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Publication Date: April 26, 2007
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FFSC Hosts

Tea For Moms
The New Parent Support
Program is hosting an
English Tea for expect-
ant moms on April 25 from
noon to 2 p.m. at the Fleet
and Family Service Center.
The program is honoring
these women in recogni-
tion of April's Child Abuse
Prevention Month. This is
a special opportunity for
moms-to-be to meet each
other and have a grand day
of pampering.
If you are pregnant, you
are invited to come out and
enjoy the food, tea and good
company.
There is no charge for
this event, however regis-
tration is required. There
are limited seats available.
Contact Helen Williams or
Jaye Meyer at 270-6600 ext.
140/145 to save your seat.


Don't Forget To
Lock Car Doors
Naval Station Mayport
Security department is send-
ing out a reminder to all
personnel working on base
and living in on and off
base housing to lock their
doors when they park. To
make sure you are not a vic-
tim of theft, lock all vehicle
doors and make sure not
to leave anything of value
in the vehicle or in the bed
of trucks. For more infor-
mation, contact the Crime
Prevention Office at 270-
7117.


NCO Education
Fair On April 26
The Navy College Office
(NCO) is sponsoring a
Navy College Program
Distance Learning Partners
(NCPDLP) education fair
today from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in
classrooms A & C located in
Building 460, between the
Post Office and the NEX.
The NCPDLP education
fair is held only once a year
and is open to active duty,
reservists, retirees, and their
family members. Bring cop-
ies of your SMART and col-
lege transcripts.
Information on the
NCPDLP roadmaps can
be found at https://www.
navycollege, navy. mil/store-
front.cfm. Your SMART
transcript can be obtained
at https://smart.cnet.navy.
mil. Please contact the
Navy College Office at 270-
6341/6342 for additional
information.



Renovation On At
Kavanaugh Park
The Kavanaugh Park pic-
nic area will be under con-
struction through July 23.
Additionally, the softball and
volleyball field areas will be
unavailable. Commands will
have access to picnic pavil-
ions, but will not be able
to utilize the entrance that
is normal used for park-
ing and unloading supplies.
Parking will be available at
the JEA extinguisher build-
ing (the old Incinerator
Building) and at the fire sta-
tion. For more information,
contact charles.loveday@
navy. mil.


From DESRON 40 Public, ;
Partnership of the Americas
(POA) Task Group 40.0 depart-
ed Salvador, Brazil, April 20
after a port visit, during which
each ship's crew participated
in a variety of events ashore in
support of Partnership of the
Americas 2007 deployment.
POA 07 Task Group 40.0,
commanded by Commodore
Randy Snyder, Commander
Destroyer Squadron Four
Zero, consists of amphibious
dock landing ship USS Pearl
Harbor (LSD 52), guided mis-
sile destroyer USS Mitscher
(DDG 57), guided missile frig-
ate USS Samuel B. Roberts
(FFG 58) and Chilean frigate
CS Almirante Latorre (FFG 14).
Upon entering port, Mitscher
hosted a luncheon for U. S.
Ambassador to Brazil Clifford
Sobel, Capt. Randy Snyder,
Commander Destroyer


Carney


With Tr
By Ensign
Rebecca Lawrence
USS Carney Public. ;
USS Carney (DDG 64) wel-
comed aboard 13 members
of the Trinidad and Tobago
Coast Guard (TTCG) on April
16 to participate in a series of
training evolutions as part of
the U.S. Southern Command
(SOUTHCOM) theater security
cooperation efforts.
Comprised of seamanship and
maritime security exercises, this
was the culminating event dur-
ing Carney's visit to Trinidad,
while the ship is deployed
under the operational control
of U.S. Naval Forces Southern
Command in the SOUTHCOM
area of responsibility.
The TTCG Sailors embarked
Carney to observe the ship get-
ting underway. Upon comple-
tion of a towing exercise con-
ducted with the TTCG vessel
Crown Point, Carney's Visit,
Board, Search and Seizure
(VBSS) Team demonstrated
hand-to-hand security tech-
niques, boarding procedures and
small boat operations.
TTCG Lt. Dane Daniel was


Squadron 40 and Task Group
Commander, and ship's
Commanding Officers. After
the luncheon press representa-
tives were able to ask questions
of the group aboard Samuel B.
Roberts and were treated to a
tour around the ship.
USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52)
hosted a reception, commemo-
rating the significance of mul-
tinational cooperation. Pearl
Harbor's Commanding Officer,
Cmdr. Victor Cooper welcomed
sailors from all commands and
guests from Brazil to meet face
to face and share experiences.
"It's an honor to have every-
one here," Cooper said. "We
work together during exercises,
but when we share each other's
company like this, we under-
stand the mission of Partnership
for Americas better. I think we
were very well received here."
Many in attendance com-


r Trains


rinidad
the senior officer on board
Carney for the exchange.
"It is always a good opportu-
nity for us to work with foreign
navies. When our Sailors get
to interact and rehearse during
exercises like these, it makes
the actual in-theater cooperation
much easier," said Daniel.
Senior Chief Fire Controlman
Ron Cagle, a senior member of
Carney's VBSS team, was also
pleased with the execution of
the exercise.
"Our teams use a lot of the
same techniques," he said. "The
biggest difference in our forces
is the mission we are trained to
execute: Our focus is counter-
terrorism, theirs is counter-nar-
cotics."
Carney, homeported in
Mayport, Fla., is operating
throughout the Caribbean area
conducting similar theater secu-
rity cooperation exercises that
include community relations
projects, military-to-military
exchanges, diplomatic port vis-
its and multinational training
exercises.


mented
the event
many coi
nity to m
about oti
ing toget
ing exerc
"It is
enjoying
So much
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interaction
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Chile an
Cooper,


Journey Wil
on the uniqueness of good sportsmanship, cheering
, in which sailors from opposing teams on and chanting
entries had the opportu- cadences together.
single and get to know "The Multi-National Sports
her nationalities work- challenge was a unique opportu-
her during the upcom- nity for us to experience playing
ises. against international talent. Our
good to see everyone guys played hard; we got out-
themselves together. matched this time, but it was
is accomplished during all in good spirits. After our
ercises, but the social match both teams took a pic-
on between the sailors ture as one, symbolizing the
part of the mission of very reason we're here: the
hip of the Americas," Partnership of the Americas,"
. Derek Hotchkiss, said Mitscher's Team captain,
officerr from Samuel B. Loran Bather, Command Master
Chief.
Cooper also gave a "The most important thing to
rational words at the remember today is to have fun,"
ng of a multination- said Cooper. "Win or lose, good
r tournament hosted times were had by all."
3razilian Navy where Pearl Harbor, Mitscher and
ilors competed with Samuel B Roberts offered tours
om Argentina, Brazil, to local Brazilian, Argentinean
id Spain. According to and Spanish Navy Service
everyone illustrated Members, and Brazilian Youth


th POA
groups. The children who came
not only saw the ship, but also
met some of the sailors, and
enjoyed refreshments from the
"mess decks."
"The kids seemed really
interested in how we work and
live on board the ship," Interior
Communications Specialist
3rd Class Arturo Villanueva
said. "They were energetic and
full of questions. It was fun
showing them around and giv-
ing them cookies."
These ships make up a United
States Navy Task Group on
deployment for Partnership of
the Americas (POA) 2007. POA
07 is a deployment focused on
enhancing cooperative part-
nerships with regional mari-
time services throughout Latin
America and the Caribbean
through a variety of exercises
See SBR, Page 10


A Spiritual Visit


-Photo courtesy of USS The Sullivans
Intelligence Specialist P1 Class John Bristow of USS The Sullivans takes a self-por-
trait while praying at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem during the ship's port visit to
Israel. See story, Page 13.


Gettysburg Certifies Ahead Of Schedule


-Photo courtesy of USS Gettysburg
USS Gettysburg has finished its Integrated Training Team evals and Final Exercise Phase
in record time through the effort of the ship's crew. Gettysburg began its training cycle less
than five months ago and has already completed its engineering certification months in
advance.


By Ensign
Andrew Bonderud
USS Gettysburg PAO
USS Gettysburg (CG 64)
extended its certification
record last week by passing
the Integrated Training Team
(ITT) evaluation and the Final
Exercise Phase (FEP) during a
day of exhausting exercises.
Gettysburg was scheduled to
conduct the FEP at the begin-
ning of May, but due to the per-
formance of the crew and train-
ing teams, Gettysburg met the
FEP criteria early.
Gettysburg is nearing the
conclusion of its training
cycle, which began less than
five months ago. Since then,
Gettysburg has been certified
in each warfare area, many
times ahead of schedule and
in an unprecedented manner.
Gettysburg underwent the Unit
Level Training "E" assessment
and certified its engineering
department months in advance
of the standard Engineering
Operational Control certifica-
tion. This feat was a first for an
Atlantic fleet cruiser.
Additionally, whether dur-
ing various Fleet Synthetic
Trainers, Cruise Missile Tactical
Certification, or any other train-
ing scenario, Gettysburg Sailors
have exceeded expectations


each time.
The ITT and FEP evaluations
represent the culmination of
all recent training. Since the
beginning of the training cycle,
each major warfare or training
area has had a training team
assigned to it: Force Protection,
Damage Control, Engineering,
Seamanship, Medical, and
Combat Systems.
Each team was assessed on
their own ability to train the
watchstanders and on their abil-
ity to integrate with the other
teams to provide complex sce-
narios. Additionally, the abil-
ity of the watchstanders to suc-
cessfully perform in a training
environment was evaluated.
These training scenarios were
not isolated to any specific war-
fare area, rather they combined
a variety of compounding casu-
alties, threats, and tasking.
ITT coordinator Lt.j.g. Carey
Rouse said he was thrilled with
the superb performance of
Gettysburg's warriors.
"The training teams came
together in a compressed period
of time to, not only train the
crew, but to coordinate an out-
standing battle problem and
execute it flawlessly," Rouse
said.










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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, April 26, 2007


F leet Talk


By FORCM(AW/SW)
Richard Kennedy
NavalAir Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
The Navy's Sailor of the Year
(SOY) program is a chance for
your leadership and the Navy
as a whole to recognize those of
you who are out there making a
difference in the Navy and the
world. It is our opportunity to
place those of you who stand
out amongst your peers in the
spotlight and reward and thank
you for setting the bar a little
higher for those around you.
If you want to be competitive


for the SOY program, you need
to start early and you must show
a consistent trend of being at the
top of your game.
Be a role model: Wear the
Navy uniform well and adhere
to the Navy's physical fitness
standards. Show your junior
Sailors how important it is to
maintain physical fitness, and
what a difference a sharp uni-
form and well-polished boots
can make.
Be a leader: Look out for
your junior personnel! Through
their annual evaluations, SOYs


show consistent positive leader-
ship skills through recognition
of their junior personnel who in
turn stand out above their peers.
They've proven to their chains
of command that they are ready
for the next pay grade.
Be active: It's easy to be
active within your command or
local community. There's some-
thing out there for just about
everyone from helping out at
the local food bank to helping
build a house with Habitat for
Humanity. Within the com-
mand, you can get involved in


the various Petty Officer First
and Second Class Associations,
fitness clubs, volunteer to help
organize MWR events, mentor
junior Sailors, sit on warfare
pin boards, and volunteer for
command-wide collateral duties
such as watchbill coordinator or
command financial specialist.
Despite what many people
believe, the SOY program is not
just for E-6s. It is also open
to eligible-4s and E-5s whose
chains of command feel they
are the best of the best. There's
no rule that says an E-4 or E-5


can't become the overall Navy's
SOY.
The thing to remember is that
you need to always do your best
and to set an example. Be a
mentor for those junior Sailors
who may be looking up to you.
You need to set achievable goals
for yourself and help your junior
Sailors do the same. One thing
all SOYs who make it to the
final boards have in common
is that they've consistently had
a mentor helping guide them
throughout their career.
Only a very few people can


be nominated for SOY, so even
though you display all of the
characteristics to compete, you
may not be nominated. The title
isn't what's important, being a
role model and a well-round-
ed Sailor is. Senior leadership
within the Navy recognizes
that the current SOY program
may not represent the diverse
population of stellar Sailors out
there, and we are looking at
increasing the number of SOYs
for next year's program in an
effort to recognize as many of
you as possible.


CREDO Corner


Thanks To The Volunteers


By Lt. Rickey L Bennett
Spiritual Fitness Division SE
The Random House
Dictionary defines a "miracle"
as "an effect or extraordinary
event in the physical world that
surpasses all known human or
natural powers and is ascribed
to a supernatural cause; or, a
wonder and a marvel." It is
a Phenomenon that occurs in
time-space history that is radi-
cally different from ordinary
operations of nature, that its
observers are justified in attrib-
uting to the direct intervention
of a supernatural agent or God.
Two important questions
come to mind. First, do mira-
cles happen or are they an illu-
sion? Three typical answers
for the possibility of miracles
include: NO: Miracles have not
and can not occur in natural his-
tory because there is no god.
MAYBE: God could do some
Miracles, but that doesn't mean
that He has, or will do miracles
in history. YES: A benevolent
God has intervened in history
in a miraculous way, and can
intervene now. Today, most of
us don't see these great expres-
sions of God's glory and power
in our lifetime. This does not
mean that God can not perform
such miraculous events today,
because He has and does!


Second, are there events
and or experiences that either
conceal or reveal the reality of
a miracle? Yes! It is safe to
assume that miracles can be
and are either noticed or unseen
partially because of the back-
drop context of the miracle. On
the one hand, it is much easier
to miss a miracle when one's
life is going well and who is
preoccupied with selfish ambi-
tions. Such is the case when a
middle-to-upper-class American
business professional works 60
hours a week and is determined
to climb the corporate ladder to
achieve the American dream.
On the other hand, when life is
going poorly it is much easier to
notice the miracle. Such is the
case when one's entire family
life is disrupted by a traumatic
event.
The movie "Antwone Fisher"
released 2002, is the story of
a African-American man who
digs inside to discover there-
in lies a king... A Sailor with
an explosive attitude, Fisher
(Derek Luke) is ordered to see
a naval psychiatrist (Denzel
Washington) about his volatile
temper. Little did he know that
his first step into the doctor's
office would lead him on a jour-
ney home.


Before he got home he had
to be willing to dig through all
the suppressed painful memo-
ries and all the associated emo-
tions and fears of bitterness and
abandonment.
Once he stopped denying
he had a problem he was then
able to face his torments and
his tormentors. Fisher finds the
courage to stop fighting and
start healing. In the end, he not
only finds himself, he confronts
those who hurt him and finds
and connects with his family.
What a miracle!
Think of the biggest prob-
lem in your life. Imagine that
a great miracle in your life
occurred so that when you woke
up tomorrow morning your life
would be totally free from this
problem. Now think about what
your life would be like after that
miracle occurred.
Your answer to this question
may help you to begin to see
the possibility of life beyond the
clutches of this present prob-
lem.
If you need a safe place to
receive such a miracle, contact
our office at 270-6958 to regis-
ter for our upcoming Personal
Growth Retreat scheduled
May 17-20.


-Photo by Paige Gnann
Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society held a luncheon Friday at Ocean Breeze Conference
Center to recognize and thank its volunteers. Service pins, along with NMCRS memen-
tos, were handed out to the volunteers by NMCRS Mayport Director Bill Kennedy and
NS Mayport Commanding Officer, Capt. Ciharle King.


Critter Corner


H omefront in Focus

By Beth Wiruth (Sexual Assault and Violence me many
Military Spouse Support Contributor Intervention) program. This a made me s
April is a very full month, confidential, supportive service If you h
In addition to Holy Week and provided through the base coun- violent cri
Easter, it is the Month of the selling services (CAPS/FAPS or want you
Military Child, Alcohol Abuse Counseling/Family Advocacy port, com
Awareness month, and, of a and Prevention Services). able to y(
personal interest to me, Sexual Counselors and trained advo- you do n
Assault Awareness Month. A cates are available to help vic- it. I under
sexual assault takes place every tims and their families through the anger
2.5 minutes in the United States. the trauma and recovery from pain. I w;
Did you know that one in six sexual assault. Many police telling s(
women and one in 33 men in the departments employ a sexual experience
United States have been victims assault advocate and most taking ba
of rape or attempted rape during county governments have even heal
their lifetime? Eight out of 10 sexual assault counseling and in silent p.
victims know their perpetrator assistance available through the the many
at least casually. Eighty percent social services department. you. Call
of rape victims are under the Victims of sexual assault, and lain. Con
age of 30, 44 percent are under their loved ones, benefit greatly counselor.
the age of 18. from counseling and support. Contact th
According to a University of Victims of sexual assault expe- sexual as
South Carolina study, rape is rience a unique post-traumatic HOPE (4(
one of the most underreported stress syndrome. In addition, beth.wirut
crimes, second only to domes- rape victims are: 1) three times com. My
tic violence. This fact makes it more likely to suffer from are with y
difficult to track the number of depression, six times more Now y(
cases. According to the National likely to suffer from PTSD; 2) Catch Be
Women's Study (2000) 84 per- 13 times more likely to abuse net talk
cent of women in their sample alcohol, 26 times more likely to Wednesda
did not report their rapes to the abuse drugs both prescription Time on
police. and non-prescription; 3) four com/home
I was raped. I was drugged times more likely to contem-
and gang-raped by three of my plate suicide.
high school classmates, men I suffered from depression for
I had considered friends. One many years after being raped.
of my rapists was someone I A family friend summed it up,
had attended church with. Six "Beth, you used to be so happy,
months later I was raped, a sec- cheerful and alive. I don't know
ond time, by one of these men. what happened but where did
I told no one, not even my par- that Beth go?" This friend did Co
ents, for eight long years. But not know of my trauma. C
I changed, I changed a lot. The I joke that I drank my way
impact on my life was severe, through my first year of col- Sunday Sch
There are many myths that lege. It wasn't that I was such a Morning W
still exist about rape. The most party-girl. I was trying to medi- Protestant B
familiar are: Women lead men cate a pain, forget a memory.
on and that is why they are By the way, it didn't help. MOPS (Mo
raped, many women make false I struggled with life. I went ...9:30 a.m
accusations of rape, no woman to work and put on a happy (First and
can be raped against her will, face. I threw myself into build- month)
most rapists are strangers. ing a career only to return to
Sexual assault is not about my home and cry, and to face Women's B
'sex.' It is about control and another sleepless, nightmare- Choir Rehe.
violence, filled night. I contemplated sui-
This month the Department cide. Men's Pray.
of Defense will join the nation Through the support of my Youth Grou
in observing Sexual Assault church family, the love of a spe-
Awareness Month or "SAAM". cial couple, Thom and Nancy Catholic Se
Check your local Fleet and Bronez and counseling, I no Sunday Ma:
Family Service Center for their longer live with the awareness CCD...........
offerings in safety classes, that I was raped. I sleep well at
safety awareness seminars and night. I walk with confidence.
much more. Though I hit bottom because Please call
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to know there is sup-
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ant you to know that
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By Laura LaBella
Mayport Environmental
A dry winter, dead vegeta-
tion, increasing temperatures,
and high winds during this time
of year can bring out the red
flags. We are warned not to
bum yard debris or leave grills
unattended. But there is another
fire hazard that is not mentioned
that can be a major factor in
wildfires cigarette butts.
Anyone who drives north
on 9A from Phillips Highway
may have seen the large patch
of burnt grass in the median a
few weeks ago. This was most
likely caused by a cigarette butt
tossed out of a car window. It
was probably an absent minded
thing as many people do not
even consider it litter. Here are
some facts everyone should
know about cigarette butts:
*Dropped cigarette butts have
been the cause of numerous
house and apartment fires, as
well as 4,500 grass and brush
fires per year, and some of the


largest, most destructive forest
fires.
*Fires caused by cigarette
butts claim the lives of 1,000
people and injure 3,000 people
each year.
*Cigarette butts contain
Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic,
Formaldehyde, Acetone, and
Benzene. The nicotine trapped
inside 200 cigarette butts is
enough to kill an adult human.
These chemicals and com-
pounds get washed out of the
filter and into our water when
it rains.
*80 percent of butts on the
ground find their way into our
water systems and detract from
the quality of our drinking
water.
*There are more than
176,000,000 pounds of discard-
ed butts in the United States
each year. 4.5 trillion butts are
littered yearly worldwide.
*More than 100 young chil-
dren per year become very
sick after ingesting cigarette


butts that are discarded on the
ground.
*Cigarette butts have also
been found in the stomachs of
dead fish, sea turtles, birds, and
marine mammals.
NS Mayport works hard on
pollution prevention, health and
safety, storm water controls,
and other environmental regu-
lations. Please help us protect
Mayport's Natural Resources
and set an example for others to
follow. Please discard cigarette
butts properly both on and off
base. There are companies that
sell "pocket ashtrays" that will
safely and cleanly hold the fil-
ters until they can be disposed
of in a proper container. You
can put an empty soda can with
a little water in your car's cup
holder to act as an ashtray if
you do not have one.
As always, if you have any
questions or have any other
suggestions on assisting with
keeping our environment clean
please feel free to contact me.


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Naval Station Mayport
Capt. C harles King ...................................................................... ................. Com m and ing O officer
C m d r. Jo hn Lobb .... ................................................................... ....................... Executive O officer
CM DCM Deborah Davidson ................................................ .................... Com m and M aster Chief
Naval Station Mayport Editorial Staff
Bill A ustin ................................................................................... .................... Public A affairs O officer
MC1 Sonja Chambers .................. ................. Deputy Public Affairs Officer
M CSN Bonnie W illiam s ............................. ................................... Assistant Public Affairs Officer
Pa ig e G n a n n ............................................................................................................................... E d ito r
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-Photo by MC2 Leah Stiles
Fleet and Family Support Center Representatives Jaye Meyer and Helen Williams give out information pamplets and free
samples to Military families at the Naval Station Mayport Exchange in honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month.


Workshops Available At FFSC


From FFSC
The following classes and
activities are offered by the
Fleet and Family Support Center
(FFSC) and are free of charge.
Pre-registration is required and
childcare is not available. For
more information about the
classes or to register call 270-
6600, ext. 110.
April 26, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
April 26, 8-11 a.m., Anger
Management Class, FFSC
April 26, 9 a.m.-noon, New
Parent Support Play Group,
USO
April 27, 9-11 a.m.,
Considerations for Home
Buying, FFSC
April 27, 9 a.m.-noon, What
About the Kids? class, FFSC
May 1, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC
May 1, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC


May 1, Individual Augmentee
Support Group, 6-7 p.m., FFSC
May 2, 9 a.m.-noon, Tottletyme
Playgroup, USO
May 3, 9 a.m.-noon, New Parent
Support Playgroup, USO
May 3, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
May 4, 9-11 a.m., Car Buying,
FFSC
May 7, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC
May 7-10, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., TAP
Retiree Workshop, RBCC
May 8, 9-11 a.m., Smooth
Move, FFSC
May 8, Individual Augmentee
Support Group, 6-7 p.m., FFSC
May 8, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
May 9, 9 a.m.-noon, Tottletyme
Playgroup, USO
May 9, 8:30-11:30 a.m., Stress
Management Class, Wellness
Center
May 10. 9-11 a.m.. Resume


Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
May 10, 9 a.m.-noon, New
Parent Support Playgroup, USO
May 11, 9-11 a.m., Credit
Report Review, FFSC
May 14, 1-2:30 p.m., FERP
Starting Your Own Business,
FFSC
May 14, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC
May 14-17, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.,
Executive TAP (E9 & Aboe),
RBCC
May 15, 9-11 a.m., Sponsor
Training, FFSC
May 15, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
May 15, 6-7 p.m., Individual
Augmentee Support Group,
FFSC
May 16, 9 a.m.-noon, Tottletyme
Playgroup, USO
May 17, 9 a.m.-noon, New
Parent Support Playgroup, USO
May 17, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,


FFSC
May 18, 9-11 a.m., Establishing
A Sound Personal Budget,
FFSC
May 21, 6-8 p.m., Ombudsman
Assembly, CPO Club
May 21-24, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., TAP
Separatee Workshop, RBCC
May 22, 9-11 a.m., Parenting
Class, FFSC
May 22, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
May 23, 9 a.m.-noon, Tottletyme
Playgroup, USO
May 24, 9 a.m.-noon, New
Parent Support Playgroup, USO
May 24, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
May 24, 8-11 a.m., Anger
Management Class, FFSC
May 25, 9-11 a.m.,
Considerations for Home
Buying, FFSC
May 29, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC


On Base
Thursday, April 26
The USS Philippine Sea FRG
monthly meeting will be at 6:30
p.m. at USO on Mayport Road.
This meeting will be a potluck,
so please make a dish of your
choice to bring. Childcare will
be provided. Any questions, feel
free to contact philseaomb@
comcast.net or call 233-0142.
Friday, April 27
The USS Roosevelt fam-
ily readiness group will hold
its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. at
the Mayport USO on Mayport
Road. This is also a pot-
luck night, and they will start
decorating for homecoming.
Childcare will be provided.
Wednesday, May 2
The USS De Wert Family
Readiness Group monthly
meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the
Mayport USO. Children are
welcome. They will have self
defense course with Officer
Rodriguez.
Monday, May 7
The USS McInerney's Family
Readiness Group will hold its
monthly meeting at 6 p.m. at
the USO on Mayport Road.
Childcare will be provided.
Tuesday, May 8
The USS Camrney family read-
iness group will meet at 6:45
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Childcare will be pro-
vided.
Wednesday, May 23
The USS Boone Family
Readiness Group will meet at 6
p.m. at the USO.
Thursday, May 24
The USS Philippine Sea fam-
ily readiness group will hold its
monthly meeting at 6:45 p.m.
at the USO on Mayport Road.
Babysitting will be provided.

Out in Town
Saturday, April 28
Take Americas Boating
Course presented by the Coast
Guard Auxiliary. Maximize
your knowledge and your fam-
ily's safety. Cost is only $25,
including materials. Program
runs from 7:30 a.m.-5:00p.m.
at the Captains' Club, 13363
Beach Blvd. The program meets
Florida legal requirements for
boater education. Most insur-


ance offer discounts to program
graduates. Meet your fellow
boaters. Have more fun on the
water and have it safely. For
more information, call Mike
Christnacht at 502-9154.
Sunday, April 29
Theater/comedy perform-
er Bobby Norfolk will pres-
ent "Stories from Around the
World", a celebration of multi-
culturalism at the Jacksonville
Main Library's Hicks
Auditorium, 303 N. Laura St.,
from 1:30-2:30 p.m. The pro-
gram is for all ages.
"Fifth Sunday Night Sing" at
Palm Valley Baptist Church at
6 p.m. During this time, mem-
bers and guests present musi-
cal selections, poems. For more
information, call the church at
285-2447.
Friday, May 4
The Ladies Auxiliary Fleet
Reserve Association Unit #290
will hold a prime rib dinner
from 5-8 p.m. at the branch
home, 390 Mayport Rd. Cost
is $10. Take out orders are wel-
come. The event is open to the
public. For more information,
call 246-6855.
Sunday, May 6
Chabad will celebrate Lag
B'omer this year on with an
intercommunity baseball game.
The game will feature players
from Jacksonville, the Southside
and the Beaches Jewish
Communities. This event is yet
another joint project of Chabad
of Mandarin, the Beaches and
Southside. Anyone interested in
joining the game can contact
Moshe Bialo, the event coor-
dinator at 904-543-9301, or
you're local Chabad Center.
Friday, May 18
The First Coast Beaches Unit
of the American Cancer Society
(ACS), will host the 14th Annual
Take a Swing at Cancer Golf
Tournament and Dinner Party.
The event, which is presented
by Fidelity Investments, will be
held at the Sawgrass Country
Club. The Captain's Choice
tournament will begin with a
shotgun start at 1 p.m. followed
by a dinner party and silent auc-
tion at 7 p.m. For more informa-
tion about the American Cancer
Society, please call 1-800-ACS-
2345 or visit www.cancer.org.


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-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Canoers end up at the bottom of Lake Wonderwood during the CO/CMC Canoe Challenge.


-Photo by Paige Gnann
Sailors from SERMC Mayport wait for the ball to drop from a delivery by ATG Mayport
during the Beach Volleyball event held behind Beachside Community Center. SERMC won
the event.


SERMC Wins Spring


Sports Challenge


From Staff
Southeast Regional Maintenance Center
(SERMC) Mayport showed up and played hard
against NS Mayport and other tenant commands
to come out on top of the 2007 MWR Sports
Challenge on April 18-19.
SERMC won an impressive nine events and
placed overall winner with 1375 points, followed
by USS Philippine Sea with 1050 points and
HSL-44 with 825 points.
Chief Gunner's Mate Jack Hollis of SERMC
was selected as MVP Award Winner for par-
ticipating in seven events and showing spirit and
support for his command. The events he par-
ticipated in include tennis, dodgeball, bowling,
Ultimate Frisbee, volleyball and horseshoes.
SERMC started its winning streak with the
experienced canoe race. From there, the com-
mand was first in 8-ball pool, bowling, dodgeball,


Ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, the Strongman com-
petition, auto racing and Tug-o-War.
USS Philippine Sea racked up its points with
participation and winning the softball and ping
pong events.
HSL-44 won the tennis and skeet events.
This year's CO/CMC Canoe race was won by
HSL-46.
Air Ops won the 3-on-3 basketball event, along
with the 4-mile all terrain run. NS Mayport won
golf.
ATG Mayport put up a good fight again this
year, but was only able to bring home a win in
horseshoes.
Plans are already underway for the 2007 Fall
Sports Challenge scheduled for October. For
more information about the event, contact Rita
Hammerstad at 270-5451.


-Photo by MC2 Daniel Gay
Southeast Regional Maintenance Center Mayport's Deputy Commander, Capt. Tony
Martin, accepts a trophy from NS Mayport Commanding Officer, Capt. Ch arlcv King, and
representatives from Bank ofAmerica and Navy Federal Credit Union after the command
won the 2007 Spring Sports Challenge.


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HSL-46, the winner of the CO/CMC Canoe Challenge, is
presented the trophy by King and representatives of Bank
ofAmerica and Navy Federal Credit Union.


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Sailors from SERMC Mayport won the experienced canoe Sailors had to run with weights up to 50 pounds to prove Sailors go for the balls during the dodgeball competition.
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-Photo by MC2 Daniel Gay
King presents Chief Gunner's Mate Jack Hollis of SERMC
with the MVP Award plaque for his participation in seven
events, showing spirit and support for his command.


-Photo by Paige Gnann
Sailors from SERMC Mayport yell encouragement to team members during the Tug-o-War competition held on the beach
in front of Sea Otter Pavilions on April 19. SERMC won the event.


-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Participants sight their mark during the Skeet competition, which was won by HSL-44.
HSL-44 placed third overall in the Sports Challenge with a total of 825 points.


-Photo by MC2 Daniel Gay
Capt. Kim Parker, USS Philippine Sea commanding officer,
accepts the second place trophy from King.


-Photo by Paige Gnann
Sailors try their hands at the new Ping Pong event added to this year's roster. USS
Philippine Sea took home bragging rights for this event. Phil Sea placed second overall in
the Sports Challenge with a total of 1050 points.


-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Sailors take aim to try for a ringer during the horseshoes competition.


-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
Sailors rack up the balls for the 8-Ball Pool competition at Fast Lanes Bowling Alley.
.SERMC won the event. It was one of nine events that SERMC participated in and won
During this challenge.


-Photo by MC2 Brian Smarr
SERMC had the winning car during the Auto Racing competition held in the Beachside
Community Center parking lot.


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M WR Happenings


April 26-June 28: 9-Hole
Golf League, Active Duty vs.
DoD Civilians. 4 p.m. shot-
gun every other Thursday.
Format is Modified Stableford
Points System. Cost is $13 and
includes cart, green fee and
CTPs. Players need 2 qualify-
ing rounds to establish a points
quota. Each player will be
ranked according to their quota.
We will then have Comparative
Match Play. Each match is
worth 1 point. Bring more play-
ers and have the advantage of
dropping some bad rounds. Stop




The Liberty Program, also
known as the Single Sailor pro-
gram, is geared towards enlisted
bachelor and geo-bachelor per-
sonnel, E-1 through E-6. Special
events, workshops, tournaments,
inexpensive trips and more are
scheduled ON & OFF base each
month, offering a wide variety
of exciting programs and activ-
ities. The Liberty Program is
based out of Planet Mayport,
located in Bldg. 46 near Bravo
Pier. Planet Mayport is an alco-
hol and smoke-free environ-
ment and is open seven days a
week, 365 days a year, week-
days from 11 a.m.-ll p.m. and
weekends from 10 a.m.-ll p.m.


by or call the Golf Pro Shop at
Windy Harbor to sign-up and
get qualifying dates. 270-5380
April 27: Youth Freedom
Friday, Movie Night. 7-11 p.m.
at the Youth Activities Center.
Open to ages 6-12 and age 5
if in kindergarten. Cost is $7
in advance or $9 the day of.
Space is limited so early sign-
up is strongly encouraged. 270-
5680/5421
April 30: Sand Dollar
Summer Day Camp Junior
Counselor registration begins.
Register 9 a.m.-6 p.m. at the


Youth Activities Center. The
Junior Counselor program is
open to ages 13-15. Camp is
broken up into one-week ses-
sions meeting 6:10 a.m.-6:20
p.m. from May 29 through Aug.
17. There is no camp on May 28
and July 4. A non-refundable fee
of $28 (for the first child; $25
for each additional child) is due
at the time of registration and
will count toward your first ses-
sion of camp. Registration for
the Junior Counselor program
will be taken until all spaces are
filled. 270-5680/5421


Leaving Its Mark

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Liberty Call


This contemporary facility fea-
tures a movie theater, a free
Internet computer room, wi-fi
throughout, laundromat, ATM,
pool tables, video game sta-
tions, arcade games, ping-pong
tables and a snack area. Call
270-7788 for information.
April 26: Spring Fever Event
at Planet Mayport. Join us for
free burgers, hot dogs, entertain-
ment, prizes and much more.
Event starts promptly at 5 p.m.
April 27: Liberty's Own
Hoop It Up. Three on three just
outside Planet Mayport's door.
Sign up with a team (max of
four people) or by yourself (get
placed on a team). Prizes for


first and second place teams.
Event starts promptly at 5 p.m.
April 28: Skydiving Trip.
Thrill seekers: Take a plunge
today with the Liberty Program
from 14,000 feet above ground.
Trip cost is $150 for a tandem
jump. Sign up today.
April 30: Video Game
Challenge. Come test your
skills in Planet Mayport's Video
Game Challenge. Each Monday,
a different game will be select-
ed, prizes will be awarded, and
a champion will be crowned.
(Game schedule available at
Planet Mayport starting late
March.) Event will start prompt-
ly at 6 p.m.


Navy Child Development


Programs
From Fleet and Family Readiness Mar-
keting, Commander, Navy Installations
Command
Naval Installation Command's
Fleet and Family Readiness
division began piloting a "Baby
Signs" program at 11 Navy
child development centers in
January to teach infants how to
express their needs and desires
using simplified sign language.
"Baby Signs is the world's
leading sign language program
for hearing babies," said Larrim
Rodriguez, Child and Youth
Programs training and com-
munications manager. "Signing
builds relationships between
teachers and families, pro-
motes effective communication
with and among children and
addresses challenging behav-
iors."
This temporary bridge to
speech has already shown sig-
nificant results in the Navy
child care system.
"The signing has helped
increase positive behavior in our




During the month of April, in
cooperation with Depree Rum
Cakes, USO Jacksonville is
offering rum cakes to sponsor
several for the Moms whose
spouses and children are pro-
tecting our freedom by serving
in Iraq, Afghanistan and around
the world. Each rum cake is
available for a $15 donation.
The cakes will be distributed
during the week of May 7 from
the Mayport Road and NAS Jax
USO locations. If you buy for
yourself or choose to deliver a
cake to a Mom pick-up starts at
9 a.m. on May 7.
The next No Dough Dinner
will be April 30 from 5-7 p.m.
at the Mayport USO. This is a
free event.
Tickets to Adventure Landing,
on Beach Boulevard, are now
available at the USO! Tickets
to the Waterpark are $18 and
tickets to the Waterpark PLUS
five "dry" attractions are $27.
The USO has begun sell-
ing Pepsi 400 tickets for the
race on July 7 at the Daytona
International Speedway. Tickets
range in price from $45 to $126.
For more information regard-
ing ticket pricing and seats
available, please visit www.
usojax.org.
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-
ment, or division? IMPROV
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


Teach 'Baby Signs'


classrooms," said Rodriguez.
"Studies have proven that
infants taught sign language
can communicate earlier their
needs and wants with parents
and caregivers."
Fourteen Navy child care
professionals are now certified
master trainers in Baby Signs.
These instructors teach the pro-
cess and hand signs to fellow
caregivers in Navy child devel-
opment centers and homes.
"[During] the first month, I
introduced the signs for 'more,'
'eat' and 'drink,'" said Gloria
Kivipelto, training/curricu-
lum specialist, Naval Station
Mayport, Fla., and certified
Baby Signs master trainer. "The
caregivers are now involved in
choosing the signs that we are
teaching the children. We are
continuing to introduce three
new signs each month."
The pilot sites include Naval
Base San Diego; Naval Support
Activity Washington-Anacostia

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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


Annex, Washington; Naval
Station Mayport; Naval Base
Guam, Santa Rita; Naval Station
Pearl Harbor; Naval Station
Great Lakes, Ill.; Combined
Forces Activity Sasebo, Japan;
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve
Base Fort Worth, Texas; Naval
Hospital Portsmouth, Va.; Naval
Support Activity South Potomac
- Dahlgren, Va.; and Naval Base
Kitsap Bremerton, Wash.
"[Fleet and Family Readiness]
division is continually striv-
ing to enhance the child care
services and programs we
offer our military community,"
said Vice Adm. Bob Conway,
Navy Installations Command
Commander.
Fleet and Family Readiness
division supports service mem-
bers and families with 227 child
care facilities and 3,000 child
development homes worldwide,
and accredited commercial part-
nership spaces throughout the
continental United States.




more information, go to www.
improvj acksonville.com.
Volunteers are needed at
the USO Welcome Center
- Jacksonville International
Airport to welcome service
members and their families,
coordinate transportation to
local bases, and other assis-
tance as required. Volunteers
receive free parking during their
shift. Contact Lynne, Volunteer
Coordinator at 904-305-4467
or lynne@usojax.com for more
details.
USO sells discounted tick-
ets to AMC Movie Theatres,
Disney World, Sea World,
Busch Gardens, Wet N' Wild,
Universal Studios, Islands
of Adventure, and Adventure
Landing.
For more information, call
246-3481 or stop by the center
at 2560 Mayport Road. USO
is open from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.,
Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-6
p.m., Saturday.


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The Chiefs'Mess
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places a tile at
the Chief Petty
Officer's Club,
Foc'sle Lounge,
beside Surfside
Fitness. The tile
joins dozens of
others from NS
Mayport's tenant
commands and vis-
iting commands.


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M WR Facilities


Auto Skills Center
Services at Auto Skills include
service repair work (weekdays
only), monthly specials and self
help. Hours of operation are 9
a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday,
and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday. 270-5392

Beachside Community Center
The Community Center fea-
tures Computer Cove (free
Internet access), a video game
room and Castaways Lounge. At
Castaway's, enjoy karaoke
every Tuesday starting at 9
p.m. and movies and munch-
ies on Wednesdays at 5 p.m.
Castaway's welcome live bands
every month and DJ enter-
tainment is provided starting
at 8 p.m. Wednesday through
Monday. Bingo is offered
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
from 6:30-10 p.m., Wednesday
from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
and Sunday from 12:30-4:30
p.m. Pizza Hut and Bo Hogs
BBQ are located inside the
Community Center. The facility
is available for private functions
at competitive prices. 270-7198
(Community Center), 270-7205
(Castaway's Lounge), 270-7204
(Bingo), 249-9766 (Pizza Hut),
247-8720 (Bo Hogs BBQ)

Child Development Programs
The Child Development
Centers offer full-time care and
drop-in care (if space is avail-
able) for children infant to five
years old. 247-7740 (Bldg.
1960, off base), 270-5339
(Bldg. 373, on base)

Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
program hours are 8:30-11:30
a.m. Monday-Friday at the on
base and off base centers. Wrap-
around care is available from
6 a.m.-6 p.m. at bldg. 1960,
off-base. Parents pay for wrap-
around care, at a reduced rate
from the normal full-time care
fees, and the state of Florida
pays for the VPK hours. An
afternoon session is 12:30-3:30
p.m. at the on base center only.
247-7740

Child Development Homes
(CDH) are independent business
enterprises operated by Navy
certified military family mem-
bers in their own homes. CDH
Providers are needed. 270-6961

Fast Lanes Bowling Center
& Fast Lanes Grille
Fast Lanes features 24 lanes,
weekly specials, pool tables, a
video arcade and Fast Action
Bingo. This is a terrific place
to host your child's birthday
party, Command Party, reen-
listment or any other gathering.
Catering services are available.
Fast Lanes Grille serves lunch
Monday-Saturday, and dinner
all week. Breakfast is served 9
a.m.-10:30 a.m. Saturday. 270-
5377

Foc'sle CPO Club/Lounge
The CPO Club is open to all
hands for lunch 11 a.m.-1:30
p.m. Monday-Friday. The Club
is also open until 8 p.m. daily
for active duty, reservists and
retired chief petty officers and
their guests. The facility is
available for special functions
such as re-enlistments, retire-
ment ceremonies and recep-
tions, command socials and
picnics, luncheons and hail and
farewells. 270-5431/5432

Gymnasium
The gym is open 365 days
per year and includes full-size
basketball and volleyball courts,
indoor racquetball courts, lock-
er rooms with saunas, univer-
sal and free weights, a Nautilus
strength training circuit, and a
variety of cardio-vascular equip-
ment including treadmills, step
mills, stationary bicycles, and
cross-trainers. A staff of certi-
fied personnel trainers is avail-
able for individual, command,
and group appointments. Gym
hours are Monday-Thursday 5
a.m.-ll p.m., Friday 5 a.m.-10
p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
and Sunday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. 270-


5451/5452.

Information, Tickets and
Travel (ITT)
ITT offers hotel reservations,
cruise bookings and discount
tickets for most major Florida
attractions, as well as a few
attractions in Georgia and North
Carolina. ITT also has Western
Union services. Discount sou-
venirs from Disney World are
on sale daily. ITT hours are
:Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


Our mobile Recreation Ticket
Vehicle (RTV) also offers ter-
rific ticket prices in convenient
locations. 270-5145

Ocean Breeze Conference and
Catering Center
Ocean Breeze is one of
Northeast Florida's premier
catering facilities and the per-
fect place for your re-enlist-
ment, commissioning, retire-
ment ceremony and reception,
wedding, reception, gourmet
dinner, party, etc. Ocean Breeze
can comfortably host parties of
up to 500 people. Office hours
are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4
p.m. and closed on holidays.
270-5313

Outdoor Adventures &
Southeast Dive Adventures
More than 2,000 items are
available for rental including
Jon boats, boogie boards, canoes
and kayaks, yard equipment,
canopies and tents, fishing gear,
campers, sleeping bags, tables
and chairs, BBQ grills, moon-
walk, coolers, bait and more.
Southeast Dive Adventures is
MWR's full service dive shop
offering scuba equipment sales,
equipment rental, repairs,
instruction of all levels of scuba
diving, dive trips and more
at very low prices. Outdoor
Adventures/Southeast Dive
Adventures hours are 7 a.m.-
4 p.m. Monday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,
and 8 a.m.-12 p.m. Wednesday
and Saturday. 270-5221/5541

Pelican Roost & Osprey Cove
RV Parks
The "Roost" features 49 sites


with electric, sewer, water and
cable TV service. Roost lodge
amenities include kitchen, laun-
dry, TV's, book/video swap
library, high speed and wireless
Internet, restrooms and shower
facilities. Tent campers are also
welcome. Fifty additional full
service sites are available at
Osprey Cove. 270-7808/7809

Pool
The 50-meter Olympic size
swimming pool is open for rec-
reation swimming, swim les-
sons and water aerobics May-
September. Lap swim is 6
a.m.-8 a.m. and 11 a.m.-i p.m.
Monday-Friday during summer
and 10:30 a.m.-i p.m. Monday-
Thursday during winter. 270-
5425

Recycling Complex
MWR can recycle: paper
products, aluminum and steel
cans, cardboard, metal, wooden
pallets and waste cooking oil.
Recyclable materials can be
dropped off at various drop-off
boxes throughout the base and
housing. Recyclables are also
accepted at building 1624 (the
Recycling Center) and build-
ing 412 (the Scrap Metal Yard
and Vehicle Scale). For DITY
moves, a vehicle scale is avail-
able at the Scrap Metal Yard


office, Bldg. 412. Cost is $5
(cash or check only) per weight.
Facility hours are Monday-
Friday 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 270-
5095

Surfside Fitness Center
The Fitness Center features
cardiovascular equipment, com-
plete Nautilus Nitro strength
training circuit, a full slate of
fitness classes and personal
trainers. There is no charge for
active duty, retirees, reservists,
and their family members and
DoD and NAF civilians. Guests
are welcome with a sponsor
for $3 per day. Surfside also
handles reservations for our
Licensed Massage Therapist.
Surfside hours are 5 a.m.-8 p.m.
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, and closed on Sunday
and holidays. 270-7718/7719

Vehicle Storage Facility
Vehicle Storage provides a
secure area to store vehicles,
boats, trailers and recreation-
al vehicles. Parking is free for
deployed sailors for their pri-
mary automobile. Also included
with this service is transporta-
tion from the storage location
back to the command, free
jump-starting and air for flat
tires. Recreational vehicles are
stored at a separate secure loca-


tion for $38 per month or $456
per year. 270-7022

Veterinary Clinic
The Veterinary Clinic offers
affordable quality pet care for all
Active Duty, Retiree, Reservists
and their families. The facil-
ity is a wellness vaccine clinic,
offering annual exams includ-
ing canine and feline vaccines,
heartworm and fecal tests, and
minor sick calls by appointment
only. Vet Clinic hours are 7:30
a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
270-7004

Windy Harbor Golf Club &
Bogey's Restaurant
Windy Harbor Golf Club is
an 18-hole, par 72 golf course
located on Main Street with a
driving range, practice green,
pro-shop and men's and wom-
en's locker rooms. Hours of
operation are 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
(closes at 6 p.m. in the winter)
seven days per week. Located
inside the clubhouse, Bogey's
Restaurant is open to all
hands seven days a week. Bo-
geys hours are 6 a.m.-dusk
with "Premier Hour" held 4-
6 p.m. every Wednesday and
Friday. Private functions are
welcome. 270-5380 (Golf Pro),
270-5143 (Bogey's)


Youth Activities Center (YAC)
& Ribault Bay Community
Center (RBCC)
YAC offers fully accredited
School Age Care programs
including before and after school
care, Sand Dollar Day Camp,
Spring Fun Camp, and Jingle
Bell Day Camp. Partnering
with Boys and Girls Club of
America, the Youth Activities
Center holds many addition-
al programs such as Project
Learn, Power Hour, Key Stone
Club, Torch Club, Fine Arts
and Fitness Authority. Movie
days, dances, game room tour-
naments, field trips and other
special events are also offered
for children ages Kindergarten
through High School at the
YAC. Meeting space is avail-
able at RBCC for reasonable
rates. Open recreation alternates
daily between YAC and RBCC.
Business hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, closed Sundays
and holidays. 270-5680 for YAC
or 270-7276 for RBCC

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Youth sports offered include
tee-ball, baseball, soccer, and
basketball. Instructional classes
are given in martial arts, gym-
nastics, cheerleading and dance.
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8 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, April 26, 2007


Doyle's
By Ensign Gina Crow
USS Doyle PAO
Do you smoke? How many
times have you said you were
going to quit? Did the stress of
shipboard life make it unbear-
able difficult? If you answered
"Yes," to the following ques-
tions, you aren't alone. There is
a way to quit smoking, improve
your health, and improve your
quality of life.
USS Doyle (FFG 39) recent-
ly started a Tobacco Cessation
Program and is aggressively
reducing tobacco use on board
the ship, making enormous
strides towards becoming a
tobacco free command.
Before the Tobacco Cessation
Program on board Doyle, the
ship's medical department
would send people to classes
and give them medications.
This was unsuccessful and
almost none of the tobacco
users would be able to quit.
By November 2006, com-
mand medical personnel began
to wonder why so many peo-
ple were unsuccessful in their
attempts to quit using tobacco.
They also learned that 70 per-
cent of tobacco users in the
United States claim they want
to quit.
Doyle's Medical Staff of
Chief Hospitalcorpsman
Michael Stoodley and
Hospitalcorpsman Second
Class Marcus Garcia began the
Tobacco Cessation Program in
December 2006 through appli-
cation of their hypothesis that
there is not enough follow-up or
support for those who desired to


Tobacco-Free Program Yields Results


be tobacco free.
Doyle's Tobacco Cessation
Program has four means of
facilitation: the Mayport Health
Promotions Coordinator Joan
Smith, Doyle Tobacco Cessation
coordinators, the command
Independent Duty Corpsman
Stoodley and fellow Tobacco
Cessation members.
"Without support from
Mayport Health Promotions,
this program would not be pos-
sible," Garcia explains.
Smith provides information
and much of the needed sup-
plies, such as prescription medi-
cations, patches, gum, and loz-
enges.
Doyle Tobacco Cessation
Coordinators Chief Damage
Controlman James Biggs and
Garcia are both former smokers.
Biggs and Garcia chose to be
coordinators because they said
that they can empathize with
the crew and can be support to
others. They provide realistic
training and counseling based
on their personal experiences.
Stoodley teaches members
about the medical benefits of a
tobacco free lifestyle. Tobacco
Cessation members provide
moral support for each other
through encouragement and
shared experiences.
Thirty-six percent of all
Sailors in the Navy smoke.
Before the Tobacco Cessation
Program was established on
board Doyle, more than 50 per-
cent of the crew used tobacco
products. Of the 70 crewmem-
bers on board the ship who
currently smoke, 37 of them


have joined the tobacco cessa-
tion group and report drastic
decrease in their tobacco intake.
Eleven crewmembers have
completely quit. The Tobacco
Cessation Program is well
above Navy standard with a 95
percent success rate with users
who join the group.
"A lot of people claim one
reason they have joined the
group is because many of their
friends are no longer on the
smoke decks," said Stoodley.
Doyle's Tobacco Cessation
Program is a support group that
also provides training, treat-
ments, and additional resources.
"It is like an Alcoholics
Anonymous Program,"
said Program member Hull
Technician First Class Bryan
Hatch.
The group allows for a sup-
portive environment for quitters
to talk about their problems,
experiences, lapses, share testi-
monials.
Every Tuesday, program
members update their profile at
the beginning of every meeting.
Their profiles include reasons
for why they are quitting; how
much they originally smoked
and chewed tobacco; how much
they currently smoke and chew
now; the amount of cans or
packs they have reduced per day
and week; how much money
is being saved from when they
originally started; if they are
noticing an overall change in
their health; what aids they are
currently using and if a refill is
needed.
The profiles assist members


in tracking their progress, set-
ting future goals, and reinforc-
ing their decision to be tobacco
free.
Program coordinators and the
IDC additionally follow up with
members throughout the week
to see how they are progressing
and if they need more supplies.
Garcia explains from personal
experience that "quitting is not
easy or effort free. Just taking
the medication is not enough,
you must also have the mental
strength and personal support to
say no."
He has now been smoke free
for two months. Many of the
members had previously been
in a tobacco cessation program
of some sort before.
When asked why Doyle's pro-
gram was more successful for
them, many members explained
that this program provides more
support and accountability.
Program member,
Boatswainsmate Third Class
Sinata Ouk explains, "Most
other programs give lessons,
supplies, then send you on your
way without additional support,
guidance, or follow-up."
Thirty-three percent of smok-
ers in the Navy did not begin
smoking until after basic
training. Some reasons cited
by group members, such as
Boatswainsmate Second Class
Trevell Gregg who began smok-
ing a year ago, include smoke
breaks being a viable way to
take a breather from a stressful
environment and experience the
camaraderie with others on the
smoke decks.


After a while, tobacco
becomes an addition and crutch
during stressful times.
Many of the members had
quit at one time but started up
again due to stress or out of life-
style habits.
Program Coordinator Biggs
smoked about a pack and a half
per day for 39 years. He said he
had tried to quit before and was
successful for a year. His lapse
was triggered by stress. He has
currently been tobacco free for
five weeks.
The top reasons for why
group members desire to quit
are longevity, health, children,
and money. Biggs said he chose
to quit for his children's health,
his own health, and the desire
to be around longer for them.
Since he and his wife stopped
smoking, they have been saving
around $200 per month.
When he returns from deploy-
ment at the end of the year, he
said he intends to buy a car
with the money saved from not
smoking.
Boatswains' Mate First Class
Randall Jutras, an on and off
again smoker for 20 years, said
he had similar reasons.
He said he quit for his daugh-
ter and his personal health. He
was disturbed by his daughter's
concern for his well being and
wants to be around for her later
on in life.
"You don't think about the
consequences when you are
young," Jutras explained.
The reality of tobacco's
effects has become very real
to him. He said he dislikes the


feeling of being winded after
walking up a flight of stairs
and does not want to follow the
same path of his mother-in-law,
who is on oxygen.
Jutras said he is already feel-
ing better since being tobacco
free for a month.
"It takes seven months for the
lungs to recover," said Biggs.
Overall, every group mem-
ber insisted that a tobacco user
cannot quit for other reasons, it
must be a personal choice
Doyle's Tobacco Cessation
Program is a model program
yielding impressive results.
Focusing on Doyle's Family
and Team Concept, Jutras said
the program tailors a plan to
each Sailor's individual needs
thus improving the health and
welfare of the entire crew.
It determines why one wants
to quit and reinforces that rea-
son back to the individual.
"Even if someone is not
interested in quitting, I still rec-
ommend that they check out the
program. Who knows? Maybe
the information and testimoni-
als will inspire them to find a
reason to quit" Jutras said.
"I recommend this to any-
one who WANTS to quit," said
Biggs.
Doyle continues to improve
the health and quality of life of
its Sailors and is looking for-
ward to improving its already
impressive results during the
upcoming Sixth Fleet deploy-
ment.


43rd Chief Of Supply Corps


Visits FISC Jacksonville


From FISC Jax
Rear Adm. Daniel H. Stone,
Commander, Naval Supply
Systems Command, 43rd Chief
of Supply Corps, recently vis-
ited the Fleet and Industrial
Supply Center Jacksonville
(FISC Jax) before attending the
Supply Corps Ball.
While at FISC Jax, Stone was
briefed on the state of FISC by
Commanding Officer, Capt.
Karl Rau. During the command
overview, Rau highlighted
efforts to provide first-rate sup-
ply services and demonstrat-
ed how FISC Jax is adapting


to the future through its Lean
Six Sigma initiatives. He also
addressed Material Support
Integration, various strategic
initiatives as well as products &
services successes.
Stone actively participated
in the session, sharing with the
group his extensive knowledge
of supply operations and the
status of some current issues.
The following evening, Stone
attended the Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association's
(JASCA) annual Supply Corps
Ball at the Jacksonville Hyatt
Regency Riverfront to celebrate


Supply Corps 212th birthday.
He participated in the cake cut-
ting and was the guest speaker.
As Chief of the Supply Corps,
Stone was responsible for com-
munity management of more
than 3,400 active and Reserve
Supply Corps officers and more
than 27,000 active and Reserve
enlisted personnel.
He commanded a worldwide
workforce of more than 25,500
military and civilian personnel
in providing a broad array of
logistics support and retail ser-
vices to U.S. and allied naval
forces.


Superb Warriors Prove To


Be Superb Host As Well


-Photo courtesy of FISC Jax
From left, retired Capt. Sam Allen, Rear Adm. Daniel Stone, Commander, Naval Supply
Systems Command, 43rd Chief of Supply Corps, Lt.j.g. Reginald Badua, and FISC Jax
Commanding Officer, Capt. Karl Rau cut the cake at the 212th Supply Corps Birthday
Ball.


From NJROTC Navarre High School
The Naval Junior Reserve
Officer Training Corp
(NJROTC) Cadets of Navarre
High School were recently
onboard Mayport Naval Base
and visited USS Vicksburg and
HSL-42.
"Mayport Naval Base and
Jacksonville, Florida are fortu-
nate to have such outstanding
ambassadors in their commu-
nity" said Capt. Mark Eubanks
the unit's Senior Naval Science
Instructor. "Both of these com-
mands did a terrific job and our
Cadets really appreciate it."
I11t \a obvious that the young
men and women of Vicksburg
and HSL-42 are very proud of
their community, command and
their mission," Eubanks added.
"We've been on many tours
and in many cases it is obvious
that our Cadets are tolerated and
the commands just go through
the motions of a tour but not
with these guys," said Master
Chief Jimmy Ethridge the Unit's
Naval Science Instructor. "It
really says a lot about the lead-
ership of a command and the
caliber of its people, when they
give up liberty time so they can
make a difference in the lives of
some young people. The Cadets
of Navarre High school were
given memories that will last a
life time thanks to these terrific
Sailors and commands."


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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, April 26, 2007 9


Torch Is Passed For Drug Deployments


By Ensign Samantha Lester
USS Halyburton Public. ,-* Officer
USS Halyburton (FFG-40)
crewmembers "manned the
rails" in dress whites as the
ship departed Mayport for a
six-month deployment to South
America in support of Counter
Narco-Terrorism Operations on
April 5.
USS Klakring (FFG-42) also
departed to begin the same
deployment.
It was a busy morning in the
Mayport Basin, as two ships
returned from their counter
narco-terrorism deployments
just an hour before Halyburton
and Klakring departed. USS
Robert G. Bradley (FFG-49)
and USS McInerney (FFG-8)
entered the basin also "manning
the rails" in whites, their Battle
Ensigns raised proudly, and
the ceremonial lea around their
ship's bows.
As is tradition on the water-
front, all the other ships in
port blew their ship whistles
feverishly as an echoing wel-
come home to their shipmates.
Halyburton participated in this
gesture with their whistle, as its
crew manned up their sea and
anchor stations and prepared
to get the ship underway for
their Counter Narco-Terrorism
deployment.
Halyburton returned from
a SOUTHCOM Surge and
Neptune Warrior deployment


-Photo courtesy of USS Halyburton
Friends and family members of USS Halyburton stand at
the jetties to watch the ship leave the Mayport basin in sup-
port of Counter Narco-Terrorism Operations.


in December 2006. Their time
between deployments was spent
preparing for a major inspec-
tion that a ship has once every
five years. In late February, the
ship performed very well dur-
ing their INSURV (Board of
Inspection and Survey) week
and spent all of March in a pre-
deployment stand-down leave
period.
With them on deployment this
year is HSL-44, Detachment 10
Swamp Foxes, who maintain
and fly the embarked SH-60B
Helicopter. Also deployed
on board Halyburton is the
United States Coast Guard Law
Enforcement Detachment 405,


who are the experts on board-
ing suspect vessels in search of
drugs.
Friends and loved ones of
Halyburton crew members came
on board that morning to spend
as many last moments together
with their sailors. Some dedi-
cated ones left the pier when
Halyburton pulled away, and
raced to the jetties just outside
of Mayport Basin.
Noticing the many fami-
lies there, USS Halyburton
Commanding Officer, Cmdr.
Everett S. Pratt, ordered two
blasts on the ship's whistle as a
final goodbye salute to the fam-
ilies waving from the jetties.


-Photo by MC2 Daniel Gay
Sailors man the rails of USS Halyburton (FFG 40) as a line handler throws over one of its
last mooring lines. Halyburton left Naval Station Mayport on a regularly scheduled six-
month deployment.


USS Klakring Deploys For CD Ops


By Ensign Carl Amolat
USS Klakring Public.;" Officer
USS Klakring (FFG
42) deployed to the U.S.
Southern Command Area of
Responsibility on April 5, with
HSL-42 Detachment One and
a law enforcement team from
the U.S. Coast Guard, after
completing several certification
requirements.
Klakring, conducted its Anti-
Terrorism/Force Protection cer-
tification exercise late March
to prepare for its upcoming
deployment. The exercise is
part of the Fleet Commander's
requirements prior to deploy-
ment. For several days, crew-


members stood a variety of
watches in an enhanced Force
Protection Condition to simu-
late an actual event. Realism
was emphasized as the crew
countered varying threats from
a range of simulated threats and
attacks.
"It was my first time as
a member of a Security Alert
Team," says Gas System
Turbine Mechanical 3rd Class
Timothy Rackler. "This was
great training." During the drill,
Rackler's Security Alert Team
responded to multiple armed
intruder attempts.
Rackler is a recent gradu-
ate of Fleet Training Center


Mayport's Non-Compliant
Boarding /Visit Board Search
and Seizure (NCB/VBSS)
school and used the tactics and
techniques learned there, along
with his teammates, to neutral-
ize simulated threats.
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Cesaretti Visits USS Roosevelt .


By Ensign Bill Schute
USSRoosevelt PAO
As part of her duties as
Standing NATO Maritime
Group 2 flagship (SNMG2),
USS Roosevelt was involved
in the Antisubmarine Warfare
(ASW) exercise Noble Manta.
Exercise Noble Manta, the
largest ASW exercise in the
world this year, took place in
Ionian Sea just southeast of
Sicily and aimed to provide
operational training in air, sur-
face and subsurface coopera-
tion and coordination in ASW
operations.
Commander Allied Maritime
Component Command
(MARCOM), Vice Admiral
Roberto Cesaretti, made a per-
sonnel visit to Roosevelt on 12
April in Augusta Bay, Sicily
prior to commencing the exer-
cise. His visit showed the
wardroom and crew the impor-
tance of Noble Manta to NATO
and to the SNMG task group.
Roosevelt's Commanding
Officer, Commander John
Carter, gave the Admiral and
his staff a tour of the ship, and
showed him the latest software
developments in the ship's iden-
tification system on the bridge.
Cesaretti and his staff, includ-
ing Rear Adm. Noel Preston and
Rear Adm. Jeff Fowler, were
impressed by Roosevelt's com-
bat system and wished the ship
and her crew the best of luck in
Noble Manta.
Noble Manta, a 10-day

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and events at sea and on shore.
The purpose of this port visit
was to support U.S. Southern
Command's engagement strat-
egy by conducting a variety
of events ashore that enhance
hemispheric stability, security
and regional prosperity and
above all build lasting relation-
ships.
Overall the port visit was a
tremendous success. Sailors
aboard all the ships had the
opportunity to sample local
cuisine, tour historic sites, and
shop in the many open-air mar-
kets, as well as interact with
sailors from the other ships
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the local "Churrascarias," the
Brazilian-style steak houses.
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Salvador was the food... I was
really impressed with the high
quality," said Petty Officer Nick
Lawson of Mitscher.
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century. Elements of a tradi-
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in the architectural design of
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to http://www.navy.mil/navy-
data/fact.asp.


exercise that took place in
mid April, involved various
naval platforms from numer-
ous nations. SNMG partici-
pants included HMS Montrose
(United Kingdom), SPS Navarra
(Spain), TCG Gokceada
(Turkey), ITS Maestrale (Italy),
and HS Elli (Greece). Other
warship participants included
USS The Sullivans, and sub-
marines HS Protefs (Greece),
ITS Prini (Italy), HNLMS
Bruinvis (Netherlands), TCG
Gur (Turkey), TCG Yildiray
(Turkey), and USS Augusta
served as opposing force sub-
marines during the exercise.


Additionally, US and German
P-3s, as well as, French and
Italian Atlantiques participated
as air platforms.
The main concept of Noble
Manta is to provide advanced
training for NATO submarines,
surface and air units in indepen-
dent and combined operations.
Additionally, Noble Manta
sharpened ASW skills and glob-
al war on terror missions and
roles.
Noble Manta consisted of
seven 24-hour serials, which
were evaluated by a Tactical
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(TARF) team. The TARF team


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and aircrew feedback on their
ASW interactions for each seri-
al.
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warship serving as the High
Value Unit (HVU) and as the
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only maximized participation,
but gave each warship a chance
to utilize their ASW capabilities
and display their crew's abilities
and skillfulness.
Noble Manta proved to be an
invaluable tool in improving the
ASW skills and the interoper-
ability of multiple navies and
platforms.


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-Photo courtesy of USS Roosevelt
USS Roosevelt Commanding Officer, Cmdr. John Carter
greets Commander Allied Maritime Component Command
(MARCOM), Vice Admiral Roberto Cesaretti, during a visit
to the ship prior to the ASW exercise Noble Manta.


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POA Arrives At


Salvador, Brazil


By MC3 Flavia Marin
DESRON 40
U.S. Navy Task Group 40,
deployed for Partnership of the
Americas (POA) 2007 arrived
in Savador, Brazil April 18, for
a port visit, during which all of
the ships crew's will participate
in a variety of events ashore
as part of their current deploy-
ment.
The Task Group consists of
dock landing ship USS Pearl
Harbor (LSD 52), guided mis-
sile destroyer USS Mitscher
(DDG 57), guided missile frig-
ate USS Samuel B. Roberts
(FFG 58) and Chilean frigate
CS Almirante Latorre (FFG 14).
The purpose of this port visit
is to support U.S. Southern
Command's engagement strat-
egy by conducting a variety of
events at sea and ashore that
enhance hemispheric stability,
security and regional prosperity.
As well as supporting the
mission, Sailors are looking for-
ward to some time off to take
in the culture and history of
Salvador.
Seaman Marcus Moraes,
originally from Rio De Janeiro,
Brazil, is looking forward to
revisiting his native home.
"When I joined the Navy I
never dreamed they would take
me back to Brazil and pay me
at the same time," Moraes said.
"I can't wait to show my ship-
mates how beautiful my home-
land is."
During the import period the
Task Group will host a myriad
of events to include tours to
Brazilian military members and
youth aboard the U. S. ships and
a reception to be held aboard
Pearl Harbor. There is also a
soccer game planned between
the Brazilian and U.S. Navy
teams as well as various tours


to historic and beautiful sites
throughout the Salvador area.
Upon completion of the port
visit Task Group 40's Sailors
and Marines will begin working
with the Spanish and Brazilian
Navies, conducting tactical
maneuvering drills, communi-
cations exercises and seaman-
ship evolutions.
"Training with the Brazilian
Navy is a great opportunity to
increase our partnership with
their Navy and the nation of
Brazil itself," Pearl Harbor's
Executive Officer, Lt. Cmdr.
Daniel Caldwell said. "I'm real-
ly looking forward to it."
POA 07 is a deployment
focused on enhancing coopera-
tive partnerships with regional
maritime services through-
out Latin America and the
Caribbean through a variety of
exercises and events at sea and
on shore.
"I think this exercise will
increase the cooperation and
interoperability between the
two naval forces," Caldwell
said. "This is an excellent way
to improve both informal and
professional working relation-
ships towards closer coopera-
tion in the future."
"As we begin the UNITAS
Atlantic portion of Partnership
of Americas 2007, I'm excit-
ed to establish new relation-
ships with the Latin American
Navies, operating as a multina-
tional force," Pearl Harbor 's
Commanding Officer, Cmdr.
Victor Cooper said. "And
I know the excitement is fur-
ther fueled by the majority of
my crew, who are going into
uncharted waters."
U.S. Navy Task Group 40
is led by Capt. Randy Snyder,
Commander Destroyer
Squadron 40.


-Photo by MCSN Damien Horvath
An SH-60B Seahawk, assigned to HSL-48 Detachment 7, picks up pallets on the flight deck of dock landing ship USS
Pearl Harbor (LSD 52) during a vertical replenishment to deliver food, medical supplies and toys to guided missile
destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG 57) for distribution in Montevideo, Uruguay, during Partnership of the Americas (POA)
2007. POA will focus on enhancing relationships with partner nations through a variety of exercises and events at sea and
on shore throughout South America and the Caribbean.


Ship-to-Ship Delivery Of Project


Handclasp


By MC2(SW) Alexia M.
Riveracorrea
DESR ON40
USS Pearl Harbor (LSD 52)
transferred three pallets of sup-
plies to USS Mitscher (DDG
57) during a vertical replenish-
ment (VERTREP) at sea, play-
ing a major part in the Navy's
Project Handclasp program on
April 16.
A Seahawk SH-60B heli-
copter from HSL-48 embarked
aboard USS Samuel Samuel B.
Roberts (FFG 58) delivered pal-
lets of food, medical supplies
and recreation equipment from
Pearl Harbor to Mitscher. The
supplies will help those in need
in upcoming port visits.
"This is the first evolution
dealing with Project Handclasp
material," said Lt. Dennis
Wheeler, Project Handclasp
coordinator and ship's chaplain.
"The ships' coordinated effort
was excellent."
According to Wheeler,
the three ships combined,


will donate
of supplies
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(POA) 2007
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to several differ- Destroyer Squadron Four Zero smoo
s in support of the (CDS 40) assisted in coordinat- 2nd C
of the Americas ing the evolution, said.
Deployment. "Our staff kept communica- tinue
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ing in poor condi- time, making sure the evolu- new t
will truly appreci- tion was conducted success- Pro
applies that we, as fully without incidents," said rial d
take for granted Chief Cryptologic Technician perfo
," said Information Technical (SW/AW) Robert comn
chnician 2nd Class Woodin. "We also ensured the repair
Ivonne Brennick. proper material was transported repair
i distribute these for the correct area". hosp
group of people in CDS 40 is the Task Group and
eads goodwill and Commander for POA 07. The comb
know the United Task Group consists of dock efits
s Navy is interested landing ship USS Pearl Harbor outre
nake their lives bet- (LSD 52), guided missile serve
destroyer USS Mitscher (DDG on bc
andclasp is a Chief 57), guided missile frigate Unite
operationss (CNO) USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG Pro
y goodwill program 58) and Chilean frigate CS many
ie needy not only Almirante Latorre (FFG 14). of th
material, but also During the VERTREP, Pearl work
members involved Harbor's flight-deck crew throu,
al appreciation for hooked the pallet to the bottom the l
ing ways of life citi- of the helicopter by cargo net to Rand
r nations can face. lift it to Mitscher's flight deck. Destr


he VERTREP went
othly," Boatswain's Mate
lass (SW) Steve Benitez
"This will allow us to con-
our mission and train the
rs and Marines who are
o this."
oject Handclasp mate-
listributions are normally
rmed in conjunction with
unity service projects like
nting/refurbishing schools,
itals, clinics, orphanages
omes for the elderly. This
nation multiplies the ben-
and impact of our nation's
each. Navy personnel
as ambassadors of care,
;half of the people of the
d States.
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leadership of Commodore
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USS De Wert Family, Friends Enjoy Day Cruise


By Ensign Ashley Wyckoff
USSDe Wert PAO
USS De Wert (FFG 45)
steamed away from the Mayport
Basin on April 13 with more
than 140 family members and
friends aboard to enjoy a fun-
filled family day cruise with
their Sailors.
Once out to sea, guests kept
busy as they toured the ship's
pilot house and engineering
spaces, as well as watching a
shipboard firefighting ensemble,
complete with firefighting cov-
eralls, fire-proof gloves, rubber
boots and a firefighting helmet.
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guests agreed that the most
exciting events of the day
included the PACFIRE and
small arms demonstration.
During the morning, guests
watched the firing of the ship's
MK 40 grenade launcher, and
were given the opportunity to
shoot the 50-caliber gun mount-
ed on the flight deck.
Donned with earplugs, family
members and friends crowded


the aft portion of the ship and
waited their turn to shoot the
powerful weapon.
After a hamburger and hot
dog cookout on the flight deck,
Sailors and their guests headed
up to the 02 level of the ship to
watch the firing of the MK 75
76-mm deck gun.
One of the most meaning-
ful and patriotic events of the
day occurred just before lunch,
when Sonar Technician 3rd
Class Corey Cauffiel reenlisted
for four more years in the Navy.
Division Officer Ensign Lindsay
Compton conducted the reen-
listment ceremony on the flight
deck to an audience including
Cauffiel's parents, De Wert
Commanding Officer, Cmdr.
Bill Campbell, fellow Sailors
from the division and several
family day cruise guests.
A smiling, yet serious,
Cauffiel proved to the guests
that Sailors take great pride in
serving their country aboard De
Wert.


-Photos courtesy of USS De Wert
USS De Wert Culinary Specialists man the barbeque pit
during a family day cruise.


Ensign Lindsay Compton reenlists Sonar Technician 3rd
Class Corey Cauffiel during the ship's friends and family
day cruise on April 13. Cauffiel's reenlistment was one of
the highlights of the day, including a shipboarding fire-
fighting ensemble, firing MK40 greande launchers and
shooting a 50-caliber gun.


The Sullivans Celebrates 10 Years


By Lt. Cmdr. Jim Kirby
USS The Sulhvans Executive Officer
USS The Sullivans (DDG 68)
celebrated 10 years of service
with a birthday cake cutting
ceremony on the messdecks on
April 19.
Cake cutting duties went
to the oldest Sailor on deplo-
ment, Interior Communications
Specialist 1t Class Kenneth
Berger, and the youngest,
Damage Control Fireman
Recruit Joshua Simmons.
The Sullivans in the company
of USS Roosevelt (DDG 80)
was participating in Exercise


Noble Manta, the largest Anti-
Submarine Warfare Exercise
conducted in the Mediterranean.
The exercise included NATO
warships, aircraft and subma-
rines from seven different coun-
tries.
Reflecting on the solemn his-
tory of the ship's namesakes,
The Sullivans Commanding
Officer, Cmdr. Anthony Parisi,
compared the actions of USS
The Sullivans to that of the
events surrounding the service
of the Sullivan Brothers.
Sixty-five years ago, during
the Battle of Guadalcanal, on


Nov. 13, 1942, USS Juneau was
torpedoed by a Japanese diesel
submarine and sank.
This terrible event was
marked by the loss of the five
Sullivan brothers: George,
Francis, Joseph, Madison and
Albert.
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marked the day with conduct-
ing several successful simulated
attacks on two diesel subma-
rines assigned as opposing forc-
es and ensured the safe passage
of the assigned high value unit.
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ating with USS Roosevelt,


the ship named for the sitting
President and First Lady at the
time of tragedy.
Throughout the exercises, The
Sullivans' ASW Team headed
by Ensign Keith LeJeune and
Chief Sonar Technician Surface
(SW) Tony Goulet expertly
detected, tracked, and pros-
ecuted several diesel subma-
rines. The team capitalized on
the training conducted prior
to deployment during several
Southeastern ASW Integrated
Training Initiative Exercises and
Submarine Commander Courses
with Destroyer Squadron 24.


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USS The Sullivans celebrated its 10th birthday with a
cake cutting ceremony with youngest and oldest Sailors,
Damage Control Fireman Recruit Joshua Simmons and
Interior Communications Specialist 1st Class Kenneth
Berger, respectively.


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Navy Wives Clubs of America, Mayport Chapter #201
elected new officer for the 2007/08 year. Officers
from left are Installing Officer was President from
Jax #86 Amy Johnston, President: Diana Bower,
Vice President & Treasurer Geri Bergh, Recording
Secretary, Brandi Schmus, Corresponding Secretary
Maxine Hardesty, Parlementarian Nellie Messer, (not
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Ensign Rob Toohig and Culinary Speciliast P Class Orlando Holt visit the Wailing Wall
in Jerusalem during a port visit to Haifa, Israel



USS The Sullivans Makes



Port Visit To Haifa. Israel


By Ensign James Kolb
USS The Sulhvans
USS The Sullivans (DDG 68)
stopped for a recent port visit in
Haifa, Israel.
While The Sullivans was in
Haifa from March 20-29, crew
members had the opportunity
to get some much need rest
and relaxation, interact with
members of the Israeli Navy
and experience several tours to
Jerusalem, Nazareth, the Jordan
river and Capernaum.
The small Middle Eastern
country of Israel is bordered
on four sides by the Muslim
nations of Egypt, Jordan, Syria
and Lebanon. Most of its east-
ern border is formed by the cele-
brated Jordan River, interrupted
by the Dead Sea half way down
the river's journey toward the
Gulf of Eilat, Israel's southern
border. To the west are the blue
waters of the Mediterranean,
The Sullivans home away from
home for the last four months.
As part of Operation Active
Endeavor, one element of The
Sullivans mission is diplomatic
engagement. For most of the


crew, Israel has been a place
only read about in newspapers
and overheard on news pro-
grams on television and radio as
war torn and in disarray. Such
first impressions is a major rea-
son the crew of The Sullivans
was charged with exploring
these foreign communities and
understanding better our allies
in order to call them friends.
The people of Haifa,
Jerusalem, Massala and
Nazareth helped eliminate per-
ceptions as the crew of The
Sullivans shared in the beauty
and hospitality that makes Israel
such a critical facet of regional
peace and longevity.
From the white beaches of
Haifa to historic temples of
Jerusalem, Nazarene landmarks,
and unforgettable geography of
the Dead Sea, the crew of The
Sullivans had the experience of
a lifetime.
Some lucky crewmembers
had the opportunity to cross
deck on Israeli Naval vessels
and participate in simulators
at the Israeli Training Base -
Haifa.


The Wet Trainer tested teams
from both countries' Damage
Control departments' ability to
combat flooding. The experi-
ence was valuable both for its
training capacity and for the
beach party atmosphere that
resulted afterward.
The other simulator tested
Anti-Submarine Warfare capa-
bilities and was an opportunity
many smaller nations have not
yet been able to develop.
The Sullivans' Sailors also
had the opportunity to play
the Israelis in several different
sports. After the different sport-
ing events, the Israeli Navy
hosted The Sullivans with a
cookout that included several
different foods that are unique
to that region.
For the crew of USS The
Sullivans, the experiences of
Israel taught a valuable lesson
in learning more about what
is not fully understood, and
offered an occasion to create a
camaraderie found only in the
world's navies.


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$238,000,MLS 336977, 3BR, 2BA, 1624 sf,
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$237,900 MLS 331589, 3BR/2BA, 1570sf,
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$469,900, MLS 339844, 4BR/3BA, 2468sf,
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$229,900, MLS 335038, 4BR/2BA, 1617sf,
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3BA, 2448sf, FR w/FP, Open KIT, Preserv
Views 247-4442
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$226,900, MLS 354120, 3BR, 2BA, 1425sf,
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$309,900, MLS 359970, 3BR,2BA, 1900sf,
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Risk, Change Key Topics At Helo Symposium


By Dan Steber
Naval Safety Center Public,.
The deputy commander
for the Naval Safety Center
addressed a large crowd of peo-
ple at the 2007 Naval Helicopter
Association (NHA) Symposium
held at the Town and Country
Convention Center in San Diego
on April 10-13.
"Change is the mother of all
risk," Marine Col. Jim Jamison
told the group, "and combat
readiness is our mission at the
Naval Safety Center. We pro-
duce measurable readiness
when we prevent mishaps and
keep our helicopters out of the
drink."
His point about change fol-
lowed a session where Fleet
Anti-Submarine Warfare
Command Commander RADM
John Waickwicz discussed the
changing missions and roles in
the helicopter community. The
admiral told the attendees that
helicopters have deployed in
many different ways from hurri-
cane relief, worldwide humani-
tarian roles with USS Mercy,
disaster relief efforts, and com-
bat missions to various regions
around the world.


-Photo by MC2 Shannon Warner
Cmdr. Jack Hanzlick and Exhibitor Rick Tarr discuss the Naval Aviation Enterprise at the
Annual Naval Helicopter Association Symposium Exhibition. The symposium is held for
members of the aviation community to discuss Navy helicopter operations.
"The future is not five years lenge. Non-traditional missions In Jamison's address to the
or five months down the road, are now traditional; and, while helicopter professionals from
it is now," Waickwicz said. "We we adapt to new tasking, we the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast
must seize the opportunity to must continue to operate safe- Guard and industry, he reviewed
move ahead, that's our chal- ly." current safety trends and efforts


underway at the Naval Safety
Center to keep mishaps, injuries
and deaths at the lowest levels
in several years.
Jamison noted that the Navy
and Marine Corps are success-
ful as long as we're moving the
mishap trends in the right direc-
tion. He applauded the Navy's
efforts so far this year for
achieving a 0.21 aviation mis-
hap rate, well below historical
averages and lining up to be the
best year ever. But he warned
that the 241 people lost last year
to mishaps (144 in PMV crashes
alone) means more work must
be done.
"Safety progress occurs in
commands and squadrons when
leaders are engaged," said
Jamison. "Individual efforts
of our aircrew and maintain-
ers have been aggregating into
some very good numbers. We
have been looking at human
factors in mishaps and must find
ways to reduce human error. If
we can't do this, we can't put
warheads on foreheads. If we
can learn from each other, it
makes us more effective. We
need to look at mishaps and ask,
as an enterprise, what we can do


to make our rates even better."
The colonel discussed current
efforts to reinvigorate the opera-
tional risk management (ORM)
program and took frank ques-
tions from the audience about
their concerns with ORM, Web-
enabled safety system (WESS),
and other safety efforts to pre-
vent on- and off-duty mishaps.
"I learned a lot more than
expected about the Naval Safety
Center: where it's at, and where
it's headed," said Lt. Valerie
Van De Venter, a pilot and line
division officer at Helicopter
Sea Combat Squadron 26.
"I was glad to hear about the
ways that command is help-
ing us and was shocked to hear
about drownings in the des-
ert, tow-tractor incidents, and
other mishaps. This session
really raised my awareness,"
she added. "I know that I must
be more intrusive and get out
more to watch and talk with
my Sailors. With my words and
presence, I must impress upon
them to be attentive at all times
and to let them know that bad
things can happen even during
routine jobs."


Navy Terminates Littoral Combat Ship 3
From the Office ofthe Assistant Secre- LCS 3, which are being built by The Navy remains committed its costs remain defined and
tary ofDefense Public,; Lockheed Martin under a cost- to completing construction on manageable. If the cost perfor-
Secretary of the Navy Donald plus contract. LCS 1 under the current con- mance becomes unacceptable,
C. Winter announced April The Navy announced in tract with Lockheed Martin. then General Dynamics will be
12 that the Department of the March that it would consider LCS 2 and 4 are under con- subject to similar restructuring
Navy is terminating construc- lifting the stop-work order tract with General Dynamics, requirements.
tion of the third Littoral Combat on LCS 3 if the Navy and and the Navy will monitor "LCS continues to be a criti-
Ship (LCS 3) for convenience Lockheed Martin could agree their cost performance closely. cal warfighting requirement for
under the termination clause of on the terms for a fixed price The Navy intends to continue our Navy to maintain domi-
the contract because the Navy incentive agreement by mid- with the plan to assess costs nance in the littorals and stra-
and Lockheed Martin could not April. The Navy worked closely and capabilities of LCS 1 and tegic choke points around the
reach agreement on the terms of with Lockheed Martin to try to LCS 2 and transition to a single world," said Winter. "While this
a modified contract, restructure the agreement for seaframe configuration in fis- is a difficult decision, we rec-
The Navy issued a stop-work LCS 3 to more equitably bal- cal year 2010 after an opera- ognize that active oversight and
order on construction on LCS ance cost and risk, but could not tional assessment and consider- strict cost controls in the early
3 in January following a series come to terms and conditions ing all relevant factors. General years are necessary to ensuring
of cost overruns on LCS 1 and that were acceptable to both Dynamics' ships will continue we can deliver these ships to the
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Maypor!

By Marsha Childs
NHJMarketing
MA1 Lucia Ortega serves
as the Mayport Security
Department's Special Events
Coordinator, which includes
planning ship returns and coor-
dinating retirement ceremonies.
But for the past 9 months she
has been planning for her own
special event.
This proud mom delivered
her beautiful daughter Lauryn
on March 7 at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville.
Assigned to Naval Station
Mayport, Ortega was followed
at Branch Health Clinic (BHC)
Mayport for her entire preg-
nancy. She delivered at the
hospital by Cesarean delivery,
often called a C-section, after
the baby was found to be in a
breech position.
Babies ideally should be in
a head-down position in the
mother's uterus at the end of
the pregnancy. When a baby's
feet or buttocks are in the birth


Security Mom Receives Early Delivery


canal, it is called a breech birth.
A breech baby may be delivered
vaginally, but it is generally
safer for the mom to deliver by
C-section. Ortega was sched-
uled for a C-section on March
15, but went into labor and
delivered one week early.
Lt. Cmdr. Mark Fowler, the
duty obstetrician, performed
Ortega's surgery. She said, "I
just met him yesterday morn-
ing. The nurses and staff said
he was a very good doctor. He
was so approachable and joking
around. He was great!"
Nurse Practitioner Nancy
Yarnell, assigned to BHC
Mayport, cared for Ortega dur-
ing her pregnancy. Ortega
described Yarnell as friendly
and helpful. "Ms. Yarnell told
me my baby was breech and
prepared me as much as she
could about the delivery pro-
cess. She was very nice and
answered all my questions,"
Ortega said.
This is Ortega's second child;


her first child, Michaylah, is
excited to have a new baby
sister. Lauryn weighed in at
8 pounds, 2 ounces with a full
head of dark hair.
BHC Mayport staff has
been working with obstetrical
patients to ensure the services
meet their needs. That includes
offering patients the opportunity
to complete the pre-admission
paperwork at the clinic instead
of having to travel to the hospi-
tal. Ortega reported her admis-
sion went very quickly once she
arrived at the hospital.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
helps expectant parents deliver
about 120 babies each month.
The newly renovated MIU
offers private rooms with bath,
free Internet access, E-mail
Baby service and a state-of-the-
art infant security system.
Ortega also praised the
Maternal Infant Unit (MIU)
nursing staff. "They have been
helping me out a lot. My stay
has been really good," she said.


-Photo by HMI(SW) Michael Morgan
MA1 Lucia Ortega with her new baby, Lauryn, in the Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Maternal Infant Unit.


NavHosp Jax Launches Free Weekly E-Mail Service


By Marsha Childs weeks 7 to 42 of pregnancy and The service offers expectant
NHJMarketing weeks 1 to 52 of infancy will be and new parents customized
Naval Hospital Jacksonville is sent to any e-mail address you information, news, and resourc-
with you every step of the way choose. es from the parent education
through your pregnancy and Expectant parents are faced staff. It also allows the hospital
for the first year of your baby's with a confusing range of preg- team to develop a richer, more
life. Pregnant or new parents nancy and parenting information supportive relationship with
can learn amazing things about books, magazines, television, their patients.
their baby with the hospital's and the well-meaning advice of Patients and family mem-
new weekly parenting e-mail friends and family. It is dif- bers may enroll themselves at
service-The Parent Review ficult to know how to sort it all NavalHospitalJax.med.navy.
(TPR). out. Now, OB patients at Naval mil. to start receiving weekly
TPR is a free innovative Hospital Jacksonville have a parenting e-mail messages at 7-
weekly e-mail service with resource with reliable informa- weeks gestation. Messages are
valuable pregnancy and parent- tion to guide them through their personalized to the patient's due
ing information sent just when pregnancy and the first year of date and continue for the first
you need it. Information for their baby's life. year of their baby's life. During

Naval Hospital Jacksonville


Celebrates Lab Excellence


By Terry Lane, M.S.
NH Jacksonville Laboratory Depart-
ment
The Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's laboratory
department is celebrating
National Medical Laboratory
Professionals Week (NMLPW)
April 22-28, while also cele-
brating a successful five-month
span of unannounced accredita-
tion inspections.
NMLPW is a collaborative
effort sponsored by ten national
clinical laboratory organizations
that provides the profession
with a unique opportunity to
increase public understanding
of and appreciation for all clini-
cal laboratory personnel.
The Naval Hospital's labo-
ratory department consists of
nearly 60 military and civilian


By Caroline J. Cederquist,
MD
Contributor
Ah, the good life. Dining out,
shopping for clothes, dining out,
shopping for clothes, dining
out, shopping, wait a minute. Is
there a pattern here?
Americans are eating out
more and more, and leading
researchers say that's a big part
of why so many of us are over-
weight. The biggest part of that
big part? Big portions Portion
Distortion!
When we eat out, we are usu-
ally getting a portion of food
that is double, or even three or
four times the size of what is
considered a normal serving.
Many restaurant meals are
upwards of 1,000 calories for
a single meal! Remember what
a big deal the Quarter Pounder
was when it was introduced in
the 1970s? Nowadays, it's not
surprising to see one-third and
one-half pound burgers on a
menu.
And it's not just at restau-
rants. Grocery stores, baker-
ies, delis, everywhere, the por-
tions are simply ballooning.
Remember when a muffin was
roughly the size of a cupcake?
Not any more!
Yet researchers find, we're
still eating the whole thing,
whatever the thing, without
comprehending the alarming
increase in our daily caloric
intake.
It's not that restaurants and
food producers are deliberately
trying to make us fat. They're
just trying to protect their mar-
.ket share of your food dol-
:lars, and to do that, they look


personnel performing more than
one million tests a year in the
fourth busiest Navy Medicine
laboratory. In addition, the
hospital oversees lab opera-
tions and provides assistance
to Navy laboratories extending
from Georgia to Guantanamo
Bay, and currently has six staff
members deployed in sup-
port of worldwide operations.
The laboratory is accredited
and inspected by the College
of American Pathologists,
American Association of Blood
Banks, and the Food and Drug
Administration. In fact, within
the last five months all three
agencies have conducted unan-
nounced inspections at all
branch clinics and the hospital
laboratory all resulting in full
compliance and accreditation.


Get the Skinny


for ways to improve value and
appeal for their consumers.
Actual food ingredients are
relatively cheap, compared to
packaging, labor, rent, research,
marketing, lobbying, advertis-
ing, and all the other expenses
of bringing you that meal or
snack. So from their end, it's
just good business to give you
more and make you feel like
you're getting a deal. Everyone
loves a bargain, and good value
keeps us coming back.
The regular old 7-11 soda
grew into a Gulp, and then a Big
Gulp and then a Super Gulp.
The basic American hamburger
and fries meal got supersized,
then double-sized.
But no matter how big they
get, we keep eating whatever
is served. With that much more
food passing as a single meal,
they might as well call it trou-
ble-sized!
Many of us were raised hear-
ing the admonition to "clean
that plate," and we feel obligat-
ed to finish whatever is served,
whether or not Mom is still
watching.
So take a plate full of way
more food than we need, togeth-
er with the training to eat more
than we might even want, and
you have a pretty reliable rec-
ipe for over-eating, and hence,
weight gain.
But perhaps the most impor-
tant consequence of all the
commercial supersizing is what
it's done to our perception of
appropriate portions.
As we get used to seeing
those big portions when we eat
out, we tend to recreate them in
our home kitchens, so that even


President Bush issued a con-
gratulatory letter on March 28
in honor of NMLPW and noted
"I appreciate the skill and dedi-
cation of our Nation's medical
laboratory professionals. Your
efforts reflect the compassion-
ate spirit of America and help
improve the health of people
throughout the country."
Hospital Laboratory Medical
Director Lt. Cmdr. M. Lehman,
said, "We are proud of the
work we do and are painstak-
ingly meticulous in performing
our jobs to provide dependable
answers to ultimately benefit
patients. We here at the Navy
hospital have the added privi-
lege of assisting our broth-
ers and sisters throughout the
world."


when we do our own cooking,
we again serve ourselves more
than we need, or even should
have.
Researchers found that of all
the places where we're getting
bigger portions, fast food serv-
ings have grown the most, fol-
lowed by those we dish up at
home. Our sense of appropriate
servings has simply been dis-
torted.
So what to do? When you're
at home, fill the plates from
the stove and bring them to the
table. Repeated studies have
shown that if the food is within
arm's reach, we'll eat it. But if
we've got to go and get it, we
are less likely to have more.
And before you do go for sec-
onds, just sit a few moments
and let your body catch up. It
takes about 30 minutes for the
hormones that signal satiety to
get the message from the stom-
ach to the brain.
When eating out, just imagine
that every meal you order has a
notation in the menu that says
S'cn 'cS two." Decide how much
you want to eat at the beginning
of the meal, and before you
even start, put the rest in that
take-home container.
And when you've had
enough, stop. Being satisfied
doesn't mean feeling stuffed,
and enjoying a good meal
shouldn't leave you uncomfort-
able afterwards. That mountain
of mashed potatoes isn't Mr.
Everest, and you don't have to
eat it just "because it's there."


pregnancy, the hospital's mes-
sages include week-by-week
information on fetal develop-
ment, wellness tips, and valu-
able resources.
After the baby is born, mes-
sages offer child development
information, practical tips on
baby care, health and safety,
and other topics of special inter-


est to new parents. The hospi-
tal's weekly parenting e-mail
also provides brief reviews of
the latest research on pregnancy
and newborn issues in an easy-
to-understand format.
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
understands that pregnancy is a
very important event for military
families. Family-centered care


means being supportive before,
during and after the baby's birth
and the Parent Review is anoth-
er initiative, which provides that
support. To sign up for this free
service, visit the hospital's web
site at http://navalhospitaljax.
med.navy.mil.


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acre. Large LR, Front
kitchen, private lot.
Cony to Jacksonville and
St. Augustine $101,900
Financing (866)471-2005
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ORANGE PARK $140,000,
3 bed/2 full bath in really
nice part of tanglewood,
great neighbors. Well
kept up house and
neighborhood. By
owner. (904)803-4638.

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904.338.7490
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0 closing on nice
3/2/2. Seller is anx-
ious. Call 779-1918
for more into.
ARLINGTON off 9A &
Merrill Rd 4/2, 1896sf.
stucco, dbl gar, fenced,
alarm $226K 904-613-7133

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AVONDALE 3/2, ch/a,
1430sf, hwd firs, new
kit, pnt, plumbing, etc.
$275,000. Ph 904-465-3301


ATLANTIC BEACH
BEAUTY!
Must see to believe!
Drastically reduced at
$259,900. 67 Saratoga
Cir. 3br/1.5ba on huge 1/2
ac. lot. Bike ride to
beach. Everything is
new...roof, electric,
plumbing, appliances,
kitchen, Italian tile
floors, cultured marble
bathroom vanities in
quiet culdesac with
great neighbors. Ph.
904-626-0663
INTRACOASTAL WEST
Kensington, below appr
value like new, 3/2,
new cpt, fresh pnt, huge
grt rm, w/vaulted ceil &
fp. Motivated seller
904-703-7911


FOR SALE

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SOUTHSIDE
N. JAX
THE BEACHES
HOMES, CONDOS
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Intracoastal West
Kensington 4/2 1925
Sqft. Split Bedroom
w/in-ground pool,
lakefront lot. 8 miles
from Mayport. $265,000
Call 220-2801 or 612-7537
MANDARIN
REDUCED!, lakefront,
3/2, 1768sf, remod kit, fp,
Irg lot, RV-Boat prkng,
Irg shop, scrn prch $249K
obo, agent, 407-293-0589

I MANDARIN I
STATION
3 BR, 2 BA, Huge fam-
ily room with Massive
I brick fireplace, eat-in |
kitchen, separate
DR/Office computer
room, screened porch,
new tile in baths, 1974
SF new A/C, roof in I
'02, large fenced yard,
beautifully land- -
scaped, custom built
storage shed,
many upgrades
11060 Reading Rd.
$239,900
L 904 386-4210

MARSH LANDING 5/4 w/
heated pool Screened
Lanai, Reduced $100k
Immaculate! $1,049,000
PONTE VEDRA E. 4 BR
+ office w/pool E. of
AlA 42" Sony HDTV
$799,900. Great Value!
Marsh Landing Realty
Pam Henry 631-1168
Military Discount
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www.RebateTheBuyer.com
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NORTHSIDE Problem
Credit OK. Owner fin w/
$4900 dwn 4br/3ba,
2500sf, all new all brk,
RTO $1400m 904-838-7021
NORTHSIDE 41/2
acres off New Ber-
lin Rd. 3 bedroom
2 bath home utility
barn horse stalls
garage front & back
porches -great
place for horses
Must See $300,000
call 751-2729

F NORTHSIDE ]
BLOCK HOME
4 Bedroom, 2 Bath
corner lot huge
yard priced to sell
904 704-6470
4505 Lincrest Dr.S

Northside / Westside
STOP RENTING!
Easy qualifying 550 credit
score. New construction
homes. Call 904-535-9695
Open House Sun 2-5pm 3/2
Luxury condo w/ beaut.
oceanviews $799-899k
Lynn Saul 859-9100
Re/Max Specialists
PVB5BR/4BA $1,285,000
Jax Bch 4/2.5 $875,000
PV 4/4 $489,900
PVB 2/2 $200,000
Call Kay Kennedy 631-4184
Watson Realty
SOUTHSIDE Cony to
base, remodeled 3/1,
w/pool, priv and invit-
ing fncd yd, w/fruit trees
and koi pool, move in
cond, Watson Real
Estate Svcs 904.241.727
Southside 3/2 Water
Front Wood Floors,
FPL, Appliances,
Cabinet upgrades,
fence landscaping, marble
tub, water softener.
904-307-0396 $237,000.00
4L UNF- Lantana Lakes
2 Story Home. Spa-
cious 3/2.5, nice yard. 2
community pools.
$199,999. 619-3034.
wL WESTSIDE 3/1.5,
15 2 0 s f Icar
detached garage,
and 8x10 storage
shed. Close to NAS.
FSBO (904)465-2143
westside
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229-6303

WESTSIDE- WHAT A
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family room, living
room, large master
bedroom suite, walk-in
closets, garden tub,
volume ceilings, inside
utility area, fenced
back yard with
screened porch. Mas-
ter bedroom 21'x16'5".
2528 Sq. Ft. Conve-
nient to Orange Park.
Built in 2003.
$224,990
Priced to sell.
Call for appointment.
904 613-0097

WESTSIDE Rolling Hills
1/3acre 2060sf, new roof,
wd firs, many updates,
AC, shed, $199K 465-1154
4, Jacksonville Beach
Beautiful 3 BR 2 1/2
BA. 1654 sqft.
Oceanfront Condo
w/300 sqft. Balcony
overlooking Jax Bch.
$815,500. 249-1666.


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Must see t Southsde/Baymeadows Sale Site: 553 Industrial Estate Investors car gar, eat in kit,
appreciate! CAMPFIELD Park Dr. Baxley, Ga. Not Credit Based fenced yd, $1100mo. Call
Beautiful 1711sf Condo Wow, over $10,000 55+/- Ac. FAST CLOSINGS! !! 904-422-1653
in Fabulous Wolf reduction on this plus wood mulch plant, Call Ben 904-654-CASH
Creek. Upgraded Nearly new 3/2 Pulte Baxley, Ga. Equity Lending Arlington RTO 3/2,
reek. U upgraded Condo. Concrete block *1081+/- Ac. w/Satilla carport, fncd bkyd,
Everythinis austom construction, first River Frontage, ANGELO BUYS $1050mo. $1000 dep.
Paint/Stainless appiJ- floor unit. Near St. Brantley Co., Ga.O BUYS 904.4637420
ances/W-D/ Preserve Johns Town Center *608+/-Ac. HOUSES CASH !
view/Home warranty! and easy commute to Timberland w/creek, Any cond, handyman, **************
Better than Model & base. Has been great Wayne Co., Ga. fire damaged, Arlington, Southside
Barely lived in. Move home for military "385+/- Ac. distressed, vacant or Westside, Northside
in Ready! $229,900 family for over a yr. Timberland w/creek, occupied, ANYWHERE, Stop Pa Rent!
MLS 358781 VA Loan Approved. Telfair Co., Ga. ANY CONDITION... Stop Paying Rent! *
Douglas R. Campbell $199,900 Abundant wildlife. Apts/comm'l/residential New Homes in the $100'S*
904-608-0656 Donna Brandon More info at NO DEAL TOO BIG or
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Prudential Terms: 20% down auc- 904-626-1636 No Problem!
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NftworkRanity t ter of credit & balance
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for appointment.
Zenith Auctions, Donald ARLINTON EAST 3/2, 2
Patten, CAI, Auctioneer, car gar, scrn porch,
RE Broker Lic. #107251, fenced yd, $1200mo. Call
3BR/2BA In Yulee 1,575 GAL#1294, Lakeland, GA 904-422-1653
1.F.-cr.Le--229-482-2116 ARLINGTON
front, Fenc e,.Sree 1-800-822-0653 $150 DEPOSIT ATLANTIC BEACH 2/1.5
$5___ I TH, updated, incl W/D,
Porch, Less than 2 *Unfurnished Studios close to base, no pets,
YD.Motivated Seller.PCS IWATERFRONT -Pool-Fitness Ctr-Fishing $875m $875dep. Call
$229,000 904-553-3414 AMELIA ISL. Exclusive Conv to Town & Beaches
Carlton Dunes Oceanfrnt Beautiful creek- 904 6555587
s 4/4, 1st fir UPGRADES, front lot with deep IFROM $395 MO MARIETTA New Renov.
prof. decor, extra gar, water access in Furn & Unfurn 3br home or newly renov
H e3100sf w/2000sf porch. 3/2 MH's for rent/sale or
$1,750,000 obo. 229-630-8554 exclusive, gated Willow Lakes of Arl lease opt rensa. 904-309-1795e or

Julington Creek Planta- GA 1.50 acres 7703 Hare Ave.
tion FSBO 3/2, open fir 0.88 buildable. 725-0303 MOVING ???
$319plan, rady to o4031ve in. Just minutestO A NTIC BEACH Contact: Doris
the Intracoastal by 2/1, Kestner Rd Jakes @ Bear
PONTE VEDRA Blvd P boat. Community $725m+$500sec. 1 MO Realty Inc. Bus #:
4/3.5 Beach Access PONTE VEDRA I l te FREE RENT. 904-210-9402 Realty Inc. Bus#.
$1,200k Surr. by Nature BEACH, close to pool, tennis, I (904)234-5753.
Joan Swanson 635-7267 Mayport Base! 1/1 marina and more. AVONDALE Historic 2br Email: iakes-
Ponte Vedra Club RIty with loft, one car $149,900. /1.5ba, must renov, w/d doris@yahoo.com
garage, appliances stay, hu, Mex firs, IKEA kit,
$179,900 Susan Johnson 912 227-0666 J $795m. Dep nego 4715552 "We Care About
904-285-5640 Beaches our Customers"
WESTSIDE 3.5 AC w/ Get A Tour to Tour
frSleL PONTE Vedra Condo 2/2 older double wide,
with garage & private $155,000 obo. Call 229-315 FRESH
ALL ACTIVE DUTY beach access $215,000 -0657 or 229-868-7299 START! ORTEGA FARMS
PERSONNEL & VETS Valerie Shaw 612-4121 BIG LAND SALE -Acre- Near Mayport Cottages, w/d 2BR $550.
VA Home Loan Specialist Ponte Vedra Club Rity age for sale near Atlan- Naval Base 1BR $475mo.
100% Financing tic & Golden Isles. Lake, No pets/smkng 3881335
Seller pays closing costs. River, Marsh, & Wooded $20.07 For The
888-257-5963 o 1q acreage homesites. Save 1st Month On Southside
Pine State Mortgage B IG with pre develop 1 Bedrooms! SOUTHLAND
St. Marys 3/2ment pricing. Must act Beach Bluff Apt. University and Richard
Garage, Fenced unow! 866-4329341 (904) 223-9306 area. 4903 Ormewood.
Yard, New Paint, DuECESN E 3/2 w/carport. Avail now.
Carde, anefi-, BEACHES-NEPTUNE Only $895
Carpet, and fix-WoSS
tures. $130K 912-673-6744 Oakleaf Reduced! 2 mstr f Lg 3/15 Duplex, Walk To SUTTON LAKES
or 912-674-7706 br/2.5ba, 1496sf gar, Ocean Lg Deck, C EH&A, Between Regency and
patio, gated $1 64,900. No Pets, No Smokers beaches, nice 3/2, 2 car
WARREN CO. GA 904-327-5826, 904-291-1965 B lnewa3/2 223-5211 or 307-2841 gar, comm pool. $1200
71 AC $2,495 AC HAWKINS COVE
Wooded, paved road Snglie. @ beach, Northside Near Kernan and Atlan-
through the tract, keep Ctcall 200-1535 Luxurious 1, 2, & 3BR Apts tic Blvd. 4/2, 2 car gar,
one side and A 2la eV .:ll ,1 No Administrative/App Fee 2000sf. $1395
Free Water and Sewage.
sell the other. Your job is your credit. 1ST MONTH RENT FREE MANY MORE AVAIL.
404-362-8244 T n o New, Used, or Repo 2, (904) 751 1510 HOME FINDER
0St. Regis Paper Co. e & 4 bdrm. Call 246- 7684 REALTY 221-1711
vast./er co22 14X70 Quiet CoNorthside & Eastside or 241-5501
www.stregspaper.com WESTSIDE-FSBO-6 mi Park, all Appis. MOVE IN SPECIAL!* www.homefinderrealty.net
from NAS Jax, 3/2, Porch, deck, shed, Apt's from $395
at C t1560sf, $117k, Reno- trees, very nice Houses from $620 Southside Baymeadows/
vated Int/Ext. New place. 891-5200 Several to choose from. East Hampton 2 story,
r fo A/C, New Roof, 5661 Bryner $12,000.00 By Owner. Section 8 welcome! 3/25, 1975sf 2c gar, w/d
Dr. Lexington Sq. C/P Call Vincent 904-566-8073 $1600 mo+dep 881-0101
MANDARIN RD. Jul. Crk (904)803- 8277 f l)
1.5acres, brick 4/4 w/ofc, Beautiful new 3/2 16x80 ORANGE PARK 0 WESTSIDE 3/1
3800sf, Irg htd pool, outdr MH owner will finance 3 BR/2 BA CH & Aw/d hkup,
kit., dock w/lift. Qualified Dua o. nt E-Z qualifying. 695-2255 \ Lakeview, Sepa- / fenced yard, $900
buyers by appt. only. rate Dining RM, dep. 5645 Tampico;
$1.75mill. 904-579-7702 onIn[ve miI 12[ 1A' oln Luxury MBR, Fireplace, Near Walmart ono103rd.
2/1 at the beach Watersoftner, Big Call 904-278-2951
RIBAULT RIVER call 246-7684 Kitchen, Clubhouse,
Deep water lot, 1552 Pools, ect. Near NAS, Westside 3/1, like new,
Ribault Scenic Dr. $89.9k t RN I f1*. =41:1'VOlhWM**",Iklll Owners.com IDTPT3710 irg yd storage, W/D
904-509-6600 2/1 sales tax down Call 803-6617 or 772-7795 5427 Harriett Ave $850/m
San Jose St. Johns River investor Rehab $641/ mo. 249-9546 $1,300 monthly No Hud 704 -4741
PS a n J o s e S t J onn s R iv e r L ous i n t da 5 ar
view w/rk/canel access, Lowest Rates WANTED: GOOD SAN MARCO $500 Down U OWN
3860sf all brick reno- Highest LTV PEOPLE WITH 1 & 2 BR Special! All Areas 1st Mo. FREE
vated 6br/ba 5 2 half Bo No Junk Fees BAD CREDIT CALL 398 -9492 EZ QUALIFY
baths $899K 904-465-3353 Stringer You Pick The Home and Call the Hotline 388-1208
Waterfront Navigable We'll Do The LoanMany SAN MARCO, RIVER
OPNh OUSE9Sun0246Homes.. To Choos. Fro. FRONT COTTAGE -
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1629 Brookside Cr m 771-9055 or 962-1086 Beautiful view, 22,1700E
$449,90Bro ec sanoseinvestment.cAsk for Emma ft., deck, remodeled.
SSLIYbassprorea ty.c $1400. Call 733-2017
omi (904)349-1547 SELLING YOUR

or Assume Loan.7308606 Special. 1 BR, $440.OCEAN
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home remod. 3/2 on lac. 1 a. I-3 acres HIGH & DRY! R1 2NEWLY PREMODELEDT P l on
$249,900. Cridland & Crid- Fishpond, ready for Fo -- (4 le e5dlra
land GMAC 352-207-3389 homes or MH's. Owner (904) 751 -1510
finance call 904-259-8256 APPALACHIAN Style it .
n in cabin shell in rustic CaeAt with phe
866-432-934 1572 B ncom m unity, near Lake
Lure, NC. Views, trails,
r n o go ARLINGNwaterfalls! $124,000. |H
ST. AUGUSTINE Oppty iww.blackrockcarolina.com beaches]
of a lifetime. Waterfront Fleming Island-
Intracoastal condo 2/2 NORTH G.A. Mountain HUNTER'S DREAM Eagle Harbor
immac $489K. 904-471-0163 Suches, high elevation, located in middle of V ON WATER- Visit us r Cal
clear mountain streams, Raiford Management 5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL or
St. John County mountain vistas, old area.12.71 Acres on roomw/heat&AC, free
farms, lots, creek and County Road 125. Some heated pool, tennis &
river properties. Clearing has been done golf in community.
O n r Call for Free Brochure. Well w/hand pump. Ask REDUCED from
1-888-247- 6492 ing $12,500 per acre obo. $2,000/mto $1,825/im.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH mountainpropertylimited.com Please call 904-699-9837 542-7908
Oceanfront Lot 200 Ft F
Oceanfront property with
43 ft. high bluffs. North of
Guana River State Park 8:0-J:0M-F f rYUi
Landing. 1.45 acres Al
904 737-9111 or 904 354-0668 B d o
PONTE Vedra -Lovely 4/2 One Bedroom Starting At
Just N of PV Inn & Club. ^ OI
$4,950k Ocean & golf vw F
Susan Fort 514-7150
Ponte Vedra Club Rity $ 8I
S. PONTE VEDRA 4/3.5
all 3 floors $2,690,000.
Dennis Desimone 233-5797
Ponte Vedra Club Rity


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Stop by our sales office at
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OPEN 1:00 TO 5:00
Call 241-2270 OR 246-9268
MANDARIN
Sugarmill, 2/2.5 fully
renovated, $132k.
904-335-0661
Mandarin 2/2 1050 Sq.Ft.
upgraded, new dish-
washer new roof over
looks preserve will co-op
$121,200 FHA 540-2845
RIVERSIDE Large
IBR/1BA, Chef's
kitchen. Secured
grounds/park, pool,
on river. $289,000
Call 350-9085
cell 307-8304


2 FERNANDINA
Beautiful 5BR/4BA
for rent. Home in
Golf Comm. $1950.
904-548-0460.




Ponte Vedra E. of A1A 3/2
-+ ofc 2000sf., court yrd
pool, lawn /pool svc incl.
pets ok. $1900. 904- 703-0242



Fleming Island, 3 BR
S Condo For Rent. Liv-
ing RAA, Family RAA,
Dining RAA, Loft with 2
1/2 Bath, Gated, 1840 SF,
Garage, Clubhouse, ect.
MAasterbed: $475, Bedroom:
$400 each. Deposit $1500 ea.
Call 904-803-4287
FLEMING ISLAND 3/2
renovated, W/D, 2 pools,
gym, A schools,
$1050mo. Call 278-2734
OAKLEAF Waterfront
New Condo. 3/2 W/D,
fridge, screened porch,
$1050 904-226-9760



Intracoastal West New gated
3/3, 2200sf on marsh,
granite, SS appi, pool,
gar, $1695 14' ceil
3/3 Pnths 1895 273-0125
MANDARIN GLEN 2/2
with W/D, new carpet,
fresh paint. $850/m
+dep. 262-3058 evenings.
REGENCY AREA/
KENDALL POINTE Free
Cable & Internet. 2/2 $995,
larger 2/2 $995, conve-
neint to base at Mayport.
North Kernan/Kernan
Forest 3/2, 1260SF $1175,
convenient to Wonder
wood Expressway. Realty
Executives, Ponte Vedra
904-249-7676, press 2
SOUTHSIDE I IL Vilagio
(2) units 3/2 Condo's
$1200mo.
Call Cindy 904-945-2415



AMELIA ISL. Exclusive
Carlton Dunes Oceanfrnt
4/4, 1st fir, UPGRADES,
prof. decor, extra gar,
3100sf w/2000sf porch.
$5000-$10K/mo. 229-630-8554




Ponte Vedra Luxury
Belleza 2/2, Fully renov.
Resort amenities. Sale
or Rent, 904-880-4616



Atlantic Bch/A1A N. near
Elem. Lg clean BR furn.
$350m+$250dp. 866-3200
JACKSONVILLE BEACH
share 3br/2ba home,
pool, $550 mo+dep.
incl. until. 904-249-1890
RIVERSIDE/Avondale
2/1.5 to share. $500mo.
$500dp. 904-813-4111


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(Mobile Home in Bartram Oaks)
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ROOM FOR
RENT ASAP
for 3BDR/2BA
Luxury Highrise
Apartment, overlooking
St.Johns River, Pool,
$445 a month, Utilities M
or F, Clean, Must have
credit for Info call
757-839-8242
A ROOMMATE
NEEDED ASAP for
3BDR/2BA Luxury
Highrise Apart-
ment, overlooking
St.Johns River, Pool,
$445 a month, Utilities M
or F, Clean, Must have
credit for Info call
757-839-8242
, WESTSIDE 9 miles
from NAS Jax, share
3/2_ home, Male,
non-smoker, $500 a
month includes utilites call
704-1078
Atlantic Blvd/San Pablo
3/2, $450m incl. elect,
catv, net, w/d. 742-2985



Argyle Forest
Room to Rent.
$450.00 plus 1/3 until.
Call 803-2098 or 777-4272
or 535-1453. 1-295 Orange
Park, NAS.
NORTHSIDE ROOM
TO RENT
New Large Home in
Victoria Lakes, Call
904-434-2395 Samira
& SOUTHSIDE
ROOM FOR RENT
4 BR, 2 BA House,
Utilities included.
Call Troy 904-703-2533
$533.00 monthly
LUXURY ROOMS
w/MAicrowave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 7253343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211





Lease to own nice 2 & 3
Bedrm MH's E-Z Quali-
fying call Sandy 695-2255





SUWANNEE Riverfront
vacation cottage w/dock.
Stilted 2/1 retreat-Near
confluence of Santa Fe &
Ichetucknee $350per wk.
904-646-3992 or 904-568-0461




PARTIAL HOSP. CLINIC
off-review & clean.
Part A/B & AHCA cert
St. Augustine; $250K
Call Jorge 904-398-0506








Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia




DOWNTOWN Space
available to share in
Modis biding. Call
904-631-6273
Mandarin Office
Furn or Unfurn. 12
Telephones and Workstations
Warehouse Avail. 288-8500
SOUTHSIDE 2500SF,
ofc/warehse w/24/hr
surveillance, newly built
office, AC, spacious
warehouse. 646-1275
SOUTHSIDE -1-95 & JTB
close to St.Luke Hosp, Medi-
cal or Prof., 2 suites: 2020
SF at $2300/mo (avail.
Immediately) and 2130 SF at
$2400/mo (avail. July 07).
Full service excluding lani-
torial. Call Barbara at
904-281-7718.








Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Georgia





KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Comm. bidg zoned BB,
apprx 800sf, .5ac's. $650m
+sec dp. 352-473-7749





JACKSONVILLE BEACH
Church or Elementary
School avail. 1315 2nd
Ave. N. 5200SF bldg.
auditoruim, stage,
baths, kit, meeting
room, ample parking,
next to a park. Contact
Jeff at 904-514-1090
RESTAURANT
Bldg. 8750sf -San Marco
for sale or lease. 1444
Home st. off Hendricks
Ava. New roof and
HVAC for 5yr lease.
$3000/mo.
Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
356-2228 Realtor
SOUTHSIDE Warehouse
Condo Units for sale/
lease. 2760SF, dividable,
3 (920SF). 8802 Corpo-
rate Square Ct. Contact
Jeff at 904-514-1090


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




PIRTEK USA
Unique B2B franchise
has exclusive territo-
ries available in Jack-
sonville (888) 774-7835:
www.pirtekusa.com


ST. MARY'S GA.
RETAIL BUSINESS for
sale, fully stocked. For
info. call 904 874 5077


Private Instruction
Schools
Specialty Training/
Events





REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class May 7
8 Week Eve Class May 16
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute















Job Fairs
Resume Service
Accounting
Bookkeeping
* Advertising/Media
* Architecture/
Interior Design/
Graphics Design
* Automotive Sales/
Service
* Aviation
* Civil Service/
Government/
Public Administration
Computer Hardware/
Software/
Programming
* Construction
* Customer Service
* Dental
*Domestic Services/
Caregiving
* Delivery Driver
Education/Teaching/
Training
Engineering
* Entertainment
Executive/
Management
* Finance/Investment
*General Employment
* Hotel/Hospitality/
Tourism
Industrial Trades
Insurance
Landscaping/Grounds
Maintenance
Law Enforcement/
Security/Safety
Legal
Maintenance/
Janitorial Services
Manufacturing
Marketing
Medical/Health Care
Marine/Trade
Nurses/Nurses Aides
Office/Clerical/
Administration
Part-Time
Personal Services/
Beauty
Real Estate/Property
Management
Recreation/Sports/
Fitness
Restaurant/Bar/Club/
Food/Beverages
Retail
Sales
Science/Research
Social Services/
Counseling
Technical Support
Telemarketing
Transportation
Warehouse/Inventory
Work at Home
Positions Wanted


101lWI


FRONT DESK/CHAIR-
SIDE ASSISTANT. Full
TimePosition will
require working in both
areas and experience
required. Mon-Thurs
hours w/benefits. Fax
resume' to 757-3924




L l kL'J :hAqVA 4:4 M UNVAh
w/warehouse duties.
Entry level, $8hr.
Apply in person at
The Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400. Drug Free wkplc
PROFESSIONAL
DRIVER/MOVERS
WANTED, full time or
part time, Please call
Maggie at 904-739-1441





SCHOLASTIC INC. is
looking for secondary
educators to provide
support & coaching to
reading teachers in
NE Florida. Posi-
tions include annual
contracts w/salary and
benefits & short term
contracts. Experience
w/ READ 180 & staff
development pre-
ferred. Resumes to
cchanter@scholastic.com.





CLEANING HELP
Days. 30-35 hours. West-
side Residential Flex-
ible hours. $700/hr to
start. Call 384-6131
STOCK POSITION
Heavy lifting required.
No nights or Sundays.
Call Patti at 249-3749.




PLUMBERS, FOREMEN,
HELPERS
Local multi-family projects,
benefits,
1-(877) 351-6226 or
www.iacroson.com
DFWP/EOE





aptitude, good work
ethic and motivated.
Prefer min. 2 yrs expe-
rience. All shifts. Good
pay. Benefits. Call
904-292-2999 or fax
resume to 904-292-0999.




DISPATCHER/
CLERICAL
Westside. Dependable,
Previous exp and
knowledge of jackson-
ville area helpful. Detail
oriented, Salary Range
$12-$14, Willing to learn
lite field work. Drug
Testing reqd, some
wkends, needed imTed.
AA Septic Pumping,
Apply @ 8300 W. Beaver
St., 781-9156 or Fax
Resume 783-3197 EOE










Arlington
&
Beaches Areas

We are looking for
reliable men and
women for paper
route independent
contractors.

*Must be Bondable
*Have dependable
transportation
(preferably a van)
*And home phone.
If this interest you,
please call and
eave a message
with your name,
address and phone
number. Call

904- 359-4137
or
904-483-6537

Beacon
Center
10909 Atlantic Blvd.
Suite 10
Carriers are
independent
contractors.





DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111
DANCERS NEEDED
$$100$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033

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

DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370

DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641-5033

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110




Driver: Dedicated
Jacksonville Terminal

Avg. $825-$1025/ week



Avg. $683-$907 / week
85% preloaded / pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
Drive Yellow Cab.
Make as much as you
need! Must have good
background.493-5250 dfw

TRUCK DRIVER/
RIGGER
CDL A req'd. Full ben-
efits. Energetic exp'd
equip, hauler 2 years
exp required 783-4111





FIVE STAR HEAT-
ING AND AIR,
.J LLC Repair and
Service all brands,
new equip., sales, ultra
violet lights installed. Lic
& Ins CAC#1815374 Free
Estimate. Chris 755-7760




Duval County Area
in-home care
by VISITING ANGELS.
Providing the best
caregivers for meal prep,
housekeeping, errands,
respite care, companion-
ship & more. Affordable.
Call for a free in-home
assessment:
(904) 725-8222. Lic# 229886



Childcare St.Mary's.
Day, Evening Drop-ins
Welcome. Parents
Night Out 6PM -11:30
PM Friday, Saturday
Nights. 673-8517.
Call MAelissa.



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




All Professional Painting &
Waterproofing Services Int
& ext, resid & comm, lic &
ins, 28 yrs exp, refs, FREE
estimates Quality work
10% off all lobs 904-786-9827







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
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade




CHINA & CRYSTAL
-Antq. April 26-28,
8a-4pm. 386-755-1794






3 WEEKS
To A NEW CAREER!


Rank/Grade:

Name (please print):


S2 FREEZER GE
CHEST 7CF $100-
Upright Kenmore 5
cf $50- both $125
almost new will deliver
282-6466

4, Dishwasher and
Range both Whirl-
pool $150 each or
$225 for both OBO
Call Vitto at 904-535-1100,
Black color.

Dishwasher GE
Potscubber 640
model under
counter $50. Call
904-264-9984 Works
great!

Microwave, very
good condition. $45;
kII^ Toaster Oven,
Nearly New, $30;
Rival Mest Slicer $30
Call 904-771-2917

4 Sears Kenmore Washer
and Dryer, Good condi
tion, Color-white, Price
$200.00 Please Call
904-254-1503

4 Stove/Oven World-
pool Cream Color,
came with house,
works great $150
OBO. 912-673-8560

WASHER/DRYER
WHIRLPOOL Heavy
Duty Super Capacity.
Good Cond. $190 For
Both. 302-6473 or 378-8484.
Delivery for fee.

Washer & Dryer Super
capacity. Exc cond,
$200. Call 904-327-6122

WASHER & DRYER
Kenmore, good cond.
$235 both 904-838-5411

4 Washer& Dryer
Excellent Working
Cond. Asking $150
for both. MUST
SELL! 904-242-8931

4 Washer and Dryer
Kenmore, late
model, heavy duty,
outstanding condi.,
$225.00 786-1767

Washer and Dryer
GE, 5 years old,
good cond., $150
912-576-4379


BED A Bargin
Brand New Pillowtop Sets
Queen $110 King $250
Memory Foam from $340
Can Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED Abatement special.
$80 Qn pillow top new
w/warr. 391-0015
BED A Brand Name Full
set $129, new w/war in
plastic. 391-0015 Can del
BED A cherry sleigh,
Solid wd set $375. Retail
$950. 858.9350.Can deliver
BED Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405
BEDROOM 6pc CHERRY
SET. New, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 391-0015
COUCH & LOVESEAT
Brand new in crate! List
$1600, sell $499. Stain
resist. Can del. 858-9350
CURIO CABINET
mirrored, beveled glass,
6ft tall, lighted,
excellent cond. $400
904-527-1180


DARK WOOD]I
ROLL TOP
I DESK I
EXC. COND.
$500 573-9344 OR
762-5998

4 Desk Professional,
Solid Oak, 5 draw-
ers with slide out
for keyboard, worth
$1250-$2500 asking $400.
904-997-1289


4 Dining Room Table,
Beveled Glasstop,
5'x 3', w6 chairs,
will em photo.
Call-220-5199 or 221-5479
pspeevack@comcast.net
, Dresser nine draw-
ers, mirror sits
atop, two shelves
each side, light in
top, Ask $30. Call
912-729-1677
MATTRESS Mem.foam
Brand name SET new w/
warr $379 398-5200 can del
MATTRESS KING SIZE
New, Still in Plastic, $185
904-674-0405
MATTRESS Queen Plush
Set. Brand New in plastic
$125 Must sell 904-674-0405
, Sofa and Loveseat
Loose Pillow Back
fMulti-colored. $250; 3
upholstered barstools
with adjustable height $150
Call 264-8954 or 504-8928
&. SOFA, Queen Size
Sleeper Sofa, $225;
Full Size Sleeper
Sofa $200. Both in
Excellent condition.
Call 249-1666
.t SOFA Suede
Leather plush and
loveseat (85" & 66")
plus wing chair
recliner. All for $550.
Steal. 241-6170

QUEEN ANN STYLE
CLAW LEGS DINING
TABLE ROUND 52"
W/4 CHAIRS, NEVER
BEEN USED
*CHERRY* $800
573-9344 OR 762-5998


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


NowH-liing Days


Nice People!

Customer Service Representatives
Vcinciengement Trainees

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

Visit our web site at www.dailysstores.com.

Job Line at 596-3266 C037242


Arlington Crystal Ridge
Sub. Multi-Family Yard
Sale, Sat. 28th April, 8-12
McCormick Rd and
Mount Pleasant Rd.
Intracoastal West Sat 7-1
12645 Ashglen Dr. S. off
Kernan Furniture Sale!
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA




, Craftsman Mulcher
Self-propelled mower,
6.0 BTS, 22" gear-drive
transmission, Ball
bearing rear wheels. Tuned.
$125.00 912-729-2928




HOT Springs Spa
Vista Portable 6
person spa. $6500
OBO 563-7750.
Hot Springs Spa
Vista, portable, 6
person spa. OBO
904-563-7750




14K Ladies Diamond &
Sapphire Ring Size 6,
$375 14K 1CT 7 stone
Ladies Diamond Wed-
ding Band. Size-6 $750
269-1478



,B arbie Four Wheeler 6
VOLT rechargeable
battery and charger
$75.00; also Barbie 20
inch bicycle. $30.00 Call
504-8430
,Girls 12" Chopper
Style bicycle with
training wheels
pink and purple
excellent condition.
$25.00 334-7547 Angela
4 Little Tikes 8-in-1
playset great condi-
tion large pIayset
slight sun fading,
$200.00 OBO Call Angela
334-7547
tion HoLittle Tykes Large
WhToy Box with Lid,
great condition $20.
$Call 904-264-9984















a ,THighlander Macleod
t 2 Car Garage Door
Ke0 with hardware $100
OBO. 912-729-7982
SBodysolid AAulti Sta-
tion Home Gym Almost
-It New. Bought 1700.00
Sell 1199.00
Call 306-2898 or email
i lrims@hotmai.com
SGas Range.
White, never used.
$400. Call 292-2239
UHighlander Macleod
Sword, good condi-
tion, $200 OBO;
Arabian Saber,
Keltic Dagger Each $100
$300 FOR ALL THREE.
Call 912-673-8560


7.9 Billion




The economic impact of the


military in Northeast Florida


and Southeast Georgia is


$7.9 billion.



Local businesses benefit from the military


and civilian personnel who buy and rent


homes and who purchase goods and


services. Let them know what your


business has to offer by advertising in one


or all of the military publications


distributed at the local bases in the area.



For advertising information,


please call 904-359-4336,


Fax 904-366-6230.


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Moving 9 FT Christ-
mas Frazier Fur Tree,
1 year new, Paid
$350.00, asking $150.00.
Two Reindeer, New 75.00.
OBO Call 904-491-7996
, Nascar Diecast
Cars, Dale Earn-
hardt and Junior,
various models,
excellent condition,
$49.95 each, 292-9234,
leave message.
SPiano Console
Evereti
Mahgoany,good
condition. $400.00
904-220-7886
SRefrigerator Whirl-
pool, 2 front doors,
front ice machine,
water filtration sys-
tem, $600; Computer
Monitors, Sony
Audio/Video
Control Center
Printer and more
Call 772-7795 or 803-6617
SINGLE GARAGE
DOOR 9'X 7' &
EXTREME WIND
LOAD STRUTS.
NEW IN BOX- $300
CALL 445-8100 OR
260-6761
Sports Equipment
Collector Item
Original "Nordi-
track Pro" Make
Offer 2-TVs, Computer
Monitor, Printer, Scan-
ner, Rotisserie,
Lots More. 220-6489
4 WORK LIGHT .500
WATT HALOGEN
LAMP. Height and
tilt adjustable.
Folds for storage.
Excellent Condition. $12
268-2482



t Black Five Piece
Enforcer Drum Set
Like New. $225.00 or
best offer. Call
912-729-5935 or 912-673-7285
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 7140141
Piano Console
Evereti
Mahgoany,good
condition. $400.00
904-220-7886
4 PIANO Stoddard
1895, needs minor
restoration $400 U
H--aul. 904-997-1289



4 Trek Fuel Full
Suspension Mountain
Bike, Rock Shox front
shock, Hayes Disc
brakes, Shimano Deore LX,
$700.00 Call John: 307-5841
Weider Platinum + new
assembled $850obo. incI
delivery. Paul 220-2778
4 Women's Trek 2100
Carbon Race Bike
includes helmet, four
jerseys, shoes, less
than 300 miles, $500.00 Call
John: 307-5841









Adopt a Pet
Pets & Supplies
Livestock & Supplies
Animals Wanted




4 30 GAL. FISH TANK
with 2 Lg Gold Fish
and accessories $60.
Yu lee 904-294-7033
4&55 Gallon Fish Tank
with stand $75, best
comes with acces-
sories, needs to be
resealed on bottom,
easy to do 904-997-1289
American Pit Bull Pups
blue & white UKC reg.
$500. 9045090002
Aussies to Yorkies
V Big Puppy Sale V
$499-U P
over 40 to choose
Bassetts, Bostons,
Puggle, Pom,
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
BULL TERRIER PUPS
Champion sired, 2m/2f,
$1000. 352-591-0398
Carin & Puggle Terrier
Pups male/female $300
OBO. 904-262-4706
Chesapeake Bay
Retriever pups, vet
checked $400. 866-537-7800
CHI-A-POMS, CKC, Tiny
Designer Purse Pups
$550, 2M/1 F 262-6200.
F Free Sicilian
Beagle hound male,
neutered, 4 years
old. Tricolor.
904-821-7670
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS AKC $700 each.
904-806-4466
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballfarm.com
LAB AKC PUPS born 2/27
all colors, shots, $400.
Call Suzane 904-309-3712
LAB, yellow 1 yr old
neutered, all shots, $100
includes crate 230-4013
MALTESE adorable tiny
white clouds of heaven
$1200. 727-726-4249
PEEKAPOO PUPS, S/W,
w/papers. CKC reg.
Call 505-6677
PIT BULL PUPS, D.O.B
2/23. Brindle/red nose
$100-$135; 904-768-3495
POM PUPS 2/F 1/M
$400ea. CKC, H/C, all
shots, 8 wks 904-388-1124
ROTTWEILER- MASTIFF
9wks, HC, POP, CKC
$400. 563-5655
Shi Tzu Pups 8 weeks,
$250. F/black & white,
F/black. 904-349-5365
Siberian Husky Female
Must Sell 10 months old,
spayed! $300. 292-0844
WELCH CORGI's 8wks,
AKC, /A/F, hlthy, loves
kids. $500. 352-472-5489
WESTIE PUPS
AKC Males POP $350
386-208-1323; 386-647-6293
YORKIE PUPS 8wks
3M/1 F, CKC, POP, $500.


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HORSES 3, one 2-horse
trir, 5 saddles, etc. $5K
OBO. 904-424-1562


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4. Yamaha WaveRunner
III 1992, NewEngine,
Less than 5 hours,
Trailer included. Ask-
ing $1400.00. Call 912-882-64444
Padd le Boat with
Canopy used 2 times;
$450 OBO Call 269-2258
for more information.
SELL YOUR BOAT
AT NO COST TO YOU?
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904-284-0155
W XL 1200 LTD 1999,
Waverunner
3-seater Jet-ski, 155
HP, 72 hrs, Yamaha
w/cover & trailer looks
& runs great $4400 Cell
904-537-1015
16 Foot Carolina
SKIFF 1996, w/trailer
25 HSPR. Mercury
motor, Life jackets
included $2100.00 online.
Photos available.
904-491-0292 (Yulee)
HP Joanson, Runs
good, electrical good,
many extras. $1800.00
OBO. 912-322-8618
, Century 1901 Bay Boat
2000 115HP, Yamaho 4
Stroke Binica Top
Trailer, 24V T-motor
X-Cond. $13,900 284-5587
19' REGAL '06,CD stereo
dry docked, 60hrs on
water, must sell fast,
moving. $17,500. 207-9619
20' GRADY WHITE W/A
'87; Yamaha 225-4 stroke
'02, new trailer, new
bracket, exc cond,
$22,500. 904-389-5279
20' OSPREY AQUA
SPORT '00 2006 Merc
225- 1hrs. 2007 new trlr,
bimini, electr, $13,750
O.B.O. 904-563-5410
, Bayliner, 2005
Immaculate, runs
great, canopy
$13,500- call 612-6646

SH EARWATER
22CC 2007
YAMAHA 150
4 stroke,
56 gallons,
only 30 hour on
the motor.
GPS 498 float on
trailer,
5 months old,
all electronics
trolling motor
$42,500
904 282-6548





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MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 4623039
1-800-541-6439
Coachman 5th Wheel
28ft. Older. Good Con
edition. New Ref & heat.
$2800 OBO
Kathy 904-284-0047
SDamon Daybreak
30 foot 1997, 454
Chevy engine, Wide
Body, Recreational
vehicle, excellent condi-
tion, 38K miles, no pets,
no smoking, queensize
island bed with storage,
TV with connection
$21,000 282-9745 Middle-
burg, Florida.
DUTCHMAN
SIGNATURE SERIES
30', 5th wheel, '95, deck,
slideout, awning, etc.
Set up at Oyster Shell,
9970 Heckscher Dr.
$7900 neg. 251-3085
Fleetwood Prowler 37' 5th
wheel '04 4 slideouts,
pay off, 904-225-2716
FLEETWOOD
WILDERNESS
25' 2005 Loaded, Like
New, 6' Slide out, 18'
Awning, Must Go, T.O.P,
Call Keith 912-673-6303

RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
New & Pre-Owned RVs
We Finance Take Trades
X 30' 5th Wheel '07-$16,900
X21' TT '07-$11,900
X 30' TT '07-$15,900
Go Ahead, Make My Day-Try
and Beat These Prices!
(904) 7149939








BAJ A200CC
DIRT BIKE 2007
Ridden 3 times, $1200
OBO 542-2445 x-118
SBuell XB9R Firebolt
2005 MAint Condition.
Never seen rain. 960
Miles, $8500 242-8345
& CRUISER 250. CC 2005
New Only 90 Miles.
Loaded Compare
Virago 12,000 Mile
Warranty Illness forces sale
$2500. 904-387-5672
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Sportster, 1200 XL cus-
tom, '01,many extras,
5900 mi, $7299. Call
904-923-5879
SHonda Motor Bike
CRC150 2005 Like
New. $2000 or OBO.
778-8977
TOMOS MOPED '95.
NOT RUNNING-
NEEDS POINTS.
CALL FOR
DETAILS. $400.00
CALL 260-6761
OR 316-4229




S2-MG Midgets, One
Running Parts or
Project car. Man
C BExtras. Serous Offers.
Call Brad 616-1352



ACURA RSX-S '05
Manual, leahter,sunroof
$299/mo. WAC. 899-5853
ACURA TL '06
Navigation, CD,
sunroof. $32,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ACURA TL '04. Like new,
loaded. $299 per mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853


BMW 325i '05 Coupe
25K miles. $25,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 325i '04
Blue/tan. $17,490
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Se BMW 325i '05
Sedan. Ex Low Mi,
Fully Eqpt. $26,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 325i '06 Extra
low miles. $32,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


L BMW 330ci '05
Leather, sunoorf,
S CD. $36,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
BMW 330Ci '04
Convertible. Extra
low miles. $32,660
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW 5251 '06
'White tan, like new
$37,990. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
BMW 735 1985
Leather, sunroof, fully
loaded, tinted windows,
great condition, runs
great, new transmission,
new radiator. CaIll 241-5394
4 BUICK Le Sabre
2001 PGA Tour Edi-
tion, Fully Equip.
Leather, CD, Con-
cert Surround Sound,
New Tires, 81K
912-288-3521
BUICK LESABRE
'04. Leather, CD,
fully equip $12,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Cadillac Deville "05 Pvt,
silver, XM, Onstar, 23K
wrty, $21,900 904.591.8529





Styxx would like to
invite all friends
and customers to
stop by or call
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Bring in this ad for
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Military and First
Time Buyers
Welcome!

Want to be treated
like family, come to
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CHEVROLET
1550 CASSAT AVE
891-3898
387-4041







, CHEVOLET CAMARO
V8- 1998 Automatic
transmission with new
paint iob(candy green
with flames) Only 88,000
miles. New torque thrust
wheels. New Air Condition
System plus many other
extras. Must See! Will sell
for $9,000. Pictures can be
seen at our web site
www.fia utobody.com
Phone: 904-264-7173










NEED A CAR OR TRUCK?
BAD CREDIT?
NO CREDIT?
I CAN HELP!
Call Ken Durling
Nimnicht Pontiac-GMC
11503 Philips Hwy
Jacksonville, FL.
904-674-0268
CHEVY CAMARO-'02,
red w/t-tops, exc cond,
loaded, $10,500 504-0085
| CHEVY CAMARO
Z28 '01. Red/tan
Ithr, T-tops. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Chevy Corvette
NEW CORVETTES
BIG DISCOUNTS
14 IN STOCK
WHITAKER CHEVY GVL. SC
800-768-4760 JOHN or JOE
CHEVY COBALT LS '06
White, auto. $119 per
mo. WAC. Call 899-5853
CHEVY HHR'06
$17,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 CHRYLSER PT
CRUISER Limited
'05. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD, beautiful. $33,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE





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'04 AUDI A8L
Quattro. Silver
$29,000
'04 JAGUAR XJ8
Low miles, fact warr
$31,900
'06 BMW 325i
Silver, factory
warranty
$29,900
'05 BMW 325Ci
Convert. A/T, white
$29,900
'04 INFINITI
FX35
$29,900
'05 JEEP
WRANGER X
Only 18K miles, white
$18,900
'06 MINI
COOPER
Loaded, only 10,000 mi
$24,900
'05 TOYOTA
CAMRY
Cabrio. Factory warr.
$24,900
'03 NISSAN 350Z
Touring. Silver,
low miles
$21,900
'01 NISSAN
FRONTIER SE
$15,900
'04 BMW 325Xi
Nay. Stick, SR.
$24,900
'05 ACURA TL
White, fact warr.
$27,900
'04 CHRYSLER
SEBRING
Convert. Only 20K
$12,900
'04 JEEP


LIBERTY
Low Miles, 4x4 Lim
$19,900
'05 MINI
COOPER
Convertible, Red
$23,900
'06 SCION XB
Black
$13,900
'06 INFINITI
G35
Black, SR, auto
$26,900
'07 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER
$27,900

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CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER CONV
LTD '05. Only 2000
miles. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER SEBRING
TOURING '06. Green,
auto, convertible,
leather. $379 per mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
CHRYSLER CROSS-
FIRE '05. Red, auto,
convertible, spoiler. $299
per mo. WAC. 899-5853
DODGE CHARGER '07
Gray, 22" rims, auto,
like new. $299 per mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853
, Dodge Grand Cara-
van SE '05 23,000
miles one owner.
Like new $15,895
OBO 912-882-1374 or
912-679-3594


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&4 DODGE NEON '99
Runs great, cold A/C
automatic, 4 door
coupe, new tires. Ask-
ing $2400. Call 912-882-6444
1 EAGLE TALON
1997 New Tires 2 DR
needs work $1000 OBO
912-882-3771
4 FORD ASPIRE 1995,
runs great, 38 MPG,
Cold Air, New Tires, 5
Speed, Asking $1990.00
Call 912-882-6444
FORD MUSTANG GT
-'01, 36k mi, 5sp, conv,
amiex07@yahoo.com
S FORD
RANCHERO GT
1974 351M 400 Turbo
Trans Runs and
looks good. Asking $5,000
Call 904-225-0444


FORD RANCHERO
GT 1974 351M 400
Turbo Trans. Runs and
looks good. $5000.
904-225-0444.

FORD TAURUS
SEL '06. Leather,
CD, sunroof $13,840
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S FORD TAURUS
9 2000. $5500 OBO. 73K;
FIs Airbags, upgraded
e engine, interior, tires;
good condition; no problems
928-3189.
& GEO METRO Con-
vertible, Red,
2-door, Gas Saver,
Low Mileage, Near
Perfect condition,
Cute as a button,
$3200 OBO 220-6489


HONDA ACCORD
EX COUPE'04
Spoiler, SR. $16,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Honda Accord 1999
78K Excellent Condi-
tion. $7,900 OBO
759-3846
4 HONDA Accord LX
1996. Sedan 4 Cyl.
Auto. All Power.
Exc. Gas Mil. Great
Student Veh. $5000.
294-6946
HONDA CIVIC '05
34,000 mi. $14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Hyundai Elantra
GLS 2001, Sedan, 4
DR, Auto, 86,000
miles, new tires,
4,500 BO Call
912-242-2254
INFINITI Q45'96 Tour-
ing, Pearl, metallic,
leather, loaded, 56,100mi,
$7,975. Call 674-4444
INFINITI G35
SEDAN '03. Pearl
white/tan. $17,990
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
, Jaguar 94 Vanden Plas,
154K, New Paint, New
Tires, Runs great.
$4,000 904-294-8186
JAGUAR S-TYPE
"R"'03. CD, navi-
gation, sunrf, 20"
chrome whls$30,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
N JAGUAR XJR '04
Nayov., CD, sunroof.
Beautiful. $37,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LEXUS LS-400 -'94,
loaded, nice cond, must
sell, $5975. 482-8832
MERCEDES C230 '99
Kompressor. Black,
leather, loaded, 76Kmiles.
$12,975. Call 674-4444
M MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Lthr
C D, fully equipped.
$12,995 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S '03
AT, AC, loaded, low
miles. $12,975. 674-4444
NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5SL '03
( $15,995
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012
N ISSAN MAXIMA
'04. 3.5SL, leather,
sunroof, CD. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Nissan Sentra SE-R
2003, 6 speed,
manual, all power,
loaded, excellent
condition, awesome ste-
reo, PCS, Japan, must
sell $8,900 Call 891-5458
& PLYMOUTH NEON
1997 4DR Tinted Win-
dows Good Cond. Reli-
able Must Sell By 4/30
$1800 OBO 242-8931


Pont Grand AM SE V6
2005, AT, PS, PW,
Cruise, Gold, 42K, 4 Dr.
Sedan. $12,000
904-757-7037
PONTIAC
GRAND AM 1997,
great condition
cloth interior, 162K
mi, CD, 4 DR, V6, gold,
cold ac $2500 Call
904-881-0553
PONTIAC SOLSTICE '06
Gray, low miles, sporty,
stick, convertible,
leather. $319 per mo.
WAC. Call 899-5853


Pre-Owned
Auto Center
Luxury For Less!
904-998-0012
2004 Jaguar XJR
30,000 miles. Nav.
$37,990
2003 Jaguar S-Type
4.2R, 26K mi, Nay.
$29,990
2006 BMW 525i
White/tan. $36,990
2005 BMW 330ci
26,000 mi. $32,890
2004 BMW 330ci
40,000 miles
$29,990
2006 BMW 325i
20,000 miles
$30,990
2006 Acura TL
14,000 miles. Nav.
$30,990
2005 Range Rover
28,000 miles. Nay.
$49,990
2005 Linc Town Car
30,000 miles
$23,980
2004 Cad. Escalade
40,000 miles
$27,980
2006 Niss Pathfinder
22,000 miles
$21,990
2007 Toyota Camry
Hybrid. 14,000 miles
$26,990
2006 Honda Civic
Hybrid. 27,000 miles
$22,990
2007 Toyota FJ
Cruiser 4x4 TRD
6000 miles
$27,990

SAAB 9-3 4dr SE '00 AT,
AC, leather, loaded, 59K
$7975. 674-4444
7 SATURN L300 '03
Sunroof, CD, gas
saver. $9490
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SCION tc '06. Fully
equip, Ithr. $16,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


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15,000 miles. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A TOYOTA
COROLLA 2005,
A/C Automatic,
power w, power
doors, spoiler, sport
package, 6 discs, silver,
beautiful, perfect
condition. $13,900
Call 772-7795 or 803-6617
7 TOYOTA
Z COROLLA '05. Only
30K miles. $12,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA CAMRY
HYBRID '07 $26,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA CAMRY LE
'07.Green, sunroof, like
new. $349 per mo. WAC.
Call 899-5853
TOYOTA MATRIX '04
White, manual, graph-
ics. $199 per mo. WAC.


, TOYOTA CAMRY
1990. Auto. A/C. pwr
wind & locks.
AM/FM Cass. radio.
93K Miles. Looks & runs
great. $1900. 249-1666.
TOYOTA MR2 Spyder '03.
Black, only 40K miles,
auto. $319 per mo. WAC.
Call 899-5853
STOYOTA MARIX 2005
$14, 300 Sunroof, '6 CD,
New Tires, Fully
Equipped. This must
sell. Transferring. Excel-
lent Condition. 838-6562
VOLVO 740 TURBO- '92,
wagon Grey, black Ither
183kmi $3200 619-6475
VW BEETLE '04
( Convert GLS Turbo
Cd changer $20,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
1 VW BEETLE '05
Gray, AT, like new,
only 14K mi. $20,840
998-0012


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ACURA MDX '01 Cham-
pagne/beige Ithr, Loaded,
Mint. $14,975. Call 777-9119
ACURA MDX '05
Fully equip, only
21,000 miles. $29,990
998-0012


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CADILLAC ESCALADE
'03. AWD, white diamond,
fully loaded, 49,800 miles.
$27,975. Call 674-4444
CHEVY SUBURBAN LS
'99 4x4, V8, at, dual ac,
3rd seat, loaded. $8975.
777-9119
CHEVY TAHOE LT
'04. White/tan.
$22,640 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY TAHOE 02'
64K Leather, power
everything, lifted, 33's,
Entertain system,
infinity speakers kicker
subs, $22,500 OBO 272-3482
CHEVY TAHOE LT
'07. Champ/tan Ithr,
beautiful $34,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
DODGE 1500 QUAD CAB
4x4 SLT 4x4 '01. V8, at,
ac, loaded. $11,975.
777-9119
DODGE DAKOTA SLT
'01 Crew Cab. Loaded.
68K mi. $10,975. 674-4444
DODGE DAKOTA 2004
SILVER, 4 DOOR,
LOW MILES, V8,
AM- FM CD/CASS.,
AC/HEAT, DUAL
EXHAUST, TINTED
WINDOWS, ALL
POWER, BEDLINER
& TOPPER COVER
BLACK. TAKE
OVER LOAN
BALANCE $19,990.
CALL BETWEEN
3 & 7 PM.
738-4119
Q DODGE RAM 1500
HEMI Crew Cab
'05. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
D Dodge Ram
Charger LE 1991 V8
5.- 4X4 Hooker
Header's, Dual
Exhaust, CB Radio, 2
DR, SUV AT, PS, PBI,
AC 32X11.5 Tires, $5900
Call 904-294-8186 or
904-751-7037
Dodge Ram 3500
Dually Diesel '02,
Laramie SLT Aux-
tank Toolbox, many
extras, very clean $23,
895 OBO 912-882-1374 or
912-674-3594
DODGE RAM 2005,
T 1500 Off Road Package,
Loaded, Like New,
many extras, 20 K
Miles, T.O.P.
Call Keith 912-673-6703
SFORD F150 2000
Pickup, 78,000 Miles,
red, long bed, chrome
t wheels, pioneer stereo,
Call 904-294-8875
7 FORD F150
LARIAT '05. DVD
only 22,000 miles
$23,990 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4. GMC Envoy 2004
XL SLT 31,500
miles, white loaded,
mint condition, 3rd
row, $19,000. 904-234-9682


Honda C R-V '05 Silver/
Gray, Ithr, roof rack,
AT, loaded. 25K mi,
$17,800 obo 904-451-2696
JEEP WRANGLER '99
5sp. AC 68K Only $6975
425-7320
JEEP WRANGLER '00
Sahara. Hard top, 6cyl,
AT, AC, loaded. 15,900
miles. $17,975. 699-9669
JEEP WRANGLER X '06
6kmi, red, like new
$19,990. Call 704-4766
KIA SPORTAGE '00
Cony, Only 40,600mi, AT,
AC, Loadd, $5,975 674-4444
OR5 LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'05. Like new, fully
equipped. $52,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7\ NISSAN
FRONTIER '06 4dr.
fully equip. $21,740
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 NISSAN
PATHFINDER 06
Like new. $22,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
, NISSAN TRUCK,
1985 4-wheel drive,
5-speed, runs good,
big mud tires,
needs exhaust, $1000
OBO, George 657-1076
S TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
Fully equipped,
TRD pkg. $28,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA TACOMA
Pre-Runner '04 Double
Cab. V6, AT, AC, loaded,
43K mi. $18,975. 674-4444
TOYTOA TUNDRA
LTD '03. Fully
equipped. $16,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


JEEP CHEROKEE
Larado '92 4X4 $2000.
Call 716-0604



Chrome Wheel Tire
Pkg. 24X10 Devion
Gorilla Logs.
Kuhmo tires
$2000 OBO. Dale 773-3890
, Leer Topper Silver
Over the Rail Fits 1997
to 2003 F150 short bed
silver with clamps,
$400 728-8669
Two Ton hydraulic
Engine hoist.
Brand New. Never
used. Folds for easy
storage. $175.00 OBO.
542-3170 Ex 128 or 318-4710


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7200 Blanding Bkd 777-5600


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4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000



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TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6914 Blanding Bd 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

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
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 Bkd 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern BchK 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


BOARD FORD
St. Augustine 353-6797
Florida's Super Duy Headquarters
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 Bvd 724-2310
GARBER GMC TRUCKS



COGGIN HONDA ON ATLANTIC
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
COGGIN HONDA
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
2898 U.S. Hwy. I S 1-800-456-1689
HONDA
OF THE AVENUES
11333 Phillips 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 Bkld 642-6060


ATLANTIC INFINITI
10980 Atlantic Blvd. 642-0200


CITY ISUZU
10585 Atlantic Blvd 998-7111
www.cityauomrotivecomr


MATHENY JAGUAR
11211 Atlantic Bvd. 642-1500


ATLANTIC JEEP
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
CARUSO JEEP
1750 Southside Bklvd. 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 kch. 1-800-228-7454


COGGIN KIA
9401 Atlantic Blvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078




LAMBORGHINI- ORLANDO


895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Loniwood/Orlando Fl T07-339-3443


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Bvd 721-5000


NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd 777-30000



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


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



BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 565-724-1080


TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blv. 725-0911



CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautornotivemr
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautornotiverm


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.I South, St Aug 904-7949990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Bklvd. 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


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




NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd,Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht com



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



SUBARU OF JACKSONVILLE
10800 Atlantic Bkld 641-6455



KEN CHANCE SUZUKI
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
CITY SUZUKI
10585 Atlantic Bkd. 998-7111
wwwcityautomotive.com



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
1140 Philips Hwy 322-5100
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atlantic Blvd 725-0911



O'STEEN VOLVO
2525 Philips Hwy 396-5486



PROFESSIONAL
AUTO LEASING
10231 Atlantic Blvd, 722-1694





BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
www.beachblvdautomrotive.com
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

BRUMOS MOTOR CARS

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

Lexus of Jacksonville

Pre-Owned Center
10384 Atlantic Blvd,. 998-0012

Tom Bush BMW
9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491






JACKSONVILLE CHRYSLER

JEEP DODGE
9A & BAYMEADOWS. 493-0000

WORLD IMPORTS
wwworldimportsusa.omr
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992


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