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Creation Date: July 28, 2005
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Fund Drive Ends
Goal Exceeded for NMCRS
Page 3

Summer Camp
Kids Learn About Nature At Park
Pages 8-9

Get Shipshape
Program Teaches Healthy Weight Loss
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TOUCI Mullen takes reins as CNO

I ByJ02(AW) Cassandra Thompson
O Special Contributor

Cycle to the Shore
Join Team Navy jax
Team Navy Jax is look-
ing for additional cyclists
to participate in the 19th
annual MS 150 Bike Tour
Sept. 17-18. This is a non-
profit fund-raising event for
the National Multiple
Sclerosis Society. This
year's ride will take cyclists
from St. Augustine to
Daytona Beach and back
to St. Augustine away from
high-traffic areas and
along the beautiful east
coast of North Florida. For
further information, call
Miriam Gallet at 635-1654.

Blood donors
The Florida Georgia
Blood Alliance (FGBA) is
specifically looking for
those donors with A nega-
tive blood type for a spe-
cial recipient.
If you have this blood
type and can donate, the
next place the FGBA
Bloodmobile will visit NAS
Jax is the Naval Hospital
Aug. 9 from 8 a.m. to 1
For a complete list of
sites the FGBA Blood-
mobile will visit here, see
the Aug. 4 Jax Air News.
For more information, call
Bill Schroeder at 353-
8263. Other blood types
are always needed as

Marine Corps half
marathon set
Attention all runners.
The Marines have landed
again. The second annual
Jacksonville Marine Corps
Half Marathon and Free-
dom 5K Run will be held
Oct. 1, at 7 a.m.
The race course will
begin at the Veterans Me-
morial Wall on the west
side of Alltel Stadium and
finish at Metropolitan Park.
To participate in the 13.1-
mile race or the Freedom
5K, sign up at any of the
three 1st Place Sports
locations or log on to
until Sept. 30.
Race-day registration
will begin at 5:30 a.m. at
the Veterans Memorial
Race profits will be do-
nated to Freedom Alliance
Scholarship Fund, provid-
ing scholarships to depen-
dent children of service
members from all the
branches of the military,
who have been killed or
permanently disabled in
the line of duty.
Cash prizes will be
awarded to top finishers.

In a star-studded ceremony that
featured dignitaries from around
the world and chief of naval oper-
ations (CNOs) from numerous coun-
tries, Adm. Mike Mullen relieved
Adm. Vern Clark and became the U.S.
Navy 28th CNO.
The event, filled with all of the
pomp and circumstance that naval
tradition dictates was held at the U.S.
Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.
Friday. Guest speakers included
Secretary of Defense Donald
Rumsfeld and Secretary of the Navy
(SECNAV) Gordon England.
Mullen received words of confidence
from Rumsfeld, who cited Mullen's
extensive experience in command
positions. "Mike we are confident that
you will keep the Navy moving for-
ward smartly," he said.
The selection of Mullen last March
to relieve Clark came as no surprise
to military insiders. Both men have
been committed at their respective
levels to transforming the Navy into a
more viable and efficient organiza-
Reduction of force, reorganization
and operational readiness have been
trademarks of both their careers. The
enhancement and development of
Navy Sailors has also been a key
focus in the both Mullen's and Clark's
command climates.
In fact, last March, while still serv-
ing as Commander, Naval Forces
Europe, Mullen said that among his
top priorities was "to develop the lead-

Since leaving NAS Jackson-
ville for their worldwide
deployment on May 26, the
"Pelicans" of VP-45 have been
doing some amazing things.
Seven combat aircrews have
been keeping P-3's in the air
around the clock in support of
Operations Iraqi Freedom and
Enduring Freedom, as well as
accomplishing various surface
sea control missions in the
Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman.
Operating out of the blistering
heat of Bahrain, Africa and
Afghanistan, these missions are
done in support of the global war
on terrorism and are very impor-
tant for providing safety to the
troops fighting on the ground and
preventing blue water terrorist
operations. As important as these
aircrews are in making these
missions a success, not a single
one of these missions could be
done without the outstanding
daily support provided by the
Pelican maintenance team.
The Fifth Fleet "Pelican" main-
tenance team, led by Aviation
Maintenance Officer Lt. Cmdr.
Ron White and AVCM Mark
Mavity, has continued to keep
the bar set high for patrol
squadrons everywhere. Having'
left Jacksonville with a second
consecutive nomination for the
CPRW-11 Golden Wrench Award
for Maintenance Excellence, they
have kept the "Pelicans" flying
high with a 100 percent mission
completion rate in the Central
Command Area of Responsibility
(CENTCOM AOR). "My hat is off
to the hardworking maintainers
of this squadron who have kept
our aircraft flying. It is because
of their dedication that we have
had such a high level of opera-
tional success on this deploy-

ership potential in every man and
woman serving in Navy Europe. No-
thing else we accomplish no other
priority we pursue is of much conse-
quence if we do not have sound and
effective leadership in place to enact
Born in Los Angeles, Mullen holds a
bachelor's degree in naval science
from the U.S. Naval Academy and a
master's degree in operation's
research from the Naval Postgraduate
School, Monterey, Calif.
He is also a 1991 graduate of the
Harvard Business School Advanced
Management Program. Among his
tours of duty are Commander, U.S.
2nd Fleet/Commander, NATO
Striking Fleet Atlantic and
Commander, U.S. Naval Forces
Europe. As Commander, NATO
Striking Fleet Atlantic, he was
responsible for providing overall com-
mand, operational control and coordi-
nation of U.S. naval forces in the
European area of responsibility.
His other assignments include com-
mand of the USS Noxubee (AOG 56),
USS Goldsborough (DDG 20) and USS
Yorktown (CG 48). He has also com-
manded Cruiser-Destroyer Group Two
and the George Washington Battle
Group. His shore-based commands
include duty on the staffs of the SEC-
NAV and CNO.
Clark, who is moving to Phoenix,
Ariz., with his wife, Connie, had diffi-
culty quelling the audience's applause
as he took to the podium. The guest

See CNO, Page 13

Photos courtesy of VP-45
AD3 Darium Woodard buttons up
an access panel after working on a
P-3 engine.
ment. Our mission accomplish-
ment is a direct result of what
they do on a daily basis, so we
are very fortunate to have such
an outstanding maintenance
department," commented Com-
manding Officer Cmdr. Bill
With no hangar in which they
can work on the
aircraft, the main-
tainers perform
the maintenance
in the open air on
the parking ramps,
where the temper-
atures can rise to
120 degrees and
the desert winds
can bring stinging
Taking every mea-
sure to protect
themselves from
the elements,
these hard-charg-
ing Sailors forge AD2 Jessica B
ahead in typical the number 3

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Photo by Daniel McLain
Secretary of the Navy Gordon England administers the Oath of Office
to Adm. Mike Mullen. Mullen relieved Adm. Vern Clark as Chief of
Naval Operations during a late-morning ceremony Friday at the U.S.
Naval Academy.

New tool



Service members can

place 'active-duty'

alert on credit report

From the Federal Trade Commission
Members of the military now
have a way to help minimize
the risk of identity theft while
they are deployed.
An "active-duty" alert on a credit
report requires creditors to take extra
steps to verify a person's identity before
granting credit in their name. When
military personnel ask for an "active-
duty" alert, they receive a copy of their
credit score, and their names are
removed from prescreen offer lists for
credit cards or loans.
The Federal Trade Commission has
issued a Consumer Alert, available at
ts/dutyalrt.htm, describing how mili-
tary personnel can place the alerts on
their report, and what happens when
there is an alert.
Military personnel can put an alert
on their credit report when they are
away from their usual duty station. The
"active-duty" alerts are designed to help
reduce the risk of identity theft by mak-
ing it more difficult to grant credit to
the deployed member of the armed
forces while they are away. Anyone with
a credit inquiry may try to contact the
military person directly, but because
this may be impossible while they are
deployed, the law allows members of
See FTC, Page 13

AM2 Jeremy Harver makes a
repair on the left wing.
Pelican fashion everyday under
these extreme conditions to keep
the aircrews flying. At times
being a "groundpounder" can be a
thankless job, but each aircrew-
man is thankful for the dedica-
tion and skills of the true profes-
sionals on the ground turning
Maintenance personnel who
have spent their first month and
a half of deployment in Africa
and Afghanistan have started
the process of rotating through
Bahrain where they will contin-
ue the maintenance of the P-3C
aircraft. As they pick up where
the others have left off, there is
no doubt that they will carry on
the Pelicans tradition of mainte-
nance excellence.

Brown removes a hatch underneath

'Pelican' maintenance

taking care of business

in the Middle East
By Lt. j.g. Dennis Smith
VP-45 PAO -f

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2 JaXJUr N WS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 28, 2005


Buyers beware: Know your benefits

From the Navy College Office
recently, the Navy College has
received several complaints
from Sailors regarding compa-
nies that advertise "educational servic-
es" and sell CLEP study guides, ency-
clopedias and other materials to
unsuspecting service members.
They often appeal to the service
member's sense of responsibility to
their children offering materials to
improve school performance.
These companies have set up kiosks
in malls, worked military housing
areas selling door-to-door, and some
have set up in front of Navy
Exchanges. Some of the salesmen are
retired senior enlisted who understand
the military system and take advan-
tage of their affiliation with the mili-
tary to gain the trust of their cus-
tomers. Some have claimed affiliation
with military education programs.
Service members do not have to sign
a contract and pay $2,000 or more to a
company to purchase CLEP study
materials and encyclopedias. There are
CLEP test preparatory materials
available through the Navy College,
public libraries and college bookstores.
CLEP exams reflect introductory col-
lege courses. Examinees should check
with a local college to see what text is
being used to teach in the course you
hope to take a test for. More often than
not, appropriate study materials are
available to service members for free!
According to the Educational Testing
Service (ETS), unauthorized agents
have used the CLEP name to market

study aids and other materials for
high profit. These materials are inade-
quate for preparation and claims made
by these agents are patently false.
Candidates are misled into signing
contracts and then pressured to reim-
burse or threatened with destruction
of their credit rating. Companies may
give the false impression that
DANTES, the Navy College, ETS, or
the College Board sanctions their com-
panies' activities.
Service members should be aware,
that the Navy College does not charge
for any of the programs or services
that are provided. We do not sell any
materials for profit or by contract.
For more information log on to the
ETS Web site http://www.college-
Why do these scams persist? Often
the individuals who purchase these
materials have a desire to earn a quick
and easy college degree. The persua-
sive salespeople prey on that desire
and may use misleading ads or claims
to gain the individual's trust.
Finally, these individuals often have
no knowledge on college accreditation
or the programs and benefits available
to them through the Navy College.
Service members are encouraged to
see their Navy College counselor or
command financial advisor before
signing any contracts.
Additionally, these companies may
have no authority to sell on base or a
license to operate in the state. Any
time you sign a contract to purchase
goods or services, be especially wary if


Hurricanes, Soldiers and electricians

are a reminder to be thankful

By Sarah Smiley
,Special Contributor
I'd never been so hot in
all my life. If anyone
saw, I didn't care. I
shamelessly sprawled out
like a Golden Retriever on
the marble slab in front of
-ur fireplace and fanned
.myself with paper folded
like an accordion. My son
-Owen (2) ran through the
house wearing only a diaper,
.and Ford (4) asked, "Why
,didn't the Navy send us
-somewhere without hurri-
It all started two weeks
- ago, when Hurricane Dennis
"began his descent upon us,
and the only thing I knew to
be grateful for was the fact
that Dustin wasn't required
to fly away any aircraft this
-time. My mother-in-law had
-just come into town for a
visit, and while I should
have been playing hostess,
instead I spent most of the
time bottled up in my own
>head, singing the Clash's
"Should I Stay or Should I
Go?" over and over again.
To evacuate or not to evac-
uate? That was the ques-
tion. Could I really load two
kids, a puppy and a mother-
in-law into our five-person

car and drive to who-knows-
Well, when a Category-4
storm is headed your way, a
person finds incredible
strength to do anything.
And, I do mean anything.
By Friday night, less than
48 hours after my mother-
in-law's arrival, the six of us
(me, Dustin, the kids, my
mother-in-law, and the dog)
were escaping the storm at
my grandmother Doris'
"retirement home" in
Birmingham, Ala.
Picture toddlers running
down a quiet hallway with a
pVppy nipping at their
heels, weaving in and out of
grandmothers and grandfa-
thers with walkers, and you
get an idea of what my
weekend was like. There we
were, crammed into a one-
bedroom "model retirement
apartment," and at some
point, I actually began to
look forward to the prospect
of Bingo on Sunday.
We drove back home after
the storm on Monday to sur-
vey the damage, which was
minimal on our property.
But the electricity was out,
and a nasty rumor circulat-
ed throughout the neighbor-
hood that we might be with-
out power for two weeks.

Tuesday night (when our
house became unbearably
hot and humid) was when I
found myself crawling on
the ground looking for a cool
spot...just like a dog. I did-
n't sleep. Not even a wink.
And at 3 a.m., I accused
Dustin of being the "only
man on the block who didn't
buy his family a generator."
(What can I say? Tempers
flare with the heat.)
The next morning, Dustin
went to Home Depot and
bought a generator, a win-
dow air-conditioning unit,
and a small fan. "Now that
I've bought all this," he said,
"the power's sure to come
"Yes, but you saved our
marriage," I told him.
(Electricity was restored
that night.)
Honestly, Dennis wasn't
as hard on us as Ivan was,
but nevertheless, I've grown
weary of evacuations, fallen
trees, and boxes of "emer-
gency gear" featured in the
entrance of Target. I'm tired
of the heat and such nui-
sances as a slow Internet
connection and unreliable
phone lines.
But, at the height of my
misery, when my mother-in-
law was leaving, she dis-

tractedly said something to
no one in particular that I'll
never forget: "If we're this
hot and tired, imagine how
the troops in Iraq feel."
Thinking about our serv-
ice members overseas, with
their heavy gear, cumber-
some boots and that many
of them are sleeping in
tents, suddenly made the
humidity a little more bear-
able. The moment our power
was restored and I saw the
ceiling fan in our bedroom
slowly wind up again; I
thought I would never lose
that intoxicating sense of
appreciation. If there had
been an electrician outside
our door, I would have run
out and hugged him.
Yet this, morning, two
weeks later, I caught myself
grumbling about having no
cell phone connection. And
yesterday, I left all the lights
in the house on, without
even thinking about it.
How soon we all forget.
How quickly appreciation
dissipates until the next
storm comes our way. Or,
until the service member in
Iraq is one of our own.

Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-

a salesman fails to tell you how to can-
cel the contract or about the cooling-off
period within which you can cancel the
Always get a copy of the contract you
sign and document in writing verbal
promises of salesperson. Make certain
there is contact information for the
salesman, the company and that the
cancellation policy and process is
clearly spelled out. If you choose to
cancel a contract you must do so in
writing and get a written verification
that the cancellation has been accept-
Verbal cancellations may not hold
up. If you think you have been misled,
induced by fraud or unscrupulous
practices to enter into a contract, seek
legal advice. The consumer may have
the contract set aside. If you're in the
military, contact your base legal officer
as well as your Navy College Office.
While selling these materials is not
illegal, service members should under-
stand that these products are not nec-
essary to be successful with the CLEP
program and they are incurring a debt
that for services and materials that
are readily available for free. Before
purchasing any materials to help you
prepare for the various testing pro-
grams offered by the Navy College -
ask us about preparation materials.
If you feel you have been scammed -
alert Jeff Hiller of the college board at
212-713-8064 or by email at
jhiller@collegeboard.org. You may
want to file a complaint with the
Federal Trade Commission at:
www.ftc.gov or 877-FTC-HELP.

Hey, MoneyMan:
It seems everywhere I
look there is someone offer-
ing the military some kind
of special deal. Many
stores offer military dis-
counts and even the news-
papers and TV offer special
deals to the military.
Just this past week I
have seen information on
companies such as Military
Financial, Loans for
Military, Navy Mutual Aid,
Navy One Source, Omni
Military Loans, Pioneer
Military Loans, Navy
Federal Credit Union, and
My chief told me I should
look out for some of these
companies because they
will rip me off. How do you
know the good ones from
the bad?
MoneyMan Sez:
Great question! The
"good" ones want you to
know that they are there to
support our military per-
sonnel and the "not-so-
good" ones want to confuse
you by having nice mili-

tary-sounding names.
My best advice is to thor-
oughly check any of them
out before you sign on the
dotted line. Some of the
ones you mentioned such as
Navy Mutual Aid, Navy
Federal Credit Union and
Navy One Source are great.
Some of the others are on
your list too.
One of the newest
resources is the Military
One Source or Navy One
Source. This organization
can be reached by going to
www.navyonesource.com or
by calling 800-540-4123.
This organization basical-
ly augments our Fleet and
Family Support Centers
and they are available 24/7.
They have information on a
seemingly unlimited range
of topics including educa-
tion, retirement, financial
planning, legal issues, and
family readiness.
In the financial area
alone they offer information
on budgeting, saving and
investing, credit collections,
home buying, taxes, and

financial emergencies. Best
of all, it is at no cost to you!
The price is right and the
information is very helpful.

Give it a shot! I think you
will like it.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.

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You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant Worship
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-10:45
a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Fditorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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.S..... ..
Job title/command:

Hometown: Jacksonville

Family Life: I enjoy spending time with my

Past Duty Stations: Great Lakes, Ill., San

Career Plans: To complete 21 years in the
Naval Reserves in 2007 and return to school.

Most Interesting Experience: Spending
time in Biloxi, Miss. and on the Gulf Coast.

Words of Wisdom: You never appreciate
something to its fullest until its gone, so enjoy
it while you can.

Special discount offered
From the USO
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is providing service men
and women a new way to enjoy their favorite
outdoors activities.
The FWC is now offering a Military Gold
Sportsman's License to active duty and retired mili-
tary who are stationed in Florida or have lived in
the state for six months and claim Florida as their
primary residence.
The reduced-fee annual license ($20) offers the
same privileges as the traditional Gold Sportsman's
License ($83.50). It includes hunting, saltwater
fishing and freshwater fishing licenses and wildlife
management area, archery, muzzle loading gun,
turkey, Florida waterfowl, snook and crawfish per-
The Military Gold Sportsman's Licenses are only
available at tax collectors' offices. Those wishing to
purchase one must show their military ID cards
plus a Florida driver's license or orders showing
they are stationed in Florida. More information
about hunting and fishing in Florida is available at

JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 28, 2005 3

NMCRS Fund Drive ends; goal exceeded

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
his year's highly successful Navy-
Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive has concluded
and thanks to all those involved and the
generosity of all who donated, Commander,
Navy Region Southeast has exceeded their
goal for the fourth consecutive year.
"This year's NMCRS fund drive was a
smashing success! We exceeded last year's
fund drive total by almost 10 percent and
raised a total of $364,747. More than 30
com-mands had successful fund drives that
met or exceeded both their contact and
monetary goals," said Lt. Kalan McEuen,
Navy Region Southeast's NMCRS Fund
Drive chairperson and a pilot at VP-30.
"VP-30 topped the list for total money
raised with a whopping $97,018 from allot-
ments, car raffle ticket sales, and the
annual golf tournament," he added.
VP-30 was followed by NAS Key West,
Fla. with $26,931, NS Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba with $22,054, and Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
Jackson-ville with $21,402.
"This year's fund drive surpassed its goal
of $255,940 by 43 percent. The 2004 fund
drive total of $332,691.31 was smashed by
this year's total of $363,747, the largest
amount collected to date for CNRSE. This
represents a 9.3 percent increase over last

year's record setting collection," said
McEuen, proudly. "The region contacted 94
percent of its personnel during this year's
drive beating the 2004 fund drive total of
92 percent."
The NAS Jacksonville fund drive was
also successful. The NAS Jax numbers
were equally impres-sive. The NAS Jax
goal of $204,446 was surpassed by 45 per-
cent for a total of $296,586. This repre-
sents a 9.7 percent increase over the 2004
NAS Jax collection of $270,304," added
McEuen. "This is a tremendous accom-
plishment and one that will help to sup-
port our fellow Sailors, Marines and their
family members in times of need."
The annual fund drive is held each year
in an effort to generate donations to bene-
fit our local NMCRS. Donations are
obtained through a variety of ways. Each
command designates a key person who is
responsible for personally contacting every
individual within their command to inform
them of what the NMCRS does and how
they can help. Commands also hold
fundraisers such as the annual VP-30 golf
tournament, raffles, car washes, bake sales
and chili cook-offs.
"Capt. Richard Heimerle, commanding
officer of VP-30 and his team broke all
records in supporting NMCRS. That single
command hit almost 300 percent of their
financial goal. The amount collected over-
all was the largest amount we've ever had

in the 12 years I've been director here,"
remarked NMCRS Director Dave Faraldo.
"Of course, all the money collected will go
right back into the hands of our Sailors
and Marines and their families who have
financial needs. The NMCRS is the best
example I can think of in demonstrating
how our Sailors and Marines take care of
each other."
Last year, the local NMCRS provided
over $1.3 million in assistance and accord-
ing to Faraldo; it's likely they will exceed
that amount this year. Whether it's for car
repairs, emergency travel, food or just

Commander, Navy
Region Southeast
(CNRSE) Rear Adm.
Annette E. Brown pres-
ents Lt. Kalan McEuen,
CNRSE Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) Fund Drive
chairperson, with the
Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal for
his hard work and dedi-
cation coordinating this
year's fund drive during a
luncheon July 6. McEuen
was also presented a
NMCRS Distinguished
Service Award.

Photo courtesy of VP-30
everyday household bills, the NMCRS are
there to help.
Founded in 1904, the NMCRS is spon-
sored by the Department of the Navy and
operates nearly 250 offices ashore and
afloat at Navy and Marine Corps bases
throughout the world.
This private, non-profit, charitable
organization has helped more than four
million people by giving more than 100 bil-
lion dollars in loans and grants to those in
For more information on what the
NMCRS offers, call 542-3515.

Sailor says 'thank you'


Photo by JO1 Mike England
Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment, Jacksonville Sailor AZI(AW) Burnett Dozier stopped by the NAS
Jacksonville Fire Department Headquarters Friday to thank the medical technicians and firefighters who saved his life
July 8. Dozier suffered a massive heart attack that morning which sent him into cardiac arrest. The group of Navy med-
ical technicians and firefighters who rushed to the scene were able to revive him and get him to Shands Jacksonville
Trauma Center in time to undergo a life-saving heart operation. "Thank you all very much. Because of all of you, I'm here
today. I thank you and my family thanks you," Dozier said. HM3 Patrick Sorrentino enjoyed meeting Dozier and said he
wished he could meet more his patients. "Getting awards is nice and all, but seeing him here today breathing is reward
enough." From left, Firefighter Tracy Tomes, AM1 (AW) Jackie Zumback, Emergency Dispatcher Greta Simcoe, HM3
Patrick Sorrentino, Firefighter Tracy Canick, Dozier, Lt. Billy Brown and Firefighter Nathan Hutchinson.

Naval aviatior dies in crash

From Commander, Strike
Fighter Wing Pacific Fleet
Two Super Hornets
based at NAS Le-
moore, Calif. experi-
enced a mid-air collision
while on a routine training
mission July 18, killing one
naval aviator and injuring
Lt. Bruce Clark of Orange
Park, Fla., age 31, died in
the incident.
Lt. Noel Sawatzky and
Lt. John Bonenfant were
recovered by search and
rescue crews July 18 and
were taken to the Kern
Medical Center in
Bakersfield, Calif.
The mishap occurred in a
remote training area, about
35 miles northeast of
Ridgecrest, Calif., over the


Lt. Bruce Clark
Naval Air Weapons Station
China Lake.
The aircraft involved
were a F/A-18E and a F/A-
18F Super Hornet from
The cause of the incident
is under investigation.

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CNRSE bids farewell to

By Miriam S. Gallet
or Eileen Wadding, a
paralegal at Com-
mander, Navy Region
Southeast (CNRSE) Staff
Judge Advocate's Office,
Aug. 2 will bring about an
array of bittersweet emo-
tions. On Tuesday, Wadding
will retire after 38 years of
honorable and faithful
service to her country, leav-
ing a legacy for others to
"I entered the federal
civil service during the
Vietnam Conflict and now
I'm leaving it with our
Sailors fighting a war in
Iraq and scattered all over
in order to protect our free-
doms," said Wadding.
"Leaving my co-workers
and friends is not going to
be easy. My fondest memo-
ries of the past 38 years
are of the people I worked
with. The friendships and
camaraderie are something
that cannot be measured.
When I look back, I can
actually recall the faces of
all 10 admirals and 11 staff
judge advocates I have had
the pleasure of serving,"
she added.
Wadding, a native of
Chicago, was raised in
Kincaid, Ill. and graduated
from SouthFork Commu-
nity High School in 1955,
where she still plays a role.
"I can't believe it has been
50 years since I graduated
from high school. I'm the

Official U.S. Navy Photo
Commander Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) Paralegal
Specialist Eileen Wadding (second from left) enjoys the cama-
raderie of friends and co-workers during the college gradua-
tion of CNRSE LN1 Jondell Ritchie last summer. From left,
CNRSE Paralegal Linda Fleming, Wadding, Ritchie and retired
Lt. Cmdr. Ruth Thompson, a former CRNSE officer.

class president and still
take care of record-keeping
and other class activities,"
Wadding said.
Even though it has been
nearly four decades since
she became a civil servant,
Wadding recalls her first
assignment like it was yes-
terday. "My first assign-
ment was as a GS-3 at
Naval Air Technical Train-
ing Center (NATTC), where
I worked in the manpower
section crunching numbers
for up to 3,000 students,"
she recalled. "Back then, I
was making $2,200 a year."
Her efficiency and devotion
soon earned her a promo-

tion to GS-4 and, in 1973,
she was awarded the pres-
tigious Navy Meritorious
Civilian Service Award.
"The mid-70s were days
of uncertainty. People think
reduction-in-force (RIF) is
a new thing in the military.
However, when NATTC
was disestablished in 1973
and certain areas of
responsibility moved to
Millington, Tenn., I was
probably the last civilian to
be placed in a new job at
NAS Jax," Wadding said.
"I knew the job I was
doing at NATTC was being
reassigned to the Personnel
Support Department (PSD)

Wadding after 38 years
and where it would become However, I was glad the career-related volun-
a civilian billet. I held out day I was promoted to GS- teerism, Wadding has been
for that job and it paid off," 12. The road was long, but active in her church and
she added. "At that time, it paid off," she continued, community and looks for-
PSD was moving into the According to co-worker ward to doing more once
admin spaces that where Linda Fleming, Wadding retired. "My husband and I
occupied by NATTC. I was has been an inspiration,` plan to travel. I also hope
able to stay at my same "I'm very sad to see Eilee to catch up on reading and
desk and keep the same go. She is a gpod friend and cross-stitching she said
phone number and the a mentor. She hired and cg
department literally moved taught me everything I- cheerfully.
in around me." know, including life les- "I have a number of proj-
By 1981, Wadding was a sons," stated Fleming. ects I'm anxious to get
GS-5 at the Commander, Wadding's cooperation, started on, including a
Sea Based Wings Atlantic loyalty and volunteerism family cookbook and work-
Staff Judge Advocate's distinguished her from the ing more on my family his-
Office. "I was encouraged to rest and earned her many tory. I still keep in contact
apply for the GS-5 posi- accolades. She has been the with friends I made when I

tion," she said. "The parale- region's voting assistance started work at NATTC
gal series was fairly new officer since 1992, testify- and others from over the
and I believe I was the sec- ing before the Election years and hope o see more
ond paralegal on base. This Reform Committee in of them now," she added.
job opened many doors and Jacksonville in 2001. Wadding is married
created many opportuni- In 1992, she received the Wadding is married to
ties, which I took advan- Equal Opportunity Adviso- Bill and together they have
tage of, including becoming ry Committee Member of seven children. "Between
a volunteer mediator with the Year and was selected us we have 13 grandchil-
the Florida State as CHWA Civilian of the dren and five great grand-
Attorney's Office in 1987." Year in 1993. Wadding also children that fill our lives
"CNRSE is fairly a new served as the recorder for with great joy," Wadding
command that evolved the Armed Forces Discipli- said proudly.
when Commander, Naval nary Control Board for 18 "Leaving the Navy after
Base Jacksonville was dis- years and the staff notary 38 years will certainly be
established. Before that, it public for the past 15 tough. Nevertheless, I take
was called Commander, years, performing more with me great memories,
Naval Activities Jackson- than 700 notaries, includ- wonderful friendships and
ville and prior to that, it ing five marriages, above all, a lifetime of
was know as Commander, When asked who she riences. I have enjoyed
Helicopter Wings Atlantic credits for her success, r I h service
(CHWLA)," she explained. Wadding replied, "My my years of civil service.
"I have been part of the mother, for instilling in me But now I am ready for
team for a long time and a good work ethic, to retirement," Wadding con-
have witnessed many always do what was right, cluded.
changes and experienced to follow the golden rule CNRSE will honor
the growing pains that and to be a good listener. Wadding at a farewell
went along with it. In addition to all of her luncheon Aug. 2.

VS-32 'Maulers' begin work-ups for cruise

By Lt. Helen Watson Maulers will embark aboard plexities of strike warfare Air Wing Fallon, the
VS-32 PAO USS Enterprise for a phase and integrated air wing
aimed at re-familiarizing air strike operations. During See VS-32, Page 13

As of last week, VS-32
had officially begun
peparing for its
Spring 2006 deployment
scheduled. Though recently
busy with various detach-
ments and command evalu-
ations, the "Maulers" are
now formally starting the
hard work necessary to
ready the squadron for the
rigorous demands of six
months at sea.
These preparations, com-
monly referred to as "work-
ups" comprise an intense
schedule of events designed
to prepare the squadron, air
wing, and entire carrier
strike group for deployment.
VS-32 is part of Air Wing
One (CVW-1) and will be
cruising with USS
Enterprise (CVN-65) next
Work-ups are scheduled in
a series of phases that pro-
gressively advance from
small- to large-scale opera-
tirons. For example, the
squadron works to perfect
its tactical capabilities prior
td attempting joint air oper-

nations with the other
squadrons in the air wing.
AM3 Dale Meeker, who com-
pleted a full round of work-
ups with VS-32 for the last
deployment in 2003, said
work-ups are "paramount to
the squadron's operational
The goal of work-ups is to
produce a fully integrated
and mission-capable carrier
air wing and strike group
ready for deployment any-
where in the world for what-
ever operations necessary.
The Maulers last week
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tactical knowledge and
capabilities of the aircrew
through academics, simula-
tor events, and flights that
emulate wartime scenarios.
Following SCARP, the

wing personnel (or introduc-
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shipboard operations.
This at-sea period,
Tailored Ship Training
Availability (TSTA), lasts
approximately four weeks
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practice flying in the unique
carrier environment and the
entire squadron to adjust to
daily life on board a ship.
Simultaneously, ships' per-
sonnel drill constantly to
hone their skills in surface
warfare and seamanship.
After TSTA, the squadron
will detach to Nevada for
about five weeks for a phase
commonly referred to as "Air
Wing Fallon". This detach-
ment is an opportunity for
VS-32 to work with all of
the other squadrons in
CVW-1 and re-familiarize
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Protected by land, sea and air

By101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
After the events of
Sept. 11, 2001, border
protection became an
issue of paramount impor-
tance to the American peo-
Many federal, state and
local agencies play impor-
tant roles in the protection
of our borders, but only one
agency excels in the protec-
tion of land, sea and air.
U.S. Customs and Border
Protection (CBP) Air and
Marine Operations Division
(AMO), formerly known as
the U.S. Customs Service
Air and Marine Interdic-
tion Division, are one of the
most elite law enforcement
agencies in the world.
After the establishment of
the Department of
Homeland Security, 22 dif-
ferent federal agencies have
combined their efforts in the
common mission of protect-
ing the U.S. and its citizens.
The office of AMO is a spe-
cialized unit that serves the
Department of Homeland
Security and many various
federal, state and local law
enforcement entities. AMO
has been awarded the task
of being the primary air and
marine interdiction resource
for the Department of
Homeland Security
The important role of
patrolling our skies and
waterways has been left in
the hands of the AMO.
Currently, AMO's primary
missions are: airspace secu-
rity, air and marine interdic-
tion and marine law
Historically, AMO was
responsible for protecting
the nation's borders from
the smuggling of narcotics
and other contraband with
an integrated and coordi-
nated air and marine inter-
diction force. However, after
9/11, the division's priorities
shifted more towards law
enforcement and security.
NAS Jacksonville Air and

The Jacksonville
Aviation Branch
is located along the
NAS Jax flight line.
It is their operational
nerve center for air
interdictions and

Photo 1Ol Mike England

Marine Operations Branch
Deputy Field Director Jim
Boutte explained the major
impact the new changes
made, "This enabled the
enforcement personnel to
protect the homeland by dis-
mantling organizations that
pose a threat to our security
through illegal alien smug-
gling, threats to our nation's
financial infrastructure,
strategic technology expor-
tation," he said.
NAS Jax plays a key role
in strategic air and marine
operations for AMO. "The
Jax Air and Marine Division
maintains oversight of the
hub facility aboard NAS Jax
as well as aviation an unit
in Tampa and marine inter-
diction units in Clearwater
and Ft. Myers," said Boutte.
The AMO's mission on a
daily basis is to use air and
sea power to protect the
nation, in order to do so
they must use cutting edge
technology and state of the
art aircraft to complete this
task. At NAS Jax, AMO's air
and sea superiority has
been invaluable in
patrolling the coastline from
Virginia to Miami.
Boutte makes the point of
how important the airborne
units are: "The use of an air-
borne platform for surveil-
lance and intelligence gath-
ering is a very powerful tool
and will provide a signifi-
cant force multiplier to the
investigative efforts of CBP
and many federal, state and
local law enforcement agen-
cies," he said.
The value of those units
was apparent when the City
of Jacksonville hosted the
Super Bowl earlier this
year. "Our air and marine
units played an important

role in the Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office's security
plan during the Super
Bowl," Boutte said. "We
worked in conjunction with
many state and local agen-
cies, including the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office,
to make sure things went
according to plan."
The AMO uses many dif-
ferent types of aircraft' to
get the job done including
the P-3 Orion, the Cheyenne
IIIRC, the Hughes 500 heli-
copter, Black Hawk appre-
hension helicopter and the
fast-moving intercept boats,
with their four 225-horse
power engines create the
perfect combination of
longevity, maneuverability,
and speed that the complex
missions require. All of their
aircraft are equipped with
state-of-the-art technology.
In their fleet of P-3's, some
are equipped with AWACS
type radomes to detect air-
borne threats or smugglers.
The Cheyenne IIIRC planes
are the only five existing in
the world, all of which are
stationed aboard NAS Jax.
This Customs High
Endurance Tracker can
carry more fuel, a higher
gross weight, and travels at
altitudes higher than any
other twin-engine turbo
prop aircraft. They are
equipped with Forward
Looking Infrared systems
(FLIR) and fighter type air-
to-air radar systems. The
helicopters are also fitted
with FLIR systems and
other navigational systems.
"The essential role that
these aircraft play is made
clear by the frequency they
are used,' explained Boutte
"We fly more air to air inter-
cept missions than any

A Bureau of
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Super Bowl
Feb. 6.

Photo courtesy of the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement

other organization in the
world. Air and marine oper-
ations are also a vital ele-
ment of the airspace securi-
ty over special events and
the nation's capital.
Combined with the
Federal Protection Service,
air power is used in the
security of federal buildings
across the nation.
"Although we have been
active in this mission profile
since 1994, current world
events have heightened our
dedication to this effort,"
Boutte said.
Projecting such a large
and substantial presence
requires 24-hour surveil-
lance and a relentless group
of professionals. Along the
flight line in a heavily
secured hangar building, all
of the Jacksonville Air
Operation's aircraft are
housed and maintained.
Inside this building the

lower level is occupied by
civilian workers, along with
the Raytheon maintenance
crew that has been contract-
ed by the government to
maintain all the AMO air-
craft aboard the base.
The AMO officers, 90 per-
cent of whom are pilots or
aircrewmen, occupy the
upper level. Many pilots sta-
tioned at the Jacksonville
Air Division are also ex-mil-
itary or reservists, getting
their flight training and
skills from the armed forces.
Those who are not prior mil-
itary pilots earned their
pilot qualifications from a
civilian flight school.
All officers must also
attend and complete a gru-
eling 24-week law enforce-
ment school. This school
trains every candidate in
CBP/AMO to become fully
qualified law enforcement
officers, including pilots

and/or aircrew.
In the fiscal year 2004,
U.S. Customs was responsi-
ble for many significant
seizures. More than 12,000
people were arrested;
167,834 pounds of cocaine
was seized, while 6.4 million
rounds of ammunition and
60 million dollars of coun-
terfeit goods were confiscat-
Boutte explained the
many rewarding aspects of
his work and continuing
dedication of AMO. "The
opportunity to participate id
the task of protecting our
citizens, our homeland, is
unparalleled. It provides
still further incentive to per-
form our mission to excel-
lence knowing that our
efforts are to protect our
very way of life," he conclud-
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Allen to retire from CNATTI

By AEC(AW/SW) Tony Hines
he Center for Naval Avia-
tion Technical Training
Unit Jacksonville will bid
farewell to CWO3 James Allen
during a ceremony today at 10:30
a.m. at the BOQ Pavilion. All
shipmates, past and present are
invited to attend.
A native of Chicago, Ill., Allen
enlisted in the Navy March 2,
1980 and completed recruit train-
ing at RTC San Diego, Calif. In
April 1980, he reported to Naval
Air Technical Training Center
(NATTC) Millington, Tenn. where
he completed Aviation Structural
Mechanic Hydraulics (AMH)
Class "A" School.
Allen reported for his first duty
assignment with the "Hellrazors"

CWO3 James Allen
of VA-174, NAS Cecil Field, where
he served as an aviation structur-
al mechanic hydraulics technician
on the A7-E Corsair aircraft until
March 1983. He then transferred
to VA-81 "Sunliners" where he

served as an A7-E maintenance
technician, flight deck trouble-
shooter, collateral duty inspector,
and assistant work center super-
visor from March 1983 to July
1986. During this tour, he com-
pleted two Mediterranean deploy-
ments on board USS Saratoga.
He then received orders to return
to VA-174, and upon completion
of Instructor Basic Training at
Naval Station Norfolk, Va., he
returned to the "Hellrazors" as an
A7-E airframes hydraulic/pneu-
matic and plane captain instruc-
tor and student training coordi-
After the decommissioning of
VA-174 in July 1988, Allen
returned to NATTC Millington as
an AMH Class "A" School instruc-
tor and barracks company com-
mander. From September 1990 to

March 1994, he was assigned to
VFA-37 "Bulls" as line division
and airframes workcenter super-
visor, quality assurance represen-
tative, flight deck/line coordinator
and maintenance control coordi-
In April 1994, Allen was as-
signed to Naval Air Maintenance
Training Group Detachment,
NAS Cecil Field as an instructor
for FA-18 Hydraulic/Structures
"0" Level Maintenance and
Servo-Cylinder Test Stand
Operator/Maintainer courses, and
Hydraulic/Structures leading
chief petty officer.
After being commissioned and
promoted to CWO2, Allen report-
ed to the "Knighthawks" of VA-
136. There he served as the qual-
ity assurance officer, maintenance
material control officer and assis-

J today
tant maintenance officer. He
deployed with USS John C.
Stennis and USS Dwight D. Ei-
senhower Battle Groups to the
Arabian Gulf in support of
Operations Southern Watch and
Joint Guardian.
Allen's next assignment was
with the Enlisted Placement
Management Center (EPMAC)
where he served as carrier place-
ment distribution officer. Since
reporting to CNATTU Jackson-
ville in January 2004, he has
served as Student Services Unit,
STAR-21 "A" School and MTU
1037 (S-3) department head.
Allen is married to Wendy
Marie, formerly of West Palm
Beach. They plan to reside in the
Jacksonville area after his retire-

Life lessons learned (No. 2 of 3)

By Chaplain
(Lt.) Troy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel

I attended one of the
squadron's Christmas
parties so that I could
bless the food and share the
night with the squadron
and their loved ones. One of
those embarrassing mo-
ments of life would soon
happen to me. I saw the
sign for the restrooms and
entered the one I thought
said "Men's."
As soon as I pushed the
door open and walked a few
steps inside, I was frozen;
there were two women
standing in front of the
mirror fixing their hair.
They turned around and
said, "Chaplain!" My face
turned blood red, I felt
lower than a snake's belly
in a wagon rut. I kept ask-
ing myself, "How could I be
so foolish?" At a time like
this, I sure did not want to
hear a positive quote like:
"The measure of a man is
the way he bears up under

misfortune". Plutarch
In that moment of feeling
like a real louse, as I quickly
backed out the bathroom
door, I looked once again at
the sign on the door. The
sign read, "Men's." Wow! I
did not enter the wrong rest-
room; those two female ship-
mates had made the mis-
take. I calmly knocked upon
the door, and one of the
ladies stuck her head out, at
which time I mentioned that
they had mistakenly entered
the wrong room.
Now, the shoe was on the
other foot, they were the
ones blushing, laughing
with embarrassment as
they begged me, "Please
chaplain, don't let anyone
know about this, please,
Since that day, I always
look twice at bathroom
doors at either the words or
the symbol for male or

I took that embarrassing
moment as a lesson learned
about life.
"In the end it's not the
years in your life that
count. It's the life in your
years."- Abraham Lincoln
From the bathroom
embarrassment, I have
learned that sometimes the
problems given to us by
various people in life are
really not ours to own, nor
to keep. Sometimes, people
will try to weigh other peo-

ple down with guilt and
burdens that really are not
theirs to live under. Have
you ever questioned the
burdens that you are carry-
ing right now? Are they
really yours or has someone
sought out a place to dump
burdens, and you were con-
The stoic philosopher
Epictetus of the second cen-
tury said it best: "There is
only one way to happiness
and that is to cease worry-
ing about things which are
beyond the power of our
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extreme Florida heat

By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Special Contributor

oo often, people exer-
cising or working out-
side underestimate
the perils of summer weath-
er and become victims of
heat illnesses. However, if
particular precautions are
taken, almost anyone can
enjoy outdoor activities safe-
Increases in heat and
humidity increase physical
vulnerability and cause the
human body to work harder
than normal. "On a mild
day, you might be able to
work at 100 percent effort,
but on a hot day, working at
50 percent feels like 100
percent," said Alexa Joy
Sherman recently in Shape
Some people working at
NAS Jax are exposed to
extreme heat daily and still
must deliver maximum
effort. In and out of the sun,.
the gate guards are exposed
to constant heat in Florida's
summer months.
AC3 Roberto Meneses,
who stands watch at the
front gate at NAS Jax,
knows the dangers of heat
exhaustion. He and OS2
Joseph Bonillo are two of
the numerous Sailors who
protect the various
entrances to NAS Jax every
day. Wearing heavy camou-
flage outfits, a bulletproof
vest and carrying weapons
on their belts, these Sailors
must be extra careful.
"The leadership of the
auxiliary security force
requires us to drink plenty
of water while outside. To
avoid heat illnesses during
these hot days, we rotate
and stand half-hour shifts
as gate guards," Meneses
To plan and to make per-
sonnel wary of heat, the
heat index is used to catego-
rize varying levels of severi-
"The heat index scale con-
siders the combined air tem-
perature and moisture
effects on human physiolo-
gy," said Frank Andrews at
the Naval Atlantic
Meteorological and Ocean-
ography Facility (NLMOF)
"The base gym displays
different colored flags that
correspond to the actual
heat index. Green means all
is safe, yellow means cau-
tion, red calls for extreme
caution and black means to
cease all extraneous activi-
ties," Andrews added. When
the black flag is flown, it is
unsafe to be engaged in any
strenuous activity outside.
The Centers For Disease
Control and Prevention
report that 350 people per
year die due to extreme heat
and humidity.
Humid heat is worse dur-
ing physical activity than
dry heat. In humid condi-
tions, sweat does not evapo-

rate as quickly as it does in
dry, arid climates. People
involved in physical activi-
ties in humid weather stay
hot longer and can't cool
down quickly. Besides drink-
ing large amounts of water,
athletes and workers need
to be aware of what they
During the summer, com-
mon medications should be
scrutinized for side effects
relating to heat illnesses.
Some medications including
antibiotics, antihistamines,
over-the- counter sleeping
pills, anti-diarrhea drugs,
sedatives and anti-depres-
sants actually heighten skin
sensitivity. Outdoors, this is
a big factor when consider-
ing how long to remain in
the light and heat.
Prevention of heat
injuries and heat illnesses
includes plenty of hydration
and noting exposure time to
the elements. Heat cramps
are one of the first signs of
heat illness.
Accompanied by heavy
sweating, painful muscle
spasms begin involuntarily
in the calf muscles. This is
usually remedied by water
and staying cool for a while.
A person with heat exhaus-
tion suffers from an elevat-
ed body temperature, nau-
sea, vomiting and pale skin.
Prompt exposure to cool
air and hydration helps to
reduce and eliminate these
symptoms. Anyone with
heat stroke requires imme-
diate medical attention, as
this is a life threatening
At this point, the body
ceases sweating. A person
with heat stroke may be
delirious, and will need
intravenous fluids immedi-
ately. Permanent damage to
the body can result if this
condition is not dealt with
promptly, as the body tem-
perature may soar to a
lethal 106 degrees.
One way to prevent any of
these conditions is not to
disregard predictions of
future weather.
The NLMOF makes
weather projections on a
regular basis. For the sum-
mer of 2005, technicians at
the facility are predicting
temperatures in the low 90's
for the rest of July, and the
upper 80's for August and
September, and high humid-
ity all the way through
Like almost any other
summer in Florida, precau-
tions will ensure safe work-
ing and playing conditions
all the way through the sea-
son. During the summer,
staying in an air-condi-
tioned apartment or house
all day to avoid heat illness-
es isn't necessary.
By alternating time out-
doors and indoors, drinking
water, and slowing down in
extreme conditions, we can
all safely enjoy this outdoor
playground we call Florida.

Photos by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
In 99-degree heat, OS2 Joseph Bonillo keeps his cool while
standing a vigilant front gate guard watch.

Jason Urian, of JU Construction gratefully moves toward the
shade while pushing a wheelbarrow. "The Navy has strict
rules for working on .government property. We must make
sure our people are safe, and that includes drinking plenty of
water during summertime assignments," Urian said.

AC3 Roberto Meneses inspects a driver's identification on a
merciless 99-degree day July 20. "Luckily we're in the shade
here at the front gate. Auxiliary security force duty is even
worse on the days NAS Jax hosts air shows and we patrol
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and support programs

The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for
the avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department
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Pre-registration is required. If special accommoda-
tions or handicapped access is required, please notify
FFSC upon registration.
The following workshops are available in August:

Aug 2, 1-2:30 p.m. Nurturing Parenting Skills (10-week
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Photo by Lesley Royce
There were some days when dragonflies seemed espe-
cially attracted to the youngsters.

Some of the campers are all smiles after collecting several bags of trash at the Westside Regional

& ,

Westside Regional Park naturalist Lesley Royce holds a
leaf where a caterpillar has emerged.



nature, make

new friends

By Miriam S. Gallet
Hovering around like a fleet of small heli-
copters, dozens of dragonflies were a
source of excitement July 6 for the more
than 20 military and civilian children from the
local community attending ENVIROCAMP
2005 at Westside Regional Park across from
the NAS Jacksonville Main Gate.
This group of campers participated in an
array of activities, including land management,
animal care, habitats and plant identification,
with field trips to Cary State Forest, Little
Talbot Island State Park and Hanna Park,
were attending the last session of ENRICAMP
Westside Regional Park naturalist and camp
director Lesley Royce explained that this year's
summer camp brought 71 children to the park
and was broken down into three, two-week ses-
sions, with the first session beginning June 6
and the last one ending July 15.
"The summer program brought children ages
7 to 12 to our park," she explained. "The camp
was broken into three very different sessions,
with each section focusing on a different theme.
Session 1 was our Critter Camp for children
ages 7 to 9. Session 2 Exploring H20 was for
children ages 7 to 12 and Session 3 Junior

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Ranger, was for ages 10 to 12."
Royce, who switched careers when she was
40 in order to do something that made a differ-
ence to the environment, explained that the
camp's objective was to show the campers how
to have fun in nature and to help them become
more observant of the natural world around
"Most of the children really became excited
and much more observant about nature," Royce
said. "I heard many times throughout the day,
'Ms. Lesley, Ms. Lesley, come over here and look
at this.' Exactly what I was hoping would hap-
'"Regardless of what session a youngster
attended, they all learned to identify the more
commonly seen butterflies here in the garden,
the difference between insects and spiders (a
real simple summation: insects have six legs
and three body parts where spiders have eight
legs and two body parts) and got hands-on
experiences with nature," she added.
Ten-year-old Avery Bue described his camp
experience as an incredible one.
"I am learning about the role prescribed fires
vs. wild fires have in our ecosystem and the
Florida habitat," explained Bue, a fifth-grader
at Venetia Elementary School. "Today, we are
looking at plots that have been burned and
those that have not to see the difference fire
makes on the habitat in and around them."
Also, campers were able to complete several
arts and crafts projects, including hand-paint-
ing T-shirts with a nature theme and listening
to Drs. Clifford and Jacqueline Pierce of the
54th Massachusetts Volunteer Re-enactors
Company F, who were dressed in period-cloth-
ing, who talked about the important roles of
the African-American slaves and soldiers dur-
ing the American Civil War.
"This has been a wonderful presentation,"
said 11-year-old Cameron Parker. "It's all so
interesting and I have learned a lot. Dr.
Clifford showed us how people fought during
the civil war and let us hold his old rifle."

Dr. Clifford Pierce explained that it is impor-
tant for children to learn what really happened
during the civil war. "African-Americans played
an important role during the war and just
recently, Americans are beginning to learn the
facts," he said.
The camp also afforded children the opportu-
nity to learn about discipline, respect and trust
in a group setting.
"All of the skills they learned during camp,
they can put into practice in their everyday
lives. The skills and topics I taught them are to
help them become informed young men and
women." Royce said.
"Running a summer camp is exhausting, but
also very rewarding. Research has shown that
giving children fun nature experiences helps
them grow up to be adults who make environ-
mentally caring decisions. And, I have given
these children a fun summer camp experience,"
Royce said.
As the last day of camp was approaching, all
of the campers had many stories to tell and
were recollecting their experiences and the new
friendships made.
Twelve-year-old Jessica Masterson summa-
rized her experiences in two sentences:
"I'll never forget this camp. I learned new
things, made new friends and had a good time."

On a rainy and thunderous
afternoon, youngsters recreate
the insects and reptiles they
have learned about using play

A scorpion found in one of the
park's buildings caught the
attention of all the young sum-
mer camp participants at the

During a storytelling portion of the ENVIRON-
CAMP 2005 Session 3 at the Westside Regional
Park, Cameron Parker (center), 11, a sixth-grader
at Lavella Middle School, hands a circa 1860 rifle
to Jessica Masterson, 12, a seventh-grader at
Kirby Smith Middle School as Dr. Clifford Pierce
of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Re-Enactors
Company F, explains the the components and role
that the rifle played during the American Civil


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,Supervised by camp counselor Erin Johnston, Ashton Taylor, 11, and Austin Bolin, 9, pick up a dead
baby squirrel at Westside Regional Park July 14. Taylor and Bolin were walking back from the play-
ground when they noticed the dead animal (inset).

Drs. Clifford and Jacqueline Pierce from
the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Re-Enactors
Company F, dressed in period attire, share a piece
of the American Civil War with youngsters
attending Session 3 of the ENVIRONCAMP 2005.

Lesley Royce, Westside Region-
al Park naturalist, reveals a
scorpion to anxious witnesses.
The scorpion was dining out for
lunch and decided to explore a
building for food.

Lashell Cleveland, 7, inspects
the patterns on a tortoise shell.
"This is the biggest shell I have
ever handled!" she exclaimed.

axlAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 28, 2005 9 '

Participants at this year's ENVIROCAMP 2005, escorted by Westside Regional Park naturalist Leslie Royce (left), board a bus that
will take them on a field trip to Cary State Forest. Leading the pack is 10-year-old Avery Bue, a Navy dependent from NAS
Jacksonville. "I like being here and learning about nature and the animals," Bue said.

Photo by Lesley Royce
Denver Cox proudly displays her T-shirt creation.

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Photo by Lesley Royce
As part of the camp arts and crafts projects, the youngsters designed their own T-shirts, using things found in nature.

10 Jax Alr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 28, 2005

'Pardon Our Dust'

Family Medicine Clinic reorganized

From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Family Medicine
Department is currently
reorganizing to better facilitate
patient care.
According to Family Medicine's
Division Officer Lt. Matthew
Rivera, the department is divided
into two sides (Brown & Green),
and subdivided into four teams:
A & B on the Brown Side and
team C & D on the Green Side.
"That clinic layout often leads to
duplication of effort and ineffi-
cient clinical and administrative
workflow processes." Rivera said.
"As a way to improve the care we
provide, our clinic is undergoing
some minor modifications. We
will now only have three teams of
providers (Teams A, B, and C). In
addition, all patient exam rooms
are being moved to the Brown

a scheduled clinic visit appoint-
ment will see their provider on
the Brown side of the clinic. So,
all patients scheduled for a regu-
lar clinic visit will now check in
at one of the three or four recep-
tionists on the Brown side of the
clinic. Patients undergoing a pro-
cedure (vasectomy, colposcopy,
stress test, biopsy, etc.), requiring
only immunizations, and all walk-
in appointments will be checked
in on the Green side of the clinic.
All administrative questions such
as follow-up appointments and
telephone consults will also be
handled on the Green Side of the
Family Medicine Department
Head Cmdr. Dwayne Clark said
the intent of this reorganization
project is to centralize all clinical
patient care activities on one side
of the clinic (Brown side) and all
administrative activities on the
opposite side of the clinic (Green

side). "Please excuse us in the
first few weeks of this major
change as we adapt to possible
unforeseen obstacles. We are con-
fident in the'long run this move
will lead to better use of space
and resources with the ultimate
goal of making your visit quicker,
safer, and more enjoyable," Clark
The Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Family Medicine
Department employs more than
90 active duty and civilian staff
that support or provide outpa-
tient and inpatient primary care
services for approximately 16,000
enrolled beneficiaries. The
department is the home for the
Navy's largest Family Medicine
Residency Program and the
busiest clinic of the command
responsible for more than 70,000
patient visits a year.

Brown Side
Regular Clinic
Appointment Check-in

Provider Exam Rooms

side of the clinic. The Green side
of the clinic will now be primarily
provider and staff offices. The
Green side will also be the new

Green Side
Procedure Check-in
(Vasectomy, Colposcopy,
Stress Test, Biopsy, Etc.)
Immunizations Check-In
Walk-In Patient Check-In
Follow-Up Appointments,
Telephone Consults
Family Medicine
Immunization Clinic
(Check-in on Green Side)
Staff Offices
location of our immunization clin-
ic," he explained.
These changes went into effect
July 1. All patients arriving with

NavHosp Jax librarian retiring after 30 years
By Marsha Childs a member of the national chairman of the Federal member of the Academy of
Naval Hospital Jacksonville ON Medical Library Associa- Library Section (1985- Health Information Profes-
Marketing tion and has served as the 1986). She is certified as a sionals.

Bettye Stilley will
retire on July 30
after faithfully serv-
ing for 30 years as medical
librarian at Naval Hospital
Stilley was honored at an
award ceremony on July 22
,where she received the
Meritorious Civilian Ser-
vice Award (second award)
presented by hospital
Commanding Officer Capt.
John Sentell. She was cited
for her outstanding support
to the Family Medicine
Residency Program and the
hospital's deployed medical
Her ongoing support of
the Family Medicine
,Residency Program directly
contributed to the scholarly
efforts of hundreds of staff
and residents. Stilley
helped to establish this pro-
gram's national reputation
and make it one of the top
five residency contributors
to Family Medicine litera-
ture. Furthermore, she also
gained a reputation as a
vital information source for
naval medical staff serving
with operation forces in
support of the global war
on terrorism.
For many years, Stilley
was the recipient of the
Family Medicine Residency
Program "Civilian of the
Year" Award presented to
the civilian who went above
and beyond in support of
the program. However, in
1989 the award was named
in her honor; a true testa-
ment to'her dedication and
Stilley has seen many
changes to library science.
She said, "It has gone from
paper to computer.
Everything was on paper,
but now most of it is on the
Internet. You just have to
find it." Stilley does
research for the entire med-
ical staff, but Family
Medicine is the biggest user
of the library. "I use to do
research all by hand in a
printed index. It is now all
on a computer program
called Medline."
Over the years, the Med-
ical Library has increased
in size by nearly one third
of its original footprint.
Stilley remembers vividly
when the new section of the
library flooded in 1989
caused by a leak from the
floor above. She was toss-
ing books out of harms way
as the water gushed onto
the floor. More than 200
journals were lost, but
many more were saved due
to her Herculean efforts.
When Stilley was hired as
the medical librarian in
1975, she soon started hear-
ing about a new outpatient
wing that was going to be
built any day. Construction
was finally completed in
August 1989. The opening
of the clinic increased
Stilley's workload when the
Family Medicine Residency
Program moved from what
is now the Healthcare
Support Office to the new
Lgivng. She also maintained

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Bettye Stilley is pinned with the Meritorious Civilian Service
Award (second award) presented by hospital Commanding
Officer Capt. John Sentell July 22.

the library at that location
until the move.
When asked what her
fondest memories of work-
ing at the hospital were,
she quickly responded. "My
happiest memory is of the
friends I've made. I have
seen lots of babies born."
When asked if she had any
regrets, Stilley said, "My
one disappointment is not
to see one of my residents
come back as the command-
ing officer. Some did
become commanding offi-

cers at other commands,
but not here. But I have
seen corpsmen become
physicians, Medical Service
Corps officers and nurses. I
have seen residents return
as staff time and time
again. And I have attended
lots of retirement cere-
Stilley is a member of the
Florida Health Sciences
Library Association and
has served as the president
(1988-89) and vice presi-
dent (1987-88). She is also

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Get yourself in shipshape

at the Wellness Center

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
W ith the. next physi-
cal readiness test
(PRT) right around
the corner, now might be a
good time to do a self-
assessment on your physi-
cal being.
Have you slacked off on
your exercise program and
gained a few unwanted
pounds by eating more
junk food? If so, help is
available to get you back
on track through the
ShipShape Weight Man-
agement Program offered
at the Naval Hospital Jax
Wellness Center.
The five-week, Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery-
approved program focuses
on new ways to change
habits that promote weight
loss and successful weight
maintenance. "This pro-
gram is designed to help
people lose weight. It's 90
minutes of lecture once a
week for five weeks. We
cover different topics each
week," explained Reg-
istered Dietician Cheryl
"The first week we dis-
cuss guidelines, healthy
eating in relation to the
food pyramid, calories -
how many they have to
deduct to lose weight and
making healthy choices
like drinking water," said
Masters. "The second class
covers what to buy at the
grocery store, how to cook,
shop, fast foods, label read-
Guest speakers are also
brought in to give partici-
pants some different
aspects to staying healthy.
"We bring in an exercise
physiologist during the
third week to talk about
different exercise pro-

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Registered Dietician Cheryl Masters of the Naval Hospital jax
Wellness Center discusses strategies to handle weight-loss
lapses during a "ShipShape" Weight Management Program
July 20.

grams and how they can
benefit people. The next
week a psychologist dis-
cusses'emotional eating,
and the behavioral compo-
nents of how to handle
binges and cravings."
.In the last class of the
five-week session, Masters
talks about how to handle
lapses and relapses and
how to continue to lose
weight after the program.
Participants are given sup-
port information and are
weighed in a final time.
While the program is vol-
untary for active duty
members aboard NAS Jax
and in tenant commands,
ShipShape is now manda-
tory for those working at
the Naval Hospital Jax
who have a first time fail-
ure on the PRT.
"Those who fail for the
first time on the base, are
given a self-study weight

control book from their
command fitness leader.
They are not required to go
through the ShipShape
Program, but anyone can
sign up, regardless if they
are overweight," stated
The idea of the program
is not to go on a crash diet
right before the PRT but to
learn how to lose weight
the right and slower way.
"We strive for a half to 2
pounds a week and to
teach the tools needed to
continue to lose weight
after the program ends. We
don't' expect people to
reach their goal, but if they
are losing 2 pounds a
week, at the end of four to
five months it adds up."
Masters continued. "And
hopefully they aren't doing
the fad diet so this weight
will stay off. Our goal is to
make this the last time


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JaxAir NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 28, 2005 11


The following personnel from Fleet Area Control and Surveillance
Facility, Jacksonville were presented awards during a ceremony July
Good Conduct Medal
ET3 Leroy Hardeman III
Letter of Commendation
ACAR Serena Robertson

The following personnel from Naval Hospital Jacksonville congrat-
ulates the following civilian personnel marking significant milestones
in their Civil Service careers. Receiving Length of Service Awards in
April, May and June were:
40 Years
Michael Viladesau
30 Years
Thomas Spell
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FTC: 'Active duty' alert set up for

military members" credit reports

From Page 1

the military to use a personal repre-
sentative to place or remove an alert.
The alerts are effective for one year,
unless there is a request to remove
them sooner. Another alert can be
placed iftdeployment lasts longer
than year.
AMyone placing an alert should be
ready, to provide proof of their identi-
ty, including their name, Social
Secdrity number, address, and other.
personal information. Members of the
military can place an "active duty"
alert, or have one removed from their
credit report, by contacting any one of
the three nationwide consumer
reporting companies:
Equifax: 1-800-525-6285; www.
Experiari: 1-888-EXPERIAN (397-
3742); www.experian.com
TransUnion: 1-800-680-7289;
Whichever company is contacted is.
responsible for contacting the other'
two, and must give the service mem-
ber a copy of their credit score. All
three companies will add the alert
once one company is contacted.
Anyone who places an alert should
remember to update 'his or her con-,

tact information if it changes before
the alert expires.
In addition to alerting creditors
about deployment, placing the alert
also removes the service member's
name from the nationwide consumer
reporting companies' marketing lists
for prescreened offers of credit and
insurance for two years. Prescreened
offers, which are sometimes called
"preapproved" offers, are based on
information in a person's credit report
showing they meet a certain set of cri-
teria. The military personnel can ask
to have their name added to the list
again before the two year time period
if they wish.
Credit reports contain information
about where a consumer lives, how
they pay their bills, and whether they
have been sued, arrested, or filed for
bankruptcy. Nationwide consumer
reporting companies sell the informa-
tion from these reports to creditors,
insurers, employers, and other busi-
nesses that use it to evaluate applica-
tions for credit, and other applica-
tions, including insurance, employ-
ment, or renting a home. The new
right to place an "active duty" alert on
a credit report comes from amend-
ments to the Fair Credit Reporting
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CHAPLAIN: Life lessons learned (#2 of 3)

From Page 6

that it evolves from antago-
nistic people.
Is it helpful? No!
Antagonistic thoughts
erupt from people who are
cynical, and condescending.
Most often, antagonistic
people are unhappy with
some part of their life, and
they like to put the blame,
guilt and burdens on other
My personal "life lessons
learned" is to realize the
difference between con-
structive criticism, which
seeks to enhance my over-
all picture, and negative
criticism from antagonistic
people that is often mis-
placed. Accepting construe-

tive positive criticism helps
our lives bloom and always
allows our character, and
our conduct to be renewed,
reformed, and secured. A
statement from Abraham
Lincoln can be seen
through the lenses of con-
structive criticism: "My
great concern is not
whether you have failed,
but whether you are con-
tent with your failure".
This implies a choice to
learn, grow, and move on or
the choice to stay put down
in a negative rut.
As we journey through
life, may we remember; we
are not alone: "Fear thou
not; for I am with thee: Be
not dismayed; for I am thy
God; I will strengthen thee;

yea I will help thee, yea I
will hold thee with the
right hand of my righteous-
ness" (Isaiah 41:10). Grow
through constructive posi-
tive criticism. Gain wisdom
and posture so that you can
use politically correct lan-
guage to let antagonistic
people understand, that
they need to keep their
sour baggage, and burdens,
to themselves. Some impor-
tant items to remember:
"People prefer to follow
those who help them, not
those who intimidate
C. Gene Wilkes
To handle yourself, use
your head; to handle others,
use your heart.
Donald Laird

You cannot raise a man
up by calling him down.
William Boetcker
Watch your thoughts;
they become words.
Watch your words; they
become actions.
Watch your actions; they
become habits.
Watch your habits; they
become character.
Watch your character; it
becomes your destiny.
Frank Outlaw
Always Remember: "Ne-
ver deprive someone of
hope; it might be all they
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
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CNO: Mullen takes over as Clark

retires after 37 years of service

From Page 1

speakers recalled at length
the positive influence he
has had on the Navy dur-
ing his 37 years of service.
"Vern Clark will be
remembered for his vision,
his courage he's taken
on the right fights and
been willing to do so ... for
the good of the armed
forces and the good of our
country," said Rumsfeld.
England recalled that
Clark's career had been
defined by two events:
Sept. 11, when terrorists
attacked the World Trade
Center and the president's
call on Sept. 12 to the mili-
tary leaders in the
Pentagon to "Get ready!"
England said the swift
response of the Navy to the
difficult days that followed
the terrorist attacks was
the result of having "the
right people in the right
positions at the right
time." He said Clark was
one of those people.
"Vern Clark has left his
indelible imprint across
this Navy," he said. "And
it's going to last for genera-
tions and generations,"

Adm. Vern Clark
former CNO

said England.
Adm. Vern Clark's five-
year tenure made him the
longest serving CNO since
1961. According to
Rumsfeld, Clark inherited
a Navy still burdened with
cold war qualities: outdat-
ed ships, inefficient
staffing and high operating
costs were having a nega-
tive impact on the Navy's
operational readiness, he
In a short five years,
however, Clark braved crit-
icism and resistance to
change and streamlined

the Navy, trimming unnec-
essary positions and
improving pay and benefits
for Navy Sailors.
Many at the Pentagon
remember a meeting fol-
lowing Sept. 11, in which
Gen. Dick Myers, chairman
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
turned to Clark and asked
if he could have four carri-
Clark, in top military
form replied, "Dick, you
can have eight if you
want." Clark's reply was a
testament to his character
and the impact his leader-
ship had on the Navy's
operational readiness.
In an official release the
night before his retire-
ment, Clark conveyed his
personal thanks to the
Sailors that served under
his watch "I want every
sailor out there to know
that Vern Clark is very
appreciative of what they
are doing," he said. "I
thank them for having a
lifestyle of service... and I
wish each and every one of
you life's richest blessings.
God bless you all."

VS-32: 'Maulers' prepping

for Spring 2006 deployment

From Page 4

squadron will fly S-3B Vikings on daily
tactical missions alongside other aircraft
including EA-6B Prowlers, E-2C
Hawkeyes, and F/A-18 Hornets and Super
Hornets. It is here that the air wing
sharpens its skills, planning, and execu-
tion of air strikes involving both carrier-
based and external assets not part of the
air wing.
As a final preparation for deployment,
VS-32 will again embark on a detachment
aboard USS Enterprise for the Composite
Training Unit Exercise (COMPTUEX).
This phase is a culminating exercise
designed to demonstrate the combined

capabilities of the carrier strike group
and the air wing to carry out simulated
wartime missions. When complete with
COMPTUEX, the Maulers will be fully
prepared for a successful carrier deploy-
ment next Spring.
When asked about work-ups, the
Maulers are ready and excited for the
challenge, well aware of the hard work
that lies ahead. "I am looking forward to
work-ups as a way to improve my person-
al training and skills," said AT3 William
Fuller. This will be Fuller's first set of
work ups. Teamwork, training, and dedi-
cated effort through all phases of work-
ups will help ensure a successful deploy-
ment for the Maulers next year.


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credit. Any member of the armed
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Copies of the consumer alert are
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erts/dutyalrt.htm and also from the
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Photos by PH2 ohnathan Roark
Maintenance personnel assigned to VP-26 conduct system checks on one of their P-3C Orion patrol aircraft prior to a night

AOAN Aaron Unruh i
(foreground) and A02 A*.
Scott Keating load
sonobouys in launch
tubes underneath a P-3C
Orion, assigned
to the "Tridents"
of VP-26.

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Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's American
Red Cross volun-
teers are collecting personal
hygiene products, such as
shaving products, soaps,
shampoos and hair care
items, lotions, cleansing
wipes, toothpaste/brushes,
mouthwashes, etc.
The donated items will be
provided to wounded troops
being treated at the
National Naval Medical
Center, Bethesda, Md. A
drop box for such items is
located at the Red Cross
Information Desk at the
Outpatient Clinic entrance.
Donations will be taken
from 8 a.m. to noon,
Monday through Friday.
This is a separate collec-
tion from a similar project
being sponsored by the
Hospital Director for
Administration. The direc-
tor of administration's proj-
ects collects products for
wounded being treated by
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
deployed medical personnel
in Iraq. Drop boxes for that
effort are located in the
hallway adjacent to the
Galley and near the hospi-
tal Pharmacy.
Both operations are wor-
thy causes and your sup-
port is appreciated.



The Child Develop-
ment Center is
looking for home
providers. If you are an
on-base resident, you will
only need to be Navy-cer-
tified to become a Home
If you are an off-base
resident, you will have to
be state-certified as well
as Navy-certified. This
program is for dependent
female and males.
For more information
about this program, con-
tact Lisa Williams or
Ingrid Robinson at 542-
5434 / 5529 / 2472.

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Outdoor pool
Open through Aug. 15
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. 6 p.m. recreational swim
Sunday 1-5 p.m. recreational swim
Call 542-2930 for more information.
Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30-8 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. noon
Military $1 daily, DoD $2 daily, Guests $3 daily

For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Orlando Shopping Trip
July 30
Includes a trip to Millenia Mall and the Premium Outlet
Sterling Casino Cruise
Set sail out of Port Canaveral for a five hour cruise..
Must be 21.
Sign up by Aug. 3.
St. Simons Island, Ga.
Aug. 20
Enjoy a historical bus tour of the Island, including
Christ Church, and the lighthouse and Museum. Includes
transportation, tour and lighthouse visit.
Sign up by Aug. 5.

Jaguars tickets
On sale now at I.T.T. office.
Cost is $44.50 per ticket in section 147 by the Bud Zone.
Jaguars shuttle for only $10 per game or $80 for all
home games.
SCall 542-3318.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Last Buck BBQ
Tonight, 5-7 p.m.
Free hamburgers and hotdogs.
Liberty Cove

Jax Beach Day Trip
Liberty van departs Liberty Cove at 9 a.m.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Aug. 1, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

Pizza & Ping-Pong
Aug. 4, 7 p.m.
Liberty Cove
Single elimination tournament and pizza.
Prizes awarded!

For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, "542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Beauty Shop (PG 13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Diary of a Mad Black Women (PG 13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Be Cool (PG 13)
Aug. 5, 7 p.m. Kingdom of Heaven (R)
Aug. 12, 7 p.m.- The Upside of Anger (R)

Firefighter Shawn Wardlaw surprises two race
participants with a blast of cold water Friday.
The base firefighters kept the children cool
during the Kids Day race while temperatures
climbed to the high 90s.

Photos by ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
Children from the Youth Activities
Center get ready to start the Kids Day
Race at the base track. The sprint, held
Friday, challenged 5-13- year-olds and
was meant to encourage physical fit-
ness. Children aged 5-7 ran a half-
mile, 8-9-year-olds ran one mile and
10-13-year-olds ran 2 miles. The Youth
Center coordinated the
event and the base gym
donated drinking wa-
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"Six more laps to go,"
says Reef Cole, 10, as
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Friday night events are for ages K-17.. For more informa-
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Ice Cream Social
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FCCJ offers classes on base
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USO offers Jaguars tickets

From the USO

Jacksonville Jaguars
tickets are going on
sale soon! The USO
sells tickets to every
Jaguars home game
(including pre-season) for
$8 per ticket. In order for
us to be able to sell these
tickets at this price, there
are a few rules we need to
follow. We ask for your
cooperation so we will be
able to sell the tickets in
the years to come. Here are
the rules:
These tickets may be
purchased by active duty
members only. We will be
,checking IDs when we sell
'the tickets.
S* Active duty members
'may purchase a maximum
'of two tickets per game and
can bring any guest they
:choose (civilian or mili-
Active duty members
,may purchase a maximum
!of four tickets per game if
,they choose to bring their
spouse and children.
Ticket holders must
enter the stadium via the
USO gate, located between
Gates 3 and 4. Other gates
,will not be able to allow
:entrance to USO ticket
h There will be gate
:guards at the USO gate to
Ensure the rules will be fol-
'lowed. Military IDs must
:be presented to the gate
Guards. No exceptions will
:be made by gate guards
:regarding the USO ticket
Violators will be turned
:away. Please cooperate
with the gate guards. They

Perinatal Class

Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville offers class-
es for expectant/new
:parents to help them get
their little Sailors off to a
Ship Shape start. Below is
'the schedule for classes
through August. Classes
'are by appointment only.
:Call 542-BABY (2229) to
New OB Quest/Class
First Time Parents:
Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26 8:30-
11:30 a.m.
Experienced Parents:
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Third Trimester Class
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Prepared Childbirth
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Aug. 3 8:30 11:30 a.m.

didn't create the rules; they
are just there to make sure
the rules are being fol-
Ticket sales begin at 8
a.m. at the USO at NAS
Jax (9 a.m. at the USO at
Mayport), two Mondays
prior to the game. The first
game is Aug. 13 against the
Dolphins. Tickets will go on
sale Aug. 1. In the event
the ticket sale date is a hol-
iday, tickets will go on sale
the following business day.
Commands or groups
(FCPOA, CPOA, etc.) wish-
ing to hold an event can
also purchase tickets.
For individuals who will
be deployed, there is a pro-
gram called "Sailors
Aweigh" that can provide
free tickets to the game so
your children can attend.
For more information on
group sales or the Sailors
Aweigh Program, call
Sonya at 778-2821.
The following is the
upcoming season schedule:

Aug. 13, 7:30 p.m. Jags
vs. Dolphins, tickets on sale
at USO Aug. 1.
Aug. 25, 8 p.m. Jags vs.
Falcons, tickets on sale at
USO Aug. 15.
Sept. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Seahawks, tickets on sale
at USO Aug. 29.
Oct. 2, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Broncos, tickets on sale at
USO Sept. 19.
Oct. 9, 8:30 p.m. Jags
vs. Bengals, tickets on sale
at USO Sept. 26.
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Texans, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 24.
Nov. 13, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Ravens, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 31.
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Colts, tickets on sale at
USO Nov. 28.
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
49ers, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags
vs. Titans, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 19.

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Volleyball league forming
The fall indoor volleyball league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty commands and personnel.
Rosters are due by Aug.12 and the season is
scheduled to begin in September with games
being played at lunchtime. Contact the base gym
to receive the rules and paperwork to join the
Fall softball meetings
These meetings will be held Aug. 10 in the con-
ference room in Building 850 at the following
11:30 a.m. Greybeard (NAS Jax active duty
ages 30 and up)
Noon Intramural (NAS Jax active duty only)
12:30 p.m. Women (active duty, dependents
over 18, retirees, DoD)
The season is scheduled to begin in
September. Commands having an athletic officer
.or designated representative attend the meeting
will receive five Captain's Cup points.
Open league softball meeting
The meeting will be held at Aug. 11 at 3 p.m. at
Mulligans. The league is open to active duty,
dependents over 18, retirees, reservists,
Department of Defense and all Naval Aviation
Depot employees. The season is scheduled to
begin in mid September.
Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k, marathons,
and/or triathlons. The Navy will showcase elite
active duty men and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well as transportation,

entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested runners
must compete in sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in sanctioned race and your time meets
regional qualifying time, call the NS Mayport
Sports Coordinator at 270-5451.
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K- Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k run, 40k
Officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football, and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers also needed for basketball.
Experience not required. If interested, contact
Jesse Beach at 771-1333.

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Flag Football Standin
As of July 22
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O's 2

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VP-30 E's 1 1
AIMD 610 I 2
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HS-75 1 2
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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
:Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
.each month at 7 p.m. at 470
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The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Board of Governors
meeting is held the second and
fourth Thursday of each month.
The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a
members only club open to all
active duty, reserves, retired mil-
itary and active and retired DoD
civilians. For more information,
call 778-0805 or email com-
modore@ njyc.org.
A free Yoga Class for all
ages and abilities is held the
first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free

admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park I
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact DeLynn at
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The First Coast Black
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each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the
Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.

The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen

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on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
The NAS Jax Yacht Club will
hold their annual "Poker Run"
Aug. 6 at 10 a.m. Anyone inter-
ested in participating should call
Dave or Jeanne Bailey at 779-
7394 or 651-3990.
A Youth Fishing Derby will
be held Aug. 20 at Oceanway
Park from 9' a.m. to noon. A
Youth Fishing Tournament will
be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
information, call 573-4918.
Dunkirk Lighthouse will host
a military reunion at the Days
Inn Dunkirk in Fredonia, N.Y.
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$153,500 904635 2372
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front. Asking $2.5M. call c OUT.446-7757 WATERFRONT spacious 4/3 1900sf m s, o, D e p 62 6 6 538-9909 DRIVERS & OWNER Conm work in the
1.973713.7546 W'S NrAS 1/1 CH/A 2 Br/2Ba Fireplasher/00 $1700m. 904-814-7613 904269.6757 (non-smoking). Also share OPERATORS nghh [,n1 wnorl loi
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SManufactured central location, pool W/D, $11 0o.ifton svc/w/d, $1295 891-6738 + p 612-6646er pool 2 car gar.
6 unbeatable prices. Village, JTB/95.962b2144(non-smoing) Also. share large yard 5 mins to base
ar $29 9H0omest ar n ill JT95. 96 4 N t n ax. Bch 3/2- 2 car 4-acre horse ranch in 912-674-3058
904-721-4a m S'SIDE- IL VILLAGIO 0 gar. seabreeze Middleburg (same price)
I DOWN N ATLBCHTH 2/2.5,1384sf, St woodsarea. large 612 6646 WESTSIDE, SWM 3 Rent When You Ca r n !
Gets You a Home! / 3BR/LSBA, Closeto apple granitelake e x e c hoTme V B / ex AirForce seeks
We workw/credit poems. Mayort NS$750m. No vewated.$1125mu+ shaded lot d C / quiet roommate, Application
CALL(9 5-0 ets. PCs move. Call d. 75 6818 m annual ca carr commpool/ten Lazyboy. tv/vcr,
2006 28x40 w/Furnlture 745-3220 TINSELTOWN 2br/2ba 904-460o0975 $13mo352-514.184 washer/dryer, very
for$299 ustfewat ATLANTIC BEACH ar, w/d gated, all JAXBCH-72Oakwood PVB -3/2.5, 1800sf+,scr lean$7000 a week Free Consultation and Pre ualication.
ths price. 904 TH 3/1 5, Close to amen .2 $1200M.824.2156 3/2, 2 car gar, Irg yd ch, caomm pool/tennis LFred 904771 8225tton pr a

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R 2A FOR ONLYNS750m. WSDE 2/2 Waterfront $l700m. 94-249-9607 1295m. Cal 7-6288 JammesRd 550Business Free Appraisal with a closed loan.

No Rg Paper Compan LLC reed eAfr Se bp n Opportunities
7mo & 10 Down Call 7Nopets PCSMove NrRiversde freeboat JAX BCH Great 3/2 house PVB 3/2.32 Capecod.
CALL7(904)4225-0222d age.$895m cl. ig fenc'dyd,1710 E. of AlA, 3 blks from WS/.WF seeks day work 555Distributorships/ First Time Home Buyers Okay
Avondale-3 200ak0St. water, sewer, pest Azalea Dr904.472-3767. bch. fncdyd, hdwdflrs in Male. Home. Pool, Franchises
A 4/2 Ml Only $24.900. 2/1,upper apt.In historic cntrl, garbage. 757 0775 $900m 9O 4.940.725 no smoker 5400m 560 Financial Services 1% Rebate New Construction
For Listings call home. 850mo.387-2945 JAX BCH HOMES Modern nd until. 904,777 595 565 Money to Lend 1% Rebate with the use of Mortgage and Real Estate Service
800473-8531 5872 HI houses r immaculate 3/2.5 RTO Vnice 3/1 CH&AorBorrow
as Wn AVONDALE H RISE 4 Furnished W/D, Irg fend, lawn $15OOdn + 1st mo rent Room STO Mortgages Bought 100%Financing 580 middlescore
ATTN:c~ ~ LANDOWNgERS. G serve. $1400 + dep $895mo. 904-994-2006 4RoomsM F |et ntrrMrrag ains wt oaa ate
Good or bad credit, your RIVERFRONT 249-2428 or 2856283 SAN MARCO2/1 all to Rent and Sold Maprogramsavailablewithcompetitiverates
land will qualiyou for Efficiency & 1/2/3 Brd. O.P. 4/22 car garage Jul C. Plant New 4/2, appl TV dish 7629350 interest only programs
a fe 4n19 Baicon, Neat/AC Paid! o /round pad & fire- Open House Sun 12-3 1726 Ashland St. ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOMS Listyour home, only 4%
eF & HAS 12X602R 1BA 384-i51 Mn-Sat NAS JAX Clpace 15 mins from $1250m. 904-742-6686San Marco Beautiful /1 w/MicroRefrig 550 Opportuities
$2000AsIs/$4000Remod Avondale Huge Tree- Schools all appliances JULCRK PLANT, 3/2.5TH, Remod. 1760 Davidson 10% off for wkly room

$980 Down $5895 Month New Cpt and Tile, Fen Yd. some uti, applies AC, KERAN /BEACH BLVD 9'cei. $1200. 374-2687 GIRV N&ATLATIC 3 BR account s &inv. .1 e 3119 Spring Glen Rd Ste. 15
Call Mr. Lewis 783 8385 Ref ReqS. $595477-2897 5$50 + dep. 772- 9661 2/1.5 1400pSF, $975 + hse $90 6mo $400dep, util softwareS Immediate
lEM WHILE THE D Vouchers Aeped dep. 904-616-5708 5S/Lakewood 2/1- 344 cin Ref's req. 673-2747 cash flow. S30k obo.J lleloi

wTpeM tHILono m NTE W 00 Vouher Accepted Mortona S tine. $999mo pes1 90 4 -
SHOT '0N3 MUST GO. Newly Remodeled Large Houses MAG PT GOLF&CC: gated Morton SCt ck7, p2et, JkonkllF
ALL CREDIT ACCEPTED, 1,2& p3BRls, VeryNice! Unfur ished Exec. 3/2B2160SF estate D 9 0 C c 720.23 NW -CN8&Afurnitshed 9 IB
Call904-25918028 CAL(904) 751-1510 28$509+ 33 lot $ 400mo 24-71425- S'S 3/2, Lg fncd yd, $1 00m/wk. Call for more BEYOUR OWN BOSS-a ImI
OINTEREST RA E S AS LOW MURRAY HILL -2/1, Irg 2900sf house 3/2 MA ND. 3/2,dbl gar, fnc Head. 28 -9165/7280361 ch02 se Iowinvestment. 90 Ill
as4.7%. Won'tlast upstairs, $6 50mo 1/2, big loft, lake yd, fplnewpaint&crpt, Room or Rent, Ownerfin. 982-2672 Darlene Thomas
much longer. Getyour dep 349-1111 kt view 10 minutes $1300m+dp904-260-2756. S'SIDE 2/2, WD. Fpl, Quiet country Lic. Mortgage Brokerage Business VA Loans and SlatedIncome Programs 2
new home.90258028 base, beach, car- $950m 950 dep w/ sttin .all utilities COMPLETE CONCRETE
hpet, tile $1,650 month MAND 5272 Cluster Oaks approve credit no pets include furnished LANDSCAPE CURBING lic. Real Estac agent Appraialiesjindedallosing
S Eno pets 803-4184 3/2, huge yd, $1200mo no smkg 904.415-2857 unfurnished $375.00 BUSINESS Everythin
3BR 2BA Doublede On Sumer S lall H 262110 r C 881- 4152 monthly Chip and Tina you need to get started
C1. Acres LnJacksonvilles in 1,a2, 3 /, ARGYLE 2br/2ba, deluxeMA A a 2e S'SIDENew3/2.5 TH, 912-.882-3506 $12,500. 386-590-0386 0b
$980 Down $580 Month w AvaIlablel studio home 2 car a. MANDARIN near 295 Ig gar, all apple, RTO. 1st evenings
Ca~r, Lewls733-8385 Ashley Park $850mo + dep. 264.2777 2br patio home, immac, moa+4sec 904-806-1461 Room for rent
LAND HOME PACKAGE a(904) 757-0240 ARGYLE 3/2Split BR, FpIc many extras, no pets, S'SIDETH 2/2.5, 13908sf, $month 2 m .,ntn Graphic & Sign Business91
3/2 Double wide ii.. Screened Covered Patio. $1200mo. 904-721-2227 great view, w/d hkp. $ i i /rnmm rtoner
on 1.25 acres in Refs Req $995 778, 2897 / $1000mo, 904-616- 7258 nearm NAS AX call Eo Turn eust omerao
Middleburg. / Keystone. NORTHSIDE Sandy9068-4016 base.54 plotter,6 color *
$980 Down. $595 Mo. Large 1 2&3Bedrooms. ARL 3/2renov sunrm splitnecar n. SL Johns Co/Her1tage Ink let printer. ,a)
Save ThoU DEP. SPECIAL! ch/aw/dhkup, fenyd, kitfully .1200mo L1 rds SIDE 3/2. 2,: gc .. m lre. scan
Call 291-2735 No application fee. Pet neg.AvI8/1 $1100m. 262-0032 Br c (45700 2 5 6mc Nsmkrprol, I Etudnt ner.fax.ccmach
MO llN29MUS735 CALL(904) 751-1510 285-0913/613-1932 . MIDDLEBURG/Hwy ST. JOHNS COUNTY $400m +dep 334.2121 ph. sys.alarrn.13tI
3/2, 1525sf+ over acres OP 2/1-S5Newil remod ARL-2/1.5TH,lcarqar. e220.3/2, oar, quiet Cunningham Creek easel.150 vt tble.sme
of land. Won't last' Grt loc., wtr amen FP,1400sf,avail Aug.$900 neighborhood. Estates, 4BR/2BAp001o, mBeacspaceS 25k. Owner
550 per month sincl $795m. 881-7444 + dep. 955-7696 close to daycare, $1500/ 904-733- Vacaio Finance Avail 5090501
Call Mr. Bradley874n1862 A -ln ve NAS Aval 8/5. 910.00 $4 1500l \I 1 F Aa 5 01
or 291-3100 pJULY Free 1vCH/A.K h L / b 210/95. NEW 4/2 /2 -to speak In front of
JULY_ F rvfon equip,washer &Tdryer MURRAY HILL--2/2 $ brick 213509 m.4, N8-4-2 Estate Lake Home 4/2.5 all
l 888-836-3613 ,fen yrd,porch .sm pets bungalow on corner lot ofpeople
Your JOB Is your credit k,$70m704-4903 and park. Restored, ST. NICH-3/1, newcpt, ch&a, 6ac, 400' on lake, and make $50-10k/ R A MASTERI
call now and we will hardwood floorsfire- tile, kit cab, appl, dock, 731-3837 Seeat: yr. P/T & F/T Serious
fre-approve you over b ARL EAST off Monument place, w/d. $950/$950 $850mo. 463-4912 www.vacationhomes.com#14366 nq.? 1-866-490-5546
h cpphone Call Sandy t RSIDE- 1BR ch&a, wood 3/2 house, built'02 all sec dep. no pets. Inc.
695-2255 fir $525m $400 dp. appliances, lawn svc lawn service. 384-3043 WESTSIDE 3/1, newly OCEAN FRONTCONDO, iquorLIcense, 4COP; Duval
N95L 403-7664, 387-3007 $1150 + dep. 334-1992 renov. $695 mo + $400 St. Augustine $595wk. County $200,000
NEIBEOR ETrED Murray Hil-3/2CN/A depC850-524-1519 352-3769644 www. Cal (904 631-6917f "m fi r
4/2, only $49,900. Free SAN MARCO -2/2.5, all ARLINGTON 3/2 $1150mo 4609 Royal Ave. 1600sf
moves 783-419 remod, new al new + dep near Maport. $1000m+dep. 699-2770 WESTSIDE 3/2. scrn oldcity.com/oceanfront0 _243
p,$900673-74j8/10 N.E. SIDE p-Victoria Wdep. Call178388-4389 OCEANFRONT-S. JaxsBch50 Financial
NEWNS/3. 2100 SQ.FT. SAN MARCO LOFTS ATLANTIC BEACH Lakes. 2,000sf. 3/2 + 1 18eautl;il/ burn Serbices rI if0
On 1 Acre. Buy for only, Incredible living spaces 3/2,2 car gar, nr beach, ofc. A Rated Elem Schl, WSIDE -2/2, TH, fend yd, S1600m 904881.5793
$500 down, $750mo. www.thelof tssanmarco.com 1607 Linside Dr. W. $1395mo$1395dep. NS/ scrn prch, no pets, Ba t
Call 477-4fi or Emall at For appt 904-396-9601 $1395mo. 219-6817 No pets, 502-5519 1400sf, $725 982-5447
ST. AUG. 2/2. WD. gar, sm -4 4 B aRephessionCam!omell
SAVE THOUSANDS pets OK, $1095 amen[_Rentals Dolaghan Law Finm
Land Home Package! etO.542-2020; 389-1006 For a freeconsultation.
acres in Jacksonville. WESTSIDE 2/1, CH&Ao 1ean.X2.-I BC.Hm5 bks appolnmmemts a6,", t ,l nts to 6th Grade
$900 Down. $595 Mo. water incl. new carpet S u m m er S a v in g s S110mmo 904-231.06'1 r.04-992 9215
CALL 291-3100 $550m. 904,403- 7293 539 Upper 8th Ave S jacsonville. FL
Lakefront-Spaclous 2/2, Seniors the Casa Grande
pasporh, carportish, replace orouanoAf fordable,uFun Beach Living oluntar, P -
/price. HURRY! 928-0116 W'SIDE 2/2 twn hse. nice L.M i .
WSIDE FSBO 3/2 DW features, conv. to NAS 71,, .--.' '
on .25 ac $89K fin. Jax$700mo 608-0953 I-t
avail. 219-2919 or W'SIDE 5120 Westchase ""
fsbowestsidelyahoo.com Ct 2br/lba $559/mo -'Ce ar.
Please call 904-514-1472 ,Y dk--

1/2 ac or 2 1/4ac lots off APARTM'ENTS,, no Conenientl
Sunbeam Rd. Surveyed ARGYLE New 3/2.5 TH. AP R M N Soae.e"xt to
cleared. 825-0083 gar, fp, patio, $990'+ dSegt)pun ',. ..t,,a 0"' ot .,.xeto--NA
901.806-3392/73223 '100 Seagate Ave. Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 0fi- r....i
Farms/! Baymeadows near Tin-U .. a-tme' ,, 6263 Roosevelt ',. -

amenities. Utilities incl. Call 004-777-82"
3,186 AC $1,625/AC B Djiid Bagle) i(ellg4ari 1041 I i" IV89A
gated 3/2 1400SF_ kaerenMon,gameqrl.IluLri ;65,; 'I', [ 2..
Pond sites, hardwoods, amenities, $1300 avail "" 5 A '
mature pine, 2hrs. from 9/1. Call 904.334-3066
Jacksonvill6. BERKMAN PLAZA Lux 2/2

15m n from Brunsw ck

GA, 45 min from Jax. FL. ____ft__,_"
Call 912-462-6288
exc return, investor
liquidating. 389-73662
custom condo, 10th fir, -
4furnd r~eatcitynviews,
$445,]300. John Rey-
nolds Realtor 727-0025
Jacksonville's #1 Investor's
Resource for Hard Moneyl
100% financing with
highest LTV'si No junk
fees! Rehab draws
upfront! Call John
Friedel today for more
info. 904.737.0144
Atlantic Capital Assoc,
Inc. www.acafla.com
WSIDE -Frame. 4/1,
1250sf has fire dam-
age, ast $20k 384-5833
ass isen.....rGalW fwInaxncin3 support Your Military
385 Miscellaneous
3 bed 2bath house N W Rp P r.
4 sale owner wil lODEUHaablto~ ila lIfed UhlUlt WeU al
S iJhelnp with getting 1"i I IU 5 WIU UIIm
"Anvoid ngag To place an ad, call

Foreclosure Call24hoursaday.7daysaweek 904-359-4336,
Save or Sell IIII Arrr\
SaHe ousell ederFax 904-366-6230.
House UI.jI lllI
Value More Than $100K
247-7980 www. eith-frederick.com/cyberlink

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709 Aviation
Signature Flight Support
a BBA Aviation Ser
vices Group company
(world's largest FBO &
aviation support corn
pany) has an immedi-
ate opening at our
Jacksonville Interna-
tional Airport facility
for a ground service
equipment mechanic
Exp.only. 1 yr min exp
req'd. Valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/
GED and flexible
availability required
Candidates must pass
drug screening and 1C
year background check,
$12./up (comm. w'exp.)
plus Dens. Apply in
person before 7/29 at:
Signature Flight Support
JAX Int'l Airport,
14700 Yonge Drive.
An Equal Opportunity

710 Trades

piece work. Busy co.
DFWP. 813-5521
HVAC. Plumbing, elec-
trical exp. EOE Apply in
person 115 South Third
St. Jax Beach or fax
resume 904-249-2011.
Auto Glass Installers
Lee & Cates Glass is
looking for exp install-
ers who wish to work
for the leader in our
industry. Low turnover
exc benefits. Send
resume to HR a
904-355-0131 or caI
Bob @ 904-354-4643.
for Swimming pools
Exp'd. Must have valid
CDL, benefits avail.
Fax resume 272-6633
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759- 2875.
Resd'l framing. Clay Co.
area. 591.5593 298.1222
PERSON for Custom
Homes. Punch Out.
Easy going company
DL, Trans. tools req.
Paid vac & HO. 707-4648
CARPENTERS (Form) with
transportation, good
pay and benefits, call
726 5661 or 249-8147.

ING SUPERS. High end
remodeler seeking
detail oriented trrm
carpenters & working
supers. Exp in reside
remodeling a must.
Must have own tools &
transpt. Background &
drug check req'd .
Steady work & ben-
efits. 387- 0770
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 80O- 693- 7838
CARPENTERS for punch
out- tools & trans reqd,
Robert 219-3421
Helpers, Cutters for
Framing on W'side. F/T
only. Top pay. Subs
welcomed 904-591-8475
or 904 251-4340.
Earn $1000/wk.
Call 904-298- 3301
Needed to do final
grades, experience a
plus but not required,
for high volume Land-
scape Company in
Jacksonville area. Only
ambitious and highly
motivated individuals
need apply. Good ben-
efits. Call 352-516 -6991
Clay County Utility
Authority has an
opening for a Class "C"
Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator. Must be
licensed with the State
of Fla. None others
need apply. High
School diploma or GED
required. Starting pay
14.64 hr. with excellent
benefits. EOE and drug
free workplace. Send
resume to Clay County
Utility Authority, 3176
Old Jennings Rd.,
Middleburg, FL 32068
Attn: Human
Resources or e-mail
r e s u m e t o
train. Great pay+bnfts.
Must have valid DL.
757-7217, 800.396-1217
SUPER w/exp in constr
of multi family apts. /
condos. Send resume to
CLEAN-UP. Class D' Lic.
req'd. FT, good bnfts.
Drywall/ Metal Stud
for interior general
contractor. Bnfts & op-
portunities Ph. 477-9437
or fax resume 268-8995
ELECTRICIAN- min 4 yrs
service exp 100% pd
health, dental, take
home vehicle, 401k, pd
vac & holidays. Top pay
DFWP/EOE 620-0081
ERS with exp. Local &
out of town work. Top
pay & benefits. DFWP
Applications taken in
St. Augustine; Globe
Electrical Contractors
Jax 904-260-9900
St Aug 904- 810- 0900
wtih exp. Southern
Fiberglass, 41 Spring St.
Pd ins, vac & sick days.
Phone 387-2246
Lee & Cates Glass is
looking for comm. gla-
ziers w/3 to 5 years exp
to work for the leader
in our industry. Much
work to do. Up to
$18/hr. Send resume to
HR @ 904 355- 0131 or
call Bob @ 904.354.4643
Residential blown and
batt. Exp prof. Dri Lic a
must! Wilkinson Insu-
lation, 904.396-1651

Hiring Fuel Truck Driver
with CDL license with
Hazmat. Must have good
driving record. 726-1963
M-F8-2. 781-8903
For commercial office
park. Up to $13/hr.
idtown Centre Office.
Park. Fax 396-6366

S Industrial/
M 710 l Trades

Must have CDL Class D'
Lic. Clean driving
record. Benefits.
353 8280 DFWP ,
Casting /
e SubAssembly
P Leadman
s Looking for self-moti-
l vated hands-on
S leadman with great
supervisory ano orga-
S nizational skills with a
sense of cost control.
Must have clear driv-
ing record. Prefer
experience. We offer a
competitive wage &
benefits package. Drug
free Workplace. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Call 904-3S8-3362 for
additional information
and to schedule an
a trenchless technol-
ogy provider. We are
looking for CDL Driver
who willI also be able to
provide additional field
support to our trench-
less technology orga-
nization. Our co offers
room for advancement
& provides attractive
wage, health & vac
benefits. DFWP Call
386-931-1071 or
7am-5pm Mon-Fri
PAINTERS for new con-
struction, tools/transp
nec. Good pay 626-2761
MAN for site utility. Exp
a + EOE DFWP Miranda
Contracting 388-1121
must pass drug test &
bkgrd check, own
transp. Call Bill Sanford
Inc 384-0211
Immed, Exp. Jax/ Orl
Exc Pay. Rolon Plumb-
ing Inc. 407-681-7300.
Exp in new residential
construction, benefits,
insurance and OT.
with exp. Valid Fl DL.
Great bnfts. 384-4749
Exp'd only DFWP. Call
731- 2478 or 904-759-1199
for Chemical Only Ser-
vice Co. F/T no wkends.
No exp needed, will
train. CDL lic a plus but
not req'd. Drug screen.
Call Carey 636-0903
Top pay benefits &
signing bonus. 18yr co.
766-5860 Apply
Bowman Heating & Air:
7523 N. Main St.
Climbers, exp'd only.
Beaches area. Exc pay
+ bonuses 285-4625.
Loader Truck Op. New
Truck Exp'd only. CDL
req'd. Bches area. Exc
pay+bonuses 285-4625.
WELDERS to work on
refuse containers. Pre-
fer exp. Benefits Avail.
Start Imm. 904 759- 5209

711 Marine
711 Trade

task needed for misc
ship & residential
repairs. Must have
tools Familiar with
Navy ships a plus.
422-3221 / 374-9306

Marine Trades
Fiberglass, Mechanical,
Carpentry, Electrical &
Painting. Travel-lift.
exp req'd. Exc benefits.
$250.00 Sign on bonus
after 90 day probation.
St Augustine Marine
404 S. Riberia St

712 Mechanic

Are you tired of flat
rate? Looking for a
Competitive hourly
wage based on ex e-
rience. Full benefits
Call Johnny at
493-5253 or Irene at

Exp'd. F/T Start immed.
Salary based on exp.
Some tools req'd. Ph.
904-387-2000 or email
Qualified, for an
expanded & growing
construction co. Great
benefits. Please fax
resume 904-268-7479
or call 904-268-4400
MECHANIC; shop exp. &
own tools. Cert pref.
FT/ PT 268-6275
MECHANIC Auto/Truck.
Gas/Diesel. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904-695-7045
MECHANIC Wanted for
national company. Run
your own area unsu-
pervised. Company
ruck and benefit
package. Up to $27/hr
rst Coast area.
Ph. 888.528- 3688
Fax 727-518- 0300

drivers lie, own tools, benefits
Ask for Lee 904- 696- 3496.

714 Insurance

Join a national effort to
assist in the enrollment
of the new part D pre-
scription drug plan for
retirees on medicare.
Duties include education
and distribution of part D
materials. You will work
in pharmacies and senior
centers in your local i
area. Training is pro-
Call today to secure
full information.
Phone number
(904) 332-0715

714 Insurance

Kelly Services
seeking candidates for
Blue Cross Blue Shield
to present group prod-
ucts over the phone.
Must have 2-15 or 2-20
License, High School
Diploma/GED, 1-2
years sales exp and
computer literate in
Word and Excel. 10am
7:30pm, Mon-Fri,
$13.50/hour. Email
resume to:
or fax to 905-8061.

715 Management/
71.5 Professional

2TA Of FtoiOA7
Embradng Children.
Innpiring Lives.

Counselor III
Master's level thera-
pist needed to svc
children and adoles-
cents in home,
school, & community
for TBOS Medicaid
Therapy Program.
Fax resume to
888466.7615 or
Apply on-line at

S Professional

Beach sw dev co seeks
professional admln
support person. For
details visit:

s SOCiety
Embracing Children.
Inspiring Liven.

Dependency ase
Manager (Trainees)
CBC Program
DCM to assess client
& family needs of
minors placed in
foster care due to
abuse & neglect &
provide on-going
case svcs. Bachelor's
in Human Services or
non-Human Services
field + 24 mos rel exp.
req'd. Child Protec-
tion Certification
Fax resume to
888 466-7615 or
Apply on line at

Beach sw dev co seeks
trainer/sw support rep.
For details visit:

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715 Management/

Req. immed. for Bldg
Products Mfgr. Hvy
lifting, clean driving
record. 2yrs exp, CL 6
prefr'd & med. card
req., will assist in
Warehouse. Great
benefits! Apply inper-
son. Kaycan Ltd. 2045
W. 26th St. Jacksonville,
FL Tel: 904-924-7974

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421. 7610

RBHS has the follow- |
ing openings: I
Elementary School
BA/BS, 2-3yrsexp.
Clinician- Juvenile
MA/MS, exp. pref.
Emergency Ser-
vices Evaluators.
BA/BS + 1 yr experi- I
ence in diagnosis
Apply In person I
(9a.m 4 p.m., M-F only)
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743.5109.

Great opportunity for
self-driven individuals.
First Commercial
Claims Services is
seeking Workers
Compensation Adjust-
ers with 3.5 years exp
in the Jacksonville
area. Individuals must
possess a Florida
Workers Compensa-
tion license. Experi-
ence in claims inves-
tigation, determination
of compensability and
litigation. The indi-
viduals must also
possess excellent
verbal and written
communication skills.
Please forward resume
to lnobles@matrixpeo.com
or fax to (904)636-5760.

720 Medical

For W'side Medical Bill-
Ing Co. Fast paced &
accurate; knowledge of
ICD-9 & CPT coding. FTr
bnfts. Fax res. 387-2109

SMHCJ have the fol- "
list lowing opportunities
available immedi- |
S ately to people who |
want to make a dif-
ference in the lives of
others through
behavioral health
RNs. Inpatient.
Great Schedules-
Full Benefits
M.F, No Weekends
Utilization Review
go Nurse
ege PRNM- F
id at LPNs. Inpatient
Baylor, Weekends only

evel LPN-Homeless
FT Days
Community RN
FT, MH/SA population
Mental Health
th Techs
FT, PT, all shifts,
S direct care
Office Assistant
FT Days, Works out of
various locations
at For more info,
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer ben-
efits. PRN RNs and LPNs,
MHTs always welcome.
Apply in person
(9amrn 4 pm, M.F only)
cor or mail resume to
com R Human Resources,
900 tlelvEsByOlWd. NoOth,
Suite 700(7th Floor),
Jacksonville FL 3221L
Fax resume to 743.5109.

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strong sense of responsibility and the drive to succeed.This will
make you an excellent addition to DRS. A growing, regional
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720 Medical

Work at Naval Hospital
$37.86 $44.11
Phone (888) 621.9727
Fax (888) 620- 0092

723 Dental
Dentist Expanding -
EDA. Exp. req'd.
Fax resume 904215 0071
chairside exp. Great
oppt'y for team player
in South Point spe-
cialty ofc. Top pay,
bnfts. Fax res. 296.191

724 Education
FT/PT St. Mark's Ark,
3976 Hendricks Ave.
725 Clerical

Mandarin, light acctng in
Peachtree, proficient in
Word & Excel & general
admin. duties for small
office. Ins & contract
exp. helpful. Non
smoker. Fax resume
w/salary req 262-8608
offc exp. highly moti-
vated. Mandarin offc.
$10/hour. Fax resume
refss 262.0566.
730 Personal
req'd. Call Ellen at
Dogs Etc. 646-4061
Exp NT needed immed.
Clients waiting.Flem Isl.

735 Restaurants/
35 Hotels

Bartenders &
Call Malabar 9801
Beach Blvd. 641.5033
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301
Miller's Ale House has
3 restaurants in
Jacksonville and
we're growing in JAX!
What pride you'll
have, working tor the
MOST popular and
busiest restaurant in
town! Join our team!
Hrs of Op
11:00AM to 2 tOOAM
Drug test required

is now accepting
app locations for
all positions.
Apply M-F. 1pm -5pm.
955 Baymeadows Rd
Jax. 737.6300
Experienced line cook.
Day/Night shifts avail.
Top $$ in area.
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
CALL 757 7370
No nuai', rno exp nec
Will train AM PPM.
No Mandaltory Tip Outs
Wackos 399- 110

Compensation consists
of salary and incentive.
At least 3 years sales
experience essential.
Prefer experience in
service type business
or military recruiting.
Positive attitude &
spirit High energy level
necessary. Great ben-
efits. Background &
drug cks. Immediate
opening available!
Company has been in
business for over 50
years. If you meet the
experience minimums
be good to yourself and
FAX your resume with
compensation needs
to: Tulsa Weldng School
Jacksonville, FL
FAX#(904) 646-9467

Waltstaff and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Busiest club in town!
GOLD CLUB 645-5500

Exp'd only, no weekends.
Call 904.388-8910

benefits of higher
education and career
opportunities in weld-
ing and conducts
evening and weekend
presentations in pro-
spective student
Compensaton &
SBase Salary
SIncentive Compensation
SMedical, Dental, Vision
- 401K Retirement Plan
SVacation & Sick Pay
SSection 125 Plan
SPaid Training
. Travel Expense Reim-
Ideal candidate must be
high energy, results
driven strong commu-
nication skills and have
ample sales experi-
ence. Background
check and drug test
mandatory. FAX
resume & compensa-
tion requirements to:
Tulsa Welding School
Jacksonvll, FL
FAX# (904)64= 9467








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735 Restaurants/

Hiring PT Maintenance
Call 641-5033 or 860.2793

Waitresses, Bartenders,
Call 399 1110

747 Telemarketing


7.50 Technical/
7 Engineering

Min. 5 yrs exp. in constr.
layout of elevated
concrete structures &
site work. Work in
Palm Coast, FL. Call
S.B. Ballard Construc-
tion Co.386-446-0296"
fax/email 386-446-0299;
online www.sbballard.com

Exp pref'd Pay Com-
mensurate w/ exp
Bnfts avail. Ph. 346-1733

Exc salary& benefits.
Mrs. Jones 407- 426- 7979

752 Warehouse

Part Time, 2pm-7pm
Start $9/hr. Apply at
Gardener, 12740 Kenan
Dr., Bldg 100, Ste 4.
Jacksonville 32258

753 Security

Pre-mirm Armired Ser-
uces nas immedaer-
openii.rg ior ATM
Armored TrjnsporterE
i, in[o JiCKon% le area.
We pro..ioe a nisior'[ oI
gro.itin ano a 3 Z I e
enr.ronment lor our
empio, eeP
*Mim-2n.- 2years old
ATM Experience Pref'd
*D & G Firearms License
-Valid drivers license/
good driving record
great benefits incl.
Med/Dent/Life Ins,
401K, Paid time off in
2005. Must pass exten-
sive bkgrnd. Uniforms
If you would like to join
an industry leader
please fax resumes
(toll free) 877-216-0159.
PH: 888-336-2756 X6768
or Email:

Class D License
904-215-3144. 334-1207

753 Security
gated communities in
Jax & Jax Bch areas.
Applicants must be
professional, lic exp &
willing to work week-
ends.Post rates up to
$10/hr Apply at Fox
Protective services
7999 Philips Hwy, Ste
305, Jacksonville, FL or
call 904.737-4949 Other
positions also avail.
Drug screening req'd.

Full and Part Time
Immediate Interviews
$8.50/hr for training
$10.00/hr after training
National Security Com-
pany has immediate
opens for Security Officer
and Security Supervisors
in the Fernandina Beach
We offer competitive
wages, opportunities for
advancement and excel-
lent working conditions
in a professional busi-
ness environment.
Weekly Pay/ Medical/
Dental/401(K) Avail. Free
Life Insurance
H/S Diploma/GED, valid
driver's license and
security license are
required. Must be able to
pass drug screening and
backgrounds check.
Customer Service Ori-
ented, good work history
and willing to work
various hours a must

Please Apply:
tM FSami 3pm
(904) 261- 5551

$795/wk. Paid travel,
lodging and per diem.
Military or police exp.
Executive protection,
Tactical officers.
Stateside only.
CALIL: 1.888- 398.8903

Jax & St Augustine
area 40hr/wk, I
I 9.50per/hr. Class D
I or C Sec. lic. required. I
Call 904-545-8652
U.S. Security
Associates Inc.,

755 Miscellaneous

OUTI -no sweat.
no grease, no
uniform. Great career
oppty 276-5084. O.P.

For top quality Deer-
wood Shop. Exp req.
earnings avg. $500-
$600wkly. Call Ellen
Tue-Sat at Dogs Etc.
Exp'd Landscape Main-
tenance Foreman.
Must have good lic.
Green Thumb 781-6597



United States Gypsum

Company, Jacksonville

Florida (Fortune 500


Bachelor's Degree in

Engineering a requirement.

Good verbal, computer and

written skills

Assists in the monitoring

and execution of the

Engineering Department and

plant safety program.

Prepares and follows to

completion of Authorities

and Job Sheets.

Please apply by fax at

904 764-1641 or

E-mail: jdupont@usg.com



Date Submitted:


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One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202

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755 Miscellaneous
$9/hr with advance-
ment oppty's. FT night
work. Will train. Must
have vehicle. 880- 5436

Car/ins required. Must
have clean background.
F/T No wknds, $9.00/hr.
No exp req'd. 730 -7201

TNT Landscape 247-4477

Lawn Maint-Exp,DL
w/ transportation.
$10-15hr. 230-7351.

To set up and maintain
equip on constr sites
Detailed paperwork,
must have good
driving record Benefits
provided. Start 9 920/hr
An EEO Employer
Females & minorities
are Ot Iuragd 10 apply.
1241 Haines Street
Call 904 350 688.

Train to teach Salsa
Swing, Ballroom &oth-
ers. Call Rick 772-8330

sc home

Embracing Children.
irnpflg Live.

Youth/Child Care
Youth Care Worker
needed for teen girls
group home. Avail-
able shifts: Fri-Mon,
2p-o10p40hrs, o10p. 8a
Fri-Sun 30 hrs. Also
needed for children's
group home. Avail-
able shifts: 2p- 10p
Sun-Thu 40 hrs. Must
have GED or high
school diploma and 1
yr exp
working Irailning
a chIlren or ar.o
Fax resume to
888 466 7615 or
Apply on line at

7 home
Embr-alng Children.
Inspiring Liven.

Youth/Child Care
Relief workers
needed to work in
Group Shelters.
Available shifts:
6a.2p, 2p. 10p &
10p-8a weekends &
weekdays. Fill in as
needed. Must have
high school diploma
or GED and 1 yr exp
with childcare.
Fax resume to
888.466-7615 or
Apply on-line at

760 Part-Time
No exp nec. Must be able
mechanically inclined.
&to lift upto 501bs. M. F
8am- 12pm. 636-0903

762 Work At Home

$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry 24hr 390- 3939

Gourmet food, book a
taste testing party,
reorders or inquire about
my business.
Call Debbie 904.292.-4726

Earn Immediate Income.
No exam req'd. Need a
computer/ Internet.
Call for Details. Call
RoxAnne 912-673-7778

765 Plositions

TIONS I am seeking a
job in these fields
telephone lines and
internet access avail-
able. Call 904-779-5025

820 Carpentry

Home Carpentry Repair
Porches.sidin flooring,
soffit & window trim
Call Joe 264-5030

830 Child
3 Care

area mother of 2 can
babysit 4U anytime!
Meals, fun and morel

855 Financial/

Pay Your Bill with a
Secure Loan through
Capital Finance.
-1st 2nd 3rd Mortgages
*Personal Loans
*Credit Lines
Good or Bad Credit,
No Problem!
No Up Front Fees.
2532 Madison Ave.
New York City, NY 10012

865 Improvement/

Privacy Fence
C80pr st.VinyI,Alumlnum &
cra in lhn Cpress ntocal
ade C ipres5 s13drwaoax
.CEpreS 0bord on board

870 Lawn Service-
7 Landscaping

Mo.A & gc.S25- Wkl,
.1ul S.c $35 *Yrl' icon-
tract m0,Kl' ull'S c S35
Call 901 553. 003b

890 Tree

***Anythlng at all ***
Just call
674. 3655

894 Massage

Top quality massages
with little or no wait
9AM-9PM 7 days/wk
MM15239 242-8998

895 Miscellaneous

4 Works Interior
/ |Decorating Begin-
lner sewing class. 3 2
hours classes $60.00
Decorating Service avail-
able call 534-6642

900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
20 Business/Offce
922 Collectables and
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
98 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade

$$ MONEY $$

*100% Mortgages & Loans

*Bad Credit & Bankruptcy OK

*1st & 2nd Mortgages

*Car Loans

*Debt Consolidation

*No Up Front Fees

*Fast Results

Call Us

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All candidates must be 21 yearsof age or older with a high sdool
diploma/GER good credit, clean motor vehicle record, no criminal
background and the ability to pass a polygraph, DOT physical and
drug screen.
Loonis, Fargo & Ca employees enjoy a benefits package that's one of
the best in the industry, including medical, dental, vision, disability,
401k and more.
Interested candidates may apply online at:
www.loomlsfargolobs.com or call (904) 398-2090.
EOE. MIFNID. Drug-Free Workplace. BB9700008

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(minimum of 4 months)

United States Gypsum

Company, Jacksonville

Florida (Fortune 500


Human Resources Gener

duties in a manufacturing

setting. Includes safety,

worker's compensation,

labor relations, EEOC,

hiring and terminations.

Must be currently in coll

for Human Resources an

a Sophomore or higher I

of study.

Salary commensurate wi

level in school.

Please apply by fax

904 764-1641


E-mail: jdupont@usg.


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22 JaxAlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 28, 2005

900 Antiques

Antique 60"-round.
ctr-pedestail oak
table. opens to
accept leaf. $450.00
photo available
Antique Dresser
S1880's $600. pic-
V |t u r e a t :
945 1271
Barber Chair-Koken
great for den or ame
room, .$1000.246-3680

902 Appliances

4. 14 cubic foot Ken-
l more upright
freezer and GE
counter top stain-
less microwave both 3
years old $125.00 OBO
4. Dishwasher
T Almond 24 in for
counter. Runs well
m$50 729-7218 leave
S19.9 Cu. ft. Top
Ilfreezer, 5.8 cu. ft.
No frost. Runs
great. $150 904-220-3630
SKenmore upright
freezer 24x51x56 used
less than 2 years.
perfect for small
kitchen or apartment $80.00
Maytag Neptune Dryer
Only used 6 month
$275.00 821-4939
Washer/Dryer KenMore
Elite Lg cap. Rarely
Used. $550 both 386-0772
Kenmore, works
SIgreat! $350 for both
obo 912-729-5654 or
904 228-0240
Washer & Dryer Heavy
Duty, exc cond. $200.
for both. 238-7491
4 Whirlpool side by side
refrigerator exec cond
Ilyr-new $500.00 call
Christina 542-3320
x410 or 291-6503

o90 Articles
For Sale

4. 36" Patio table and
two high chairs to
tilmatch. $40.00 call
.. 10 Piece Patio Set
1 $328. Loveseat
chair, Ottoman 2
glass tables and
lamp $520. great cond.
Call 273-9987
African Art Prints
all sorts plus
M asonic and
eastern star prints
you must see to believe
call 778-2464
Antique Church Pews
For Sale! Call for Prices
SAquarium hood
with fluorescent light.
Measures 29 inches by
111/2 inches. like
new. $20. firm 268-2482
/ Ford Ranger Edge
v pickup '02. $100,
S never used
4 Bicycle Lemond
1 Racing Style 51
|Fisher bike com-
p uter super-cond
$600 call 226-1291
Medela pump in
41style double breast
'pump in original
box. Retail for $259 will
sell for $150 firm. Call
Joann 904-772-7133
Car Subwoofer and
Ampin 10" sub in
tube 0o box
needed. Crossfire
70WX2 Amp. Excellent
condition. $100 882-5267
TION- 28 tapes $75
Country Kitchen
table with three
chairs $50.00 call
men's size 12, black,
41never worn. $50.00
Crutches, wood,
Padded, adjustable.
ong pair and short
-'pair. each $8. firm
| wooden, partially
Finished with some
c furn. Very nice $55
call 904-278-0971
SElectric Clearing
Machine Pressure
v1-washer Coleman'
FGra:,er Man pk- 0
$199.00 asking 765 call
7 6 5122
c Four P225 10R16
Genera] 150 00
\.0B0 comnpaq 2
i, ks reoui $150 00
OBO Bill 246 0301
4, Frigidare heavy
T duty-. larc
p : ,C ,. .r,,: r
sene pct- i;. r, r i0 ....
call 27e 92 0
GE Washer Dryer
w rIset ne.a oual:.
irrut sell 5200 ,OBO
call 537 79O4 anrer 7
4 High Chair-Fis ntr
Price 50 toiler
|Stroller-Gracco 50,.
offer Pack-n-Play
-Gra:`i $50. ,oier
Please CDal 272 4806
Kenmore Gas Dryer
S used 3 y evar s
2\1$J00 U0. Emerson
Iricr.-.-,ve used 6
wks $25 00, CD's some
new R&B. h.p nop. rocK
counrr, $5 00 ea
,. King Size Mattress,
$e> .: i/ ,[ .:. :.-,, r I,:.r,
$140 ,1 ,-,- r r6Pr.:8
in SI al r : I i
912-882 'f.,
.Large Char Broil
dSmoker umtn side
o lf ir e bo x 0 5 00
2" 432)
& La Schiner Magnox TV
pJf w W r-.. .iir,.

on whe.i i,"r '. 5,-,i
sometr,,,, d,"-r.-,',l ,i: 11
904-521."'- :1
4. Mend 24" 10 speed
/ bike red Murre'
ltbrar~o excellent
codr,drti.,r, $25 00
a Moving Boxes; u>-a,
4 W rr,:,r,-.i a. r.,. i,: ...

include t.- u':' ,:,i2 r :' 7
4, Moving sale
l ever,.nng mult go
plpiItures corlee
table ,-nd tables .tl-
tionar/ bike etc cril
904 641 43.,5

Must Sell
Due to Divorce
2005 Nec: r. i- .-.'..'' .1 3,r ,, -,
Make r an.,, 5-.,:r.,:-_
Buttonhb.i-i & Pu.:r. .I.:.r ..
Cost}5-.-9 ",t.al-,,:o $1-9
To See Call 904-465-2886
Will Deliver!
4 Oak Hall raniz with
trirroas $350 00
JLcall 912 266-2690
4, Pool-24rL,'18 00D
| gairn .ilter.
ladder. pump.free
delivery 10B0,olle
r.Plea.e cal 272.4806

Qn. Daybed w,'trundle &
mattress tecretar, dsk
& exec chair 779-2799
after 6om

4 Rubbermaid Slide
Lid Outdoor
Shed, 1 5 ,rs old
pao $395. Will sell
for $295. great cond.
Call 273-9987
4 Size 8 White Wed-
ding Gown never
worn purchase
,from the bridal
shop call before 8PM
plBeOase 269-1478 $300

a Solid Oak 48"
SRound Table
\I ex-cond $250 call
4, SPA 6 person. Free
needs tubing, heater,
,-rewired, you move.
Call 729-7218
j. SunQuest Pro 16 SE
STanning bed with
electrical outlet and
breaker for immediate
hook up. tan year round
$1,000.00 call 912-266-2694
a. Tony Boselli
(X-Jag uar) life size
\ cardboard color
stand-up $100.
firm 268-2482
TV, 32 inch Toshiba
Picture in picture.
kltimer. great pic-
ture and sound.
remote and manual.
$95. Firm 268-2482

905 Articles
For Sale

4 Two Transom
SMount Minn Kota
..iTrolling Motors
S $125.00 17 LBS
Thrust three speed and
A 36 LBS Thrust six
speed call 912-227-0930
4, Varl Kennels (two)
tan intermediate
9 size 32L x 22Wx 23
H. each used just
once. retail $90. $25
each. 317-7980

9 Buildings
917 I For Sale

10ox100 Clear Span Pre
engineered building.21ft
eve helght.$20,000.
Steel bar loists various
lengths $15-25 each.
Misc. steel beamspipe
channels.and so fourth.
424-3667 / 268-5833

920 Business/
;20 Office

Going out of Business
Flower shop closing
Walk in cooler.3 corn
apartment stainless
steel slnk.plush ani-
mals container.cards.
exterior sign. 262-7054
Workstation / Cubicles
Only $595
Herman Miller 8'x 8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
9 & Jewelry

WANTED -Gator Rings,
Class, Championship or
Bowl 352-258-1266 FSU
& Miami also. Cash Pd.
Wedgwood China Vin-
tage, Mint cond, Seri-
ous buyers only. 472-3306

925 Computers

Compaq laptop
computer with
4 internet explore
Smicrosoft word
and more perfect for
school work cd player
301-318-3841 $200.00
SComputer- note-
book Dxz355,Pen-
ernal dvd+cdrw,wire-
less card,15inch,
xga+tft screen.win-xp
,$675 call 779-7327
& Kenmore Washer
/ and Dryer works
t I GREAT! $350 for
both OBO. Please
call 729-5654"or
4 Monitor and two
Speakers Gateway
t|brand $30.00
904- 277- 8205
Notebook com-
puter XZ355 Pentium
t1|4 1.6 GHz 768 MB
Wireless 54 mbps card 15
inch XGA.TFT screen
Win-Xp $675 call 779-7327

92 Electronics

(black) a must see
and hear $300.00
for pair call
,-I .size with battery &
R.L-bag $175. Camera
pentax 35mm $35 exc.
cond. 904-277-8205
SCORDER with battery
ktcharger and bag $175.
Camera Pentax 35mm
with bag $35 exc. cond.
4 Mobile DJ mixer
|and (3) CD players in
S mobile DJ case. plug in
play karaoke on
wheels $ 600.00
4. Mobile DJ P pioneer
DJM 500 professional
I mixer. must see and
play with $300/ best
offer 912-266-2694
g940 AC/Heat/

AIR COND 8000BTU llOv;
$60. 25,o000BTU 220v;
$300. work grt 389-2007

945 Garage

8-2 baby maternity.
etc. crib. 26" tF
8041 Qu.c.nslerr,
Ln 904 772 7133
ARL-Sat only 8-3.Furn,
HH ,[ems. Barb.es.cloth
1127 Roma.ne C.r. W
a4 Elliotts Plantation
near Cro.:.keo Riyer
Stale Park 71
W i I I i a3 m C I
1 30.'05 7am- Furn.
6 a b -, i I e m s .
brc -brac.cloth.misc
ICW-Sat 8-1. 461
Sai.tourn CI 221 9173
Antqvnt.vtae record
turnm. cloth, bikes~misc.
lAX BEACH Sal Only-
treardm V .s:r a.cir oem
IOl. 2 end tlls. v ici-r
re unit micri- eve
art 4 16' tire.ialounge
ctairE. sm n iv.mlEc. r.
504 13th Ave. S
JCP-1320 L Chinaberry CL
Sa5 Jul, 3K6thOni, 7 12
CI.omen W 0 carpet rurnm.
to,:, s books eIc
Mandarin 10950 Manda-
r-n Sltaicn Dr. E. Tools
Fish-na Gear. Furn. Pcol
Table-. more 53t. 6.5
MANDARIN Moving Sale
1186 Foxiord Ct. cOl
Huni ngt-_-,n Forest. 2
pi rnos. clarner. lurn.
comm r toasterr R.sur
Barmear rans. yd [ocls.
Lili-gc-r message table.
toolss & lots Fr mlc.
Ve ndrs welcome
Tnur. Fri. Sat 8am-
C all 6 0 9394
Mand-Huge Yard Sale
.775 Wassail Dr Fri
7,29.Sat 7,-30 Sun 7 31
7 an- 4pm Loan B6''
m.iaar t.ra.-tic 3ii5
nea.A.s.,_rtCo ,ard
tOOls aiomer,3 & young
mens clothing ci.-,.
game., mT-c.
,1-ms Come earl. ,or
beat Seleclion
MAND-Sat 7-2. Furn.G~rl
,ab3, choth.hn itemm.
i-Ic 2719 Brar.d,Duck Tn
St. Marys-lg ,alt?
5 T 3t 8.12 311 Hunt
Club 5.-I. deearer
16rumh.Nice glass
SUGAR MILL Plantation
Sat 7.'30 am 12pm 301
Maitnews Ridge. Car-
tier V.s5on Aire RGam
Condirioner. GE Mticro.
.,ase- Oven Dstlilled
w31er make-r never
used women's small
sn-ms shorts ano long
sleeve. never usea boys
and men's wind
oreaker jacsels. hard
taols. mise. hard.sare
item., cther housenold
ilenmis Used car dealer
il-n-.- and more.
Fri a Sat 7am 1pm
6777 5 DaugnIrn Blvd
W'side Thur. Fri, Sat 9-4;
Rain or sn-ne. 3504
P-necre"-1 St. Corner or
Pinecrest & W Palm Ave

Bargain Honters Galore

Thi 53at & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place Vendor
Soaces Starting .a-
7059 Ramona. 786-FLEA

955 Household
9 Furniture

open Buffet area. Must
see! Needs TLC
$250obo. 673-9056

Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
(904) 674 0405

Bed-AAA Affordable
New Pillowtop $235 Can
del. Warranty 505-7941

Bed *Affordable* $195
Queen Set. New Plush
an Deliver 505-7941

Bed AAA Can Deliver
Twin set $79 Full $99
must sell 505-7941

Bed AAA Mattress $295
New Plush King sets
Pillowtop 505-7941

Bedroom 4PcSet
Pc Sofa&Chair From$1991
B Pc Oak Dinette Frm $199
3 Pc Qn Simmons Bd $198
SPc Sealy Twin Bed $123
Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
IVCR's From $121
_0" Color TV's From $75
Microwaves From $2
L (904)39C9000

Qn Size. In Plastic. $120
(904) 674 0405

955 Household

Bedroom set-
V|large dresser.small
dresserwith mir-
ror,night stand,box
obo. 777-3846

olblack vinyl, roomy,
good cond, some
minor tears, you pick up.
904-772-7359 after 10

a maple early
I JAmerIcan style
solid wood. Center
drawer w/brass pull
very good condition $30

cond, (1) Natural
S|color w/floral print,
S(1) Off white w/
muted stripe.
904-228-1905 Priced to

4. COUCH mint
G Green and love
Slseat under 1 yr old
-$200 Call for more

4, Custom blue
lazyboy sectional
tL philant sleeper,
recliners, oak
tables paid 3000.00 sell
300.00 good condition
call 912-882.6919

Dining Rm Tbl Side
Board & 4chrs,
Couch, twin bed mat-
tress sets &
frames.Computer &

955 Household

two leafs and six
Chairs, good cond. $70.
Call 278-0971

.. Entertainment unit
S solid wood doors +
V glass door extra Ec.
can fit 30' tv $500

2D, contemporary
solid wooden
doors & glass door
extra ec, can fit 30" TV
$500 904264.7606

4. Kitchen Table-
Swhite.4 chairs like
|V new $100,Pale
Green sectional
couch good cond.$100.
Call 272-4408
Like New Simmons
Double sleeper
SI couch multi-color
1new $600.00 sell
$200.00 912-496-4789
Luxury WGV Brand
/ New 2 bed 2 bath
41.$1350 includes
cable water trash
w/d pool gym golf
Srivilege scr Lanai
78- 9780

4. MATTRESS, King,
Sbeautyrest double
..pillowtop, $150
obo Italian
wrought iron marble
table top $120 obo
9047420803 /

955 Household
S Furniture

Never used light
Spine single bedw/
slhshelves b/in
drawers stand new
mattress w/ert center
w/ 3 Ig drawer 1 cabi-
net w/4 shelves 325.00
call 904-529-8263 Jim
leave message
S SOFA $40; 4
I swivel bar stools
$25 each.
Call 771-7482.
|BOARDS both with
mirrors. Like new!
Moving, must sell!
Come take a look!
Small, green
vlvelour, waiting for
a good home, $70
obo 904-742-0803 /
904,655- 5011
4, Six drawer vanity
with mirror and
4" ltbench excellent con-
dition $100.00080 BO call
276-4121 or 219-9710
Sleeper Sofa,
offee & 2 end
tables-$300 for all
or will separate.Good
cond. 912-729-4685
4 Sofa & loveseatexc
cond.$350 for more
Linfo call 721-2939

4 Wall unit teak 3
sections with
mamatching light
bars. like new
$575.00 278-5381 cell

955 Household
9 Furniture

$60. Computer
,|Desk $35; Sofa and
Loveseat $400;
Kitchen Table w/chrs
$75; Student Desk $40;
SWhite Metal Double
Decker Twin Beds
1 perfect condition
$60.00 317-1990,
291- 4190, 477- 0312
SCanopy, Haverty's,
S1 $75 Rockinghorse,
wooded wagon,
pool table. 10 games in
one $19. 904-908 9173

9 0 Machinery
9 6 & Tools

Generator, Yanmar, 3
KW, diesel, new, elec-
I ltric start and rope pull
$1,800.00 904- 321-0274

970 Merchandise/

6 Piece Drum Set
like new $300.00
call 729-6479

Antique piano with
|stool, looks greats
but needs tuning
etc. only $150.00
take it call 771- 7298
4. Drum Set-Peavy
w/zildijian sym-
bols, Gibraltar
w/stoo,used 3 mo,still
new. $750obo.778-7688
or 923-5461

970 Merchandise/
P Piano-Spinet
| .made by Baldwin
I.-,cherry cabinet

Power Amplifiers
CD players VCR's-
all sort of stereo
equipment for sale
foe more information
call 778-2464

980 Sporting

Beagle/Walker mix- 12
Quality deer & fox
hounds.2-5yrs old.$250
and up. 904-434-5351

GOLF CLUBS, Ping eye
S2 original 2 thru L
:Jxwedge 11 clubs.
Excellent condition.
$475. 910-0649/w270-5151

GOLF CLUBS -new set
Titleist, drivers, irons,
wedges, woods, Scotty
Cameron putter $750

10 1/2 D; Whisper
Stove sleeping bag.
All for $100. Call
771-7482 Iv msg.

,C Home Gym Weider
SCTS200 multi-sta-
tion home gym
system excellent
condition, $100 call
908 4830

980 Sporting

SCLUBS, Complete
Call Jake 264-4587

Pool Tables $750-$1595
Solis Maple 1" slate New
showroom. 505-7941

Pro-form Tread-
T mill like new 585PI
|18" wide tread
$275.00 cardlo-guide
exercise $75.00 Bob

S. GA Dog Hunt Club,
Deer, Bear, Hogs &
Turkeys. 8,295ac.$1000 a
member. 904-757-0945

Leather Jacket 2XL
91993 to 1999
National champs
multi color brand new
beautiful $350 firm

PRESERVE. 9mi. N. of
Swainsboro, GA.
Excepting membership.
applications. Contact
Larry Archer at

lbar, arm & leg
curls, 1051bs
weight, delivery pos-
sible 907-874-1420 $75

SWind Surfer 11.5ft
HUNTING CLUB -Fargo, Viper Fanatic Per-
GA Do, Hunting Club, fect for Beginners.

Pets and
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services

1005 Livestock
0 & Supplies

sic lines, exc temp/ con
formation 850-212-0184

1010 Pet's &

Yorkie, Cocker, Toy
Poodle, Toy Cocker
Mixed, JRT. Rat Terrier,
Boston, Chihuahua,
Min Dach, Rotties,
Maltese, Pug mixed,
Basset & Beagle Mixed,
Siamese Kittens.

Designer Mix Breeds
toys, teacups & more.
Doxies, Chlhuahuas,
Maltese, Schnauzers
90 days same as cash
Pet World 262-4646

950 Garden/

4 Lawn Mower
Sold,runs great.$50
912-673-6496 after
4pm to see.
573-9377 days.
4. Murray riding lawn
/ mower with
4ldethather engine
needs work six
years old $100 call
S- OR Scag stand
_ ,Vbehind commercial
mower, $400 for either
one. Daniel Pease 729-4001
(H) 573-9874 (3p-llp)
Tiller-Lg, Briggs & Stra-
ton, Troy Built.
Shp,transmission, for-
ward & reverse.$650

955 Household

TABLE, 60" L 19" W 35"
H. Early 1900's Very
good condition $75obo
249-1611 Small computer
desk $30.

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proved homes only radio/CD/color TV, 40' PREMIER PARK $1000.0 CHRYSLER SEBRIN ObO 317-7157 T O runs great, 101,000 mi
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Pappilons/matese Dieselsailse OG4 PS, Dodge, 4 6 plu set k FRANKless G entRIFFIN ry,$12, l 8
pups-2m.2fem $400. VHFART.Dodger & OASIS SHASPATT02 tup $200all Call Billy 912-6 O7-6541 range Park KE AD NISSAN OF Lexus of Jacksonville
ShiT-male imo $500. Bimini above avera 2 9- 0813 ask for Trey CHEVY COLORADO ExtOuts ending conds
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4x4 SLT 7kmi St#F24 $25,988 low miles must sell wont last$2975 TIAC-GMC 3897700
PIe R Llifted many extras: TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 quickly $12,945. 389-7700 JEEP C.EROKEE RJ Johnson USN/RET
/Playful rabbitfr Marine TRAVEL TRAILERS service recordsETAB R-0 S.C0
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ease duty ersonnelretir HONDA 8.HP G TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 sale $20,845.Cal389-7700 $1500obo. 651-5545
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5,.marketualuer17500 0u.Gcoaearu 1616 Cassal Ave 387.0/1 1C,259Altar.1.CBind 721S 0 80 00All,,rh, Blvd I,41-6455
WESTIE PUPPY. A C A, -B80903c09 6605626 2003 Road King ..P265-70,RI7 trom rr. r ,
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www.RversRV.om l1967 BUICK ELEC- nnetires. $su A90TE NC YCOGGINTOYOTAAVENUES
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(904) 7830-313 Super guide. 41 00 CarA430 Cu Forl .Mr 45 L vbrnORD
chrome accvsscies. 912 294 8186must Bell ,r,i.-r,,," iC tRA, ,All- 6501 Youngerman Circle 7,1-9100
Transportation I RIVERSIDE TRAILER parts, garaged. EC "' 970 NOVA Nlea 9.0.276 6h2s1 4i.Sou1 lide Bind t:-b0tU 7700bIandinqBIn 7l ,'Bd9 5 u m7 1
4 r1,un5'ob- ..ingle 904-284.5258 00013.6. i&...... MERCURY OR MARQU '00 MAZDA CITY LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
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a2IOIa!tbc,3s condton $13 00 ,:Metallic Blue Fire-
IMB013 E.icKaD,:,ge.& 213.9590 tk 20celenti_ ondi':12 662'46 bird 19of ,',T.-- ERNIE PALMER TYOTA
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1305AutoBroker 5 HARLEY SOFTAIL $15.000 Call 221 2097 $375 .......war c347700 NIMNICHTCADILLAC-[,ASHTISDELLEVW
1310Auto pk. .i1 CUSTOM 90 ra5t 1481DAelAISDEO E V202603
315 Au') RenL LeSSe ICmt muSe lln.. 1325 Au-omotia C0GINBndir c HONDA TOM BUSH MINI
1, Antiques Ca.n.CIC-" $-.000o0 A I. A t. .9875 B d ..r5.... .. .-.-. P,KUO'STEEN V W
LMSAu omoiile 912 510 7104 530Pnfiniti 93' r MonteCarlos6arle ARKERiCADILLAC 9875 A2lanPc Blvd 725-091&1
1340 TruCk L Trailer; P 1OR STER / ode 130.00 mile, Jr. Tr2butet.nr.ne44r 285 nMarco Si Aug 34215 ON ATLANTIC
NusN 1200 CUSTOM dJr00 _Ts 0 rin2,-2110030A0nal:Bl .0TOM BUSH VW
EOrs. $Ti1.995 gre3t runs grest Mustang 93 ,a: [10lAa'l; lv l6l80l
1351Vn5Au.oBTucsG9044 -N.C.205NCACURA23.O.COGGIN HONDA BECK MITSUBISHI 9850 A1aritlcBlvd 725-0911
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Chevrolet Malibu t ..: r 1736 Ca3Sal Ave 389-7792 ATLANTIC 9201 Alantic Blvd 724-2310 1515 Wells R 269-1033
L' 99' 5 -rk. .n...l. lg o li,h.., 6ijiCATLANTIC JEEP I5 W s9
S....... *i 0 o GARBER CHRYSLER 2330usisou 35,42, GARBER PONTIAC Tom Bush Autoplex
19.9. &y 2W -L r,,l e. t TOYOTA COROLLA Gretin Cove Springs 264-2416 CARUSO JEEP Green Cove Springs 2644502 9875 Atiantic Blv 37177
.1998orToyotahCary 2000 Exped- t 2km$400. Call RICK KEFFER 1750SoulnS,deBiv 725.7300 NIMNICHT PONTIAC COGGIN USED CAR
eliBook Value ..$7450+++ Go dV athr -95 Ei129 Feri BCh 3919 Phillips Hwy 7Y-1616 SUPERCENTER
.1i Book Value ::..$14000. rm11*.:.,.:, .t'm TOYOTA COROLLA CE FRANK GRIFFIN 39 7331616 SUPERCENTER
FirstyCavaleerCa Po L 4 J03 1 i .....KJeep of Orange Park -2P3.i 8500 AianrcBind 724-4999
$495o 0oe 5 ,I BSlaCk,22S 2 07 0.1N, t,122 IZ 1515 Wells Rd 269- 10 B O TR RI V.I.P. AUTO SALES
Down ..............40 heavy corv. '93 .h ATLANTIC DODGE MIKE SHAD 10UMO ASianiMc BS 72 5936 Phips Hwy 713-7439
.... Annv. BurgiTarga Top. e M 10100 Allanlic Brvd 725,9155
Interest7....................d 04T 7 424- The 1be 2330 US South 354-4421 CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT WARREN MOTORS, INC.
.' "- Chevy Corvette 4 96 bar a !n JACK CARUSO 1736 Casat Ave 389-7792* 233 Eai Sl3ie SI 356-8491
30 cars in stock bar ghai'JACKue CARUSO 17i6Celh-ICK KEFFER
0 1c9r9 n sto rdd Cab lger. ~.~yL"h' ,sure REGENCY DODGE RICK KEFFER ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO *
1999 Ford 'Qd Cab Ranger hap It 1097 9 Alanic Blvd 642-5600 1-95 ExIl 129 Fern Bh 895N R), Reagan Bvd
S I 1 Chevy Nova 197 For Classified GARBER DODGE TRUCK L,2tr, f0,-r.407-339-3
n1996eForro engine
440 great 53 o0 Advertising, call Green Cove Spnrngs 264.2416 TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
S zooo Cae .w/ ae 3. 904-366-6300, ORANGE PARK DODGE COGGIN KIA 7600 Bianding Bid 899)00
"" .. r. l .; T 'e e. nC a ngneA or toll-free 7233 Biandirig Bid 7-,,.5500 9401 AllanIc Blv 723-3210 NIMNICHT SAAB WORLD IMPORTS
S1833 103rd St.. t ru 2 .... 1-8grea5$36000
o 929rd ack 54nsr 1-800-258-4637. RICK KEFFER RAY CARTER KIA 7999Blandnrg Bid Ja a ww woriimportsusa con.
(.. 90,4) 778-2980 : 1... or 5o- 228 o o 1 295 EI 129'Ferrn B(hi -8i-228 744 6373 Blanding Blvd 771.6078 904.77.7700 www niTrchi com 11650 BEACH BLVD 9989992'
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