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Hands-on Training Making The Grade
Sea Cadets Train With VS-30 Naval Hospital Aces Survey

Pages 8-9

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TOUCING Bono to lead Nav

BASE Sentell retires after

Salute to the
military tonight

Jacksonville Suns host
the last Salute to the Mili-
tary nights tonight. The
Suns are playing the West
Tennessee Diamond Jaxx.
The game starts at 7:05.
The NAS Blue Jacket
Sailor of the Quarter,
TMSN Joseph Sexton, will
throw the first pitch; the
Navy Band will perform;
and the NAS Jacksonville
Color Guard will present
the colors. Tickets for the
game can be purchased at
the MWR I.T.T. office for
$7.50 for home box seats,
$4.50 for reserved seats
and $5.50 for bleacher
seats. For more informa-
tion, call Shannon
Leonard at 542-3577.

27 years of service
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
apt. Raquel Cruz Bono will
relieve Capt. John Sentell as
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
commanding officer in a combined
change of command and retirement
ceremony tomorrow.
The 10 a.m. ceremony will take
place at the NAS Jacksonville All
Saints Chapel. Guest speaker at
the ceremony will be Naval Hosp-
ital Portsmouth, Va. Commanding
Officer Rear Adm. Thomas Burk-
Bono, a Navy surgeon, reports to
Naval Hospital Jacksonville from
Washington, DC where she served
as executive assistant to the Navy
Surgeon General at the Bureau of
Medicine Surgery (BUMED).
Bono is a graduate of the
University of Texas at Austin and
attended medical school at Texas
Tech University. She was commis-
sioned in June 1979 and selected
for a surgical internship at Naval
Medical Center Portsmouth in
1983. She completed her residency
in general surgery, followed by a
Trauma and Critical Care
Fellowship at the Eastern Virginia
Graduate School of Medicine in
Norfolk, Va.
Her Navy service includes duty
in Operations Desert Shield and

Capt. Raquel Cruz Bono
Storm as head of Casualty
Receiving, Fleet Hospital Five in
Saudi Arabia. Later assignments
included staff positions at Naval
Medical Center Portsmouth includ-
ing staff surgeon in the General
Surgery Department and surgical
intensive in the Medical/Surgical
Intensive Care Unit.
In that time period she was also
an attending surgeon at the Burn
Trauma Unit at Sentara Norfolk
General Hospital. Her appointed
duties included division head of
Trauma, Head of the Ambulatory
Procedures Department (APD),
chair of the Laboratory Animal
Care and Use Committee, assistant
head of the Clinical Investigations
and Research Department, chair of
the Medical Records Committee,

Capt. John

and command inte
She has also served
ty leader for intern
Surgeon General.
In September 1I
assigned first, as
Surgical Services a
director of Restorat
National Naval Me
Bethesda, Md., du
mand's reorganize
line health care deli
At BUMED fro
2001 to December
the Medical Corps
officer for the Chiel
Corps. In that role
professional review
evaluates and scr
applicants for direc
participants for

Hosp Jax
*a-g ~Assistance Program for the
ip_'4 ~ Medical Corps. She returned to the
4- National Naval Medical Center in
SJanuary 2003 as the director for
-',;t' I ~Prevention and Wellness where she
S, was directly responsible for the
S .' delivery of health services in the
,areas of Primary Care, Women's
4 and Children's Health, Behavioral
Health and Disease Management.
With the re-organization of the
clinical services in May 2003, she
was re-assigned as the director for
Medical-Surgical Services, which
encompassed all specialty care in
the medical and surgical areas.
Bono is a diplomat of the Amer-
.' ican Board of Surgery and holds a
Certification of Added Qualifica-
Sentell tions in Surgical Critical Care. She
is a Fellow of the American College
rn coordinator, of Surgeons and a member of the
as the special- Eastern Association for the
matters to the Surgery of Trauma.
Sentell assumed command June
999, Bono was 6, 2003. As commanding officer, he
the director of managed a military health care
nd then as the enterprise with eight facilities in
ive Care at the two states. He oversaw a $160 mil-
dical Center in lion budget and led over 2,000 staff
ring the com- members, both military and civil-
tion to service ian.
very. He ensured his staff was ready to
m September put "Muddy Boots" on the ground
2002, she was whenever and wherever Navy med-
career-planning icine sent them. As a result of his
f of the Medical leadership, Navy medicine's first
she chaired the Expeditionary Medical Unit was
ew board that established and deployed in sup-
eens potential port of the global war on terrorism

t accession and
the Financial

See HOSPITAL, Page 13

:o:waa:lhaen Security trainees get rigorous workout

The Pentagon TV chan- By Kaylee LaRocque ingredients of the chemical and
F..- -. ,._ .'H Staff Writer the mental and physical effects of

nel is now available on
channel 119. The NAS Jax
TV Command Channel is
118. You may have to run
the channel select routine
to get your TV to recog-
nize channel 119.

Head to the fair
Aug. 25

Photo by PH3 Clarck Desire
Field Training Officer Jerry Syrek advises student ATAN Joel Pichardo to close his
eyes, count to five, then open his eyes and begin making rounds to the different
stations after being contaminated with pepper spray.

Before patrolmen from the
NAS Jax Security Depart-
ment are allowed to hit the
streets, they are required to go
through a specialized training
class to become certified to work
on base.
"Before we send our personnel
out to patrol the streets, they
must go through an extensive
training program covering legal
and ethical issues, and the tech-
niques of using pepper spray to
subdue a suspect," said Field
raining Officer Cpl. Jerry Syrek,
who oversees the training of the
students. "We also teach them
how to handle themselves if there
is a secondary contamination and
they are accidentally sprayed,"
The training begins in the
classroom where the students
learn the legalities of using pep-
per spray and when to use it, the

the spray. "All of our patrolmen
are required to carry pepper
spray when on duty so they need
to know what it does to a person,"
continued Syrek.
After the classroom session, the
students must complete a practical
session. During this session, the
students are actually contaminat-
ed and must perform a series of
tests against aggressive opponents
demonstrating their ability to take
control in a stressful situation.
"Once they are contaminated in
their face, the students are
required to count to five and open
their eyes and count the number
of fingers an instructor holds up.
Each student then goes through
eight different stations battling a
'suspect' using several types of
block strikes to show they can
protect themselves," said Syrek.

See TRAINING, Page 13

The fifth annual Multi- '
Cultural Awareness Fair is
Aug. 25 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Bachelor Offi-
cers Quarters Pavilion.
This event features cultur-
al heritage representations
and art displays, diverse
cultural entertainment -
music, dancers, live bands
and a motorcycle show.
Numerous commands-
sponsored booths will
showcase different cultural
Free samples of cultural
food dishes prepared by
the galley will be offered
throughout the event.
Volunteers are needed
to help with this event. For
more information, call JO1
Mike England at 542-4877
or Glenn Mebane at 542-

Children return

to school



Watson Christopher, a teacher at Ortega Elementary
School, provides SK2(SCW) Porchia Benjamin of Aviation
Support Detachment, Jacksonville, with information on
the first day of school. Benjamin's son, Treyvon, is a stu-
dent in the class.

Photos by PH1 Toiete Jackson
SK2(SCW) Porchia Benjamin of Aviation Support Detachment, Jacksonville, ensures her
8-year-old son, Treyvon, a fourth-grader at Ortega Elementary School is OK on the first
day of school. "Treyvon is a quiet and polite boy and I just want to be sure he is fine,"
Benjamin said.

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2 Jax Ar NeWS NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 11, 2005


Learn about tomorrow from yesterday and today

Rick West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
hipmates, before I
start this week's col-
umn, I just wanted to
say thanks for the hard
work that you're doing. I'm
finishing up my latest trip
through the Pacific AOR,
and the quality of our
Navy's Sailors and the work
they do today is simply awe-
After talking with many
of our shipmates and watch-
ing what they do, I have no
doubt that our Navy is in
great hands for the future. I
find myself humbled at the
dedication, intelligence and
skill levels of our deckplate
Sailors. You are "making
your mark" and keeping our
great Navy at the forefront.
That brings me to what I
wanted to talk about this
week. The past and the
Navy leadership has men-
tioned more than a few
times that the best way to
prepare for the future is to
look to the past. And that's
a smart philosophy we
should embrace.
The coming month of
September is a good time to
reflect on the practices and

philosophies of our past
Navy leaders. Here at Pearl
Harbor, the Pacific Fleet is
preparing to honor the 60th
anniversary of the end of
World War II.
Some of our finest Navy
leaders rose up from that
terrible conflict and were
instrumental in bringing it
to an end.
We should be looking at
these past leaders so we
can learn from their suc-
cesses and their mistakes.
One of the World War II
Navy's most effective and
brilliant leaders was Fleet
Adm. Chester Nimitz. And
it wasn't because he was
dynamic, flamboyant or
smarter than everyone else.
He had simple approaches,

simple ideas, and the ability
to inspire those around him.
Naval historian Robert
Love said the laid-back, soft-
spoken Texan's greatest gift
was his ability to bring
together the best qualities
in a team and then let it do
the job.
According to Love, Nimitz
possessed an inner balance
and calm that those around
him drew from. He also
knew he was only as good as
the Sailors he led. You can
tell that from the photos we
have in at the COMPACFLT
headquarters building of
Nimitz playing friendly
games of horseshoes with
his Sailors.
But his most effective
trait was the courage to let
his subordinates do their
jobs without interference.
He understood the impor-
tance of team building as
much as being a team play-
er. Building an effective
fighting team from some of
the disparate personalities
as the quiet, introspective
Raymond Spruance and the
ebullient, aggressive
William "Bull" Halsey, Jr. or
the hard charging Eugene
Fluckey was certainly no
small feat and a great les-
son we all can learn.
Another example is how

Nimitz took a shattered
Pacific Fleet after the Dec. 7
attack, and virtually
overnight remade it into a
fighting force that defeated
the Japanese fleets at Coral
Sea and Midway. The Battle
of Midway was a huge gam-
ble for Nimitz, but many
historians consider that vic-
tory the ultimate turning
point for the entire war.
But Nimitz, Halsey,
Spruance, Fluckey and
many of the other famous
names we grew up with are
easy to proclaim as great
leaders. But there are oth-
ers who were and are just as
Even as exceptional as
Nimitz was, he'd be the first
to say there are better lead-
ers. And in a sense he's
He'd be talking about
today's leaders. He'd be talk-
ing about the leading sea-
man in a division, or the
leading petty officer. He'd
be talking about that chief
who helps train his division
officer about management
skills and giving the Sailors
the tools to be successful.
Those who keep the Navy
running day in and day out
are the leaders Nimitz

See FLEET, Page 4

Job title/command:
Supply Department

Hometown: Mariana, Fla.

Family Life: I have two children,
Joshua and Angeliga, .

Past Duty Stations: USS Enterprise; USS
Buckeley; RTC Great Lakes, Ill.; Operation
Deep Freeze, Antarctica; USS Brunswick, NAS
Pensacola; USS Sterett, fhilippines

Career Plans: To retire and become a

Most Interesting-Experience: Enjoying
life itself.

Words of Wisdom: It's not what people do
that hurts the most, it's how you respond to it.
th th rt h mostit' .. .. you .... res on to t.....


Job title/command:

Hometown:- Mexico


Salesmen: A military wife is force to be reckoned with

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor

Five years ago, Dustin
and I bought our first
car, a 2000 Ford
Explorer. We were stationed
in San Diego, Calif., and I
was seven months pregnant
with our son, Ford (who,
coincidentally, also was a
2000 "model").
Walking around the sales
lot, I was so excited about
the idea of a new car, things
like gas mileage and tire
tread had no meaning for
me. This made us a sure
thing for the lucky salesman
who helped us. Well, that,
plus the fact I asked Dustin,
"Why do you have to be so
unreasonable?" every time
he tried to negotiate the
price down.
"Whose side are you on,
anyway?" Dustin asked.
But I was oblivious, sit-
ting happily in the corner,
rubbing my bulging belly
and dreaming of things like
car seats and window
shades with Winnie the
Pooh on them.
Our clever salesman
heard all this, and while
Dustin diligently went over
the family budget with a
calculator and pencil, the
salesman took me-his
pregnant, eager customer-

out for a second test drive.
"Feel how safe this car
is," the man said. "It's per-
fect for a growing family."
[Wink, wink]
Wow, how did he know
safety was at the top of my
"You're not going to find
anything safer than this," he
said. "And really, what price
can you put on safety?"
Clever. Very clever.
Back at the showroom,
Dustin and I had a heated
argument over whether or
not we should negotiate our
unborn baby's safety. I don't
remember who won,
because, as I said, I was
pregnant, and therefore, all
my brain capacity was filled
with things like zippered
onsies and crib bumpers.
But in the end, we bought
the car. And one day later,
our new Firestone tires
were recalled.
So I went back to the
dealer and asked for differ-
ent tires, because, let's face
it, we didn't even have a
license plate yet! If Dustin
had had his way and we had
played the negotiating game
another day longer, those
Firestone tires would have
been the dealership's prob-
lem anyway.
But the salesman-who
less then 24 hours before

had been so concerned with
my safety-said "No; take a
number and wait several
weeks like the rest of our
recalled customers."
Fair is fair, but I wasn't
ready to settle. For the next
seven days, I camped out-
side the manager's office,
begging for new tires. On
the last day, because he was
tired of seeing me, the man-
ager called over the inter-
com to the service depart-
ment and said, "Get Mrs.
Smiley whatever she
wants." I left with Goodyear
Fast forward to last week,
when Dustin and I bought
our new Ford Freestyle. Oh,
what a difference five years
makes! Not that I'm any
smarter about negotiating,
but I am smarter about let-
ting Dustin do his thing and
staying out of it. And this
'time, our salesman, Jacob,
was smarter about not
messing with the female
customer in the family.
So while Dustin did his
usual being-rude-to-the-
salesman routine, I simply
sat back and picked at my
nails, pretending not to
notice and certainly not
interrupting. Although I did
send a few knowing smiles
to Jacob because the Good
Cop/Bad Cop thing isn't the

worst tactic.
And yet, Jacob didn't
need silly ploys and family
spats to sell us a car. He
knows the woman in the
family-especially if she's a
military wife-is a force to
be reckoned with. Jacob
knew I had probably refi-
nanced homes and bought
cars by myself while Dustin
was deployed.
But Jacob also understood
other things. He knew it
was important that my
name be on the title, and he
reminded me to go in and
sign when it was "my turn."
Then one week later, after
he "already had our money,"
he helped me with the car's
DVD player.
So what makes Jacob
ultimately different from
my "friend" in San Diego?
Well, first, Jacob under-
stands the power of a mili-
tary wife.
Second, Jacob knows the
woman makes the final
And third, Jacob guessed
at Dustin's philosophy: "If
Sarah ain't happy, no one's
Well that, and Jacob also
knows that I'm a columnist
in the newspaper.
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at www.sarahsmi-

Family Life: Married with one child.

SPast Duty Stations: NAS Jax MWR

Career Plans: To finis. my college educa-
tion. '. '

Most Intere g E ience: Being a

Words ofWt idom: TreWat everyone with
, respect.

POW/MIA Recognition

Observance is Sept. 16
NAS Jacksonville will hold a POW/MIA Recognition
Observance aboard at the All Saint's Chapel at 10
a.m. Sept. 16. It will honor all Americans who are
former prisoners of war (POWs), as well as those who are
still unaccounted for and their families.
The keynote speaker is Retired Air Force Maj. Ed Horn,
whose B-26 was shot down over France in May 1944. He
was captured by the Nazis and spent 11 months in four
different POW camps, including Stalag Luft III, the set-
ting for the movie, "The Great Escape." Seventy-three
prisoners had tunneled out a few months earlier. He was
liberated in April 1945 by Gen. George S. Patton's 14th
Armored Division of the Third Army.
The observance will include the POW Pledge of
Allegiance, led by Retired Navy Chief Carl "Ed" Creamer,
a former Japanese POW.
Military and civilian employees are encouraged to
attend. The military attire for participants is summer
whites, working uniform for guests and appropriate attire
for civilians.


Hey, MoneyMan:
I am 24 years old and
have been in the Navy for
six years. I am an E5 and I
plan to stay in the Navy for
at least 20 years. I see a lot
of people retire from the
Navy and then start anoth-
er job. I would like to retire
early and not have to work
until age 60 or 65. How can
I do that?
MoneyMan Sez:
Let's see, you are 24 and
would like to retire before
age 60. Well, you have the
first step down plan
early! While there are
plenty of people over age 60
that are still working,
many of them do so because
they want to.
They have the best of
both worlds because they
can retire whenever they
want and they are fortu-
nate enough to find chal-
lenging and interesting
work. What you want to
avoid is working past age
60 because you have to
work in order to pay your
The "Complete Idiot's
Guide to Retiring Early"
offers these five "D's" to

retiring: Dough, Desire,
Decision, Discipline and
Defense. First, determine
how much "dough" you will
need. Your military retire-
ment will certainly help,
but you will need invest-
ment income to augment
your retirement check.
"Desire" is what keeps
you going through thick
and thin. Set your goal
and then stick to it.
"Decision" means you must
make tough choices. Some
of the decisions you make
will affect you achieving
your retirement goal.
Recognize which decisions
are important and choose
"Discipline" means get
going and get going now!
The secret to getting ahead
is getting started. Sooner
is better than later. Now is
the best. "Defense" means
to put the odds of succeed-
ing in your favor. Investing
to stay ahead of inflation is
essential, but keep in
mind, usually the greater
the return, the greater the
If you goal is to retire
early, make sure you do not

expose yourself to great
risks. You may not have
time to recover.
Congratulations on
thinking about retirement

at your young age. I
believe you will have a
great chance of succeeding.
More questions? Call Hey
MoneyMan! at 778-0353.


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 Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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Marines help HS-11

during HARP training

JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 11, 2005 3


on their way to Iraq

By Lt. j.g. Benjamin
M marines from HMLA-
773 joined the HS-
this week for inter-operabili-
ty training in a combat
search and rescue scenario.
The exercise was part of
the Dragonslayer's Heli-
copter Advanced Readiness
Program (HARP) evaluated
by the Helicopter Sea
Combat Wing Weapons
School for pre-deployment
training. The training was
held at Camp Blanding, an
Army Reserve Base located
approximately 35 miles
south of NAS Jax.
Two AH-1W "Super
Cobras" from NAS Atlanta,
Ga. and NAS New Orleans.
La. flew in to operate as the
rescue element escort plat-
form, providing close air
support for the Dragonslay-
ers as they flew into simu-
lated hostile territory to
recover downed aircrews
and isolated personnel.
The use of joint assets for
more robust and realistic
training opportunities is
invaluable for the Dragon-
slayers. Last summer, HS-
11 and Carrier Air Wing
One (CVW-1), embarked
aboard the USS Enterprise
(CVN 65), participated in
Summer Pulse 2004 that

Photos courtesy of HS- 1
An AH-1W "Super Cobra" from the "Red Dogs" of HMLA-773
taxis for takeoff for an exercise.

included the Joint Mari-
time Course 4-02 and multi-
national naval exercises
from Morocco to the north-
ern islands of Scotland.
HS-11 also operated a
detachment in support of
Exercise Roving Sands in
Albuquerque, N.M., flying
with the 551st Air Force
Special Operations Squa-
dron and the 512th HH-60G
Replacement Squadron.
Roving Sands exposed air-
crews, both seasoned and
junior, to helicopter flight in
mountainous terrain while
conducting strike warfare
Maj. Mantzel, a pilot from
HMLA-773, talked about
the need for joint operabili-

ty. "By doing a lot of inter-
service and joint training,
we are prepared to combine
our play books and still be
on the same page. Bottom
line, we can complete the
mission and be safe doing
Many HS-11 pilots echo
this sentiment. "The
Marines are a great group.
Our training during HARP
was better because of their
added capabilities," noted
HS-11 pilot Lt. j.g. Greg
Today's joint environment
demands we come to a fight
having the capability and
experience of working with
our fellow services. Having a
firm foundation in the
basics in order to have the
confidence and flexibility to
execute a mission that is
somewhat "outside the box,"
the Dragonslayers are ready
to answer the call.

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Photo by JO I Mike England
A group of UH-60 "Blackhawk" helicopters from the 101st Airborne Division in Fort
Campbell, Ky. land at NAS Jacksonville Aug. 3. Ninety-three helicopters were flown here
last week. After being inspected and repaired at Blount Island, the aircraft will be sent to
Iraq for a six-month deployment.

Hurricane shelter volunteers needed

Forty volunteers
are needed to man
the NAS Jax hur-
ricane shelters at Argyle
and Chimney Lakes
Elementary Schools if a
hurricane should hit
this area and the base is
Volunteers will be
required to attend a
three-hour training ses-
sion provided by the Red
Cross. The class is free
and includes all materi-

As a volunteer in a
shelter, the Red Cross
will provide all shelter
supplies including food.
A police officer and
nurse or emergency
medical technician will
also be assigned to the

shelter to help with
For more information
or to volunteer, call
DCCS(SW) Matthew
Melott at 542-5595 or
542-2451, Ext. 20 or
email matthew.melott


HS-11 Dragonslayer Executive Officer Cmdr. John Nettleton
offers a brief on the upcoming event with the "Red Dogs" of

Asian Mart Asian Grill
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NAS Jax offers online CLEP testing

From the Navy
College Office
he Navy College Of-
fice in partnership
with Florida Commu-
nity College at Jacksonville
(FCCJ) is now offering
eCLEP testing at NAS
Jacksonville where eligible
personnel may take CLEP
exams in the FCCJ on-base
computer lab and receive
immediate scores.
All CLEP tests are avail-
able for all personnel at
NAS Jacksonville. Person-
nel are not required to be
an FCCJ student. DANTES
funds the CLEP exams for
military personnel with
"Armed Forces of the
United States" ID cards.
Two photo IDs are required
of personnel testing.
Unfunded personnel
include adult family mem-
bers of military, Depart-
ment of Defense employees
and other civilians enrolled
in the on-base degree pro-
grams. For each test those
personnel will pay a sepa-

Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
A group of NAS Jax Sailors try out the new eClep Testing
Center at the Navy College Office. The center opened Aug. 3.
The testing is offered Wednesdays and Fridays. Appointments
are required by calling 632-5020.

rate, non-refundable $15
registration fee by check or
money order made out to
FCCJ and a $55 exam fee
by check, money order or
credit card. The $15 fee
must be paid no later than
3 p.m. the day before the
test date. The $55 exam fee

will be paid the day of test-
ing. Testing at NAS
Jacksonville is offered by
appointment on Wednes-
days at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
and 1 and 3 p.m. Testing is
offered on Fridays at 10
a.m. and noon. Testing
appointments must be

made no later than 3 p.m.
the day before your desired
test date.
Call 632-5020 or e-mail to sched-
ule your CLEP testing ap-
pointment at NAS Jackson-
ville. Examinees are re-
quired to arrive 15 minutes
prior to the start of the test.
Information and/or prac-
tice exams are available by
logging on to https://wwwa. or check with
your career counselor/edu-
cation services office to see
if they have a testing CD
downloaded by the Navy
College Office. Navy
College has paper-based
practice tests that can be
taken in the Navy College
Office. CLEP study books
can be purchased in major
Other CLEP exam prepa-
ration resources:

Holmes visits

Photo courtesy of VP-30
Rear Adm. Michael Holmes, commander, Patrol and
Reconnaissance Group, visits members of Commander
Patrol Reconnaissance Wing Eleven (CPRW-11) and VP-
30 during his brief stop at NAS Jax Aug. 4. From left,
Capt. Dennis Sinnett, CPRW-11, Holmes and VP-30
Commanding Officer Cmdr. Richard Heimerle. During
his visit, Holmes addressed the members of CPRW-11
and VP-30 on the future of the maritime patrol and
reconnaissance community.

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Red Cross collecting items for war wounded

Naval Hospital Jacksonville'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,
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 collection from a
similar project being sponsored by the
Hospital Director for Administration.

The director of administration's proj-
ects collects products for wounded
being treated by Naval Hospital
Jacksonville deployed medical person-
nel in Iraq. Drop boxes for that effort
are located in the hallway adjacent to
the Galley and near the hospital
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would look to and he'd know
all he had to do was step
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So ask yourself are you
the leader you want to be?
What can you learn from
the leaders of yesterday and
today that will help you
become greater than you
OK, well here's a question
and answer for you. Who
(past or present) impressed
you as a leader, and what
made that person such a
great leader? I'll bet money
it was a mentor all those
long years ago who helped
you get started in the Navy.
It was someone who cared,
who bothered, who thought
more of mission and people
more than of self. I still
remember my first senior
chief who showed me the
way and taught me how to
be a Sailor.
But that's the way to get
started though asking and
answering those kinds of
What we learn from histo-
ry is how to avoid past mis-
takes. It may be clich6, but
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This important event will
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leadership examples of what
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Knowing where the famous
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past? Do we look not only to
the distant past, to "the
greats," but also to more
recent history and learn
from them?
As I travel around this
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see more of you out there on
the deckplates. The great-
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some great things.
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Wellness Center offers

smoking cessation classes

ByJ01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
any things have
changed since our
Navy's inception
in 1775. We no longer use
the wind to power our war-
ships through the Atlantic
and it has been quite some
time since we've hung
someone from a yardarm.
However, there are some
out there who would have
us cling to the age-old
notion of the crusty Sailor
who smokes two packs a
day and can still run a
mile and a half in less than
10 minutes.
Of course, science and
personal experience have
taught most of us that
notion is false, but there
are still a few Sailors out
there who cling to these
out-dated ideas. That is
why the Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Wellness
Center created the Tobacco
Cessation program.
"It's important for the
Navy to do everything it
can to eliminate the image
of the smoking, drinking
Sailor," said Tobacco
Cessation Program Man-
ager Danny Woodard. "I
think this program and
others like it around the
Navy have gone a long way
toward stamping out that
image for good."
Cigarette smoking is
responsible for one out of
every five deaths in the
United States and the
Navy spends 930 million
dollars annually for smok-
ing-related illnesses and
lost productivity.
"Tobacco is the number
one cause of premature
death in the United
States," said Woodard. "It
kills 1,000 people a day
and 403,000 people a year.
It also affects stamina,
endurance and your ability
to do your job. Many people
also don't realize that
Jacksonville has the high-
est rate of lung cancer
among whites than any
other metropolitan area in
the country."
Smoking can also endan-
ger the health of those
around you, as is the case
of the 53,000 people who
die annually from environ-
mental tobacco smoke, bet-
ter known as second hand
"I met a retired Navy
captain who had never
smoked or drank a day in
his life. He had to have his
jaw removed because of
mouth cancer his doctors
say he must have contract-
ed through years of being
exposed to second hand
smoke on board Navy ves-
sels," Woodard stated.
Woodard has also seen
an alarming number of
pregnant mothers smoking
around NAS Jax. "I'm see-
ing more and more women
in the final trimester of
their pregnancies who
have been referred by their
doctors in my classes,"
Woodard said.
"Unfortunately, most of
them only stay for one
class and then quit. I think
it's really sad that in this
day and age there are still
women out there who
would do that to their
For those people who
actually want to quit, over-

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cally looking for those
donors with A negative
blood type for a special
If you have this blood
type and can donate, the

next place the FGBA
Bloodmobile will visit at
NAS Jax is the Naval
Hospital Aug. 9 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. For more
information, call Bill
Schroeder at 353-8263.
Other blood types are
always needed as well.

Photos byJOl Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Hospital Wellness Center Intern Justin
Vinchatile takes the blood pressure of HM3 Patrick Sorentino
at the conclusion of Sorentino's third smoking cessation class.

coming the addiction to
tobacco can be a difficult
challenge, but one that can
be conquered through dili-
gence and resolve.
"Most people just want to
come in here, get their free
nicotine patches, and
leave," Woodard stated.
"What they need to
understand is that, while
drugs and patches are
excellent tools to help you
quit, they're not a cure all.
The determining factor in
whether you'll successfully
quit or not is if you can
change your behavior.
Quitters need to find
healthy ways to deal with
stress and give themselves
pleasure," he added.
The program, which is
available to active-duty
Sailors, retirees and family
members, features four
classes designed to teach
them how to cope with life
after nicotine. Nicotine
replacement therapy is
offered in addition to anti-
depressant drugs and ther-

While most people
attending the class were
motivated to quit by the
desire to achieve better
health, at least one Sailor
was inspired by a sudden,
life-changing moment that
made him rethink the way
he was living his life.
"My kids," said HM2
Patrick Sorrentino, a para-
medic with Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, when asked
why he chose to quit. "I
saw a 40-year-old Sailor in
excellent health nearly
drop death of a massive
heart attack a few weeks
ago. He showed absolutely
no indications that he
could even have a heart
attack. He was in perfect
health other than the pack
of cigarettes a day he
smoked. The whole episode
really caused me to
rethink why I'm still smok-
To sign up for the
Tobacco Cessation class,
call the Wellness Center at

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Getting the crown from th

By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
he legendary Vince Lom-
bardi became known as the
coach who turned the
Green Bay Packers from an unin-
spired bunch of losers and misfits
into one of the greatest profes-
sional football teams ever to play
the game. In 1970, Lombardi
died of cancer. Tributes poured in
from all over the country. But the
highest compliments came from
those who played under him.
His coaching skill was the stuff
that legends are made of. But
what his players remembered
most about him was his ability to
encourage them with words of
approval. Yes, he was known for
his sternness and strong disci-
pline. So, when compliments
came, the players considered it as
a crowning achievement.


For example,
Frank Gifford,
the great half-
s'1 back for the
Chaplain New York
(Lt.) Jose Molina Giants when
Lombardi was
their offensive coach, said that he
played football for one reason: for
Lombardi's words of approval.
"When we played a game, I could-
n't have cared less about the
headlines on Monday. All I want-
ed was to be able to walk into the
meeting on Tuesday morning and
have Vinny give me the big grin."
Sam Huff, who was a linebacker
for the Washington Redskins
said: "Receiving a compliment
from Coach Lombardi was like

receiving the crown from the
These were people who in their
youth had been exposed to
Lombardi's special brand of lead-
ership and motivation. They had
been inspired and lifted to new
heights in their personal achieve-
Lombardi's key to success was
in helping his players discover
their talent and then maximizing
it. He also understood something
very basic to human nature. That
is, we can only motivate our-
selves. No one else can motivate
us. Yes, role models will inspire
us and the likes of a Vince
Lombardi will create the catalyst
towards excellence. However,

ultimately we are individually
responsible for deciding what we
do with our talentss.
I believe that The Creator has
endowed you and me with tal-
ent(s). Part of the adventure of
living this life is to discover those
talents and then spend a lifetime
maximizing them through educa-
tion, training and service to oth-
ers. No, there's nothing wrong
with making the money commen-
surate with our skill and talent.
However, the ultimate recom-
pense is in knowing that our tal-
ent has been used to make a dif-
ference. This standard applies
whether we use those talents in
our vocations or through volun-
Do you know your talentss?
Are you about the business of dis-
covering and then improving
upon those talents? What is the

e king
driving force of your life and are
you using that drive in making
your contribution for the benefit
of others? Dr. Martin Luther
King once said, "life's persistent
and most urgent question is what
are you doing for others?" And
we all know what the driving
force was in Dr. King's life.
Friends, when the game of life
is over and we give a final
accounting of our performance on
the field, will the Coach approve
or disapprove? In the Parable of
the Talents (Gospel of Matthew
25:14-30) persons were given dif-
ferent gifts, abilities, and talents.
Some used them wisely while oth-
ers used them unwisely.
Those who fully used their tal-
ents, great or small, in the service
of the Master received the "crown
from the King": "Well done, you
good and faithful servant."

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From VP-30



Lt. Cmdrs. Mark Bunn and
Steve Balka take the Oath of
Office during their promo-
tion ceremony on Aug. at

he following VP-30
personnel have been
selected as chief
petty officers:
AE1 Brian Bashant
AE1 Chris Brown
AD1 Peter Carbone
AWl Todd Crockett
CS1 Barry Doucette
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AMI Jamie Fleischmen
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AME1 Terry Hill
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AMI Christopher King
AME1 Gerald Lilly

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FFSC offers educational and support programs


he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Educa-
tion and Support Program
is the foremost preventive
measure for the avoidance

of personal and family
;All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.

Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
The following workshops
are available in August:
Aug. 29 Sept. 1, 7:30

a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program (retir-
Aug. 30, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Control Workshop
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

Perinatal Class schedule
Naval Hospital Jacksonville offers classes for expec-
tant/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 schedule.
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"On the job each day, you own this plane, you own the hangar it resides in and you are
responsible for all of it. That's the attitude you've got to have. That's called responsibility," AN
Mike Meeks tells the sea cadets.

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By ET2(SW) Bill Lamed
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K atie Castro, 15, intends to join the Navy at 18 and become a fighter pilot. She and
seven other U.S. Naval Sea Cadets experienced naval aviation firsthand between
July 24 and Aug. 6 aboard NAS Jacksonville. The eight young cadets participated in
various activities on the VS-30 flight-line during their two-week training period.
The cadets spent most of their energy and time learning the duties and responsibilities
of a qualified plane captain.
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instructions from qualified plane captains ATAN Richard Evans, AN Mike Meeks and
AN Pete Cassidy, all from VS-30. Wearing hearing protection and shaded goggles, the
cadets oiled, washed, inspected and launched the S-3Bs. Some cadets thrived on the deaf-
ening roars of aircraft engines and unmistakable smells from plane exhausts.
Cadet Landon Splitter from Orlando enjoyed his first time at NAS Jax. "There's a lot of
action here," he said.
"I like the rush of being near aircraft," added cadet Craig Johnson, a Thousand Oaks,
Calif native.
The duties of a plane captain carries critical responsibilities. "The Navy demands enor-
mous responsibility from plane captains, in fact the names of plane captains are sten-
ciled to the aircraft in black lettering," explained Cassidy.
"The plane captain is the caretaker 'of the aircraft, accountable for its material readi-
ness, launching it and receiving it on the flight lines. This is a responsibility sea cadets
are taught to respect immediately." According to Cassidy, none of them took it lightly.
"Their attention to detail when inspecting S-3B Vikings is impressive," he said.
"Everything on the flight line may be new to them, but it works to their advantage. They
are even more alert because of their fresh surroundings.
"I've already found them identifying minor discrepancies. These are exactly the kinds
of things plane captains need to scrutinize on duty. Some will make excellent plane cap-
tains in the fleet," he added.
The sea cadets were not only challenged on the runways of VS-30, but also at the
Naval Sea Weapons Control School. All of the cadets faced a test when they reported to
the school Aug. 5 to experience the S-3B Viking simulator. Upon their arrival, they were
lectured on reading a plethora of glowing gauges and shifting numbers in the cockpit.
Once finished with the classroom instructions, simulator instructor Danny Powers
accompanied the cadets into the cockpit and instructed them for two flights. On the third
flight, the cadet flew on his or her own, controlling the plane 500 feet above a blue blan-
ket of ocean, the strobe lights of the carrier beckoning in the distance. "Wow," cadet Gary
Elliott said. "It's a lot different with no one telling you how to move the stick." Elliott
vowed to return to NAS Jax in 2006.
Naval Sea Cadets Leader Lt. Cmdr. Donald Brammer, a retired Marine warrant officer,
led the future Sailors through their daily activities on the base. Brammer, who began
teaching, mentoring and advising the sea cadets 26 years ago, served in the Marine
Corps for 24 years.
As he was growing up, a friend of the family who was serving in the military became
Brammer's hero and mentor. He knew firsthand the positive impact that a role model
had on his career and becoming one to teenagers was an opportunity to give back.
Brammer believes in the nurturing quality of the Sea Cadets program and its benefits
to the military.
"These young men and women learn the value of discipline and why the military, as an
organization, is regimented," he explained. "Some of them may just apply to and com-
plete college. Some of what they learn may help them as civilians. But others will enter
the military and enjoy successful careers.
"They will be one step ahead when they enlist or gain a commission because they've
already grasped military protocol through involvement in the Sea Cadets," Brammer
added. "They will know why qualifications are crucial. They will know what their superi-
ors expect of them. Their good habits will have already been instilled."
The U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps is a youth program for young American men and
women, ages 11 to 17. The program emphasizes seamanship, aviation training and other
skills. Participants ride Navy and Coast Guard ships and work at naval air stations. Five
thousand participants are involved nationwide. Young people participating in the pro-
gram must be unmarried, enrolled in school, have parental consent, good moral character
and the ability to participate in weekly and monthly drills. For more information, visit

AN Mike Meeks teaches Cadets Jeffrey Batt and Landon Splitter how to inspect propeller
blades for damage.

Mission successful! Cadet Katie Castro smiles after a successful landing aboard an aircraft
carrier using the S-3B Viking flight simulator inside the NAS jax Sea Control Weapons School.

Careful study of classroom material and hands-on training was important for each cadet.

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Sea Cadet Gary Elliott ducks and sprints below the searing heat of a S-3B Viking's engine
exhaust after inspecting the aircraft for hot brakes. "I heard that at nighttime, the brakes will
Sea Cadet Katie Castro, 15, signals a S-3B Viking to begin taxiing down the flightline at NAS actually glow red if they're overheated, so you always have to watch them closely," he said.
Jax as ATAN(AW) Clarence Gamble of VS-30 supervises. Castro successfully launched the air-


Cadets Roger Barry and Craig Johnson stabilize an aircraft's

AN Mike Meeks reveals yet another skill important in S-3B
Viking maintenance to cadets Jeffrey Batt and Landon Splitter.

Cadet Gary Elliott carefully inspects an aircraft engine's rivets and blades.

Cadets Kyle Kinder and Ryan Sutton use a chain to stabilize a
plane on the runway as AN Mike Meeks of VS-30 looks on.

Identifying the intricate parts of aircraft engines was a detailed process for cadets Gary Elliott,
Ryan Sutton and Landon Splitter.

10 ax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 11, 2005

Medical facilities make the grade
.......f II -.

Naval Hospital
Jacksonville and
Branch Health
Clinics ace
accreditation surveys
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Public Affairs
9X y ou really wowed
Y them!" That's the
JL word Naval Hos-
pital Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. John
Sentell sent his staff after
the hospital and its branch
health clinic's were sur-
veyed by the Joint
Commission on Accredit-
ation of Healthcare Organ-
izations (JCAHO) and the
Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery Inspector General
July 25-29.
In a message to his staff
following the survey,
Sentell said: "As you proba-
bly know by now, we did
extremely well last week
for JCAHO and the Medical
Inspector General (Med
IG). We received no formal
recommendations for
improvement and very few
supplemental suggestions.
You all are to be commend-
ed for your hard work ... it
really paid off. We really
showed them that we are
the best in Navy Medicine.
From the most junior to the
very senior ... you all made
me very proud to be a part
of such a great command.
Thanks to all!"
Sentell has reason to be
proud. JCAHO, a private,
not-for-profit organization,
is the leading health care
accrediting body in the
Passing the Joint
Commission survey is con-
sidered the "Good House-
keeping Seal of Approval"
and confirms that the hos-
pital and its clinics are in
compliance with nationally
established standards.
For a health care facility
to maintain accreditation,
the survey must be com-
pleted every three years.
To have no discrepancies
reported following these
surveys is almost unheard
of according to Naval
Hospital Jacksonville Com-
mand Quality Management
Coordinator. Judy Staple-
The accreditation process
includes an on-site survey
by a team of highly experi-
enced health care profes-
sionals who evaluate com-
pliance. The survey team
that evaluated Naval Hos-
pital Jacksonville included
Team Leader and Physician
Surveyor Dr. C. Gordon
Strom, MD, FACS; Admini-
strative and Ambulatory
Surveyor Dr. Thomas Treat,
PhD, FACHE; Nurse Sur-
veyor Ceile Fontaine, RN,
MS; and Behavioral Health
Surveyor Lesley Foffredo,



Toast to the Animals
Wine Tasting
Come out and assist us
tomorrow during the Jack-
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to the Animals Wine Tasting to
benefit homeless animals in
Jacksonville. You can help with
registration, the silent auction,
hospitality, etc. You must be 21.
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Zoo Spooktacular
Volunteers are needed for the
Jacksonville Zoo's 17th annual
Spooktacular Fall Festival,
which runs Oct. 21-23 and Oct.

28-31. During August and
September, help is needed
preparing for the event including
artwork, set construction and
painting. During the event, help
is needed with pumpkin carving
Oct. 20 and Oct. 27. Volunteers
will also help pass out candy,
assist with rides and serve as
costumed actors. For more infor-
mation, call 757-4463, Ext. 176.

Photos by HN Dulce Perez
Medical Inspector General Rear Adm. Christine Bruzek-Kohler meets with hospital leadership
to discuss the IG teams' inspection findings.

This was the first year
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville has been surveyed
since JCAHO began con-
ducting unannounced sur-
veys. In fact, hospital lead-
ership volunteered to serve
as a test site and the first
Navy hospital to be sur-
veyed under the new guide-
In the past, hospitals
were given 30 days or even
three months notice before
the survey team was to
arrive. "The new guidelines
are designed to promote
continuous accreditation
readiness," said Stapleton.
"Overall the team was very
impressed with the facili-
ties, staff and quality of
care at the hospital and our
branch health clinics," she
"We have been preparing
since September 2003 when
we started putting together
a "Periodic Performance
Review" due to JCAHO in
February 2004," Stapleton
explained. "That review is a
self-assessment from the
hospital of which JCAHO
standards the facility is not
fully in compliance with
and includes a corrective
action plan to bring the
hospital or clinic into line."
When the survey team
arrives they put the hospi-
tal's operations to the acid
test. The team uses patient
tracer methodology. They
pull records each morning
of particularly involved
cases and follow the
patient's treatment through
each clinic where he or she

was seen.
Basically, they check
every point where the staff
interacted with the patient
to see what kind of care
and what quality of care
they received. They talk to
health care providers,
patients, ancillary staff,
whoever was involved to
get the full picture. Often
they also make suggestions
or compare notes with the
health care providers they
meet along the way on how
they might improve servic-
The team also conducts
system traces to evaluate
different systems at the
hospital for compliance
with JCAHO guidelines.
These include such issues
as medication use, staffing
and competency, infection
control, medical staff cre-
dentialing and privileging,
leadership and environ-
ment of care.
The results announced at
the out brief are considered
preliminary, pending a final
written report to be com-
pleted by JCAHO within 30
days of the survey.
However, a check of the
organizations' public Web
site shows that the hospital
has already been listed as
accredited. To view this list-
ing go to http://www.jcaho.
htm. The Med IG team, led
by Medical Inspector Gen-
eral Rear Adm. Christine
Bruzek-Kohler, also arrived
at the hospital and branch
health clinics that same
week. According to Naval

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with higher echelon direc-
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interoperability; integra-
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civilian organizations.
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sessment report from the
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ship felt confident in their
Concurrently, an Occupa-
tional Safety and Health
(OSH) inspection was con-
ducted. Kevin Strohschein,
an inspector from the Na-
val Environmental Health
Center, Portsmouth, Va.,
was here all week.


Members of the JCAHO survey team Ceile Fontaine (second
from left) and Dr. C. Gordon Strom (second from right), join
Navy Nurse Cmdr. John Nagelschmidt, (left) Healthcare
Excellence's Cmdr. Carola Miner (center) and Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Command Quality Management Coordinator
Judy Stapleton (far right) after the final out-brief in which the
preliminary results of the JCAHO survey were presented to
hospital leadership.

Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Safety Manager Mar-
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here to assess the imple-
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ness of Medical Occupa-
tional Safety and Health
(MedOSH) and Navy Occu-
pational Safety and Health
(NavOSH) programs in
place at the hospital. He
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from safety training to per-
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While here, he visited the
Laboratory, Pharmacy, the
Pediatrics Clinic and
Medical/Pediatrics Unit, In-
Patient Mental Health and
Radiology. He also visited
the Healthcare Support
Office (HSO). Other inspec-
tors went to the hospital's
outlying Branch Health

Clinics. While final results
from the inspection are
pending in his debrief he
made minor recommenda-
tions concerning training,
safety awards programs
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All these inspections are
geared toward process and
performance improvement.
They offer the hospital a
unique opportunity to
showcase its strengths
while presenting its special
challenges, making the case
for increased support in
order to better serve our
Of course, after months of
hard work when you get
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MWR hosts WWE

SmackDown events

From MWR

Strong Hand Texas Hold'em Tourna-
ment- Aug. 22, 7 p.m. at The Zone.
Bench Press Competition Aug. 23,
6 p.m. at the base gym.
Special Showing of wrestling on the big
screen- Aug. 24, 7 p.m. at the barracks.
SmackDown Jeopardy with WWE
SmackDown TV viewing- Aug. 25, 7 p.m. at
The Zone.
MWR WWE SmackDown Main Event-
Aug. 26, 2-4 p.m. at the base gym.
Five person tag teams.
Five events to include: clothesline limbo,
helicopter relay, thumb wrestling, Sumo
suit wrestling, mind wrestling trivia and
against the ropes tug-o-war.
Top three contestants from each event
will receive points for their team. Team

with the most
points in the end
wins free tickets to
WWE SmackDown
in Jacksonville and
meet and greets
with the profession-
al wrestlers. Prizes
will be awarded for
first and second
place teams.
WWE Personality Batista, a world
heavyweight champion and a world tag
team champion will visit during the main
event at the base gym.
Post match picnic will include free food
and entertainment.
To register your team for MWR WWE
SmackDown, call Liberty at 542-3491 or
stop by Liberty Cove.

MWR Fantasy Football coming in September

From Navy MWR Marketing
Commander, Navy Installations Command, Millington
Sailors can build their own fantasy
football team and compete nationally
for a cash prize of $30,000 in a con-
test offered by Navy Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR).
"The Fantasy Football 2005 contest is
modeled after a successful program that
MWR Great Lakes started last season,"
said Karen Fritz, head, MWR Special
Events and Entertainment. "We are excit-
ed to offer Sailors the opportunity to com-
pete for cash awards, vacation packages
and other prizes."
The top three Navy scores at the end of
the season will win an Armed Forces
Vacation Club ( voucher
good for a one-week stay at any available
resort. Participants will also have the
chance to win national prizes weekly and

compete in state competitions.
Sailors and other eligible MWR patrons
are allowed one free entry per person and
participants must be at least 18 years old.
The Fantasy Football 2005 is a salary
cap style league. Rosters can be adjusted
until the first National Football League
game on Sept. 8.
A special unlimited trade package is
being offered to eligible MWR patrons
through Sports Buff Fantasy Network for
$35, a savings of more than $150. The
package allows participants to adjust their
rosters an unlimited number of times. The
unlimited trade package is not necessary
to play, but may increase chances of win-
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To register and find out more about the
Fantasy Football 2005, visit http://mwr-

CDC looking for home providers

he Child Develop-
ment Center is look-
ing for home provid-
ers. If you are an on-base
resident, you will only need
to be Navy-certified to

become a Home Provider.
If you are an off-base res-
ident, you will have to be
state-certified as well as
Navy-certified. This pro-
gram is for dependent

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The students are also
required to give commands
and take control of the situ-
ation by placing them in
prone position to arrest
them. In the final exam, the
student must battle the
infamous "Red Man" who
while costumed in a well-
padded red suit displays
relentless aggression. "You
never know what a patrol-
man will have to respond to
in a real life situation. We
want them to be prepared
for anything. This training
enables them to demon-
strate they can protect
themselves if they are
every cross contaminated,"
Syrek said.
After the training, the stu-
dents are allowed to use a
hose to rinse off the burning
pepper spray andhit the
shower to decontaminate.
"This training made me a
lot stronger. When you go
through the briefing, you
say to yourself 'I know I can
do this.' You'll never know
how it feels until you go
though something like this.
It was the most painful
thing I've ever experi-
enced," said AWAN Angel
Vantrease of the NAS Jax
Auxiliary Security Force.
"After you're pepper
sprayed, you kind of go into
shock and become disori-
ented. Then you find your
inner strength and contin-
ue through the training. It
was very beneficial because
now I know how to react if I
ever get sprayed in the
field. I just hope I never
have to use it on someone
because I know how painful
it is," she said.
Student ATAN Joel Pichardo
completes the second to last
station of battling the aggres-
sor "Redman" aka MA2 Eric
Maston for 30 seconds before
going through the de-con-
tamination stage.

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members working towards
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Each award is in the
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"Our military students at
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in the Horn of Africa. He
also deployed more than
400 medical personnel in
support of operations in
Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan,
and Cuba.
Sentell spearheaded a
formal mentorship program
in 2003 to achieve his
vision of improving staff
productivity, retention and
satisfaction. That program
was later nominated by the
Secretary of the Navy for
the 2004 Presidential
Award for Management
In 2004, he established a
disaster response team
designed to respond imme-
diately to calls from either
military or civilian authori-
ties. The team received its
first test in the field when
Hurricane Ivan devastated
Pensacola, Fla., including
Naval Hospital Pensacola
The team of physicians,
nurses, corpsmen and sup-
port staff were activated
and sent to relieve ship-
mates who needed to deal
with personal issues aris-
ing from the storm's
Sentell leaves the hospi-
tal in great shape. Last
Friday, the hospital under
Sentell's leadership
received stellar results in
its tri-annual Joint
Commission on Accredita-
tion of Healthcare
Organizations surveys. The
hospital received no formal
recommendations for
improvement and very few
supplemental suggestions.
The command also did very
well in a medical Inspector
General inspection conduct-
ed simultaneously.
Recently Sentell's leader-
ship was recognized by the
American College of
Healthcare Executives with
the Navy Regents Senior-
Level Healthcare Executive
Award for sustained profes-
sional leadership in his per-
sonal and professional

Sentell retires with 27
years of Navy service. He
and his wife, Jeanmarie,

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Washington, DC area fol-
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The next Hunter Safety Class will be held at NAS
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p.m. The classes are free. For more information, call
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'Dusty Dogs'


An aviation boatswain's mate assigned to Air
Department pulls a fuel hose across the flight
deck toward a SH-60 Seahawk helicopter
attached to the "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 during
flight operations aboard the Nimitz-class air-
craft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).

Photo by 103 Megan Parfitt
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approach prior to landing on the flight deck aboard the
Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75).
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M R Planner
Mission First, Sailors Always

The center is currently being renovated, will reopen
Aug. 17.
Project includes upgrade lanes, pinsetters and scoring

Outdoor Pool
Open through Aug. 14
Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Recreational Swim
Sunday 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Recreational Swim
Call 542-2930 for more info.

Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30 a.m. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. noon
Military $1 per day
DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
Call 542-2930 for more information and additional pric-
ing options.

For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Tallahassee Day Trip
Sept. 17
Includes tour of Old Capitol, Mission San Louis, and The
Florida History Museum.

Atlanta Weekend Trip
Sept. 24-26
Includes the Martin Luther King Jr. historical sites, a
CNN studio tour, Olympic Centennial Park, Cyclorama,
World of Coke, and Stone Mountain. Free time will also be
available to shop in the Atlanta Underground and the
Lennox Square Mall.
$211/person based on double occupancy
Sign-up by Aug. 19.

Yalaha Bakery and Lakeside Winery in Clermont, Fla.
Oct. 8
Includes the German Bakery in Yalaha, followed by a
tour of the Lakeside winery.

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Jack Bedford, left, and Bob Lewis, both Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) Department bowling mechanics clean and
lubricate the new pin spotters at the MWR Freedom Lanes
Bowling Alley. The bowling alley has been under renovation
since May and will reopen for business Aug. 17.

Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Oct. 14
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5
single or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-
Boats and Burgers
Today, 3 p.m.
Free water skiing, knee boarding and wake boarding,
plus all the hotdogs and hamburgers you can eat!
Mulberry Cove Marina

Movie and Mall Trip
Saturday, van leaves at 2 p.m.
Orange Park AMC

Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday in August, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax

8-Ball Tournament
Aug. 17, 7 p.m.
Winner receives a Navy Exchange gift certificate.

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. The Upside of Anger (R)
Aug. 13, 5 p.m.- Miss Congeniality 2 (PG 13)
Aug. 13, 7 p.m.- Cursed (PG 13)
Aug. 19, 7 p.m.- Sin City (R)
Aug. 26, 7 p.m.- Sahara (PG 13)
Aug. 27, 5 p.m.- A Lot Like Love (PG 13)
Aug. 27, 7 p.m.- The Amityville Horror (R)

For more information about the marina please call 542-

Safe Powerboat Operating Course
Contact Mulberry Cove Marina to register and pay for
Course is offered at the Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club.

Zephyrus Races
Every Friday evening- now through Sept. 9
6:30 p.m.
One-Design Sailboat Races
Entry fee is $5 per race.
Sailboats raced from the marina are free.
Call 542-3260 for more details.

Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active duty
Brand name fishing tackle, sunglasses, knives, and
other gear at low prices.
For more details, e-mail

Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more infor-
mation on the youth center please call 778-9772.

Skate Party
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.

Before and After School Registration is taking place now
at the Youth Center.
Fees are based on household income. For more details,
contact the Youth Center 778-9772.

MWR Liberty sponsors Texas Hold'em tournaments

By Daniel Calhan
Liberty Program Coordinator
T he hottest game on
ESPN has come to
NAS Jax! Every
Monday at 7 p.m., you can
walk into the Brewhouse
Aopated inside The Zone
6nd take your chances
against the best Jax has to
offer in a Texas Hold'em
This Morale, Weldare
and RecreationDepartmerit
(MWR), Liberty sponsored
program has been growing
in numbers weekly. There
is no entry fee and $25,
$15 ,and $10 gift certifi-
cates to The Zone are given
away as first through third
place prizes for the tourna-
This weekly tournament
is perfect for beginners
who want to learn how to
play the game, and for the
experienced card player
looking for bragging rights.
ATAN Sean Murphy
from VP-30, a two-year
veteran of the game, has
been playing at the
Brewhouse since the first
week agreed. "It's some-
thing fun to do on a
Monday and I can play
without spending any
money. Depending on how
the cards are dealt anyone
can win on any given
night," he said.
"It's a lot of fun to play
with such a mix of people -

young, old, men, and
women," added Ellen Fritz,
spouse of a Navy retiree.
The Texas Hold'em tour-
nament is open to anyone
over the age of 18 who is
eligible to come on base.
Each week you will see a
mix of officers, chiefs,
Sailors, retirees, and
spouses sitting at the same
table trying to take each
other's chips.
To make things even
more exciting, NAS Jax
has joined the Jacksonville
Poker Association's "Jack-
sonville Hold'em Chal-
lenge." ,
This is a 12-week Texas
Hold'em tournament held
in different restaurants all
around the Jacksonville
area on various nights of
the week. The top eight
finishers for each night
will receive points for the
amount of people out
before them.
At the end of the 12
weeks the finals will be
held. Two thousand dollars
will be awarded to the first
place and $500 to second
place finishers.
There are three ways to
win a seat in the finals.
First is to be the player
with the most points from
any of the various restau-
rants participating.
Second, is to be one of the
top five players with com-
bined points throughout

Photo by Shannon Leonard
Rocky Esquivel (standing) celebrates after winning a big hand,
while Mark Biscarner (right) watches in disbelief.

Jacksonville. Third, is to
qualify for the second
chance tournament.
The second chance tour-
nament consists of the sec-
ond place through sixth
place from each location
and the players who make
it to the final table will
advance to the finals.
If you are having a hard
time trying to find some-
thing to do on a Monday
night and you are interest-
ed in playing Texas
Hold'em, grab a couple of
your friends and come out
to the Brewhouse at The
Zone and test your luck.
For more information on
Texas Hold'em, call 542-

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Commissary salutes

women in the military

By Miriam S. Gallet
Female Sailors en-
joyed the festivities
recognizing their
contributions to the mili-

tary at the NAS Jax
Commissary Thursday.
The event, Salute to
Women in the Military,
was sponsored by C. Lloyd
Johnson, a grocery broker,
in an effort to raise aware-

PN1(AW) Ivan Martinez of the Personnel Support
Detachment Jacksonville and PN1 (AW) K. Yvette Baker of
Navy Regional Recruiting Command Southeast serve cake
and punch to NAS Jax Commissary patrons Christy Butterfield
and her 6-year-old daughter, Catie, during the Salute to
Military Women event held Thursday.

ness to the tremendous
contributions that women
in military service have
made and continue to make
in order to protect our free-
"This salute is very beau-
tiful and makes me feel
proud to be a woman in the
Navy," said PN1(AW) Sara
Jordan of VP-62. "I visited
the Women's Memorial in
Washington, D.C. in May
and was deeply moved."
Another happy military
woman was PN1(AW) K.
Yvette Baker of Navy
Regional Recruiting
Command Southeast, who
said: "It's wonderful that
companies like C. Lloyd
Johnson take the time to
recognize women in the
military. Often, when peo-
ple refer to Sailors, they
immediately think in terms
of men and not women. I'm
glad we have this salute."
According to Mary Mays,
the area representative for
C. Lloyd Johnson, the com-
pany, in partnership with

Photos by Miriam S. Gallet
Female Sailors from various commands attend the Salute to Women in the Military at the NAS
Jax Commissary Thursday. From left, PN2 Monica Ann Carter of NCWRON 26, PN1 (AW) Sara
Jordan of VP-62, NAS Jacksonville Commissary Director Larry Bentley, YN3 Dana Deans of
Navy Regional Recruit Command Southeast (NRRC), C. Lloyd Johnson Representative Mary
Mays, PN1(AW) Ivan Martinez of Personnel Support Detachment, ITI(SW/AW) Marisol
Dumlao, NRRC Southeast, ITC(SW) joelle Melton of NCWRON 26, NAS Jacksonville
Commissary Grocery Manager Max Dimaya and PN1 (AW) K. Yvette Baker, NRRC.

the Defense Commissary
Agency will be making a
cash donation to the
Women In Military Service
For America Memorial
The Women's Memorial
at Arlington National

Cemetery is a unique, liv-
ing memorial honoring all
military women past,
present and future and is
the only major national
memorial honoring women
who have served in our
nation's defense during all

eras and in all services.
Work on the memorial
was in progress for about
11 years and it was dedi-
cated Oct. 18, 1997. Some
200,000 people visit the
memorial annually.

Sailors Aweigh program starting soon

From the USO
he Sailors Aweigh Program,
sponsored by the Jacksonville
Jaguars Foundation is preparing
for the upcoming Jaguar season. The
program gives free tickets, transporta-
tion and a free T-Shirt to the families
of deployed Sailors and deployable
Sailors, with priority give to deployed
Sailors' families. It is designed for chil-
dren ages 9-16.
Children can go with or without a
parent, as chaperones will be provided
or parents can accompany their chil-
dren as a chaperone. Each chaperone
will supervise three to five children, so
there will be plenty of supervision.
Free transportation will be provided
to all participants in the program, and
is a requirement of the program. A
Navy bus will be stationed each game
day near the Navy Federal Credit
Union ATM Machine in the
Exchange/Commissary parking lot.
For games starting at 1 p.m., partici-
pants are asked to arrive at 10:45 a.m.
For games starting at 4 p.m., partici-

pants are asked to arrive 1:45 p.m.
The bus will depart as soon as all par-
ticipants are on the bus.
The Sailors Aweigh T-shirts provided
free of charge by the USO must be
worn by all attendees throughout the
game. The T-shirts will be distributed
to each participant on the bus.
Participants agree to remain in the
designated seating area throughout
the game, and will ride the bus back to
the base following the game.
Each child will also be provided with
$10 worth of Jaguar dollars courtesy of
the USO to purchase food or merchan-
dise at the stadium.
Before departure, each Sailors
Aweigh participant recites a pledge to
"abstain from using drugs, alcohol, or
Deployed Sailors' families will have
priority for participation in the pro-
gram. Sailors on sea duty but not
presently deployed may be put on a
waiting list that will be eligible to fill
the balance of the seats not filled by
deployed families by the Wednesday
before the game, and to serve as the

waiting list to fill in slots on game day
by families who do not show.
Individual status will be confirmed
before being placed on the actual
"going to the game" list.
If an individual deployed unit would
like to make this a command event,
arrangements may be made. Sign ups
are first come, first serve, so make sure
you sign up at the earliest possible
opportunity. Sign up times for each
game starts two Monday's before each
home game.
The schedule of Sailors Aweigh
games for the 2005 season is as fol-
Sept. 11 Seattle Seahawks
Oct. 2 Denver Broncos
Nov. 6- Houston Texans
Nov. 13 Baltimore Ravens
Dec. 11 Indianapolis Colts
Dec. 18 San Francisco 49ers
Jan. 1 Tennessee Titans
For further information or to apply
for any of the games listed, contact
Greg Reno at or
542-2179, Ext. 121.

USO offers Jaguars tickets to active-duty members

From the USO

he 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:
These tickets may be
purchased by active duty
members only. We will be
checking IDs when we sell
the tickets.
Active duty members
may purchase a maximum
of two tickets per game and
can bring any guest they
choose (civilian or military.)
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 allow entrance to
USO ticket holders.
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
policy. Violators will be
turned away. Please cooper-
ate with the gate guards.

Ticket sales begin at 8
a.m. at the USO at NAS Jax
(9 a.m. at the USO at
Mayport), two Mondays
before the game. If the tick-
et sale date is a holiday,
tickets will go on sale the
following business day.
For more information on
group sales, call Sonya at
The following is the
upcoming season schedule:
Aug. 25, 8 p.m. Jags vs.
Falcons, tickets on sale Aug.
Sept. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Seahawks, tickets on sale
Aug. 29.
Oct. 2, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Broncos, tickets on sale

Sept. 19.
Oct. 9, 8:30 p.m. Jags vs.
Bengals, tickets on sale
Sept. 26.
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Texans, tickets on sale Oct.
Nov. 13, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Ravens, tickets on sale Oct.
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Colts, tickets on sale Nov.
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
49ers, tickets on sale Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags vs.
Titans, tickets on sale Dec.

JASCA preparing for a busy fall season

By Capt. Vince Griffith
Commanding Officer, FISC Jax
The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Officer's
Association (JASCA)
is gearing up for the fall and
winter seasons, and we need
your help. We are looking duty, reserve, and
retired supply corps officers.
For those new to the area
or for our new Supply
Corps officers, JASCA is a
non-profit organization
comprised of local U.S.
Navy Supply Corps Officers
who are either retired,
drilling reservists or on
active duty stationed at
units in and around the
Jacksonville, Mayport and
Kings Bay areas.
While our primary objec-
tive is to promote cama-
raderie, mentoring and net-
working opportunities
inside and outside of the
Navy, JASCA makes annual
contributions to both local
and national charitable
After a fairly quiet sum-
mer, we hoping to increased
our membership, charitable
donations for the National
Supply Corps Scholarship

Fund and improve commu-
nication among all areas
Supply Corps officers. Our
first big event of the fall will
be a golf tournament Sept.
16. For more information,
call Lt. Cole Seibel at 542-
JASCA is also planning

other social and fund-rais-
ing events such as a trip to
the local dog track, a
Jacksonville Jaguars game,
and setting up a booth at
the 2005 Jacksonville Air
Show Nov. 4-5. If you are a
supply officer and want to
get involved in planning any

of these events or simply
want to be kept abreast of
the opportunities to meet
and share ideas/experiences
call 542-1000, Ext. 188 or
For more information on
JASCA go to www.jasca-

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Attention all runners. The Marines have
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Jacksonville Marine Corps Half Marathon
and Freedom 5K Run will be held Oct. 1, at 7
The race course will begin at the Veterans
Memorial Wall on the west side of AIltel
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 Veteran's Memorial Wall.
Race profits will be donated to Freedom
Alliance Scholarship Fund, providing schol-
arships to dependent children of service
members from all the branches of the mili-
tary, who have been killed or permanently
disabled in the line of duty.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top
three male and female finishers. Plaques
will also be awarded for the top three finish-
ers in all age groups.





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Indoor volleyball league forming
The fall indoor volleyball league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty commands and personnel.
Rosters are due by tomorrow 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
Open league softball meeting
The meeting will be held today 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.
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.
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


Intramural Golf Liberty League
As of Aug. 8
am Wins Losses
'-30 6 0
MD Gold 5 1
D-16 5 1

VS-32 Blue
VP-5 Officers
Blount Island
VP-5 Enlisted


VP-5 5 5
Air Operations 4 5
Blount Island 4 5
VP-16 3 6
Power Playaz 3 6
Run & Gun 2 6
VS-31 1 8
AIMD 1 8

Flag Football Standings
As of Aug. 8
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meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
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The Thrift Shop is open
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information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
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at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
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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
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
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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.
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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-
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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-
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults
at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
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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
317-9717 or visit http://groups.
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
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
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Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
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Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
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Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
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motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
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Youth Fishing Tournament will
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3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
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A Freedom Fighter's Ride
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Readiness Group of 1st
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'98 Chevy Lumina '85 Ford F7000
'97 Chevy Lumina '84 Int'l Dump
'95 Chevy Caprice Int'l 444
'94 Chrysler LHS
'94 Chevy Caprice EQUIPMENT
'92 Ford Crown Victoria (2) '97 Ditch Witch 5110
'91 Chevy Caprice Bubble '91 Case 480C
'91 Chevy Caprice '80 Case Loader B/H
'89 Chevy Caprice
'88 Oldsmobile RIiUS

'87 Mercedes 560 SEL '94 Int'l Thomas 65 Pass
'87 Chevy Celebrity (16)
'85 Pontiac Grnd Prix Hot Rod '91 Int'l Thomas 65 Pass
'90 Bluebird '89 Pass.
PICKUPS / VANS / SUV'S '89 Blurebird 72 Pass (4)
'99 Ford Explorer (4)
97 Chevy 510 Ext Shrt Bed (2) '00 Jet Ski / Railer
'97 Ford F150 60' Hobe Cat/Trailer
'95 Ford F150 20" Chrome Rims & Tires
'95 Chevy Conversion Van Portable Welder
'93 Chevy Work Van Computers
'93 Chevy 1/2 Ton Laptops
'92 Ford F Miscellaneous
'88 Ford F150
'86 Dodge D200
'86 FordE350
'84 Chevy S10
'84 Chevy C20
'84 Chevy G35
'84 Dodge B350
'79 FordF150
TERMS: Cash, Cashiers Check, Personal or Comp.
Any Check w/Bank Letter of Guarantee.
5% Buyers Premium.
PREVIEW: Fri Aug 12, 9:00-4:00
Sat 8:00 Until Auction

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A nice Family Community
located on the Westside
Military discounts FREE Washer & Dryer with new move-ins
E Z Financing on 2/2 & 3/2 Bedrooms
S Swimming pool, playground, basketball court
Woodland Estates
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706 Accounting/
706 Bookkeeping

Excellent opportunity for
an Individual to work
with both people and
numbers. Position
requires good people
skills & proficiency In
math. Accuracy and
speed in processing are
Important. Superior on
the lob attendance is
essential. Student
financial aid experi-
ence a plus. Salary
position with medical,
dental, vision, vacation,
and 401K benefits. Drug
free workplace and
background check. FAX
resume and compen-
sation requirements to
(904) 646-9467. We
have trained thou-
sands of professional
years. Tulsa Welding
hool, 3500 Southside
Blvd., Jacksonville, FL

707 Driver

Are you a Class B
Do you need full
time work? We
have 10 full time
positions to fill.
all GPC driving
443-7377 for
Instant Interviews!

$1000 Sign on
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTEDI Drivers w/.2
or moreyrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most
SCo. starting gay
0/OP pay $.86/mile
+ fue supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
-$25 Weekly Service
f Call
SGreg @
800-723-3424 for info

Beat the heat?
$500-$800.this summer
Put away that pic and
shovel. Come drive for
Jacksonville's finest
transportation com-
pany! Relax in our
air-conditioned, late
model fleet.
Be your own boss, make
your own schedule!
Para transit and shuttle
drivers also available!
If Interested call
Tim Collins 355-8294
Owner Operators,
Smith Cartage, local &
Road. Sign on Bonus
Call Kent 381-0486
DRIVER for courier
company with own van
with airport exp. Sal- $
500 $ 700 per week.
Call 1-877-490-6200
(Toll Free) or
718-624-2000. Ask for
DRIVER for local fuel
delivery. Class B CDL
with Hazmat, clean
MVR, pay AIW exp. Call
645-6396 evenings.

Blount Island
Former military
Day one benefits!
Call Royal Staffing
Services today

Drivers CLASS B
Apply at 2240 Dennis St.
2 yrs food deliver exp.
helpful, $9.25/hr. review
after 3mo's bring MVR if
possible. 354-7600
DOT; drug screen, good
MVR local delivery,
good bnfts. Apply in
person Parnell- Martin
Co. 114 Park St, Jax.

PLEASE CALL 381-9496
M-F 10 to 3pm

Growing Co. needs Short
Haul & Regional Drivers.
Be your own boss.
Lease purchase.
You control your home
time. Earn big $$$
weekly. No money?
No credit? No problem!
Own your own truck.
Company drivers
welcomed. CDL & 2yrs
18wheeler exp. is req'd.
Call 800-87 -3201,
or Andy 800-726-8780

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only apply.
Clean MVR. Great
benefit package,
vacation, pd holidays,
401K, health ano
dental insurance.
A ly at:
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

Need indpt contractors
with SUV's, PU trucks,
Vans, pleany of work
good pay Apply at
Priority Couriers, 4344
Philips Highway.
John Carlo, Inc. needs an
experienced fuel driver,
must have CDL license.
Competitive salary and
benefits. Call
904-251-4998 EOE/AA


w/ warehouse duties.
Entry level, $7.50hr.
Apply in person at The
Parts House 10321
Fortune Parkway, Bldg
400 Drug Free wkplc
Must know city well &
be able to travel. DFWP
N/S. Apply at 2144
Rosselle St Ask for Mr.
Allen or Mr. Taylor.
No phone calls.

CDL or Class E lic req'd;
Exp. pref'd. For busy
tow company. Exc pay
+ benefits. Call
904 996-8333

710 Industrial/

Residential. Co. benefits.
DFWP. Call 764-1015
HVAC, Plumbing, elec-
trical exp. EOE Apply in
person 115 South Third
St. Jax Beach or fax
resume 904-249-2011.
HELPER- needed Must
have experience. Large
shop, full benefits Call
Andy 545-0577
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 @
904-355-0131 or call
Bob @ 904- 354-4643.
Major corporation seeks
a bright, articulate and
career minded indi-
vidual. Must have a
good image and enjoy
working with people.
No travel. Salary plus
commission $45-60K.
Full benefits. 20/20
experience a must. For
appointment call (904)
Cable Installers
with exp. Lake County,
truck req'd. 880-2330
W'slde, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759-2875
transportation, call
726-5661 (Jacksonville)
or 249- 8147 (Beaches).

Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
CaU Max 800-693- 7838
able Framers & Helpers
Competitive pay, ben-
efits avail. Exp. &
transp. a must. Call
509- 1960 btwn7am- 5pm
Carpet Helpers &
Installers. Exp. Need

23.5Ston truck crane.
CDL class A exp'd &
cert Call Gene
783-9000 ext 24
Drywall/ Metal Stud
for interior general
contractor. Bnfts & op-
portunities Ph. 477.9437
or fax resume 268.8995
has Immediate openings
for the following:
*Heavy Equipment
* Equipment Service Tech
ANpply in person at 11932
NSR 121, Macclenny FL
32063; (904) 653-2800
Job + Training EOE
FCEAP 904-824-0220
Residential. Co. benefits.
DFWP. Call 764-1015
ESTIMATOR- with con-
ceptual design exp.
needed for small GC.
Call 880-8110 or fax
resume 880-8408

707 Driver

Johnstone Supply is
seeking local route
drivers Tor its so. side
loc. We seek 24 ft. box
truck driver's with 3 5
yrs. exp. CDL license
pref. not mandatory
We seek proactive, self
starters that are HS
grads with basic com-
puter skills & ability to
pass crime. / drug
screenings. Send your
resume to Johnstone
Supply Distribution
Mgr., 11710 Central
Parkway. Jacksonville.
FL 32224 or via Fax to
(904) 998-5113. or via
e m a i I t o
jaxhr@johnstonesup- We offer
competitive pay,
bonuses, and benefits.
EOE: m/f/d/v

12 Class A drivers
Call GPC driving
443-7377 for an
Instant Interview
and be working in
48 hours. Hazmat a

Containerized freight to
do local & OTR work.
Must have Hazmat & 3
yrs exp. Call 714-4454
RAMP DRIVER Exp a must.
AM. PM shifts. Apply In
person: Parsec, 4267V
N. Edgewood Dr., Jax, FL

Top pay. Full time Ben-
efits. Call S&W Materi-
als 714-7070
Class B alrbrakes apply
2815 Powers Ave

NOW niring lectricians,
Mechanics Supervi-
sors, Estimators
Project Managers,
Electrician rate
$15-$19/hr Great Ben-
efits, FEAT, Ins., 401K
Sign-On Bonus-Long
Term, Commercial
work. EOE Call Greg
Wolf (407) 857-6133
OFFICE MGR Multi tasker
for small office. Good
pay & bnfts. 389-7366
PAINTERS w/exp -
FT/ New construction.
904-838-2767; 259-7931
ERS Tired of being
under appreciated?
Looking for a fantastic
career opportunity.
Coastal Mechanical
Services is currently
seeking all skill levels
from trade helpers to
certified Journeymen &
6G Cert Welders to
work on our high pro-
file Ig commercial
projects We offer
competitive wages, Pd
Vacations, Pd Holidays,
Insurance, 401(k) &
other incentives. If you
are highly motivated &
want to be part of a
winning team, please
call 800-391-5757 ext.
48 leave message EOE
M/F/D/V Drug-Free

Hill0ran, Tallman,
Laborers, Good
benefits, health,
dental, pd holidays,
Vac, 401K EOE DFWP
Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

For RB Baker Construc-
tion. Medical. dental.
pd vac. pd holidays
401K. Pre Employment
Drug Screen. For more
info call 904824 9901 x
delberg Qickmaster,
dgital 4 color
904-642-5775 382-9796
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710 Industrial/
S0 Trades

Will train. Electrical/
Electronic exp req'd.
Apply 1252 W. Beaver St
Mon-Fri 7:30-3:30.
Word Excel, phones.
filin axing, etc. Start
at $7/hr. Phllips Hwy
4Sunbeam 731-1884
for exp. carpentry help.
Must have trans,
tools,be dependable
and drug free. 591-2401
growing site & prep cO.
Must have transporta-
tion. Pay based on exp.
Benefits/ Bonuses.
Hardworking reliable
people only 66- 0707.
earn up to $750/wk,
Valid FL Drivers Lic a
must. Will train. Sign
on bonus / exp only.
904-781-0081 James
Min 3 yrs exp req'd.
Call Brad 237- 0187
Exp'd. Part Time. To
order & check lumber
shipments to Bermuda
To apply or for more
information Fax:
1-441.-292-6561 or email:

Must have CDL Class D'
Lic. Clean driving
record. Benefits.
353-8280 DFWP
For commercial office
park. Up to $13/hr.
Midtown Centre Office.
Park. Fax 396-6366
the nations leader in
appliance repair needs
Techs, top pay & bnfts
Call Richard 389-7366
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710 Industrial]
710 Trades

needed for commercial
projects. Pay com-
mensurate with exp.
Call 880-8110 or fax
resume 880-8408

Grounds persons & tree
cutters exc. pay+bonuses
Beaches area. Call 285-4625.

To inspect service &
maintain. F/T Exp
prefer, will train paid
vac benefits, co. truck.
clean FL driv lic.
DFWP Call 731.3144

WELDER w/fabrication
exp. competitive salary
w/benefts. Apply 1252
W. Beaver St. 34-4282

712 Mechanic
MECHANIC Auto/Truck.
Gas/Diesel. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904.695-7045

MECHANIC needed for
highway construction
company. Min. 3-5 yrs
exp needed. Call
904-759-2835 EOE/AA

Night shift, basic mechanic
aptitude, welding, and
trailer repair a must. Apply
in person: Parsec,
4267/2 N. Edgewood Dr.,
Jax, FL 32246

714 Insurance
needed for Duval & St.
Johns counties. Expe-
rience required. Please
send confidential
resume to The Doan
Group, PO Box 350704,
Palm Coast Fl 32135

715 Management/
71 Professional

for local real estate co.
Exp'd only. Base salary
+ bonuses. Fax resume
to 904-288-7993

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in .Jax We will teach
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you the scret us
success! License class
begins soon. 421-7610
ar MHCJ have the fol-
RBHS, MHRC and lowing opportunities
MHCJ has the follow- available immedi-
ing openings: ately to people who
want to make a dif-
Program Manager ference in the lives of
*Elementary others through
School Program behavioral health
Masters level, license care:
preuferred, exp. RNS. Inpatient.
Required. Great Schedules.
Clinician Juvenile Full Benefits
S Justice I M.F, No Weekends
Masters level, exp. required.
pref. LPNs-. Inpatient
Family Service Baylor, Weekends only,
Counselor Benefits
S. ex w,w/ Community RN
children and allies
pref. FT, MH/SA population
Emal. s Mental Health

FT Evenings or PT FT, PT, all shifts,
Weekends. BA/BS + 1 direct care
yr experience in; For more info,
diagnosis, please call 743-1883.
Case Manager- FT positions offer ben-
Entry level efits. PRN RNs and LPNs,
BA/BS required. MHTs always welcome.
Applynpeon person
a.Il.-4 pn., MF only) ( m oly)
ormaIresumneto or na resume to
mmS Hiro 3umRMOi NSy MS, Hunan Resources,
IntlOO Suite 700 Floor),
a F2 Jacksovle, FL 32211.
Fax resiae t743-510S Fax resume to 743 5109.

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Always Recruiting for the Best!
Contact Human Resources, 11401 St.
Augustine Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32258,
(904) 260.1818, Fax (904) 8867768.
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715 Management/
7 A3 Professional

Director of
Posi ion requires good
people skIlls. Accuracy
and speed In process-
ing are Important.
Superior on the Job
attendance Is essential.
Student financial aid
experience required.
Salary positions with
medical, dental, vision,
vacation, and 401K
benefits. Drug free
workplace and back-
ground check. FAX
resume and compen-
sation requirements to
( 904) 646-9467. We
have trained thou-
sands of professional
welders for over 55
pears. Tulsa Welding
school 3500 Southside
Blvd., Jacksonville, FL

NIX Jacksonville Cam-
pus, Business Devel-
opment Specialist to
increase and maintain
Positive awareness of
ni versity. Retirin,
military or military
spouses encouraged to
apply. Contact: Dara
Stone, 904-245-6908 or

720 Medical

We are currently seek-
ing 3 Medical Assis-
tants for a Family
setting. All applicants
must have at least 1
year of professional
experience. MA must
be confident in EKG's,
Blood Draws, Vitals and
Injections. Also seek-
ing a friendly front
office associate for
check in/check out and
insurance verification
as well as a seasoned
al Secretary and Bill-
ing/Collection Associ-
ates. We offer great
gay and benefits. NO

Fax resumes to

VISOR for large medi-
cal practice, fax
resume 904-634-8912

745 Sales 752 Warehouse

720 Medical
RN FrT & PT Orange Park
Pain mgmt exphelpful.
No wknds, no shifts.
Fax resume
Attn: Clinical Director CSC

723 Dental
needed for S'side
office. Exp only. 4.5
days wk, 733-5533
725 Clerical

Centre Office Park.
organized with od
hone voice. Up to
12/hr Fax 396-6366
Fast growing mortgage
co. seeks RECEPTiON-
IST. Experience in the
mortga e industry a
plus. Call 904 899-6666
Or e-mail resume to
dependable. Multi line
phones. Word & Excel.
Confidential resume to
PO Box 65252, Orange
Park. FL. 32065

T735 Restaurants/
735 Hotels

Fax resume 386- 325- 9957
Bartenders &

Call Malabar 9801
Beach Blvd. 641. 5033
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301
Experienced line cook.
Day/Night shifts avail.
Top $$ in area.
GOLD CLUB 645.5500
CALL 757-7370
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train- AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110
Waitstaff and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Busiest club in town!
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
Line Cooks Apply
Mon -Sat, 2pm. 5pm.
Brick Restaurant 3585 St.
Johns Ave
Hiring PT Maintenance
Call 641.5033 or 860-2793
SERVERS Exp'd. Days.
Club Continental,
Orange Park. 264-6070
Waitresses, Bartenders,
Call 399.1110

737 Real Estate
join an energetic,
residential Real Estate
Co. No desk or monthly
fees marketing mate-
rials provided,
Numerous client leads,
competitive commis-
sion. N.E. Florida
homes realty. Lee
Thomrpson. Broker. Call

Director of
Financial Aid
Position requires good
people skills. Accuracy
and speed In process-
ing are important.
Superior on the Job
attendance Is essentiaL
Student financial aid
experience required.
Salary positions with
medical, dental, vision,
vacation, and 401K
benefits. Drug free
workplace and back-
ground check. FAX
resume and compen-
sation requirements to
(904) 646-9467. We
have trained thou-
sands of professional
welders for over 55
years. Tulsa Welding
School, 3500 Southslde
Blvd., Jacksonville, FL

750 Technical/

Keville Enterprises. Inc.
seeks exp'd construc-
tion mgrs for future
projects. Civil and/or
Environmental Engi-
neering or Construc-
tion Mgmt degree reqd.
Min. 5 yrs. exp. in util-
ity & infrastructure
construction manage-
ment. Send resumes,
refs, & salary history to
or fax @ (904) 493-6071.
for surveying co.
w/exp Ph. 346-1733
Join the fastest growing
home improvement co
in SE Florida. 10
Mil+sales. 2 yrs mmin
exp with drafting
/autocad in construc-
tion related industry.
Computer literate
Phone 904-732-7263 or
fax 732-7264
Exc salary& benefits.
Mrs. Jones 407-426-7979

Instrument &
Offering excellent
benefits health,
dental, pd holidays,
pd Vac, 401K Pay
commensurate with
Apply at:
10439 Alta Drive
714-0041 x106

for Jacksonville &
Orlando Fl. regions.
National telecommu-
nications & engineer-
ing services co. Exc.
benefits pkg. incls 401K.
Post-offer drug test &
clean driving record
req'd. Fax resume to
904,880-3109 or mail:
MILCOM Systems Corp.
7091 Davis Creek Rd.,
Jax., FL 32256
No phone calls please

Max's Restaurant &
Grand Ballroom
1312 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Beach

Embassy Suites
9300 Baymeadows Rd

is seeking energetic
detail orientedindi-
vidual for fast paced
warehouse. $10- $12/hr
+ bonus program &
benefits. Requires
some heavy lifting. Exp
req'd Mon-Fri 9:30.6 or
7:30 4. DFWP call Pam
Wright 904-584- 0108

is seeking energetic,
detail oriented indi-
vidual for fast paced
warehouse. $8-$10/hr +
bonus program & ben-
efits. Requires some
heavy lifting. Exp a plus
but will train. Mon-Fri
9:30-6 or 7:30-4. DFWP
call Pam 904-584-0111

753 Security

Security Forces, Inc
Immediate Openings
Site Supv M-F Days
Shift Supv M-F $9.40
W-Sun Days/Aft $11.37
fS.40 & UP
$9.00 & UP
Medical ,401k,Vacations
Apply On Line:
Or in Person at our office
2120 Corporate Square
Suite 26
Interviews Held
Thurs lOa -7p & Fri

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:
M- F Sam- 3pm

Quality Inn
300 Park Ave North
Orange Park

753 Security
for high profile accounts.
Must be lc'd exp'd and
present a professional
appearance. Previous
law enforcement/
military background a
plus. Pay rate up to
t$10/hr. Apply at Fox
Protective services
7999 Philips Hwy. Ste
305, Jacksonville, FL or
call 904-737-4949 Other
positions also avail.
rug screening req'd.

755 Miscellaneous

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
area. Training is
Call Floyd today to
secure full informa-
tion. Phone number
(904) 332-0715

for a corporate airliner
based at JIA. Email
contact information/
r e s u m e t o for
interview on Aug. 12th.

Atlantic Beach Thurs.
Aug. 11th 5:30-7:30 for
Make-up Artist &
female models. For info
call 241-8600

904 388-9952

At MasterCorp. average
$10 per hour. We train
Vou at $7.50 per hour.
work is scheduled for
Fri/Sat/Sun. Paid
weekly. Benefits
offered. Must have own
transportation. Also
hiring supervisors. Call

Good DL A transp. nec.
Exp. a +. Call DLR. Leach
Irrigation 904 285 5575

Jacksonville area. Good
benefits. Call

$9/hr based on exp. The
Lube Co. 2727 Clydo Rd.
S'side 731-5655 DFWP

General duties, must be
able to work every
other weekend. Apply
inperson Tues-Fr 8-10o
Timuquana Country
Club. 4028 Timuquana
Experience a plus. F/T,
NW Jax, Call 35& 2863

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or call 1-877-NEW-KOHLS (1-877-639-5645)

Bring four work references (w/phone numbers) & dress professionally.


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755 Miscellaneous
For printer. Knowledge
of In Design. Photo-
shop & Illustrator. Exp
with process color
reqd. FT 12noon-8pm
benefits. Fax resume to
731-5631 or email

4, Work from Home.
We will train you.
Must have PC with
internet. Registered
with BBB. Apply at

760 Part-Time
opening. $8 $9hr exp &
transp 215-1828 Rob

NANNY'S Good pay for
exp'd. Mand/SS/OP.
Bchs 904-241-2723

to answer phone, file.
Word & Excel req'd.
Financial svcs exp a
plus $10/hr Southpoint
area. Fax res 296-0575

870 Lawn Service-

*Mow & go $25* Wkly
full svc $35; *Yrly con-
tract wkly full svc. $35
Call 904 553- 0030

900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
20 Business/Office
922Collectables and
92S Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 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
990Wanted to Buy
or Trade

902 Appliances
4.4 Cubic Foot refrlg-
e rator 1.6 cubic foot
Refrigerator, $250.00
small upright freezer
$75.00 all good condition

cap. exc cond $200 both
Almond with black
door. Self cleaning,
good condition. $75.
Phone 779-5929

KIT APPL -white,
side/side frig. $600. Gas
range $250. D/W $100,
mcwv $50. or all for
$900. 477-1554

I ice c u b es ,
L. 24.6cu.Kenmore
frostless, exc
cond.$200 call
772-1077 cell-568-6191

Ovszd cap+/30 day det
dfpnr/intelidry $500
obo 880-2026

Washer/dryer set,very
good shape $250.00
Call 994-0100

Kenmore, works
greata! $350 for both
obo 912- 729- 5654 or
904 22& 0240

Whirlpool side by side
I refrigerator ..- : : :.
.. .r '.. ', .~.: '"r. : .J

905 Articles
For Sale

3 Piece sectional
Sw/'rold-cut Queen
oBed $1000. Oo0
Dresser w/ Mirror
Jean 375-0422

Above Ground Pool
$ro pump unit 1 HP
S$100.00 little used

Aquarium hood
with fluorescent light.
I|) measures 29 inches by
111/2 inches. like
new. $20. firm 268-2482

|Ford hanger Edge
pickup '02. $100,
never used
912- 576-3130

SMedela pump in
stylee double breast
-pump In original
box. Re tal for $259 will
sell for $100 firm. Call
Joann 904-772-7133

Car Top Carrie.
4 "large" good con-
I 1 dition $50.00
box $25.00 call & leave
msg 777-8120

means size 12, black.
v never worn. $50.00
912- 576- 3130

4 CrimInal Justice
Books CRM/Por 123
CRM 332 CRM419
CRM430 Terrorism
corrections Law organiza-
tion contact Mary Sanchez
at 220-4577 or 612-9998

Crutches, wood,
padded, adjustable.
\i /long pair and short
pair. each $8. firm

22 JaxAlr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 11, 2005
" Articles 945 Garage 955 Household Musical Sporting Pet's & 1 Pet's & 1 Pet's & 1 Pet's & 1010 Pet's &
For Sale 945 Sales Furniture 970 Merchandise/ 980 Goods 1010 Supplies 1010 Supplies 10 Supplies AU010 Supplies 1 Supplies
4, Easy Anchor Puller W'side-Movlng Sale White Metal Double -, SEMINOLES soft Am. Stafford Shire Ter- COCKER PUPS-Femrn, buff Jack Russell NKC,14wks PUG -Female,
S Model 8 Powered 7766 Rolling H Is Dr. IDecker Twin Beds DIGITAL PIANO, Yamaha leather Jacket 2XL rier AKC Pups & Older and parties, AKC, $300 F, B&W adorable,pd $900 CKC $600 AWESOME AUGUST SALE
by a Ramsey Winch Sat Aug 13th. 8am-? \I? perfect condition Clavinova CLP-311, 1 9 9 3 to 1 9 9 9 female breeder all col- cash 289-9155 sell $500. 543-1714 807-6628 Bostons. Yorkies, Yorkie
new $1600.00 sell Golf Clubs,cloth, stereo, etc. $60.00317-1990, $1700obo. 541-0565 National champs ors $500. 352-475-5050 Mixed, Beagles, Cock-
for$550 OBO excellent 291.4190,4770312 multi color brand new ,COCKERwSPAIELseMos2. LBAKCpuppiesyel ow PUGo PULE PM P,ers, RatTerriers, Spitz.
condition 264-0969 N 'slde-O.rtea Forrest ORGAN -Lowery, loaded. beautiful $350 firm AMERICAN BULL DOGS buff will sell for $250. puppies s l P PUP M, reg Chihuahua Chihuahua
4168 Watereak Lane all access $1480 317-7157 8wks, colors, UKC. HC, Call 317-7800 a shotsand wormed. $400 cash 289-9048 M Mini Dach Lab.
d300-$500. 3869D3-3202 $300. Call 845-3356. 504-1171
Fldareheavy 3FamlySaefumn WIEP STCD 387-9797.NMINIPU
duty e-large cloth.toysjewlery, n- W E R 215 American Bulldog CKC AKC, 3M, Shots, HC, short L Pu aRoAT I Pa
caaclty washer ens & more.Sat 8a-lpm <1L$75 Rockinghorse. Piano Yamaha Baby / WEIGHT BENCH, lat white, taking $100l dep, a, ShoCs.HC r Lab Pups-AKCblack PYGMY GOATS for sale
$60.00 kerosun kero- -wooded wagon Grand C-3 Conserva- |bar, arm & leg ready 8/8. 90 477.188 hair, $200 Cash 6528044 blockheads,HC,3m/lf Afrlcn Reese 8863ul
sene portable heater $30.00 pool table. 10 games in tory Series w/ Disc u rIs 105I b6s 8wks9championshp-3391
call278-962 00 Bargain HuntersGalore o Laverpolishedebony weight deliveryo- Aaru-220gal ENGLISHBULLDOGS, bloodlinefield&show.
excel cond. asking sibe 907-87 1420 75 w/stadccesso-h AKC Champ. Bckgrnd. $400. 879-0272 Rott Pup-AC,6mo old.
HOT TUB/SPA person This Sat&Sun have your $20,000. 912-352-2289 r.iee i es. Salt/fresh $1500 and up. 272-468662940
like new, sacrificeS$1495. g arag e sale at The 12PC BENNINGTON COT- etup $800 call Mini Dachshunds-AKC 294-5143
Can deliver 349-4014 Marketpacse. saVendor oTAld.$3 ERoMN new mk0moo Sporting .1 382-7687 or 521 3645. FREEg-Buster Needsna 9 wks, wormed, shots,
Pace r 980 Goods Wanted To BassetHound-AKCMale neutered Lab mix. $395912-57&9878 Shiba lnu-male,lOmo, Ti Sporaton
Large Char Broil $7/Day32am t retand, pkr. Buy OrTrade lyr old,$150.CKC-Black Please call 879-4432 -2 red & white AKCshots Aviation
Smoker with side 7059 Raona, 786-FLEA pugMale $350. yr Overseas PCS-2 $300 obo.215-0875 1200Aviation
frebox $50.00 50.539828 GOLFCART-$500, with old.386-364-1652 German Shepherd, AKC, Cats need loving S1205Boats
2194329 charge, runs good RECUMBENT white, bik/siv 8wks, home. Healthy. Cur- SHIH-TZU Ready 8/10 1210Sailboats
214329 r Garden/ 294-0 95 / EXERCISE BIKE BEAGLES -8wks, tri Call904-781-9872 rentShots-Microchip AKC, 3M,HC,multi-cir, 121SBoatDockage&
LaSner MagnoxTV Lawn Machinery FCATE iWANTED, 220-3630 $250color.86s/w HC, lm, 3f, GeShep/EuroBldlin great with children call $400.573-6692 Carrie Rentals
pictue I V n pictL n Machinery GOLF CART EZ Go. 2yrs $250 868-3S38 r C S Bldlide ca12-673-7865
k,/.jfw/ex screen pro-- & Tools old, new batteries light $ 8 2e Marine Equipment
wtectergreatcon500.00 o Lawn Mower kit. Aft seat & deck, exc WANTED TO BUY BICHON FRISE -1M. AKC, Exc w/kds. Bred ua ity Siberian Huskies 2M/2F and Supplies
one stant -Murray,2yrs shape, $2900.631-6658 P r e- c o m p u t er H/cert 3mold, pups21mo.2622899 PAPIONS -AC vet Reg. ChB386- 5471312 123RV'sand Supplies
on wheels just wantl I oMurray,2yrs0 BANKRUT AUCTION mechanical bookkeeping 525-7782 HceCt, shots, lOwksld,9
soetngdffe call oldrunsoreat Brunswick,-GA810aCUBS Pin e he acang 525-7782 HAVANESE PUPS AKC blk/wht, 4 M, $600, toy 912-576-8477 1235 RV Rentals
90529-8263 912-673-6496 after Thur 8/18/05 HD ig 2 thru L ne 386Blue Pit Bulls-UKC/ADBA very lovin ready 8/20 fern $700. Will arrange ADORAB1300 Motorcycles/Mini
4pm to see. MH/l u HD edeclub 912-713-7779 colors.Cal386-362.5101 transp. 864-378-6644 Bikes
& Moving Boxes; used 573 9377 days. motorcycle/ camper Excellentcondition. or 864-379-3451 Iv msg T ADORABLEW T 3Auto Brokers
Swardrobes, dishpacks l HUSKY-MIX UNIQUE PUPPIES 13SO AutO Parts
Smirrorpacks assorted MOWER -Yard Machine Ph. 1.800-962 5715 $475.910-0649/w270-5151 BORDER COLLIE -pure lyr old female, PEKINGESE PUP pale DappleDoxles,
Boxes. Packing paper $100, 6hp/ 22". Call GAL#254 Hunt Club in tat lle bred, pups, $250ea. 2M. tbFack/tan Free to creamM. reg $300 cash Chlhuahuas, Maltese, 13Auto Rent/Lease
include $65.00call 27871 Jason 992-8637 Ga.800 per member 1F 386-776-1652 Sgood home, all 289-9155 Shimalts and more. 1320Antiques/Classics
8-71Jao725-6031p8r 9902shots, med. sized, Grooming available 1325Automobiles
MOVGSARIDING LAWN MOWER Ge r, Yanmar,3 904-725-6031/386-49-9012BOXER-mix, $200, small spayed, house/ crate Pekinese uppies- 90 days same as cash 1335$2000 or Less
MOVe INGst SAE u RI/NG lAWNOROScagstand / eel, anm. e Beagles, $300. Bostons trained, sweet. 7 weeks old adorable Wpw. old 1340 Trucks/Trailers/
e rn u tchen- behind commercial rie n. elecr CLAUBS Com L F Pets and $500 HCs wks, 249-2353 904-337547 Angela $300. Ca 9125763740 /Trale
ware, 733- 5405 or email mower, $400for either $1,800.009043210274 setoni $45. Anials BOXERPUPPIES .AKC, Itaan Greyhounds 2 WEIMARANER 6m/o, s one. Daniel Pease 729-4001 Call Jake 264-4587 3fem. Parents on siteupIes 7 WEIMARANER -6m/o. MVans/Busest
(H) 573-9874 (3p-llp) 2males,lfem, AKCd6wks PIe ULL Pup spade, housebroken, scAuto
101Painters -(4), 1 corn- BilardTables-New 29-6859evesA&wknds weesis PO $200. AKC,$400.90ub779-804n5 3IM Autos/1Tucks
_NORDIC TRACK EXP Painters -(4) 1 com- Billiard Tables -New 0Suppies& 5t888-837-7735 males.em ks I P
1000 Treadmill, pressor, I texture Solid Maple 1" Slate upp CHIHUAHUA/T-CUP Born 38, 1 Wanted
50o220-3630 9 Household machine 1 pressure Don't Pay Retail!! 1010 Pets and Supplies 3/18. Tan w/white chestV, JacR---
kJ Furniture washer, 4 extension $1595 NEW505-7941 S60Financial Services fer, all shots, free 10-5Ibs, warm POODLE -standard YORKIES, 3 Adorable Mini
S ladders I baker scaf- spayed, very $1000neg. Hearted and loved pups, AKC, HC, shots, males, AKC POP $00.
Old German Camera fold 2 small bench S. GA HUNT CLUB-13.000 _______________ very playful. 277-4692 children, 813-997-4626 563-2639/880-4603 1205 Boats
$100.00 Gold Pocket S. ANIQUE BUFFET scaffolds, all hoses & ac. dog hunt, 4000 ac. Indoor/apartment dog,
watch $100.00 Com- r 1 TH 1W60"LF19'W353 elec cords. $5,500 still lhuntdeer, turkey eS COCKATIELS (2) w/Irg familymovingfree. POODLES TOY CKC BLUE YORKIESGorgeousHlthy A A I
S merclalakersrack H.Eary 1900's ery package deal only Call Kirk 904-241-4902 Supplies bird cage & all assec. Melynda904-225-2769 M/F papers, vet ck'd AKC1M/$750; 1F/$850. $ CASH PAID
$100.00 Laundry cart $40.00 good condition $75obo 772-8182 or Leland 912-545-9481 $250obo. 230-8205 Gary 912-270-7226 ready now 386 328-2818 8wks, Shots, 880-9728 Boats or Yachts 545-8303
AC/Heater $300.00 249-1611 Small computer
904-272-7352 desk $30.
PEDICURECHAIR Euro- AntiqueVictoria
pean, 3 back wash, Couch in good con-
shampoo units w/chrs, \ edition, dark mahogany
kng sz pillow top matter light natural, cloth.
set w/frame. Ig Oak asking $250.00 call 777-8120
and glass curio cabinet. IV msg
779-1637 868-7028
SPS1,1300. WAHE' open Buffet area. Must
LColemans-Paid, $199, se eeds TLC
asking $75. Call $250obo. 673-9056
SQueen bed box- BED,-A" BARGAIN
S spring mattress BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
dresser with mir- u $120 King $145
ror night stand Foam
$100,.treadmill $50, pool
table with balls sticks (906740405
$50 phone 553-2037
Bed-A-Affordable New
4) Shopsmith $ 500.00 Memor Foam All sizes
S Treadmill $o100.00oo 1/2 Retail $ 505-7941
A/C Motor &Blower
$25.00 lawn mower Bed-A-Affordable New
Jack $75.00 9 Pieces of Plush Queen Set $195
Lawn Equipment King$27510yrwarr
$150.00 904- 2727352 can divr 50S-7941
& SPA 6 person. Free Bed-A-Affordable
I needs tubing, heater, Twin $79 Full $99 sets T t
xJrewired, you move. new. Can del. 505-7941

oitnnIwda .i nm chrs.The economic impact of the
Tannng BED4POST Qnsz (bl
Pald $1 0nngsBed. Ehn Allen .2 Malabar
70Pa0d $1200 asking chrs & ottoman ( pot-
$700. 382-7667 or terry barn) $450
521-3645 904-886-8353

Ford F10 h military in Northeast Florida
Ford F Upshort waterbedw/mir, capt
Bed 6 Mo sold pedestal & reg bed
$50.0paid $260. matter. Like New $250
new 655-1929 obo. 778-3844

lpn 4 and Southeast Georgia is
cal Stephane 542-3096 PC Sofa&Chair Fro$199
SPc Oak DinetteFrm $199
SvYamaha*Vstar 3 Pc Qn Simmons Bd $19 7 8 b i
Yamaha VdtaO~10 I3 Pc sealy Twin Bed 125
ltcustom paint lots 3 R 8Pc Condo Pkg$-i
miles $7500.00 John b illi n .
220- 4577 or 612-9998 [ roesF CE r

920 Business/ L (904 Soo I
Workstation/Cubles BOX & MATTRESS SET
Wo nlyO/ 95c 2es 00 (9) 04. Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who
HermanM Ier8' x 8'
withpedestal & overhead. Boys Twin Bed
GatorOfficeFurniture wit h Mattress
o n$75o .0 buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them
922 Collectables
2 & Jewelry BUNK BEDS -Cargo lad-
der back w/mattr &
new/ 0k4r fs rsr know what your business has to offer by advertising in one or all of
purch new 11/04 for
$6171. Sell $3k --F -
904-557-1074 m k COFFEE TABLE-
sAmericansnter the military publications distributed at the local bases in the area.
925 Computers drawer w /brass pull
very goodLcondition $30
SCompaq Desktop 25-0009
4, two speakers
obo. Bill 246-0301 sofa. book case.
8am-o7pm. recliner. area rugs. -
Stread mill. antique
COMPAQPREA O table and chairs
Sdeskto computer For advertising
4yrs old,, $250. Lex- 1Ii
markprinter, new $50. COUCHES 121 Exc
280-0307 cond. () Natural
-____ _c_____ l iacoor wriloral print L .^ *
I O while w/ Q
928 Electronics 904 228 1905 Priced toinform ation,
sell plean call
SexcelRentcondton, COUCH FULL SIZE,
t recently serviced lush huner green.
S unrwarragnt3 0ndoo. Pogie net,0 i ..J-
$700.00 OOcal Jason(H) heavy large paid
213-4384 or (W) 542-8507 wil 3 te275 E 90 3463362
ext.o lsAug27r2132H
4. CAMCORDER palm GrC UCHand love t mi n "I
I .size with battery & /IGreen und ld
Et. seant under I yr old
enamng m $5. era S200 Call for more
pentax 35mm $35 exc. 374- 3234 -
cond. 904-a27T7-8205 n Fax 9- 6 I _t
f CORDERwIth battery D $ winged tip chair
charger and bag $175. cherry wood desk
bCamera Pentax 35am three tier cherry woo
with be0 $35 exc. condo. table 573- 3513
Dresser and night
Garage standoak color 40 00
9045 Fair condition Call
Sales 573.2863
4 3 Family Garage ENT CNTR Custom 3pc.
SSale clothes, fur- white Oak glass/ mir/
Jlniture, toys Aug spkrs. lot w x 81t H.
13-149-5Sutton S2000 342-0551 or
Lakes 11151 Englenook 294 0551
Dr. YorkshireSectonmut.

ARGYLE -Home acces- o, ENTERTAINMENT 3 t./
series and fabrics. 8120 T UNrr5SLLx4Wxi91/

mirrors Lik new 'X(o' ^^

MANDARIN-Moving Sale rmoue tak e a iooIk
12707 Longview Dr. Fri 315-3742044 Co
8-1. Sat 7-4. Visit315l3.4
garagesae for info 4 Oak table w/ 4 -'

MIDDLEBURG -Sat 7am. PD c t124 extension 45," .._ ,ui,

ForestctDcond.AS475H6Sleeper Sofbil
1207 Ravines Trace Ln. 264-6364
(off of Brannan Field
Rd) Whisper Crk Subdv.
Call for dir. 291-8063 or 4 ROCKING CHAIR,
228-1997o illsmaI.reen
lour.r egfrrE 00173205
Moving Sale a good home. $70
Everyhingmust ol~o904 742.08b3/ u. u
go! issan Forest 904655,5011m
furniture. dishes, oveseaioener.c
clothes, moreBc ithofiee a 2 end
912-227-1794 .ables-$300 for all
Aor1 wil separate GoodDr

Moviesles-S300 forh311
, Neighborhood Yard cond. 912-729.46a5
SSareSr. Officer Quar-
ters Mayport.Aug20 SOFA -90' w/2 rec liners.
8a.m.-2pm dark fabric. $750.7OA
387.-9797 I y
Oceanway Multi Family V
Sale Sat 8.2 furn hh, Sholidl light pine
kids stuff nr Food Lion, china cabineL
12737 Sweetwater Ln. \j,,7excellent condi.
tion lighted lop
ORTEGA BLUFF wthroovedglasss
4, GAP.GESALE. shelves Good Wea.
SSat 7:30am-2pm. 300.00 Call 262-9275
Movies. Furn, ciths,
(baby) misc. 7825 -. TODDLER BED
aRa C w/martress -1.vC
Rd. I Strawberry bed-
ding $35.
S'side Huge Yard Salel 912-882-1090 -M
2423 Water Tiree;d W- WATER DISPENSER
$60. Computer
St. Marys-lg sale kj.Desk $35; Sofa and
SatG8-12.311Hunt Loveseat $400;
Club. Sofa, Kitchen Table w/chrs -"
.toys iris 3T~boys $75; Student Desk $40; KI5N BAY BE
18ruhNce Jlass. 714-1313

Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 11, 2005 23
1 Boats 13 Motorcycles 1325 Automotive Automotive 325 Automotive Trucks Trucks / Trucks / Trucks / 1345 Vans/Buses
1205 Bats 1300 tr es 1325Autmtive 1325Autmt1325 325Autmtive 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers/ 13
'05 WAKEBOARD centu- HD 883XR '02, orange CHEVY CAMARO '98. low Mazda MPVES'02. VOLVO 540 01I $1800
rion lighting C4 S0hrs, black. 7kmi, extras, gar mi,38K, chrome alloys loaded, leather. DV. St#FS56 $14,988 GMC YUKON '02- TOYOTA 4-RUNNER -'00 TOYOTA SEQUOIA02 low Call 764-6990
makeoffer. 260-9199 kept, $5900. 631-6658 $169mowac. 859-5820 extended warranty TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 4 4d r, bu rgund y, SR-5, exccond,0$15,800 ml. O thr. $22,988 or $299
16' STRATOS '94 HD 03 Anniv E Glide BLK CHEVY CORVETTE '94 new tires. $16,000 call VW BEETLE 03. Very low 1 L 0 VD Ca704-1592 mowac.Call3881055PV
S BASS BOAT 16K mi King Tour Pak Convert., maroon/tan 298-3484, 504-6947 miles. Only $13,988 or system, oae. Seri- TOYOTA RA4 01 t a a
"ASSfBcst/security sys. Must sell. S11kobo. $210mo wac. 338-1055 1500 4X4 '01 usystemAoaded'Sex-
\/70 hp Johnson, fully /back rest/!ecurityrsys 1 B TOYOA $12.988 __ _loaded. ____ Exra cleatIne,
qecuipped, readyto warranty thru Sep 09 2159414/226-7580 MAZDA RX-7 '85 Bigwhs&tires ous buyer only St#3146A $12988 ltoadedleather,
fish. t Mu espd, T-top, allc-CHEVYMP VW BEETLE'03. ery low la' $2335004 Ch sia TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 1 VaS/anstases captinshairs
S Extras. Must sel mint $15,400. 268-1231 CHEVY IMPALA'05. Very trick, needs work, body miles. Only $13,988 or89990 542-3320 x410. 2916503 new tires, 32,000mi.
$100904.2919915 l~-ow miles, $14,988 or 6good, $5000bo. $210mo wac. 388-1055 exUt0RODEO4Wd'O2 __t__d
100904291-99155hp H-D Sportster $21Smo wac. 338 1055 882-4168vms50. $210mo wac 388-TRUCKDEPOT ISUZU ODEO4WD'02 TOYOTA RAV4 '96. CHEVY ASTRO-'94, WC 5j, a 29n4 4
tr15mo ....338 .155E0 .St#1298Au$12,488oTsY'Yn.n VIo E ASTRO-'94,eW Capta5ins. C a irs,
OHNSO -98 ad CHEVYMPALA05ery MERCCOUGAR'99. Pwr Immaculate cond loaded SUPERCENTER TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 pricedfor aquick pwrlift 118k cold a, or04-6947
nruGe,$3k2-946Lsa e bags load CHEVYIMPALA'05.VExcellentcond. lo accessw/Crow River or504-6947
449-5839 pipes forward con low miles, $14988 or pkg, spoileralloys fully priced for immedi- JEEP CHEROKEE sale$29753897700 4.3 cyl $5500 obo
trols sissy bar lots of $215mo wac. 388.1055 $89mowac859-820 ate sale $6975389. 7700 FO XS J P O R T o 9 5 993-3225$ 550
m17'K EY W EST C e n 4 H rO m er$5 ,3 00HO .0 $89 m o w 8 59 -5820 atens/h a$69o5 1 395770009m5 599 _7 5 6 6
terconsole, boat, 729-27T7 7- Che yLu mIna98'5ERkCEDmS300c -'92, V GL20' O3. Ver lw FORD EXPEDITION XLT 4 31x10.5, K&N TOYOTASCIONXB'05
obo779r9696 iveAERontrr, 70hp -.4000 miles, low masking $3,100 onl new spoteel, lesutCall 38e00 JEEP WRANLER mowac.CaLthrll33lowmi,1055must Cold air intake. Lowmwhiteri 2003. Extra m.-2338638

9k MONTREYCUDDY dr 5ra o5155 w48 1 mn276251 ADD UGHETM FRm c^oa TOMBtS LX71T TOYOTA TACOMA3-102 d Lod D
Johnsongood HONDA CXS0I i l Newstereo, exccond, $215mowac. 338- 1055 sel $19,98. 3388055 2mowac.338-1055 DODGEGRCARAVAK'01 Tv a O
cond. $2,500 obo. un s and looks cond.Ni re, w st seeCl onmnie tXeryrTo a Snort, alloys, loaded
(904) 625-5675 Ken great. Great first 576-5495 for details. at 912-322-6955 VWGL20'03. Very low FORD EXPEDITION XLT JEEP LIBERTY 4x4 '03 $139mo wac. 859-5820
terndrive.3000ke or looking to Carmiles must selarthe obofa31st7-02. Lthr lowmi, must Need to sell fast. TOYOTA859-5820 power pkg.,SCION XB05 CDTi, l
as $900 OBO CHEVY MALIBU'04. Very Mercedes 450 SL wac. 388-1055 sell $19.988. 388-1055 $219mo wac. 338-1055 Low mi, white, rims/ mounted Aluminum

912-258-0644 L than0mi. BlaCkwoaded, lda n/$m9luerc ChevyF1087 $299mows9 wac. 388-1055 LEXUS $210mo wac. 388-1055 wheels Blug forde80
20 GLASTRON -'02, BR, $0 0 w ml339 Cldean $175 0,988 nteoatedr. PD, PLP runs OJEEPbo. FORD F150 '93 Excellent LIBERTY 4x4 '03 904-374-4590

run s e Home 874-54 6e. SRUCKCDEPOE Snrof, ryree call 78n ss148er894-580g ndoodn nssts se thi e vrd
Sfish a brandy, 15k mi. ask- or $199mo wac.338-1 $2000obo. dt256-1200 R1995,152K mi,3.1LFORD F15004 XLT Crew
garaged, extras, or $199mo wac.388-1055 cover & manual 1 FORD F150 r St#228i A $13,988
19', lMONTEREY CUDDY chrome $5,500, $13,995. Call 27 -6251 CADILL F LEET- FORD F1504X4'04 Ver t $1,8 clean. Lad

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9126,many6 tast Kawasakin03 be Cd asners nw 281-468-2668 c0oBLAZERr 132KmF,' S 0l. V a 1 K ,,UOw Ap'm d S i
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y e I o w 0 r i 9. Chevy Flo087 All options, 4x4 $11,900.904-744-7672.9 750
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519k. 269-0457 KAWASAKi '97, ZX6E, SAM/FM Cassette. Chevy Monte Carlo .294389-7700 clean.SUV- 17
burgundy, 15kwell $. ask- /tres $14.$2000 616-6008 obo. 256-1200 HONDA ACC1995152K m,3.1L 89-0900 7 17-448-0915
23' KEYWEST CC '99,Ing$3600.269-2731McL V6,BlackAT,AC, FORD F15O'99. dark blue LINCOLN NAVIGATOR '02 Wre
C E 1 Good cond. great ext. gray int 107K mi, St#I2064A $21,588
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rs $15,500 obo. KAWASAKI NINJA model ood condit NISSAN SENTRA OMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371 4877r,
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29' CATALINA'84 stroke, 1400 mi, call1771-8030 ,Q MERCURY SABLE vehicle priced to sell FX4'02. Lift kit,
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head, shower, sips D, d l 9 TRU'cylindash stereo asking $3950. EVY TRUCK DEPOT O
m30y engiextras,2 trans-ll, $1800 C al 9 0 3 iwhte at c si rims. exc3cond 7kLARm3KmINEiou
fe rrew $22K0 KZX-12R, 1600mi, brakes and tires $3,000.00 d 37 M e K 24-2
904,213-9745 'logarkept. Very fast 472.1330 MITSECLIPSEGST'98 rebuild. Good LINCOLNNAVIGATOR 02
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76 Manatee Bow- Cal 72.6 e CHRYSLER SEBRING '05. fast $8995. 338-1055 AC, 2. 8L, V6, $1250. S3r 223 02
rider 17' Deep-V '89 Very low mi, must sell 384-9574
1,30 ohnson 88HP. Excel- NEMESIS CUSTOM- AURUSmo wac. 338-1055 MITS ECPSE G T '98 Mitsubishi 30000T

s NIU OVery low mi. Must sell DDGE R A M -88, 97 good cond. V B FORD Lon on 339-3443 SATURN OF AVENUES

bent running ond. ui Rete FDAUt895P C PAUL.CLARK MoLAU 8105 Blanding Blvd. 779071
interior need minor work win ont CHRYSLERSEBRING05. fastERCEN$8995. 388-1055 Charger, 318, runs FORD RANG FORD-MERCURY
Gawanzed Traler Marne Very low mi, must sell good, strong worktruck912 576 9220
Radie VHF $3,000 588-4902 for pic. tures $o wac 388 1055 1300 708o 038 00 XCabII4 5 843 693 0199 u
y and more info $13,000 Corvette"66. peed iFORD. F-0 89n V fue ar loaded $1 41 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 1 Atlantic Blvd. 6416455
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215-262After 1400 1, Extras $3,000 obo call 4WD GoodTi KEITH reERSOFORDRANGERPU01 URBURBAN 4TOYOTA

$ CASH PAID $ 60.ooLeave 912,2346600 Engine ad Good PArts St#B,0de2B 642-606 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673 LIGHTHOUSE TOYOTA
sg,904MHss 3 652-4205 $8000 bu TOMEBUSHuA LM TERRY BUICK 2995en w.S.1ith Southredit.Aug.
904trailer and V8 I/ 9201 Atlant- 8 Stage Won't last3381055ctiming belt., trans M-10231 Atlantic Blvd. 7241080 1310CassENZ300Eat89SuzukatAvGSXR 1003894561
S. TOYOTA CAMRY LE Dyonoet K&N air DODGE STRATUS5. very r eblt warr paer- $995 Robert 662 3206 Green Cove Sps 264-4502

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pipePartsRentals., panel294-2018 $5000r, se HYUNDA ACCENT GL (912) 322-7144 92 Fully loaded. pri ced. Bl 8-7700
S es LX ulassdedcle TOYOTA COROLng'93 right, must sell need M A 354-2057 ON ATLANTIC
ON®AL STAR '00 XV 1600 mileage one owner stroker notchback lots SUZU ITARAh$75 .7
YACHTS&SPORT DTWIN 98ou. in. a/c powe bo 11003AtlantthiBeats fvd. 5658800models450 CITYhp new TOYOTA CARY 89 SUPERCEN
A .lots of extras 8500. 04 278-5 525 for info12000K priced to elONDA very 777MITSUBISHI 2525600hilips 3965486
Jacksonville's largest Nice Bike 215-5337 619 549 1589qucky $187Ave. 8991900 10585 Atlantic389 Blvd. 56524897700
E410M SB &38. BoatD = Yamaha Virago SE riaLX 9 2 f uRy 0. NISSAN 35OZ '05, $ 5001POLICEINPOUNDSI JSIERRA 30 AcuFaA Ca ch
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of new stuff$2500.Call tu $200 Call E'01. outstanding shape
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quickly$5975389"770 00 .'hite tan 4WD
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20 '1ures $25 ne',s lr C Np3ded CHEVROLET BLAZER'99 Ca.%31Ave J-.61
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28'BAYLINER '86 -s Tre 1 new 21S' 7 FORD TAURUS SE 03 Ver, Pontiac TransE VROLET YELLOW9SR D L R.Augustine 3536797I 10863 Philips Hwy. 262-7145
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new bottom aint. s4,9 Must ,ell call loaded y$18,983t ',h,', :,PLE, VI W; 11",'Alla,',h Blvd 725-8000 SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
sllyequips/ ee 9042796251.7 52614 FORD TAURUS SES '04 TUKDPT HVAN0ROVER
rtRF46RS $10.988 TRUCK DEPOT h H V 02 KEY.AU PAUL CLARK 8105 Blnding Blvd. 779-0071
enclosed cod'Pp 1 TIRES &. RIMS. i ,U8dJ'esHeIiiPLE', ]II 8 00 desoel~.Fx4ORD-MERCURY 11211 AtlanticBlvd. 642-1500
complete galley lec. TIRan&,RIM.eTOMC 1SUPERCENTER ,lst, 22.96 338-1055 FORD-MERCURY
Goodri. Sl00 cab excellent shape diesel40.4x4 muct sell15E12 9 225-3673:
head w /should e 'n ir r hoadedp riced t ,: eil this last 522. 9n 38 1i55 I u ,d .I 565-4000
cditioner. $13,400obo.g.n 90645 bi9 DUVAL FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 108o0oAtlantic Blvd. 641-6455
996-8042/502-020. rIRES-4new HONDA ACCORD .'0 '89.1Ithr. AT. loaded. 9 .o CHEVY 4X4 88
-1 oeanLgoooA .P5 66CsaAv. 8764 10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000 __ ]l___ _1
34' Pursuit "01, 8600 mi Escaildce $200 Cail l good cond. I o ner. SATURN SL1 '00 good tires ooloox E
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291-14340or 276-551 ]HONDA ACCORD '92 SATURN SLi '99 CHEVY AVALANCHE 03
Poliein$0l... .. on... s i MIKE SHAD FORD NORTHFLORIDA UNCOLMERCURY 1285 Cassat Ave.. 389-7700
AIRSTREAM&TRAIL C1320 niquc' tn4 116x7327 ',rBiJ ,. hi eeK 519 '14'I Clil _____I_____LRD LNONM CU
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J.D. Sanders R.V. S 31'eTO- Su r Anape. $iaO,
Ala1hua(86) .39 aSt Aug 626-04-t0 HONDA Accord EX 02. TOYOTA CAMRY '03 CH
1.800,42-6439 V6 blCV Ithr. 6 discbStLS128di F64C 517288 8Aa03.,ExtremBlvd 7250911 MIKE DAVIDSON FORD h_,__,1 10939 Atlantic Blvd. 721-3000
1957 BUICK ROAD- changer. 79K mi. eec T,',P.!BIJHI.IT0PLE1 )714MOl'
-L HOME'93- Ne' 0o:-d, .n e, cT:nd HONDA C,., cd eOYOTA CAMRY 01 21K must see 15923TOM BUSH MAZDA
tra Engine n nb..o b E..3-3cni 3 Km$3500 ,,es *rc g 85 UP R E T RGARBER BUICK 9650AlianticBlvd 725-3060 T M U MAhiTpsHwy. 262A 338
transmissionr.34 n.nO oo o r o-at0nn20 1 3500 mile2s673.7653 $ m w g 9 o T9850kAtlantic Blvd. 725-0911
radiatOrner, 34' Bds. H, 22,2"42 TOYOTACAMRY'00 899-0900.3a e.r Cve5pnng 2644502 MIKE SHAD FORD KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
$24,999. Call12159c,2,3 .' i 904 333 222 Q6 Honda Civic LX PNr r.... ei Cle31n E M
6-9pm 967 BUICK ELEC- 1996 manu5ai C $5'Kh6995"all8S9-5020 MAZDA CITY
tiltUICnEe l4 2 opiE4mEle_. greater .. KEY BUICK OF ORANGE PARK 6501 YoungermanCircle. 771-9100
TRA 225. 31 0. 3 s. n..n1 am Toyota Camry 94-0600
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315f.3basemleneratc.'1. 1970NOVAHOND RV'01 cle 3n par licks CHEVY P,'U "99. C2500. 640Ii LBn1rdng Blvd 777-5550
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fiV SBUS& hre oanil ( uri s5 trnins SaF360i$9-8R S-F622 $14 f-A, 3rn row, 69500
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1-10 West Exit #351 ,-lamk,-na,.n...... m Joseph's Classic Vehicle TOYOTA COROLLA '00 CHEVY TAHOE. 97 Xa. PC ON ATLANTIC 2525 Philips Hwy, 396-54H8
he e5rag, .n, h ng StN&LbCF331BD$R9.8 -DR. loaded new ires. 28 31arnMr,:C Aur 3542057 O TLNI
-r*OFtermarN&ur:L' 03M- l1003AtlanticBlvd 565-8800 CITY MITSUBISHI TOM BUSH VW
www.RIversRV..o. 9510,:.oi912e..-t9064 ,6 TOYOTA COROLLA'92 ," ;.."., .-a9,. COGGIN HONDA at the AVENUES 9850OAtlantic Blvd. 725-0911
800-253-0224 MUSTANG 196,n2,006CVL ..,..l:'.... _. ',g.Irl gd needs m,nc.r boa COGGIN CHEV-AVENUES OF ST. AUGUSTINE 10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
(904) 783-0313 AT AC Silder SxiC ;ha.h, ,T, s33rC G1800,733068IC7
S 631 -6, 5 & L U, .... T O O T A O R O LLA g 4 r1 ,CH EAH O EJ t ,iS H A 260-7777 2898 U .S H w y.1 S. 1.800:456-1689 w w w .cityautomc t 0 'S T E E N V O L V O

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Allthe toys .ViiIL Ji i U 9201 Atlantic Blvd 724-2310 rflMl'l~ n lrrii
1300 Motorccle h16.99 777-5600 CHRYSLER JEEP SUPERSTORE
0UZe ulGSXu ra Park 1736 Cssat Ave 389-7792 ATLANTICJEEP Green Cove Springs 021515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
1000 very cle an fuhi TQ"f ATLANTIC2JEEP Green C s64-4
S et'SYN o --2 helmets GARBER CHRYSLER 2330 US 1 South 354-4421 Tom Bush Autoplex
call 881-6380 7S"95 98 Ford Explorer XLT Groen Cove Springs .6 .416 CARUSO JEEP NIMNICHT PONTIAC 9875Alant,,:Bl a 'j; 1-487i
H.D. -'03. V-Rod, 2k min.l oaded to h Top. 4A4, Auto atic3918PeepldhIt. CARUSONE PHT 9733-1e11
Custom Paint, Chrome BMW 5281 '00 RICKKEFFER 1750 Sourdsae Biva 725-7?M 3919Pph ipw616 COGGIN USED CAR
Whis, loweritorks. 10ner silver. sports Book Value ......$'50 Cherokee Inited UPERCENTER
windshId, E ag le alloy whls. 61km ,gar V-8, 4,., .FFRANK GRIFFIN 1SUPERCENTER
exhaust, stage 1 kept. BMWServiced 1.800-.228.74154850AaicBwa854
unp gersade, $25,000 only. Mint cond. $23.500 Power Everthing Jeep of Orange Park85 AC Bd 2499
e ose for 703-2054/223-720h Jeep f Orange Park BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC. ATn O
$20,900. 904-9401822 Book Value........ $9,000 1515 Wells Rd 26-1033 V.I.R AUTO SALES
or 954-608-2196 BMW Z3 -'97B showrooms$ 10100 Atlanic Bil0 725-9155
'95 Blue $11.$00 obo-SHAD
"all Joe 904-982-1724 BUICK CENTURY '02 -%D FInuFce 2330 US1 500 354-4421 CHRYS-JEEP ON CASSAT -* I WARREN MOTORS, INC.
St#F650 $9988 "'K D o %%n .-N o In terestATa k e s I2 EsA.'. 'I
4. HARLEY SOFTAIL TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 K Do No Ierest JACK CARUSO 1736 Cassat Ave 38-7792 233 EastSI S 356841
extras,needs some Buick Century 01 Lirn 30 cars in stock REGENCY DODGE RICK KEFFER
tic, must sell now, ited, perfect cond all6 0)50 RE E9 51 Frri895sN Ra lrN d
$7,000 obo, AL, pone leaer se ats 0 KaSep 9 AlarlC Bld 6 0 1 Lo Fln 33943
912-510-7104 56K mi. 6BiOO _10426 0 Oac rand0% 1m1-800-228-7454 Lcr,gw.W,0rl.407-K9`.J3
-SPORSTER '05, $350080 Nis- a Stanza 01 Mazda Protege
E 00 OBO CaILl F91 010 ra 96 ade Interest Green COve Springs 2642416 -- TRUCK DEPOT SUPERSTORE
ooxtras$11,995 a99FordR0ger Quad-Cab
904.652-4205Cv L CALLACDEVILLE 98 0 Ford Ranger Quad-Cab w/ down payment ORANGE PARK DODGE COGGIN KIA NIMNICHT SAAB WRanr, s OS
HD 8 8 3 R 02, Hac8ed. 58950 264 9436 7233Bndi B lvg Bd vd 7.5O0 9401 Atlant.C Blvd 723-3210 WORLD IMPORTS
3,400mi, freat 8330 103rd St Jacksonville FL 79997B3ar, dng3B7iA Ja) ww770rtx m1Alnuld ior
Icondlton1, ..000 CADILLACSTS 92. runs 830 103rdSt.Jacksonvie.FL RICKKEFFER RAYCARTERKIA ww ouco
4 obo 904 982.1 '24 r (904) 778-2980 0, 1.9 ,, l129 F .e 1 C 228-7454 6373 BianrdnqJBlvd 71.61)78 9 wwnrrin lm om 1165') BEACH BLVD '1&8-9992
li700.00Ca 4Rt# 8$88,mles, Great cond. CHEVROLET AVEO _04__. III ili i
Ino.0 Qn-.982.1724 TOM BUsH AUTOPLFX 371.4877

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