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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 2005
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Help Sa e A LOfc
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River Fun
Mulberry Cove Marina Has Lots To Offer
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WWE Coming
MWR To Host Smackdown Events
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BASE Farewell to a friend

Head to the fair
The fifth annual Multi-
Cultural Awareness Fair is
Aug. 25 from 10 a.m., to 3
p.m. at the Bachelor Offi-
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-

Pentagon channel
now available
The Pentagon TV chan-
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.

Special Military
Gold Sportsman's
License available
From the USO
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is pro-
viding service men and
women a new way to
enjoy their favorite out-
doors activities.
The FWC is now offering
a special discounted Mili-
tary Gold Sportsman's Li-
cense to active duty and
retired military who are
stationed in Florida, or
have lived in the state for
six months and claim Flor-
ida as their primary resi-
dence. The reduced-fee
annual license ($20) offers
the same privileges as the
traditional Gold Sports-
man's License ($83.50). It
includes hunting, saltwater
fishing and freshwater
fishing licenses and wild-
life management area,
archery, muzzle loading
gun, turkey, Florida water-
fowl, snook and crawfish
The Military Gold Sports-
man's Licenses are only
available at tax collectors'
offices. Those wishing to
purchase one must show
their military ID cards plus
a Florida driver's license or
orders showing they are
stationed in Florida.
More information about
hunting and fishing in
Florida is available at

'First Blue' Capt.

Roy 'Butch' Voris

passes away at 86

By Ron Williamson
NAS Jax Historian
Retired Navy Capt. Roy "Butch"
Voris, 86, creator of the famed
Navy Blue Angels air demon-
stration team, World War II flying ace
in the Pacific theater and a closed
friend of mine, died Aug. 9 at his
home in Monterey, Calif.
The famed naval aviator and World
War II ace retired from the Navy in
1963 and immediately went to work
for Grumman in their new F-14
Tomcat program. After leaving
Grumman, he was hired by NASA as
a public affairs spokesman during the
Apollo moon shots.
During his naval career, Butch dis-
tinguished himself from others and
was awarded three Distinguished
Flying Crosses, 11 air medals, and
three Presidential Unit Citations.
Furthermore, he received a Purple
Heart for being shot through the
cockpit by a Japanese Zero as he
defended Guadalcanal.
I vividly recall asking him during
one of our conversations if he was
scared when he was shot at in the
Wildcat he was flying. He replied,
"Scared as hell! But then instincts

took over and I
was able to crash
land the plane
into the tops of
some palm trees.
I shot down
eight enemy air-
craft and was shot
down once. So
guess that gives
Lt. Cmdr. me a plus seven!"
Roy "Butch" Voris Over the years,
the friendship
grew and we conversed often. Because
of the gift of his friendship, I learned
about some of the more personal and
memorable moments he had, which I
would like to share with you.
From an early age, this Los Angeles
native, who was born on Sept. 17, 1919,
became enamored with airplanes.
However, Butch didn't think he would
have enough money to learn to fly.
After graduating from Salinas
Junior College, he considered a career
as a mortician until the day he was
walking around town, saw a recruit-
ing poster, and realized the U.S. Navy
might teach him to fly for free. He
See FAREWELL, Page 10
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson lays a wreath
in front of the station's main gate
Friday to honor retired Navy Capt.
Butch Voris. Voris, founder of the
Navy's Blue Angels Flight Demonstra-
tion Team in 1946, died peacefully in
his home Aug. 10 at the age of 86.

Photo ByJO1 Mike England

Sailor strikes out Suns

AMVETS National Service Officer David Sanders explains his program to
IT2(SW) Curtis Hathorn.

AMVETS office

opens at NAS Jax
By Miriam S. Gallet happy to be aboard NAS Jax."
Editor Accredited by the Denartment

For the past 60 years, the
American Veterans
(AMVETS), a veterans
service organization, has provid-
ed invaluable services to military
members and their families. Now,
NAS Jacksonville Sailors, who
are within six months of separa-
tion or retirement and their fami-
ly members, have direct access to
an AMVETS national service offi-
cer (NSO).
One nationally NSO staffs the
newly opened office located in
Building 1, Room 225. The office
is open Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday by appointment only.
"Even though the office is only
open three days a week, we are
excited to have an office here," said
David Sanders, AMVETS coun-
selor assigned to NAS Jax and NS
Mayport. "Our organization has
been operating out of NS Mayport
for quite sometime and we are

Photo by101 Mike England

Photo by 101 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Weapons Department Sailor TMSN Joseph Sexton fires a
strike across the home plate of The Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville;
home of the Jacksonville Suns. Sexton was chosen to throw out the first
pitch of the Suns' Aug. 11 game after being selected NAS Jax's Blue Jacket
of the Quarter earlier this month. "I was definitely nervous," Sexton said. "I
wanted to represent the Navy well and throw a strike." Also representing
the Navy was Navy Band Southeast, which entertained the crowd with
patriotic songs and the NAS Jacksonville Honor Support Team.

Maternal Infant Unit

opens at NH Jacksonville
By Loren Barnes primary contractor for the project,
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs was Vice President Greg Zechman.

of Veterans Affairs (VA), AMVET-S
counselors are trained in all
aspects of veterans' benefits.
"Because of the nature of our
service, we have to keep current
on the latest changes in VA regu-
lations, entitlements, policies and
procedures," Sanders said. "Our
training is very intensive and all
Sanders explained that when a
new client sees him for the first
time, the client will be required to
provide a copy of his or her health
record and if honorably dis-
charged, a copy of the DD-214.
"Once the person walks in my
office, I will start a file. As, the
case progresses and if there is
sufficient documentation to merit
filing, I will personally develop
and manage their claims package
to ensure it is properly prepared,"
Sanders stated. "Having a proper

See AMVETS, Page 11

Naval Hospital Jacksonville
celebrated the completion of
a new Maternal Infant Unit
(MIU) on Aug. 8 with a ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony.
Delivering remarks at the ceremo-
ny were former Hospital Com-mand-
ing Officer Capt. John Sentell,
Hospital Executive Officer Capt.
Elaine Wagner and Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville and
Engineering Field Activity Southeast
Commanding Officer Capt. Robert P.
Walden. Representing Sauer Inc., the
isa-sies-f-, '*'--;! ** "

While there are still some touch-
ups to be completed before the new
unit, located on the hospital's eighth
floor, actually admits patients (pro-
jected within a few weeks) everyone
involved seems pleased with the way
the new unit has come together.
"We now have a state-of-the-art
facility to please our most valuable
customers, our babies and our
moms," said Sentell. He noted that
this $3 million, 16,600 square-foot
project is just the first stage of a
See MATERNITY, Page 10

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2 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 18, 2005


PFA instruction changes

]on R. Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
By now you should
have all read Nav
Admin 180/05 that
highlights changes to our
Physical Readiness Pro-
gram. This message details
improvements that are
going to make our Navy
stronger in many ways.
The changes are aimed at
establishing a positive cul-
ture of fitness that man-
dates each and every one of
us maintain our physical
health and, in time, should
guide all of us into a
healthier lifestyle.
I have been a strong pro-
ponent of these changes for
years. I have talked to hun-
dreds of you about your
physical fitness concerns
and it seems the new
changes will help right our
For those of you who
engage in your own physi-
cal fitness plan and eat
healthy, the changes should
not affect you much.
However, for those of you
who have not made physi-
cal fitness a priority, this
message should serve as a
wake-up call.
Before anyone jumps to
the conclusion that the
intent of the new changes is
to punish Sailors who are

Jon R. Thompson
not in shape, let me stress
the real reason we are ush-
ering in the changes. Your
health is a readiness issue.
Yes, your appearance is
important and you need to
strive to look your best, but
when you are out of shape,
you are not able to serve
the Navy to your fullest
capability. Additionally, the
long-term health costs to
care for a Sailor who is out
of shape are far greater
than the costs of taking
care of a healthy Sailor.
Some of you may be ask-
ing why the Navy needs to
put so much emphasis on
physical fitness. The
answer is simple. As Chief
of Naval Operations Adm.
Mullen just relayed to all of
us, "The Navy is first and
foremost a fighting, sea-
going service."

make our Navy stronger
That short statement take someone with you.
says a lot in my opinion. When you read the new
Each of us needs to be NavAdmin you saw that
ready, at a moment's notice, the Navy is going to imple-
to step up and do what's ment some measures that
necessary. For some in our could affect your frocking,
ranks, that means deploy- advancement and perhaps
ing to combat zones and retention. Staring with the
working long hours in fall PFA, if you fail the test,
intense heat. your advancement recom-
For others, it means mendation will be removed.
deploying on ships and sub- I agree with that meas-
marines where maintaining ure. Think about it we
your physical fitness is a want Sailors to move up
challenge. My guess is that the ranks that meet or
if you are not in shape exceed all our standards,
when you deploy, you will professionally, personally
have an uphill battle trying and physically. It only
to improve during deploy- makes sense to me that we
ment. should not advance people
Shipmates, getting in who are outside the stan-
shape and staying in shape dard.
is not only a Navy leader- Some of the other
ship issue, it's a personal changes include providing
responsibility. If you are Sailors time during their
overweight, the person work week for physical fit-
most accountable is you. ness activities. Commands
The Navy is going to con- should also focus on help-
tinue to offer up opportuni- ing Sailors reduce body fat.
ties and equipment to help For those who are out of
you lose weight and get in standard, the Navy is now
shape, but ultimately it's going to track your
you who needs to commit to progress. Unless you show
the program. If you haven't a one percent decrease, per
figured it out yet, the Navy month, following a failed
takes your health seriously, body composition assess-
and so should you. ment, you will be processed
As each of us aspires to for administrative separa-
leadership, I challenge tion. Again, the goal here is
everyone to help those to afford every Sailor a
around you who may need chance. Whether or not you

some motivational help. If
you are going to the gym,



Destructive dogs, careless movers remind us it's just stuff

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Doggie boot camp has
failed my 3-month
old border collie,
Annie. She has DOR'd, if you
will, which is flight-school
speak for "Drop-on-Request."
'First, Annie likes to dig.
She's nearly dug a tunnel
beneath the sidewalk, and
I'm afraid soon she'll uproot
the tree I planted for the
boys last year.
Dustin's only concern?
That one day hell walk out-
side and Annie will have
eaten the car.
It seems Annie always
has a new surprise for us.
One day she's chewed two
inches off the rocking chair,
the next day she's bitten off
a chunk of the "Protected by
Brinks" sign in the front
yard. I never know what
awaits me. But that's part of
Annie's charm.
It reminds me of a story
my mom likes to tell. When
dad was just a lieutenant
junior grade in the Navy, he
built his own stereo system
from the ground up.
Over the years, as technol-
ogy advanced from radi-
ographs-I mean Eight-
Tracks-to CD players, he
added to the system, always

using the same company for
parts and equipment. As my
older brothers (Van and
Will) and I grew up, dad
went to that same company
for replacement pieces when
we broke something.
First, Van blew out the
speakers. Then Will broke
the amplifier. Then I got a
disc stuck in the CD player.
Each time, mom called the
stereo company to report
the problem and order dad's
One time the technician
said, "Mrs. Rutherford, I see
in your records that each of
your children has broken
your husband's stereo, with
not many years in between."
"That's true. Any sugges-
tions?" Mom asked.
"That you get rid of your
kids so you can enjoy the
stereo," the man said.
Funny? Yes. But then it
becomes a chicken-or-the-
egg scenario. Because what
enjoyment could dad have
gotten out of his perfectly
intact stereo without a
young daughter to dance
along on top of a cardboard
box, singing like Aretha
We all make sacrifices to
our material things for the
people and animals we love.
This shouldn't be a difficult

concept for Dustin to under-
stand. I mean, he did marry
me, after all, and by our
first anniversary I had
moved every piece of his
"bachelor furniture" to the
garage. It was only the first
step to eventually moving
everything to the curb with-
out Dustin noticing or car-
But back to Annie-dear,
sweet, unpredictable Annie.
With each inch chewed off
the wooden rocker, I knew
Dustin was giving her a
deadline to shape up or ship
out. So I went to the book-
store and purchased a guide
called "Outwitting Dogs" by
Terry Ryan. Could there be
anything more humiliating?
Never mind trying to train
my dog, or even trying to
manage her. No, I have to
outwit Annie.
Yet, by the time I got to
chapter five-the one about
chewing-a subtitle struck
me so that I had to clip it,
highlight it, and post it on
the bathroom mirror for
Dustin to read: "Last but
not least: It's just stuff."
It's just stuff.
In all Dustin's panic over
Annie's destructive tenden-
cies, he seems to have for-
gotten about how Owen
once decorated our laptop

with a permanent marker.
He's forgotten the time Ford
dumped bubble bath on the
living room floor, and that
the "Hot or Cold" button on
our washing machine fell off
during a military move.
He's forgotten these
things, because like my dad,
he only remembers the little
girl dancing on a cardboard
box, not the broken stereo.
(You have forgotten about
the broken stereo, right
So what I'd like to remind
Dustin is this: Each time
the movers pack up our
belongings and drive away
with them, not to be seen
again until our next duty
station (if at all), we have
always reassured ourselves
by saying, "Everything that
really matters-our chil-
dren-is here in this car."
And now, Dustin, I have
Annie-my furry, four-
legged, naughty little child
who'd like to eat your car-
to add to that list. Look into
her wet brown eyes, or
watch the way she digs at
the grass with such fervor
and spunk, and I think
you'll agree she's one-of-a-
kind... but totally worth it.
Sarah Smiley can be reached
for comments at

........ .I1.


Hey, MoneyMan:
I recently went on leave
and when my car broke
down I had to make some
phone calls to get it fixed. I
also needed to call a tow
truck and I made one call
home to let my family know
I would be late.
Since I did not have a
phone card, I charged these
calls to my home phone. I
made seven calls and
talked for about five min-
utes on each call. When I
got my phone bill, I was
shocked that I had been
charged $165 for these
calls. That comes out to
over $5 per minute.
I called my phone compa-
ny and they said the bill
was correct. I feel I have
been ripped-off! Is there
anything I can do?
MoneyMan Sez:
I agree that $165 for
seven short phone calls is
outrageous. Who is your
phone company? Were
there extra fees charged to
your bill?
When you contacted your
phone company, did they
explain why the bill was so

high? I recommend you
contact your phone compa-
ny again and get them to
explain, in writing, why you
are paying so much per
In the meantime get a
phone card and carry it
with you in case you have a
need to make phone calls
while away from home.
Depending on your circum-
stances, you may be able to
get a free phone card from
your Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society office.
They can be reached at 542-
I also recommend you
report this incident to the
Federal Communications
Commission. For informa-
tion about charges on your
phone bill, contact the
FCC's Consumer Center at
1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-
225-5322) voice, 1-888-
TELL-FCC (1-888-835-
5322) TTY, or visit the
Consumer & Governmental
Affairs Bureau Web site at

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
11 a.m. Protestant
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD.is 10:45 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.


Job title/command:
S 4 ) NAS Jax

SHometown: San Diego

Family Life: Married with one son.

Past Duty Stations: USS John Hancock,
NAVACTS Guam, HSL-43, USS Samuel E.
Morison, USS Estocin, USS Mclnerney, NMCB-

Career Plans: To complete my 20 years in
the Navy.

Most Interesting Experience: Visiting
ports in Northern Europe.

Words of Wisdom: Treat others how you
would want others to treat you.

.mc.- N |m a
Job title/command:
.: Police Officer, Security

Hometown: Montgomery,

Family Life: Single with three dogs.

Past Duty Stations: NSB Kings Bay, Ga.,
NS Mayport

Career Plans: To become a lieutenant with
the Security Department.

Most Interesting Experience: When I
was the NSB Kings Bay, Ga. game warden
and discovered a person wanted for armed

Words of Wisdom: Don't do the crime if
you can't do the time.

Annual Ombudsman

Appreciation Luncheon

slated for Sept. 21

Trhe NAS Jax annual Ombudsman
Appreciation Luncheon is scheduled for
Sept. 21 at the NAS Jacksonville Officers'
Club at 11:30 a.m. This important event will rec-
ognize the many contributions that an ombuds-
man makes through out the year. Tickets are
available at NAS Jax FFSC, Building 554.
For further information, call Wilamina Nash at
542-2766, Ext. 127.

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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ax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 18, 2005 3

There are alternatives

to getting payday loans

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
In the mid 1990's, the
city of Jacksonville and
the state of Florida
passed a law limiting vehi-
cle title loan companies to
30 percent annual interest
rates. Immediately, most of
these companies moved to
other states.
Unfortunately, payday
lenders have now moved in
and are offering short-term
loans, which can exceed 400
percent interest rates.
Although the state of
Florida passed the Deferred
Presentment Act, which
regulates the payday loan
industry, interest rates are
still high because they are
not restricted by national
or state laws.
Now joining the battle is
Florida State Attorney
General Charlie Crist who
visited the NAS Jack-
sonville Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) last week to voice
his concern on how these
lenders tend to target mili-
tary personnel, causing
them financial distress.
"Members of the military

work hard and aren't
always paid the highest
wages. Sometimes it's diffi-
cult for them to make ends
meet. Sometimes they are
enticed by payday loan
operations to try to stay
current on their financial
obligations which is not the
best of ways to do so,"
remarked Crist, during a
news conference held in the
NMCRS conference room
on Aug. 10.
"Some of these loans are
at the highest percentage
rates you could ever imag-
ine. Usually they begin at
least at 100 percent and
can go as high as 400 per-
cent. Fortunately, there are
other avenues military fam-
ilies can take such as the
NMCRS and its military
counterparts. They offer
zero percent loans for
financial emergencies and
are a financial lifeline for
military families," he con-
"Payday lenders are bad
news. They target those
people who live paycheck to
paycheck and who are not
well informed about finan-
cial management. Florida's
law on payday lending

doesn't address the interest
rates, so these companies
work around it. We are try-
ing to get our legislatures
to fine tune the law and
address interest rates," said
NMCRC Director Dave
"We are also trying to
educate our military per-
sonnel and let them know
that you can get a zero per-
cent interest rate loan from
NMCRS providing it's a
legitimate need and not a
want. We also work closely
with VyStar Credit Union,
Navy Federal Credit Union
and other credit unions and
banks, sending them there
if we can't help them," con-
tinued Faraldo.
Payday lending compa-
nies work like this. A cus-
tomer enters the business
and is asked to write a
post-dated check. They are
then given cash to tide
them over until payday
when the company deposits
that check.
What the customer does-
n't realize is the extremely,
high interest rate and serv-
ice charges they are paying
for. The entire amount will
come out of their next pay-

Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society Director Dave Faraldo, addresses a question regarding
payday lenders during a press conference Aug. 10 as Florida State Rep. Terry Fields, left, Vice
Cmdr. 5th District Department of Florida Sean Compton, Florida Army National Guard Chief
of Staff Col. Jerry Vaughn, VyStar President Terry West and Florida Attorney General Charlie
Christ listen attentively.

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Florida Attorney General Charlie Christ speaks about joining
the fight against payday lenders who target military members
during a press conference at the NAS Jacksonville Navy and
Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Aug. 10. From left in
back, Florida State Rep. Terry Fields and Vice Cmdr. 5th
District Department of Florida Sean Compton.

check so then they have no
money to pay bills.
"This is where the
entrapment take place.
Once someone takes out
the initial loan at these
exorbitant interest rates
there is no way out of it.
These people have to con-
tinue taking out loans to
pay off their original loan.
This is what needs to be
stopped," explained Faral-
"These payday lenders or
predatory lenders entice
people to go in and sign
documents they generate
on the Internet. They make
it so customers get their
loans from out of state
sources so -they don't fall
under the restrictions of
Florida laws. They are
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to make noise and get the
veterans and the military
community riled up and
enthused about issues that
affect them. Our goal is to
get action and protect our
military members from
businesses that take
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study, many payday
lenders set up their busi-
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the University of Florida.
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Another goal of those
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they need help such as
NMCRS and credit unions.
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such as overdraft protec-
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never get out of.
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From NAS Jax
Public Affairs
NAS Jacksonville
will hold a POW/
MIA Recognition
Observanceat the All
Saints Chapel Sept. 16 at
10 a.m.
The event 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 setting
for the movie, "The Great
The observance will
include the POW Pledge of
Allegiance, led by. Retired
Navy Chief Carl "Ed"
Creamer, a former Japa-
nese POW. While a third
class petty officer during
World War II, his PBY was
shot down in the Bering
POW/MIA observances
are held nationally and
reaffirm a promise to fallen
comrades, "you are not for-
gotten." Military and civil-
ian employees are encour-
aged to attend.
The military attire for
participants is summer
whites, working uniform
for guests and appropriate
attire for civilians.

4 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 18, 2005

How you can he

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
According to a recent
news release by the
U.S. Department of
Health and Human Servi-
ces 26,984 Americans re-
ceived an organ transplant
last year. Although this
number has increased over
the years due to greater
public awareness and edu-
cation of this important
issue, approximately 17
people die each day waiting
for a transplant.
While donating an organ
is not a simple decision,
some people don't even hes-
itate to offer if they can
save a loved one. Others
choose to donate upon their
deaths. And, some choose to
donate because they they've
been matched in a database
and just care enough to
save someone's life.
An organ or tissue donor
can be any age as long as
they are physically able.
Children under 18 must
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have two kidneys but can
lead healthy lives with one.
All organs donated are
matched to a recipient by
blood and tissue typing,
organ size, medical urgency,
waiting time and geograph-
ic location. There is no cost
to the donor and it is illegal
to sell organs.
While most healthy peo-
ple with healthy families
wouldn't think twice about
donating bone marrow or
an organ, especially while
living, you never know
when that one person will
enter your life that could
change your entire outlook
on life. Several years ago,

when I was still on active
duty, I signed up during a
bone marrow registry drive
on base. I really never
thought about it again until
a call came one day letting
me know I was a probable
match for someone and
would I be interested in
helping. Unfortunately, I
was four months pregnant
and couldn't. I was told I
would be contacted later on
if I was still needed. The
call never came and I often
wondered if that person
A few weeks ago, I met
someone who has touched
my life so deeply, I feel com-
pelled to tell her story and


save a life

hopefully find someone who
can help her. Her name is
Lisa (for her privacy, she
prefers her last name not
be used). She is 37 years
old, a NAS Jax employee,
the wife of a Navy chief sta-
tioned at NS Mayport and
the mother of a 14-year-old
daughter and 11-year-old
adopted son who has
autism. She is one of the
most positive, caring people
I have ever met.
Lisa was born with one
kidney. Although many peo-
ple can live with one kid-
ney, over the years, hers
eventually gave out and she
spent many years on dialy-
sis. "I continued to work
full time in my home. My
guest room became my hos-
pital room where I did my
diAlysis every day," she
Unfortunately other
organs soon began failing
including her liver, pan-
creas and right lung.
Over the years, Lisa has
undergone a liver, pancreas
and kidney transplant. She
has also had her lung,
appendix, gallbladder and
uterus removed. "My doc-
tors and nurses call me the

bionic woman. They just
keep piecing me back
together," she said enthusi-
astically. "What's really
amazing is that I lost 68
pounds after the trans-
plants because it was all
water weight," explained
Lisa, who now wears a size
While this may seem
incredible there is much
more to the story. Because
she couldn't have any more
children after her daughter
was born, the family decid-
ed to adopt their son. When
he was 10 years old, his
birth mother had twins
who needed a bone marrow
transplant to help them
survive. He was a match.
"When I got the call, I knew
we had to do something.
How could I say no, after all
I have been through. So, we
did the transplant and the
twins are healthy today,"
said Lisa.
Unfortunately, this is not
the end of Lisa's story. Two
weeks ago, her doctors
learned her anti-rejection
medicine is no longer work-
ing and the new kidney is
failing. She has since been
placed back on the trans-

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medications to stop the
rejection process. The doc-
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her sister who is mid-way
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can't donate.
Her doctors are currently
in contact with the Florida
Georgia Blood Alliance to
see if any A- donors are
willing to help and she is
listed in the national data-
base, but time continues on.
Unfortunately, my blood
type doesn't match, but I
hope someone may read
this who does match and
will find it in their heart to
help save a wonderful
human being.
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By Lt. j. g. Wes Battle
he "Scouts" of VS-24
recently completed
workups aboard USS
Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-
71) and are preparing to
deploy overseas in Septem-
ber. The ships and aircraft
of the Theodore Roosevelt
Carrier Strike Group
(TRCSG) completed the final
pieces of the Inter-Deploy-
ment Readiness Cycle: Com-
posite Training Unit Exer-
cise (COMPTUEX) and
Joint Task Force Exercise
After the successful com-
pletion of COMPTUEX, the
TRCSG is now surge-ready
and available to deploy.
With Commander, Strike
Force Training, Atlantic
evaluating, the Scouts
played an integral role in
achieving USS Theodore
Roosevelt's Blue Water
As Carrier Air Wing
Eight (CVW-8)'s only organ-
ic tanker, VS-24 provided
mission and recovery fuel
for strike aircraft. During
surface search and control
missions, the Scouts.
ensured the surveillance
area around the carrier
battle group was clear of
exercise opposing forces,
identifying and engaging
all "orange" surface units in
the vicinity of the carrier
battle group.
With minimal "no-fly"
days at sea, the Scouts
worked many long days and
nights to ensure the Strike
Group's success. Cmdr.
Daniel Grieco, VS-24 com-
manding officer, said, "It
has been with a great sense
of pride I have watched
every Scout giving 110 per-
cent to the team. Their
dedication and superb
efforts to maintaining,
launching and flying these
magnificent aircraft have
been critical to the success
of the Scouts and the
Theodore Roosevelt Strike
COMPTUEX brought all
units of the strike group
together to forge them into
a cohesive fighting team
and as such, is a critical
step in any pre-deployment
training cycle. Successful
completion of COMPTUEX
certifies the strike group
and its embarked air wing
as qualified for open ocean
operations. COMPTUEX
includes comprehensive
and complex strike group
training events, naval sur-
face fire support training,
unit coordination training
and air-to-ground bombing
JTFEX is a final battle
problem or "war game"
where a conflict between
notional countries is the
focus point for the TRCSG
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of Vietnam Wall replica
By Staff
he traveling replica will visit Jacksonville Sept. 2-
5 and the community is encouraged to take an
active role in planning for the three-day exhibi-
Volunteers are needed in areas ranging from name
readers to hospitality. In addition, they are seeking
motorcycle groups to help escort the wall to Chapel Hills
Memory Gardens. Motorcycles will meet the tractor
trailer carrying the exhibit Aug.30 at 1-10 and Chafee
"We are counting on the support of the community to
make this event truly great," said venue leader Travis
Rigdon of Chapel Hills Memory Gardens. "Volunteering
should be a lot of fun and a great way to interact with
others in the community."
School essay contest announced
Additionally, the host groups are sponsoring an essay
contest open to all elementary, middle and high school
students in Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties.
The topic is: the yellow ribbon has become a symbol of
support for our service men and women. What does this
symbol mean to you?
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receive a savings bond and will be invited to lead the
Pledge of Allegiance at the Dignity Memorial Vietnam
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Entries should be 200 words or fewer and postmarked
no later than Aug. 19. For more information-and com-
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forces to integrate all
assets to accomplish mis-
sions in a multi-threat,
multi-dimensional environ-
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base is evacuated.
Volunteers will be re-
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hour training session pro-
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class is free and includes all

As a volunteer in a shel-
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including food. A police offi-
cer and nurse or emergency
medical technician will also
be assigned to the shelter
to help with emergencies.
For more information or
to volunteer, call DCCS
(SW) Matthew Melott at
542-5595 or 542-2451, Ext.
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care items, lotions, cleansing wipes, toothpaste/brushes,
mouthwashes, etc.
The donated items will be provided to wounded troops
being treated at the National Naval Medical Center,
Bethesda, Md. A drop box for such items is located at the
Red Cross Information Desk at the Outpatient Clinic
entrance. Donations will be taken from 8 a.m. to noon,
Monday through Friday.
This is a separate collection from a similar project being
sponsored by the Hospital Director for Administration. The
director of administration's projects collects products for
wounded being treated by Naval Hospital Jacksonville
deployed medical personnel in Iraq. Drop boxes for that
effort are located in the hallway adjacent to the Galley and
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VP-5 'Mad Foxes' institute new program

By Lt. j.g. Karensa Hinote
Summer time is at its peak;
with homecoming and post-
deployment leave, VP-5 has
increased its focus on off-duty
safety. This time of year is full of
fun recreational activities; unfor-
tunately, along with these cele-
brations come associated risks
that include drinking and driv-
ing. To counter the dangers asso-
ciated with making poor decisions
when it comes to drinking, VP-5
has instituted a new program
into the workplace called
"Survive the Night".
The program was established to
improve the command's ability to
help prevent alcohol related inci-
dents and address today's cultur-

al ideals regarding drinking and
driving. There are already numer-
ous programs that exist to fight
the problem, however, VP-5 is
taking a new perspective. The
command has established a peer
group to discuss ways to avoid
drinking and driving. This pro-
gram, combined with the current
programs such as ADAMS,
Prevent, The Right Spirit, Club
2000, and Bottle to Grave, "pro-
vides our sailors with options and
alternatives", said one of the pro-
gram coordinators, AMCS Luis
The main concern for the
squadron is the safety of their
people as they go out and enjoy
themselves. With this focus, VP-5
instituted a panel of sailors to

meet every week and discuss the
different aspects of "surviving the
night". Each week there is a new
topic to help raise alcohol aware-
ness. At the end of every Friday,
the members of the group go out
and talk with the individuals in
their work centers about the spe-
cific discussion item for that
week. Some of the topics include
the cost associated with getting a
DUI, career consequences, plan-
ning ahead, fun events in town,
and even death of loved ones due
to drinking and driving accidents.
The command is concerned that
their personnel may drink and
wait to come up with a viable
option on how to get home until
after their judgment is already
impaired. Therefore, the focus of

"Survive the Night" is to get the
squadron members actively
thinking and planning how they
are going to get home before they
even leave to go out. Lt. Doug
Steil, a VP-5 navigator, sees the
program as "putting a name to
what already exists; thinking
your way through the evening
and looking out for your buddies."
The command recognizes that the
most effective way to build up
alcohol awareness is to provide
the sailors with ownership of the
program. One of the current
members of this peer group is
YN3 Jacob Wayerski, who has a
very strong opinion about the pro-
gram. He stated: "This program
is more beneficial to the reduction
in alcohol related incidences for it

is the first that has a heart at a
lower class level. Every other
program has been organized and
run by a chief or an officer. Here
we can reach every one from all
levels, reach it at the source,
express ourselves from shipmate
to shipmate, instead of command
to squadron."
Although the program has just
recently been implemented, its
positive efforts are already appar-
ent. VP-5 continues to improve
their standards and strives to
take care of their personnel, while
safeguarding the local communi-
ty. With this new program in
place, the command's aim is to
see the number of driving inci-
dents decrease, and make the
roads a safer place.

Overcoming the 'what-ifs' of life

By Chaplain (Lt.)
rroy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel
Quite a few years ago,
I heard of a walkway
collapsing in an ele-
gant structure located in
the Midwest. It should have
held, but for some unfore-
seen reason it did not hold
and collapsed. Recently, I
visited the St Augustine
Lighthouse. Here is the
problem, before I climbed
the lighthouse, I got an
information brochure that
stated the lighthouse is
over 120 years old.
The information pam-
phlet also stated that over
the years, money has been
collected for restoration to
the lighthouse. Let me
share with you how my
mind started to work as I
looked at a structure with
120-year-old bricks and a
restoration company who
had to be the low bidder on
the repair work. As I stared
at the circular metal stair-
case that goes 163 feet, over
200 steps to the top, r was
focused on the reality that
the bolts holding up the
staircase are embedded in

and vigor. Franklin Delano
Roosevelt said it best; "Let
me assert my firm belief
that the only thing we have
to fear is fear itself..."
The next time you face
one of those moments that
brings up the repetitious
"what if" questions, take a
deep breath and reframe
your fearful thinking into
positive thinking. When we
use positive thinking it
allows a view of life that
reveals the reality of things
going on that are both safe
and sound. Remember
this scripture when the
"what ifs" start playing in
your mind: "For God hath
not given us the spirit of
fear; but of power, and of
love, and of a sound mind"
(2Timothy 1:7). May God
grant you strength to grow
past those."what if" stages
of life so that you can
appreciate the wondrous
beauty of God's creation all
around you.
Always Remember:
"Never deprive someone of
hope; it might be all they
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd
bricks that are 120-years-
At any minute, the metal
staircase could make that
screeching, moaning sound
and collapse in a heap of
rubble. I could make the 6
p.m. news for all the wrong
reasons. As my eyes were
fixated on the circular
staircase, my wife laughed
at my facial expressions. I
was engrossed with the
idea that I didn't like going
up this staircase because I
kept thinking, "What if,
what if, and what if."
By faith I make it almost
to the top when down the
steps comes a man who had
to weigh over 300 lbs. That
man could have easily
turned around; he was only
five steps from the top.

There is one thing that I
knew at this precise
moment. I was not going
back down. I had a death
grip on the handrail. Five
mere steps and I would be on
a solid platform once again.
That huge specimen of a
man tried to be nice as he
squeezed ever so slowly on
by. I kept thinking one'
thing, "Man you need to
hurry up and move. At any
minute you are going to
pull those bolts out of the
120 year old brick and this
thing is going to fall. Move
man, move, move!"
When I finally made it to
the top, I was exasperated
from the beautiful view.
The view from the top level
of the lighthouse was fan-
tastic coupled with a cool-
ing gentle breeze and excel-
lent weather. I would have
never personally known the
view if I remained in my
pessimistic state of think-
ing at the bottom of the

A "Life Lessons Learned"
can be applied to the light-
house. I have learned that
sometimes people worry too
much about the "what ifs"
of life and lose sight of the
beauty of the moment.
When I was at the light-
house, I had to make a
choice. One option would
have been to worry about
the staircase structure and
never reach the first step. A
second option could have
been to see how other peo-
ple were traveling safely up
and down the spiral stair-
case. This type of positive
thinking could serve as a
catalyst to move past the
"what ifs" onto advancing
my steps to move gently up
the staircase.
When we step out and
face our fears in life, we are
able to grow past the
moment. Confronting our
fears allows us to move for-
ward with new strength


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Crenshaw announces

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By Staff
Congressman Ander Crenshaw today
announced that he will recognize
the contributions of all World War II
veterans by presenting them with certifi-
cates of Special Congressional Recognition
to commemorate the 60th anniversary of
the end of World War II during a fall cere-
mony. As part of this effort, Congressman
Crenshaw is calling on all World War II
veterans who served on active duty in
World War II at any time between Dec. 7,
1941 and Dec. 31, 1946 and reside within
the Fourth Congressional District of
Florida to contact his office or go to his
website in order to obtain an application.
President George Bush said victory by
the United States and Allied Forces during
World War II liberated millions from
oppression and tyranny. Labeled the
Greatest Generation, these veterans
answered the Nation's call to serve and
possibly die for a cause that they and their
countrymen and women believed in free-
dom and democracy. More than 16 million
Americans served during World War II and
over 400,000 paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Back home, millions more supported the
war effort.
The criteria for receiving this certificate
mirror those used by the 79th Congress
when it authorized the World War II
Victory Medal on July 6, 1945. The opening
date is the attack on Pearl Harbor and the
closing date is the end of hostilities as pro-
claimed by President Harry Truman.
Congressman Crenshaw will host a cere-
mony in the fall to award these certifi-
To determine eligibility for the certifi-
cate, veterans must complete an applica-
tion and submit a copy of their service dis-
charge document. Veterans must be a cur-
rent resident of the fourth Congressional
District of Florida to participate in this
The deadline for submitting applications
for this year's ceremony is Sept. 30.
Applications can be obtained at www.cren-
For more information, call 598-0481, or
(386) 365-3316. Completed applications
and documentation should be mailed to:
1061 Riverside Avenue, Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL 32204.

College scholarships available for service members

From the Navy
College Office
he Council of College
and Military Educa-
tors (CCME) is offer-
ing scholarships to service
members working towards
the completion of higher
education degrees.
All service members
working on associates,
bachelors or masters
degrees are eligible to
apply. Each award is in the
amount of $500 and may be
used for tuition, fees, books
and other expenses encoun-
tered by the student pursu-
ing educational goals.

"Our military students at
NAS Jax and NS Mayport
have been successful the
past few years in receiving
scholarships. The odds
favor us to continue this
trend," said Paula Carpen-
ter, Florida Community
College at Jacksonville's
(FCCJ) director of Program
Development and CCME's
All applicants must com-
plete the CCME scholar-
ship application and an
essay on your experience
while pursuing a degree
while serving in the mili-
tary. Applications must be
received by Sept. 30.

Recipients will be notified
in February 2006. To apply
online, visit: http://www.
For more information on
this scholarship or any
FCCJ program or field of
study, call Bob or Opral at
771-3979 or stop by the
NAS Jax FCCJ office locat-
ed within the Navy College
Office in Building 110.

If there were an award for being the
perfect Sailor, it would probably go to
someone like Lt. Cmdr Kathy
Kerrigan. "She is awesome," said co-work-
er PN1(SW/AW) Fields. "I couldn't keep up
with her."
As officer in charge of PSD Jacksonville,
Kerrigan manages a staff of 150 people,
and oversees the activities of three satel-
lite commands (CSD Guantanamo Bay,
CSD Tampa and the Travel Processing
Center). As if catering to the thousands of
customers who walk through those double
doors every week is not exhausting
enough, 34-year-old Kerrigan is also a
member of the Navy Triathlon Team, and
maintains a demanding training schedule
that includes swimming three times, run-
ning five times and biking four to five
times a week.
How does she do it? "Not easily,"
Kerrigan laughed. "Working out is kind of
a stress release for me. That's what I enjoy
doing. That's my passion. I believe you
need to stay healthy, because if you don't
have your health, you don't have any-
Kerrigan started out as a cyclist in high
school, and was recruited for running in
college. She ran her first triathlon in 1995.
She has competed in three world races and
the Military World Races in Croatia in
1999. Her last event was the 12th annual
World Race in California last June.
Kerrigan said participating in the Hawaii
Iron Man as one of her goals. "That's like
the World Series of baseball," she said.
"That's what everybody prepares for."
When asked what it takes to be a suc-
cessful tri-athlete, she responded, "A lot of
time." She said being an athlete involves
discipline and the right mental attitude,
but the payoff is worth it. "Probably the
biggest thing is the friendships you form
with all the athletes you run into, because
it is a demanding sport and you form
friendships with folks who kind of so the
same thing or have the same lifestyle."
One of the friendships she has formed is
with a 71-year-old Jacksonville woman
named Dottie Dorion who learned how to
swim when she was 42, and could only run
once around a city block when she first
started. Now Dorion has several Hawaii
Iron Man races under her belt and the
admiration and respect of many athletes
in the area.
I Kerrigan recently invited Dorion to
speak to her staff about physical fitness.
Dorion recommended a healthy diet, not
smoking and maintaining an exercise rou-
tine as the key to her longevity and sense
of worth.
"Most of the folks that work for me here
are under the age of 25 and they're not in
the shape they should be," Kerrigan said.
She consistently tries to encourage a more
active lifestyle for her Sailors.
Indeed, it is almost impossible to find a
command that would not support a Sailor
that aimed for a higher standard of physi-
cal fitness. Starting Oct. 1, the Navy will
even give commanding officers the author-
ity to halt a Sailor's advancement if they
fail a physical readiness test. So barring
major medical conditions, a Sailor's stan-
dard of living is in their own hands. The
chain of command will gladly support

Photo courtesy of Lt. Cmdr. Kerrigan
Lt. Cmdr. Kathy Kerrigan runs in the 12th
annual World Race in California in June.
Kerrigan said her previous commands,
which include the Army Command and
Staff College at Fort Leavenworth and
Recruit Training Command Great Lakes
have been very supportive of her career,
and even had teams she could practice
with. She said her current supervisors
have been very accommodating when she
needed time off to travel to the CISM
World Military Triathlon in Pt. Mugu, Cal.
"PNCS Brown, the senior enlisted advi-
sor and PNCS Cress, the leading chief
petty officer, and all the outstanding
employees at PSD Jax, TPC, CSD Gitmo,
CSD Tampa, and CSD Cape Canaveral
have afforded me the opportunity to par-
ticipate in the World Military Triathlon
Championship," Kerrigan said. "Without
these great, hard working folks, I would
not be able to do what I do. It is their hard
work that inspires me every day."
Her staff also does not feel short-
changed when it comes to her attention.
She runs most PRTs, so she is very visible
to the junior members of her command.
And she maintains an open-door policy.
"She is a really sincere leader that cares
about her people," said Fields.
Kerrigan advised for anyone considering
a higher level of conditioning is to start
slow and maintain a balanced diet. "It's
not only the training part of it. The nutri-
tion is a big part of it too," she said. She
suggested that a Sailor have enough calo-
ries in his or her diet to handle the
increased level of activity and that they
get into the habit of being hydrated. It is
all worth the effort, Kerrigan said. "Just
feeling good about yourself [is worth it],"
she said. "Life is too short and you have to
take care of yourself."

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Minutes from Orange Park Mall, restaurants,
hospitals, Naval Air Stationlbe Jacksonville Landing




8 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 18, 2005

A marina customer backs his boat into the water in preparation for a day out on the river.

NAS jax Morale, Welfare and Recreation Employee Randall
Koonce checks the instruments on his bass boat before head-
ing out for a day of fishing.

George Aiston, a retired Navy chief, unfurls one of the sails
on his sailboat before heading out on a cruise of the St. Johns


Cove Marina

has lots

to offer

By J01 Mike England
Assistant Editor
t's common for some Sailors to overlook some of the ben-
efits for being on active duty. However, there is one ben-
efit many NAS Jax Sailors don't know about the
Mulberry Cove Marina.
The marina, located at the south end of Ranger Street,
along the banks of the beautiful St. Johns River is a place
where Sailors can learn to sail, canoe and fish. It offers a
wide array of rental equipment including kayaks, canoes,
Flying Junior and Flying Scot sailboats, and 14-foot Lasers.
Powerboats include bass boats with trolling motors and
fish-finders, pontoon boats, Boston Whalers, Deckboats, jet
skis, and 14-foot stump knockers. All you need to rent a
powerboat is a Florida Safe Boater card, available free of
charge at www.boatus.org. Reservations for powerboats
must be made in person with a $25 deposit.
"Our boat rentals are, on average, 68 percent less than at
the marinas outside the gate," said Mulberry .Cove Marina
Manager Phil Collins.
The Ship's Store on the waterfront carries bait, ice, sand-
wiches, a variety of drinks, fishing licenses, fishing tackle,
sunglasses, T-shirts, outdoor recreation knives, basic boat
parts and various sundries to meet your boating needs. The
store also has unleaded mid-grade gasoline pier-side and a
free boat ramp.
"Our store has everything a sportsman could need," said
Collins. "All you have to do is show up, we'll do the rest."
For boat owners they have slips, 'moorings and dry stor-
age available on daily, monthly and yearly rental basis. At
the slips, fresh water and 30-amp station power are avail-
able. Live-aboards are permitted only on a temporary basis.

"A lot of new boat owners out there might not realize that
we offer boat storage, wetslips and mooring dry storage for
about 40 percent less than off-base marinas," Collins stat-
Sailing instruction classes and safe boating courses are
also available in partnership with the Navy Jacksonville
Yacht Club.
"We offer classes for just about anything you would want
to learn about involving the water," Collins said.
Tents, sleeping pads, cots, camp stoves, lanterns, large
grills, coolers, turkey fryers, and much more are also avail-
able to be rented.
Mulberry Cove Marina also provides many free services
to different organizations on and off base such as the
Chiefs Mess, NJROTC and the Naval Sea Cadets.

"We feel that it's important to lend our support to organi-
zations that have a positive impact on the base and
Jacksonville community," Collins stated.
Even with the low prices and the give a ways, the mari-
na's employees feel that none of it would matter without
great customer service.
"It really comes down to the overall experience the cus-
tomer has," said Mulberry Cove Marina Employee Josie
Hodge. "Low prices are nice and all, but the customer isn't
going to come back if they're not happy with the service
they received."
The marina is open to all active duty, reservists and
retired military as well as Department of Defense civilians.
To request prices or a full informational brochure, e-mail
philip.s.collins@navy.mil or call 542-3260.

Lt. David Jackson of Naval Hospital Jacksonville lowers his boat into the water from the boat ramp.

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Retired Navy Chief Allen Black sprays down the deck of his motor yacht after a long day of sailing.

JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 18, 2005

Photo by JO2(AW) Cassandra Thompson
Children enrolled at the NAS Jacksonville's Youth Center Summer Camp In July enjoy a day of canoeing at the Mulberry Cove
Marina. Front to back are Michelle Garrett, Kaitlyn Rose, Matthew Breen, Erika Bryan, Kiera Brown and Petronia Hall.


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Josie Hodge and Myron Baker, Mulberry Cove Marina employees, lower a pontoon boat into
the water.





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Eric Hageman, a Mulberry Cove Marina employee, pulls one of the marina's boats to the pier
to prepare it for rental.

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Jasmine Brownfield, an employee at Mulberry Cove Marina,
goes over the paperwork for boat rental with Lt. Rob
Wilkerson of VP-5.





James Street of Commander, Navy Region Southeast listens to
Mulberry Cove Marina employee Myron Baker (right) as he
goes over the pre-rental checklist.

Keeping safety first, Mulberry Cove Marina employee Josie
Hodge ensures a pontoon boat is correctly tied to the pier.

Mulberry Cove Marina employee Myron Baker teaches co-
worker Josie Hodge how to operate a pontoon boat.


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FAREWELL: Capt. Butch Voris leaves ama2

i-rom rage I
immediately enlisted in the Navy
,and was sent to flight training.
Butch was now living his dream.
On Dec. 7, 1941, when the
Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor,
Butch found himself finishing
,flight training and ultimately get-
ting his chance at combat and into
the history books.
In 1943, he briefly passed
through NAS Jacksonville for the
first time while awaiting assign-
ment. Butch flew with VF-10 "The
Grim Reapers" when the war in
;the Pacific looked the bleakest.
Later, as the carriers began to
.take back the Pacific, he was
transferred to VF-2, "The Rippers."
, Butch's reputation as a flying
ace rapidly grew. The Navy top
brass became aware of this young
,fighter pilot's agility. He was one
of the first Navy night fighter
pilots, flying with the famed Eddie
When war ended, Butch
returned to NAS Jacksonville and
joined the Naval Air Advanced
-Training Command. Soon after
arriving, he was chosen to lead the
newly established Navy Flight
Demonstration Team from his
-office in Hangar 115. The rest, as
they say, is history! Because of
Butch Voris, the legendary Blue
*Angels fly on.
I really got to know Butch in
1996, after tracking down his
home phone number in prepara-
tion for the station air show in
October. I dialed the number and
-asked "Butch Voris?" "Yep," the
-voice at the other end replied. I
'immediately said, "this is Ron
Williamson, from NAS
Jacksonville and I would like to
-extend to you a personal invitation
to be our special VIP guest at our
.50th Anniversary Celebration of
the Blue Angels Air Show."
:- After a short pause, he respond-
dd "I have not heard from you
-guys since I left the station in
1946. What took you so long?" I

Retired Navy Capt. Butch Voris signs a poster for
during the 1996 NAS Jax Air Show.
was stunned, but delighted that he Angel flight
would be willing to travel from his stitched on t]
home in Monterey, Calif. to NAS They their
Jax for the commemoration. would ride
Without any hesitation, I they perform
answered by saying, "well, we have Sunday aft
just been kind of busy around here beside him
since you left!" I got a strong agreeing to g
chuckle from that and I knew we The only :
were on our way to becoming for the Blue
friends. to approve ]
After hanging up, I started team left to
thinking of the station big 20th pleted practi
and 25th anniversary celebrations remained t.
and several air shows in the Whitmire, IN
1960's and 1970's. All of those air officer.
shows had the Blue Angels as A car dro
headliners! However, no one had Angels flight
ever contacted "First Blue" in 49 asked Butc]
years. him. They v
Butch arrived for the 1996 NAS Blue Angel I
Jax Air Show and was a huge hit. had a brief cc
It was during this show I got the Butch their
opportunity to really get to know to where I v
him and his wife, Thea. the team, bi
The Blue Angels did their prac- do any mane
tice show Oct. 2, 1996. After their ical condition
landing, the team leader, Capt. can not fly
Greg Wooldridge, followed by the their maneu
rest of the team, walked over to I didn't form
Butch on the ramp and presented for a ride."
him with a personalized Blue We invited

Photo by Ron Williamson
an aviation enthusiast

suit with "First Blue"
he front.
n asked Butch if he
with the team when
armed their show on
ernoon. Butch was
self with emotion,
go instantly.
remaining issue was
Angels flight surgeon
his flight. When the
debrief their just com-
.ce flight, Butch and I
walking to Capt. Bob
[AS Jax commanding

ve up and the Blue
t surgeon got out and
h if he could talk to
walked over to where
Hornet No. 1 was and
a slowly walked back
was. He could fly with
ut the team could not
ruvers due to his med-
i. Butch told him "If I
with the team doing
vers, then I won't fly.
i this team just to go

d Butch back to NAS

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MATERNITY: New unit opens at Navy Hospital Jacksonville

From Page 1

series of facility improve-
*.ments planned for the hos-
pital. Future plans include
renovations of the hospi-
tal's sixth and seventh floor
inpatient wards as well as
an addition to the North
side of the hospital's main
Wagner said the MIU
-renovations play an impor-
'tant role in delivering a
favorable first impression
ato beneficiaries, especially
active duty service mem-
blers who may be using the
hospital for the first time
as new parents.
"For some this is the very
first introduction they get
to Navy Medicine," she
said. "We want it to be a
good one. We want them to.
perceive that they are
always going' to get good
quality care. When they see
a lovely decor and gorgeous
colors on the floor they per-
ceive quality in ways that
they don't when it doesn't
look this way. This is a
great way to get Navy
Medicine and our active
duty beneficiaries off to a
great start."
Walden agreed that this
is a great step forward.
"The Navy is changing,
Navy Medicine is changing,
the facilities world is
changing. This is all about
change and this is a change
for the best," he said.
Zechman attested to the
quality workmanship that
went into the project, which
involved completely gutting
the 8th floor, previously
used as administrative
offices, and rebuilding it.
Zeckman said he hoped
the hospital is pleased with
the results, noting that


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Photos by HM1 Michael Morgan
(Left to right) Sauer Inc. Vice President Greg Zechman, for-
mer Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt.
John Sentell and Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville and
Engineering Field Activity Southeast Commanding Officer
Capt. Robert Walden cut a ribbon officially marking the com-
pletion of Naval Hospital Jacksonville's new Maternal Infant
50,000 hours of labor went television that doesn't take
into the project, using local up room around their bed.
craftsmen, local subcontrac- And rooms are large
tors and minority subcon- enough for a sleeper sofa or
tractors. The entire project recliner for a family mem-
was completed without a ber to stay with the new
single accident he said. mom.
The result was a
sparkling new facility for f-
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health reasons, specially
outfitted rooms for larger
patients, a new nursery
near the nurse station as
well as new administrative,
conference and treatment
And the unit is equipped
with a computerized infant
security system wired
directly to the Officer of the
Deck and Security Office.
"All of this is brand new,
built to the latest stan-
dards," Forbes said.
The improved look, com-
fort and convenience of the
new spaces will compliment
the outstanding personalized
care that is the hallmark of
the hospital's MIU staff.
MIU Division Officer Lt.
Cmdr. Cynthia Fleming
said, "The Naval Hospital
Jacksonville MIU is here to
help you easily adjust to
your new family, be it your
first or fifth baby or any-
where in between. We are

sultants, licensed practical
nurses and hospital corps-
men all trained and eager
to help you adjust to your
growing family. We are
devoted to providing family
centered care during your
hospital stay."
Some of the specialized
services offered include
couplet care, lactation serv-
ices, hearing screening for
newborns and a newborn
comprehensive screen
designed to detect 60 differ-
ent disorders in your
To help ensure the family
gets off to a healthy start
the hospital offers educa-
tional classes for parents
covering all aspects of the
pregnancy, delivery and
post-delivery care for the
new family member.
New parents also receive
a special post-delivery din-
ner. And they are offered

the opportunity to partici-
pate in the "E-mail Baby"
program in which a hospi-
tal photographer will take
photos of the parents and
newborn and forward them
to a deployed family mem-
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anniversary in 2000. It was during
this time the NAS Jacksonville Air
Mobility Command (AMC)
Passenger Terminal was dedicated,
to him at a ceremony Nov. 2.
He returned again for the 2004
Air Show last October. (Just two
months ago he agreed to return in
2006 for the Blue Angels 60th
Anniversary show here.)
During his time on base in 2000,
Butch wanted to look at some of
the station's historical items we
had collected since 1946. As he sat
looking through files and pictures,
he suddenly stopped at one photo
and said, "Where did you get this?"
I asked, "What are you looking
at?" It was a photo mailed to me
by someone cleaning out things
that had noticed the picture had
NAS Jacksonville on the back.
They thought it would be nice to
add it to our historical collection.
All I knew was the photo
showed a crash on the NAS
Jacksonville runway in 1946. In a
quiet voice he told me that photo
was of the Blue Angels first open
house show at NAS Jacksonville.
Robbie Robinson was the Blue
Angel pilot killed in that crash,
and the first Blue Angel fatality.
He asked for that photo to
remain locked up and never to be
published. It has been in a secure
location ever since. That crash
and fatality remains the only time
the Blue Angels have not finished
a show. I was amazed with Butch's
agility and remembrance for
details and facts.
During last year's hurricanes, he
called to see how the station was
fairing. "I remember the hurricane
that was heading for the station in
1946," stated Butch. "I was
ordered to take all of the fighters
away from the station and go to
Beaufort, S.C. Well, the storm by-
passed Jacksonville and headed
right for Beaufort! The station
had no tie-down chains, so I had
the pilots dig holes and we pushed

ing legacy
the planes into the holes burying
the landing gear. As the winds
blew, no planes were moved or
"When we got back to NAS Jax.
I was called up to the admiral's
office and presented a commenda-
tion medal for that innovative
thinking. He then shut the door
and chewed my [rear] for the delay
in getting the fighters back way
behind schedule because it took so
much time to dig them back out,"
he continued.
I always tried to get Butch to
publish a book about his life. The
stories and history he was
involved in needed to be pub-
lished. In 2002, his son-in-law
finally hired a publisher who
spent over a year with Butch and
Thea, and everyone alive who
knew him and who could capture
his life. I contributed what I had
on the NAS Jax history piece.
Thea passed away in 2003 as
the book was in the final stages of
interviews and research. Butch
then threw himself into the final
stages of the project and the book
made its second debut at the NAS
Jax Air Show last October. He
was very pleased with the final
I last talked to Butch on Aug. 8,
the day before he died. I knew he
was not as chipper as normal, but
there was no indication he would
be gone 24 hours later.
With the passing of Butch, only
one member of the original team
now remains. Al Taddeo still
lives in California. And per tradi-
tion, a bottle of liquor was bought
by the original team members to
be opened and a toast made by
the final team member. Butch
had kept that bottle.
NAS Jacksonville has lost a
huge supporter and I, a dear
friend. "I tell everyone that no
one ever treated me better or put
on a better show that the folks at
NAS Jax," Butch once said.


JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, August 18, 2005 11

NH Jacksonville comptroller's team honored

From Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville's Comptroller De-
partment was recently
awarded the Navy Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery 2004
Resource Management Team
The award is presented annual-
ly to Navy Medicine resource
management teams and individu-
als who demonstrate outstanding
team achievement in utilization
of exceptional financial manage-
ment skills and sound business
Hospital Comptroller Lt. Cmdr.
David Breier said of his team's
accomplishment, "It's recognition
of what a good team we have here
and how hard they work to make
sure the hospital gets what it
takes to function."
He noted that although com-

Photo courtesy of Brenda Byrd
Members of Naval Hospital Jacksonville's award-winning Comptroller's
Resource Management team.

mand's can nominate individuals
for these awards he intentionally
put in for the team award.
"Everyone on the team had an
impact on our success from a

financial management stand-
point," he said.
The citation from Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery Deputy
Chief for Resource Manage-

ment/Comptroller John Cuddy,
particularly cited the NH
Jacksonville team for their out-
standing skill in successfully
managing the financial transition
and integration of Naval
Hospital, Roosevelt Roads and
Naval Dental Center Southeast to
Naval Hospital, Jacksonville.
"When Naval Hospital,
Roosevelt Roads closed and finan-
cial accounting responsibility was
transferred to you, you were able
to absorb increased workload
without an increase in staffing or
benefit of existing knowledge con-
cerning prior financial activity,"
Cuddy noted. "Your organization
of prior year financial records and
validation of existing obligations
allowed you to address outstand-
ing issues and resolve financial
inquiries from vendors and previ-
ous employees. Your efforts fur-
ther allowed you to return
$440,000 in excess funding for fis-

cal year 2004."
Cuddy also praised the depart-
ment's resourcefulness when in
October 2004 the hospital
assumed financial responsibility
for another activity with integra-
tion of Naval Dental Center
Southeast Region.
"Your multidisciplinary team
implemented individualized
training and orientation to assist
dental personnel in becoming
acclimated to medical systems,
including the Defense Medical
Logistics Support System," Cuddy
stated. "Your integration initia-
tives resulted in first year annual
savings of $638,000 with an
anticipated additional out year
recurring savings of $739,000.
Your exceptional financial man-
agement skills and sound busi-
ness practices were also utilized
to substantially increase Third
Party Collections to 122 percent
of the established goal."

AMVETS: Office opens at NAS Jax

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pares Christopher's sister, Michelle, for her injection.

School & Sports

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ly prepared package ensures that the indi-
vidual receives the maximum benefits to
which they are legally entitled. Moreover,
if necessary, he will provide representation
at VA hearings if appeals are warranted"
The assistance AMVETS provides is free
of charge and people are not required to be
an AMVETS member to receive it.
"We provide free professional advice on
entitlements and assistance in filling out
mandatory forms when a service member,
retiree or family member feels he or she
may be eligible for some sort of disability
compensation from the VA," said Sanders.
"Over the years, our presence and assis-
tance has had a positive impact in the lives
of thousands of service men and women,
retirees and surviving spouses and chil-
dren that otherwise would have suffered
greatly without a monthly disability com-
pensation check," he continued.
"My job as a NSO is to ensure that when
person makes an appointment, he or she
receives information, counseling and claim

, services concern-
ing disability com-
pensation, hospi-
talization, rehabil-
itation, pension,
S~ V. education, employ-
Q Moment and other
benefits," Sanders
According to
Sanders, AMVETS is a strong supporter
and advocate of providing America's veter-
ans with the benefits and services they
have earned through honorable military
service. "Our military service members
deserve to be well represented in all
areas," he explained. "I'm here to ensure
that they obtain the appropriate represen-
tation when filing disability claims with
the VA."
Sanders also available, by appointment,
for command briefings and training.
For more information about the NAS Jax
AMVETS Office or to make an appoint-
ment, call Sanders at 542-2834 or email

FFSC offers educational and support programs

750 children

By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Family
Practice and Pediatric Depart-
ments completed their annual
School and Sports Physicals Marathon last
week. During the event, which started on
July 23 and ended Aug. 4, the department's
staff saw about 750 children.
The staff provided complete school physi-
cals as required by local school systems
before a child can enter pre-school or
kindergarten or if they're starting in a new
school system.
They also provided pre-participation
sports physical, required for children that
are going to participate in sports team try-
outs and other physical education pro-
grams. School and sports physical can run
as much as $40 if done by a civilian sector
provider at the Naval Hospital they are
free of charge.
Although the marathon is over children's
physical can still be scheduled by calling
Central Appointments, 542-4677.

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the foremost preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
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Heat illness can kill

By Dave Colburn
NAS Jacksonville Safety Office
his is the eighth week
of the critical days of
summer. As of Aug. 1
we have lost 27 Sailors and
Marines in recreational/off-
duty activities. None of
them wanted to die; all of
them could have been pre-
vented. Please don't add to
our losses.
Heat-related illnesses
aren't just a summer haz-
ard. People exercise in
steamy gyms, wearing
heavy clothes in order to
sweat more. Sailors work in
hot shipboard workspaces.
1. Know how to recognize
the three most common
types of heat-related illness:
heat stroke, heat exhaus-
tion, and heat cramps.
2. Heat strokes are the
most severe, are can be
fatal. Symptoms include a
temperature to as high as
105 degrees; hot, red, and
dry skin; a rapid, weak
pulse; and rapid, shallow
3. As first aid for a heat
stroke, call 9-1-1 immediate-
ly. Wrap damp sheets
around the victim and start
fanning them. Wrap cold
packs in a cloth and place
them on the victim's wrists
and ankles, in the armpits

and on the neck.
4. Victims of heat exhaus-
tion will have a normal tem-
perature, but will have
other symptoms: cool, moist,
pale skin; heavy sweating;
headache, nausea or vomit-
ing and dizziness.
5. Heat cramps are mus-
cular pains and spasms that
result form intense exertion.
Cramps most often attack
the abdomen and legs.
6. To avoid heat illnesses:
Wear lightweight, light-
colored clothing,
Drinking plenty of
Take regular breaks,
Eating small meals.
I've witnessed a couple
cases of heat stress, and nei-
ther was pretty. The first
was during a 10K race on a
humid, 80-degree morning.
The victim was one of my
training partners, an
extremely competitive run-
ner. He didn't drink water
during the race because it
would cost him a few sec-
onds each time he grabbed a
But his dehydration
slowed him down even
more, so instead of beating
me, which he easily should
have, I passed him 100
yards short of the finish
line. He had a case of the
jelly-legs and couldn't run a

straight line.
The other case was after a
round of golf one summer,
and again the victim was
someone who didn't drink
water. He discovered that a
couple beers didn't quite
compensate, and he flopped
right over in mid-swing.
The point is that it can
happen to anyone, whether
you're an in-shape runner or
an out-of-shape golfer. Or,
even a Marine, which shows.
that toughness isn't much of
a prevention technique.
After a 12-mile condition-
ing hike held by a battalion
at Camp Pendleton, four
Marines went to a hospital
with heat stroke and five
others with heat exhaus-
Another time, after a 10-
mile hike during the hottest
part of the day, 12 Marines
from a rifle company had to
go to hospitals with heat
problems, and eight had to
be admitted for treatment.
In both cases, the Marines
hadn't had enough to eat or
drink, and supervisors did-
n't recognize the early
There is no reason during
peacetime training for any-
one to not have enough
water. And you know what,
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Chiefs, USO

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Photo by 101i Mike England
NAS Jacksonville's Chief's Mess and the Greater
Jacksonville Area United Services Organization
(USO) hosted a meet and greet with station's chief
selectees and their families Aug. 5. at Hangar 117.
"We feel that it's very important for the selectees
families to understand that it's not just their Sailor
who has made chief," said NAS Jacksonville
Command Master Chief CMCDM(SW) Chris Green.
"All of the family members here tonight have played
an instrumental role in the advancement of their
Sailor's career. We just wanted to thank them for
their contribution to the Navy and welcome them
into the Chief's Mess." Also in attendance was
Greater Jacksonville Area USO Director K.C.
McCarthy who presented the selectees and their
families with free Jacksonville Jaguars tickets. "The
Jaguars tickets were completely unexpected," said
TMI(SW) Mike Ramirez, a selectee from Weapons
Department. "It seems like the USO is always doing
something for the Sailors at NAS Jax. We really
appreciate everything the chiefs and USO have done
to make this event happen."

Sailors Aweigh Program coming up

From the USO

The Sailors Aweigh
Program, sponsored
by the Jacksonville
Jaguars Foundation is
preparing for the upcoming
Jaguar season.
The program gives free
tickets, transportation and
a free T-Shirt to the fami-
lies of deployed Sailors and
deployable Sailors, with
priority give to deployed
Sailors' families. It is
designed for children ages
Children can go with or
without a parent, as chap-
erones will be provided or
parents can accompany
their children as a chaper-
one. Each chaperone will
supervise three to five chil-
dren, so there will be plen-
ty of supervision.
Free transportation will
be provided to all partici-
pants 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., participants are
asked to arrive at 10:45
a.m. For games starting at
4 p.m., participants are
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The Sailors Aweigh T-
shirts provided free of
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bus. Participants agree to
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seating area throughout
the game, and will ride the
bus back to the base fol-
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Additionally, each child
will be provided with $10
worth of Jaguar dollars
courtesy of the USO.
Jaguar dollars may be
used to purchase food or
merchandise at the stadi-
Before departure, each
Sailors Aweigh participant
recites a pledge to "abstain
from using drugs, alcohol,
or tobacco." The stadium
seats assigned to the
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pants are in the "Honor

Rows" section, and this is a
great environment to enjoy
the game.
Deployed Sailors' fami-
lies 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 fami-
lies 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 opportuni-
ty. 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 follows:
Sept. 11 Seattle
Oct. 2 Denver Broncos
Nov. 6 Houston Texans
Nov. 13 Baltimore
Dec. 11 Indianapolis
Dec. 18 San Francisco
Jan. 1 Tennessee
For further information
or to apply for any of the
games listed, contact Greg
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Blood pressure screenings

By Dawn Smith
Information, Tickets and Tours Manager
he Marina Customer Oriented Ser-
vice Improvement Team (COSIT) hit
the streets of St. Augustine,
Jacksonville Beach, Fernandina Beach and
Jacksonville to find you the best prices in
marina activities. After research of many
locations, only a few were a one-stop shop
for your bait, rental and instruction needs.
In every case, from canoe rental to jet ski
rental to boat storage to boat rental, the
NAS Jax Morale, Welfare and Recrreation
(MWR) Department Mulberry Cove Marina
ranged from 38-78 percent less expensive
than all areas and Mulberry Cove Marina is
capable of special ordering any fishing tack-
le or boating supplies that you need. And if
that isn't enough, Mulberry Cove Marina
offers free canoe and kayak rental on
Thursday for active duty.
Looking for a reason to check out the

marina and check out the new water sports
equipment available to all authorized MWR
patrons? Water sports now offered water
skiing, knee boarding and wake boarding.
Liberty, the MWR Program designed for 18-
25 single service members has partnered
with the Mulberry Cove Marina for the Last
Buck BBQ tonight at the marina. Free fun,
food from 3-8 p.m. and water sports from 3-
5:30 p.m. is available for all active duty.
Other MWR facilities just completed the
follow-up data collection and your feedback
is being analyzed. Look for the details in the
next COSIT article in September.
You speak; we listen, and follow up.
Service excellence is our operational philos-
ophy and with your feedback, we can pro-
vide you with well-balanced' programs and
services of value, so look for the MWR
employees collecting information at the
MWR outdoor playing fields in August and
September and provide your feedback, it
does make a difference!

MWR to host WWE

SmackDown events

he following upcoming events are
sponsored by the Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department's
Liberty Program:
Strong Hand Texas Hold'em
Tournament- 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 triv-
ia 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
professional 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.
A post-match picnic will include free
food and entertainment.
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Public Notice No. 2

Photo by 101 Mike England
Naval Hospital Wellness Center Intern Justin Vinchattle takes retired Navy senior chief
Ralph Killian's blood pressure at the NAS Jax Commissary Friday. The Wellness Center
offers free blood pressure screenings every other Friday at the Commissary. "We hope
that by offering this free screening, people to stay on top of their health," Vinchattle said.

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Sailors can build their own fantasy
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for a cash prize of $30,000 in a con-
test offered by Navy Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR).
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modeled after a successful program that
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said Karen Fritz, head, MWR Special
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pete for cash awards, vacation packages
and other prizes."
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the season will win an Armed Forces
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resort. Participants will also have the

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participants must be at least 18 years old.
The Fantasy Football 2005 is a salary
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p.m. MWR is currently
looking for vendors of
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and motorcycle safety gear
to display their merchan-
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full-fingered gloves, riding
jackets and pants and any
items which improve visi-
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that promote proper safety

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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, upgraded scoring system and much
Operating Hours
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Dollar Days at NAS Freedom Lanes
Now until Sept. 5
$1 Bowling
$1 Shoe Rental
$1 Small Drinks
$1 Nachos and Cheese
Free Bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).

Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30 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.TT 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.

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 E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday in August, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
8-Ball Tournament
Tonight, 7 p.m.
Winner receives a Navy Exchange gift certificate.
Orlando Weekend Trip
Aug. 19-21
Includes a trip to Typhoon Lagoon

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.

Free Movies at the Base Theater
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.- Sin City (R)
Aug. 26, 7 p.m.- Sahara (PG 13)
Aug. 27, 5 p.m.- A Lot Like Love (P,G 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 philip.s.Collins@navy.mil.

Photo by PH2 Susan Cornell
PH3 Johanna English, assigned to Regional Visual Information
Support Center Jacksonville, monitors PH2 Andrea Decanini
as she practices the swimming portion of the physical fitness
test in the base indoor pool at the gym. The indoor pool is
open for lap swimming from 5:30-8 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. M-F, and recreational swim from 4:30-8 p.m. M-F. On
Saturday, Sunday and holidays, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. recreational

Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
tion on the youth center please call 778-9772.
Skate Night
Tomorrow night, 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.





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Association is looking for people to officiate
soccer, softball, football, and volleyball at
NAS Jax. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, 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 trans-
portation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in sanc-
tioned (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
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 bike

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As of Aug. 12
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VP-30 E'S 6 2
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NMD 5 4
AIMD 4 3
VS-30 4 3
VP-5 3 3
HS-75 3 3
NAR 3 5
VS-32 2 1
HS-11 2 6
AIMD 610 2 6
VP-30 Studs 1 2
Weapons 1 8

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

first Sunday of each month at
Memorial Park in Riverside at
11 a.m. Bring a blanket. For fur-
ther information, call Brenda
Star Walker at 398-8429.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
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.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
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 Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit
ty.com/momsclubopw. ,
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
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Wednesday of each month at 7
p.m. at Hambones on Blanding
Boulevard in Orange Park, Fla.
For more information, go to
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of

each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
motorcycling and motorcycle,
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
visit www.fllx.org.
A Youth Fishing Derby will
be held Saturday at Oceanway
Park from 9 a.m. to noon. A
Youth Fishing Tournament will
be held Sept. 10 from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Hanna Park. For more
information, call 573-4918.
A Freedom Fighter's Ride
sponsored by the Family
Readiness Group of 1st
Battalion, 111th Aviation
Regiment is planned for Aug. 27
at 10 a.m. The ride begins at
Cecil Commerce Center. Sign-
ups can be made now by calling
Linda Loughman at 573-2300,
Ext. 1201 or on the day of the
event beginning at 8 a.m. All
proceeds will benefit the families
of soldiers deployed to Iraq and
The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association is
sponsoring a golf tournament
Sept. 16 at noon at the Bent
Creek Golf Course. All money
raised will benefit the National
Supply Corps Association's
Scholarship Fund. For more
information, call Lt. Cole Seibel
at 542-1157 or email
cole.seibel @ navy.mil.

Local park offers classes for adults and children

The following are
upcoming classes at
Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across the NAS Jax Main
Gate at 7000 Roosevelt
Boulevard. All classes
require advance reserva-
tions by calling 573-2498.
Bamboo Garden
Aug. 27, 11 a.m. 12:30
The Japanese have used
bamboo for centuries to cre-
ate trellises and other gar-
den structures. Learn to
make your own garden
structure out of bamboo
that you can place in your
garden. Participants will
need to bring an electric
drill. Bamboo and other
supplies provided. Because
of the use of power tools,
this program is restricted

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Florida Trail
Sept. 2, 7-9 p.m.
September's meeting
topic is the second part of a
two-part program on Leave
No Trace. Paula
Snellgrove, LNT master
educator, will present a pro-
gram developed by the
National Outdoor
Leadership School, which
teaches ways to keep the

wilderness pristine while
having an enjoyable experi-
ence. The principles covered
in this presentation include
Properly Dispose of What
You Can't Pack Out, Leave
What You Find, and
Minimize Use and Impact
of Fire. For more informa-
tion, call 387-6998.
Wiggling Mosquitoes
Sept. 8, 10-11:30 a.m.
Examine mosquito larva
in a safe, indoor environ-
ment. Learn about their

unique life cycle while play-
ing games and completing
an art activity.,
Hooray for Home
Schoolers: Water Cycle's
Incredible Journey
Sept. 16, 10-11:30 a.m.
or 1-2:30 p.m.
Water is an important
element to all forms of life.
Learn more about the
water cycle by playing
games and water activities.
Please wear clothes than
can get wet.

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USO offers Jaguars tickets

From the USO

acksonville Jaguars tickets are now on sale at
the USO. The USO sells tickets to every Jaguars
home game (including pre-season) for $8 per
ticket. In order for us to be able to sell these tickets
at this price, there are a few rules we need to follow.
Here are the rules:
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 two tickets
per game and can bring any guest they choose (civil-
ian or military.)
Active duty members may purchase four tickets
per game if they 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 followed. 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..
Ticket sales begin at 8 a.m. at the USO at NAS
Jax (9 a.m. at the USO at Mayport), two Mondays
prior to the game. In the event the ticket sale date is
a holiday, tickets will go on sale the following busi-
ness day.
Commands or groups wishing to hold an event can
also purchase tickets.
For more information on group sales or the Sailors
Aweigh Program, call Sonya at 778-2821.
The following is the upcoming season schedule:
Sept. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs. Seahawks, tickets on
sale at USO Aug. 29.
Oct. 2, 1 p.m. Jags vs. Broncos, tickets on sale at
USO Sept. 19.
Oct. 9, 8:30 p.m. Jags vs. Bengals, tickets on sale
at USO Sept. 26.
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. Jags vs. Texans, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 24.
Nov. 13, 1 p.m. Jags vs. Ravens, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 31.
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs. Colts, tickets on sale at
USO Nov. 28.
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs. 49ers, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags vs. Titans, tickets on sale
at USO Dec. 19.

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107 Telephone Dating _130 tickets 3 Ortega Must Sell! Only $45,000 A 3br/3full bath, remod. own at the Beach Call Builder 716-7766 2200sf, boatlift, $340k.
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6210 US1 N. (St. Johns Co.) 3I32prinne. parents or legal custo- S. Jewel Realty 399-9555 patio, great loc. & value., w/400' wtrfrnt. Includes
15 m. S. of Avenues Mall 37Downtown dans, pregnant women $152,500 424-2627 Oceanfront Sand Castle beautiful 3023sf. 3/3hm,
Ss5 miS Red Dbl Decker Bus 330Beaches and people securing BRICK 3/1.5,1450sf new compi remod, upscale,
120 Notices 3 cars trucks vans boat 332Middleburg custody of children everything, crnr lot, NICE STARTER HOMEI 2/2, 2cgar, For apt. Toll 1-877-482-4040
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710 Industrial/
710 Trades

for national co Must be
able to work indepen-
dentl Co truck and
benefiipackage. Up to
$27/hr First Coast area.
Ph. 888528- 3688
Fax 727-518 0300
VICE TECH, refrig &
chiller exp a+ Also
residential service
technician & home wrty
exp. Must have clean
MVR. Great Pay, Exc
bnfts Amy 378 1499
and co. vehicle, exp
only. call Jeff 356-1111
Busy shop. SS. Good
benefits. 725-2649
BODY TECH- good pay,
1st class only, plenty of
work. Call 509.-9048
Timberlake Cabinet, Co.,
Start of American
oodmark Corp.,needs
qualified Cabinet Ser-
vice techs in The Jax
area. Need knowledge
of cab net repair or
woodworking exp
1-800-226-3086 fax
res 1-800-210-6345
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759 2875
Out Easy going com-
pany DL. Trans. tools
re. Paid vac & iol.
707 44648
CARPENTERS- irrom,-)
needed to start immed.
Competitive pay Call
Sonny 904- 449-5964
FRAMERS. Benefits -
Lots of work. M-F,
7-3:30 262-3181
Carpenters & Siders
w/exp. for Baymeaa-
dows area. 813-610-8581
ING SUPERS. High end
remodeler seeking
detail oriented trim
carpenters & working
supers. Exp in reside
remodeling a must.
Must have own tools &
transpt. Background &
drug check req'd .
Steady work & ben-
efits. 387-0770
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits, paid
holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
Framers. Exp'd room
additions. Sub crew.
with tools & transp.
Top pay. 269- 6541
Winter Brothers Con-
struction is seeking
carpenter & helpers,
Layout, punch-out
Great pay, benefits
401k trans rt a must
Call Linda 268-8780
Need pick up truck Earn
$1000/wk. 904-298&3301
Experienced only! Hourly
or sub- contract work
with proper insurance.
Top pay for qualified
applicants. Medical
insurance 401K avail-
able Moyer Marble &
Tile Co. Apply in per-
son 11657-2 Phillips
CLEANUP, Demolition &
Roll off Drivers needed.
Full-time. 786-5503
Drywall/ Metal Stud
for interior general
contractor. Bnrifts & op-
portunities Ph. 477-9437
or fax resume 268-8995
ELECTRICIAN- min 4 yrs
service exp 100% pd
health, dental, take
home vehicle, 401k, pd
vac & holidays. Top pay
DFWP/EOE 620.0081
Electridans w/Marine exp
3482 Lakeshore Blvd Jax FL
32210, 904-389-1125
6800 San loie BlvdI M-F
10 4 DFW E.O.E
years e-p. $15. hr aep
on esp exc benef.
clean i, L DFWVP F.,e
Fighters Eqpt Co is the
fastest growing fire
eqpt dealer in N. FL. in
business since 1949 fax
res 384-2610 or mail PO
Box 60189 Jax FL 32236
Experience needed.
Good pay & benefits.
288-8888 or apply at
7084 Davis Creek Road
HVAC Installer/Service
Technician. Pay Neg
Fax: 912-882-1817
Call 904-838.-9283
Exp'd. Part Time. To
order & check lumber
shipments to Bermuda
To apply or for mbre
information Fax:
1-441-292-6561 or email:

Must have CDL Class D'
Lic. Clean driving
record. Benefits.
353-8280 DFWP
MACHINIST- min 3 yr job
shop exp. Arlington
Machine Works 1700 E.
Church St 354-1177
For commercial office
park. Up to $13/hr.
Midtown Centre Office.
Park. Fax 396-6366

710 'Industrial/
710 Trades

PAINTERS- wanted. Exp
a plus. Transpt
people desired with gd
work ethic for a new co
that is definitely going
places Contact Mr Scott
For RB Baker Construc-
tion. Medical, dental,
pd vac, pd holidays
401K. Pre- Employment
Drug Screen. For more
info call 904-824-9901 x
burst Shutters, a
national Shutter Co.
Highly motivated
dependable, exp prefd
but will train right
person. Co vehicle
tools & ins provided
comp pay & benefits
Apply in person 8036
Philips Hwy Ste 5A
8/15-8/19 9am-noon
for custom homes.
Top pay, bnfts. OFWP
Call 904-387-0176
St Johns county, single
family homes, 10 yrs
exp necessary. Salary,
benefits & bonuses.
Send resume to: BM
7640608 C/O The Florida
Times -Union, One
Riverside Ave., Jack-
sonville, FL 32202
for Blount Island Vehicle
Processor. Ability to lift
801bs/drive stick shift/
valid DL. $9.27/hour +
monthly incentive. FT
hrs Mon-Fri 6:30-3:00,
Exc Benefit Pkg. Fax
work history to
904-751-5239 or call HR
at 904- 751- 5720.
Must have transpor-
tation 334-5559 aft 5pm
cable or satellite exp-
pred. willing to train.
drug testing and
backgrd check prior to
hire. must have proper
tools and truck/van.
plenty of work..6 day
wk. call Ken @
904-291-4045 or
with experience, good
pay exc benefits.
Dean Bennett Site
Contractors. 273-9200.
or 858-0262 DFWP
TRAINEE Bobcat Operator
CDL $14/hr/benf
262-9985 EOE

To inspect, service &
maintain. F/T Exp
prefed, will train paid
vac, benefits co. truck,
clean FL driv lic.
DFWP Call 731-3144
with exp & transp. Will
train motivated indi-
viduals. 904-396-4383
711 Marine
711 d Trade

The OSRV Georgia
Responder in an oil spill
response vessel based
in savannah, GA. We
are currently looking
for a full time AB,
Assistant Engineer or
QMED. Part time and
response pool per-
sonnel also needed for
all positions. 1600 Ton
Masters Oceans to 500
Ton Mates. Chief
Engineers to Oilers
AB's STCW '95 Ruired
Call 912-23s6-3130
0800-1500 M-F for more

712 Mechanic
Engine R &R Mechanic
$25/hr F/R high earning
potential. Also Eng-
Mechanic will train
qualified applicant
Solid co with great
benefits.Bob 739-0212
ASAP TOWING 771-7111
w/tools. Earn up to
$40/hr. 904-381-1937
Areas top dealer is
looking for exp'd Fork-
lift Tech. Tools and
clean driving record
required. Excellent pay
&benefits. Call Mike
MECHANIC Auto/Truck.
Gas/Diesel. Good
starting pay w/ ben-
efits. 904.-695-7045
Commercial Carrier
Corporation, due to
enlarging our fleet, we
have immediate open-
ings in the mainte-
nance department for
Diesel Mechanics and
Trailer Mechanics. Full
benefits and competi-
tive pay. 3 shifts
Commercial Carrmier Corp
5310 New Kings Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32209
EOE. Drug Free Work
Exp in Bus or Truck tires.
Night shift. F/T posi-
tion in Jacksonville. Call
Ms. Ringo 800-820-4428

714 Insurance
PROCESSOR: for S'side
loc Detail orientated &
Excel skills a must.
Previous ins exp a plus

715 Management/

Asst Manager
One Site Knowledge.
The Aventine at Deer-
wood Fax Resume
996-8694 aventinedeer-

7115 Management/

Req. immed. for Bldg
Products Mfgr. Hvy
lifting, clean driving
record, 2yrs exp. CL B
prefr'd & med. card
req., will assist in
Warehouse. Great
benefits! Apply inper-
son. Kaycan Ltd. 2045
W. 26th St. Jacksonville,
FL Tel: 904-924-7974
Local Jax construction
co. seeks a DRAFTING
our growing demands.
Requires AA Degree or
equiv. from a 2-year
college/tech, school & 1
yr related exp. OR
equiv. combination ed.
and exp. Must be flu-
ent in AutoCAD equip. &
software. Prefer exp.
with MS Office soft-
ware & network envi-
ronment. Competitive
wage and benefits.
Send resume & cover
letter with letters of
recommendation to.
BM 7669924 C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Equal Opportunity
Employer. DFWP.

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

MHCJ has the follow-
ing openings:
Program Manager
School Program
Masters level, LMHC,
ferred, exp. required.
Overlay Counselor
Juvenile Justice
Masters level, exp.
Emergency Services
FT Evenings or PT
Weekends. BA/BS + 1
yr experience in
Case Manager
Entry level
BA/BS required.
Apply in person
(9a.m.-4 p.m., F only)
or mall resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743- 5109.

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

720 Medical

ARNP- busy psychiatric
practice FT, PT great
pay, Fax res 346-0887

Opportunities in
Health Care!

Beauclerc Manor is
currently seeking:
Social Services
Staff Development
Nurse R.N.
Salaried positions
Individuals with a
minimum of one year
Long Term Care
Experience are
encouraged to apply.
We are a 120 bed
skilled nursing facil-
ity nestled between
the San Marco and
Mandarin neighbor-
hoods. Our team is
excited about having
you on board with our
mission in providing
excellence in cus-
tomer service!
Please fax your
resume to the fax
number below or stop
in to apply in person!
Beauclerc Manor
Attn: Executive
9355 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville FL 32257
Fax# 904- 448. 9253

720 Medical
Mandarin busy Chiro
Practice office, Must
ave prior exp. Monthly
bonues. Call262-9444
fax resume 262-3750
PT only. M-F, will
train. Typing skills
desired. Send resume
2035 Professional Cen-
ter Drive Suite A.
Orange Park Florida
PT no benefits River-
side area Internal
medicine office. Fax
resume 904-389-1464

MHCJ have the fol-
lowing opportunities
available immedi-
ately to people who
want to make a dif-
ference in the lives of
others through
behavioral health
kNs- Inpatient.
Great Schedules -
Full Benefits
M-F, No Weekends
LPNs -Inpatient
Baylor, Weekends only,
Community RN
FT, MH/SA population
Mental Health
FT, PT, all shifts,
direct care
FT Days, CDL required
For more info,
please call 743-1883.
FT positions offer ben-
efits. PRN RNs and LPNs,
MHTs always welcome.
Apply in person
(gam 4pm, MF only) I
or mail resume to
RBHS, Human Resources,
900 University Blvd. North,
Suite 700 (7th Floor),
Jacksonville, FL 32211.
Fax resume to 743- 5109.

723 Dental
Perio Office. days a
week. Call 273-4373

723 Dental
chairside exp. Great
oppt'y for team player
in South Point spe-
cialty ofc. Top pay,
bnfts. Fax res. 296-1911

724 Education

Pre-School Teachers
CDA Preferred
Health Care Coverage
S401K Plan
*Vacation/Personai Days
*Paid Holidays
Paid Training
Multiple Locations In
Jacksonville &
St. Auau.tlne
Call 904-230-4899
Fax 904-230-4910

725. Office/
725 Clerical

Looking for a very
organized person with
AP/AR exp. Must pos-
sess accurate book-
keeping skills and be
very organized. Ben-
efits Include pd vaca-
tion, 401K with match,
pd health ins and more.
rug testing required.
Send resume to:
(904) 786.1824 or
gmpopcorm.com. Mall
resume or apply in
Gold Medal Jacksonville
5599 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32254
morn. Answer
multi line phones, file,
copy; $7.50/hr fax
resume 262-7898

730 Personal
Mgmt Oppt'ies. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
Clientel provided.
Orange Pk 213-9363
S'side & Philips 519.7970
W'side 786-3547
Jax Beach 273-2888

735 Restaurants/
3 Hotels
for Growing bakery, Flex
hrs No Sunday 388.8910


A National Company With A Local Character

Mail Clerk
Interline Brands, a Jax-based nat'l co. seeks
full-time Mail Clerk: dist/process mail, prepare
o-night pkgs, stock sppls, must be abl to Ift
501bs, good drivr rec a must, mail room exp pref.
Forward resume w/salary history to:
Fax 904/680-3612,
E-mail: recruiter@interlinebrands.com, view
oppty via www.interlinebrands.com, DFW, EOE

River Garden Hebrew Home

Always Recruiting for the Best!

Contact Human Resources, 11401 St.
Augustine Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32258,
(904) 260- 1818, Fax (904) 886-7768.
Drug Free Workplace.

Beauclerc Manor
9355 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville FL 32257
Ph # 904-739-0877
fax # 904-448-9253
ATTN: Director of Nursing
We are seeking care professionals to join our
team in providing excellent health care services
and compassion to the residents and families we

LP.N. and R.N.
11PM 7AM
Full or Part-time
Excellent Shift Differential!!!
L.P.N. or R.N.
3PM 11PM

Staffing Coordinator
all shifts
Seasonal positions only
Great Benefits!
One of the Best Shift Differentials in town!
New Wage Scale!
Pay in Lieu of Benefits available!

Immediate openings throughout Florida for mechanically
inclined individuals. We supply the truck and tools. As a member
of our team, you'll receive health insurance, 401(k), vacation
time, paid training and more. Please apply online at
www.hrmcacclalm.com/apply/drscareers. DRS Is a drug/
smoke-free EOE


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735 Restaurants/

The Atrium
PT/FT cook. Avail. to
work evenings and
weekends, exp. only
need apply. Must be
able to pass a back-
ground check.
Apply in person or
ax resume to:
(904) 721-3972
9960 Atrium Way

Bartenders &
Call Malabar 9801
Beach Blvd. 641.5033

Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
and Dancers
Call 641-2301

day Cook Bev Cart flex
sched 287-4653 x26

Experienced line cook.
Day/Night shifts avail.
Top $$ in area.
GOLD CLUB 645-5500

COOKS- with exp. for
LOnghorn Steak house
at Roosevelt & Argyle
locations 388-5520 or

CALL 757-7370

No nudity no exp nec.
Will train-AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399 1110

Waltstaff and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Busiest club in town!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500

accepting resumes for
Asst Mgmt positions In
Jax. Cand ates must
have min 1 yr restau-
tant mgmt exp. Exc
wage & benefit pkg.
fax res 352-375-0712

HIring PT Maintenance
Call 641-5033 or 860-2793

Waitresses, Bartenders,
Call 399-1110

We are looking for exp
grill cooks.
prep cooks ana Cashiers
Apply in person
Monaay- Thursday at
Kent Campus 3939
Roosevelt Blvd.
South Campus
11901 Beach Blvd.
Downtown Campus
101 W. State Street.
In the cafeteria.
We offer competitive
salary and benefits.
EOE & Affirmative Action
Employer M/F/D/V

745 Sales

Account Rep

"A One of A Kind
How would you like to
receive qualified
leads, make top
commissions up to
$2000 paid to you
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One of the areas
leading National
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If YOU are ready to
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Monday 10AM-SPM
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for well established local
company. Salary +
commission. Fax
resume to 904- 389-9931

7so Technical/

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

SURVEY Party Chief &
I-man, PLS Mapping
Manager, experienced
only. F/T, full benefits,
fax resume to DRMP
641-8858 or call
641-0123 EOE
www~d np.com

growth oriented Jack-
sonville avionics repair
site needs exp'd tech
librarian to maintain &
service data bases plus
electronic paper, tech-
nical directories &
periodical libraries.
Congenial team envi-
ronment, benefits++
send resume and pay
requirements via mani
to hr@avamro.com or
mail to American Val-
ley Aviation 550 Orion
Way QuincyCA 95971
No phone calls. AVA is
proud to be an EOE

752 Warehouse
mlllwork co. Great
benefits. Apply in per-
son at 5203 W.lst
Street. DFWP

dispatch exp a plus
Fast paced environ-
ment. Benefits includ-
ing 401k, advancement
oppty, Apply In person:
Hughes Supply, 5285
Hwy Ave.

753 Security 871 Sere'les

Premium Armored Ser-
vices has immed ate
open ngs for ATM
Armored Transporters
in the Jacksonville area.
We provide a history of
growth and a stable
environment for our
-ln. 21 years old
-ATM Exp. Preferred
-D&G Firearms Lic Pref.
-Valid drivers license.
good driving record
great benefits Incl.
Med/Dent/Life Ins. 401K
& Paid time off. Must
pass extensive bkgrnd.
uniforms provided. If
you wouldlllke to join
an industry leader
please submit resumes
toil free 877-216-0159.
PH: 888-336-2756 X6768
Join our Flex Team
$12 per hr & benefits
Minimum requirements:
*Valid FL drivers Lie.
*Security Officer "D"
*1 yr of contract
security exp.
*Reliable transportation
*Must be available for all
shifts at multiple sites
Please apply In person at
6817 South point Pkwy
Suite 1001 Jax. FL 32244
EOE. Lc#B 9700146
for locally owned secu-
rity co. Must have
extensive exp in con-
tract security or related
field. Exc opportunity,
will train. Fax resume
to 904-389-9931

755 Miscellaneous

Join a national effort to
assist in the enrollment
of the new part D pre-
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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

all positions, mainte-
nance & mngmnt toll
free 866 2 3 7 896
Earn S800-1.2.000 .'wk
truck., tools & exp recid
Call Doug 733-8063
CLEANUP must be able
to work Tues Sun I Ipm
6am Apply in person
Tues FriSam 10am
Timuouana Country
Club.. 4028 Timuquana
FT,.PT.$6 .$9/,nr.
Riverside 399 1009
Mandarin 262 0330
Beaches 246 0882
Good D LAtransp. nec.
EAp. a +. Call DJL Leach
Irrigation 904285 5575s
Experience a plus F/T.
NW lax. Call 356 2863

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900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
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922 Collectables and
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965 Medical
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902 Appliances
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24 6cu.Kenmore
i rolstless, exc
c ond.S200 call
772-1077 ceil.568-6191
white, works great
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7 .0 pFor Sale
,, 36" Patio Table & two
high chairs to match
,$35.00 call
3 Piece sectional
w/fold-cut Queen
,-Bed $1000. OBO
Dresser w/ Mirror
Jean 375-0422
Above Ground Pool
pump unit 1 HP
1 $100.00 little used
S|I.Ford Ranger Edge
'5Jplckup '02. $100
n never used
4, Car Top Carrie.
S"large" good con-
L l ditlon $50.00
dehydrater new in
box $25.00 call & leave
msg 777-8120
Computer desk,
Ssofa, book case,
recliner, area rugs,
treadmill, antique
table and chairs
655-1929 or 860-4112
Country Kitchen Table
4, 1 with three chairs
$50.00 call
men's size 12, black,
,,never worn. $50.00
CPOUniform's short
sleeves shirts 151/2
34" and 36"' x 30"
a pants call
SCriminal Justice
Books CRM/Por 123
CRM 332 CRM419
CRM430 Terrorism
corrections Law organiza-
tion contact Mary Sanchez
at 220-4577 or 612-9998
w/red felt, leather
pockets includes
cover all accessories
extra felt $1000 tread-'
mill $75 904-708-6069
4, Double Eddie Bauer
Baby strollerex cond.
4,* $75.00 Call 573-2863

*1 -

Law Offices of
I-Cristina Fuschi, 0

905 Articles
905 For Sale

wooden, partially
finished with some
fTurn. Very nice $55
call 904 278-0971
4, Easy Anchor Puller
Model 8 Powered
by a Ramsey Winch
S new $1600.00 sell
for $550 OBO excellent
condition 264-0969
Entertainment Center-25 in
TV.Oak Finish Glass
doors,three shelves,three
cabinets.slide drawer for
Shitachi cmb 13u 21"
ti monitor $75, 22
pitch 18.5" depth
same as most 19" good
condition four avail-
able 912-674-2860
Golf clubs 10,true grit
$50.00,brand new
Char-broil barbeque
$50.00.seasoned wood
HOT TUB/SPA person
like new, sacrifice $1495.
Can deliver 349-4014
La Schner Magnox TV
Picture in picture
lw/ex screen pro-
tecter great con 500.00
on wheels just want
something different call
Sbeige good con-
S edition Orig. $1,100.
Asking $350
after 5:00 PM
SMaternity Unlfonnrms
2 sets short sleeved
size medium, retail
$72.50. selling both
sets for $20 OBO Joan
Moving Boxes; used
wardrobes, dishpacksd
mirror packs, assorted
boxes. Packing paper
include $65.00 call 278-0971
Old German Camera
S$100.00 Gold Pocket
,.watch $100.00 Com-
mercial Bakers rack
$100.00 Laundry cart $ 40.00
AC/Heater $300.00
Pressure Washing trailer
w/access. Will sacrifice
for $1000. Eng. needs
slight work. 287-3809
Queen bed box-
Ssprig mattress
SI dresser with mir-

905 Articles
905 For Sale
lShopsmith $ 500.00
Treadmill $ 100.00
A/C Motor &Blower
$25 00 lawn mower
Jack $75.00 9 Pieces of
Lawn Equipment
$150.00 90 272-7352
SPA 6 person. Free
needs tubing, heater,
O rewired, you move.
Call 729-7218
4, Tanning bed-like
Snew.16- lamp
aIlWolff Tanning Bed.
Paid $1200 asking
$7 00. 382-7687 or
STonneau Cover
for Ford F150 short
IL bed 6 mos old
$100.00 paid $260.00
new 655-1929
4 unbelevable Cactus
SPotted 5' tall 3' across
.100 arms moving must
sell $200 Bill 246-0301
7 AM 7PM
tlty Jacket
Size medium x-short
tL excellent condition
retail $31.95 will sell
for $10 OBO call Joan
Wedding Gown
S Long Portrait Neck.
I )new still has
Original tags paid
$449 sell for $300 size 4
call Stephanie 542-3096
Yamaha Vstar
Scassic2003 100
of chrome low
miles $7500.00 John
220-4577 or 612-9998

920 Business/
2-O Office

Pressure Washing Hot &
Cold two tanks gals 200
and 75. Very good cond.
w/ 2 axel Trailer. $4000.
contact 904-880-7669
Workstation / Cubicles
Only $595
Herman Miller x8'8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400
922 Collectables
S922 & Jewelry
Diamond Ring- .85ct
appraised $4k sell $2k.

925 Computers
., Compaq Desktop
T two speakers
I2 rebuilt 4/05 $125.00
mobo. Bill 246-0301

925 Computers

SP4-1.6GHz, 768MB,
Sony External DVD
Recorder, wireless
ready, 15 inch XGA-TFT
screen WinXP&R2 $675
Call 779 7327

928 Electronics
50" Phllips TV
excellent condition,
recently serviced
under warranty.
$700.00 OBO call Jason (H)
213-4384 or (W) 542-8507
ext. 105
Bose 901 Speakers
S(black) a must see and
hear $300.00 for pair
call 912-266-2690

.. size with battery &
Lbag $175. Camera
pentax 35mm $35 exc.
cond. 904-277-8205
SCORDER with battery
*1 charger and bag $175.
Camera Pentax 35mm
with bag $35 exc. cond.
904- 277- 8205
4. Mobile DJ Mixer and
Sthree(3) CD players in
mobile DJ case, plug
and play Karaoke on
wheels $600.00
4, Mobile DJ Pioneer 500
professional mixer
must see and hear
$300 call
36 inches, flat
screen, matching
stand excellent
picture quality moving
must sell! $600

945 Garage
#- Sales
S3 Family Garage
/ Sale clothes, fur-
l.;Initure, toys Aug
-13-14 9-5 Sutton
Lakes 11151 Englenook
Dr. Yorkshire Section

Arlington Moving Sale
twin bed, TV, awn
equip toddler toys,
cths, Kit, more. 8/20;
7- ? 3429 Turkey Oaks Ct
SCAP FOR 86.S-97
O Nlssan King Cab.
"- Color: Green, Exc.
co n d $150.

945 Garage

Household items,
Furniture, Large
Oval DR Set with

5053 Park St.l

Mandarin 7:30-2 Sat
books, morel n159

| Everything must
S go! Missan Forest
Apts 999 Missian
Forest Drive Apt 2H
furniture, dishes,
clothes, more
Neighborhood Yard
SSale, Sr. Officer Quar-
k1l ters Mayport. Aug 20
8a.m.- 2 pm

wide variety Fri. Sat 8-3
2332 Stonebridge Dr.
Rd.Sat 7:30am-2pm.
Ds Movies, Furn, ciths.
(baby) misc. 7825
Marsala Ct. off Collins
San Marco-Ridgeland
Rd. Sat. Multi-Fam.
Disney, Fum ,PC, Hhld
,, St. Marys-lg sale
SSat 8-12. 311 Hunt
Club. Sofa, sleeper
,toys.girls 3T,boys
18mth,Nice glass.
Westside- office desk
cabinets, safes, framed
pictures, chairs. Bring
pick up truck to 1234
Orton St. Thur. 18th, Fri.
19th. 8 to 4. 389-8990
W'Side-HH itemscomp
access, clothes, misc.
Sat only 9am-?
5334 Astral St.

Bargain Hunters Galore

This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting 9
7059 Ramona. 786-FLEA

950 Garden/

S2005 5'x10' TRAILER
2,200 LBS axial 15"
wheels v-tonge
treated woos 2"x8"
floor drive on gate steel
$950.00 call 912-576-1281

Hi wheel, east
push, 11/2 yr. old,
barely used,
excellent condition,
$75.00 call 264-3319
,. Lawn Mower
S -Murray,2yrs
old,runs great.50
912-673-6496 after
4pm to see.
573-9377 days.
PALM TREES. Palm Trees,
Palm TreesI Hundreds
to choose from 10'-20'
$99. LiUc. FL Dept. of
Agriculture 334-8408
S- OR Scag stand
vlbehind commercial
mower, $400 for either
one. Daniel Pease 729-4001
(H) 573-9874 (3p-11p)
Riding Mower Poulan
14.5, 52" new deck, leaf
bagger, $650. 387-9311

955 Household
5 Furniture
TABLE, 60" L 19"W35"
4 H. Early 1900's Very
2 good condition $75obo
249-1611 Small computer
desk $30.
4, Antique Victoria
SCouch In good con-
1| edition, dark mahogany
light natural, cloth.
asking $250.00 call 777-8120
Iv msg
t open Buffet area. Must
see! Needs TLC
$250obo. 673-9056
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
Bed-A-Affordable New
Memory Foam All sizes
1/2 Retail $ 505-7941
Bed-A-Affordable New
Plush Queen Set $195
King $275 10 yr warr
can dlvr 505-7941
Twin $79 Full $99 sets
new. Can del. 505-7941
dresser $250; Ithr love
seat & chr $200; glass
dining tbi w/6 chrs $200
and more. 367-1843

955 Household
S Furniture

Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
2 PC Sofa&Chair From$199
C Pc Oak Dinette Frm $1991
Pc Qn Simmons Bd $198
PC Sealy Twin Bed $121
3Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
IVCR's From $12
0" Color TV's From $7E
Microwaves From $25

S (904) 396-9000

Qn Size. Pillow Top In
Plastic $200 (904) 674*0405
SBoys Twin Bed
with Mattress
|excellent condi-
tion $75.00
BR SET/Mstr, off whi,
contemp. 7pcs, $2500;
Pine Dinette Set w/6
lad. back chrs $300; Off
whi. Desk $25; 3 cherry
veneer 6'tall bkcases
$60set; 70" long cherry
wood credenza $50;
Halogen lamp $25;
Telescope $75; Exec.
Chr blue $25 & contemp.
prints & oils of various
prices. (904)273-4444
Computer Desk,
Ssofa, book case,
I recliner, area rugs,
tread mill, antique
table and chairs
655-1929 or 860-4112
SCouches(2) Exc.
cond (1)Natural
I color w/floral print,
(1)Off white
w/muted stripe. Priced
to sell. 264- 3486
Splush hunter green,
k1$300. Pogie net,
heavy large paid
$150, will take $75.
COUCH -Three
/ cushion couch
1iwinged tip chair,
cherry wornd desk





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955 Household
9 Furniture
SEntertainment unit
solid wood doors +
glass door extra Ec,
can fit 30' tv $500
NI 2D, contemporary
solid wooden
doors & glass door
extra ec, can fit 30" TV
$500 904- 264-7606
Girl Twin Bed with
SMattress excellent
tIcondition $75.00
904 568 6829
LR SUITE 90" 4 screen
leather Davenport
w/recliner chrs on each
end. Good cond. Asking
$300. After 8pm
733-1252 or 226-5308
4. MATTRESS, King,
Sbeautyrest double
klJ.pillowtop, $150
So b o Italian
wrought iron marble
table top $120 obo
904-742-0803 /
bookcases, prints, mirs,
more. 819-1626
<,BOARDS both with
mirrors. Like new!
Moving, must sell!
Come take a look!
4, Oak table w/ 4
Chairs 48" diam
I w/24" extension.
Perfect cond. $475
Small, green
.' velour, waiting for
a good home, $70
obo 904-742-0803 /
4, Sleeper Sofa,
O offee & 2 end
tables-$300 for alJ
or will separate.Good
cond. 912-729-4685
4, Sofa Loveseat Chair
and Ottman $600.00
SI two end tables and
coffee table $125.00
stereo cabinets $250.00
call (904) 714-1313
SSolid light pine --
4 china cabinet,
I Excellent condi-
tion lighted top
with grooved glass
shelves Good Deal #
300.00 Call 262-9275
w/mattress +
Y Strawberry bed-
ding $35.

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females.AC. s. Pop-up's t you! GARBER CHRYSLER 2330 us Sou Tom Bush Autoplex
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