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Movie Night

With Mayport
MWR Mayport is excited
to offer outdoor movies for
the entire family on Fridays
during the summer months.
Movies will be shown at
Sea Otter Pavilion starting
at approximately 8:45 p.m.,
or at sunset. Bring your lawn
chairs, blankets and bug
spray. The movie schedule
for June is: June 8 .,~ilt at
the Museum (Rated PG), June
15 Charlotte Web (Rated
G), June 22 March of the
Penguins (Rated G) and June
29 National Treasure (Rated
PG).


NEX Holds

Book Signing
Brian Kilmeade, co-host
of Fox News Channel's FOX
& Friends and serves as the
network's sports anchor, will
be at main Navy Exchange
on Mayport Road on June
22 as part of the "Thanking
America's Heroes Tour."
Kilmeade is the author of
"It's How You Play The
Game" and "The Games Do
Count." He will be at the
Mayport Exchange from 2-4
p.m. to autograph his books.


Ribault Housing
Holds Town Hall
In efforts to help curb a
rash of vandalism in off-base
housing, a Ribault town hall
meeting has been called to
revitalize the neighborhood
watch program at 6 p.m.
on June 19 at the Ribault
Community Center. Please
come to learn how you can
help stop the crimes.


June Birth Month
PHAs Are Due
All active duty shore
based command members
assigned to NS Mayport and
its tenant commands with
a birth month of June need
to call Health Promotion at
270-5251 to schedule their
annual Periodic Health
Assessments. The birth
month PHA is a mandatory
requirement for all active
duty and reserve Sailors.
The PHA is addressed in
DoD Directive 6025.19,
Force Health Protection and
focuses on readiness, fitness,
long term wellness and cost
containment for the active
duty members. The appoint-
ment for the PHA will be at
NBHC Mayport on the first
deck down the PHA corri-
dor.



Inside


-Photo by MC1 Sonja Chambers
Major Werner Schrenk ofNS Mayport Security goads attendees passersby into trying to dunk him at the USO/Bank of America Military Family Fun Day at Sea Otter
Pavilion on May 30. The day included free food, snow cones, cotton candy and popcorn, along with carnival games, raffles, a silent auction and live band. The dunk
tank was manned by some ofMayport's commanding officers and department heads and helped raise money for USO and Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. For more
pictures, see Page 8.


De Wert In Denmark To


By Ensign Ashley Wyckoff
USSDe Wert Public, ; ,
USS De Wert (FFG 45) pulled
into port June 1, marking the
beginning of Baltic Operations
(BALTOPS) 2007 for the
Mayport, Fla.-based frigate.
In addition to dining on
Danish cuisine at Restaurant
Koch and museum-hop-


ping at the ARoS Aarhus
Kunstmuseum, the three-day
port visit will serve as the start-
ing line of the annual interna-
tional multi-ship exercise.
BALTOPS 2007 is a multi-
phase exercise under the com-
mand of Carrier Strike Group
2's Rear Adm. Michael C.
Vitale, consisting of in-port


events, at-sea serialized trai
ing events, and a coordinate
scenario exercise designed
develop interoperability in ex
cution of a peacekeeping m
sion. This combined maritii
and land exercise will take pla
in the Baltic Sea, with the go
of promoting mutual under
standing, confidence, cooper


SBR Celebrates Memoria


Day, Advances
By Ensign Petty Officer," said Op
Christy Campbell Specialist 3rd Class .
USS Samuel B. Roberts Sanchez from Houston,
USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG In addition to the 39
58) celebrated Memorial Day ed Sailors, Samuel B.
in the Southern Atlantic Ocean also achieved a 100
offshore of Rio de Janeiro, advancement exam pass
Brazil May 28 while underway In the awards portion
in support of Partnership of the ceremony, Weeks a
Americas (POA) 2007. two Sailors, Gunner
The crew of the "Sammy B" 2nd Class Garrett Ho
met together on the flight deck from Jacksonville, F
to honor the sacrifices of those Hospitalman Jason Riv
who have given their lives in Deltona, Fla., with their
service of their country. Surface Warfare Sp
Led by Lt. Cmdr. Joe Thomas, qualifications and two
Samuel B. Roberts' Executive Boatswain's Mate 2"
Officer, and Operations Charles Brown from (
Specialist 1st Class Jonathan Fla. and Lt. Steve Gang
Merriwether, Samuel B. Silver Springs, Md., wi
Roberts' Religious Lay Leader, and Marine Corps Achi
a prayer was said and taps was Medals.
played as Sailors bowed their "In all, the day horn
heads in a moment of silence, sacrifices of prior servi
As part of the Memorial bers as well as the achie
Day celebration, Commanding of Sammy B Sailors
Officer of the Samuel B. ly serving their country
Roberts, Cmdr. Marc Weeks Thomas.
promoted 39 Sammy B sail- Samuel B. Roberts ai
ors. Six officers and 33 enlisted port Rio de Janeiro Mx
Sailors put on their new ranks continue in the Partne
for the first time. the Americas 2007 depl
"This has been a long-awaited While in port, Sailo
day for me. I feel a lot of pride the Sammy B will pai
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of the promises to be a good place to
arded fulfill this important mission of
Mate building and fostering relation-
lomin ships ashore.
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a from meeting and helping the youth
listed of another country. I am glad to
cialist have the chance to offer a help-
ailors, ing hand," said Fire Controlman
Class 1t Class Robert Calvert.
land, Samuel B. Roberts is a unit
r from of Partnership of the Americas
Navy
Cement 2007 Task Group 40.0 which is
also made up of dock landing
ed the ship USS Pearl Harbor (LSD
mem- 52), guided missile destroyer
;ments USS Mitscher (DDG 57) and
esent- Chilean frigate CS Almirante
" said Latorre (FFG 14).
The purpose of the port visit
ved in toRio de Janeiro is to support
29 to U.S. Southern Command by
hip ent conducting a variety of events
s from ashore that enhance hemispheric
cipate stability, security and regional
projects prosperity by improving rela-
es and tionships with partner nations
edition, with events at sea and ashore.


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n- tion, and interoperability among is scheduled for a fi
ed forces and personnel of partici- visit in Kiel, Germ
to pating nations, the officers and cre
Ve- This year's participants the opportunity to
is- include the United States, the annual "Kiel We
me Denmark, Germany, Russia, the De Wert will
ice Netherlands, Lithuania, Latvia, Mayport at the be
)al France, Poland, Sweden and the July, and will deploy
er- United Kingdom. month to conduct
ra- After the exercise, De Wert cotic operations.


I Scam Targets


Military
From American Forces Press Service
The American Red Cross is
warning military spouses about
a new identity-theft scam that
targets family members of
deployed troops.
The Red Cross was alerted of
the scam earlier this month, said
Devorah Goldburg of the Red
Cross.
The scam involves a person
with an American accent call-
ing a military spouse, identify-
ing herself as a representative
of the Red Cross, and telling
the spouse that her husband was
hurt in Iraq and was medically
evacuated to Germany. The call-
er then says that doctors can't
start treatment until paperwork
is completed, and that to start
the paperwork they need the
spouse to verify her husband's
social security number and date
of birth.
It is hard to determine how
many spouses have been tar-
geted by this scam, as there are
many ways for spouses to report
problems like this. However,
one confirmed report was
enough for the Red Cross to act,
she added.
"We know that it happened
to one person; it was probably
going to happen to others, and
we wanted to be prudent and
alert people," Goldburg said.


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American Red Cross repre-
sentatives typically do not con-
tact military members or depen-
dents directly and almost always
go through a commander or first
sergeant, according to a Red
Cross news release. Military
family members are urged not
to give out any personal infor-
mation over the phone if con-
tacted by unknown individuals,
including confirmation that their
spouse is deployed.
In addition, Red Cross rep-
resentatives contact military
members or dependents directly
only in response to an emergen-
cy message initiated by a family
member, the news release said.
The Red Cross does not report
any type of casualty information
to family members; the Defense
Department will contact fami-
lies directly about service mem-
bers' injuries.
It is a federal crime, punish-
able by up to five years in pris-
on, for a person to fraudulently
pretend to be a member of, or
an agent for, the American Red
Cross for the purpose of solic-
iting, collecting, or receiving
money or material, according to
the news release.
If you receive a call, report
it to you local family readiness
group or military personnel
flight.


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2 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 7, 2007


By FORCM
Jeff Vandervort
NETWARCOM
What we do, even routine-
ly, is inherently dangerous and
doing what we can to decrease
that risk is every Sailor's
responsibility. There should be
no doubt in your mind that the
Sailors around you are ready to
do their job and keep you safe.
Knowing your job, leading a
healthy lifestyle and getting
enough rest are only part of it.
Of all the threats we face
today, one of the gravest comes
from within drug abuse.
Using illegal drugs or even legal
ones wrongfully could dull your
senses, alter your behavior and
awareness, which in turn can
potentially get someone injured
or even worse, killed.
We are the world's finest
Navy with the brightest Sailors
running the most sophisticat-
ed equipment. There's simply
no room in my Navy for drug
abusers.
Former CNO Admiral
Thomas B. Hayward put it
best when he said "Not in my
squadron, not on my ship and


not in my Navy!" As the force
master chief for Naval Network
Warfare Command, I'm respon-
sible for the training and equip-
ping of about 22,000 Sailors
and civilians world-wide. The
services they provide and infor-
mation they gather are so vital
that lives are at risk if we don't
get it right. Obviously, those
under my charge need to have
their "head in the game" at all
times, as does everyone who
serves this great nation.
What's the Navy's policy on
illegal drugs/wrongful use? Zero
tolerance. That means we disci-
pline as appropriate for even the
tiniest amounts found, whether
from urinalysis results, drug-
sniffing dogs or other means.
To be clear, for those caught,
the penalties are severe. Any
accused will face non-judi-
cial punishment (Captain's/
Admiral's Mast) for prosecution
under Article 112a of the UCMJ
- Wrongful use, possession, etc.,
of controlled substances. If the
case goes to a General Courts
Martial, a simple one-time use
can result in a bad conduct
discharge and up to five years


Fleet Talk

imprisonment. Even at NJP the lenedioxyme
member faces confinement, plus GHB, Rohypi
lost wages of up to several thou- LSD (lysergi
sand dollars from fines/reduc- Drugs that h
tion in rate. in the United
Additionally, under zero tol- high potential
erance, a member would be cocaine, mei
processed for administrative and marijuana
separation, which could result Among the
in an "Other Than Honorable ications often
Discharge," and forfeiture are the paink
of any educational benefits. Vicodin, or 1
Plus, the Navy will recoup any sants like V,
Selected Reenlistment or Career and stimulai
Status Bonuses. Good luck to Dexedrine an(
anyone trying to explain all this There's alsc
when looking for their next job. (for body bui
Before processing, all abus- genic (for mu
ers will be screened by the tics), both ava
Drug and Alcohol Program by prescription
advisor and Substance Abuse To keep ou
Rehabilitation Program advi- ply stay away
sor. The Navy offers treatment and don't us
if found physiologically depen- wrongfully.
dent on illegal substances. But what if
So, what counts as illegal accidental ing
use? It's use or possession of a ple, you're at
controlled substance, or wrong- up in the m
ful use of a legal prescription back hurts fro
medication, been diagnose
For the drugs that are just your vision is
plain illegal, there's heroin, your back i:
ecstasy MDMA (3,4 methy- You reach for


thamphetamine),
nol, ketamine, and
ic diethylamide).
ave medical uses
States but also a
for abuse include
thamphetamines,
i.
prescription med-
n used wrongfully
illers OxyContin,
Demerol; depres-
alium or Xanax;
nts like Ritalin,
id Adderall.
steroids: anabolic
lding) and andro-
scular characteris-
[ilable legally only
n.
it of trouble, sim-
from illegal drugs
se the legal ones

they find you, i.e.,
;estion? For exam-
home, you wake
morning and your
im an injury that's
ed. You're sleepy,
s blurry and, jeez
s just killing you!
* your prescription


Naproxen, and without think-
ing, you grab your wife's pain
pills. Before you know it, you
just swallowed one, and oh
by the way they're made with
codeine. You're probably think-
ing, "My career is down the
tubes! Now what?"
The ingestion must be report-
ed to the chain of command as
soon as possible so the com-
manding officer can open an
investigation. The commanding
officer may find that the medi-
cation that was accidentally
swallowed was in fact, by acci-
dent after all, and take action to
keep the member clear of legal
proceedings.
If that's accidental use of pre-
scription medications, what's
wrongful?
First of all they're only to
be used by the person the medi-
cation is prescribed for and no
one else. That means no sharing,
not even Motrin! Anyone test-
ing positive on a urinalysis for
a medication that hasn't been
prescribed for could be charged
with wrongful use under UCMJ
Article 112a.
Secondly they're not to be


used outside the prescribed peri-
od. If there's leftover Vicodin at
home from last year's back pain,
and now your knee's hurting,
don't pop the Vicodin! Most
likely, the prescribed period has
elapsed. Taking them now could
lead to a chargeable offense
under Article 112a. (Don't go
by the expiration date on the
bottle it's what the doctor tells
you that counts.)
To be safe, go see the doc-
tor again for the new problem
and get a new prescription. The
best place for old medications
- return them to the pharmacy
for proper disposal. (Dumping
medications down the toilet is
not recommended since they
could find their way into the
environment.) If thrown in the
trash, they could be retrieved
by a desperate abuser, or worse
- eaten by a pet or child.
When it comes to illegal/
wrongful use, common sense
applies. If it's illegal, stay away
from it. If it's not yours, don't
touch it. If it's yours, use as
directed and don't share it. Keep
this in mind and you'll be at the
top of your game.


H omefront in Focus


By Beth Wiruth
Military Spouse Support Contributor
Editor's note: This is the first
of a two part series on building
a support system.
Scott and I have settled into
life at our new duty station. The
boxes are unpacked and I even
remember where I put things.
I am navigating my new city
with grace and ease and have
found my new 'favorite coffee
shop." What has not yet fallen
into place is the development
of relationships and a support
system.
With deployment and mov-
ing a regular part of military
life a support system is vital
for military spouses. A support
system includes friends, family,
and organizations that will not
only see us through deployment


but enhance our quality of life
and enrich our lives. But how
do we build an effective support
system that will see us through
deployment, loneliness, chal-
lenges and provide fulfilling
relationships?
While this may sound like
another item on the military
spouse preparedness checklist, it
is not. For many spouses build-
ing this network will happen
almost on its own. For them,
meeting people, building friend-
ships, finding resources is as
easy as falling out of bed. But
for some of us it can be more
difficult. But investing the effort
in building relationships can be
one of the most rewarding and
enriching efforts you undertake.
We all need friends and help
at some point in our lives.


Perhaps the car breaks down
and you need someone to pick
up the children while you wait
on the tow truck. Perhaps you
need someone to feed and walk
the dog while you are out of
town caring for a family mem-
ber. Maybe you need to know
where the best bargains are in
town. Or maybe you need a cof-
fee drinking friend or workout
partner. And, we can be sure
that someone needs us to be
those things for them.
So, like me, you may have
just moved to a new duty sta-
tion, or perhaps you just haven't
yet taken steps to build rela-
tionships. Most of us have an
'extended' support system. This
extended system is made up
of our family (which may or
may not be nearby), and long


term friends such as high school
friends or college roommates.
These friends are just a phone
call away and they serve as the
foundation of our support sys-
tem.
Your Command Ombudsman
and local Fleet and Family
Service Center (FFSC) are an
important part of your support
system. Together they are a
wealth of information, resourc-
es and support. Every command
has an Ombudsman. This person
is a spouse, just like you, who is
interviewed and appointed by
the command and trained to be
a resource for you and a liai-
son between you and the com-
mand. Your service member can
find the Ombudsman contact
information on their command's
"Plan of the Day" or "Plan of


the Week". Many commands
have an Ombudsman page or
Family Support page on their
website. Be sure to check out
their website. Your Ombudsman
maintains an email list and
produces a newsletter to offer
information and resources. Be
sure to contact her to be added
to their distribution lists.
The FFSC is another resource
to utilize. One of your first stops
at a new duty station should
be your FFSC. They provide
a welcome package with valu-
able information on your new
base and community including
maps. But their services extend
far beyond maps and brochures.
Your local FFSC offers assis-
tance in job searching including
resume' assistance and referrals
as well as childcare resources


and much, much more. For new
spouses they offer classes to
assist you in finding your 'sea
legs' as a Navy spouse as well
as other classes to enhance life
skills and quality of life. Visit
them often as they continue to
enhance their offerings.
Next week we will look at the
last piece of building a support
system, building friendships.
We will look at tips and ideas
for developing rich relation-
ships.
Questions or comments for
Beth? Contact her at beth.
wiruth@homefrontinfocus.
com or call in to speak with
her live on the internet talk
show for military spouses,
Navy Homefront TALK! each
Wednesday at 7:00pm EDT on
www.blogtalkradio.com/nht.


In 'Cinc'


By Jacey Eckhart
CINChouse.cono
I got an e mail about a Seabee
over in Afghanistan, whose
wife and two children, his
mother AND his sister all lost
their houses to the tornado in
Greensburg, Kansas.
But the Seabee wasn't going
home. According to the e-mail
from his commanding offi-
cer, the guy said that he is a
Seabee, and his wife Karla is
a Seabee's wife, and she will
be OK doing it all on her own.
I raised an eyebrow at that one.
But I gave myself a new fore-
head crease when I read the
response of the CO.
"Got to love those Seebees
and got to love those Navy
wives...... if any of you ladies
are having a bad day think of
Karla picking through the rub-
ble of her home in Kansas with
a husband in Afghanistan..."
Woo boy. This wasn't a
nice story of a military fam-
ily handling a tragedy. This
was an admonition to mili-


tary spouses (and everyone
else) to quit complaining.
Don't bother anyone with your
moaning about how the deploy-
ment was extended for the third
time. Don't kvetch about how
your dental care claim was
denied.
Even if a tornado has ripped
through your entire town,
you've got nothing to complain
about, Princess.
Ummm, what's wrong with
complaining? In the past, we
used to say that the only happy
military spouse was a complain-
ing military spouse. It's what
we do.
It may not be fun to listen
to, but I swear that complain-
ing usually works. I complain.
I complain. I complain. Then I
get sick of complaining, and I
figure out what to do next. But
I can't figure out the solution
until I complain a certain num-
ber of times.
This must drive the rest of the
world crazy because now Christ
Church Unity in Kansas City


has started a movement to rid
the world of complainers.
Since last July they have dis-
tributed more than 4 million
purple bracelets encouraging
people to stop complaining.
They claim that if you
quit for 21 consecutive days,
then your complaints will
have nowhere to go and you
will stop thinking them up.
I'm sure that commanding offi-
cer will be ordering a boatload
of those bracelets tomorrow. I
won't I don't see any virtue
in a complaint-free world
I don't see any virtue in
complaining that the hotel bar
doesn't carry your particular
boutique brand of vodka, either.
But complaining has its place.
It gets people the attention
and sympathy they might actu-
ally need. It brings on solution
finders.
Life coach Martha Beck
gives some pointers on getting
those solutions for yourself.
She says you should frame your
problem as a lio\\" question:


How do I get my dental claim
resolved? How do I find the
energy to deal with three more
months of deployment? How do
I handle this tornado damage all
by myself?
Me, I start my complaint-o-
meter low. Low-level moaning
and groaning can be ignored. It
isn't my responsibility to make
sure that the babysitter went to
bed on time so she wouldn't be
tired.
It isn't my worry if some-
one is overly particular
about where the spoons are
kept. Let that stuff go on by.
When a certain number of com-
plaints have been received, a
solution is absolutely neces-
sary. When my kids complained
endlessly about who got to sit
in the front seat, I made them
come up with an ironclad solu-
tion. The younger one gets the


front on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday. The older one gets
every other day. We haven't had
a complaint since.
When anyone in our family
has a slew of complaints, we
write them all down on the near-
est piece of paper. Creativity
expert Julia Cameron calls this
exercise "Blasting Through
Blocks."
There is something about see-
ing your complaints in another
person's handwriting that makes
everything a little more man-
ageable.
It is easy to see which
of your complaints are
silly and which need to be
dealt with immediately.
When all else fails, you can take
it to Complaint Central.
I'm surprised when a church
doesn't recommend taking your
complaints to the Big Guy. He


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WHO NEED US.
VolunteersofArnerica.org a CF


doesn't seem to mind no mat-
ter how many complaints are
delivered.
So let the rest of the world
line up to put an end to their
own complaining. Put on that
purple bracelet and I will not
complain to you at all nor allow
complaints within a 50 mile
radius of you.
But I'm resolved to be the
catcher in the rye, here. I'm
resolved to catch the complain-
ers and send them back into the
world feeling well heard and
prepared to deal with the prob-
lem.
Because that's what we need.
A 19-year military spouse,
Jacey Eckhart is a syndicated
columnist with CinCHouse. corn,
a published author and the host
of The Jackey Eckhart /i.. ,
www. cinchouse. corn/Jacey.


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By Lt. Rickey L Bennett people be. If we let others be,
Spiritual Fitness Division SE then that leaves us with only
What causes conflict among one option of somebody to work
you? This question seems com- on ourselves.
plex but one ancient text offers This is not some ego-heavy,
a rather simple answer. "You self-focus. No, this is continu-
want something but since you ally searching our own hearts,
don't get it." minds, souls and strength to see
Few things cause as much where elements of selfish per-
conflict as trying to control suasion, me-centered manipu-
other people. Some attempts to lation, and "it's-all-about-me"
control others are blatantly self- attitudes are being used in our
serving, such as maximizing relationships with other people.
our own profit or influence at It's actually a very honoring
another person's expense. But way to live. We honor God by
the more common type of con- admitting that He is in control,
trol involves trying to persuade, not us. We honor other people
manipulate, or force people to and the way God is working in
do things that simply make our their lives. And we honor our-
lives more comfortable and con- selves, realizing what an honor
venient. it is to daily serve God and oth-
Our attempts at controlling ers rather than ourselves.
others are totally dishonorable. Perhaps, one way you can
There are a few people who discover a more honorable way
are blatantly self-serving; the of living is by attending one
rest of us are skilled at subtly of our next Personal Growth
trying to get our way and make Retreats scheduled for: Aug.
life easier for ourselves. It may 16-19, Oct. 4-7and Dec. 11-14.
very well be one of the hardest Call 270-6958 to register or for
things in the world to do let more information.


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

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

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


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On Base
Thursday, June 14
The USS Carney family read-
iness group will meet at 6:45
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Childcare will be pro-
vided.
Saturday, June 16
USS Klakring family readi-
ness group will have a fund-
raising bake/yard sale at the
Mayport USO from 9 a.m.-2
p.m. to aid in homecoming fes-
tivities.
Sunday, June 17
USS De Wert family readi-
ness group will host "Family
Beach Day" at 2 p.m. for all De
Wert and HSL-60 families. We
will meet behind Castaways/
Beachside Community Center.
Sunday, June 17
USS Doyle families will hold
a 'Meet & Greet' from 11 a.m.-
4 p.m. at the Sea Otter Pavilion.
Please bring a picnic lunch.
Thursday, June 28
The USS Philippine Sea fam-
ily readiness group will hold its
monthly potluck meeting at 6:30
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Free babysitting will be
provided.
Thursday, July 12
The USS Carney family read-
iness group will meet at 6:45
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Childcare will be pro-
vided.
Thursday, July 26
The USS Philippine Sea fam-
ily readiness group will hold its
monthly potluck meeting at 6:30
p.m. at the USO on Mayport
Road. Free babysitting will be
provided.

Out in Town
Wednesday, June 13
NE Florida/SE Georgia
Songwriters Group meets the
second Wednesday of each
month at 6:30 p.m. sharp
at the Florida House Inn -
Conference Room, 22 S. 3rd
Street, Fernandina Beach.
Songwriters of ALL genres are


C calendar
welcome to this future chapter
of NSAI (Nashville Songwriters
Association International) This
is your opportunity to grow in
the art and craft of songwriting,
and to learn about the business
side too. Song critiques are
done in every meeting, so bring
a song and lyric sheets if you'd
like an evaluation. Beginning
songwriters, or those just curi-
ous about songwriting are very
welcome. Contact Chris Platel
at cplatel a bellsouth.net for
more information.
Saturday, June 16
The Jacksonville Genealogial
Society will hold their month-
ly meeting at 1:30 p.m., at the
Webb-Wesconnett Library, 6887
103rd street, Jacksonville, Fl.
Guest speaker Melody K. Porter
is a computer software business
analyst and has been a geneal-
ogy researcher for 15 years. She
will be presenting information
on research sites in Georgia and
elsewhere. For additional infor-
mation, contact Mary Chauncey
at 781-9300.
Tuesday, June 19
Staffers from the Duval
County Extension Service
will offer a free workshop on
"Landscape Readiness for Heat
and Hurricanes" from 5:30-7:30
p.m. at University Park Library,
3435 University Blvd. Come
learn how to identify landscape
problems and prepare shrubs
and trees for hurricanes. Please
call 904-387-8850 to pre-reg-
ister.
Saturday, June 23
The U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary 14-04 as a public
service is offering an Americas
Boating Course program at the
Captains Club. The Captains
Club is at 13363 Beach Blvd.
located between Hodges
and Kernan Blvd. The pro-
gram meets the Florida State
Requirement for a Boaters
Safety Card and the cost is only
$25. Contact Mike at 904-502-
9154 for more information.
Saturday, June 30
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will be held at FOP Lodge, 171
Sawgrass Road, Marsh Landing
Park, Jacksonville Beach.
Check-in begins at 6 p.m. -
Bar-B-Q Buffet begins at 7 p.m.
- live band and DJ for entertain-
ment. Cost is $30 per person.
Deadline May 30 to mail checks
(payable to "Terry Parker Class
of '77") to: Anita Kelly; 195
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Wednesday, July 3
NE Florida/SE Georgia
Songwriters Group meets the
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month at 6:30 p.m. sharp
at the Florida House Inn -
Conference Room, 22 S. 3rd
Street, Fernandina Beach.
Songwriters of ALL genres are
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located between Hodges
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gram meets the Florida State
Requirement for a Boaters
Safety Card and the cost is only
$25. Contact Mike at 904-502-
9154 for more information.


-Photo by MC1 Sonja Chambers
Chief Master-at-Arms Ernest Prevatte, Navy Region Southeast's Kennel Master, presents the
CNRSE Kennel of the Quarter Award to Master-at-Arms Is' Class (SW) Steven Miller and
Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Robert Pennington during a ceremony Thursday. This is the second
quarter in a row the NS MayportKennel has won Kennel of the Quarter.



NCIS Warns Of BAH Fraud


From NCIS
In 2006, Navy Criminal
Investigative Service initiated
143 BAH-related fraud inves-
tigations, almost double the
investigations initiated in 2005.
The significant 2006 increase
represents increased NCIS
emphasis and partnering activi-
ties with Personnel Support
Detachments. The majority of
the investigations originated
from the Norfolk, Southwest


and Mayport Field Offices.
Approximately 2.3 million dol-
lars of loss to the government
was attributed to fraudulent
claims of residency.
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two-day seminar covering areas
critical to the personal planning
of employees ready to retire or
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USS The Sullivans Returns To Mayport


From USS The Sulhvans
USS The Sullivans (DDG
68) returned from its six-
month deployment to the
Mediterranean and the Black
Sea on May 29.
The Sullivans departed
Mayport on Nov. 27, joined up
with the Norfolk-based frigate
USS Kauffman and proceeded
east towards the Mediterranean
Sea.
During its most recent
six month deployment, The
Sullivans operated under the
command of Commander, Task
Force Six-Five, Commodore
John Nowell, and Commander
Task Force Six-Seven,
Commodore Chip Walters.
Both commodores embarked on
The Sullivans at different peri-
ods throughout the deployment.
During the first two months
of the deployment USS The
Sullivans visited several dif-
ferent countries within the
Mediterranean Sea.
The Sullivans spent Christmas
in Gaeta, Italy. While in port
Gaeta, Italy, much of the crew
had the opportunity to visit the
historic city of Rome.
On Christmas Eve, a majority
of the crew spent their holiday
at Midnight Mass in Vatican
City. They got to experience
Mass given by the Pope. Also
during the first third of the
deployment, The Sullivans visit-
ed Villafranche, France; Naples,
Italy; Augusta Bay, Sicily; Split,
Croatia; and Aksaz, Turkey.
Midway through the deploy-
ment The Sullivans' crew began


their journey north through the
Turkish Straits and into the
Black Sea.
During this time, The
Sullivans had port visits in
Varna, Bulgaria and Constanta,
Romania.
The Sullivans performed
bilateral exercises with both
the Bulgarian and Romanian
Navies. Following operations
in the Black Sea, The Sullivans
headed south for port visits in
Souda Bay, Crete and Tunis,
Tunisia.
The Sullivans had the oppor-
tunity to participate in Operation
Active Endeavor and exercise
Noble Manta, also known as the
largest anti-submarine warfare
exercise in the world.
USS Roosevelt, anoth-
er deployed guided missile
destroyer from Naval Station
Mayport, also participated in
the exercise.
In addition to U.S. ves-
sels present, ships from the
Standing NATO Maritime
Group Two, Commanded by
Rear Adm. Groothousen includ-
ed naval assets from the United
Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Turkey
and Greece.
The eight-day exercise
brought together different
NATO allies and provided valu-
able training that helped stan-
dardize anti-submarine warfare.
Following their second set of
operations in the Black Sea, The
Sullivans transited the Turkish
Straits Southbound on May 8.
See The Sullivans, Page 5


-Photos by MC2 Susan Cornell
Sailors man the rails during the homecoming of the guided missile destroyer USS The Sullivans (DDG 68). The Sullivans participated
in seven multi-lateral exercises including Noble Dina and Noble Manta and operated in the sixth fleet area of responsibility as part of
Commander Naval Forces Europe.


A dad gives "thumbs-up" to his Sailor as other family members and friends of USS The Sullivans anxiously look for their Sailors after the ship pulled pierside.


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-Flags fly as tugs assist USS The Sullivans' smooth move to pierside at NS Mayport after its deploy-
ment.


Fire Controlman 1st Class Mark Meyer and his family are interviewed by a local news station during.
the homecoming.


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THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 7, 2007 5


Family and friends cheer Sailors aboard the guided missile destroyer USS The Sullivans during the homecoming.


I


Sailors man the rails during the homecoming of USS The Sullivans.


.Delegates from DESRON 24 wait to board the ship as friends and family members cheer around
: them.


Electronics Technician 1st Class David Couch greets his 4-year-old daughter, Makayla, during the
homecoming for USS The Sullivans.

The Sullivans From Page 4
Before leaving the Sixth Fleet Area of It is a multi-mission Aegis guided missile
Responsibility to begin its transit across the destroyer capable of performing a variety of roles,
Atlantic toward Mayport, The Sullivans stopped principally protecting aircraft carrier and large
for port calls in Souda deck amphibi-
Bay, Crete; and Rota, ,- ous assault ship
Spain. battle groups
The Sullivans' t from air, sur-
Sailors have had a face, or subsur-
successful and produc- face threats, all
tive six months at sea. o while maintain-
They visited 24 ports ing the capabil-
in 11 different coun- ity of striking
tries on three differ- land targets.
ent continents. They It is powered
spent a total of 102 by four General
days underway and 82 Electric LM
days in port. 2500 Marine
The Sullivans host- Gas Turbine
ed five VIP receptions by a engines which
for U.S. Ambassadors, Cmn produce up to
foreign dignitaries and *100,000 shaft
high ranking foreign horse power.
military officials. The ship is
Throughout the equipped with
deployment, more a five-inch gun,
than 30 Sailors quali- a variety of
fled as Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialists, three missiles, Close-in Weapon System (CWIS) and
officers earned their Surface Warfare Officer anti-submarine torpedoes, as well as a myriad of
Qualification, and eight officers qualified Officer sophisticated self-defense decoy systems, elec-
of the Deck Underway. tronics, radars and communication equipment.
Commissioned on April 19, 1997, The Sullivans The Sullivans' crew has much to be proud of as
is currently manned by a crew of 30 officers and they return home to family and friends after six-
270 Sailors. months away.


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6 THE MIRROR, NS MAYPORT, Thursday, June 7, 2007


Mayport
By Stephen W Groves PAO
Mayport Sailors recently
enjoyed a fun filled week of
events in New York City. USS
Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29)
and USS Hue City (CG 66)
spent the week docked along
the Staten Island pier along with
Norfolk based ships: USS San
Jacinto (CG 56), USS Oscar
Austin (DDG 79) and USS
Winston Church Hill (DDG 81).
The fun for crewmembers
on board Stephen W. Groves
began prior to the ship's arriv-
al in New York with a visit by
International Fight League Star
Jamal Patterson and one of the
league's models and spokesper-
sons, Lauren Potter. They were
both flown on board Stephen
W. Groves for a twenty-four
hour tour and visit, during the
ship's transit to New York.
During their visit both enjoyed
a personalized tour of the ship
by the crew's executive offi-
cer, Lt. Cmdr. Christopher W.
Caldbeck and plenty of time
mingling with the crew. Lauren
expressed here thanks and felt
that "the experience was a
memorable one."
The ship's visit to New York
marked the homecoming for
some Stephen W. Groves Sailors
such as Postal Clerk third class
petty officer Michael Spirito.
During the visit Michael's
plans were to "spend qual-
ity time with his family" in the
Bronx. During the ship's visit
he also participated in a visit
to Our Lady Queen of Peace, a
local Staten Island school. "I
had a blast and am glad I was
invited to visit the school," said
Michael.
Another Stephen W. Groves
Sailor who returned home was
Ship's Serviceman Seaman Jin
Wu. The Brooklyn native emi-
grated from China in 1999 and
joined the Navy in 2005. Jin


FFSC W
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.
June 7, 9 a.m.-noon, New
Parent Support Playgroup, USO
June 7, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
June 11, 9-11 a.m., Parenting


Sailors Enjoy New York City Fleet Week


said, "I joined the Navy to expe-
rience new places and people."
While in New York Jin was
highlighted in the local Chinese
newspaper "Ming Pao" and
the Nc%'\ York Post." During
his visit, when he wasn't being
interviewed by local Chinese
newspaper "Ming Pao" and
the Nic'\ York Post," he was
spending time with family and
friends.
Other native New Yorker
crewmembers, on board
Stephen W. Groves, happy to
be home were: Seaman Jelani
Mohammed from Brooklyn,
Ship's Serviceman Seamen
Carlos Jose Gomez from
nearby Passaic, New Jersey,
Torpedoman First Class Donald
Garrett from Rochester, Master-
at-Arms First Class Steven
Kile from Kendall, Ship's
Serviceman Seaman Apprentice
David Park from Queen's,
HSL-44's Aviation Mechanic
Second Class Julio Castro
from Queen's, Enginemen
Marvin Hoyte from Brooklyn,
Seaman Anthony Correa from
Manhattan, Boatswain Mate
Second Class Marlon Inniss
from the Bronx and Gas Turbine
Machinist Mate Chief Melvin
Wynn from the Bronx. All of
the Sailors were able to spend
time with family and friends
while representing the Navy
around the city.
During their visit, Sailors
were also able to take in the
many famous sites such as the
Empire State building and the
Statue of Liberty. Sailors were
also treated to catered recep-
tions at the Hard Rock Caf6 and
the USO sponsored crew party
at Webster Hall. During Fleet
Week you could find Sailors
at various events around town
such as Broadway plays and
Yankee baseball games.
The Stephen W. Groves


workshop
Class, FFSC
June 12, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Military Spouse 101 Workshop,
FFSC
June 12, 9-11 a.m., Resume
Walk-in Review Assistance,
FFSC
June 12, 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Military
Spouse 101, FFSC
June 13, 9 a.m.-noon, Tottletyme
Playgroup, USO
June 14, 9 a.m. to noon, Oversea
Living Workshop, FFSC
June 14, 9 a.m.-noon, New
Parent Support Playgroup, USO
June 14, 9-11 a.m., Resume


-Photos by MC3 Kenneth R. Hendrix and MC2 Michael Tackitt
Above, Santi Ranno, a retired Marine Corps veteran, shares past experiences in the military to Sailors assigned to guided-missile frig-
ate USS Stephen W. Groves (FFG 29) during a community luncheon with veterans for Fleet Week New York City 2007 at the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Labetti Post 2159. The 20th annual Fleet Week provides an opportunity for citizens of New York City and the surround-
ing tri-state area to meet more than 3,000 Sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen. Below, two Sailors from guided-missile cruiser USS
Hue City (CG 66) talk to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the official Mayoral New York City Fleet Week Welcome at Gracie
Mansion.


Sailors also served as ambassa-
dors for the Navy by participat-
ing in different community rela-
tion's events during the week.
Sailors participated in local area
Memorial Day parades, visits to
various schools, Fire & Police
department exchange programs
and other service activities,
such as volunteering at the Holy
Apostles Soup Kitchen. During
their visit Sailors not only had
fun but made an impressionable
difference around the city.
During Fleet Week Military
members were also treated like
celebrities. Sailors, Marines
and Coastguardsmen could be


any given hour.
You could see Fleet Week
participants on local televi-
sion morning shows and on the
famous "Late Night with David
Letterman" show.
Fleet week is an annual event
in which the citizens of New
York City roll out the "red car-
pet" for over 3,000 Sailors,
Marines and Coast Guardsmen.
During the 20th Annual Fleet
Week, approximately 47,000
people visited USS Wasp (LHD
1) in Manhattan and more than
29,000 visitors in Staten Island
where Stephen W. Groves and


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Run Gettysburg,


Run!


By Ensign
Andrew Bonderud
USS Gettysburg PAO
Sailors on board USS
Gettysburg (CG 64) recently
participated in their bi-annual
Physical Fitness Assessment
(PFA).
This test of physical strength
and stamina consists of two
minutes worth of push-ups,
two minutes worth of sit-ups,
and a mile and a half run. The
advantages of physical fitness
are obvious and, most of the
time, are more than enough to
motivate an individual to exer-
cise and stay in shape, howev-
er, on board USS Gettysburg,
the command has implemented
another incentive for Sailors
to perform well on their PFAs.
Any Gettysburg crewmember
who runs their 1.5-mile run in
less than 10 minutes or swims
their 500-meter-swim in less
than eight minutes is inducted
into the small but elite "Sub-
Ten Minute/Sub-Eight Minute
Club."
The current members of this
club are Engineman Fireman


USS Gc
By Ensign
Andrew Bonderud
USS Gettysburg PAO
On board USS Gettysburg
(CG 64), gone are the days
when "Daily Devotions" meant
sitting in a small, musty room
and listening to a one-way
monologue. Lt. Rita Love
and Lt.j.g. Deirdre Green,
Command Chaplains assigned
to Mayport's new Operational
Ministry Command (OMC),
have taken a bold initiative of
making spirituality more rel-
evant and interesting to Sailors
on board.
Using a combination of book
discussions, movie screenings,
and Bible Study, Gettysburg's
"Religious Ministry Team"
is determined to prove that
Spirituality does not have to be
rigid and inflexible.
The "Religious Ministry
Team" is composed of
Religious Programming
Specialist 1st Class Queenie
West, the Chaplain's Assistant;
Fire Controlman Senior
Chief Timother Bowers,
Gettysburg's Protestant Lay
Leader; Torpedoman 3rd Class
Oscar Gonzalez, Gettysburg's
Catholic Lay Leader; Damage


Apprentice William Robertson,
Gunner's Mate Seaman Arturo
Quezada, Sonar Technician
(Surface) Seaman Steven Erb,
Hull Technician Fireman Joshua
Brown, Torpedoman Third
Class Oscar Gonzalez, Gas
Turbine Systems (Mechanical)
Third Class Roman Konshin,
Electrician's Mate Third
Class Justin Mason, Fire
Controlman Third Class Oscar
Ugarte, Fire Controlman
First Class Anthony Rodgers,
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) John
McCarthy, Lieutenant Richard
Grant, Lieutenant Daniel
Upp, Lieutenant Commander
William Daly, and Captain
William McQuilkin. The title
of Gettysburg Road Runner
belongs to Lieutenant (Junior
Grade) John McCarthy, who
ran his 1.5 miles in 8 minutes
32 seconds. In addition to
these Sailors, Gettysburg also
recognized Boatswain Mate
Third Class Jared Thomson for
improving the most since the
previous PFA.
This push for high PFA per-
formance is just one part of a


broader emphasis, onboard
Gettysburg and throughout the
Navy, on creating a culture of
fitness.
Only with a physically fit
crew will Gettysburg be able to
realize its potential with respect
to tactical proficiency and read-
iness. To achieve this end dur-
ing their upcoming deployment,
Gettysburg's Morale Welfare
and Recreation Committee has
purchased new gym equipment,
including elliptical machines,
treadmills, and dead weights for
the crew.
In addition to utilizing the
"ship's gym," the ship is also
cleverly utilizing a number of
spaces around the ship to max-
imize opportunities for crew-
members to work out.
Finally, during good weather
when the ship is not flying heli-
copters and doing significant
topside work, Gettysburg opens
the "Gettysburg Track" a run-
ning loop around the topside
length of the ship.
No doubt these efforts will
continue to keep Gettysburg
running in top form.


4


-Photo courtesy of USS Gettysburg
Sailors show off their T-shirts after becoming members of USS Gettysburg's "Sub-Ten Minute/Sub-
Eight Minute Club." The Sailors join the club after running 1.5 miles in less than 10 minutes or swim-
ming 500 meters in less than eight minutes during the ship's bi-annual Physical Fitness Assessment.


.ttysburg's Face Of Spi


-Photo courtesy of USS Gettysburg
Gettysburg's Religious Ministry team helps bring spirituality to the ship's crew.


Controlman Chief John Ellis,
a Ministry Assistant; and
Personnel Specialist 1st Class
Adrienne Hall, a Ministry
Assistant.
They have implemented
a schedule of spiritual activi-
ties that provides Sailors more
options than the classic "read
from the pamphlet" devotional
- although that option is still


available to Sailors.
For example, every
Wednesday night, Sailors have
the opportunity to participate
in a discussion about Rick
Warren's international bestsell-
ing book "A Purpose Driven
Life."
Last Friday, Sailors watched
"The Matrix" and then dis-
cussed the significance of the


movie's spiritual metaphors.
Additionally, every Sunday,
the "Religious Ministry Team"
offers Protestant and Catholic
lay services.
Sailors are not the only bene-


rituality
factors of this new lineup of
religious programs. The com-
mand also benefits when Sailors
are most productive, which is
when they have a healthy and
balanced life.
These days, many suggest that
this healthy balance requires
more than just a good diet and
exercise; there is a necessary
spiritual component to any bal-
anced lifestyle.
These spiritual programs offer
Sailors not only the opportunity
to relax, but they are able to
vent and to seek guidance from
their peers and wise counselors.
They provide the Sailors with
a constructive way of dealing
with complex issues.
Green said that this is all
part of a "holistic approach" to
meeting Sailors needs, phsycial-
ly, emotionally, and spiritually.
She says, "These programs not
only help Sailors to grow spiri-
tually, but it raises their morale,
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NMCRS Staff Writer
From the time he was a young
boy, Major James L. Browning,
Jr., USMC wanted to fly. As a
12-year-old, Browning joined
the Mississippi Wing Civil Air
Patrol, a civilian auxiliary of the
United States Air Force. During
his time as a Civilian Air Patrol
cadet, he learned the importance
of leadership, physical fitness,
and a strong moral compass-all
qualities that would serve him
well as a Marine in the years to
come.
Following high school,
Browning enlisted, earning the
rank of corporal before leav-
ing active duty to enter college
in Mississippi as a commer-
cial aviation major. In 2000,
he accepted a position with
USAir, flying small passenger
jets out of Richmond, Virginia.
Hoping to augment his salary as
a commercial pilot, in late 2001
Browning joined 3rd Battalion
14th Marine Regiment, an
artillery reserve unit based in
Richmond.
As a member of 3/14,
Browning was cross-trained as
an MP in preparation for his
unit's activation and deploy-
ment to Iraq, and by March
2006, 3/14 was on its way to
Anbar Province. Then, over a
36-hour period in late April, the
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to experience excruciating
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ments to meet their son at
National Naval Medical Center
Bethesda, where he had been
airlifted following his initial
surgery in Germany.
Together, the family shuffled
between National Naval Medical
Center Bethesda, the Veterans
Administration Hospital in
Richmond, Virginia, and the
Traumatic Brain Injury Unit
at the Veterans Administration
hospital in Tampa, Florida.
Very quickly, Jim and Brenda
Browning found themselves
incapable of meeting expenses,
both at home and in their travels
with their son during his many
surgeries.
Fortunately, Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society's Combat
Casualty Visiting Nurse
Program stepped in to assist.
First, NMCRS Bethesda
Director Ed Potts met with
Major Browning's parents and
outlined how the Society could
help. Potts provided an imme-
diate grant to cover the cost of
food and lodging until govern-
ment funds were issued to cover
these mounting expenses. Also,
because the family's income


suffered when Brenda Browning
left her job to be with their son,
the Society was able to help
cover some of the Brownings'
ongoing expenses back home in
Mississippi.
Next, Potts referred the
Browning family to an NMCRS
Combat Casualty Visiting
Nurse, Susan Boyd. Boyd
immediately met with the fam-
ily to answer any questions they
had concerning the prescribed
course of care and to help navi-
gate through the military medi-
cal rehabilitation process.
Serving as the Brownings'
personal advocate, Boyd
not only monitors Major
Browning's rehabilitation, but
also makes sure the family is
able to successfully address
issues that may arise as a result
of his injury. Since the Combat
Casualty Program guarantees
that a Society Visiting Nurse
will be available for as long as
the need exists, the family is
assured that any financial or
medical issues that arise as a
result of their son's combat-
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USO will hold its second
annual USO Night at Adventure
Landing on June 6 from 6-11
p.m. at Adventure Landing,
1944 Beach Boulevard in
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets
are on sale. There are a limited
number and are only available
to active duty and their direct
dependents. ID cards will be
required. USO, with the help of
VyStar has rented our Adventure
Landing, including the water-
park, for the exclusive use of it
by Service Members and their
families.
The Mayport USO will hold
a yard sale on June 16 from 9
a.m.-2 p.m. Cost is $5/one table
outside, or $10 for two tables
on the inside. If you are inter-
ested in reserving a table, please
contact the Mayport USO at
246-3481.
USO World Headquarters has
launched "Your USO Story."
The USO is asking the public
to send them USO stories, pho-
tos and videos to usostory@uso.
org. The submissions will be
added to a new page on their
Web site. For more information,
go to www.uso.org/story.
Tickets to Adventure Landing,
on Beach Boulevard, are now
available at the USO! Tickets
to the Waterpark are $19 and
tickets to the Waterpark PLUS
five "dry" attractions are $31.
The Jacksonville Axemen


U SO News
are partnering with two local
charities, including the Greater
Jacksonville USO and will
allow those charities to keep
50 percent of all the ticket
sale revenue that they gener-
ate. Visit www.jaxaxe.com for
full schedule details. Season
Tickets are $20 and will get you
entry into all five home games
and the 2007 AMNRL Grand
Final (National Championship
Game) that will be played at
the Hodges Stadium at UNF on
Saturday Aug. 25. Single Game
Tickets will always be available
at the gate on game day for $5.
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.
Looking for a fun group
activity for your wardroom,
department, or division?
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.
There is a computer resource
center available to all service
members with email, Internet
and word processing. Fax, copy
and free notary service is also
available.
Watch TV or a movie from
the video library. Service mem-
bers can also enjoy video games
or use the sports equipment.
There is a full kitchen, show-
ers, a quiet reading room and a
meeting room available at the
USO. The USO is available for
meetings, support groups, recep-
tions, parties and pre-deploy-
ment briefs. A TV, VCR and
overhead projector are available
for use.
For more information about
activities or meeting avail-
abilities, call 246-3481 or stop
by the center at 2560 Mayport
Road. USO is open from 9 a.m.-
9 p.m., Monday-Friday and 9
a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday.


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cones, popcorn, hot dogs and hamburgers.


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at thefun day.


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June 7-16: Father's Day Sale
at Outdoor Adventures. Get 10
percent percent off fishing poles
and fishing line; 15 percent
off all Buoyancy Compensator
Devices (BCD's) and 15 per-
cent off dive lights. Father's
Day gift ideas: gift certificates,
Penn fishing poles, tackle,
Reactor watches, Salt Life gear
and Cobian sandals. Get it all at
Outdoor Adventures. 270-5221
June 7, 12 & 14: Junior Golf
Clinic. This four-day clinic is
9-11 a.m. at Windy Harbor Golf
Club. Clinic is open to ages 8
and older. Cost is $100 per child
and pre-registration is required.
270-5380
June 8-10: Open Water Scuba
Certification Course. Cost
is $290 or $310 for guests.
Course includes certification,
dive book, dive log book, dive
tables, professional instruction,
and admission to the springs,
two nights lodging, round-trip
transportation and use of all
necessary scuba equipment.
Don't be confused by outside
advertisements. We provide all
the scuba gear you need for this
class. No equipment purchase
required! 270-5541
June 8: Summer Outdoor
Movie Night, "Night at the
Museum" Rated PG. Free out-
door movie starts at approxi-
mately 8:45 p.m. at Sea Otter
Pavilion. Bring lawn chairs,
blankets and bug spray. 270-
6015
June 9: Youth Nighttime Trip
to the Jacksonville Suns Game.
Call for more information. 270-
5680/5421
June 12: Summer 5K Run. 8
a.m. start in front of the Gym.
Free. 270-5451/5452
June 12: Bubblemaker. 5:30-
7 p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just


bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
June 14: Family Steak Night.
5-8 p.m. at Foc'sle CPO Club.
Steak dinners are $9 per per-
son and children's specials are
available. All hands welcome.
270-5431/5432
June 14: Bubblemaker. 5:30-
7 p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
June 15 & 16: Register for
Session 2 of Children's Swim
Lessons. Register for Session
2 only from 8-10 a.m. June 15
and 16 at the base pool. Cost is
$40 per child or $35 for children
currently enrolled in summer
camp on base. Pay by check
or cash only. Session 2 meets
Monday through Thursday, June
18-28 at the base pool. Lessons
will be offered in the morning
and evening. 270-5425
June 15: 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
June 15: Summer Outdoor
Movie Night, "Charlotte's
Web" Rated G. Free outdoor
movie starts at approximately
8:45 p.m. at Sea Otter Pavilion.
Bring lawn chairs, blankets and
bug spray. 270-6015
June 17: Father's Day.
Buy dad great gifts at Windy
Harbor Pro Shop (270-5380)
and Outdoor Adventures (270-
5221).
June 18-21: Seal Team. Seal
Team is a 4-day mini scuba
camp for ages 8-12. This mini
camp meets daily from 9:30-
11 a.m. at the base pool. Cost


M WR Happenings
is $129 and includes all scuba Team is a 4-day mini
equipment, activity book, camp for ages 8-12. This
log book, certificate and Seal camp meets daily from
Team card. Pre-registration is 11 a.m. at the base pool.
required. 270-5541 is $129 and includes all
June 19: Bubblemaker. 5:30- equipment, activity b
7 p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90- log book, certificate and
minute pool session introducing Team card. Pre-registrati
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a required. 270-5541
pool setting. Cost is $20 and June 26: Bubblemaker.
includes all scuba gear and a 7 p.m. Bubblemaker is or
certificate of completion. Just minute pool session introd
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the youth ages 8-12 to scuba
base pool. 270-5541 pool setting. Cost is $2(
June 20: Adventure Landing includes all scuba gear
Field Trip for Youth. Call for
details. 270-5680/5421
June 21: Bubblemaker. 5:30- A
7 p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a
pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541 HO
June 22-24: Open Water
Scuba Certification Course.
Cost is $290 or $310 for guests.
Course includes certification,
dive book, dive log book, dive
tables, professional instruction,
and admission to the springs,
two nights lodging, round-trip
transportation and use of all '
necessary scuba equipment. '
Don't be confused by outside
advertisements. We provide all
the scuba gear you need for this
class. No equipment purchase
required! 270-5541
June 22 & 23: Live Band
at Castaway's Lounge. Live
entertainment from 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Friday and Saturday
at Castaway's Lounge, inside
Beachside Community Center.
No cover charge! Drink specials
all night. 270-7205 Maort NaExchang
June 23: Club Teen, Stunner MayportNavyExchang
Shades. 8-11 p.m. at the Youth of their wedding plans. (
Activities Center. Open to ages Ink (Photography), Mic
13-17 and age 18 if still in high and the Navy Exchange
school. Admission is $2. 270- ware, clothing and access
5680/5421 3257) fora free wedding
June 25-28: Seal Team. Seal


certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
June 27: Barracks Bash. 5-
8 p.m. Free food and fun for
single sailors and geo-bach-
elors living in the barracks or
on board Mayport ships. Watch
the Liberty Call section in The
Mirror for more details. 270-
7788/7789
June 28: Bubblemaker. 5:30-
7 p.m. Bubblemaker is one 90-
minute pool session introducing
youth ages 8-12 to scuba in a


pool setting. Cost is $20 and
includes all scuba gear and a
certificate of completion. Just
bring a swimsuit. Class is at the
base pool. 270-5541
June 30: Family Pool Party
Hosted by MWR Youth
Activities. 7-9 p.m. at the base
pool. Cost is $3 per child; fam-
ily cost TBD. Ages 10 and
older must be signed in by a
parent. Ages 9 and under must
be accompanied at all times by
their parent or legal guardian.
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e recently hosted its second annual Wedding Fair to assist patrons with all
)n hand for the event was Black Tie (Gown and Tuxedo Rental), Favorite
ki Ricard (Photography), Commissary (Deli Trays and Wedding Cakes),
had on display lingerie, flowers, invitations, hair stylists, cosmetics, gift-
sories, fine jewelry and wine and spirits. Visit the NEX Flower Shop (242-
consultation.


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
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Internet computer room, wi-fi
throughout, laundromat, ATM,
pool tables, video game sta-
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tables and a snack area. Call
270-7788 for information.
June 7: Comedy Zone Trip.
When's the last time you've had
a good laugh? Join the Liberty
Program as we head to enjoy
a night of comedy and fun at
the Comedy Zone in Mandarin.
This trip is free which includes
admission, transportation and
appetizers. There is a one drink
minimum purchase. This trip
is open to those 18 years old
and older. Van will leave from
Planet Mayport at 6:15 p.m.
June 8: Birthday Bash. Happy
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Stop by Planet Mayport for your
birthday bonus starting at 6 p.m.
June 10: Liberty Passport
Dinners. Try Liberty's new pro-
gram where we experience food
from different cultures. Tonight
we head over to Thailand and
taste the fine cuisine. Cost of
this trip is $10 and includes
your meal and transportation.
June 11 and 18: Monday
Night Movies. Enjoy a free out-
door movie on Planet Mayport's
back deck. Movies will be
shown promptly at dusk.
June 12, 19 and 26: Tone
deaf Tuesday. It's time to stop
singing in the car, the shower,
or where ever else your "true"
rock star qualities come out and
put them to the test at Planet
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June 13-14: Halo 2
Tournament. Join us for the first
annual real life Halo 2 tourna-
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June 13: Halo 2 (video game)
Tournament. Sign up your four
person team to battle it out for
first, second and third places.
The top three teams will then
move on to the next level of the
tournament.
June 14: Halo 2 Paintball
Competition. Join us as the top
three teams from both bases bat-
tle each other for the champion-
ship and a ton of great prizes.
June 16: Dinner and a Movie
Trip. Join the Liberty Program
on a trip to Regal Cinemas
for the newest box office hits.


Pizza served at Planet Mayport
prior to departing for the movie
theater. Cost is only $2 and
includes food, admission and
transportation.
June 20: Nine Ball
Tournament. Join the Liberty
Program in a free, single elimi-
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6:15 p.m. at Planet Mayport.
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and second places.
June 21: Jacksonville Suns
Trip. Join us on a trip to the
baseball grounds to watch the


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Just what the Doctor ordered


A Prescription Dose of Hurricane Preparedness


By Lt. Cmdr.
Louis V. Guarno
Naval Branch Health Clinic, Key West
Pharmacy
Prescription medications are a
most important part of any hur-
ricane preparedness kit. Naval
Hospital Branch Health Clinic
(NBHC) Key West is standing
by to assist you in keeping pre-
scription medications adequate-
ly stocked regardless of which
hurricane condition level is set.
As most beneficiaries
are aware, Naval Hospital
Jacksonville and its outlying
branch health clinics (BHC)
pharmacies comprise one of
the busiest pharmacy networks
in the entire Navy, filling and
dispensing thousands of pre-
scriptions daily. "Our primary
responsibility is patient safety,
ensuring the correct patient


receives the correct medication
at the correct dosage each time,"
says Pharmacy Leading Petty
Officer HM1 Kevin McGarry.
To better utilize our resources
and save patients from unneces-
sary waiting at the pharmacy,
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
and its Branch Health Clinics
require pharmacy prescrip-
tion refills to be telephoned
in using the AUDIO CARE
system. Be mindful that this
system serves the entire Naval
Hospital Jacksonville catchment
area which is comprised of
ten different locations from as
far north as Atlanta, Ga. down
to Key West, Fla., the south-
ernmost tip of the contiguous
United States. Quantity limita-
tions permit a 30-day supply
of medication to be called in
seven days before the last dose


of medication is consumed, and
a 90-day supply of medication
may be called in up to 14 days
before the last dose of medi-
cation is consumed. Patients
should develop individual plans
and take necessary action to
ensure that they don't run out
or allow their supply of main-
tenance medication to get very
low. All too often, the pharma-
cy receives calls from patients
stating that their last dose of
medication was just consumed.
Processing for called-in refills
can take up to three business
days and even longer for medi-
cations that are special ordered.
Refill prescriptions can be
called in 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week, however, they are filled
during normal working hours
Monday through Friday. Here
is a quick run down of the steps


to take when requesting a refill:
1. Dial 1-800-628-7427.
2. Select the location where
you will pick up your medica-
tions.
3. Press 1 to refill your pre-
scription.
4. Enter the last 4 numbers
of the sponsor's Social Security
Number (SSN) followed by the
pound sign (#).
5. Enter the numeric portion
of the prescription number fol-
lowed by the pound sign (#).
6. The system will then pro-
cess the refill and inform you
when the prescription will be
ready for pick up.
7. Press 5 to refill another
prescription and repeat step 5.
8. When you are finished,
hang up.
9. Your prescription will be
ready after three working days


Men's Health Week Is June 11-15


From Health Promotion by the Ocean
In the 1920's women outlived
men by only one year. By 2001,
men were dying approximately
six years sooner then women!
Why the growing gap? Some
reasons are socioeconomic,
such as the fact that men are
employed in more danger-
ous jobs or the fact that they
are more likely to be victims
of homicide. However, the
most significant risks to men's
life expectancy are related to


unhealthy lifestyles and lack of
preventive health intervention.
Men have a higher death rate
for every one of the top 10 lead-
ing causes of death to include
heart attack, stroke, cancer, dia-
betes, and HIV infection. In
fact, 50 percent more men than
women die of heart disease and
cancer. A contributing factor
to these statistics is that men
are less likely to schedule pre-
ventive or well appointments
with their physician. You can


do something to stop this alarm-
ing trend!
Men's Health Week is June1
- 16 and is designed to heighten
awareness of preventable health
problems and encourage early
detection and treatment of dis-
eases in men and boys. Health
Promotion by the Ocean will
be hosting a Men's Health Fair
at the base gym from 6-8 a.m.
on June 11 and at the Branch
Health Clinic from 8-11:30
a.m. on June 15. Come by for


some very valuable information
on prevention, early detection,
stress management and blood
pressure screenings.
This Father's Day take some
time out to take care of you.
Your health is too important to
ignore and educating yourself
is a great first step. For fur-
ther information, contact Health
Promotion by the Ocean at 270-
5251.


Family Gives Thanks For Newborn Care


By Marsha Childs
NH Jax Marketing
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
medical personnel were hon-
ored recently at an award cere-
mony stemming from a grateful
family's letter praising the out-
standing care provided for their
newborn in December 2006.
When Jennifer Walker arrived
at Naval Hospital Jacksonville
to deliver her baby Hannah,
she was expecting a repeat C-
section, an easy recovery and
an early discharge for both
herself and her new daughter.
All that changed when watch-
ful Maternal Infant Unit (MIU)
medical staff noticed the new-
born had developed an irregu-
lar heartbeat 15 hours after the
delivery.
Hannah was delivered with-
out a hitch on Dec. 19, 2006
at 9 a.m. At about 3 a.m., the
duty nurse Deborah Eardley
suggested taking Hannah, who
was a little fussy, to the Nursery
to allow Jennifer to catch up on
her much needed rest. While


there, Hospitalman Amber
Hollier noticed Hannah's lips
were slightly bluish. Hollier
immediately notified the nurse
who determined the baby's heart
was beating too fast.
Pediatrics Department Head
Lt. Cmdr. Roger "Scott" Akins
and Family Practice Resident
Lt. Adam Sanborn assessed
Hannah and determined she
needed to be transferred to
Wolfson Children's Hospital
where pediatric cardiologists
could provide the care she need-
ed.
Reflecting on the incident,
Jennifer said, "It was like in the
movies. I was yelling 'Don't
take my baby!' But everybody
was so professional. All the
attention was on Hannah. You
don't expect to see doctors and
nurses so concerned. Her con-
dition turned out not to be life
threatening, but it could have
led to other more serious condi-
tions. I am a school teacher and
you never get to see the results
of your work. My daughter


got extremely good care at the
Naval Hospital and we want
people to know it."
In his letter to Naval Hospital
Commanding Officer Capt.
Raquel Bono, Petty Officer
Walker wrote, "My wife and I
were very impressed with the
entire staff and the leadership
from the MIU. The staff did
not just stop after Hannah was
taken off to Wolfson's Hospital;
they kept asking us how Hannah
was doing and how we were
doing with Hannah's con-
dition. With all the fantastic
things the MIU staff did, what
impressed me the most was to
see the care they showed from
the moment we walked through
the door until after we walked
out the door. It felt like they
were going through it with us
because some of the staff shed a
few tears. The MIU is a portrait
of excellence and care."
Jennifer and Hannah fre-
quently visit MIU Department
Head Cmdr. Angela Nimmo,
Ensign Carla Jones and other


from the day it is called in
unless the refill is for a non-for-
mulary medication which could
take three to five working days.
Walk up refill requests are
highly discouraged as this pre-
vents the pharmacy staff from
taking care of those patients
who may be more acutely ill
and require immediate pharma-
cy attention.
Should you prefer not to use
the phone in system, refills may
also be requested via the hospi-
tal Internet site http://navalhos-
pitaljax.med.navy.mil. Again,


be sure that selections are made
to have the medications pro-
cessed at the correct pick up
location. Please keep in mind
that whether using the phone
or internet, medications will be
held for only 10 days awaiting
pick up. After 10 days medi-
cations are returned to stock.
Should you have any questions,
concerns or difficulty using the
phone-in system, please call the
pharmacy using the phone num-
ber at the top of your prescrip-
tion vial.


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2787 LANTANA LAKES DR W, LANTANA
LAKES, $197,900, 3BR, 2BA, 1451SF, LAKE-
FRONT, SPACIOUS EAT IN KIT, OPEN FLR-
PLN BIG MST STE

2373 PACIFIC SILVER DR, PINE BLUFF,
$158,900 MLS 370899, 3BR, 2BA 1203SF,
BERBER CARPET, FL RM, NEW ROOF, NEW
A/C UNIT

3946 PEACH DR, SOUTHSIDE ESTATES,
$159,900 MLS 371517, 3BR, 2BA, 1250SF,
HUGE LOT, FRESHLY PAINTED, CERAMIC
TILE, LRG EAT IN KIT W/ISLAND

9745 TOUCHTON RD #1903, II VILLAGIO,
$199,900 MLS 357933 3BR, 2BA, 1346SF,
BERBER CARPET, GROUND LEVEL CONDO,
ALL APPL STAY


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WANTED: GOOD
PEOPLE WITH
BAD CREDIT
You Pick The Home and
We'll Do The Loan.Many
Homes To Choose From.
771-9055 or 962-1086
Ask for Emma



BAKER COUNTY
1-3 acres HIGH &DRY!
Fish pond, ready for
homes or MH's. Owner
finance call 904-259- 8256
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
-1.1ac lot, by owner
Paved rd. Keystone
Schools, 352-235-1626




LUXURIOUS Homesites
Homesites for sale near
Atlantic & Golden Isles.
Lake, River, Marsh &
Wooded acreage homes-
ites. Save BIG with
pre-development pricing.
Must act now!
866-432-9341
STARKE prvt 10 ac, 4/2
DW, hot tub, fen. Owner
fin 25 dwn, can be sub-
divided, comp. remod-
eled, $149K 904-248-9666







I i Investor Rehab
<. 1 Loans
S Lowest Rates
Highest LTV
Bo No Junk Fees
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TIMBERLAND SALE
GA, NC, SC & VA
Rivers, Creeks,
Rolling Hills
Level, Bottom Land,
Harwoods, Pines
Excellent Hunting.
404-362-8244
St. Regis Paper Co.
www.stregispaper.com




YULEE $14K reduction,
412, 2 car gar, NEW
never lived in, 1 mi W of
1-95 off A1A. $264,900 this
month only or rent.
Call 904-845-1163
www.infotube. net/158370





Cunningham Crk-lmmac.
3/2, many upgrades
culdesac, preserve lot,
$289,900. 904-230-2145
ST. AUGUSTINE Must
see! FSBO, beautiful 312,
2cgar, stucco front, vinyl
siding, approx 1850sf, bit
Dec. '01, many upgrades
walk to middle schools,
2mi from elem. school.
$239,900obo. 904-236-9455


SR13, 2 Acres Developed
w/400' deepwater dock.
Appr $950KAsking $750K
Mark 904- 233- 4231



& 3-4/2 Home
Fam/Sun, LR, DR,
Oak, Ceramic Tile,
Shed, remodeled,
baths, kitchen windows,
nearby FP acre $225k
Firm, PCS 777-5760
JACKSONVILLE
CEMETERY
lots.
Evergreen Cem-
etery. Main Street. $2500
Each or three for $5000.
821-1550




Aiken, South Carolina area -
829 ac, 25 ac lake, big tim-
ber, over 6mi of CR
frontage, $2995/ac,
Owner 803-640-3497
SC HUNTING LAND
156 ac, $2625 per ac
www.wisebatten.com
Ph. 803-625-4256




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




ARLINGTON
$100 DEPOSIT
*Unfurnished Studios
*Pool-Fitness Ctr-Fishing
*Conv to Town & Beaches
FROM $395 MO
Furn & Unfurn
Willow Lakes of Arl
7703 Hare Ave.
725-0303

ATLANTIC BEACH
2BRS starting as low at
$675/mo. Call 249-1833
and ask for Monique
MAYPORT LANDING &
DUNES WAY 2 & 3br
townhouse, $700 & $800.
Call 421-3999

NORTHSIDE
Newly Renovated 1, 2, & 3BR
FIRST MO. RENT FREE
(904) 751-1510
SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Special!
CALL 398 -9492


Call about
our Move In
Specials
TODAY

SOUTHSIDE
1, 2 & 3Br's Available.
$100 off Monthly rent
for 1st 6 months!!!


WESTSIDE
Awesome Deal on
the Water!
Free Rent Specials!
Call today!
904-781-7700 or go online
at londontowneapts.com

WESTSIDE
Chase Ridge Apts
S Free Rent
S Specials!
Call today!
904-771-5736 or go online
at chaseridge.com

WESTSIDE $149 Sec dep
Special. 1BR, $440.
Call 388-7317
w Sublet lbr/lba,
washer/dryer con-
nection, security,
screened deck.
Many amenities, newer
apartments. $660/mo.
June 1st.
Call 1904-382-5904


HUD VOUCHERS WELCOME!
NEWLY REMODELED!
LARGE 1, 2, & 3 BR APTS
(904) 751 -1510




ARLINGTON Kendall
Pointe TwnHm 3/2.5, 1cg.
barry-moorerentals.blogspot.com
Military & Student Leases
avl, pets neg. 904-610-8807
Baymeadows 3/2 on lake
Gated, Remod. 2 Pools,
Good schl dist. $1200 +
$900 dep. 904-226-5307
EAGLE HARBORBrand
new in The Enclave, 2/2,
gar & storage rm,
1517sf w/addtl scrn
patio, granite counters,
SS apple, wd blinds &
more, pool & tenn mem-
bership incid, $1400 mo.
Call 272-0133


10 MINUTES FROM
BASE! 3/2 w/garage
$1100 or 2/2.5 w/free cable
& internet $995. Realty
Executives, Ponte Vedra
904-249-7676, press 2
BEACH JACKSON-
VILLE AAAH Beauty!
Luxury 2/2 $1675mo.
Avail now. 1-800-758-7658
Intracoastal West New
gated 3/3 penthouse,
2200sf granite, SS appl,
pool, gar $1895m 273-0125

OAKLEAF $500 sec dep.
52" HD TV Waterfront
New Condo. 3/2 W/D,
$995 Ph. 904-226-9760
SOUTHSIDE St. John's
Town Center 1 /1 condo
w/attached garage.
Screened balcony, W/D
in unit, Appliances
under warranty. Gated
community w/pool and
fitness center. Avail-
able 8/1 $950. 410-533-5119


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








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HOMES

EASTWOODYOA
1000EastoodId illar
(94)85-92 253


SOUTHSIDE -move in this
week, Free TV, brnd new
TH, 3/2.5, w/gar, SS appl,
granite counters $1250mo.
Possible Rent to own
904-716-6696
www.al lareaproperties.com
St. Johns Co. CR 210
Gables at Wingfield Glen
3/2.5, 1463sf, attach, gar,
$1250/mo. 904-861-4097




ARGYLE -4/2.5, 2300sf, 1.5
fenced ac, horses & pets
ok. $1195/mo and $700
deposit. 904-568-6558
ARGYLE- Beauti-
ful 4/3BR 2 Bath,
built May 04, Fire-
place, lakeview,
clubhouse w/pools, ten-
nis court, near NAS For
Rent: 1,100 Rent to Buy
Reduced. 803-6617 or
772-7795
Arlington
FREE MONTH RENT
$300 MOVES YOU IN.
2BR & 3BR's. Grande
Oaks Townhomes. Call
for details 904-744-4244

Arlington, Southside *
Westside, Northside *
*Stop Paying Rent! *
New Homes in the $100's*
* No Money? *
S No Credit? *
* No Problem! *
Possible Rent To Own *
SCall Dave 904-881-6653 *

ARLINGTON-
WATERLEAF COMM
New home, 4BR/3BA,
Available now, $1800/m.
Contact 904-707-9610 or
850-814-6881
AVONDALE -3/2 1600sf
incids porch, new pnt
CH&A, wd firs, fncd
rear, $1350 465-3301
BEAUTIFUL
HOUSE 3yr old, 3
or 4 bedroom, 2
bath, fireplace,
Lakeview, watersoft-
ener, luxury Master
Bedroom, luxury Bath,
Club house w/pools, ten-
nis court, and more!
$206,900. Or rent $1,100.
Rent to own! 772-7795 or
803-6617
East Arlington 4br/2ba
newly refinished 2000sf
brick ranch 1/2 acre
fenced. $1850mo. $1000
dep. Call 864-354-9101
SFleming Island,
Eagle Harbor-
ON WATER-
5BR/3BA, 2700sf, FL
room w/heat & AC, free
heated pool, tennis &
golf in community.
REDUCED from
$2,000/mto $1,825/m.
542-7908
4 Fleming Island-
Eagle Harbor Lake-
front, 4bed/2 bath, 2
car garage with
Florida Room, ceramic
and laminated floor,
central air and ceiling
fans, backyard fence,




FLE lING ISLAND
ScI ee n ioomi, -Fencea.
1,600 monthly.


IAbou CARUST


One Bedroom Starting At


$685oo00


Intercoastal West
2511 Snowy Egret/$1200
381 Hickory Hollow $1150
2809 Safe Shelter $1100
All 3/2 786-1363 Agent
INTERCOASTAL
WEST, 3/2. 2276 sf.
Egrets Glade
Community. 15 min
to Mayport Base. Pets
welcome! $1600.
891-3780.
Mandarin- Beautiful 3/2.5
swimming pool, iacuzzi,
huge yrd, 2 story, 2 car.
$1850mo 954-260-1559

MAYPORT- cute 2/1.5
$695/mo redone inside &
out. all apple's new cpt
Accent of Jax 394-0694


MOVING ???
Contact: Doris
Jakes @ Bear
Realty Inc. Bus #:
(904)234-5753.
Email: iakes-
doris@yahoo.com
"We Care About
our Customers"
Tour to Tour

4 B NORTHSIDE-
Beautiful 4 br/2 1/2
ba. home. approx
2948 sqft. w/ 3 car
garage and much
more...Near airport and
both naval bases.
924-9074
OAKLEAF PLANTA-
TION/PEBBLE CREEK
3/2, 1300SF $1150
OAKLEAF/CANNONS
POINT, 4/2, 1750SF. $1250.
Avail in August OAK-
LEAF/CANNONS POINT
4/2, 2400SF. $1400. Realty
Executives, Ponte Vedra
904-249-7676, press 2
ORANGE PARK/MDBRG
3/2, 2 car gar, pets O/A,
w/d h/u, fpl, auto sprkir,
Call 406-9486
ORANGE PARK, 2000sf,
3/2, 2car gar, Avail now,
new appi, $1200m,
1st/last/$500 sec. 264-3106.
ORTEGA FARMS
Cottages, w/d 2BR $550.
1BR $475mo.
No pets/smkng 3881335
ORTEGA PARK @ 5731
Suwannee Park Ct. near
NAS. 3/2, 2car gar, nice
home, $1050m. Cap
Realty Group 465-1482
SOUTHSIDE 3br/lba, fpl,
fen'd yrd, $900/mo+ $750
sec dep.; pets ok w/addi-
tional dep. 904-303-2552
Southside 3/2 In Johns
Creek. Fenced yd. Many
upgrades. $1500mo.
Yard svc. 904-543-1947
kdodak@bellsouth.net
NORTHSIDE
2/1 renovated $595mo.
Move in Special.
Call 472-7314
ORANGE PARK
3/2 w/4 car gar, workshop/
shed/fplc, $1300mo.
Call 352-473-6745








Homes, Townhomes,
and Condominiums!
1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms
$450 $1450
In the Fnollnwina Areas


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Dan Jones &
Associates, Inc
(901) 757 .366
www E LL:' NJL S *:rri


WESTSIDE
Private m/h for rent 2/1
$700/mo $400 sec.
Call 653-1303




Mayport Married couple
has room for rent house
on lake near Mayport
Base. Call 904-874-8836

S. JACKSONVILLE BCH
Share fully furn. 3/2 house
w/priv ba, $700m. 246-7150

SOUTHSIDE Room for
rent In 4/2 house.
Call Troy 904- 703- 2533




ORANGE PARK-
Room for Rent
480.00 month, fur-
nished, includes
elec., water, cable,
washer/dryer use.
Call 704-4319

4, SOUTHSIDE-
Lantana Lakes.
Beautiful. Fur-
nished. Priv. Bath.
Fenced Yard. Small Dog
ok. $600/Mo inc. Util.
616-0277 or 665-0654.

LUXURY ROOMS
w/AAicrowave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 7253343
QUALITY INN (904) 264-1211




AMERICAS #1 CARD
Route guarantee
accounts earn $15K -
$150K + yr?
Call 888-238-1635 24/7

HUGE RETURNS
Own your own business
Land, Gas and C-Store
$349,900. Seller Financing
Avail. Great opportunity
for operator 954-856-4825
or 877-818-2274





MTG. Rate Adjusting?
LOWER YOUR RATE
Call Mark 904-233-4231

NEED CASH ?
Must Own A Home
Call Mark 904-233-4231





REAL ESTATE
1 Week Day Class June 25
8 Week Eve Class Aug 20
Superior Instruction
www.myfrei.com
(904) 269-2555
Florida Real Estate Institute


Customer Service I


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Drivers
Messengers
BRINKS, INC.
HIRING!
OPEN HOUSE
$500 Sign-on Bonus!
Guaranteed Interview
Tuesday, June 5
8:00 am 4:00 pm
33 West 2nd Street
Jacksonville, FL 32206
Brinks, Inc is the premier
provider of armored car
transportation. We offer:
Full Medical/Dental Pkg
Company Matching 401k
-Tuition Reimbursement
- Paid Vacation
*Time & half for 40+ hrs
* Avg Annual Salary $30K
(includes OT)
For directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's is
an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.
License #BB8700010

SPRAY TECH Must be
able to drive a standard
shift. Valid DL. Train-
ing provided, start at
$9/hr. + raise within 90
days. Call 904-739-8090






A/C SERVICE TECHS &
INSTALLERS, Also
needed JOURNEYMAN
ELECTRICIANS -Exc
pay & benefits. Please
Call 904-783-6330 to
schedule an interview.

CARPENTERS
UPRIGHT
CONSTRUCTION
INC
HIRING EXPERIENCED
RESIDENTIAL
FRAMERS
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
Health benefits
Paid Holidays
Paid vacations
* 40 plus hrs/week
Company T-shirts
* Quarterly Bonus
program
Call 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694


Military personnel
stationed in our
communities
donated 505,907
hours of volunteer
service in Northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georgia last year.



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ENTRY LEVEL
POSITION
Georgia-Pacific Corp
has entry-level open-
ings its converting
facility in St. Marys,
GA. High School
diploma or GED and
good problem solving
capabilities are
required. Mechanical
ability is a must.
Position requires shift
work and regular
physical activity.
Successful applicants
must be able to inter-
act in a teamwork
atmosphere and be
interested in a chal-
lenging career oppor-
tunity. Competitive
pay and benefits.
EOE. Apply at GA
Dept of Labor 1712
Osborne Rd., St.
Marys, GA from
NOW until 06/15/07.




MECHANIC
HEAVY DUTY TRUCK
Come grow with our
expanding business. Exp
in Diesel, airbrake and
hydraulics req. Class B
CDL a plus. For more
information please call
Waste Pro 904-731-7288





OFFICE MANAGER
for busy dermatology
office. Must have cur-
rent billing, coding &
AR exp. Must know
Medical Manager. Fax
resume to 904-384-3613






COOK/SUPERVISOR
immediate opening at
Clay County Jail.
Institutional cooking/
hands-on mgnt exp.
pref'd. Competitive
Wages & bnfts. Resp.
include supervising of
inmate trustees. Must
pass background ck &
drug screen. EOE
Contact Mr. McDaniel
904-529-5940 or fax
resume w/salary his-
tory 904-213-6420

DANCERS NEEDED
$$1 00$$
PAID DAILY
Passion 641-5033
DANCERS DANCERS
$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
DANCERS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 7577370

DANCERS NEEDED
PARADISE ISLAND
Call 998-3111
DJ, DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAFF
Call Passion
641-5033
Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 3991110



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




Driver-Jacksonville Terminal
T GUARANTEED


Dedicated Shorthaul
Avg. $683 $907/week
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
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



WSC
TRANSPORTATION, INC.

Looking for Professional
Flatbed Drivers.
Minimum two years OTR
experience. Clean MVR,
CDL "A" License, stable
work history, home
most weekends. Our
drivers earn up to
.47cpm. Good benefits
package. Ph 888-809-1476




FIVE STAR
S" HEATING& AIR,
Retired AAilitiary
r T Family Owned;
change out sepcial-
ist, Lic & Ins CAC#1815374
Free Est. on new equip.
sales. Military & Senior
Citizens discount
CHRIS 755-7760




BEST MASSAGE in JAX
Westside. McManus Rd.
446-5504 Appt only
#MM14752




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



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2r Panasoc TV, MC a BMW 325i '06. Nav, CHEVY CORVETTE LS, GMC Yukon 2003, HONDA ACCORD '05
$100. MANDARIN Community Patio Table-Chairs, Fishtank, 125 gal-
$ Victoria Place Home- puter/TV Cabinet, 2 you must see to MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS blk/silver, show equipped. $31,890 spd, TOM BUSH MINImmac third rowing package,
Sony and Apex 27" owners Association off table lamps, more believe, call Kim ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES room condition, 2700 998-0012 $28,988 TOM BUSH MINI towing package,hris HONDA ACCORD
Certified Pre-Own 371-4877 68K miles, Chris HONDA ACCORD
Color TV's $75 each. Sunbeam & Craven Rd. items. Spring Cleaning. 904-778-2464 Sales, Service, Parts miles, must see, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 637-9143. $20K '07 EXL V6, Char
Call249-1666 WESTSIDE- Make offer. 904-269-2258 J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales offer includes 2 helmets, BMW32505 EVYMALIBUMAXXLT coal/GrayHeated
WEST oE or 269-2258 GERMAN SHEPHERD Alachua (386) 4623039 2 jackets, 1 pair of BMW 325i '05 '05 20k mi, leather, sunrf
(W erom- Riding Mow AKC, M 2y/o gdw/kids 1-800-541-6439 gloves and 1 bike cover. Leather, CD, fully $14,488 TOM BUSH Seats, $23,980
puter Monitors, Riding Mlower+ $300 obo. 9045042177 For only $9,000 equipped, 26K mi. Certified Pre-Own 371-4877 998-0012
sony audio/video control Treadmill-$100 Rod German Shepard Puppies 1997, 30 ft. 454 Electric Scooter- $24,880 998-0012 e LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Center, printer and and Reels-$50 $300, no apers engine, wide body, Jet 3 U Itra, very LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Chevy S-10 Pickup
Area-rugs neutral more. Must Sell.8358 Honda Riding Lawn- 904-813-1363 recreational \ good condition, new 1996, 6 cylnd, 5 HONDA ACCORD
color-$100for all. 3 Stelling Dr. S. 32244 mower-$500. 6'x12' dual Golden Retriever Pups vehicle, excellent condi- batteries, works BMW 330ci '05 speed, 4 W. drive, EX COUPE '04
large 2 hall run 9 MSaturays axe trailer $1000. AKC, light in color $450. tion. 38K miles, no pets, and runs great. Ca II j Blue, tan, auto- package extended cabin, Spoiler, SR. $14,980
ners. Great for fam- 772-7795 or 803-6617 904-272-7352 229-559-9930, 229-548-9930 no smoking, queensized 786-4591 $450. matic, like new asking 4,300. W- J tl ..j-4I 998-0012
Ily housing. CallT Metal TelescopeOrion G E T V bed, $21,000 282- 9745, LEXUS C
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ng Bed, tress, two essers, Begr, 6 mirror taking dep's. 912-530-6322 Fleetwood Wilder- tom paint, drag 998-0012 CHRSLER 2003 AUDI TT HONDACIVIC
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wash stand $400. Bedding, Tires, golf PU PS.E BON 0.1 CaBON4//7 553w $-0056 or 0 DODGE CALIBER07 A/T, pwr p kg & CD, mk mi.
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pieced beveraottge or squaran, e, glap ss m top items 045 Blnding Blvd., OP7915 included, $2100. nline dation-Time to '04, 4r aut omatic, AC. Cpe, Loaded, leathAURUS SESr, 05 $27,900 mileather, greatCD, fullycon
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$37.50 each,water fee table $25, 52-inch www.thepuppyscene.com $15. 276-0426 P.iI $120.00 Call Paul 620-9387 $179/mo TOYOTA Travis (904)378-9964
winePaul 5$37-8471.50 ech. Phone Ceiling Fans $15. YORKIDog 1wksE PUPS AKC 3F enable Offer is Certified Pre-Own 371-4877 COROLLA 91all 269-1478 BEAGLE AKC 10 ws itsubishi Eclipse
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countr china cab. $650. 757-4640 BICHON TO YORKIES Ready now! 904-845-2246 ACURA 3.2 TL '03 only 29k Excellent condition. $13,h00i Greatu
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282-7610

4 Pontiac Grand Prix
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254-5345
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61K Miles!
$13,000 OBO.
904-476-5051
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TION EDDIE BAUER
Loaded, super clean,
17k mi $23,988
'05 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE Leather,
sunroof, rear A/C,
really nice $18,988
'03 TOYOTA HIGH
LANDER PW, PL, tilt/
cruise, clean & cared
for $13,988
'03 VOLVO XC90 T6
AWD full power
options must see
$25,988
Family Owned and
Operated Business,
serving you with honor
and integrity for over 37
years. Easy Credit Zone
No Credit, Bad Credit?
No Problem 904-371-4877


D, Chevy S-10 2003,
truck with cover,
dark blue, 6 cylin-
der, 5 speed truck,
good condition with
58,523 miles. $9,000.
Call 542-5990 Ext. 222
, Chevy Tahoe '02
56k miles, Fully
Loaded, 4 in Ran-
cho 33 in tires,
DVD/CD/TV, flip down
speakers, only asking
$21 k. 773-3890
4,Dodge Ram 1997,
4x4 with canopy,
automatic, 121xK
miles, $5500 OBO,
Call 912-409-1637
DODGE RAM 1500
HEMI Crew Cab'05
$18,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SFord Expedition '98
Excellent Condition,
new tires, 20" rims,
Sin-dash TV/DVD,
flip down TV, $9,000
OBO. James
(904)608-4070
d Ford Explorer XLT
197 97k miles, Ithr
SIinterior, new Mich-
elins, towing pkg,
fog lights, white ext,
g ray int. $5,200.
904-338-4780
'0 FORD Expedition
'03 fully equip, xtra
low miles. $17,770
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
& FORD F-150 2003
4X4, V8/AT, Black,
loaded, alarm, sun-
Sroof, iGn-dash DVD,
toolbox, tint, runboards,
Awesome truck! $18,500
OBO 904-463-7605

Tom Bush Mini
Certified
Pre-Owned
Money Saving
Gas Saving
Hand Picked SUVs
'03 FORD ESCAPE
4dr XLT low mi sun-
roof leather $13,488
04 FORD ESCAPE 4dr
XLT 4x4, sunroof, 31k
mi, clean $15,988
'05 FORD ESCAPE
4dr XLT Alpine white
beige, leather, 30k mi
$15,988
'03 HYUNDAI SANTE
FE GLS PW, PL, tilt/
cruise, low mi $11,988
'04 HYUNDAI SANTE
FE GLS Sunroof, PW,
PL, tilt/cruise $13,888
'06 HYUNDAI TUC-
SON GLS 4x4, only 20k
mi, super clean $17,988
'04 JEEP LIBERTY
SPORT 4x4, PW, PL,
tilt & cruise 35k mi
$14,488
'05 JEEP LIBERTY
SPORT PW, PL,
alloys, 28k mi, $14,988
'05 JEEP LIBERTY
LIMITED Nice color,
leather, sunroof, 10k
mi $17,888
'06 KIA SORENTO 4dr
LX, 4x4, clean, white/
beige Int 10k mi
$17,988
'06 KIA SORENTO 4dr
LX, PW,PL tilt,cruise,
CD, 9k mi $16,988
'07 KIA SEDONA 4dr
LX, rear A/C, PW, PL,
tilt cruise, CD $18,988
'03 SUZUKI XL7
Hardtop touring pkg,
4x4, low mi $11,988
'06 SUZUKI XL7
Hardtop, 4x4, rear
A/C, third seat, loaded
$17,488
Family Owned and
Operated Business,
serving you with honor
and integrity for over 37
years. Easy Credit Zone
No Credit, Bad Credit?
No Problem 904-371-4877


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4, Ford F-350 XLT, 5
speed, V-10, 4 WD,
power everything,
102K, $12,000, Call
352-235-6143
3 FORD Ranchero
1968, 302 Cobra
Cobra Quick Shift,
automatic, a/c, ps,
std brakes.
$6,500- F IRM.
850-432-7146
GMC SIERRA PU
'05. Like new, only
$16,000 mi. $13,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
HONDA ELEMENT '05
Hard find, easy money at
$289 per mo. 389-7700
3 INFINITI FX45 '03
35,000 miles. Tech
pkg, Navi. $30,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ISUZU Rodeo 2002
62K Miles original
owner. $9500 OBO
904-542-7363
JEEP Grand Cherokee Ltd
'00 74K mi, exc cond,
loaded, grey w/grey Ithr,
$8500 OBO 912-882-5582
Jeep Grand
Cherokee '98-4x4,
lIthr, alloy wheels,
upgrade everything,
needs bumper, $5000
OBO. Call 287-1905 or
534-0271
ry JEEP
WRANGLER
UNLIMITED '06.
Hard top. Automatic
$21,380
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'06. Fully Eqpt
Low Miles. $49,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Tom Bush Mini
Certified
Pre-Owned
Hand Picked Truck
Liquidation Sale
'02 CHEVY BLAZER
4dr, LS, AT, PW, PL,
tilt/cruise $7488
'05 CHEVY SIL-
VERADO LT Crew
Cab 4x4, Loaded
leather, 30k mi $25,888
'06 CHEVY SIL-
VERADO SS EXT
CAB Vortec max per-
formance pkg, 7k mi
$25,988
106 CHEVY COLO-
RADO EXT CAB LS
AIT, PW, PL tilt/
cruise 3k mi $15,588
'07 CHEVY SIL-
VERADO LS CREW
CAB V8, alloys, PW,
PL tilt/cruise $22,588
'05 DODGE RAM Big
Horn Edition SLT
Quad Cab, loaded, 18k
mi $20,988
'06 DODGE RAM SLT
Reg Cab, V8, A/T full
pwr 8k mi $18,988
'06 DODGE DAKOTA
Quad Cab, Laramie
pkg, loaded, 7k mi
$20,988
'00 FORD F150 EXT
CAB Lariat, low mi,
cared for $11,988
'05 FORD F150 Super-
crew Cab, lariat 27k
mi, super clean $25,988
'06 FORD F150 XL
EXT Cab, A/T. A/C,
only 3k mi. $13,988
'06 GMC DENALI
Crew Cab, AWD Ton-
neau cover, many
xtras, clean $28,988
Family Owned and
Operated Business,
serving you with honor
and integrity for over 37
years. Easy Credit Zone
No Credit, Bad Credit?
No Problem 904-371-4877


GATOR '04. Fully
equipped. $25,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER '04 Clean, nice
ride, loaded$16,900 389-7700
SSATURN OUT-
LOOK XR '07. Only
1000 miles. $31,880
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SSCION xB '06. Only
.15,000 mi. Like new.
$15,760 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA RUNNER SR5
'94 4WD, AT, good cond,
runs great, $4K OBO
904-631-4680 or 904-221-3433
7 TOYOTA
4RUNNER'04
Sunroof, CD
Alloy Wheels. $18,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
/7 TOYOTA FJ
CRUISER '07
Leather, Cd, fully
equipped. $26,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SToyota Tundra '02
V8, Limited Access
Cab, TRD Off Road
(SR5), Ithr, loaded,
immaculate, $13,500
521-8661
Utility Trailer 4x8
Foot, lights, spare-
tire, works well.
Holds a 42" cut law
mower or 4 wheeler.
$300 OBO Call-
904-887-9042



Chevy Conversion
Van '91
\ 175k miles, New
engine, 125k miles,
looks good, runs great,
$2,250 OBO. 272-5050
John
CHRYSLER Voyager Van
'03 Gold, 54kmi, owner,
exc cond, new BFG tires
extended full Chrysler
fact. warr. through 2009.
$9,800. Call 904-476-7078
4 Pontiac Montana
1999, 137,000 miles
runs excellent.
$5,200 OBO, lots of
new parts, fully loaded
phone- 853-6019 or
485-0159.
TOYOTA SIENNA '05
Take over payments.
$325/mo. Call 389-7700



BUICK PARK AVE '95
No eng, body & int great
shape. $500obo 730-2313
FORD AROSTAR '91 Van
As is $1800;
Call 904-378-3056
FORD TAURUS SW '97,
owner, good cond, $2500.
904-221-7732 Iv msg.




6 17" Ford F-150
Wheels & Tires 2006
Model, New conti-
nental brand. Con-
tact James (904)220-5755
or (904)688-4070, $500
OBO.
4 024x10 Devino
Wheels on Kuhmo
Tires-3k miles, mint
condition, asking
$2k OBO. Call 272-3482
Captain Soft
Leather Seats for
1996 to 2001 Ford
Ranger excellent
condition. Asking 160.00
OBO. Home-291-2388 or
Cell-994-4687
SMickey Thompson
ET Street tires,
brand new,
275X60X15. Asking
250.00 OBO. Contact Vic-
tor 90-379-1805


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