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Simulator gives Sailors opportunity to
see what it's like to drive drunk
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Are you using your commissary

Troops to Teachers visits
Kings Bay
Page 8


Vol. 42 Issue 5 THURSDAY, February 1, 2007

CNO: IAs critical to War on Terror

Photos by MC1 Chad McNeeley
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Mullen speaks to Sailors receiving Individual Augmentee
training at Ft. Jackson in Columbia, S.C. When the Sailors complete the two-week training at Ft.
Jackson, they will be deployed to areas of Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and the Horn of Africa.

Big changes in

Navy Housing


By MCSA Dmitry Chepusov
Periscope staff

Wth the Public Private Venture (PPV) implementation
day getting closer, more and more military families are
looking ahead to the changes expected to take place in
Kings Bay housing later this year. Navy officials will announce
the selected partner sometime in February.
The Department of Defense is implementing PPV through-
out the armed services due to a shrinking housing budget cou-
pled with aging housing units and a maintenance backlog. With
Kings Bay housing under the management of a private com-
pany, repairs and renovations will be completed much faster.
The Navy will have on-site housing staff as well as managers to
ensure servicemembers and their families are fully satisfied with
the maintenance and renovations to take place.
According to Bill Pearson, Commander, Navy Installations
Command PPV housing manager, "The private partners provide
not just good bricks and mortar, but good customer service,
going far beyond what we could provide."
The biggest change housing residents will see when priva-
tization occurs at Kings Bay is the signing of a lease agreement
and receiving basic housing allowance (BAH) in their pay-
checks. Because the units will be managed and operated by a
property management company, residents will sign a lease, pay
rent and utilities.
The concept of PPV is simple. Individual rent will be decided
by taking into account the service member's rank, insurance
and utility bills to produce a zero out-of-pocket expense based
on BAH. The rent will be paid directly to the property manager,
who will handle all resident matters, including maintenance.
Residents will continue to go to the Navy's Housing Welcome
Center for housing information, where housing staff will work
closely with the property manager.
"The partners want to succeed and they want to satisfy their
customers," said Pearson. "When our partners succeed, we suc-
ceed. When we succeed our Sailors and families benefit."'
Because a lease is signed for a period of six to 12 months, it
will not be possible to break the lease prior to the expiration
unless the servicemember receives orders to another loca-
tion prior to that date. However the property manager will be
expected to address extraordinary situations on a case-by-case
basis. For example, if a servicemember is going to PCS to a new
location sooner than a six-month lease period, then the lease
expiration date will be adjusted to the PCS date.
At a town hall meeting held last August at Kings Bay, residents
raised concern about possible delays in activating BAH and
making the first rent payment on time. If that happens, resident
will not be responsible for rent until the BAH is activated.
"I am a little cautious, but very optimistic about housing
being privatized'," said PC3 Shawnesey Ohern, who has lived in
housing for the past five months. "I am hopeful it will be carried
out with little inconvenience to the residents. My main concern
is if there is a glitch with the BAH funding, but I believe them
when they say that housing will resolve these issues smoothly."
It is preferable that servicemembers pay rent using electronic
fund transfers, otherwise, the PPV partner may require a refund-
able deposit. This deposit may be used by the PPV partner

See HOUSING, Page 6

Everyone needs a little
direction in life, and mil-
itary spouses at Kings
Bay and other bases around
the world, are no exception.
Fortunately for them, a former
Kings Bay spouse has devel-
oped a mentoring program
called COMPASS to do just
Rosemary Ellis, wife of
retired Rear Admiral Jerry Ellis,
began the COMPASS Program,
then called SUBS, in 1998,
while they were living in Pearl
Harbor, Hawaii. Since then,
COMPASS has been estab-
lished on naval bases world-
wide, ranging from Yokosuka,
Japan, to Kings Bay. The
Ellises were at Kings Bay from
1993 to 1995, when Admiral
Ellis commanded Submarine

From Chief of Naval
Operations Public Affairs
C hiefofNaval Operations
Adm. Mike Mullen
made it clear that IA
deployments will continue,
and that they are critical to
the Navy's efforts in the war
on terror during a recent visit
to observe individual aug-
mentee (IA) training at Camp
McCrady, S.C.
"I see this as a long-term
commitment by the Navy'," he
said. "I'm anxious to pitch in
as much as we possibly can,
for the duration of this war. Not
only can we do our share, but
[we can] take as much stress
off those who are deploying
back-to-back, home one year,
deployed one year and now
are on their third or fourth
The Navy currently has

more than 10,000 Sailors in IA
duty assignments all over the
world. Personnel officials esti-
mate that nearly half the 4,300
Sailors serving in Iraq are
IA's. Mullen said he does not
expect those figures to change
dramatically in the next year
or so.
"Obviously, we can't predict
the future with any certainty,
but I don't see the need for
Navy talent in the IA world
going down any time soon,"'
he said.
The CNO has pushed to
expand the Navy's contri-
bution on the ground in the
Central Command Area
Responsibility, stressing that
the war on terror is a national
fight, not just one for the Army
and Marine Corps. Sailors, he
said, bring unique perspec-
tives and skills to the effort.
But he was also quick to point

out that IA duty can have a
similar effect on Sailors them-
selves, broadening their view-
points and exposing them to
new methods of warfighting.
"We have had thousands
of Sailors go through this [IA
Duty], and I think it's going
to cause the Navy to change
how we look at the world';
said Mullen. "I fundamentally
believe thatyou can'tstay 1,000
miles out at sea and watch the
rest of the world go by."'
Every two weeks about 400
Sailors cycle through Camp
McGrady, where they are
trained in more than 80 Soldier
tasks including convoy opera-
tions, basic rifle marksman-
ship, urban operations, heavy
weapons, land navigation and
first aid.
"We are getting great train

See CNO, Page 6

Base supports

IAs with new

FFSC program

By MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
Periscope staff

individual Augmentee (IA) is quickly becoming a familiar
term with not only Soldiers and Marines, but also with
'. H. tW ISailors. Navy officials estimate there are more than 10,000
Sailors in IA duty assignments all over the world and nearly half
the 4,300 Sailors serving in Iraq are IA's.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Mullen recently stated
IA deployments are a long-term commitment and the con-
ventional wisdom around the fleet these days is not if a Sailor
.deploys, but when.
An IA is temporarily assigned duty to Army or Marine Corps
units, or to a Joint Task Force and will more than likely work
in support positions such base and port operations, medical
services and traditional joint intelligence and staff support.
Assignments can last from six months to a year in some cases.
However, families also face the daunting task of preparing for
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Mullen watches as Army deployment and who to turn to when they need assistance. The
drill sergeants fire weapons at the Battle Simulation Center at Kings Bay Fleet & Family Service Center has a program to ensure
Ft. Jackson. Mullen was visiting Sailors conducting two-week Sailors and their family members are ready.
Individual Augmentee training before they deploy to areas of
Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait or the Horn of Africa. See IA, Page 6

COMPASS mentors new spouses

Program teaches
military spouses

the in and outs

By MCSA Dmitry
Chepusov #-*. -
Periscope staff _,*

Photo by MCSA Dmitry Chepusov
COMPASS class covers the many aspects of military life for spouses. Volunteer Financial
Mentor Dinah Jaehn goes into great detail, explaining how and why spouses should read an
LES statement and the use of the Thrift Savings Plan in her two-hour financial course. One
rule of COMPASS is mentors must be military spouses who have previously graduated from
the course.

Group 10.
Kings Bay COMPASS team
leader, Jordy Morrison stated
the program is about empow-
ering spouses and giving them
the tools they need so both
partners are successful. "If
the spouses are happy, then
chances are the Sailors will be

happy as well."'
The wife of the Navy's top
officer also stressed the impor-
tance of the program during
a visit to Kings Bay Jan. 19.
"The COMPASS program is all
about education and aware-
ness, the passing on of les-
sons learned and shared expe-

riences to those unfamiliar
with the Navy lifestyle'," said
Deborah Mullen. "It's about
new policies and old customs,
high expectations and lower
stress. More critically, it's
about spouses helping other

See COMPASS, Page 6

2 THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, February 1, 2007


Briefly Speaking

Flu Shots
The NBHC Kings Bay Immunizations Clinic will give
out flu shots every Thursday and Friday morning from 8
to 11:30 a.m. to active duty servicemembers, their depen-
dents, retirees, retiree dependents, government employ-
ees, DoD civilians and Tri-care Standard patients. For
more information, call the immunizations clinic at 573-

Sub Ball Tickets Go on Sale
The 107th Enlisted Submarine Birthday Ball will held be
on April 21 at the Jekyll Island Convention Center. Tickets
are $40 each and include a collectable glass at the time
of purchase. Events include a cocktail party beginning
at 5 p.m., a scrumptious dinner followed by dancing in
the beautifully decorated ballroom. Hotel rooms are also
available at a reduced rate. Tickets are on sale now at the
Trident Training Facility. Call STSC Draluck at 573-3342
for details.

Name change for JASS, JCMS
As of Oct. 11, the former system titles of lJASS and JCMS
willbe replacedwith a new title: CMS/Interactive Detailing.
The new Web site,, became available
Oct. 11. For more information on the change, contact your
command career counselor, detailer, or visit the enlisted
assignments page at

Troops to Teachers
The Georgia Troops to Teachers Program provides eli-
gible service members up to $10,000 for becoming public
school teachers. Under the Spouse to Teachers Programs,
eligible military spouses may be reimbursed for the cost of
state required certification tests up to a total of $600.

New mail policy
If you live in the barracks, do not use your building and
room number as your address. Mail is not delivered to
the barracks. Using your command address will speed up
delivery of your mail and prevent delay. If you are assigned
to NSB Kings Bay, please include your work center in your
address. For civilians receiving official/job related mail
through the NSB Kings Bay Mailroom, include your com-
mand and work center in your address.

Official photo no longer required
According to MILPERSMAN article 1070-180, the need
for an official military photograph in an officer's file has
been eliminated, as adherence to physical standards is
noted on fitness reports and technology permits rapid
transmission of officer pictures when needed. This step
should also help modernize record management.

Commissary holiday hours
The NSB Kings Bay Commissary has implemented a
new holiday schedule. The commissary will close on the
Tuesday following Columbus Day, Christmas, New Year's
Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Memorial
Day and Labor Day. The commissary will also close on
Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July, but will remain open
on Veterans Day.

Help NMCRS help others
Now, more than ever, you can help at Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society. Death or serious illness in the imme-
diate family, rent/mortgage, utilities, food, car repair, car
payment, insurance, dental, medical ... you can make
a difference in the life of a fellow NSB Kings Bay family
members! You can provide them with the funds, education
and tools to find solutions to their emergency needs. Call
573-3928 today. Childcare and mileage are reimbursed for

Protect your base identification
Operational Security is the responsibility of all hands.
Controlling access to the base is one of the most important
roles of our security force as they provide a safe and secure
environment for all of us. Control of your issued base
access badge is a critical component of controlling base
access. Do not leave your badge unattended, especially in
your vehicle, the gym locker room, or other places where
it could be stolen.

Have you completed your PHA?
All active-duty personnel require a Preventive Health
Assessment annually. The assessment must be complete
within the past 12 months in order to participate in the
semi-annual command fitness assessment or the reme-
dial fitness program. A PHA consists of a one-on-one
review of your health record and health status with a Naval
Branch Halth Clinic corpsman. This includes updating
your record for deployment. A PHA is not the same as
a medical screening for the CFA, which must be done
separately. PHAs should be scheduled in the same month
as your birthday. Call Military Medicine at 573-8801 to


K I N I S [E A 1 G E l R G I A

NSB Kings Bay Commanding Officer
Capt. Mike McKinnon

NSB Kings Bay Public Affairs Officer
Ed Buczek

Mike England 573-4719

MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
MCSA Kenneth Abbate
MCSR Dmitry Chepusov

Photographer/Photo Lab Manager
MC2(AW) William Tonacchio 573-9623

Simulator gives Sailors taste of reality

By MCSA Dmitry
Periscope staff

Through the holiday
season the Navy had
numerous warnings
and training sessions for ser-
vice members regarding drunk
driving in response to the high
number of DUI related deaths
during the past few years, but
nothing drives it home as well
as a hands-on experience
provided through Edu-tain-
ment, or Education through
Entertainment. The Save-a-
Life Tour paid Kings Bay a visit
to offer military members a
chance to drive in the DUI
simulator set up in the MWR
Sports Complex Jan. 22-23.
"It was six years ago when
I started working for Kramer
Entertainment and Bob
Kramer came to me with an
idea for a drunk driving simu-
lator," said Brian Beldyga, Edu-
tainment Senior Manager.
"We worked together to find
the most effective way to get
the message across of how
alcohol effects reaction time
and causes drunk drivers to
Beldyga spent several
years perfecting his approach
by exploring the psychology
of youths who are prone to
driving while intoxicated. His
team designed the Save-a-Life
Tour to visit high schools and
colleges and has only recently
set its sights on military instal-
Besides having the most
advanced Drunk Driving
Simulator, the Save-a-Life
crew uses props such as a full
sized casket and large graphic
posters and videos detailing
fatal DUI accounts. In addi-
tion, there are several projec-
tion screens with first and third
person views of the ongoing

Photo by MCSA Dmitry Chepusov
Save-a-Life Tour staff member Patrick Ralston debriefs MTSA Andrew Lopez about his wild ride
in the most authentic Drunk Driving Simulator available to date. "I've lost someone close to
a drunk driver," said Ralston. "I'm here to give people the facts about the dangers of driving
even after they have a few drinks."

The simulator itself looks
and feels like a real vehicle,
complete with a seatbelt,
adjustable seat, tilting steering
wheel, headlight switch, igni-
tion key, turn signal, and even
an MP3 player loaded with all
the good driving music one
can wish for.
What makes the simulator
even more realistic is the one
second delay in the steering,
gas and brakes to mimic the
delay in reaction time caused
by alcohol inhibiting brain sig-
nals after an evening of mod-
erate drinking. "We never tell
the driver how many drinks
the simulator had," said Patrick
Ralston, Beldyga's assistant. "If
we were to tell someone they
are simulating driving under

the influence of six beers, that
individual might drink four
beers and think that is okay to
drive. I won't risk driving even
after one drink if there is an
After having one or two
drinks most people will feel
mildly relaxed and maybe a
little lightheaded, but what
they won't be able to notice
is that their reaction time is
slightly impaired. The Drunk
Driving Simulator demon-
strates the dangerous effects
of even mildly latent reaction
times, forcing the driver to
develop tunnel vision in an
attempt to not swerve on the
road. "I've been driving for
three years, but I am not old
enough to drink," said MTSA

Andrew Lopez who is currently
in Missile Technician A-school
at Trident Training Facility.
'After riding in the simulation
today I can guarantee that I
won't be behind the wheel if
I am ever intoxicated. It's just
too easy to lose control, and
the price you will end up pay-
ing is not worth the risk."
The Save-a-life Tour will
likely be back to Kings Bay
next year but they have a long
drive ahead of them, making
stops all across the nation.
According to Beldyga,
Kramer Entertainment already
has two teams and is about to
release a third in their continu-
ing effort to spread the facts
about the dangers of drunk

FFSC offers stress course to servicemembers

By MCSN Kenneth Abbate
Periscope staff

tress has a funny way of popping up in the lives of service-
members and their families. Long hours, deployments
and family separation can take a mental and physical toll,
often times leaving them struggling to find ways to cope. The
staff at the Fleet and Family Support Center has developed a
Stress Management Course designed to give servicemembers
and their families the tools they need to deal with the problems
many of them confront on a daily basis.
"Stress and how you handle it can affect you emotionally and
physically," said Betsey Larcom, the Family Advocacy Victim
Advocate at FFSC on NSB Kings Bay. "The class teaches service-
members as well as civilians what stress is, how it affects their
bodies and how they can become aware of their stress level."
The course defines stress, the symptoms of stress both
physical and conventional, causes of stress, and then discusses
possible ways of lessening of stress. Keeping journals and the
response to stressors is one of the main tools the class uses to
help deal with stress. Aside from keeping journals, the class
helps with time management and teaches students to make a
daily schedule.
The course also teaches several ways to control stress with
breathing exercises, visualizations, exercise and a healthy diet.
Larcom thinks that anybody who is in the military or a family
member with someone in the military can be dealing with a lot
of stress on a regular basis.
"From the time people are in boot camp to the time they arrive
to their new duty station, their life is an up and down roller-

coaster of stress," said Larcom. "We go through and talk about
the stresses in the military like deployment and being a single
parent as well as how to deal with that stress regularly."
When it all comes down to it, there are big differences
between the military lifestyle and civilian lifestyle. "The military
has a lot of different stressors like deployment, relocation, mili-
tary responsibilities as opposed to family responsibilities," said
Larcom. '"Also the fact that we do have awar going on and people
are becoming deployable."
The three to four hour stress class was originally coordinated
with the anger management class and then separated so that the
individual classes could focus on their main concept.
For more information about this class and many other pro-
grams offered, contact FFSC at 573-4222.

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Kings Bay Sailor completes 26.2-mile Disney Marathon

By MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
Periscope staff
T he Walt Disney World resort
in Orlando is known as a place
where "wishes come true." After
six months of training and a lot of hard
work, a Kings Bay Sailor made his wish
come true.
SK2(SS) Donald Allison competed
in the 14th Annual Walt Disney World
Marathon and ran the 26.2 mile course,
which takes runners on a journey through
the four Disney parks, in a time of 4
:23:43 placing him in the upper half of the
11,000-person race.
According to Allison who works as a
logistic support representative at Trident
Refit Facility, pushing his body to the
endurance limit and finishing the race
was his goal for the competition.
"This is something I wanted to see
if I could do and if I had the discipline
to train myself for this kind of endur-
ance," he said. "The training taught me
to not give up and to not quit when things
became difficult."
Allison got the idea of running a
marathon from his former supervisor
SKCM(SW/AW) Sol Costin He studied
various web sites and followed a strict
regimen of building his running endur-

By Lt. Scott Mowery
Naval Personnel Command Public
The Navy's culture of fit-
ness program is intro-
ducing new ways for
Sailors to complete the car-
diovascular portion of the
Physical Readiness Test (PRT).
NAVADMIN 11/07 spells out
the details for commanding
officers use of elliptical train-
ers and stationary bikes as
options to running the PRT.
When commanders approve
the options, Sailors who do
not wish to run are offered
other ways to complete the
cardio standard. Any medical
issues, however, need close
attention. According to the
NAVADMIN, Sailors who are
medically waived from the 1.5
mile run cannot be required to
test using the stationary cycle,
elliptical, swim or treadmill
Sailors and command fit-
ness leaders must ensure any
medical waiver states which
cardio options are cleared.
The elliptical and cycle tests
are both 12-minute fixed-
timed tests with a direct cor-
relation to the 1.5 mile run.
The goal is to burn as many
calories as possible.
Once the user obtains
their caloric output from the
elliptical or stationary bike,
they can input these results
into a calculator located on
the PRT website: www.npc.
PhysicalReadiness/. This cal-
culates a run time that can be
compared to the 1.5 mile run
section of the PRT instruction.
"We are trying to encourage
the culture of fitness concept
by giving Sailors the option
to test like they train. These
new options, when allowed
by the command, give Sailors
the chance to work out on a
regular basis on equipment
they can use to complete the
run portion of the PRT," said
Lt. Cmdr. Lisa Finlayson, the
Navy's program manager for
physiology and fitness.

ance, coupled with the proper nutrition
to train in preparation for the marathon.
Although he was set to train with Costin,
that plan was foiled when his training
partner was sent to Iraq. Allison had
already paid for the entrance fee, so he
trained by himself, Increasing mileage
every day and pushing himself to the
limit. According to Allison, believing in
his abilities kept him continuing to reach
his goal.
"I followed the training regimen and
just kept pushing myself," he said. "It was
a lot of trial and error, but I stuck to the
program and reached my goal of finish-
ing the race in less than four and-a-half
Running a marathon and actually fin-
ishing one is an astonishing feat in itself.
If you asked Allison five years ago if he
could do this, he would have dismissed it
as an impossible feat.
In fact, the second class petty officer did
not even start running on a regular basis
until he joined the Navy. What is more
astonishing is Allison failed the body fat
measurement when he first joined the
military. It was then he decided to make
a lifestyle change.
When Allison was stationed aboard
USS Maine (SSBN-741), he was deter-
mined to lose weight and never fail the
physical readiness test again. When the

Photo by MCC David Rush
Commanders may now authorize the elliptical trainer as an
alternative testing option for the cardio portion of the Physical
Readiness Test's (PRT) 1.5-mile run, beginning with the Spring
2007 physical fitness cycle.

sub departed on a four-month deploy-
ment, Allison drank diet milkshake pow-
der and regular meals and worked out
at the gym, losing 40 pounds when the
boat returned to Kings Bay. As Allison
explained, although this was a drastic
step, it led to him caring about his overall
"I changed my eating habits when I
started training for the marathon. I cut
out all fast food and soda and paid more
attention to eating a healthy diet," he said.
"I still have my weakness, which is prob-
ably breads. I can't even eat fast food
any more since my body is used to eating
Allison's training was a lot different
than others who ran the marathon. Most
of the competitors ran as teams and
Allison trained almost all by himself. At
times it was tough for him to keep on
going, but he received the motivation
from his family to keep on going to make
his dream come true.
"There were some days I didn't want
to run at all. My wife would kick me out
of the house and tell me to run, because I
usually felt better after a run;'," he said.
"My whole family wants to run a mara-
thon, I think I have motivated them, they
want to wear that medal around their
neck, which was a proud moment for

Here today .

Here today...

Photo courtesy of SK2(SS) Donald Allison
SK2(SS) Donald Allison completed the 26.2-mile Disney
Marathon in 4:23:43, placing him in the upper half of the
11,000-person race.

. .'

But what about tomorrow? White hundreds of
millions of Amnricans are enjoying the wonders of our
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Mike England

Kings Bay Commissary meat cutter Toran Fordham ensures that the store is stocked with top-
quality meat.

David "Doc" Garrett stocks the produce department with fresh lettuce. The produce depart-
ment went through a distribution change several months ago. The new company is able to
provide much-higher quality produce at a lower prices for increased savings for customers.

Rebecca Ross, a vendor stocker, stocks the Kings Bay Commissary's freezer with chicken.
Commissaries are required by law to sell items at prices set only high enough to recover item
cost, with no profit or overhead factored into item price

Commissary support
clerk Leonora Mills
performs a price
check when the traf-
fic at the commis-
sary is relatively low.
Shoppers save an
average of 30 per-
cent or more on their
purchases compared
to commercial pric-
es savings worth
about $2,700 annu-
ally for a family of
four. A core military
family support ele-
ment, and a valued
part of military pay
and benefits, com-
missaries contribute
to family readiness,
enhance the quality
of life for America's
military and their

THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, February 1, 2007 5

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Commissary baker Michelle Price prepares pastries for the Bakery. The Kings Bay Commissary
maintains a full service Deli/Bakery. Items available include, subs, chef salads, assorted party
trays, special occasion cakes and a wide variety of meats, cheeses, pastries, and breads.

.. ......... ...

Deli Shift Leader Jeanita Vinning prepares a meat order for a customer. The commissary's deli
7` has large quantities of different cheeses, hams and baked goods available for its customers.

(Above) Commissary Baker Tammy Pilgril hands customer Bill
Brooks his purchase. Kings Bay Commissary Manager Steve
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Young thinks that customer service, not just low prices, is .
one of the reasons people choose to shop at the Commissary.
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Swhen it comes to customer service," Young said. "They con-

tinue to impress me every day."
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purchase. Commissary shoppers looking for a diffnager Sent kind ofeve
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at the Virmanufacturer'al Commissary." Located under totalhe "Shopping"r
link at, Virtual Commissary opens up
a whole new world of Internet shopping for authorized users "
of the commissary benefit. Virtual Commissary customers can q I
make selections and fill in their payment and shipping infor-_ _
mation in one easy and secure step before being transferred ':..
to the manufacturer's site, where they can get total cost for ":.!'-g---'
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'- .However, there are other benefits that shouldn't be over-
.looked. The Scholarships for Military Children Program was
...... ... created to recognize the contributions of military families to
the readiness of the fighting force and to celebrate the role of
., the commissary in the military family community. The $1,500
I: scholarships are available for children of military active-duty,
retired, and Guard and Reserve servicemembers. Most of the
Commissary Bagger Thelma Gray bags groceries for a customer. Kings Bay Commissary baggers work only for tips, but will funds are donated by manufacturers, brokers and suppliers
gladly assist you free of charge. selling groceries in commissaries, and every dollar donated to
the program by industry or the general public goes to fund the

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Photo by MCSA Dmitry Chepusov
Darla Lane spends time at a Navy Housing playground with her daughter while her husband
is working on the USS Florida (SSGN 728) (Gold). "I think it's fine that the housing is getting
privatized," said Lane. "We are satisfied with our unit now, and I don't see any reason why we
won't be satisfied once it's privately managed."

HOUSING: If BAH goes up,

so will servicemember's rent

Continued from Page 1

against damages incurred to the unit if those
damages go beyond normal wear and tear.
A good rule-of-thumb to remember is rent is
directly tied into the rate of the BAH received.
This means if BAH goes up, so does the rent. A
master chief will have to pay more rent than a
second class petty officer even though they may
live in identical units. Other than that, it will be
very much like renting an apartment off base.
Another concern voiced by residents at the
August meeting was the possibility of non-
military families having the option to move
into unoccupied units. The likelihood exists,
but chances are slim it will happen since non-
military families are on the bottom of the prior-
ity list when up against active duty bachelors,

reserve bachelors and even military retirees. If
it does happen, prevailing local rates will apply
and these renters will only be provided a 12-
month lease.
The selection of a private partner is still
underway, but residents can expect a partner
to take over property management by Sept. 30.
Once the partner is chosen, the new manage-
ment team will call for a resident town hall
meeting to introduce themselves. The meet-
ing will be a perfect opportunity to learn more
about the PPV implementation as well as to ask
questions. To learn more about the process,
residents can pick up an extensive frequent-
ly asked questions handout at the Housing
Welcome Center. Residents may also contact
the housing office at 573-3949 with additional


Topics covered include

Navy mission,



Continued from Page 1

spouses cope with life and ser-
vice in our great Navy today,"
she added. "Mrs. Mullen is
very strong on the Navy fam-
ily, and she feels this program
is one of the most beneficial
the Navy has to help bridge
the gap between spouses and
Navy life," stated Morrison.
COMPASS is a 12-hour pro-
gram taught in three, four-
hour sessions. The topics
covered are the Navy mission,
history, organization, customs
and traditions, rights and ben-
efits, deployment, pay, mov-
ing, interpersonal communi-
cation, and investing in self
and community.
COMPASS mentors are
Navy spouses who have gone
through the program, addi-
tional mentor training and
then volunteer to help other
spouses acclimate to the Navy

"Even if a spouse has been
in the Navy community for
over twenty years, I can guar-
antee (they) will learn some-
thing; it will be an eye opening
experience;' stated Morrison.
"My husband is a senior chief
who has spent over 18 years
on active duty, and I still learn
something new at every ses-
One of the beneficial aspects
of COMPASS is a requirement
of having the mentors provide
information that is specific
to Kings Bay. "Each spouse is
required to know two sections
of our book, so we will send
them out to find the latest
information on their topics;'
Morrison said. "COMPASS is
the best kept secret to Navy
wives," said Lt. Cmdr. Kathleen
Ramsey, a Kings Bay Chaplain
who frequently mentors
spouses in the program. "It is

an awesome program, which
builds the confidence of our
spouses and allows them to
navigate in this community,
where otherwise they may feel

alienated and uncomfortable."
There is no denying
COMPASS provides spous-
es with vital information
and knowledge sometimes

Photo by MCSA Dmitry Chepusov
taken for granted by the ser-
vice member. The program
is free to Navy spouses, and
also offers free babysitting for
those who have children. For

In the best of Navy traditions,
COMPASS graduates gath-
er around a cake, with the
youngest and eldest spouses
cutting the first slice in the
COMPASS classroom at the
Kings Bay Chapel. Eleven
spouses graduated from this
year's first COMPASS class.
Having come with curiosity
and gone with greater aware-
ness and confidence, these
spouses are now educated in
many things Navy, and have
a better understanding of the
benefits available at Kings Bay
and surrounding areas.

schedule flexibility COMPASS
is held during the day and
during the evenings, depend-
ing on the season. The next
session starts March 13 at the
Kings Bay Chapel. For more
information and registration
call 573-4501.

4IA: New Program provides support to augmentees'families

Continued from Page 1
Unlike unit deployments, where an
existing network assists families and
Sailors with briefs and workshops, the
IA program is still in its infancy and the
network is still growing. According to
the Kings Bay IA Program Manager Joe
Shingleton, getting the information about
IA duty out to the Sailor is the main goal
in making this a successful program.
"IA duty is a new animal to the Navy
and more Sailors are learning about it,
but many still don't know what it is," he
said. "Sailors are not used to deploying
by themselves. Most are used to going on
assignment with the whole command."
The new IA program at FFSC introduces
families who are going through trough the same
process to each other and also provides
Ombudsman support when the Sailor is
"The parent command is still responsi-
ble to make sure you have prepared your
family for your time away," said Kings Bay
Command Master Chief (SW/SS) Joseph
Kunz. "Sometimes when you don't see
someone on an everyday basis, you tend
to forget about them. This program will
make sure and keep updates on what is

happening with the family and to give
them some peace of mind when the mili-
tary member is away."
The program is unique in which
Shingleton will conduct a one-on-one
conference with the Sailor and family
to fill out paper work and ensure family
issues are taken care of prior to deploy-
ment. The Kings Bay IA program will
keep families updated and answer any
questions or problems that might arise.
According to Shingleton, the program
provides two-way communication to the
"There are some family members who
may feel alone, but find out there are
others in the same position," he said.
"This program is about developing a fam-
ily support group for Sailors and families
who are on IA orders."
During a visit to Camp McCrady, SC,
where around 400 IAs go through pre-
deployment training every two weeks, the
CNO expressed his gratitude for the sac-
rifices being made by their families. He
said support for those families remains a
top priority.
"In direct guidance from me, I have
asked commands to have a support

mechanism to ensure that families are
supported;'," he said. "We want to make
sure that we are doing as much as we can
to support you."
According to Sonia Smith, director of
Kings Bay FFSC, the center's goal is to
guarantee families have a place to go if
issues arise. "We have specialized pro-
grams to help families and we're here to
lend support, because that is our job."'
Improvements in the IA program have
been ongoing and a recent change was
the increased notification time for Sailors
ordered to IA billets from under 30 days to
a high of 80 days. This period allows more
time for the Sailor and family to prepare
for deployment.
Additional incentives include flexible
advancement exams and award points
towards advancement. The Navy will also
pay for families of Sailors deployed on
IA duty to move from their area of per-
manent duty station to an area of greater
family support during the deployment.
These initiatives are designed to ease the
burden of the family and Sailor during the
For more information about the IA pro-
gram, contact Joe Shingleton at 573-4511

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ing here," said Lt. Robb Knapp, who will work with the Iraqi
Assistance Group. "I feel fully prepared for when I deploy and
any combat situation I may encounter."
The Navy's top leader described the positive attitude of IA
Sailors he recently visited in Iraq and Afghanistan, saying they
felt proud to be serving and knew they were making a differ-
ence. He also pointed out ways the Navy is trying to improve
the entire IA assignment process.
The recently established Task Force Individual
Augmentation, for example, has increased notification time
for Sailors ordered to IA billets from under 30 days to a high
of 80 days in December 2006. The notification window begins
when a Sailor receives written orders of IA duty, and ends
when that Sailor leaves the area of permanent duty station.
The Navy also announced late last year a series of new IA
incentives. These initiatives include flexible advancement
exams and award points towards advancement. The Navy will
also pay for families of Sailors deployed on IA duty to move
from their area of permanent duty station to an area of greater
family support during the deployment. These initiatives are
designed to ease the burden of the family and Sailor during
the separation.
"This is very vital work our IA's are doing at an incredibly
critical time in our nation's history, and I am committed to
making sure the Navy gets it right when it comes to recogniz-
ing that fact," said Mullen. For all this success, the CNO noted
that there still exists some tension between the Navy, which
wants to send its best people forward, and unit commanding
officers, who desire to keep talent close at hand.
"They don't like to give up their best people. I understand
that. I've been a C.O," he said. "But they need to know that the
decision to support the IA commitment is coming right from
me. It's that important, and I need their support. This has to
be a team effort"
The CNO thanked the Sailors for their service as IA's and
also expressed his gratitude for the sacrifices being made by
their families. He said support for those families remains a
top priority.
"In direct guidance from me, I have asked commands to
have a support mechanism to ensure that families are sup-
ported," he said. "We want to make sure that we are doing as
much as we can to support you."

THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, February 1, 2007 7

On The Home Front

Can you divorce-proof your Navy marriage?

Beth Wiruth
Periscope contributor

A sNavyspouseswe know
a military marriage has
challenges our civilian
counterparts do not face. We
know the divorce rate is high,
roughly 70 percent among
enlisted and just under 60 per-
cent for officers. But that does
not mean our marriages are
doomed? This week is the first
of a three-week exploration of
successful military marriages
and what we can learn from
First, for our younger cou-
ples, Hollywood does us a
huge disservice. The wedding
ceremony is not the crown
of marriage, nor is divorce a
medal of honor. The best mar-
riages become great marriag-

es through dedication, com-
munication and hard work.
A great marriage doesn't just
happen. We BUILD it.
I had the privilege of know-
ing all-star football great Tim
Johnson (Pittsburgh Steelers
and Washington Redskins). His
children were my piano stu-
dents and his wife a dear friend.
I saw firsthand the work it took
to be a professional athlete.
We see the "end product" on
Monday Night Football. What
we do not see is the hours and
hours of weight lifting, running
drill after drill, reviewing game
films, diet control and more.
Yes, Tim had natural talent;
but he will be the first to tell
you that talent alone did not
make him an all-star. It was the
years of unsung, non-glamor-
ous, sweaty hard work.

We often walk into marriage
believing we are so much in
love that we'll weather any
storm. That starry-eyed love
is analogous to Johnson's "tal-
ent" Just as Tim's talent alone
would not build his great
career so love alone can-
not build a great marriage.
We have to build and exercise
attributes that will keep that
love burning for a lifetime.
My mentor, Jeanne, is a
woman whose husband's
naval career spans 34 years.
She has the perspective of an
enlisted wife as well as an offi-
cer's wife... and she was at his
side all 34 years. She gave me
three points to consider and
implement to guard my mar-
riage. "Don't hope your mar-
riage will survive and thrive,
DECIDE that it will." In mak-

ing this first decision, all other
decisions will be determined.
Second, put your spouse
above all others. Jeanne told
me she had a decision to make
when the kids, her career, her
personal interests and vol-
unteer involvement began
to compete for her time and
attention. Slowly but steadi-
ly she realized her heart was
turning from her deep love for
her husband. She realized that
if her marriage was to be fulfill-
ing and successful she would
have to keep her husband as
number one.
Does this sound like an
archaic idea? Old-fashioned?
Perhaps it is. But all the suc-
cessful, fulfilling marriages I
know have this principle in
common. All decisions are
based on what will preserve

a healthy marriage. Let me
ask you a question? Who is
going to be there for you in
your old age? Your job? Your
girlfriends?'s that one
with whom you have invested
your time, devotion and love.
By the way, as Jeanne put
her husband number one an
amazing thing happened.
Her husband started putting
HER first in his life. Sweet! She
said she is now treated like
a Queen. I don't know about
you but I can live with that.
Jeanne's final piece of advice
was concerning deployment.
"Beth, practice Scott's pres-
ence. Don't put away his
things from the bathroom or
Place his pictures every-
where. Do nothing in his
absence that you would not

Beth Wiruth
Periscope contributor

do in his presence."
Next week we'll look at tips
to keep that spark alive and
protect your marriage.
Do you have a question or
comment for Beth? Contact her
at beth.wiruth@homefrontin-

Local View

Cultural heritage performance provides unique experience

By Paul Kraack
Periscope contributor

Surely, there must be 100
people...50?...30? Family
members that want to
share a unique experience
together, with their children
(or without)? Couples who
want to find another way to
spend quality time together
and make new friends? Seniors
that need spend an evening
out of the house to regain or
maintain sanity?
Just plain folks that want
to own a part of something
special in their lives? Camden
County community mem-
bers that are interested in
our history, our cultural past,

and how that past makes our
region unique?
Surely, there must be some
folks that know a worthwhile
community service when
it comes around. And, there
must be some friends that
want to create a newbond with
each other and new memories
to share.
Maybe most importantly
of all, could there be some
people of character that see a
way to share their culture and
community with other people
that are not exactly like them,
so that both parties can under-
stand and appreciate each
other better as people and as
a part of groups?
Last Saturday, some first
steps were taken by some

of these people at the initial
Crooked Rivers "participation
gatherings," as the Crooked
Rivers Council prepares its
second annual cultural heri-
tage performance "Crooked
Rivers: Fightin,' Faith, and
There will be more oppor-
tunities for people to gain
information and be a part
of this remarkable endeavor
on Saturday (Feb. 10) at the
CCHS Auditorium from 9 a.m.
to noon and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Potential cast members of all
ages are needed for this show
about Camden County's his-
torical and social roots.
This year's show will fea-
ture stories and songs about
the deep underpinnings that

have bound folks together and
also caused deep divisions
- fighting faith, and family.
Interested members will get
to know other cast members,
hear some of the show's music
and find out how the show's
preparation process works.
Even if you don't see your-
self on stage, you can also vol-
unteer to help with sets, cos-
tumes, lights and sound. Take
a chance and create a special
moment for you, a friend, or
with your family members at
the Crooked Rivers "participa-
tion gathering" next week on
Saturday (Feb. 10) at the CCHS
Another upcoming local
show that you won't want
to miss is the CCHS Drama

Department's production of
"Wheels on the Bus," a retell-
ing of events surrounding the
1955 Montgomery bus boycott
and its aftermath. On Tuesday
(Feb. 6) and Thursday (Feb.
8) at 7 p.m., theatergoers can
see and hear a dramatic recap
and watch as actors bring us
the unique figures that made
The script for "Wheels on
the Bus," which is a project
of the students in the CCHS
Advanced Drama class, has
been restructured and brought
to life with more dialogue and
scenes than conceived by the
The show also has a num-
ber of interactive, multimedia
moments that are stirring in

\ -

Paul Kraack
Periscope contributor

their content and interpreta-
If you have ideas or events
you want me to share with
readers, send me a note at

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MC2(AW/NAC) Will Tonacchio
Periscope staff

A few years ago there was a public ser-
vice campaign Serving America Twice which
extolled services members to volunteer within
their community and reminding them they
were already volunteers by virtue of military
During that same period a nationwide recruit-
ing campaign for teachers was also launched
extolling the virtues of being proud to serve
Troops to Teachers, originally established as
a Department of Defense program in 1994 to
encourage service members to become teach-
ers is now a joint effort by both DoD and
Department of Education.
The survival of the program wasn't always
guaranteed, until President George W. Bush
signed the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001
which included funding for the program to
relieve teacher shortages, especially in math,
science, special education and other critical
subject areas.
The Troops to Teachers program assists eligi-
ble military and now spouses in transitioning to
a new career as a public school teacher by pro-
viding a network to provide participants with
counseling and assistance in requirements,

Teachers: Serving America twice

routes to state certification, and employment
"I was glad I started looking into the program
with five years left until I retire," said CSC(SS)
David Hall, NSB Kings Bay's Barracks Complex
"I can use my Tuition Assistance from the
Navy to pay for the classes I need to get my
teacher's certification'"
The program recruits quality teachers for
charter schools and low income areas across
the nation and provides bonuses up to $10,000
depending on the location of the school.
It also provides financial assistance through
stipends to help defray the cost of certification.
In Georgia, eligible recruits can also apply for
the HOPE scholarship to offset costs in obtain-
ing a bachelor's degree in teaching.
The Spouse to Teacher program works a bit
differently. With STT, the program provides
support to spouses of active duty military and
selected reservists in their pursuit of becoming
a teacher.
Limited funding is available to eligible spous-
es to offset the cost of examinations required
for a state teacher license and certification.
Maximum available financial assistance is $600
under this program.
"I believe the Spouse to Teacher program
is an excellent program," said Sherri Price a





Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Will Tonacchio
The Program Manager for the Georgia Troops to Teachers Bill Kirkland, explains the benefits
of the TTT program to local military at the Navy Collage here on base. "With our program, we
make it easy to find the right path for you to get to your teachers certificate," said Kirkland.

Kings Bay Navy spouse. "The program is a great
launch pad for people who want to get their
teaching certification."

To register or to obtain additional infor-
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Strictly Abs 0630 0700
Yoga 0830 0930
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New hours for Etowah Park
Etowah Park is now open daily from 6 a.m. to sunset.
The gate is now closed and locked each evening. MWR
will continue to issue keys for camping and groups, and
security will continue to patrol the area.

An organization called Veterans Affairs Services is pro-
viding benefit and general information on the Department
of Veterans Affairs and gathering personal information on
veterans. This organization is not affiliated with the VA in
any way.

Housing waiting list now on net
Service members can now find out their position on the
waiting list for Navy Family Housing via the Internet. Visit to see your status.

Fitness Center can help you meet goals
Do you want to improve your lifestyle and reach new
fitness goals? The Fitness Complex can help. One-stop
service is available through a partnership with the MWR
Fitness Complex staff and the Naval Ambulatory Care
Center Health Promotions Department, both of which are
housed at the Fitness Complex. Are you aware that MWR
fitness trainers are certified master trainers, and that all
MWR group exercise instructors are certified by nationally
recognized agencies? For fitness training information, call
573-8972 or 573-2485. The Health Promotions staff can
provide assistance with smoking cessation, stress manage-
ment, dietary guidance from a registered dietician, and
other health-care issues, as well as the "Ship Shape" pro-
gram. For information, call 573-4237.

Relief society offers uniforms
Are you aware that the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
has a uniform locker? If you need uniform items, visit the
Fleet and Family Support Center and see if we have what
you need. For more information, call NMCRS at 573-3928.

NEX Gas Island
The NEX Gas Island now accepts Voyager Cards at the
pumps. We apologize for any inconvenience. Should you
experience any problems when using your card at the
pumps please notify Debbie Munoz at 573-8510.

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Grass Roots Arts Funds to Support Work
of Woodbine Woman's Club
The Woodbine Woman's Club has been awarded funds though
the Grass Roots Arts Program for two projects in 2007. The club
will host Dr. Oded Borowski, professor in the Middle Eastern
Studies Department at Emory University in Atlanta Feb. 10.
Borowski will give a lecture at King of Peace Episcopal Church,
6230 Laurel Island Parkway, Kingsland at 5 p.m. His talk will focus
on "The Art of Living in Biblical Times" and will share information
from his archeological digs in Israel and research from his exten-
sive teaching and writing career. The Reverend Frank Logue has
generously offered the use of King of Peace for this county-wide
public presentation. A reception will follow with time to meet Dr.
Borowski. For more information, call 510-8958.
A second conservation and arts project is currently underway
in Woodbine to establish the town as a bird sanctuary. The
Woodbine Woman's Club is partnering with the City of Woodbine,
Gateway Camden Industries, Camden County High School Skills
USA, and the Lion's Club to build and place bluebird nesting
boxes establishing trails throughout neighborhoods around the
city and from Liza Rudolph Road north along the old rail bed
onto the River Walk. The path from the city one mile south to Liza
Rudolph Road is significant historically as Woodbine's African-
American school children walked the rail track to the school
house at Gethsemane Church Association grounds. Currently in
great need of stabilization and rehabilitation, this school is still
standing and could be saved by citizens organizing to recover this
historic building. For more information, call 576-6991.

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 10-10
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 10-10 teach a boating
and seamanship class every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to
9 p.m. All classes will be held at the Georgia Marine Extension

Building, 715 Bay Street in Brunswick. This course is designed
for all new boat owners or those who are thinking about buying
a boat. It is also a prerequisite for the basic coastal navigation
course. Please register early, as this class will be limited to 30
students. For more information, call Al Dixon at 638-3979.

Kingsland Lions Club
The Kingsland Lions Club meets on the second and fourth
Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at 112 West Williams Street
across from the Municipal Building in downtown Kingsland.
The Lions Club is a group of men and women who identify needs
within the community and work together to fulfill those needs.
For more information or to get involved with the Kingsland
Lions Club, please contact Club Vice President Jim McCain at
673-1300 or email him at Web site
address if appropriate).

The Naval Submarine League
The Naval Submarine League is an organization that allows
submarine advocates in all walks of life to demonstrate their
strong and continuous support of the goals and issues confront-
ing the United States Submarine Force. The aim of the league is to
represent the greater submarine community of builders, design-
ers, support people, operators, and that portion of the public who
give their support and encouragement.
The local Chapter of the Naval Submarine League, the Atlantic
Southeast Chapter, supports the Dolphin Scholarship Fund, the
Camden County High School NJROTC program, and the annual
SubVets of WW II Memorial event every November. The Chapter
normally meets quarterly, at the Clubs of Kings Bay, Naval
Submarine Base, Kings Bay. The next meeting will be held at 11:30
a.m. on Feb. 13 at the Goat Locker. The program for this meet-
ing will include remarks by the commanding officer of Trident
Training Facility, Capt. Kevin Zumbar. The cost is five dollars.

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The NSB Kings Bay Security Investigation Division is looking for any information I
concerning these incidents that took place on Kings Bay. Any information forwarded
to security will be kept confidential. Any information used to recover any missing
or stolen property or information leading to an arrest will be awarded with time off.
Remember, when something is stolen, they're stealing from you. One way or the
other, you could be the next victim.
1. On Dec. 8, Missing cellphone and charger, NSB Kings Bay Barracks, (06-
2. On Jan. 9, Missing Canon Image Stabilizer Binoculars, NSB Kings Bay
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The meetings are open to everyone, military and civilian, subma-
riners and non-submariners. For additional information call Bill
Weisensee at 729-2939, or e-mail at

Steak Out
The Camden-Kings Bay Area Chamber of Commerce is again
hosting their Annual Steak Out Friday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at
the Heritage Bank Community Center, St. Marys. This event is a
way for everyone to have fun and socialize in a relaxed and very
casual atmosphere. Tickets are on sale at the Chamber Office or
through a Board Member. Cost for numbered tickets are $35 and
only 100 will be sold and guest tickets for dinner only are $20.
The numbered tickets make you eligible for all prize drawings
during the evening to include: Dinner for free, $100, $1000, or
other nice gifts.
Anyone interested in providing a gift for one table to be used
as a center piece (door prize) and a promotional item for each
guest sitting at that table, please contact Chris or Jennifer at the
chamber. The tables seat 8 and we plan on 16-18 tables. (Any
promotional gift is acceptable whether it is a pen, koozie, cap,
tablet, apron, umbrella, bag, coffee mug, etc).

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Who's eligible for FFSC
Fleet and Family Support
Center counseling services are
available for active duty service
members, their spouses and
legal dependents; reservists
on extended active duty train-
ing and their legal dependents;
spouses and legal dependents
of prisoners of war or missing
in action personnel; and retir-
ees, their spouses and legal
dependents. To register for
counseling, call 573-4511.

Classes on site
The Fleetand FamilySupport
Center will now take its regular
workshops on the road if a unit
can furnish a conference room
or classroom and guarantee a
minimum of five participants.
Additionally, our personnel
will tailor presentations to
cover a unit's General Military
Training requirements when
those requirements deal with
human resources and social
issues. Our counselors can
also create a presentation in
response to a unit's area of
special concerns. Personnel
are available to participate
within areas of expertise in
the indoctrination of newly
assigned personnel and family
members of active duty per-

Anger Management
Anger is often a smoke
screen for other emotions and
not an effective method for
getting what you want. This
workshop is slated for Feb. 28
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
This workshop can help you
focus on identifying the feel-
ings anger hides and explore
behaviors helpful in resolving
primary issues. Pre-registra-
tion is required. Call 573-4222
for details.

Stress Management
Events, schedules, daily
pressure and many other items
can cause undo stress in your
life. Stress may or may not be
good for your health depend-
ing on how you manage that
stress. This workshop is slated
for Feb. 28 from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Pre-registration is required.
Call 573-4222 for details.

ASIST Training
ASIST (Applied Suicide

Intervention Skills Training) is
a suicide intervention work-
shop focused on helping indi-
viduals become ready, willing
and able to intervene with
a person at risk of suicide.
Geared towards all popula-
tions-military (all levels), civil-
ian, contractors. Registration
is required. The workshop is
scheduled for Feb. 12-13 from
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more
information, call 573-4222.

Pre-Marital Workshop
The Fleet & Family Support
Center is offering a workshop
for pre-marital counseling for
couples that are contemplat-
ing marriage. The workshop
is designed to address couples
interested in enriching their
future through improved com-
munication, problem-solving
skills, financial planning and
realistic expectations of mar-
riage. The class is designed
to meet all clinical counseling
requirements. The Workshop
is scheduled for Feb. 7 from
1 to 4 p.m. Registration is
required and childcare is not
available. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4222.

The Fleet & Family Support
Center Parenting course
is based on the Systematic
Training for Effective Parenting
(STEP) curriculum that has
proven helpful to over two
million parents nationwide.
This 4-week class is held on
Monday from 9 to 11 a.m.
and is scheduled to begin Feb.
5, 12 and 26. Registration is
required and a minimum of
5 participants is needed. For
more information, call 573-

Couple's Communication
The characteristics, which
attract us to one another often,
become a focus of conflict
in marriage. This Couple's
Communication Workshop
focuses on learning to listen to
one another in a new way so
differences can be understood
and appreciated. Registration
is required for the classes
scheduled for Feb. 21 from 1
to 4:30 p.m. Call 573-4222 for

Women's Support Group
The Fleet & Family Support
Center is offering a support

group for women who have
been in, are in, or are leav-
ing troubled relationships.
The support group focuses
on abusive behaviors, healthy
boundaries, self-worth and
self-esteem. Group is an open
group you can join at any time
but you must make an appoint-
ment with Betsey for an indi-
vidual orientation at 573-2383.
The Workshop is scheduled
for Feb. 6, 13, 20 and 27 from
2 to 3:30 p.m. Registration is
required and childcare is not
available. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4222.

New Parents Support
A New Mom's and Dad's
Support Group will meet every
other Tuesday at the Fleet
and Family Support Center
throughout the month. This
workshop is scheduled for
Feb. 6 & 20 from 10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. This workshop is an
opportunity to share experi-
ences, meet and gain support
from others, and exchange
new ideas. To register, call 573-

Expectant Family
Expectant Families can
receive training on second
Wednesday of each month 9
a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to ease the
adjustment to a newborn baby.
Community speakers from
WIC and Medicaid as well as
a Labor and Delivery Room
Nurse, will answer questions
from expectant parents. To
obtain more information or to
register for the 14 Feb. class,
call 573-4893.

Ombudsman Basic Training
Therewillb e an Ombudsman
Basic Training course for pro-
spective Ombudsman, new
Ombudsman and Command
Support Spouses at Fleet and
Family Support Center Bldg
1051. This class will be held
Feb. 5 8 from 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion and to register contact,
Debbie Lucas at 573-4513.

Ombudsman Assembly
The Ombudsman Assembly
Meeting will be held for all
and COB's at the Kings Bay

Community Center on Feb. 15
at 6:00 p.m. For more infor-
mation, contact Debbie Lucas
at 573-4513.

Home Buying
A home is one of the most
complicated and costly pur-
chases you'll ever make.
Getting the best deal at the
time of purchase can reduce
"life-of-the loan" costs by
thousands of dollars. This class
will help buyers understand
the many factors of this impor-
tant purchase. This training is
scheduled on Feb. 15 from 2 to
4 p.m. Registration is recom-
mended. For more informa-
tion, call 573-9800.

Command Financial
Specialist Training
A five-day training course
will be offered for prospective
CFS's. All CFS must be nomi-
nated by their Command.
Registration is open to per-
sonnel E-6 and above who are
financially stable, with at least
one year left before PRD from
their Commands. This train-
ing is scheduled on Feb. 26
- March 2 from 8 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Registration is required.
For more information, call

Transition Assistance
TAP is a seminar for those
separating; retiring or con-
templating leaving the mili-
tary that provides informa-
tion on benefits, job search
skills, employment resources,
resume writing, interviewing,
and other related transition
skills. Spouses are encouraged
to attend! The seminars are 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. scheduled for
Feb. 12-15 (Separation). Must
be registered by Command
Career Counselor. For more
information, call 573-4513.

Smooth Move Workshop
Smooth Move Workshops
are designed to help person-
nel with military relocations
and transfers. Areas covered
include transportation, travel
pay, allowances, and important
forms and documents, housing
referral office and relocation
services. All service members
and their spouses are encour-
aged to attend six months
before their transfer date. Due

to limited seating, please do
not bring children. The work-
shop will be held on Feb. 13
from 2 to 3:30 p.m. For more
information, call 573-4513.

Job Search Workshop
A job search workshop will
be held on Feb. 15 from 1 to 3
p.m. and Feb. 27 from 9 to 11
a.m. The Spouse Employment
Program gives assistance,
information and referrals
on employment and educa-
tion resource opportunities.
Services are available to fam-
ily members of military per-
sonnel, retiring and separat-
ing military, and family mem-
bers of relocating civil service
personnel. Appointments are
required. Call 573-4513 to reg-

Resume Writing
This class explores resume
writing for today's job mar-
ket. Resume "stuff'; including
skills, experience, education
and values as well as sim-
ple, effective and easy to use
resume formats that get job
interviews. Part time, full time
or permanent positions mat-
ters not...this workshop is for
you. This program will assist
the job seeker in completing
a product that will "get them
in the door" The workshop
is scheduled at the Fleet and
Family Support Center on Feb.
20 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Registration is highly recom-
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mended, as class is limited to
20 seats. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4513.

Have you looked at your-
self closely lately...what you
want from work and life, what
compromises are you willing
to make for what you want,
what is important to you per-
sonally in terms of personal
and work values? This class
will teach you self-knowledge
and the use of that knowl-
edge for enhancement of your
work and life. The workshop
is scheduled at the Fleet and
Family Support Center on Feb.
27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Registration is highly recom-
mended, as class is limited to
20 seats. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4513.

Department of Veterans
Affairs Visit
Ms. Sandra Charles, the
Department ofVeterans Affairs
Representative for Kings Bay,
is in the office two to three
days a week. Appointments
are required. Service members
wishing to participate in the
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Wild Adventure passes
Discover America's fastest
growing theme park. Grab sea-
son passes and enjoy it all year
long. Season passes are only
$59 per person and are good
for Wild Adventures, Cypress
Gardens and includes your
parking passes. Regular dis-
count tickets are also available
at ITT for only $31.95 per adult
and children 3 years and older.
Second day is free. Parking is
$22 through ITT and $25 at the
gate. So stop by ITT and get
some today. Call ITT at 573-
2289 for more information.

Youth Sports needs offi-
Officials are needed for
the upcoming Youth Sports
Baseball and Soccer season.
Games run April and May. If


you are 14 years or older, inter-
ested in earning a little extra
money, certified or uncerti-
flied; we do all the training and
if you are looking to make a
difference in a child's life then
here's your chance. Call the
Youth Sports program today
at 573-8202 for more informa-

Pepsi 400 tickets
Attention all race fans. Pepsi
400 tickets are going on sale
Feb. 16 at 9 a.m. sharp at the
ITT office. Tickets will be $82
per ticket. Maximum tickets
per person are four. The seats
are located in the Oldfield sec-
tion, off of turn four at the
Daytona Speedway. Tickets
will be available for pick up
in June. Race day is July 7 in
Daytona. Call ITT for more
information at 573-2289.

Trident Lakes golf prices
Tridents Lakes has adjusted
their playing rates. Now is a
great time to stop by and pick
up a membership card with
the old rates cost or punch
cards. Call Trident Lakes for
a tee time and check out the
beautiful greens at 573-8475.

Harlem Ambassadors
MWR has invited Lade Majic
and the Harlem Ambassadors
back to Kings Bay on Friday,
Feb. 8 at the Fitness Complex.
If you have never seen them,
then you are in for an exciting
event for the whole family. The
fun and excitement begins at 7
p.m. with the doors opening
at 6 p.m. The cost is only $5
for adults, $2.50 for children.
Tickets may be purchased at
ITT. For more information,
call 573-2289.

Free Theme Park Tickets
Anheuser-Busch is honoring
the military and their families
by offering a free single-day
admission to its Sea World,
Busch Gardens and Sesame
Place parks. Special is offered
to all active duty military,
active reservists, U.S. Coast
Guard, National Guardsmen
and up to three of their direct
dependents through 2007.
Register on-line for "Here's
to the Heroes" at www.hero- For more informa-
tion, call ITT at 573-2289.

Platters at Finnegan's
Have a platter on us for stop-
ping by with at least eight of
your friends and/or co -workers
and we'll make you a scrump-
tious platter valued at over $30
complimentary for you and
your party. Call ahead and let
them know you are coming
and that's all it takes. Call the
pub at 573-9429 or Rack -N-
Roll Lanes at 573-9492.

Big EZ 'Movie Zone'
opens its doors
What more can you ask for
other than free movies? The
"Movie Zone" shows the lat-
est premier run movies for all
patrons 18 years and older.
Check out the Periscope for
the latest movie showings.

Snack foods and beverages are
available for purchase. While
waiting for your movie, shoot
a few games of pool at the
"Billiard Zone" Call for the lat-
est information at 573-4548.

Youth Sports Spring
The Kings Bay Youth Sports
is holding spring registration
for baseball, t-ball and soccer
through Feb. 27. The season
starts in March and continues
through May 15. Registration
is being taken at the Boys
and Girls Club, Monday thru
Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Late registration begins
on Feb. 28. The cost is only
$45 for active duty, reservist
and retirees family members
and includes trophy and uni-
form. All DoD civilian family
members are $50 and include
trophy and uniform. Ages for
baseball are 7 to 8 years old
and t-ball is 4 to 6 years old
with a control date of April 1.
Soccer ages are 4 to 12 years
old with a control date of April
1. All late registrants will be
required to pay an additional
$5. For more information, call
Youth Sports at 573-8202.

Bass Tournament at Lake D
Outdoor Adventures is
hosting a two-person Bass


Tournament at Lake D on
March 17 from 6:30 a.m. until
noon. The cost is only $30 per
team with optional side pots
of $10 for Biggest Bass. Cash
prizes will be awarded to the
top three teams. Only six fish
will be weighed in and every-
one, 16 years and older must
have a state fishing license

and base fishing permit. After
registering through Outdoor
Adventure Center, patrons
may use their personal boast
but they cannot have gasoline
motors or they can rent boats
and trolling motors on a first
come basis from OAC. All fish
will be kept alive and will be
released at the time of weigh-
in. Pre-registration is needed
at the OAC by March 9. For
more information, call the
OAC at 573-8103.

Irish Pub
K.B.Finnegan's Irish Pub is
now open for business. Hours
of operation are Monday
through Thursday from 3:30
to 10 p.m., Friday through
Saturday from 3 to 11 p.m. and
Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. Pub hours
will be extended as needed
for football games and other
special events. Call for daily
specials at 573-9429.

Rocky Colletti special
Enjoy Rocky Colletti's Pizza
in the month of February. It's a
really hot deal ready for those
cold nights. Enjoy one 14" one
topping pizza for only $7 (that
is a savings of more than $3).
Offer is good thru Feb. 28. Call
Rocky Colletti's Pizza at 573-
4029 for a quick pick-up on
your way home this evening or
stay and enjoy some bowling
with friends and family.

Scotch Doubles return to
Grab a partner and sign
up for a fun night of Scotch
Doubles at Rack-N-Roll Lanes.
Mark your calendar for the
third Saturday of each month.
Sign-ups start at 5 p.m. with
games beginning at 6 p.m. The

cost is only $30 per couple
including four games of bowl-
ing: one game regular 10-pin,
one game of 9-pin no-tap, one
game of 8-pin no-tap and one
game guaranteed strike in the
3rd, 6th and 9th frames. Each
person also gets a 7-inch pizza
with one topping or hamburg-
er, fries and fountain drinks.
Prize fund pays out for one out
of every five to play. Call Rack-
N-Roll Lanes for more infor-
mation on this twist to regular
bowling at 573-9492.

Paintball Field
Paintball has arrived at Kings
Bay and the adventure is wait-
ing for you. The Paintball field
is open from noon to 4 p.m.
every first and third Saturday
of each month, with gun pack-
age rentals available for play.
Bring your own or rent, the
game's the same. Special days
and times can be reserved for
private parties. During the
month of February, get FREE
field fee, a $5 value. It is locat-
ed inside Etowah Park which
is past housing after the Golf
Course; when you hit the dirt
road just keep on driving. Call
OAC for more information at
573-8103 or the Paintball field
at 674-4014.

Golf is family friendly
Trident Lakes is hoping golf
will become part of your family
routine. Any day after noon, all
children under 17 can play the
course with a paying parent!
Why not start teaching your
child something that can last
a lifetime? Call Trident Lakes
Golf Club for rates and classes
at 573-8475.

Recycling Center changes
pick-up date
The Kings Bay Recycling
Center has changed their
pick-up day to Wednesdays.
Recyclables include aluminum
cans, steel (tin) cans, news-
papers (inserts o.k.), plastic
soda bottles (no lids), plas-
tic milk jugs (rinsed, no lids),
other number 1 and 2 plastics,
cardboard and brown grocery
bags, magazines and phone
books. Please clean and sepa-
rate all items for proper recy-

cling. Recyclable items cannot
be contaminated with trash,
foreign matter or food waste.
Do no recycle pizza boxes,
Styrofoam, plastic bags, foil or
pie pans. If you are not sure
something can be recycled,
call the MWR Recycling Center
at 573-9475 or 573-9521.

Billiard Zone is now open
The Big EZ is on its way to
completion. If you haven't
heard, the Big EZ is the old
Clubs building 1039 and its
home to the Billiard Zone, The
Movie Zone and the Sports
Zone; in addition to Oscar's
Liberty Center and Kings
Bay Conference Center. The
Billiard Zone & Movie Zone
are both open to all patrons,
18 years and older. Hours of
operation are Sunday through
Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
and Friday through Saturday
noon to 2 a.m. Holiday hours
are noon to 8 p.m. For more
information, call 573-4548.

Lower your score try a
golf clinic
Trident Lakes is offer-
ing clinics for golfers want-
ing to take strokes off their
game. Men's clinics are held
Thursday at 4 p.m.; women's
clinics are held Tuesdays at 4
p.m., juniors golfers, ages 6-9,
have clinics Saturdays at 11
a.m. and juniors golfers, ages
10-15, follow at noon. Each
clinic is $5 and will work on
different aspects of the game
and is open to the first 10 golf-
ers in each group to sign up.
Call TLGC at 573-8475 for reg-
istration and information.

Massage therapy available
Isyourjob stressing you out?
Why not treat yourself or that
special person in your life to
a therapeutic massage? Renee
Crawford, a nationally certified
AMTA member, provides mas-
sages at the Fitness Complex.
Whether you need to relieve
stress or tension, soothe pain
or just to relax, she has a mas-
sage to fit any budget. Call
the Fitness Complex for more
information or to purchase gift
certificates. Massages are avail-
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Health Center can help you kick the habit

By Ely Melendez
Health Promotion Center

According to Campaign for Tobacco-Free
Kids, smoking kills more people than
alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs,
murders, and suicides combined. Thousands
more die from other tobacco related causes
such as smokeless tobacco use and fires caused
by smoking. You can not begin to estimate the
larger numbers who suffer from tobacco-relat-
ed health problems each year.
About 17percent of high school students in
Georgia smoke with 18.1 million cigarettes
bought or smoked by kids each year. Adult
smokers in Georgia are at 22percent and cause
$3.8 billion in smoking related productivity
losses in Georgia.
The Department of the Navy for Health
Promotion and Preventive Medicine reminds
us that as a Sailor, you are a shipmate trained
to fight and win against all enemies. Tobacco

is not often thought of as an enemy. An enemy
takes control and forces you to do things that
you don't want to do. But using tobacco is a
personal choice isn't it?
Well ...A Sailor who uses tobacco probably
started before joining the Navy and has kept on
using just to fit in with the group and to satisfy
a craving for tobacco.
This Sailor has probably tried to quit a cou-
ple of times, but couldn't because not using
tobacco felt really bad. So the Sailor went back
to using tobacco just to feel better.
It starts to sound a lot like an addiction. A
drug addict is physically addicted to what he
or she craves, has specific triggers that bring on
the urge to use the drug, and will put out a lot
of time, money and effort to use the drug and
satisfy the urge.
Sound like any smokers you know? Does it
sound like you? Sailors who smoke are most
likely addicted to tobacco. Addiction takes

away freedom. If you are addicted to tobacco,
you are not truly free. You may not believe that
you are addicted to tobacco. You may think
that it is a personal choice-you like smoking
and so you do it of your own free will. Well, try
this. November is Tobacco Cessation month.
Just stop smoking for a day, 24 hours. No big
deal. If you make it through the 24 hours with-
out getting fidgety, and crabby, and wanting a
cigarette more than anything else-then hey,
you're probably not addicted. But if you can't
make it 24 hours without getting all-bent-out-
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need to make a plan to beat the addiction and
become tobacco free.
There are a lot of resources to help you
become tobacco free. The NSB Kings Bay Health
Promotion Center health care team located in
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MWR is bringing the Majic Back!
Lade Majic & the Harlem Ambassadors are coming to Kings Bay!

February 8 at Fitness Comp(le

Doors open at 6 p.m.

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up and Master 2.5 BA, 2 story 2BR/2BA, New ba room, new
down, 1400 sqft, cur- home 2355sf, Hard Geri e Screened porch, aBaker arpet & tile floor, big
per month. Take with Mayport. (904)504 7793 shed, many extras, 10 ay
TESTERS NEEDED or without tenants. PCS Move. $449,900 mCn from NAS JAX. N s uan
TESTERSNEEDED $158,900 C' $110,000. 695- 2094 Nassau OAG PR Wl
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STATE-OF-THE-ART Mai Petitt Landing at Oakeaf 2/2 @ beach. Call 246- 7684 Georgia custom Brick Feblst.904- 759- 3869
STATE-OF-TE-ART ORANGE PARK Nature's vacant lot #43, many Home-4/3 Bdrm,
Top producer Hideaway 3/2, new gated ament. backs up to Jen- *lay, C t. 2BA, 2160sf. Baker
whorehouse 571-9821 Yulee/Fernandina Belles comm, $1000mo. rent or nings Forest, 1589 Open- split flrplan, Clay
r & suRiver Estates 4BR/2BA, rent to own, guar fin. Green Moss Ln. asking Tax Return & purchase a tile/berber flooring, 2 Duval
ir & surface 2008sf, like new, $5k min down. $195k 262- 3521954- 452 1136 new or used home. Ask car garage, FL rm, uval
$239,000. All closing cost Call 904 276- 6446 me how. Call 249- 9546 shed, fenced Nassau
purification systems. pd Serilous inqui rie s GREEN COVESPRINGS (904)491- 7996$410,000 *Putnam Mandarin Office
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heavily landscaped. 8810 MOBILE HOME? brick, culdesac, good D office space suitable for
662 AWESOME e FreeAve. $35,900. 725. 1188 TOP OCASH!! Old or New schools, $1275- $1400 CR210/SOUTH LAKE 4/2, medical practice, look
INVESTMENT 9A/ REGENCY Merril or Assume Loan308606 Call 7427486 2car gar, 1700sf, fpl, alrm at it at sartram Park
e EAST PALATKA Beaui Pines. 3/2,1200sf all NORTHSIDE 3 ac off MIDDLEBURG Paradise preserve lot on culdesac, Office, 4664sf de signed
ful riverfront home, 3/2, appl, pool, playground, Lannie Rd. completely GMoInaG Hme i $1395mo. 904- 742- 9891 to be divided into
3BR/2BA, new red oak ch/a, fpl, dock boat hse, gated, balc overlooking fened, pond, fruit trees. Moorings Home Built E ATLANTIC BEACH Mainunits of
lborton Alternative ffloors throughout 120t river front, double pond and preserve. Perfect land to build on. 2004. 4 b d / 3.5 b t h CR 210 TOWNHOUSE ATLANTIC BEACH Main npprox 1166sf, Bidg isn
Abortion Alternative foors throughout garage, 2 out buildings, $155k 9045680284 $150K. Ph. 509-5812 $2200/m month. Lease Brand New 3/2.5 Will do Street, 2br/1.5ba town shell, interior build out
Sn roof rox garage,2outbuildings, k 9045680284 K. 509 5812w/purchase option. short term. $1000 MO. house, $750mo + $500 to be completed by ten-
new ro I approx.1 approx 1AC, $565K. Call Wakulla Co., FL. 239ac, (800)785- 9889 Ext 291 Call Wendy 813 2796 dep. Call 904- 237- 3229 ant. Landlord will pro-
*ALL EXPENSES PAID* 1300SF, it ize60x12 AVONDALE Beau Rivage App. 22 miles south of WARE CO. Country Liv- vide buildout allowance,
Many Loving Families Penthou d 2970 Tallahassee & 10 miles ing At Its Best. 3br/2ba, MIDDLEBURG Lease NORTHSIDE Newly built for more info please
You Select T Family n from St. Mark's Marina fpl, completely furn on Option 3/2, 4 car garage (2) RENT TO OWN 3B/2.SB, new appls, gar. contact Sunil Sarkar
Macksonville, Attorney a floor, 2 BR, 2 bath, den Exc. investment & rec- 2AC of land w/pool. fen 1.5 ac. 2000sf. $1500, Well below Mkt Value $1300m+1mo. dep. 904- 808- 990
4chael Shorstein8 DR, approx 1876 sq ft, rational property w/ 15 $1 2C5 K 0 B 0 C a I I call Mike904- 838- 6603 Juling/on 2 P 0 N E W Call 904.744.8657/314 0240
348-6400 or 800-348-6434 Margi Petitt & 18 yr. old pine planta- 912- 285 2505 after 6pm 5o3.5 $2000 mo. And3
SH O HOUSES 4%co- op, 949- 278- 1301 tion. $1,950/ac. Call---------- ORANGE PARK Pretty Oakleaf Plantation SOUTHS TiE town
CAH FOR HOUSE 770- 444 3511 or and clean 3/2, 2 car gar, NEW 4/2.5 $1800 mo. 2o nd ell
NO HAGGLING, ALL 571-9821e DOWNTOWN Leaseur- _______1 404- 825 36 3 5. fen bk yd, $1000 mo no appliances, $1100/mo
AREAS AND PRICES. NC chase remodeled 2BR/ 1liS pets orsm kg904- 264- 6805 904- 302- 5780 good credit re9046137258
REALNET OF NE FL. INC 2BA, extra apt. $350. W. -2 16 far 6m E.c good credit rAeq 904- 613- 7258i El a P E
1800-AS IS NOW 10% down $2800 mo. No Beach Oceanfront Orange Park 4br/2ba, all 0o
Fort Caroline 3/2/2 bank quaifyig condo, 3 Bed/2 1/2 *iea brick, new cond, Great PALENC IA 3/2, end unit, Ortega-Close to
NEED A LAWYER?- Home poole p, hard 866Z- 2169 a if y g Bath, 1654sf w/350sf -neighborhood, fen yd, no scrn patio, gated, pool, NA 2/2 townhouse
Acchaent Arrest? Divorce? wood floors, htile, - wraparound tate pets,$1195m 904- 610- 6463 incl. catv, DSL & water. for rent, $700
AAA Attorney Referral large yard, fenced. Julington Creek FSBO 4/2 riht ny onh $1295m. 904- mnth Avi e Fe887- $8
Svc 1800-7335342, 24 HRS Asking $199k. Officially 2600SF, 3/4 AC,$449K right on beach $860,000 CR ISP CO., GA 315 ac ORANGE PARK RTO TE DRA BEACH vlabe Feb Baker
Askigned. call Robert 30 AC,$44W. 249-1666 farm 6mi E. of 1 75, Out of Area new 4/3 in Eagle Land- PORTE VEDRA BEACH 1st, Call 541- 0827
NOL Needs (904)434- 6047 motivated seller 635- 5997 good hunting and fish- ing, $3500 moves you in. TPC, Lakefront, Irg yd, Clay
Volunteers to ing$950k. 912- 682- 3742 Bed and Breakfast $429K. Call 305- 812- 0523 4/4, 3000sf, 2car gar, *Duval
UmpirebaseballI Ft. Caroline FSBO renov ST.AUGsappls, fpl, lawn care inclDuval
and softball games. Carol SBOrenov seST.AUG. Build CAMPFIELD GEORGIA -52 ACRES Manufactured Orange Park-2 $300m. 904- 705- 5990 Nassau
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4 Pinochle-Every 32225 $299K. 904- 564- 5634 down payment programs condo in Campfield! pines, 10 ac ardoomes aldis iv Pt/Reserve, beautiful 4/3 St Johns
Thursday available. Call Randy 3/2, concrete block pines, 10 ac hardwoods mal dining/livin- bted, w/d, sunroom, g St. Johns
loam 2pm Call I NTRACOASTAL WEST onstr ction, first $3600/ ac. 904-502-8901 Time Share groom, big bacyar' ackyd, cudnrec, aw Geor
213- 4155 spacious 3/2, 2 car, new Brunson Realty 501-8100 floor unit. Near Georgia
pnt. cpt, apple, Ig bkyd, Johns Town Center ST. SIMONS ISLAND- lot Real Estate Wanted garage, Many upgrades, svc nl. $2300m. 285- 8888 eoi
TURNED DOWN FOR $200k or best areas off, ST AUG Custom 3BR/2BA, and easy commute to in the Island Club with for into call 742 6747
SOCIAL SECURITY/SSI Inspection Sat, home 3/4acre, cul-de-sac, the base. Offeredat rights to a full Sea HousePlans (oR)GeriF rR nD
DISABILITY? will be sold Sat night to vaulted ceilings, open floor $210,000 Island Membership. By I Co mecir
Get answer fast call highest bidder. 928- 0786 plan. $289,900. 904-797-7699 Donna Brandon owner, 912- 638- 2492 Miscellaneous D Baker
912- 554- 4500 or toll free 904-708-7694 TAYLOR CO. 147 acres, Clay
1 co n J 4 f ,F A -A - 1 O u t o ff u h u n i n o r V A L a nd : 12 A Crea 4 d y p D u v a l F o e
consu taton. TRACOASTAL Prudential be ful huntna StMary's- 2/2, gar, u
Ii n v es t m e n t t r a c t fncd yd, private Nassau SOUTHSIDE
PRICED BELOW NetworkRealtyc-a Schley Co. 3 acre pond. 32 Arlington pool access, 2.2 *Putnam 7200sf, 9600sf, 19,000sf,
MARKET ExtIme lFullServie. great hunting or invest- 3/2, bkyd, fenced, Avail 2/15 KB $0/nthB St. Johns or 33,00sf. warehouse.
Hickory Lakes ..d..ndni.. Ownd d&or .d meant tract $3000/AC; VA Land: 12 ACRES 1 pool deck, frnt A Grade level. Common
SI kes 36acres VA Land: 12 ACRES porch, dog house, 1 Call 882- 6427 Georgia dock available. Univ @
o e 1 3/2, 1674SF, former 736 acres Em uel Co. River front $59,990K; car gar, w/carport, 4car Powers. $4/sf.
I model Onl3y $215K. ST AUG.wFSBO oata ung r n Also NC land: 30acs, driveway. 1700st Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
f r Sale I MLS335901 I, T Almost newstuccO $1o ment tract, $1750/AC; 7mi.e view $109K $1100/mo. Please Call 356-2228 Realtor
MLS#335901rstucco, conc 1416 acres Emanuel Co. Pics: 919- 693- 8984 Robert: (904)234- 3652,
fO a Realty Executives blk 3BR/2BA, 2 car gar. JACKSONVILLE BEACH great hunting or invest- and leave msg/email WAREHOUSE
Baker County 543-0808 All appli. incl. 669-1035 ocean front condo 2/1, intact 1895/A A 13 sf 400sf. r top fir, corner unit, 1838 acres in EmanuelTr--egg---------^^ Arlington-3/2, 53,000st, Dock high
elevator, pool & storage, Co great t i m be r Arlington 3/2, inground pool, $450 6'$295sf gross
Auntt mD 3a $424,900 Owner / agent investment or hunting 1560f 4 car Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
Clay County MANDARIN 3741 N. Ride ST AUGUSTINE Davis 904 tract $2500/AC. Call drvway1 carport 90423 65 35 28 Realtor
Duval County Immac. 2 story, 3/2, Shores, perfect rehab. 478- 319- 2980 or office boat rp fenced
Nassau County $209,900. 759 9314/955 3830 developer 4/2, petsELO IUYSeUd ,Seo h me 8 m s LDING
nPtam Couun $.new roof & windows. PONTE VEDRA 3/2.5, 14 acres on St. Mary's ANGELO BUYS 10Baker f b t dium 2500sf
MADAIN 904 471 4568or904 669- 405 like new 1800SF, River. Oaks w/high bluff. HOUSES CASH 8(904)234- 3652. $1100 $2 94Bakerfre al56
Putnam County MANDARIN completely remodeled Approx 800' on river. Any cond, handyman, ARLINGTON Brookwood Clay all home (904)223- 1843
St. Johns County STATION Ot 904- 373- 0191 or434- 7012 $12k/ac.904- 860- 1708 fire damaged, Forest Sub, 2/2, 1112 SF, Duval or cell (904)571- 5215
3 BR, 2 BA, Huge distressed, vacant or garage. $1150mo.+dep Nassau
Georgia family room with occupied, ANYWHERE, Call904- 535- 2802 Putnam Arlington-Navy
Massive brick fire ANY CONDITION... Putnamllo
Out f Area Massive brick fire- SOUTHSIDE Apts/comm'l/residential Arlington- upscale neigh- St. Johns female roommate
pOut of Area lace, eat- in kitchen, JCAROLINA ust reduced NO DEAL TOO BIG or orhodd 2 0f w/d Georgia la /
separate DR/Office, NORTH CAROLINA luxury 2/2.5, $189k. TOO SMALL !!! dw, fpc, fncd, 2 car gar, Georg Near Maypor s Dames 4
i computer room, MOUNTAINS OlePlanta- Must Sell Call 535- 4429 Manufactured Quick closings $1495mo. 904 887- 4410 Point. Alta area. Call
Homes screened proch, new tion. Our newest neighbor- 904-626-1636 652- 3811, Avail. now
tile in baths, 1974 SF hood, a new custom built log HomeS 904-680-7435 ARLINGTON 2/1.5, quiet
new A/C, roof in '02, cabin shell on 3.17 acres, area, 5min from down- a -. Middleburg-Share
ARGYLE No Bank argue fenced yard, offered by the Peaks at Lake For Sale a town/ Regency $875mo. acre horse *Baker
ARGYLE- No Bank large tencei yard Lure LLC 828- 625- 8926 FOr Sale 673- 6215 ORANGE PARK- newly ranch- well- kept Cla
Quaifying Beauu 4 6 edcustoy lt --Investment Baker n Bl 2, 2/2 luxury river-" cozy home, nicely
IrQualn 904Beaiful78 sc tifst uilt uwannee River- ac,tment Baker County BEACH Jacksonville4/2, front comm. 1st fir, w/d, furnished room, $325 + Duval
3043 Golden Pond Blvd storage shed, of waterfront. Buildable. Income Clay County car gar, e avail $300mo. Cal 998- 8672 utilities deposit. Call Nassau
SFleming Island many updates. Huge oaks, nice beach. Cut 6 6 a i 12- 6646
Eagle Harbor 11060 Reading Rd. $65,500. (904)247- 6508 Pro er Dual County W immed,$1595. 476- 7831 ORANGE PARKted Brand HID Putnam
3,000sf, 5 Bedroom $247K 904 386- 4210 p INTRACOASTAL Kens- w/attach gar, off Bland- NORTHSIDE *St.Johns
home, 3- car garage, For Sale Nassau County ington 3/2, 1200SF, gar, ing, pool, playground includes utils, w/d, cable
New Construction, orthside Cocomm pool. no dogs, and more, $1050mo. $105/wk. 868- 2977 Georgia
REDUCED from Northside bedroom, 2 Baker County Putnam County $1050mo. 904- 645- 8994 386- 569- 5641 or986- 9532 a
(904)542 7908 Blvd great for fishing, W waterfront ClayCounty St s County er MDA N 3e urn, no smok,

Motivated! 904- 699 2075 w/lundryroom, 1093SF, SaleNassau County Nassau EADOWS/ea of I ROOMS 1,920 sf o 11,520sf
9315 1st Ave. close to Putnam MURRAY HILL -1127 95YosAaOWseasf w/Microwave & Refrig! Eastpark Great location!
n Baker Waterfront Putam County M S J Scotten Rd 3/2, renovated, 95 lOlagos condos 3/3 Low Daily/Wkly Rates! (904) 998 9339
Fleming island school, sec. system + Baker Waterfront Putnam County t.Johns sae -2 TH 1750sf stunning 10 Off for Wkly Room! (904) 998-9339
Eagle Harbor many more upgrades, lFor sale rent, 387-2283 lake view, totally emod- K
2900f, 4 bedrooms, qualified buyers 0 down. Clay Waterfront St. Johns County Georgia ednew wood floors UINGS INN (904) 2 3 Southside/Westside
3- car garage, New $131,900. Call 904- 765- 5000 leQUALITY INN (904) 264-1211 All New Retail Centers
Construction, Duval Oceanfront Georgia Flemin Island-1.5 MURRAY HILL- duplex, Granite counterspet. Tenant Financing Available
REDUCE WESTSIDE BY OWNER yr old condo in Clay MU Y HL dSule, Granite counters
REDUCED from WESTSIDE FY Rpanta 2/1, upstairs unit, 288-850
$539,999 to $489,999 Call 5058 College St. DuvalWaterfront tien. Isnta- $675mo, No HUD 809 new appllmge porch 2
RA NG2 A RK 1022s5f $74,500 or Best Nassau Oceanfront C 3BR/2.SBA, garag e. Unfurih IFease/purchase .
0 R A N G E P A R K Reasonable Offer Gated community, "A" Northside TIRED OF $1195904- 226- 0253
Ridgecres brick 3/2.5, Open HouseSat Sun 12- 4 NassauWaterfront rated schools, pool, golf ORANGE PARK 2/2, fpI, RENTING? Own this BAYMEADOWS 2/2 fpch
1875sf, over Sac yd, new House will be sold etc. 11 m from NAS. wet bar, WD hookup, 2br $0 down $650mo. on lake 1st fir, scr porch
roof,frespaint,FSBO Sundaynigt to Putnam Waterfront $1200/mo. (904)803- 4287 new paint new carpet, Slow credit ok.With Irg rms, pvt ent. sec sys,
$215K.904- 276- 3360 HIGHEST BIDDER St. Johns Waterfront ORANGE PARKConti- $650mo386- 235- 6667 stableiob. 745- 0045 NP, NS975+904- 200- 6446
ORANGE PARK Eagle 30 o GREAT RENTAL mental Village, lot 142,
Harbor 4/3, cuI- de- sac 820- 719- St. Johns Oceanfront Needs some rehab, 3/1, ad cond, $19,900. E4/2.5 $1175 Dep. OceanFront/1 remod., Business
lagoon lot, fenced yard, WESTSIDE For Saleor rt Ned smere b 1,, go Fin $Ave ,9 NO I nn Bea chJackson ill emod., r runities
open floor plan. 716- 5207 Rent to own 3/1.5, I ...... ... ... Cay Distributorships/
,t Oeaf antaion sw p 88 rn .i 1 ,, Osprey Cove INORTHSIDE J1 1,, lch Inlracoa:lal Wal rwa, Duval Firanc mes
rent or sale. OWner -'WE STS Iu D don nI -f1 ..: 1 Fictitious Names
financing/other WSTSIDE $0 don, new Goll and 50 DEPOSIT P N ,, 5.....sau
options avail, highly construction 3/2, garage, i i," CounlrY Club $150 DEPOSIT ........ Putnam J Financial Services
motivated to work Miriam St. y ... .-. '" ,. Money to Lend or.
w/milmtary personnel. $159,900. 904- 993- 3341 .1 1 .' gaSt. Johnsge
(813)220- 1088 WessideShindler I. . .. r. .,..,. Morta Bought
Ster, .,. Furn & Unfurn ..... : ....._____...
H 3BR/2.5BA w/loft that KE YSTONE HE (IHTS ,i SN 1,Ru 0 PWL,4, E Busi nessr
Scan bemused as 4th lake house great retreat in exclusive Willow Lakes r ORTEGA FARMS Exeutive Luxury River-
bdrm/study, 2060sf, starter or retirement Osprey Cove 7703 Hare Ave. Cottages 2br, 1ba, w/d front 2/2 Condo Tennis, ORHSI / like
ARLINGTON- ForSaleor ceramic tile, hardwood home remod 2/1, new Golf and Country Club in St. Marys, GA. The 725-0303 $575mo & 1/1 $475, no swimming hot tub Wt. NORTHSIDE 2/2, lik AR VE
Rent to own 3/1.5, flooring, sprinkler, secu- carpet, appl, CH/A, LandMar Group community is 30 minutes north 725-0303 pets/smkng 3881335 rm Million $ view 14th new, CH&A, stove, frig, AREA DEVELOPER
hrd wd firs, g am rm, r y, screened porch, $139K.Call 352- 475- 5671 of Jacksonvile, 20 minutes fr om Jacksonville Mandarnfvel ffo Jacksonville, loor overlook Downtwn 343- 0700
$159,900 9948899 storage shed, etc. a International Airport, 10 minutes from Kings Bay Mandarin Lovely Effec. Ponte Vedra 5/4, gated $1750 mo. 904- 472- 3445 ------- 1-888-540-0001
ARLINGTON Problem (904)349 3751 Submarine base. on 1 acre w/pond $700m waterfront comm. 3400sf, SOUTHSIDE 3/2, 1200 sq. HAIR SALON turnkey,
includes utils. bit 2004 granite, 19x19 ft. washer & dryer, full OWL
credit OK. 3/2, 2 car Westside Foreclosure Home is in a woodlands setting on a quiet No pets. 288-8830 bonus rm $2950m. 881- 0895 kt g3 C zero down, owner fin. 4
garage, 1621SF, stucco, Sale "Desperate Seller" W creek with vistas of marsh and water, it has 4 kit, garage. gated, Call locations. $20k ea. can
big kit, fen, near Dames Roland Lakes Dr. NEW bdrms, 3 baths, 2 half baths, large kitchen with NORTHSIDE newly RIVE RS IDE Ig 4/2, 904- 1143 sell individually. Must
Point t/ 9A, small down 4/2 $265K appraisal AVONDALE/Ortega- remod 2br, apple, section hrdwd fIrs, ceramic tile, SOUTHSIDE new Twnm qualify.904- 333- 3663
$1500mo. Bill 904- 502- 4238 make offer 904- 302- 5780 Corner lot across from walk in pantry, large island, SubZero refrigerator, re d 2r, seion hrdwd 2rmic til, SO SDE g LIUOR STORE- serious
St. Johns on Woodmere breakfast nook, large living room w/brick fire- 8 OK, $9amo $300 w/d hkp4 2 car g$amr, 2/2.5, attach. gar, gated,
inDr. $220K. 537- 8520 place, large dining room, study, 5 screened and pets. $950m. 424- 2354 inquires only.
Buying a ome open porches. Screened deck is secluded with SAN MARCO LOFTS SOUTHSIDE- Sutton Lake 886- 4501 between 10- only
Contact your VA Pta Csolar- heated pool. Your own private deep well for one of a kind From $895 4/2/2, fenced yard, SOUTHSIDE 2/2 1069sf. -
irrigation. Security system, plus protection of 2000sf, community pool gar, scrn porch, 1st fir, Baker
Home Loan Expert- e gated community. 1450 Flaogler 904- 396- 9601 $1495 9049627798 $975 + dep. 904-652-8460 Baker
Laurie M. Potter Just steps from the house, enioy 200+ feet on WESTSIDE -3/2 7701condo4rent@comcastinec Clay
YNCM (USN Ret) PALATKA Waterfront/ the water, sit on your own fixed dock and keep 8000 Renualt Dr S 3/2, estsideNea *Duval
YNCM(SNRet) pool. 2100 45m's to Jax your boat at the 30- ft floating dock. Also, custom se rt 37-22 NAS 3BNs2BA a
Buin Selling or $500m799 233-5526 kayak launch platform. Direct access to St. Marys n 38 o ree, 7 NassaumI BORROW
R/Buying, S or $10$579K. 904- 233- 526 River, Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic. 3750 WESTSIDE- rent or RTO. Bldg 4, Unit 1 Timber, uam UP TO $30K
refinancing? Contact WELAKA CANAL LOTS, SF heated, 5500 sf overall. $1.6 million. 2/1, $750mo. Lexington Run. $950/month. St. Johns at 8% Pay $444.37 for
Luri fr an of / ur 100yds from St. Johns Mark McCumber- designed Par 72 golf course Ave. 465- 4621 696- 5565 Georgia 7yrs. No assets req as
l for any your river. Sportsman Harbor, named among top 10 in Georgia by Golfweek Gated Comm long as your are
(904) 256-2051 financing needs, including High Bluff. City water & magazine. Osprey Cove has a Clubhouse, Restau- WHITEHOUSE New3/2, Near San Marco, Adorable D t working FT. Bad
Cell (904) 463-2065 VA, FHA, home equity or 26 11 rant, grille, putting & chipping greens, driving comm. pool, w/d, $1400m 2 bedroom 2 bth, $700 + Dep credit? No problem.
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MONEY -We are pay-
ing top dollar for pri-
vately owned mtg notes
& structured settle-
mnents. 904- 858-1824

* Schools
* Specialty Training/

1 Week Day Class Feb 5
8 Week Eve Class March 14
Superior Instruction
(904) 269 2555
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*Job Fairs
Resume Service
Interior Designi
Graphics Design
Automotive Sales/
Civil Service/
Public Administration
Computer Hardware/
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Domestic Services/
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Medical/Health Care
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Work at Home
Positions Wanted

Min. 5yrs exp. in site &
underground utility
work. Ability to coordi-
nate multiple iobs w/iob
Superintendents. Great
benefits package.
Email resume to

for Org. Pk. Gen DDS
growing team. M-Th.
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Top skills. Front office
duties too. Call 272-2438

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

$150-$450 a day.
Start Now 401k, benefits
Call Shannon or Wendy
398-3937 or 591-3915

* Housekeepers
SBreakfast Display Kitchen
Cook Part Time
Courtyard Marriott
Apply in person
at JTB & 1-95
4670 Lenoir Ave. South
Jacksonville, FL 32216

Birmingham based
multi-family housing
general contractor
seeking candidates
for the following:
Project Manager
Competitive salary
and benefits package.
Email resume to:
or fax to 205-263-4063.

PAINTERS Turn key and
bathtub refinishes. Top
pay + bonus. Exp req.
Transp needed. Will
train. 332-6805

Experienced, valid
driver li 260-7059

with exp. Immediate
openings for Starke
Fiberglass Boat Manu-
facturer. Pay based on
exp. Call 904-964-8228
for more information.

FT/Class A office Bldg.
AR, Data entry, record
keeping. Email resume
w/salary req's. to:

Property Management
Arlington Properties,
a Birmingham based
management co., has
immediate openings at
Kendall Lake, a new
apartment commu-
nity, for a Community
Manager, Mainte-
nance Supervisor and
Leasing Consultant.
Email resume to
or fax to 850-587-5457.

Passion 641-5033

FT 3 conseq yrs exp
req. SS, top pa
y 318-0041
CALL 7577370
Call Passion

Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110

People get huge tax
returns this time of yr.
Those people call cabs.
They call us.
Come drive for us!
YELLOW CAB. 493-5222

Make $400+ per week!
Must be over 23 years old
with a clean record.
493-5246 9am to 1pmi
e.o.e d.f.w.

Northside/ Oceanway
area. Licensed. Limited
openings for full time
care 1 year & up. Please
call for details 714-9986

The best prices & Quality
of Services in Town.
Veteran Family Owns &
Operated Serving you
Since 2003. Licensed.
Tel(904)779-9822 Office
hours 9:00 am 5pm
Mon-Fri References
available. E-mail:

AC, Heating, Fuel
Arts & Crafts
Building Supplies
Craft/Thrift Stores
Estate Sales
Garage Sales
Hot Tubs/Spas
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Musical Merchandise
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Wanted to Buy or

Firewood Delivered
$10/$55/$85 seasoned,
Free fat lighter 264-5176

China Set-Castleton
S Mayfair Yellow
Rose Pattern from
1940s, includes serv-
ing pieces. $280 OBO.
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3rd, 9am-4pm, Fostoria
Crystal, Royal Doulton
China, Antq figurins,
records and tapes, furn,
etc. 4332 Dazet Ct. 32210
Cash Only

BED- Absolute all new
sets Qn Pill Top $100 in
plastic. Can del. 391-0015
BED Absolute All Brand
New Pillow Top Sets
King $250 Queen $110
Memory Foam from $300
BED-Brand NameFull set
$119, new w/war in plas-
tic. 391-0015 Can deliver
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wood set $375, Retail
$950. 8589350.Can deliver
BED- Queen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
Must sell $110 904-674-0405
Bed-Red Corvette
Little Tykes, Like
New, 103" length,
53" wide, twin mat-
tress incl, $150.

SET. New, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 391-0015
4 Bedroom-Kingsize 3
piece unit-Like new,
Cost $3500. Asking
$1000. Call Felecia
at (904)759-2167
4, Black Lthr
3 sweater Theater
Seats-Recline to a
lay down position,
asking $800. 874-8877

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

4 2 Cabinets-Wood, 60
in tall, 30 in wide.
Both have
doors/shelves, each
$15. 268-2482
4 Couch-9ft, also 6ft,
recently refur-
bished, both in New
Cond. 612-9998

4 Entertainment Cen-
ter-Solid pine,
honey color, holds
32" TV, and stero
stack, originally $800.
Exc. Shape. $100

Farmhouse Style
Table-9ft, solid oak,
med finish.
$1200+new, must
sell, make offer, 276-0426
before 8pm.
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Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA

4 Garage Sale-Satur-
day, Feb 3rd, 1098
Meadow Drive,
Orange Park.
Clothes, household, lots
of stuff.

Kid" Sale-Feb 16-24,
Mandarin South
Shopping Center,
1700 San Jose Blvd, Visit for details

man elect.
4 1 "Bushwhacker', 20
in, both blades move for
less vibration. Scabbard,
never used. $40 268-2482

Lawn Edger-Black
& Decker, electric.
heavy duty. Does a
great iob, exc cond
$32 268-2482

S 14k Ladie's
Diamond &
Sapphire Ring-Size
6, $375. And 1 ct
7-stone Ladie's diamond
wedding band, size 6,
$799 269-1478

Trampoline w/enci $400,
Fort PT w/slide frmens
rope, climb net $400 Gas
heater $100. 904-259-1528

S Compressor-
Craftsman- 1HP,
$50. Good Cond.

Invacare, electric, hardly
used. $450 firm
S Electric
Wheelchair- Invac-
are Torgue SP Pwr
tilt, excellent shape,
lists over $5000, sell $850.
Call 786-4591

& "Left Behind" Book
Series-Set of 13
hardbound, excel-
lent condition, $40.

"New" Tube
Smoker-2 entry,
cooking surfaces,
adjustable chim-
neys, single axle trailer,
2 in hitch, 12x6x5. Used
once, $1500, 693-4452

SAccordion-120 Bass,
black w/pearl, like
new, $500. Upright
vacuum, $20.
Antique milk can,
hand-painted, beautiful,
$45. 781-6222

Broan 30 in Under
Counter Range
Hood-White, $40.
3-light Brass &
Glass, Hanging Light
Fixture, 269-1478

, Criminal Justice 333
Books-Exc condi-
tion, lowest prices
anywhere, Great
for St. Leo classes. Also
Religion 401 books &
Northern Anthology of
Western Lit, Eng 225.
Call Mary 612-9998

Dive equipment-
New, never used.
Also, DJ console &
equip. Call
Suzanne: 542-3849 or

style, 17"H, 26"W,
Beautiful Oak,
Like new, $50

4 Golf Cart- 46 pas-
senger, new tires,
rims, charger,
seats. Lift kit. 11 hp
motor, delivery avail-
able. $1500. 813-9774

Kenmore Washer &
Dryer-Late Model,
I Exc Cond, Can
deliver, $225

4 Old Milk Can w/Top
2ft tall, exc cond
$75. 268-2482

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Three wheelers $20
ea, boys' 10in bike,
$30. Murray Lawn
Mower, $45.
Tony Boselli full
size cardboard
stand-up. 'Own a
piece of Jaguar
history'. $95 268-2482
Treadmill- 100
Rolltop desk, $300.
Sleeper/sofa $100.
King Sleigh Bed,
$800. Chest of Drawers
$25. Mirrors, $25.

4 Washer/Dryer-Whirl
pool, Large capac-
ity, deluxe, 3 yr old,
little use-$375. 2
piece wheeled luggage,
navy color, $2500.
TIONS I have it, tool,
fabric, flowers, vases.
$2000 for a 282-0093

SGibson 12 String
Acoustic Guitar
1970 Vintage-Good
Condition, Hard-
shell case Incl. $150
JANSON Console
piano and bench,
excellent condition.
refinished and tuned.
$500 751-3958
WHOLESALE. 7140141

4 35 mm Cannon
CATV camera Pocket
Used sparingly,
takes great photos,
w/box, papers, $50.

ATV: Yamaha Rhino 660
2006, w/trailer. New
cond. $8200. 282-4571
4 Bowling ball-New,
never used, never
drilled, 16pd
S Columbia. Cost $85,
sell for $35. call 451-7210
4, Pool Table-Good
condition, Buyer
Must Move, 1-95
exit 360, $100
4 Golf Balls
Various name
brands, $3.50 per
dozen, 3 dozen for
$10. 786-4406 anytime
4 Pool Table For
Sale-7ft comes with
all accessories, Call
Slate Oak. All accesso-
ries $900 firm 282-0093
Schwinn Tandem
Bicycle-All accesso-
ries, excellent con-
dition, $175 OBO.
STailormade Quad
R7-400CC stiff shaft,
hardcover, exc
cond, $150.

SDaytona Speed
Week Race Tickets
Daytona 500, Busch
300, Qualifying
Twin 150s. Selling at
Face Value, Call
needs Super Bowl tick-
ets. Please call
Super Bowl
Tickets wanted.
Please call 904.349.4000


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

4 100 Gallon Acrylic
Aquarium- Saltwa-
ter setup, every-
thing incl, Moving,
Must Sell, $500 OBO.
Bichon Frise Puppies
Gorgeous white babies,
chasing tails, $650
727-726-4249 Clearwater
HC, hyper allergenic, non
shed, white powder puff
$800 & up. 904-501-4891
BULLDOG -pups, CKC, 7
M, 2F, $1800. Call after
12pm 912-458-2684
DACHSUNDS -pups, 2
fern, s/w, call for details
4L Free 1 Year Old
Cat- Beautiful, Long
hair, Spayed &
Shots, (912)673-9630
-AKC, pups, ready for
Valentines Day, HC,
beautiful, sire and dame
are on premises.
2 litters avail. $350.
s/w, $650 8452781. Ready
for Valentine's Day
Italian Greyhound (Toy)
Champion bloodlines.
$600 & up. 904-375-1791
Jack Russells reg chipped
bloodline, POP,
9 weeks, $400 386-963-2520
LAB pups AKC yellow &
chocolate HC 8wks play-
ful cash only 751-3840







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or grey w/white. 655-0754
OCEANWAY -1038 Regis
Rd. Sat 7am. Multi
Family, household items
Old English Sheepdog,
puppies, AKC. Ready
2/16/07. 386-547-8563.
Pomeranian Pups AKC,
1BIk/F $575; 2 white/M
$525; 8wks. 904-537-7272
POODLE -Tiny toy, fern
blk, 11mo, AKC, $600.
M/V1.5yrs neutered, all
shots, shy, lovable,
$600 cash. 904-270-0953
1F/2M. All blue eyes.
904-665-6415 904- 272-5936

Many breeds
Schipperke, Doxies,
Peekapoo, Boxer
Pet World 262-4646

-Pet Supplies,
q ariums, Cages,
Dog Boutique,
Dog Food &

Sports Cards, Comics,
Toys, Figurines,

Ma c& Yu-Gi-Yo!

107 Kings Bay Village
St, Marys 912.576.1905
Mons Sat 12-6pm.i
Sun 12-3p.m,

131 South 8th St.
Fernandina Beach
Mon Tues
; Thur-Sat 12-'6pm
y ij Wed ClosedI

Very friendly.
Middleburg 282-4571

Boat Dockage &
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease

Honda Aquatrax
'02-F-12x, and 1997
Seadoo GSX, Low
hours, double
trailer, $6500 OBO. Call
Robert (904)434-6047
Consignment Boat Sales
call us to discuss selling
your boat. 249-6225
We sell pre-owned boats
& 20 ft Pontoon
'98-With Trailer,
spare battery, life
jackets, anchor,
50HP motor, $5000 OBO.
25ft Trawler-Great
shape, sleeps 4,
Cruise the intrac-
oastal in style! At
NASMarina. Need quick
sale. $15,000. 625-7734

Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"

Park 16' Bass Boat
Orange Dale to Manda-
rin Co. Tim 904-287-3344

Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 462-3039

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4, Cedar Creek '04-5th
wheel, two slide
outs, like new con-
dition, suitable all
weather great buy call
771- 7544
SFleetwood Wilder
ness '05-25' loaded,
like new, 6' slide-
out, 18' awning,
must go, TOP. Call
Keith (912)673- 6303

4 0 Jayco Quest
'00-25ft, 5th wheel,
microwave, sofa,
manual slide out,
AC, am/fm/CD, war-
ranty, $8500. Paul
278- 8903/599- 5743
4 Onan Gen. 4000 kw
micro lite RV-Less
than 100 hrs, $750
OBO. Call Bill
(904)315- 5765
RV Having Fun Yet, Inc.
Low Overhead, Low Prices
Just Got Back from the Great
Tampa Super Show! Many
Great Trades! We Still Have
Factory Incentives on Dis-
play Units. Save $$$! It's
Worth Stopping By!
Family Owned.
(904) 7149939
6141 Pecan Park
Exit 366 Off I 95 Next to
Pecan park Flea Market
great cond,. $6000
318- 348- 9452

Suzuki Hayabusha
'05 Red & Black,
exc cond, lowered
4" track swing arm,
full Hindle exhaust,
175hp,4200 miles, $10,500
OBO477- 2153ormphil-
Yamaha R6 '06 50th
Anniversary Edi-
tion, yellow, mint
condition, All
extras, $10,500 OBO.
477- 2153 or:
, 4 Yamaha RT100
'99-Dirt bike, exc
cond. Great begin-
ner bike, $800.
(912)576- 5007
Dd Yamaha Vstar
'00-650, 8265 miles,
Custom paint,
saddlebags, high-
way bar, sissy bar &
more $4000 OBO.
777- 2850

S4 Tires & Rims
p205/75/R15, 15k, 6
lug, fits Colorado /
Japanese pickup.
$125 Call (904)879- 2992
L 4 Tires Size 235, 65,
R17 Less than 5k
mi, $350 OBO.
542- 2445X- 118
SDodge Ram-Stock
17"-Tires & wheels
(4), less than 10k
mi. Tire size:
P245/70R17, exc cond,
$350. (904)535 0002
t Leer Camper
Shell-Silver, over
rail, fits 1997 to
2003, F150 short
bed, locks light clamps,
$450. 728- 8669
SNew 15" Tires Fit
Explorer, Suzuki
Vitara. $90.
317- 6618. Lye msg.
6 VW Engine-Big
Bore, 92mm, cam,
oversized intake
valves, oil sump,
filter, plus more, $1200.
(904)781- 1532

- '85, V8, looks and runs
good, $5000 obo. 646- 0706

Automobile -

C heavy Corvette '85
Targa Top, Runs
great, asking $7500
0 BO. Call 866- 7431.
Must Sell

1 owner, garaged, loaded,
51K mi,$8K; Ph.502- 7343
Chevy Malibu '98
Auto, 4 cyl, 2.4L,
4dr, New tires &
battery, runs great,
$3400 OBO. (904)708- 5530.
(904)278- 5224

Chrysler Sebring
Convertible b97-47k
miles, super clean,
612- 9998

4 Chrysler PT
,T Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4 cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, fin, $12,000.
908- 3950
'02 LXI Convert. Loaded
Lthr, 52k. $9975. 699- 9669
4 Chrysler PT
Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, $12,000. Call
Erin 908- 3450

,,Honda Accord
S '03-EX, V6, Loaded,
DVD, 6CD player,
sunroof, new tires,
44k miles, exc cond,
$16,195 Call (904)874- 5542

4 Infiniti 130 '97-Gold,
4 dr, Loaded, New
tires, $4900 OBO
(912)510- 7215/
(912)467- 3348
SEDAN '03. 4dr,
white/tan. $16,990
4 Jaguar XJ6
'94-155k, loaded,
runs, exc cond, New
Tires, $4500. Call
294- 8186

LEXUS ES300'02
Silver w/Gray Leather,
Loaded, 58K miles.
$17,975. Call 777- 9119
Blue/gray leather. 39,400
miles. $10,975. 674- 4444
N, Mercedes Benz C240
'03 Silver Beauty,
Sunroof, disc
changer, deluxe
package. Great Ride.
$19,500 OBO. 505- 4780

Mitsubishi Eclipse
'01-Spyder, 83k
miles, red, runs
great, brand new
top, $7500 OBO 270- 7068
GXE '06. Fully
equipped. $18,990
Nissan Altima '97-
S$6800, 4dr, blue,
runs great, cold AC,
Call RJ.
(912)510- 7215 or 467- 3348
Must Sell.
21 kmi, fully loaded,
$22Kobo. 386- 365- 7890
Nissan Sentra '89
New front end,
struts & tires, 60k
on new engine.
$1850 268- 7262

SNissan Sentra '05- 4
cyl, sedan, 4d, 1.8s,
tinted windows, CD,
theft recovery,
moving must sell, call
491- 1996 $12,000
Pontiac Sunfire "03, Exc
Cond., 49Kmi, Blue,
5spd. owner pregnant, a
steal @ $5400 904- 673- 7575
SPontiac Bonneville
Brougham '76- 46k,
original miles, looks
& runs great, all
pwr options work, Clas-
sic, $7000. (904)803- 6283
GTP '03 Red, leather,
moonroof, loaded, 69K
miles. $11,975. 674- 4444
RERA '99, red, Trip-
tronic 5sp Auto, 61k mi,
perfect and garaged,
$34,900 obo. 904- 316- 9746
4dr, AT/AC, loaded. 66K
miles. $9975. 425- 4320
06 Coupe. Black,
sunroof, CD. $16,990
Antique, purple. Less than
20K mi. Tinted windows,
new stereo, runs great,

TrucksVans, SUVs '0- 05

1$0 DOWN
Chris 662-0726

Champigne w/Beige
Leather, Loaded, Mint.
$15,975. Call 777- 9119
'02 AWD. White diamond,
loaded, moonroof,49K mi.
Perfect! $29,975. 699- 9669
L Chevy Blazer
'99-V6, 4dr, Ithr, 90k
mi, silver, $5k OBO.
AMust Sell
(912)510- 7215/
(912)467- 3348

S RADO '05 Extra
cab. Only 6000
miles. $14,990

,, Chevy Silverado '06
Crewcab, 4x4, 16k
miles, 9 in lifts,
fully loaded, $27,999
Call Adam, 568- 8090

4 Chevy Suburban
LTX '06-Black
leather, DVD, nay,
Sunroof, must sell,
40k OBO, any questions
call (904)234- 2337
'01 Crew Cab. Loaded,
55K mi. $11,975.674- 4444
S Dodge Magnum
SXT '05-Upgraded,
V6, Black, Grey
Lthr, 6 CD, Like
New, Factory Warranty,
Must Sell! $17,500.
(843)- 408- 6897
Dodge Ram '91 4x4,
LE, 360, V8, 142kmi,
clean, runs great,
$7900. Call Neil at
(904)294- 8188
o Dodge Ram
'05-1500, Off Rd
Pkg, Loaded, Like
New, Many extras,
20k miles, TOP Call
Keith (912)673- 6303
SFord Expedition
'02-Eddie Bauer,
SGreat Cond, 69k
Smiles, 6 disc CD,
tow pkg, Call 334- 1328,
$15k OBO.
Ford Explorer '97
Fully loaded, exc-
cond $4,870 OBO.
Eric: (904)945- 1246
or (912) 576- 4284

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

, Ford F-150 '00-XLT,
silver/grey, 145k mi,
cold air, premium,
sound w/pioneer
tuner, new tires. Blue
boko $6500, $6200.
(912)882- 7282
FORD F-150- '99, XLT,
exc cond, ext cab, bur-
gandy, $7800 230- 8416
after 6pm

Stepside Quad Cab
V6, AT, AC, loaded,
TV/DVD, Nay., X clean.
$10,975. Call 674- 4444

& GMC Yukon SLT '01
$14k OBO. z71, 4x4,
L trailering pkg,
loaded, immaculate
cond, 121k highway
miles, (912)729- 4103

4 Isuzu Rodeo '01 4x4,
LS, tow pkg, key-
less entry, 143k,
runs very good,
Must Sell, $4300 OBO
(904)803- 6283

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

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

'05. Silver/gray int
fully equipped. $53,990

NISSAN P/U '97, runs
great, $2500 obo. Call
349- 7121

$3700 OBO
(904) 962-2029

loaded. 58,300 mi. Very
clean. $10,975. 674- 4444

Leather, loaded,
CD. Only $25,990

Toyota Tundra
'00-ExC condition,
has all mainte-
nance rewards.
$12,500 OBO Call
269- 2258

1500. White, V8, AT, AC,
Only $5975. 674- 4444

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

AT, all pwr, 38k mi, 14' box,
dually hi top, LWB, $31,900,
363- 9901

Van loaded,
including power
slide doors.
One owner
Motivated Seller
Call for details
S318- 5478

4 Mercury Villager
'00- Sport minivan,
97k miles, 3rd seat,
runs and looks
awesome, $6400. OBO
(904)655- 0486

Silhouette '97 GLS
1 Van, Good running
condition, Cold AC,
leather, quad seating,
$3900 Call 992- 6877 or
294- 3564

Mitsubishi Eclipse
Spyder GT '01-
1Maroon, fair condii-
ton, 83kmi, auto,
$7500 firm. (904)476- 3639

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

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

p Car/SUV Top Car-
rier-20 cu ft. Sport,
20- SV, from Sears.
O Paid $200, will sell
for $125 OBO. 294- 9950/
483- 8841

Thank you!
Besides protecting our
country, military
personnel stationed in
our communities
donated 505,907
hours of volunteer
service in Northeast
Florida and Southeast
Georga last year.Their
time was given to
organizations, church
groups, wuth activities,
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