
back, windshield,
sundowner seat, lots of
chrome, factory purple,
reduced to $6800.
(912)576-5540
SHonda 750R Night
hawk '98-$750 OBO.
Tyrel, (904)505-9230
HONDA CBR1100 '98,
Super Black Bird-tricked
out-chrome rims, lights,
ext. swing arms, new
tires, 20kmi, mint cond
$4700firm. 904-434-2466,
, Honda CBR600F4i
'02-13k miles, black
& yellow w/match-
ing helmet & jacket
$3500 OBO. (912)222-2060
4 Honda CR125 '98
$1800. Like new,
Runs Great, Low
hrs, New Fenders,
sidecovers, handlebars,
grips, 608-0388

'00-11k miles, $3000,
Call (360)649-5056
4 Honda Valkyrie '99
1500cc, 6.5kmi,
stored for overseas
tour. New tires,
runs great, $10,000 OBO.
904-225-0509/301 -379-8203
4 Kawasaki Vulcan
900 '06-950 mi,
Ocean Metallic
SBlue, 2 helmets, 1
riding jacket, pair of
gloves, all for $7,000.
Call John (904)710-6184
C4 RC-51 '01
Mint cond, Garage
< kept. 5200mi,
extras. $7000firm.
Call Jamie 864-6699
4 Suzuki DR650SE
Dual Sport, '06-
1800mi, Paid $5900,
sell $5400, Great
Trail/1-95 bike, Fast.
912-322-1953
4 Suzuki DRZ80 '01 5
spd, oil infection,
runs good, 2 stroke,
$850. (904)553-4508


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Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443




TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlntic Blvd. 725-0911

6914 Blanding Blvd. 777-2500



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



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111

NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700

PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181




COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777

CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200

JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036

PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macclenny 259-6117

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711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282

NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



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2330 US1 South 354-4421

CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN

Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416

MIKE SHAD

CHRYSLER JEEP

1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



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


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duty Headquaters
PAUL CLARK

FORD-MERCURY
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673

GARBER FORD-MERCURY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325

MIKE DAVIDSON FORD

AT REGENCY
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060

MIKE SHAD FORD

OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673



NIMNICHT PONTIAC-GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826

COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310

GARBER GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502



COGGIN HONDA ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800

COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy. 1 S. 1-800-456-1689
HONDA

OF THE AVENUES
11333 Philips Hwy 370-1300

LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277



HYUNDAI
of ORANGE PARK
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900

KEY HYUNDAI
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200



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



MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlntic Blvd. 642-1500



ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421

CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300

FRANK GRIFFIN

Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033

MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP

ON CASSAT
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792

RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454



COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210

RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078



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895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
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MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500




LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000



NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100

GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Bbnding Blvd. 777-3000




LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
www.lotusofjacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992



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




BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd, 724-1080



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI

at the AVENUES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
www.cityautomotive.com

CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com

CITY MITSUBISHI

of ORANGE PARK
7505 Bbnding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com



COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900

COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy 880-3000

MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621

PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 South, StAug. 904-794-9990

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



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

NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826




BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.

10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



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





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SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145

SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
8105 Blanding Blvd. 779-0071

SATURN OF REGENCY
8600 Atlantic Blvd. 725-8200






KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700

CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlntic Blvd. 998-7111
www.cityautomotivecom





ARLINGTON TOYOTA
10939 Atlantic Blvd. 302-6762

COGGIN TOYOTA AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338

KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngerman Circle. 771-9100

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

ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 389-4561




VW OF ORANGE PARK
1481 Wells Road 269-2603

O'STEEN VW
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911




O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486




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AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694






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6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

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

Lexus of Jacksonville

Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlntic Blvd. 998-0012

Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439

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Suzuki Hayabusha
'05 Red & Black,
exc cond, lowered
4" track swing arm,
full Hindle exhaust,
175hp,4200 miles, $10,500
OBO 477-2153 or mphil-
lips@grimeslog.com
VESPA 200cc '06, 500mi,
immac. cond, all extras
$4200. 993-5102
' Yamaha R6 '06 50th
Anniversary Edi-
tion, yellow, mint
condition, All
extras, $10,500 OBO.
477-2153 or:
mphillips@grimeslog.com
Yamaha RT100
'99-Dirt bike, exc
cond. Great begin-
ner bike, $800.
(912)576-5007
Yamaha V-Star
Silverado 1100 '05
Low mileage, exc.
cond., saddlebags,
windscreen, $8,000. Ask
for Ed: (904)786-6843



k 4 Tires & Rims
p205/75/R15, 15k, 6
lug, fits Colorado /
Japanese pickup.
$125 Call (904)879-2992
A 4 Tires Size 235, 65,
R17 Less than 5k
inm, $350 OBO.
542-2445 x-118
Dodge Ram-Stock
17"-Tires & wheels
I (4), less than 10k
S mi. Tire size:
P245/70R17, exc cond,
$350. (904)535-0002
, New 15" Tires Fit
Explorer, Suzuki
Vitara. $90.
317-6618. Lve msg.





1967 Pontiac GTO hard
top, very clean & rust
free. $28,000. 386-328-9575
TOYOTA FJ40- '74, Land
Cruiser Jeep. $10,000
Great cond obo 230-8458



ACURA 3.2TL '02
Champagne/tan
Iteather, extra low
miles. $15,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA A4 CONV.
'04. Only 26,000
miles, like new.
$30,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Acura Legend
'92-4dr, Loaded,
Dark Grey, Runs
great, $2900. Call
RJ (912)510-7215/
(91 2)467-3348
7 ACURA RL'01
Extra low miles.
Beautiful. $12,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA RL'02
Fully equipped,
only 50,000 miles.
$19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA RSX '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD, beautiful.
$21,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( ACURA TL '04
Fully equipped,
leather, C D,
sunroof. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y ACURA TSX '04
White/tan leather,
Z fully equip, only
3,000 miles. $21,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y AUDI A4 Quattro
'04. Leather, CD,
sunroof. $21,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BUICK LESABRE LTD
'02. Leather, Loaded, 79K
miles. $9975. 699-9669


BMW 330 Cony. '03, blue
w/tan leather inter.
Loaded, 48kmi,
$25,900obo. 904-945-5003
1 BMW 525i '06
White/tan, like
new. $40,980.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SBMW 5251
Stationwagon
1994
| 230,000 mi fully |
Serviced, Good
Condition $3000
(904) 813-9018j

71 BMW Z4 '03 2.5i
EExtra low mi, fully
Fu equipped. $22,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Buick Park Avenue
'95-170k miles,
$2,000 OBO 476-3394
y CADILLAC DHS
DEVILLE '02
Z Fully equip. $13,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC DEV
ILLE '04. Fully
equipped. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CADILLAC CTS'03
Platinum, Leather, 5spd,
Loaded. 42,000,mMiles.
$16,975. Call 777-9119








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CHEVY AVEO'04
LS. Only 23k miles,
fully eqpt. $10,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Chevy Camaro '01-
SS, convertible,
Red/black, 20"
chrome, DVD,
sound system, chip k&n
charger, 6spd, 34k mi,
$25,000. 908-3950
4 Chevy Camaro '01-
SS, conv, red/blk,
20" chrome, DVD,
sound system, chip
k&n Charger, 6spd, 34k
miles, $25,000. 908-3950


61 CHEVY COR-
VETTE '05. BIk/
Z blk, Nay, 2nd glass
top, like new. $40,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SChevy Corvette
'76-with 383 turbo
350, 3.73 rear end,
all recently rebuilt,
black on black, t-tops.
$9,000 OBO.
(912)674-2236, Nick
SChrysler Sebring
Convertible '97-47k
miles, super clean,
612-9998


SChevy Corvette '85
Targa Top, Runs
great, asking $7500
OBO. Call 866-7431.



A Chevy Malibu'98
Auto, 4 cyl, 2.4L,
4dr, New tires &
battery, runs great,
$3400 OBO. (904)708-5530.
(904)278-5224

CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER '05.
Z Leather, CD, White/
tan leather. $19,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chrysler 300C '05
Deep lava/red pearl
coat, 27k mi,
Garage kept, exc.
cond, all options except
nay. $29,700 firm.
(904)287-4159
4 Chrysler Fifth Ave
Mark Cross Edition,
'90-AT, Loaded, V6,
Only 98k mi, New
Paint, Tune up, new CD,
Amp & Spkrs. $4000
(904)294-8186



CHRYSLER
CROSSFIRE
2004
"Blazing Red"
MOTIVATED
SELLER!!
Loaded, 30,000 mi.
7/70 Warranty, exc.
cond. asking
payoff $23,500
612-8015

CHRYSLER 300 '05
Fully equipped
$15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM '06
Black/black,
Navigation, sunroof, CD,
custom wheels $34,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Chrysler PT
Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4 cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, fin, $12,000.
908-3950
4 Chrysler PT
Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, $12,000. Call
Erin 908-3450


CHRYSLER SEBRING
'02 LXI Convert. Loaded
Lthr, 52k. $9975. 699-9669
DODGE CHARGER '06
Chrome 22" rims. 3 to
choose from, starting at
$17,995. (904) 571-8134
DODGE
CHARGER'06
Daytona Edition,
Navigation, CD, sunroof.
5000 miles. $29,420
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE INTREPID'03
Low miles, loaded
$110/mo WAC. 571-8134
4 Dodge Neon '98-
Red, good interior,
transmission, needs
repairs, $500 OBO.
272-4528, after 5pm
FORD FOCUS '07, 2dr,
sport coupe, loaded,
3kmi, $13,500. 502-7343
FORD MUSTANG GT '01
Full power. $8995
Call (904) 571-8134
Ford Mustang GT
'00-5spd, 97k mi,
Good cond, new
heater core, $8500
OBO. (912)322-7801


4 Ford Mustang '02
V6, pony pkg, Red,
$7,999. Great Condi-
tion, One owner.
Call 912-576-2756/573-4009
FORD MUSTANG
GT '05. Only 2650
miles, speed, like
new. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


FORD MUSTANG
CONV '03. Fully
D equipped, only
38,000 miles. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
FORD MUSTANG GT '00
V8, 5spd, leather, loaded.
$8400 custom stereo syst,
low miles, exc cond.
$12,975. Call 699-9669
FORD MUSTANG GT '97
White, AT, loaded, low
miles. $7975. 674-4444
FORD TAURUS SES '05
Loaded, low miles.
$199/mo WAC. 571-8134
FORD T-BIRD -'05, 50th
Anniv, loaded, $30,200
591-6681
HONDA ACCORD '00
2 door Coupe, loaded.
$150/mo WAC. 571-8134
4 Honda Accord LX
'96-Sedan, 4 cyl,
l auto, all pwr, exc
gas mileage, great
student vehicle, $5000
(904)294-6946
Honda Accord
.L '03-EX, V6, Loaded,
DVD, 6CD player,
sunroof, new tires,
44k miles, exc cond,
$16,195 Call (904)874-5542


X HONDA CIVIC '06.
3K miles, 4dr, like
new. $17,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA CIVIC '06
Only 3000 miles
$18,900
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA S200 '02
Only 28K miles,
Like new. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 INFINITI G35
COUPE '04
White/tan, Beau-
tiful. $26,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINITI G35
COUPE '03 Extra
low miles. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SInfiniti 130 '97-Gold,
4 dr, Loaded, New
tires, $4900 OBO
(912)510-7215/
(912)467-3348

JAGUAR S TYPE
4.0 '02. Only 40Kmi
Beautiful. $17,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S Jaguar XJ6
'94-155k, loaded,
runs, exc cond, New
Tires, $4500. Call
294-8186


LEXUS ES300 '02
Silver w/Gray Leather,
Loaded, 58K miles.
$17,975. Call 777-9119
Lexus SC 430 new 2005
Rare amethyst, 180Omi,
all options. $50K. 810-7653
LINCOLN TOWNCAR -'97
Cartier, Pearl, 102k mi,
cd, clean $5k. 268-8727
( LINCOLN LS '03
Leather, sunroof,
CD, fully eq $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '98
Blue/gray leather. 39,400
miles. $10,975. 674-4444
LINCOLN TOWN CAR '01
Signature. White. 29,800
miles. Perfect cond!
$14,975. Call 674-4444
MAZDA 6 '04. Auto, low
miles. $219/mo. WAC
Call (904)571-8134
MAZDA 626 LX '00
70kmi, auto, AC, all pwr,
new CV joints & belts.
$4950. 778-1839
A Mazda Miata MX-5
'01-Exc condition,
green w/black int,
$8700. Call Mike:
(912)882-2412 or 277-8414


Mercedes Benz C240
'03 Silver Beauty,
S Sunroof, disc
changer, deluxe
package. Great Ride.
$19,500 OBO. 505-4780


MERCEDES C230 '99
Kompressor. Black,
leather, loaded, 76K
miles. $13,975. 674-4444
MERCEDES C240 '02 4dr,
White/beige leather,
moonroof, loaded. 47,100
miles. $18,975. 674-4444
MERCEDES E320 '00
Wagon. Champagne/
leather, loaded, moon-
roof, CD, Extra Clean.
$12,975. Call 674-4444
MERCEDS C-220 -'96,
green, w/tan int. $4000.
Call 284-1489
MERCURY
GRAND MARQUIS
(--'00. Fully equipped,
only 60K mi. $7980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Xtra
low miles $13,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Only
27,000 mi. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS '03. White, at
ac, loaded, extra clean,
low miles. $9975. 777-9119

& Mitsubishi Eclipse
'01-Spyder, 83k
miles, red, runs
great, brand new
top, $7500 OBO 270-7068

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
-'99, loaded, call 264-4716
or see at carsoup.com
NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06
$17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Nissan Altima '97-
$6800, 4dr, blue,
Runs great, cold AC,
(912)510-7215 or 467-3348
Must Sell.

4 Nissan Sentra '90
39k on completely
rebuilt car, new
paint, tires &
brakes, $2400 268-7262


4 Nissan Sentra '89
New front end,
struts & tires, 60k
on new engine.
$1850 268-7262


PONTIAC VIBE '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SPontiac Bonneville
Brougham '76- 46k,
original miles, looks
& runs great, all
pwr options work, Clas-
sic, $7000. (904)803-6283
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
GTP '03 Red, leather,
moonroof, loaded, 69K
miles. $1 1,975. 674-4444
PONTIAC Sun Fire L4
Coupe '02, 2door, silver
grey, auto tran, great
air, pwr sunroof, 24,400
mi, like new, $7000 obo.
904-695-0405 or 338-1800
y SATURN L300 '03
Gas Saver! Fully
equipped. $10,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SATURN SE2- '99 fully
loaded, at, 126K mi
$2,800 obo. 764-7052
SATURN SL2 Wagon '97,
fully loaded, 97kmi, auto
CC, new tires, clean, Ithr,
$3800 obo. 742-0536
,, Toyota Camry LE
'05-White/gray inte-
rior, tinted win-
dows, CD, Am/FM,
Loaded, private owner, 4
cyl, 14k miles, Call
491-7996


MAZDA RX8 '06. Auto, TOYOTA CAMRY '03 low
low miles, must sell. mi, great buy, moving
$389/mo WAC. 571-8134 out of town$9995 571-8134


TOYOTA
COROLLA S '04
4dr, auto, gas
saver. $9880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y TOYOTA CAMRY
LE '05. Leather,
9 sunroof, CD $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
t Toyota Camry '99-
AT, alarm, 96k, exc
cond, great car,
$5600, 273-6278


TOYOTA COROLLA S '02
4dr, AT/AC, loaded. 66K
miles. $9975. 425-4320
TOYOTA SOLARA '00
Leather, original owner,
low mileage. $7800
Call (904)637-9058
or (904)626-6616
TOYOTA SOLAR
CONV. SLE V6 '04
White/tan, BBS
wheels. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
'04. Diesel, moving sale
must go $13,995. 571-8134
y VOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT GLX '03
V6. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Volvo 960 '94 A/C, AT,
LEA, PW, PS, 120K
miles, memory seats,
sunroof,V6 engine,
cruise control,
driver/passenger air
bag, tilt wheel, alloy
wheels. $2,700.
904-338-5861.
(y VOLVO X70 '03
Wagon. Leather,
CD, sunroof, extra
low miles. $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y VW BEETLE '05
Conv. Leahter,
CD, auto. $23,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
VW SUPER BEETLE '74
Antique, purple. Less than
20K mi. Tinted windows,
new stereo, runs great,
$5K OBO Ph. 285-5566

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ACURA MDX '01
Champagne w/Beige
Leather, Loaded, Mint.
$15,975. Call 777-9119
,t Chevy Blazer
'99-V6, 4dr, Ithr, 90k
mi, silver, $5k OBO.
Must Sell
(912)510-7215/
(912)467-3348
, Chevy Silverado '94-
Step side, Good
work truck, daily
driver, recent
tune-up, 200k mi, $2900.
282-2485

t Chevy Silverado '06
Crewcab, 4x4, 16k
miles, 9 in lifts,
fully loaded, $27,999
Call Adam, 568-8090

4 Chevy Silverado '94
Ext cab, 221k mi,
PW, PDL, cruise,
cold AC, New fuel
pump, front suspension
components. $3200 OBO.
729-4625, leave msg.
& Chevy Suburban
LTX '06-Black
leather, DVD, nav,
sunroof, must sell,
40k OBO, any questions
call (904)234-2337


SChevy Tahoe '02
Low miles, Pewter
rower, lthr, TVs,
Spkrs, lifted, New
BFGMUD plus MDRE
$23,500. OBO 272-3482
7 | CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER '02 4x4.
Fully equip $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE 1500 SLT'02 Crew
Cab. Red, tv/dvd, loaded,
61K mi. $14,975. 674-4444
DODGE C-3500 2001
Diesel, 130K mi, exc
shape $14,500; 654-4926
4 Dodge Magnum
SXT '05-Upgraded,
V6, Black, Grey
Lthr, 6 CD, Like
New, Factory Warranty,
Must Sell! $17,500.
(843)-408-6897
A Dodge Ram
'05-1500, Off Rd
Pkg, Loaded, Like
New, Many extras,
20k miles, TOP Call
Keith (912)673-6303
A Ford Expedition
'02-Eddie Bauer,
Great Cond, 69k
miles, 6 disc CD,
tow pkg, Call 334-1328,
$15k OBO.



or (912) 576-4284
FORD EXPLORER SPT
'02 2dr, 5spd, Loaded, CD,
68K miles. Very nice!
$7975. Call 777-9119
Ford F-150 '00
Supercab, custom
paint, wheels, pio-
neer + CD, stereo,
flowmaster exhaust sys-
tem, $8,900 (904)742-2763
4 Ford F-150 Lariat
'00 Supercab, 73k
miles, 4drs, 4.6 V8,
all pwr, leather,
cruise, tow pkg, Tint,
bedliner, bed cover,
remote entry, $11,000
993-3767
4 Ford F150 '00-Super
cab, custom paint,
wheels, pioneer +
m CD stereo, flow-
master, ex. system. Call
Patrick: (904)742-2763
SFord F-150 '95
TEddie Beauer, 4x4,
cam manifold chip
heads. Hard top on
bed, $6500 OBO. Call Bill
315-5765

4 Ford F-150 '00-XLT,
silver/grey, 145k mi,
L cold air, premium,
sound w/pioneer
tuner, new tires. Blue
boko $6500, $6200.
(912)882-7282
FORD F150 XCAB '02
Red Sport, V8, AC,
Loaded, moonroof, 75Kmi
very nice. $14,975. 777-9119
7 FORD F250
SUPER DUTY '03
Turbo Diesel, only
36k mi., $24,880 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A4 Ford F350
'06-Crewcab, DRW,
tl 4X4, fx4, V10, AT,
14k miles, tow pkg,
$30,000. Beautiful truck,
(904)270-5126, Ext. 3092
Ford F350 "05 FX4
Lariat, blk, CC, diesel,
loaded, very nice, warr,
17Kmi. $35K 904-783-4588

FORD RANGER XLT '01
Stepside Quad Cab
V6, AT, AC, loaded,
TV/DVD, Nov., X clean.
$10,975. Call 674-4444
FORD SPORT
TRAC '05. Only
20,000 miles, fully
equipped. $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA PILOT EX
'05. Fully equipped
$20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4Llsuzu Rodeo '01 4x4,
LS, tow pkg, key-
less entry, 143k,
runs very good,
Must Sell, $4300 OBO
(904)803-6283
ISUZU TROOPER '02
V6, Auto, AC, Loaded,
78K mi. $7975. 777-9119


4 Jeep Liberty Sport
'04-Full pwr,
.leather, off road,
lights, 6 disc
changer, luggage rack,
291-0873, $14,000 OBO.

SJeep Wrangler
'93-4x4, 180k mi, CD
player, AC, has zip-
per & glass win-
dows, extra attach-
ments, $3000 OBO.
955-9724

NISSAN ARMADA
LE '05. Fully
equipped. $27,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

4 Nissan Titan '04
Crewcab, Loaded,
Leather, heated
seats, DVD, GPS,
rear sonar, Beautiful
truck. 20" wheels.
$23,900. (505)228-7749
RANGE ROVER "03
Black/tan int. 85K miles,
$33,500. obo. 912-882-0659

y TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
4x4. Skid plates,
custom wheels, like new
$29,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA RAV4 '00 AWD
loaded. 58,300 mi. Very
clean. $10,975. 674-4444
4 Toyota Tundra
'00 Exc condition,
has all mainte-
nance rewards.
$12,500 OBO. Call
269-2258




SChevy Full-Size
Conversion Van '02
Leather, Dual AC,
dual CD, TV, VCR.
Great Family Vehicle!
20k. (407)949-8192

CHRYSLER
PACIFICA'06
2 to choose from.
Fully equipped. $17,980
998-0012
L O JAviI K SO1C I V IA/ l/ II I I


DODGE CARGO VAN '02
1500. White, V8, AT, AC,
Only $5975. 674-4444

DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN '06
Champagne/tan,
fully equip. $16,495
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

4 Dodge Ram Van '99
1500, Clean, 5.9L,
81k mi, quad seats,
custom fold-down
bed, runs great, 372-0543.
$6500 OBO.

DODGE RAM VAN '88,
new brakes, tires,
exhaust, battery, CD plyr,
new paint. $2900. 860-7158

4A Ford Windstar '98
109k mi, runs great.
$2700 (904)268-1988


S FORD
WINDSTAR 2000
SEL EXT Sport
Van loaded,
including power
slide doors.
Excellent
Condition
One owner
REDUCED!!
$6500
Motivated Seller
Call for details
S 318-5478

KIA SEDONA EX '02
White, leather, Quad
Seats, moonroof, loaded
49K mi. $7975. 674-4444

SMercury Villager
'99 (Estate), mini
7; Ithr, 6 CD
changer, rear AC +
audio controls, new
tires. $4500. 783-6235

Mitsubishi Eclipse
Spyder GT '01-
t JMaroon, fair condii-


Nissan Sentra '05 4
cyl, Sedan, 4dr,
1.8s, tinted win
dows, CD, theft
recovery, moving must
sell call 491-7996. $12,500

TOYOTA SIENNA '00
Loaded, low miles. $8995.
Call (904) 571-8134

TOYOTA SIENNA '02
AT, dual AC, loaded,
7 pass. $9975. 777-9119




BUICK RIVIERA -'88,
runs good, $800.
548-0723

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ORKER -'93, exc cond,
priv owner 10yrs, $1800
cash 731-9177

FORD RANGER '88,
$1000obo.
904-278-8331/334-7200

MERCURY VILLAGER
Mini Van '93 Needs
transm. $800obo. 652-6677

NISSAN ALTIMA '93, all
pwr, CD, runs great,
$700obo. 384-9696

Saturn SC-2 '95-Pwr
windows, DL, AC,
AT, mus see, great
gas mileage, $2000
OBO (912)576-5007





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