Ceremony Slated For Sept. 16
Safe In Jax
Hurricane Evacuees Get Help Here
Free Tickets For Sunday's Jag Game
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2005
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING
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hurricane victims arrive
The Bureau of Naval
Personnel has set up a
24-hour helpline for both
Sailors and families to call
for information regarding
their loved ones and for
those evacuated to
muster in with their com-
The number is 1-877-
414-5358. This line is
staffed 24 hours by active-
duty Navy volunteers, and
in addition to mustering
evacuated personnel and
their families, will have
connectivity with Navy,
FEMA and other govern-
The American Red
Cross has created and
launched the Family Links
Registry, which will aid
individuals who are seek-
ing loved ones and family
members in the wake of
Evacuees wishing to
inform loved ones of their
location can register their
names by clicking on
"Family Links Registry" on
www.redcross.org or by
calling 1 877-LOVED-1S.
Concerned friends and
family can register the
names of their loved ones
and view the list of those
already posted. Due to the
extent of the damage and
the number of people dis-
placed, concerned friends
and family members are
encouraged to visit the
site daily to consult the
list, as it will be updated
Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
HM3 Michael Riley of the NAS Jax Branch Medical Center transports retired Army World
War II and Korean War Veteran Hugh Cooper, 86, to Naval Hospital Jacksonville Aug. 31.
Cooper, a resident of Gulfport, Miss. was medically evacuated from the area after
Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast.
Col. Norma AlIgood, a pediatric cardiologist from Keesler AFB in
Biloxi, Miss. and her 15-month-old son, Liam, are helped out of the
aircraft by Lt. Larry Anderson of the NAS Jax Branch Medical Clinic
and a flight paramedic. Allgood and her family were evacuated to
NAS Jacksonville Aug. 31.
By Kaylee LaRocque
Four medical evacuees and their family members were
transported to Naval Hospital Jacksonville from Keesler
Air Force Base in Biloxi, Miss. Aug. 31 by a private air
ambulance company. The evacuees were in need of specialized
medical care that is currently unavailable in their cities after
Hurricane Katrina hit the area Aug. 29.
The four included three military family members and a World
War II and Korean War Army veteran. As the group disembarked
from two different aircraft, they were met by doctors and hospital
corpsmen from the NAS Jax Branch Medical Clinic who immedi-
ately put them on stretchers and transported them to the hospi-
tal's emergency room.
As they arrived, the medical evacuees were evaluated and
treated for their medical problems. "I am so happy to be here and
to be safe. I'd like to thanlk the military for taking such good care
of me. It was wonderful being in that small plane knowing that I
was coming to a safe place to receive the medical attention I
urgently needed," said Hugh Cooper, gratefully. Cooper, a retired
Army World War II and Korean War veteran who lives in
While Cooper is not sure what he will return home to, another
See HURRICANE, Page 9
For more photos on incoming evacuees
of Hurricane Katrina, see Pages 8-9.
Operation Lend a Hand
NAS Jax Chapel,
B Mii c S d.llpt
UE Itor UI
L launched Aug. 31, the Greater Jacksonville Area
USO Operation Lend a Hand has become the
focal collection point for service members,
retirees, Department of Defense civilians and their
families to donate goods for arriving military evac-
uees from the devastated areas of the Gulf Coast. The
NAS Jax Chapel Center is assisting in the efforts.
Efforts to collect essential goods for the victims of
this unprecedented, massive natural disaster are in
full swing. Donations of canned and non-perishable
goods, toiletries and feminine hygiene products, toys,
diapers, hand sanitizers, cash donations, household
goods, gift cards, water and other essentials are being
accepted at the NAS Jacksonville and NS Mayport
USO offices and at the NAS Jax Chapel Center.
K.C. McCarthy, executive director of the Greater
Jacksonville Area USO said that the operation began Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
as soon as they got the word that evacuees might be ATC(AW/SW) Lynn Smith of Southeast Regional
coming here. "We launched this operation immediate- Calibration Center hands a bag of donated goods
ly upon learning that our service members and their for hurricane victims to RP2(AW/SW) Rosa Perez
families were going to be brought to our area," she of the NAS Jax Chapel Sept. 2.
explained. "I wanted us to be prepared to be able to
help military families arriving here who had experienced great losses as result of Hurricane Katrina. I
wanted them to feel welcome."
See DONATIONS, Page 10
Photos by HM1 Michael Morgan
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Raquel Bono addresses
her troops before they depart on deployment to USS Bataan. The ship and
accompanying medical personnel will provide much needed care to victims of
NavHosp Jax med team
deploys with USS Bataan
to aid hurricane victims
Eighty-four medical personnel from Naval Hospital Jacksonville board-
ed buses to NAS Pensacola Sept. 1 to rendezvous with USS Bataan
(LHD 5). From there, the ship sails to New Orleans to provide urgent-
ly needed support to relief efforts for Gulf Coast residents impacted by
The medical personnel, including a broad range of physicians, nurses and
hospital corpsmen, are assigned to one of the hospital's deployable plat-
See DEPLOY, Page 10
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FROM THE FLEET
I salute you, Navy ombudsmen
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
I want to take a quick
moment to ask everyone
to keep our citizens in
the Gulf Coast region in
your hearts and prayers as
they begin the slow and
painful healing process in
the aftermath of Katrina.
Helping others during a
crisis as well as day-to-day
is the topic of my column
this week. It's about a spe-
cial group of people who
spend a lot of time
talking/working with spous-
es and families about prob-
lems and their solutions, cri-
sis management, referring
issues that need the com-
mands' attention, or just
giving out some sage advice.
They celebrate their birth-
day Sept. 14.
Naturally Im referring to
the commanding officer
(CO)and command master
chief's (CMC) go-to person,
the command ombudsman.
Back in 1970, then-CNO
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt recog-
nized what a huge factor
family morale had on Sailor
morale. He realized that
without a happy family, he
wouldn't have happy Sailors
focused on a mission profes-
sionally and safely.
So on Sept. 14, 1970, he
sent out one of his famous
"Z-Grams" creating the
Navy's Ombudsman pro-
gram. Zumwalt got the idea
from a 19th century
Scandinavian custom origi-
nally established by the
king to give ordinary pri-
vate citizens a way to
express their grievances to
high government officials.
By Sarah Smiley
A after traveling to place
gal, the Middle East, A
Navy dad always told me, "An
don't know how good they
When I was still a teenage
said this, rd usually roll my
then hop into a warm shower
pink loofa and volumizing, alo
shampoo, only reinforcin
Today I am supposedly ol
wiser, although still not wo
fact, because I'm afraid to
never even been outside the
States. The only impressions
the non-American world I've
with stories and souvenirs
tances bring back from th
Each time my husband,
returns from an overseas dep
I nag him for details-"What's
like in Spain?" "Are there acti
es and buildings in Egypt?
wide-eyed child listening to a
story about three little pigs th
"They actually drive
Turkey?" I'd say. "So are the
just for show?"
I'm exposing this naive, ad
ignorant, side of myself not to
at other countries, but to il
that many Americans only kn
ways of living by what we see
vision. (So, I guess that means
ing fun at Americans.)
FLTCM(SS/SW) R.D. West
Zumwalt took the focus
away from the grievance-
processing role and put it
squarely on command com-
Still working well into the
21st century, the admiral
devised a system that pro-
vided the CO with a direct
link to the families in his or
her command. And for the
last 35 years, these spouse
volunteers have been a criti-
cal lynch pin of many suc-
As a chief of the boat and
command master chief, I
can tell you from direct
experience what a crucial
and fantastic job Navy
ombudsmen do. The com-
mand team's job was made
easier knowing that we
could rely on the ombuds-
man to hold the home front
lines and keep us locked in
to family issues and needs,
so the command triad could
intervene early if needed.
Without the support and
presence of these tremen-
dous volunteers the com-
mand was always able to
conduct the mission at hand
knowing the homefront was
well taken care of.
As the direct link to the
CO and the CMC, the
ombudsman is one of the
fastest ways we have to get
the "real" word out to our
families. We are now in a
world with 24/7 news and
the Internet that provide
families a quick venue to
communicate freely and
that is a good thing ... obvi-
ously keeping OPSEC and
INFOSEC at the forefront.
Even though we have this
almost direct access, the
real "gouge" is delivered via
the ombudsmen from the
COs about things the fami-
lies should know.
Our ombudsmen also
have to be encyclopedias,
phone books, and subject
matter experts on just about
everything. Many of our
families today are young
and new to the service. It's
hard to know where to find
things, who to talk to, and
where to go to get things
The ombudsman is that
source for information and
referral. Because ombuds-
men volunteers have lived
through many of the chal-
lenges of deployments, first-
term family issues, and the
lot, they usually know about
a variety of programs and
services Navy families can
take' advantage of.
Our Navy ombudsmen
also serve as that little
whisper in the leadership's
ear when it comes to pro-
moting the welfare and
morale of the families.
The command mission is
essential and requires a
Sailor ready to show up and
work and this is accom-
plished with the assistance.
of our volunteer ombuds-
men. If the Sailors are wor-
ried about home instead of
the mission, that's when
mistakes and accidents
could happen. The com-
mand ombudsman helps us
focus on the mission without
being overwhelmed with
But it's not all phone
numbers, newsletters, and
exchange hours. Ombuds-
men have had to deal with
very real and very serious
problems. They face the
brunt of someone's anger
and frustration simply
because they are the only
ones there. They have to
take the 2 a.m. phone calls
about a medical emergency
or death in a family.
But after 35 years, today's
ombudsman continues to be
a well trained volunteer
whose goal is only to help.
They are constantly upgrad-
ing their skills and training
through local and Navywide
programs, and they exhibit
a standard of excellence and
professionalism that I con-
sider vital to the well being
of all our Navy families -
especially during deploy-
And as the Pacific fleet
master chief, I would like to
add my voice to the many
others this Sept. 14 to say
thank you for everything
that our ombudsmen do.
It is certainly no secret
that our Navy could not do
everything we've been called
on to do these last few years
So a big "Hoo-Yah" and
"Happy Birthday" to
ombudsmen across the
Navy; without you none of
us could do our jobs nearly
ON THE HOMEFRONT
don't know how good they have it
Either way, when I was 16 (even 22) waiting for a load of laundry to dry?
years old, I couldn't imagine boiling I'm not being sarcastic. Or eve
my water before I drank it. To me, tap judgmental. After all, I've admitted
as across water was disgusting enough, let alone that third-world countries are about
a, Portu- water that hadn't come from a plastic, tangible to me as flying cows. I car
ksia-my purified bottle. That would have been even begin to put myself in the
mericans "like so third-world." I was your aver- shoes. Much as I can't imagine ti
have it." age American, unaware of how easy devastation in Mississippi an
r and he my life truly is. Louisiana, despite living through hu
eyes and Then our town was hit by Hurricane
with my Ivan last year, and suddenly I found ricane recoveries myself
e-extract myself worrying about things like dis- But if Hurricane Ivan taught n
g Dad's placed poisonous snakes, downed anything, it taught me tolerance. Ai
power lines and clean drinking water. compassion. A new way of looking
Rider and Finding a cool breeze and waiting in the world.
rldly. In line for a tank of gas became the day's Today there are thousands of peop
fly, I've tasks. We went without power for sev- in our own country struggling to fin
e United eral days, but what did it matter? No life's most basic necessities-wate
I have of one had time to read People magazine food, and shelter. These are people wl
e formed or to watch Blind Date. We were too just two weeks ago were living normt
acquain- busy finding a place for our overflow- privileged American lives.
.eir own ing garbage, finding a doctor to fill our Their situation might seem remove
prescriptions and "inventing" new to us-like scenes from another cou
Dustin, ways to wash clothes without power. try-but it shouldn't. Instead, let it 1
iloyment, "It's like living in a third-world coun- a reminder to us about the fragility
the food try," I told concerned friends when our our comforts, and how thin the line
ual hous- phone lines were finally restored. Not between "us" and "them." Let it be
?"-like a that I know what living in a third- reminder that although our country
bedtime world country is like. not impoverished, we are only o
at talk. But everything we went through in not impoverished, we are only o
cars in 2004 pales in comparison to the condi- day-one gust, one tragedy-aw
e camels tions in Mississippi and Louisiana this from being without the commoditi
month after Hurricane Katrina. we've grown accustomed to.
imittedly I wonder if people far removed from And yet it's that fragile line whii
poke fun this region can really understand the makes America what it is. It's wha
lustratee devastation. Are the stranded families most of the outside world admires. An
ow other and shattered homes mere news still, we don't know how good we've g
e on tele- blurbs on CNN? Do people watch the it.
SIm pok- reports while they are sitting in air Sarah Smiley can be reached for co
conditioned homes, sipping tea and ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.
Dear MoneyMan Read-
In the wake of Hurricane
Katrina our thoughts,
prayers, and concerns go to
the families living along the
Gulf Coast. There has been
a tremendous loss of life
and destruction of property.
The recovery will take
years. So what can we do?
President Bush identified
two organizations, the
American Red Cross and
the Salvation Army, which
have both mobilized en
masse to care for those in
In addition, the Federal
Act has provided a list of
agencies that are providing
immediate assistance to
help those affected by'
Finally, the Navy/Marine
Corps Relief Society has set
up a special account specifi-
cally to provide, financial
support to military families
impacted by the hurricane.
Please consider contact-
ing any of these organiza-
tions to see how you can
help those who have urgent
Here is how you can con-
tact these agencies:
American Red Cross -
Salvation Army -
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
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
EN115U) DEREK WICKER
NAS Jacksonville Brig
Hometown: Glennville, Ga.
Family Life: Married with two chil-
Past Duty Stations: USS Underwood
Career Plans: To retire from the Navy.
Most Interesting Experience: Guarding
oil platforms in the Persian Gulf.
Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy.
MWR Marketing Director
Hometown: Morehead City,
Family Life: Single
Past Duty Stations: "Fun Boss" on board
USS George Washington for three years.
Career Plans: To continue working for
I Most Interesting Experience: Making
two six-month ldeglQyments aboard GW in
support of Operations'Eniduing Freedom and
Operation Iraqi Freedom. It was one of the
most rewarding experiences of my life!
Words of Wisdom: Life is short. Enjoy it!
EBIS affected by Katrina
E BIS (Electronic Benefits Information System) will
be unavailable due to Hurricane Katrina. For bene-
fits transactions/questions, please utilize the
Benefits Hotline at 1-888-320-2917.
Appreciation Luncheon Sept. 21
From the NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family Support Center
The NAS Jax Annual Ombudsman Appreciation
Luncheon is scheduled for Sept. 21 at the NAS
Jacksonville Officers' Club at 11:30 a.m. This impor-
tant event will recognize the many contributions that an
ombudsman makes through out the year. Tickets are $10
and are available at NAS Jax FFSC, Building 554. The
guest speaker will be U.S. Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
FLTCM(AW/SW) Jonathan Thompson
For further information, call Wilhelmina Nash at 542-
2766, Ext. 155.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer CharlesP. "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
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Torrance Jones, a member
of the Army Reserves,
donates to the American
Red Cross Disaster Relief
Fund as AM1 (AW) Fabian
Echeverry of the VP-30
First Class Association
thanks him. Echeverry and
other members of the asso-
ciation spent Thursday and
Friday at the Navy
Exchange Gas Station col-
lecting donations to help
Hurricane Katrina victims.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Applying for FEMA assistance while away from home
From the Federal Emergency
Even if you fled ahead of
Hurricane Katrina to another
state, help is still as close as
your telephone or online computer. If
you evacuated from one of the Gulf
Coast states, and are still away from
a home or business you believe sus-
tained uninsured losses from
Hurricane Katrina, you can speed
the assistance process if you apply
right where you are before returning
home, Department of Homeland
Security's Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA) offi-
cials said today.
The president has declared areas
of Alabama, Louisiana and
Mississippi as major disaster areas.
FEMA has created two ways to
apply. You can call FEMA's toll-free
number, 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or
1-800-462-7585 for those with speech
or hearing impediments. FEMA spe-
cialists will be working around the
clock seven days a week taking
application information until further
For those with access to a comput-
er with Internet connections, appli-
cations can be filed at FEMA's Web
site, www.fema.gov where home page
instructions at the "Online
Individual Assistance Center" will
lead applicants to the right place. If
you do not have a computer with
you, they are generally available at
public libraries. Many commercial
office suppliers and motels also have
If you have the information below
ready, it will speed the telephone
process. But heavy telephone traffic
caused by the large number of appli-
cations may cause delays. To avoid
such delays, place your calls well
before dawn or after sunset.
Be ready to provide such informa-
Your mailing address
A telephone number where
you can be reached
Your social security number
An indication of your income
Any insurance information
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Hurricane shelter volunteers needed
volunteers are needed to man the NAS Jax hurricane
shelters at Argyle and Chimney Lakes Elementary
Schools if the base is evacuated. Volunteers will be
required to attend a three-hour training session provided
by the Red Cross. The class is free.
As a volunteer in a shelter, the Red Cross will provide all
shelter supplies including food. A police officer and nurse or
emergency medical technician will also be assigned to the
shelter to help with emergencies.
For more information or to volunteer, call DCCS(SW)
Matthew Melott at 542-5595 or 542-2451, Ext. 20 or email.
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licensed health care professionals to volunteer
their time and expertise. Licensed health care profes-
sionals who want to volunteer should call 1-800-272-
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NAVFAC deploys teams to assist
Gulf Coast military installations
From Naval Facilities Engineering
Command Public Affairs
Naval Facilities Engineering
Command (NAVFAC) Damage
Assessment Teams (DAT) from
across the nation have deployed to
Gulf Coast naval installations ravaged
by Hurricane Katrina Aug. 31.
The teams will offer engineering and
contracting support to affected instal-
"Our team is prepared to provide
immediate damage assessments for
the installation commanders," said Lt.
Cmdr. Darren Sweet, from NAVFAC
Southern Division in Charleston, S.C.
"We want to assist the local bases by
offering the very best engineering and
contracting support in their recovery
Twenty-four hours after Hurricane
Katrina came ashore in New Orleans,
N AS Jacksonville will hold a POW/MIA Recogni-
tion Observance aboard the base Sept. 16 at 10
a.m. at the All Saints Chapel. The event will
honor all Americans who are former POWs, as well as
those who are still unaccounted for and their families.
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton will participate in
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 Escape."
Seventy-three prisoners had tunneled out a few months
earlier. He was liberated in April 1945 by Gen. George
S. Patton's 14th Armored Division of the Third Army.
A native of Charleroi, Pa., he enlisted in the Army Air
Corps in August 1942, two months after graduating
from high school. He was commissioned a second lieu-
tenant at Ellington Field, Texas, and assigned to B-26
"Martin Marauder" operational training at Lakeland,
Fla. In January 1944, he flew to Stanstead, England,
where in March he began combat flights over Europe.
He was shot down on his 23rd mission.
Horn separated from service in December 1945 and
accepted a reserve commission the next year. He gradu-
ated from Pennsylvania State University in June 1949
with a bachelor of science degree in aeronautical engi-
He was called back to active duty for two years during
the Korean conflict, retiring from the USAF in May
1967 after 20 years of service. During his civilian career
he worked as a USAF civilian employee at Wright-
Patterson AFB, Ohio, as an aero propulsion engineer.
Following his retirement from civilian government
service he joined Pratt & Whitney in November 1979,
working on F100 engines in F-15 and F-16 aircraft. He
retired from the private sector in 1991.
Horn is a member of the Military Officers Association
of America, the Order of Daedalians, the Caterpillar
Club, and the American Ex-POWs and is a past
Commander of the Suncoast Chapter of the American
Ex-POWs. He is also a volunteer at the West Palm
Beach Veterans Administration Medical Center.
The observance will include the POW Pledge of
Allegiance, led by retired Chief Ordnanceman Carl "Ed"
Creamer, a former Japanese POW. While a third class
petty officer during World War II, his PBY was shot
down in the Bering Sea. One of three survivors from
the crew of nine, he was picked up by a Japanese
Cruiser. He was moved through seven Japanese POW
camps, two of which were bombed by the Allies who did
not know POWs were in the area. He retired from the
U.S. Navy in 1960.
Creamer will be assisted by his sons, retired Chief
Ordnanceman Roger Creamer and retired Chief
Aviation Electronics Technician Richard Creamer. Both
are Vietnam veterans.
At the end of the observance the NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department will render honors with a 21-gun
salute, followed by a missing man formation flyover of
SH-60B Seahawk helicopters by the "Airwolves" of HSL-
40 based at NS Mayport.
POW/MIA observances are held nationally and reaf-
firm a promise to fallen comrades, "you are not forgot-
ten." Military and civilian employees are encouraged to
attend. The military attire for participants is summer
whites, working uniform for guests and appropriate
attire for civilians.
Family housing fire inspection announced
From the NASjax
Station fire department
personnel are conducting
an annual family housing
inspection for residents liv-
ing aboard NAS Jax this
month. If residents are not
home when NAS Jax Fire
tives stop by, a call back
slip will be left on the door.
Residents can call 542-
2783/3928 or 542-2451/
2452, Ext. 10 to reschedule
Fire Department person-
nel will be in uniform and
will conduct the inspection
only in the presence of an
adult. The inspections are
being done to ensure maxi-
mum safety of all housing
residents through normal
good housekeeping prac-
tides and to inform resi-
deits of actions to be taken
in the event a fire or other
emergency occur in the
home. Home smoke and
carbon monoxide alarms
will also be tested to ensure
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NAVFAC DATs were en route to the
Gulf Coast naval installations with
structural and mechanical engineers,
architects, roofing specialists and con-
struction contract specialists from
NAVFAC commands in Charleston,
S.C.; Jacksonville; Norfolk, Va.; Port
Hueneme, Calif.; Great Lakes, Ill., and
NAS Pensacola will be the staging
area for the teams as they move west-
ward into the affected areas. The
teams, traveling by trucks or vans, will
use military air transportation as nec-
essary to get to their destinations.
While Sweet's team is assessing the
damages, Capt. Paul Walden, Navy
Region Southeast Regional Engineer,
will be sending another NAVFAC team
to Naval Construction Battalion
Center Gulfport, Miss.
This team will ensure the installa-
tion operations and facilities are able
Officials address defense
pay issues in Katrina's wake
From American Forces
Banks and credit un-
ions in Louisiana,
Alabama, and Mis-
sissippi have implemented
contingency procedures in
the wake of Hurricane
Katrina that will mean a
normal payday for those
expecting Defense Finance
and Accounting Service
automatic deposits Sept. 1,
DFAS officials announced
DFAS has completed pay-
roll for the Sept. 1 payday,
officials said. Electronic
funds transfers have been
provided to the Federal Re-
serve banks, and Treasury
checks have been mailed.
The Federal Reserve
Bank, the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp. and the
Banking and Credit Union
Associations have imple-
mented procedures to pull
the EFT files into their
alternate banking and cred-
it union sites where possi-
ble, officials explained.
For those expecting deliv-
ery of checks by mail in the
declared disaster areas,
local information is the best
source for determining
when mail delivery will be
resumed in their area, offi-
cials said. DFAS officials
recommended that military
members or civilian
employees who cannot
access an account in the
Hurricane Katrina disaster
area contact the home office
of their financial institution
and then their local finance
office if they need money
now. The finance office can
provide for a partial or
casual payment, in cash.
The cash payments will be
deducted from future pay,
DCHD coordinating health care
services to hurricane victims
^nr nhe devastation brought by Katrina compels
everyone to do what they can to help people who
have been evacuated or displaced from their
communities," said DCHD director Dr. Jeff Goldhagen.
"We are faced with a situation where many of these vic-
tims who are now in our county may be in need of health
care. The following phone number, 630-3346, can be
accessed to help them get the care they need.
The Duval County Health Department (DCHD), in col-
laboration with our medical community and hospitals, is
implementing a system to assist displaced persons from
the Gulf Coast with finding urgent medical and dental
services. If you have been displaced from your home due to
Hurricane Katrina and have medical questions or need
urgent medical or dental services for you or your children,
please call 630-3346. Our medical and dental community
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(Lt.) Troy Todd
NAS Jax Chapel
he nation stood anx-
iously by, waiting for
the sunlight to reveal
the blow that Hurricane
Katrina brought to the Gulf
Coast Communities. The
eyes of the world waited to
see and hear the news
about how the people in the
impact areas had made out.
I remember seeing the rav-
aged landscape with deso-
late people without homes,
food, and water. My heart
was troubled because
everything appeared so
bleak and unfathomable.
When we hear about fel-
low Americans who are suf-
fering, our hearts are
moved with compassion. We
are moved because we can
imagine how devastating it
would be to be without a
home, to not be able to take
a shower and put on clean
clothes and to not have any
food nor drink. The home
place is a special part of our
lives because it holds so
many memories. Family
heirlooms, grandpa's watch,
grandmother's Bible and
precious family pictures are
all gone in an instance
when a storm blows in
Houses blown off their
foundations. Homes splin-
tered into particles. Homes
submerged. This past week
has been overwhelming.
How do we respond? What
can we do? Perhaps the
best answer that I can give
is that of the thoughts and
attitude which stems from
a simple everyday word.
The word empathy is best
understood as that.of trying
to wear another person's
shoes, to sense his pain and
loss. Americans are called
to be moved by empathy
Pity is a posture that sits
back and expresses sorrow
but takes no steps of action.
When a person has a pos-
ture of empathy, then he
takes a plan of action for
finding measures of help in
order to reduce the pain
and loss that another per-
son has gone through.
Thank God, NAS Jax has a
multitude of people who are
embracing a posture of
Walking the hangar
decks this past week, I have
had numerous people come
to me and request prayers
for their family members.
One person told me that he
had not heard from his par-
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ents, another person had
grandparents missing, and
yet another had not heard
from her mother, sibling
and other relatives. As a
chaplain, I helped people
make a connection, from a
person who had over-
whelming emotions from
not hearing from family
members to other people
who were experiencing the
same anxious pain.
What I discovered about
these people was that their
color of skin, ethnicity, and
religion no longer mattered.
The most important thing
was the pain in their hearts
as they longed to hear from
their relatives. I watched
people who did not know
each other reach out and
embrace one another and
invite another person to
their home, because they
were walking the same
path of anxious concerns
for their family members.
One petty officer reached
out with open arms to
another shipmate for they
both shared similar con-
cerns for their family mem-
bers in New Orleans.
Walking the hangar deck or
covering the chapel, I soon
discovered that this was
not an isolated problem
about people who lived over
there. No, this storm had
impacted the roots of
Sailors here at NAS Jax
who grew up in those states
that were hit by the storm.
On Thursday, my hangar
office was buzzing with
activity with people coming
by longing for hope, need-
ing inspiration, or seeking
ways that they could send
help. The phones at the
chapel have been steadily
ringing as our chaplain
assistants have been busy
directing people where they
can take water, food, toys,
clothes, and hygiene items.
I have been deeply moved
to walk in the entrance of
our chapel and realize we
were running out of room
as cars and trucks have
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been unloading there sup-
port with items to help
People from all walks of
life have been collecting
clothes, buying cases of
water, packs of diapers, and
taking quality clothes and
blankets to give to their fel-
low Americans in need. I
have met civilians dropping
off supplies, enlisted and
officers, all willing to give.
One sailor told me that his
children wanted to make a
difference so he walked
their neighborhood to gath-
er all that he could in order
to help the people who now
stood in desperate need
after the storm. Children
moved with empathy, find-
ing a way to make a differ-
ence, willing to knock on
doors that resulted in fill-
ing the back of a mid-sized
My military pride is
empowered and swells, as I
meet people here on base
who have empathy and are
structuring ways that they
can help make a difference.
The overarching pride that
gives me a high spirit in
such a desolate time is that
of Americans of all ages
joining together to send
help and make a difference.
It will be a long struggle to
rebuild both homes and
communities. My prayer is
that empathy will continue
to direct our hearts for the
long run and not just the
immediate time frame. May
we never grow tired nor
weary for helping another
family, fellow Americans
reclaim their place in life as
they rebuild beyond devas-
Always remember: "Never
deprive someone of hope; it
might be all they have" (H.
Jackson Brown, Jr.)
Comments, concerns and
prayer requests may be sent to
Chaplain Todd at: troy.todd@
able by competent authority due to the
effects of the hurricane.
Dependents of uniformed personnel will
be processed for safe haven allowances in
accordance with established regulations
(JFTR, Chapter 6, Part B). Allowances may
not exceed 180 days from the date depend-
ents arrive at their alternate safe haven
Those affected by this policy are author-
ized up to two months of advance pay (37
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Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) has
authorized dependents of military
service members who were ordered to
evacuate military installations in
Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, due
to Hurricane Katrina, to select an alter-
nate safe haven within the continental
Tallahassee had been the official safe
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reduce consumers' debts have
settled Federal Trade
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deceptive claims violated federal
law and harmed consumers who
engaged the defendants' services
and stopped contacting creditors.
The defendants are barred from
advertising or participating in
any debt negotiation business in
In February 2004, the FTC
filed charges against Todd A.
Baker; another individual, who
settled with the Commission in
February 2004; and two compa-
nies they owned or controlled,
Innovative Systems Technology,
Inc., -which did business as
Briggs & Baker; and Debt
Resolution Specialists, Inc.
(DRS). The FTC alleged that,
since 1999, the defendants false-
ly claimed that they could sub-
stantially reduce consumers'
debts. According to the FTC, con-
sumers who responded to the
defendants' radio and Internet
ads were told that Briggs &
Baker and DRS would negotiate
with consumers' creditors and
settle their debts for a fraction of
the amount owed. The FTC
alleged that, once consumers
signed up for these programs,
Briggs & Baker and DRS told
consumers to end all contact
with their creditors and stop
making payments on those
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that the defendants did not
negotiate with consumers' credi-
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sumers' debts as advertised, and
that consumers who stopped
communicating with their credi-
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debt, sometimes forced to pay
additional charges and incur fur-
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announced today resolve the
FTC's charges against all
remaining defendants in this
matter. The first order, against
Baker and DRS, permanently
bars them from advertising or
selling any debt negotiation
services in the future. Baker is
currently a debtor in a Chapter 7
bankruptcy case. The Baker-DRS
order stipulates that the FTC
will hold a general unsecured
claim in Baker's bankruptcy case
of $8,959,860, the total estimat-
ed amount of consumer injury in
this case, and can participate in
any distribution on that claim. It
also contains standard record
keeping and reporting require-
ments to assist the FTC in moni-
The second stipulated final
order prohibits Innovative
Systems Technology already
shuttered in another Chapter 7
bankruptcy case from conduct-
ing any further business whatso-
ever. Both orders bar the defen-
dants from selling any lists of
TRICARE benefits continue for
those affected by hurricane
RICARE Management Activity (TMA) request. ESI is also updating patient infor-
assures its beneficiaries and their mation to include temporary mailing
families affected by Hurricane addresses so prescriptions will reach the
Katrina that their health care benefits will beneficiaries at their new location. For
be maintained and service and support will more information about the mail order
continue during this time of tragedy. pharmacy benefit, beneficiaries may call 1-
Affected beneficiaries enrolled in TRI- 866-DOD-TMOP (1-866-363-8667).
CARE Standard, a fee-for-service option, The TRICARE Web site,
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(HMHS) at 1-800-444-5445 for more infor- counseling and assistance coordinators,
mation or to find a provider in their area. debt collection assistance officers and fami-
The TRICARE mail order pharmacy con- ly support representatives at local military
tractor, Express Scripts, Inc. (ESI), is active- installations. If beneficiaries are unable to
ly transferring prescriptions to retail phar- obtain assistance at any of the named
macies for those beneficiaries who partici- resources, they may call 1-800-DOD-
pate in the program, upon the beneficiary's CARES.
HRO support team established
Resources Office (HRO) has
established a forward
deployed Human Resource
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site at CBC Gulfport, Miss.
HRO also has a HR
Operational Support Team
located aboard CNRSE. The
HRO practitioners are dedi-
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required by employees
impacted by Hurricane
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Hurricane victims medically
evacuated to NAS Jacksonville
By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
orty-two victims of Hurricane Katrina
were medically evacuated to Jackson-
ville on Sept. 4 arriving at NAS Jack-
sonville at about 7:30 a.m. The evacuated
patients were flown to Jacksonville aboard
an Air Force C-130 aircraft from New
The casualties consisted of 31 litter
patients and 11 walking patients. The City
of Jacksonville implemented its mass casu-
alty incident plan and mobilized emergency
response assets from the entire community
to assist in this effort. This involved
receipt, triage and transport of these
patients to appropriate care facilities. NAS
Jacksonville, working with the City of
Jacksonville, stands ready to accept more
evacuees if called upon as this crisis devel-
Agencies involved included City of
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue, the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, the
Jacksonville Transportation Authority
(JTA) all of the private ambulance services
in the city as well as volunteers from such
organizations as the Salvation Army and
the American Red Cross. Nearly every pri-
vate sector hospital in the city was on call
to receive patients. Navy assets were also
brought to bear including base security and
fire department personnel, NAS Jax Sailors
and its tenant commands who served as lit-
ter bearers on the flightline and Naval
Hospital Jacksonville emergency response
personnel who helped coordinate the evolu-
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. Chip Dobson said of Navy involve-
-ment, "I think like anyone in the country or
in the world watching things on TV this
week your heart has to go out to these peo-
-ple. And people want to do something. So
'to be able to be part of this and to be able to
say, 'OK, this planeload of people are in a
better place because they're here in a local
Jacksonville hospital' feels good. It feels
good to be part of it. We hope to be able to
do as much as we can."
Dobson also said things seemed to go
smoothly "We got the people out in an
orderly manner and got them sorted out to
where they need to go," he said.
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Division
Chief of Rescue Charles Moreland, the inci-
dent commander handling the medical
movement of all the patients from the
scene, agreed. Moreland coordinated get-
ting the patients from the aircraft to the
ground transport vehicles and out the gates
to area hospitals.
"It's been great!" Moreland said. "I think
every agency was good. I think everyone
understands that we have a critical mission
to get accomplished and everyone pulls
together to get it accomplished in as short a
time as possible. All the family members
were out and headed either to the hospital
or to a shelter and all the patients were
'taken to the appropriate hospital in less
than an hour," he noted.
tTo accomplish this, transport vehicles and
EMT crews from nearly every ambulance
service in the city were called up and virtu-
ally every hospital in the city prepared to
take patients. Care was taken to distribute
the patient load evenly so as' not to over-
whelm any one medical facility.
Consideration of the patient's acuity was
a key element in deciding where they would
be sent. "Patients with specific conditions
might have to go to a more acute facility,"
Moreland explained, "such as a stroke cen-
ter." He added, "Mostly what he saw were
patients who seemed to be suffering from
conditions such as dehydration. Others
needed dialysis. Some had just poor health
in general and their entire medical history
dictated that they needed to be evaluated. A
few had diabetes and their sugar level
might have been a low, so they needed to be
evaluated at a hospital, especially if they
had not been able to take their medicines."
In addition, to caring for the patients, the
team was also prepared to care for family
members accompanying their loved ones.
The JTA provided 15 full-capacity buses
that could hold about 40 people each as
well as five special needs vehicles to trans-
port family members to shelters.
Moreland explained, "Normally one fami-
ly member is allowed to go with the patient
to the hospital if there is a need for that to
PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
ABH2 Thomas Raye of NAS Jax Air Operations directs a C-130 from Air Force Reservist
Command 94th Airlift Wing at Dobbins Air Force Base Marietta, Ga. to its parking place near
Hangar 116. The aircraft transported 42 medical evacuees, 11 of which were in critical condi-
tion, from New Orleans to the base Sunday.
Photo by PH3 David Didier
Dana Shropshire, Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville's disaster response officer, comforts
one of the hurricane evacuees Sunday at
Photo by PH2 Andrea Decanini
Members of Air Force Reservist Command 94th Airlift Wing from Dobbins Air Force Base
Marietta, Ga. assist in transporting 42 medical evacuees, 11 of which were in critical condi-
tion from New Orleans to NAS Jacksonville. Sailors, firemen and emergency medical techni-
cians work together to assist evacuees in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
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Photo by PH2 Lynn Friant
A paramedic checks a patient's pulse rate
after he was evacuated from New Orleans to
NAS jax Sept. 4.
Photo by PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
NAS Jax personnel direct medical evacuees
and their families to Hangar 116 after they
arrived here Sunday from New Orleans.
take place. The other family members will
go to the shelter where they can get cleaned
up. Then a JTA bus
goes around and
picks them up and
brings them to the -
hospital where they
can be with their
family member. That
way they get a
chance to get cleaned
up, get a meal and
spend time with S
their family before -.
going back to the
shelter to rest."
Naval Hospital Jack-
response officer, said
after the last patient
had left the flight
line, "I'm very proud
of Jacksonville to-
day. We have the
best, most dedicated "'- -
teams in the United
States as far as I'm Ag
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Photo by PH2 Andrea Decanini
Paramedics from the City of Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department assists in the transport
of arriving evacuees to local area hospitals Sunday in the wake of the devastation caused by
Hurricane Katrina on the Golf Coast.
JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 8, 2005 9
Photo by PH3 David Didier
A row of ambulances lines up waiting to transport the victims.
Photo by PH2 Lynn Friant
HM1 Maybeline Peterson of Patient Administration
Department at Naval Hospital Jacksonville processes one of
the medical evacuees inside NAS Jacksonville Hangar 116.
Photo by PH2 Lynn Friant
Medical personnel gather information from one of the victims
at Hangar 116.
PH3 David Didier
Emergency medical personnel transport an elderly victim to
an awaiting ambulance.
PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
NAS jax Sailors carry a victim of Huricane Katrina into a
staging area inside Hanger 116.
PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
Sailors,'firemen and emergency medical technicians work
together to assist evacuees upon their arrival at NAS Jax
Sunday. The victims were then transported to area hospitals.
Photo by PH3 David Didier
NAS Jacksonville Sailors move an evacuee arriving on a C-130
from New Orleans into Hanger 116.
PH2(AW/SW) Andrea Decanini
City of Jacksonville emergency medical personnel secure a
victim before loading her in an ambulance for transport to an
Photo by PH2 Lynn Friant
A City of Jacksonville Fire Department paramedic assists an
unidentified elderly woman from New Orleans, La. upon
arriving at NAS Jacksonville Sunday aboard a C-130 from Air
Force Reservist Command 94th Airlift Wing at Dobbins Air
Force Base Marietta, Ga.
HURRICANE: Victims airlifted to NAS Jax
From Page 1
family has an idea. "The whole area is completely
destroyed. I haven't seen it, but was told our hous-
ing area is completely gone. It was swept away by
the waves," said Col. Norma Allgood of the 81st
Medical Group at Keesler Air Force Base, who
came here with her husband, Eric and son, Lian.
"But my story is minor compared to the hundreds
of families who lost everything at the post."
Allgood added that her biggest priority right now
is to get her husband the medical attention he
needs and then return to her command to help
For Staff Sgt. Shonda Blanks, getting her family
back together is her main concern. "Unfortunately,
my husband and two other children had to stay
behind because they didn't have room on the
plane. So, I came here with my 3-year-old daugh-
ter, lyana, who needs medical care and they
stayed in Gulfport," she explained. "We were in a
shelter when the hurricane hit and I have no idea
what happened to our home. My family planned to
go back to the shelter, but I haven't been able to
Other Jacksonville area naval commands also
are assisting the victims of Hurricane Katrina. A
team of 84 medical personnel from Naval Hospital
Jacksonville deployed Thursday to NAS
Pensacola. Seven personnel from Public Works
Center Jacksonville, Resident Officer in Charge of
Construction and Commander, Navy Region
Southeast are also headed to the Gulf Coast area.
Naval Station Mayport has deployed aircraft
and crews from Helicopter Antisubmarine Wing
Atlantic to assist with search and rescue efforts
and NSB Kings Bay, Ga. has deployed a public
works officer and 26 members of Construction
Battalion Maintenance Unit 202 Detachment.
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
HN Tommy Scyffore (left) and HM3 Michael Riley of the NAS jax Branch Medical Clinic, help Eric Lauderdale, 44, onto a stretcher to
be transported to Naval Hospital Jacksonville for evaluation. L Jerdale was one of four victims of Hurricane Katrina who was flown
from Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Miss. to NAS Jax Aug. 31.
10 Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 8, 2005
DONATIONS: Goods pouring in
From Page 1
According to McCarthy,
thousands and thousands of
pieces of goods have been
donated, but there is room
for much more. "The public's
generosity has been very
strong. We are receiving
calls from every corner of
the community, from people
and businesses wishing to
donate," McCarthy added.
"Additionally, I want every-
one who is supporting our
operation to know that his
or her donations are making
Area restaurants, includ-
ing Dick's Wings, Beach
Diner, Subway and McDon-
ald's also are assisting the
USO by providing meals.
The military families
arriving at NAS Jackson-
ville and NS Mayport are
frustrated and tired. The
efforts of the local USO
chapter and that of the NAS
Chapel are helping those
families who endured the
wrath of Hurricane. Katrina
regain their dignity.
"Last night, at the
Mayport Branch, we fed 40
families and had babies
sleeping on mats," re-
marked an emotional
McCarthy. "When I looked
at their faces, they remind-
ed me that despite of the
chaos around us, there is
hope in the world."
'RP2(AW/SW) Rosa Perez
of the NAS Jacksonville
Chapel decided she needed
to help her shipmates after
watching the reports coming
out of the affected area.
2"When the news media
began broadcasting the dev-
astation that Hurricane
Katrina had caused on the
Gulf Coast and our former
Command Chaplain Father
John Lyle called from
Glulfport, Miss. to tell us
hbw bad things were, I
knew I had to do some-
thing," she said. "So I dis-
cussed the idea of collecting
goods for the victims with
my chaplain, and here we
are. Just look around, the
rows of donated goods just
keep coming. We are split-
ting them between the USO
and the Salvation Army."
Additionally, the NAS
Chapel will be holding a
special cash collection for
military hurricane victims
during their Catholic,
Protestant and Episcopal
Sunday services this
ATC(AW/SW) Lynn Smith
of Southeast Regional
Calibration Center is one of
the thousands of people who
have come forward to
donate. "I watched the peo-
ple who were being inter-
viewed on television and
decided to make a donation
in the hopes that it will help
them and also aid in cutting
down the desperation and
the looting," he said, while
dropping off several bags of
clothing items at the NAS
Lisa Schrieber, a military
spouse from Ocean Springs,
Miss. and one of the hun-
dreds of military evacuees
arriving in Jacksonville,
praised the Navy, the USO
and the Navy/Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS) for
"The Navy gave us a place
to stay and now the
Jacksonville USO has pro-
vided us with some clothes
because we didn't have time
to pack much. The Mayport
USO is also providing us
with free hot meals," a sad-
dened Schrieber said. "I've
also been in touch with the
NS Mayport NMCRS and
they are helping us finan-
Schrieber's husband, Paul,
is a Sailor on board USS
Stephen W. Groves in
Pascagoula, Miss., which
was moved to NS Mayport
in preparation for
Schrieber originally evac-
uated here with her two
daughters, Brittany and
Mara. They stayed with a
friend until her friend's fam-
ily arrived seeking shelter
DEPLOY: Eighty-four medical personnel
from NAS Jax in hurricane zone helping
From Page 1 Jacksonville Branch Health
Clinic knows first hand
forms, Casualty Receiving what kind of devastation
and Treatment Ship Team 8 they are liable to see.
(CRTS 8). That team is just -' Simpson is from South
one of several deployable Florida and went through
platforms maintained by ':'. Hurricane Andrew. He also
Naval Hospital Jackson- had family living in Pensa-
ville as part of its dual mis- -"- cola when Hurricane Ivan
sion. The hospital's staff Photo by HM1 Michael Morgan struck last year. Simpson
stands ready to place "mud- HM2 Simon Gutierrez marks said knowing the suffering
dy boots" on the ground his seabag in the midst of that people experience led
wherever and whenever the others ready for the Hurri- him to volunteer for this
Navy needs Naval Medicine cane Katrina relief deploy- mission. He said, "I just
assets while continuing to ment. wanted to do something."
deliver world-class health and get back soon." Her Besides deploying this
care to beneficiaries at husband Lavell, who was on group to the Gulf Coast
home. hand with their two-year- Naval Hospital Jackson-
USS Bataan is one of sev- old daughter Alex to see her ville currently has more
erat Navy ships deployed to off, said of his wife going on than 100 people deployed in
the hurricane relief effort. this mission, "It's all right other areas of the world
Bataan is a multi-purpose with me as long as it is including Iraq. Fifteen more
amphibious assault ship going to help people." assigned to the hospital's
that is primarily designed to HM3 Brian Simpson who Fleet Hospital platform
put Marine forces ashore by is deploying from the NAS deployed to Kuwait Sept. 4.
air and sea with helicopters,
landing craft and amphibi-
ous vehicles. The ship also
serves as a fully-equipped
hospital ship capable of han-
dling large numbers of casu-
Joseph Paulding is serving
as the team's officer in
charge. Paulding said he
feels good about his mission.
"It's true that we will go
anywhere we need to go," he
said, "but when you go to
help someone in your own
country, in your own back-
yard, it gives you a good
feeling inside that you're
doing the right thing, for a
really good purpose."
Paulding pointed out that
the team includes just about
every specialty that might
be needed in such a mission
- general surgeons, orthope-
dic surgeons, family practice
cology specialists, anesthesi-
ologists and more.
HM2 Kimberly Guyton also
said that despite the chal-
lenges she is happy to be
able to help the victims of
"I think it is good to go
and help the people in need
now," she said. "It's going to
be a big challenge. I don't
really know what to expect
sol hope all goes well and
we're able to help them out
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and she and her daughters
had to move to the barracks
at Mayport. "Our whole life
has been turned upside
down," she added. "A neigh-
bor said our house was
flooded from tidal surge and
is full of mud."
NAS Jax NMCRS Direc-
tor Dave Faraldo explained
that what NMCRS is doing
nationwide is taking care of
those who were evacuated
from the Gulf Coast region
by ensuring they have ade-
quate shelter and food and
replacing their clothing.
"We're setting them up in
area hotels that offer dis-
counts on a case-by-case
basis. We've seen 40 cases as
of today (Friday) and expect
to see many, many more,"
The warfighter's well
being is a cause close to the
hearts of the military and
civilian personnel attached
to the base. These people
are resilient and united and
their contributions to the.
victims of Hurricane
Katrina are setting a new
"The response to our oper-
ations has been unprece-
dented," McCarthy stated.
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Navy Exchange (NEX) Distribution Center Employees Chuck
Sanders, in truck, and Carl Stoehr, right, and Greater
Jacksonville Area USO Deputy Director Sonya Kutsch, center,
unload boxes of food items donated by NEX employees at the
NAS Jax USO parking lot.
"Our offices are being
swamped with numerous
phone calls from Sailors,
local groups and businesses
wishing to help. We have
volunteers here, right now,
bringing grocery items and
preparing homemade meals
for the evacuated families
and we welcome them."
Janet Pigford, a manage-
ment analyst at
Commander, Navy Region
Southeast, was one of the
civilian employees making a
donation. "I feel like I need
to do something for. the vic-
tims and since I cannot be
physically there, I decided to
gather clothing items and
donate them," she said, as
her voice cracked.
According to USO offi-
cials, Operation Lend a
Hand will remain opera-
tional as long as there is a
"This is the time to unite
and help those whose lives
have been destroyed. The
Greater Jacksonville Area
USO in partnership with
hundreds of selfless volun-
teers and local business, will
keep Operation Lend a
Hand going around the
clock as long as there is a
military evacuee in need,"
said McCarthy. "
Due to the overwhelming
amount of clothing items
received, clothing donations
To make a donation or for
further information, call the
USO at 778-2821 or 246-
3481, or the NAS Jax
Chapel at 542-3440/3051.
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Protect your front-loading washing machine during a move
By NAVSUP Corporate
E ver sat in a laundromat, watch-
ing through the washer's glass
portal as your clothes tumbled
in sudsy water? That machine was a
front-loading washer, and we used to
only see them in laundromats. But
more and more Navy families use
front-loading washers at home too.
Front-loading washers are expen-
sive appliances. Prices can range from
$700 to $1,800 or more. Regardless of
the price, many consumers are willing
to pay more up front to gain energy
savings over the life of the machine.
"Families who own front-loading
washers need to protect these expen-
sive appliances. That can be a chal-
lenge if you move often, as our Navy
families do," notes Ron Fevola, the
Naval Supply Systems Command's
(NAVSUP) Household Goods Director.
There is one simple thing you can
do to protect a front-loading washer
when moving: save the original ship-
ping bolts, spacers, and wrenches pro-
vided with the machine.
When you install a new front-load-
ing washer, you will find several ship-
ping bolts. These secure the drum
during shipping to avoid damaging
the washer's internal mechanisms. To
avoid damage during a later move,
you will need to re-attach these same
Top-loading washers must be
secured for shipping as well, but that
is easily done with commonly avail-
able foam or other packing material.'
When movers pack a top-loading
washer, they use a special material
called "washer pack" to secure the
washer's drum and agitator.
But movers usually don't have
replacement bolts to secure a front-
loading washer for moving. If you lose
the shipping bolts and special
wrench, you will have to contact the
manufacturer to replace them. These
items generally are not available at
hardware or appliance stores. If you
have to move on a short deadline, you
may not have time to wait for the
bolts to arrive from the manufacturer.
So save the original shipping bolts.
After installing a front-loading wash-
er, simply place the shipping bolts,
spacers, and wrench in a small bag.
Label the bag and store it with the
washing machine instructions, or
affix the bag to the machine where it
won't interfere with its operation.
"Also, when you make your move
application, let the personal property
counselor know you have a front-load-
ing washer. This is a good time to
make sure you have the necessary
bolts, spacers, and wrench,"
NAVSUP's Fevola said. When the
movers call or visit to conduct their
pre-move survey, ensure they also
know you have a front-loading washer
and whether or not you have the
required shipping bolts, he advised.
These simple acts can help you
avoid damage to your expensive
appliance and save you from last-
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For more information on Household
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USO offers Jaguars tickets to active duty
Rally Jacksonville invites
all children entering
kindergarten in 2006 to enroll ,,
in Mayor Peyton's Book Club,,,
From the Jacksonville Children's Commission
J acksonville Mayor John Peyton's invites every child
entering kindergarten in 2006 to enroll as a mem-,:
ber of Mayor Peyton's Book Club. Enrollment .
events are planned for Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at-,
selected Jacksonville Public Library Branches.
New members will receive a backpack filled with fun
reading tools, along with the first book in an original .
series of children's books about Jacksonville. Additional
books in the series will be mailed each month.
Membership in the club as well as all materials and
books are completely free.
On Sept. 10, families can sign up for Mayor Peyton's
Book Club at these
Jacksonville Public Library Branches:
San Marco Branch
Pablo Creek Regional
University Park Branch
Webb Wesconnett Regional
After Sept. 10 and through November, three sites will
offer Book Club enrollment, Monday through Friday,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. These sites are Pablo Creek ..
Regional. West Regional, and the Jax Kids Campus. ,,
For more information, call the Jacksonville Children's
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From the USO
he USO sells tickets
to every Jaguars
home game (includ-
ing 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.
For more information,
call Sonya at 778-2821.
The following is the
upcoming season schedule:
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
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Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
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Marine Corps half marathon scheduled
Attention all runners. The
Marines have landed again.
The second annual
Jacksonville Marine Corps Half
Marathon and Freedom 5K Run
will be held Oct. 1, at 7 a.m.
The race course will begin at the
Veterans Memorial Wall on the
west side of Alltel Stadium and
finish at Metropolitan Park. To
participate in the 13.1-mile race
or the Freedom 5K, sign up at any
of the three 1st Place Sports loca-
tions or log on to www.lstplaces-
ports.com, until Sept. 30. Race day
registration will begin at 5:30 a.m.
at the Veteran's Memorial Wall.
Race profits will be donated to
Freedom Alliance Scholarship
Fund, providing scholarships to
dependent children of service
members from all the branches of
the military, who have been killed
or permanently disabled in the
line of duty.
Cash prizes will.be awarded to
the top three male and female fin-
ishers. Plaques will also be award-
ed for the top three finishers in all
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This bereavement camp.for
children ages six through 16 will
be held Sept. 16-18. Volunteers
are needed in the following posi-
tions: cabin leaders, assistants,
registration and greeters.
Training is required. For details
call Jennifer Matthews at 596-
Against Breast Cancer
On Sept. 24, thousands of
people will gather in Memorial
Park in Riverside to participate
in a monumental cancer
fundraising and awareness
event. This walk starts at 9 a.m.
and registration begins at 7:30
a.m. Volunteers are needed for
a variety of duties. For more
information, call Chris Hunter at
398-0537, Ext. 326.
Volunteers are needed for the
Jacksonville Zoo's 17th annual
Spooktacular Fall Festival,
which runs Oct. 21-23 and Oct.
During August and
September, help is needed
preparing for the event including
artwork, set construction and
painting. During the event, help
is needed with pumpkin carving
Oct. 20 and Oct. 27. Volunteers
will also help pass out candy,
assist with rides and serve as
costumed actors. For more infor-
mation, call 757-4463, Ext. 176.
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
cal information and good humor
to bring works of art to life.
If you are interested in volun-
teering, please contact Susan
Gallo by phone at 899-6006 or
by e-mail at sgallo@cummer.
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Sailors Aweigh Pi
From the USO
he Sailors Aweigh Program, spon-
sored 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 families of deployed Sailors
and deployable Sailors, with priority give
to deployed Sailors' families. It is designed
for children ages 9-16.
Children can go with or without a par-
ent, as chaperones will be provided or par-
ents can accompany their children as a
chaperone. Each chaperone will supervise
three to five children, so there will be plen-
ty of supervision.
Free transportation will be provided to
all participants in the program, and is a
requirement of the program. A Navy bus
will be stationed each game day near the
Navy Federal Credit Union ATM Machine
in the Exchange/Commissary parking lot.
For games starting at 1 p.m., participants
are asked to arrive at 10:45 a.m. For
games starting at 4 p.m., participants are
asked to arrive 1:45 p.m. The bus will
depart as soon as all participants are on
The Sailors Aweigh T-shirts provided
free of charge by the USO must be worn by
all attendees throughout the game. The T-
shirts will be distributed to each partici-
pant on the bus. Participants agree to
remain in the designated seating area
throughout the game, and will ride the bus
back to the base following the game.
Additionally, each child will be provided
with $10 worth of Jaguar dollars courtesy of
the USO. Jaguar dollars may be used to pur-
of VP-30 wash
program coming up
.chase food or merchandise at the stadium.
Before departure, each Sailors Aweigh
participant recites a pledge to "abstain
from using drugs, alcohol, or tobacco." The
stadium seats assigned to the Sailors
Aweigh participants are in the "Honor
Rows" section, and this is a great environ-
ment to enjoy the game.
Deployed Sailors' families will have pri-
ority for participation in the program.
Sailors on sea duty but not presently
deployed may be put on a waiting list that
will be eligible to fill the balance of the
seats not filled by deployed families by the
Wednesday before the game, and to serve
as the waiting list to fill in slots on game
day by families who do not show.
Individual status will be confirmed before
being placed on the actual "going to the
If an individual deployed unit would like
to make this a command event, arrange-
ments may be made. Sign ups are first
come, first serve, so make sure you sign up
at the earliest possible opportunity. Sign
up times for each game starts two
Monday's before each home game.
The schedule of Sailors Aweigh games
for the 2005 season is as follows:
Sept. 11 Seattle Seahawks
Oct. 2 Denver Broncos
Nov. 6 Houston Texans
Nov. 13 Baltimore Ravens
Dec. 11 Indianapolis Colts
Dec. 18 San Francisco 49ers
Jan. 1 Tennessee Titans
For further information or to apply for
any of the games listed, contact Greg Reno
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 542-2179 ext.
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Mission First, Sailors Always t ,
Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, upgraded scoring system and much
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).
Lap swim from 5:30 a.m. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Recreation swim 4:30-8 p.m.
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-
For more information about I.T T trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Tallahassee Day Trip
Includes tour of Old Capitol, Mission San Louis, and The
Florida History Museum.
Yalaha Bakery and Lakeside Winery in Clermont, Fla.
Includes the German Bakery in Yalaha, followed by a
tour of the Lakeside winery.
Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.
Includes two night luxury accommodations in the his-
toric district, two breakfasts, and two lunches. The trip
also includes a guided city tour, entrance to Patriots Point,
The Hunley Exhibit, Fort Sumter, Magnolia and
Middleton Plantations. Sign-up at I.T.T. by Oct. 15.
Cost is $311.50/person based on double occupancy.
Photo Shannon Leonard
Randy Lanceford, a Navy retiree, spends an afternoon bowl-
ing at the newly renovated Freedom Lanes Bowling Alley last
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, 7 p.m.
At The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
Madden 2006 Playstation Tournament
Tonight, 7 p.m.
Jaguars vs. Seahawks Game
Sunday, 9 a.m.
Lunch Time 9-Ball Tournament
Sept. 13, 11:30 a.m.
Breakfast in the Barracks
Sept. 15,4 a.m.
For information on booking command or private func-
tions at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club
main office, 542-3041.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m.- Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m.- Kicking and Screaming (R)
Saturday, 7 p.m.- The Interpreter (R)
Sept. 16, 5 p.m.- King's Ransom (R)
Sept. 23, 7 p.m. Monster in Law (R)
Sept. 24, 5 p.m. The Longest Yard (R)
Sept. 24, 7 p.m.- Mindhunters (R)
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Contact Mulberry Cove Marina to register and pay for
Last race tomorrow, 6:30 p.m.
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Sailboats raced from the marina are free.
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Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active duty.
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Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
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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 Tuesdays 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 information,
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 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club gen-
eral 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 mili-
tary and active and retired DoD civilians. For
more information, call 778-0805 or email
commodore @ njyc.org.
* A free Yoga Class for all ages and abili-
ties is held the first Sunday of each month
at Memorial Park in Riverside at 11 a.m.
Bring a blanket. For further 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 historic riverfront gardens,
view the museum's Masterworks collection
and special exhibitions and experience Art
Connections, the museum's hands-on edu-
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cation center. For more information, contact
Maria Haynes at 899-6025.
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 its 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 playgroups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For information,
contact Shirlinda at 771-9573 or visit
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 sec-
ond Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For more infor-
mation, 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 invi-
tation to all currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regular meeting
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 informa-
tion, 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 Herlena.Washington@sar.med.
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 Corral, 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 informa-
tion, call 269-5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
The fourth annual Youth Fishing
Tournament will be held Saturday from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna Park. This event is
for children under 16 years old. For more
information, call 573-4918.
The Clay County Chapter 1414,
National Active and Retired Federal
Employees, invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to a meeting
Sept. 13, 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library,
2054 Plainfield Avenue in Orange Park. For
more information, call Emma Murray at 276-
The Jacksonville Area Supply Corps
Association is sponsoring a golf tourna-
ment 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.
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society
meeting will be held Sept. 17 at the Webb-
Wesconnett Library, 6887 103rd. Street at
1:30 p.m. For more information, contact
Mary Chauncey at 781-9300.
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The Executive TAP class
is designed to promote net-
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business expertise, and spe-
cial presentations featuring
senior level experts.
The class will also pro-
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NCLC has new hours
The Navy College Learning Center (NCLC) has
new hours to better meet the needs of NAS Jax
Sailors. The new hours are Monday through
Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to
The schedule for the upcoming
ASVAB/SAT/ACT/GED preparation classes at the
Navy College Learning Center (NCLC) will be as fol-
lows: Sept. 19-30, Oct. 3-14 and Oct. 17-28.
Interested personnel are encouraged to contact their
command career counselor for more information or to
call the NCLC at 542-3676. Classes are filled on a
first-come, first-served basis and fill up quickly.
OPM Outreach to visit
NS Mayport Sept. 14
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is con-
tinuing an aggressive outreach and educational
program to our nation's veterans, including dis-
abled veterans. OPM has reached out to veterans
through its Veteran Invitational Program (VIP) to raise
the awareness about federal civil service employment
among military members separating from the U.S.
In an effort to expand VIP, OPM will visit NS Mayport
Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Beachside
Community Center. This outreach effort offers OPM
employment experts' opportunities to speak with mili-
tary service men and women to encourage them to con-
tinue to serve their country in the federal government.
The target audience will be: separating military person-
nel and families; returning personnel from the global
war on terrorism and local human resource specialist.
The OPM Working for America Booth will be displayed
in the entryway to the Beachside Community Center.
The booth will consist of veteran outreach material: wall
posters, tri-folds, wallet size information cards, veterans'
preference fact sheets and OPM veterans' preference and
special hiring authority DVDs.
There will also be three one-hour training sessions fol-
lowed by question and answer sessions. The session top-
ics will cover maximizing the USAJOB Web site for fed-
eral job searches for veterans, resume writing and inter-
viewing techniques, and a presentation veterans' pref-
erence and special hiring authorities followed by a
For more information, contact the NS Mayport Fleet
and Family Support Center at 270-6600 Ext. 110.
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SPORTS & STANDINGS
Officials and scorekeepers
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football, and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers also needed for
basketball. Experience not required. If inter-
ested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-1333.
Fall softball leagues forming
The season is scheduled to begin in
September and games will be played on
Monday and Wednesdays.
Greybeard (NAS Jax active duty ages 30
Intramural (NAS Jax active duty only)
Women (active duty, dependents over 18,
Open (active duty, dependents over 18,
Tennis tourney coming up
A men and women's Captain's Cup
Tennis Tournament will be held Sept. 26 at 5
p.m. at the Guy Ballou Tennis Complex near
the Birmingham Gate. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax active duty
and reservists. There will be a men and
women's division. Awards will be given to
the winners and commands will receive
points for participating and for winning. Sign
up at the NAS Jax Gym by Sept. 22.
Navy Southeast Regional
Running and Triathlon Team
Represent U.S. Navy in 5k, 10k,
marathons, and/or triathlons. The Navy will
showcase elite active duty men and women
in regional races. Uniforms are provided as
well as transportation, entry fees, and lodg-
ing costs. Interested runners must compete
in sanctioned (USA Track and'Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs
of America) races and your time must be
one of top 10 regional qualifying times. If
you have run in sanctioned race and your
time meets regional qualifying time, call the
NS Mayport Sports Coordinator at 270-
Southeast Regional qualifying times:
5K- Men 19:00
10K Men 34:00
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
Flag Football Standings
As of Sept. 2
Team Wins Loss
FACSFAC 11 1
VP-30 O'S 11 1
VP-30 E'S 10 4
NMD 9 4
HS-15 9 4
VP-5 8 4
AIMD 6 4
AIMD 610 5 8
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 reservations
by calling 573-2498.
Hooray for Home Schoolers: Water Cycle's
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
Wee Workshop: Bug Safari
Sept. 22, 10-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee bug hunters (ages 7 and under) and
their adult companions. We are on a hunt for bugs!
Bring a small net and capture jar. if you have them,
and we'll go on a safari, searching for the things that
creep, crawl, or hop.
Coffee With the Birds and Butterflies
Sept. 26,9-10 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing in air-conditioned comfort
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The cast of Professor Plum's Playhouse murder mystery
"Murder on the Movie Set" from left to right: Michelle Nugent,
Brad Selvig, Brenda Cohn, Chuck Vollers and David Whatley are
sure to provide you with an entertaining evening.
When area residents make plans to go out for an evening of entertain-
ment, many opt for dinner and a movie. Rarely do plans include witnessing a
murder. Maybe they should.
Patrons of Professor Plum's Playhouse are privy to a twist on an ordi-
nary dinner and show. Jacksonville's newest entertainment venue offers an
evening of enjoyment in the form of dinner and a murder. That's right, mur-
der the specialty at Professor Plum's.
In Professor Plum's Playhouse, Owner David Warber combines 25
years of restaurant and acting experience. While working in the restaurant
business, Warber nurtured his acting career performing extensively on stage
and, for the last five years, in murder mysteries.
"When I decided to combine the two professions, Professor Plum's
Playhouse was bom," Warber said. 'Professor Plum's provides a venue for
the perfect combination of my culinary pursuits and love of acting."
Professor Plum's Playhouse opened in April 2005, at 4578 Blanding
Blvd. Dinner and a show are served in a dining room that can accommodate
up to 130 people. The windows are blacked out to minimize distractions, the
lights are low and a three-act interactive whodunit is played out between the
tables while patrons enjoy a delicious three-course meal.
"The actors are right there with the audience,' Warber said. "All plays
include audience participation, some scripted, some unscripted. Customers
are completely involved and entertained."
Shows run for eight weeks. Sept. 3 will mark the final performance of
"Murder on the Movie Set,' which incorporates the audience as extras on a
film set where things go terribly wrong during rehearsal for the restaurant
scene. After one character meets his untimely end, the show exposes the
motives of the other characters and eventually the culprit through a series of
plot twists and humorous developments that keep the audience guessing and
laughing, all the way through dessert.
'Count Me a Murder," written by Warber, will begin its run on Sept. 8,
with the final show on Oct. 30.
"The final performance will be a special Sunday show and will
incorporate other events, such as a costume contest and a special buffet,"
"Count Me a Murder" tells the story of Count Vladimir Alucard, a noble-
man residing in Transylvania. The show takes place at the Cloak and Dagger,
where the Count is expected to reveal the name of his chosen bride.
However, there is serious trouble afoot and someone has blood on their
hands. Who could it be?
'The menu and the entertainment are equally important," Warber said.
"Our patrons can expect expertly prepared dishes and the finest entertain-
ment in the area.'
When the show changes, so too does the menu. Guests attending
"Count Me a Murder" will be treated to a Caesar salad, dinner rolls and a
choice of entrees including 1/4 roasted chicken, Beef Wellington or vegetable
'lasagna. Two side dishes, red skin garlic mashed potatoes and Key Largo
vegetable medley consisting of orange and yellow carrots, red peppers, broc-
coli and green beans, are included. A dessert of chocolate mousse with
whipped topping follows dinner.
Patrons of Professor Plum's Playhouse can order appetizers such as
asiago cheese and olive bites and black bean and cheese quesadillas as well
as wine, beer and a variety of other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
The restaurant can be divided into three show rooms to accommodate
private parties of 40 to 80 guests, or the actors can perform off-site from a
repertoire of shows, including the one currently playing at Professor Plum's.
"We also write custom shows to fit an individual or company's person-
ality," Warber said. "We can perform at holiday and birthday parties and for
private or corporate events."
Professor Plum's Playhouse offers an unusual and entertaining experi-
ence every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. The cost for dinner and a
show is affordable at $34.95 Thursday evening and $38.95 Friday and
Saturday evenings. Group pricing is available. Warber plans to offer Saturday
and Sunday matinees in the near future.
For evening shows, arrival time is from 6 to 7:45 p.m., at which time
the doors are closed. Dinner and the show start promptly at 8 p.m.
Late arrivals are strongly discouraged.
Professor Plum's Playhouse is located at 4578 Blanding Blvd.
Reservations are recommended. For more information or reservations, call
772-7707 or visit www.professorplumsplayhouse.com. Dinner is fun when
there's murder on the menu.
Asiago cheese and olive bites asiago cheese and black olive bits breaded
in an Italian crumb coating. Served with Greek Caesar dipping sauce.
Black bean and cheese quesadillas a delicious combination of
black beans, spices and cheese rolled in a white flour tortilla and
deep-fried. Served with Casa Solana fresh salsa.
Beef Wellington seasoned beef wrapped in flaky puff pastry and baked
until golden brown. Served drizzled with a mild horseradish bearnaise sauce.
1/4 Roasted Chicken succulent quarter chicken, seasoned and
roasted to perfection.
Professor Plum's Playhouse features a large selection of red and white
Australian and American wines by the glass and by the bottle including Jekel-
Monterey Riesling, Schmitt Relax Riesling and Rosenblum Red Zinfandel.
curry goat 8.75
curry chicken .................6.75
jerk chicken ..................6.75
jerk shrimp 8.50
brown stew chicken........7.50
king fish dinner ..............9.00
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curry chicken dinner ......7.50
jerk chicken dinner ........7.50
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coconut stew okra with
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2 Amelia Island
Cozy ocean view
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for $1400,'mo or
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Avondale Finest 4423 St
Johns Ave 2/1 w, stu-
dio 51179.900. 855 3288
A 3/2 FORECLOSURE
Murray Hill 4747 French St.
3/1 1467s"l 16EK. 387 1789
2/2.5 Town House In IL
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A FORECLOSURE 3BR, Buy
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Only $82,9001 Listings
800 749 8124 x5872
FSBO REMODELED 3.2,
JAMES ISLAND 4Bd/2 5Ba
Ige cul-de sac lot Ask.
Lot In prestigious Deer-
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escaped acres over.
looking goif course
N. KERNAN 3/2/2 o
Ind. Brokers. 710
307 San Marco
Near the square.
2.' I. $129,900
Waterfront-90x L50t lot
5/3 1958 RiverRd
AmSouth Bank Trusi Dpt.
3/2, completely remod-
eled. 1/2 acre loL $190k.
4/3 + Bonus Cust Bit
stucco. appx 3000sf. I.-'2
ac. pool. more' Near
snops $415K 234 0857
A 3/2 FORECLOSURE!
Only $59,9001 List.ngs
A 3683 Barbizon Cir. N.
3,2. 2car gar. $182.900
Op Hse Sun 2 ap 6808828
BARTRAM SINGS New
$25.40k less than older
FRUIT COVE Foreclosurel
Must Sell! Only $44.900
Lt-:r, g B -00 7149 8124 ,31J5
BEAUTY WITH POOL
Over 3000sf. 4/2. 5
Soar,ng LR w/stone
fireplace formal DR.
large eat in Kitchen.
400si hmil'y rm, huge
sparkling pooi 2 5
garage, orer 1/3 ac
Muscovy Dr -"rt Jul-
ingqon Creek Rd" Call
Bll at 904-707 7534.
A 3BR Foreclosure, FL
Caroline Only $46.000'
L. r.SG6 57 J.l9 '.124 "69
BRICK 3/1.5, 1450sf. new
everything. crnr lot.
won't last 514 4672
3/2 Pool Home
FOR SALE FAST'
372-0016 OR 545 4305
FSBO 4'3. 2450sf.br ck
pool nome.on lq land-
scaped corner /ot.B
appointment only Call
BiI-38 9787 $349,900
Open House Fri-Sun l-pmr.
4485 Woodsong Loop W.
E. ARL/W. Intercoastal
No agents please 4/2
Ranch w/upgrds crrr
IOL 2car gar. mcd bckca
Must be pre qualified
Call for apot 813-9854
A 1.5 ac, 3/2 Florida Rm
NO BANK. Remodeled
hardwood floors, 4/2.
Burgundy Dr S. $146,900
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1-888-453-9325 ext 15
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Only $69,9001 Listings
800- 749- 8124 x5437
OLD PLANK PLANTATION,
Chaffee Rd. 2003 Brick
3/2. Spacious Master
Bdrm w/ Bay Window.
ances. 2 Car Garage,
Fireplace in Family
Room. Many Upgradesl!
$255,000. f omas
Rhoden Agency, Tho-
mas R. Rhoden, Broker.
3BR/2BA 1649 SF.
From the $150's.
Ask about Special
HOMES BY TONEY
Gentle Woods 4/2.5 Bit
2005, concrete consqr.
1888sr. 2 story, large
bedrooms. 2 car jar,
culdesac miles to NAS
JAX. 3 miles to OP Mall.
20 minutes to downtown.
$224K. loanne Wistner
All Pro Rity 904 343 2469
3,1, 100% Financing
A 3/2 FORECLOSURE
Only -40.000' For ihstIngs
call OI 74c R124 Xi2n
GRAND PK, Owner Fin/
Lease Opt. Immac. 3/2,
2330sf, $1250m, $6500
Dwn, $113k. 813-841-1316
HECKSCHER DR. AREA
Horse Lovers Dream!l
3.59ac. newly remod,
inside/out, 1800sf, 2/2 +
ofc, new stucco, new
roof, tile, paint, carpet,
fenced w/barn, 3 car
gar. Backs to preserve.
395K. Call 904-545-8591
remodeled; new plum-
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& Appliances. 4 bicks to
$2000 OFF Closing Costs.
Good or bad credit. Call
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A NEW PHASE HAS STARTED
JARDIN DE MER
BEACH BLVD. & 5TH ST.
Ilt US i-lp alfih riarcing
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FSBO- 3/2, 1450st. Newly
HOME FOR SALE BY
OWNER. Near eler.
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Bc:h 3,2. fpi in large
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upgroaae. 16Mi 1. U369.906
10; R113 Rae Lane
Pr.. 241 -j o
-3/2. i1 lot. S349.900
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Now $699,900! 3100sf,
206ft water access.
new dock & bulk head,
pool, 3/2.5, Ig rms.
appl. incI 613-4920
PONTE VEDRA BCH HOME!
3/2, $130k! For Listings
Ponte Vedra Beach-
4br/3.5ba + office, FP
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PVB-Ocean Front Lot,
112ft, 713 PV Blvd. FSBO
PV Nice 2/2.5TH, 1200sf,
Irg BR's, end unit, grt loc.
$199,900. 904- 424-2380
Queens Harbour- FSBO
Golf lot/wooded view.
for appt. $569k.
335 Orange Park/
S3/2 custom built
home 2100 sq if.
built for tall people
lots of perks: on I acre
of land on Orange Park
As Is Pay ohf mortgage
$71K Only interested
need call to aorve b5
and see or for more
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leal 3/2+studt or 4th.
bit 04S214K 262 8301
& SUTTON LAKES
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Listings 800-749-8124 x5867
338 Baker County
1999 32x68 DW on 10.01
acres. Lg great room,
kitchen, dining room,
split floor plan, utility,
garden tub & shower in
master bath. Land is
already cleared. 139,900
Thomas Rhoden Agency,
Thomas R. Rhoden, Bro-
MACLENNY Great Starter
Home on City Lot. 0.23
acres, 3/1, 2 Car Car-
nient to Shopping &
Agency, Thomas R.
Rhoden, Broker. 219-6758.
338 BakerCounty 342 St. Augustine
GLEN ST. MARY -Bring
the horses! 7.75 acres
w/ 3BR/2BA 2000 MH.
Close to US90 & 1-10.
You won't another
bargain like this at
Rhoden Agency, Tho-
mas R. Rhoden, Broker.
34a St. Johns
BRAND NEW BEAUTIFUL
2 story, 5/3 /2, 3897sf,
NEW CUSTOM HOMES
Low 500's on 1.5 ac+
342 St. Augustine
3/2.1 car garScreened
Patio, Block house
w/siding ,new ac.exc
Quadplex, minutes to
downtown St. August-
ine. $379K. Goodrich Co.
ST. AUG FORECLOSURE!
3Bed, Only $57,400. List-
ings 800-749-8124 x5544
Direct River View-East
Palatka 3/3.5, FP,2 story
2980 sf,$335k. 377-5725
FISHING CREEK 3/2, Ig lot
on Eulace Rd. $425k.
3391 Lighthouse Pointe
Ln. 3+/3 /3 exquisite
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18 JaXAfr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 8, 2005
ISLE OF PALMS 3/2, Isl.
kit. co v deck deep
canal to ICW, floating
dock, 10k boat lift,
$498k. Principals only
Owner/Broker 223- 5614
Very Private 14acres,
15VOft riverfront. 3.5 mi
from Jax city limit.
A GREAT BEACH BUY
JARDIN DE MER
SEE AD UNDER BEACHES
OR CALL 241-2270
& CONDO FOR SALE
1-800 Park Ave
#469. 1 Bed 1 Bath.
All new appliances.
New Inside, great
location. New ameni-
ties. Call 904-993.4309
or 904- 278-9968 Can
view on owners.com
Hodges JTB The Grand
1212sf, 2/2 Golf Course
JACKSONVILLE 1 Bdrm,
1 BA. In Grand Reserve
complex $128,900. Call
OP New 3/2 Natures Hide
-away. Guar. fin. $134K
$4K min. dn. 27-6446
2/2+ den, many amenities
Out of Area/
NEW LOG CABIN
Custom Built 1250sf
cabin, $78,900 easy to
finish, beautiful moun-
tain views, 3 decks,
minutes to lake lure.
close to Boone.NC.
Farm house 3/3.5.ea
bdrfn has full prv. bath.
brees, 4 sk lopes
very near for winter
I Sugarmill 3 BR 2 Baths
S2000 sqft on water
high ceilings, enclosed
porch, plus full deck on
back of house, farmers
porch front $157,000
A 1995 Manufac-
tured Home For
Sale three bed-
room, two bath,
appliances stay Mneed
payoff. $11,700. Call
Keven 861-5630 PCS
NEW & USED
DBL & SNGL. WIDES
Set up, ready to move in!
In home nancing!
Call Rebecca @ 246-7684
Blandi -80ftxlSt,lots of
upgrades. Three Seasons
Trailer park. $15k obo.
Call 772-8497 Afternoon
3/2 Dbl. Fully loaded !
W/ large front porch
Slow credit O.K.
D BvUE .ItE M 'hLHM
All Di Altaommu-
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$15,500 Total Saes Pricel
CALL RUSS (904) 783-8385
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HM
In very Nlce
Mobile Home Park, 3BR
2BA, Like New.
$15,500 Total Sales Price!
CALL RUSS (904) 783.8385
Fleetwood SW '01 in
Wside park 16x80 2/2 +
den or dr Ig kit shingled
roof skirted ch&a appi
inci w/d some furn Inci
ex cond $20k avail 10/1
levers and slide out,
31,000 miles very clean
$27,000 call 269-9527
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
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$980 Down. $595 Mo.
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NITY W/S low money
down, prequal over the
ph. Emma 771-9055
MOVING! MUST SELL
3/2, 1525sf+ over 2 acres
of land. Won't last!
$650 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley 8741862
double wide, 3/2. Nor-
mandy Esates.$5k cash
Used 3/2 Single
Low Down Payment
Slow Credit O.K.
Land Home Package!
3/2 Double Wide on 2
acres In Jacksonville.
Monnteuni.- %55 Mo
9U DownI. 595. VMo.
* "J.V'M 1*Uf ,.nAsmie'iil B CALL 291-3100
and TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
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need a home? We can
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$600 MOVES YOU INI phone. I'm a poet and
2/1 sIngle Moble home dIdnt know it. Call
FOR SALE! E-Z financIng! Emma 904 771-9055 or
Call 249-9546 904-962-1086
Double Wide on ~25 acre
fin illng le9p. .292919 ,
370 Lots for Sale
ARULINGTON Won't Last.
21ots. nearly 1/2ac ea.
$60k each. Build your
dream home or duplex.
744-3482 or 382-3482
Lot in prestigious Deer-
wood CC. 1.5 land-
scaped acres over-
looking golf course .
Ponte Vedra Shores W./
Marsh View-Approx .5
acre on marsh. Super
view of ICW. Owner/
Broker. $450k. 838-6318
PUTNAM CO. High & dry
lots in Interlachen. Lots
ST. AUGUSTINE 75x100
Cleared lot, walk to State Pk
& Bch. $165k. 904-461-5690
3.7 AC Suwannee deep
river front Lafayette Co.
Turnkey. Ready to Bldg.
A 250ACRE FARM w/3br
house. 242ac. open
land. 12" well, 2plvots,
exc land for any use,
located In Wilcox Co.,
Must see to appreciate.
If Interested call
229- 365- 2628
HAMPTON CO., SC 404AC
Exc. hunting & invest
1/2 open, 1/2 timber
ROBERTS LAND & TIMBER
434 Acres Baker County
$3350 per acre
160 Acre Tracts Putnam
County $7900 per acre
7044 Bloxham. Duplex
2. 1 1300sf. renabbed
S125.000 Call 655 3288
1919 E 27tn.
3.'1 1910 E 271h. north
$150k. sellIng both
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elect.545-4984 or 591-4697
S3BR, fenced yd.
\V large shed, attic,
$565+ utility. Just
refurb, ceiling fans, WD
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RIVERSIDE Urban Living
close to 5 points. 1/1
Walsh St. $450mo + until.
$200sec dep. No pets.
- SAN MARCO
1 & 2 BR Specall
W'side 2br Duplex w/d
hkup. no pets $625mo +
dep. lyr lease. 504.181
WSIDE Lrg 2/1.5. Avail
Now! Beautiful pool,
crtyd, Indry rm, 695-9462
W'SIDE off 103rd, nice
2br, ch&a, $550/mo,
Inc water 614-7294
Bartram Sprngs New
Twnhse 2/2 split level,
all applnc/attchd gar
$500 dep/ $1200 mo.
Montreux Condo 3/2 all
app Inc/scrn porch $550
dep/$1250. 904- 710-8350
town area- Large 3/2,
$1195m Util. inci 993-7051
3/3 n Los Lagos w/car-
2/1 .FP.Iiving rm, dinin
rm kitScreened Lanai
crpt,comm poolhot tub
fitness cntr bb, volley &
tennis court. Golf
course& 5 ml from
beach. $950mo + $950
Gary Sprinkle Realty
BERKMAN PLAZA -2/2 +
den, 1578sf, rivervlews,
upgrades & amenities,
$750mo. 9044. 71-2750
CEDAR CREEK Irg luxury
waterfront 2/2.5 includes
wtr/sew, 2 balconies
w/d, fpl,pool, dock, boat
ramp, 6ml NAS, $895m
6500 Blanding Blvd.
Brand New, 1st mo. m
free. 904-545-0019 m
w/boat slip. 2/2 5. great
views & ammen S1350m.
1st. last. sec .501-2848
IL VIllaglo In Deerwood
2/2 New Luxury loca-
tion $1100. 858-740-4284
NEWI 3/2, w/d. pool!
6075 Maggies Cir $a50
Watson RItv 8-9 52
NEAR UNF & BCHS, h965m
2/2n gar. new. W/D
gated. Amen. 233 3102
O.P. Refurbished 3/2
All new everything.
Ave. $1000/mo.. pool
/gym. wooded view &
more. No pets 318 5774
Ocean Front'Jax Bch 2/2,
gar.furn.short or long
erm. $2500mo 476-7548
OP Studio new appli-
ances & carpet avail
10/1 $625. 904-307-9699
PALENCIA 1st fir, 2/2, den
tile, pool, $1250 unfurn,
$1500furn, Avail 10/1.
Lease req'd. 823-8899
2/2+ den, many amenities
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
Garage. $1100. 273-8047
5oft to the pool Amaz-
ing Viewlst fir, garg ,
mans Cove 2/2, end unt
fplc, scrn porch deck
water to golf view, pool
nice $1795 904- 270-1084
PV Beach-The Colony
(Ponte Vedra Colony CIr)
2/2, hdwd flrs,lake view.
1/1, all amenities, newly
renovated. $850. 333-7674
R'SIDE-On the river next
to Memorial park, 1/1,
Ig living rm, oak firs,
full kitch. 389-6394
SAN JOSE.VILLAGES OF
2/2 dwnstrs, wdhkup,
scrn. prch, kit equipt,
fpl, $1075+lmo dp 731-8888
new 2/2.5, lake view, all
S'SIDE 2/2, Southbrook,
no condo fees, $750mo.
S'SIDE 3/2.S, 1520sf TH In
Clifton Village off Belfort
S'slde Bartram Prk Brand
new TH, 3/2.5 Ic gar,
S'SIDE Montreux 3/2
rent, or RTO, Deerwood
992-0940 lmmed occp
New Townhome 2/2.5,
cable, sec., lawn malnt.,
no pets/no smkng $950
904- 635- 2797
415 Houses Houses Houses Houses
SFurnished 420 Unfurnished 4 Unfurnished 420 Unfurnished
Ponte Vedra Beach-
modern, newly furnished
2/2 home.Lovely fenced
yard.big screen HDTV,
new 5/3.5 marsh beach
house. $2200 860-5564
Argyle-3/2, $950mo, all
ARGYLE 3/2 Split BR, Fpic
Scrnd Patio. Refs. $995
860- 7219 or 777- 8322
ARGYLE 4/2 fen yd, 2 yrs
old, comm pool, pets
nego $1175 904-294-1587
Arg 2 Collins Ridge
3/2 1365sf $925
FEDERATED MOMT GROUP
Ar121 Leafcrest Drive
4/2 1745sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
9367 Prosperity Lake Dr
3/2 1741 $1095
Private patio w/lake view
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
9442 Prosperity Lake Dr
3/2 1845 $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
ARL 3/2TH on lake w/par
fpl & Jacuzz tub, $1100m.
ATL BCH 3 Ig vr/2.5ba TH
2 car gar, tile, new cpt,
AVONDALE Beautiful 2/1,
remod, oak firs, Iwn svc.
$850m No pets 384-4915
AVONDALE BRICK 2/1+
SunRm, w/d, gar, oak firs
$850. No pets. 386-5807
BELLE RIVE SS-Ig 3/2, lake,
beautiful, $1250 mo.
Bryant Realty 272-9395
DOWNTOWN 3/1, newly
remod fncd yd, no pets
$700m. ud OK 234-1434
Eagle Harbor 4/3, new
paint, hrdwd firs on
lagoon,2 car gar. 2450sf
$2000 avail 9/8. 673-2276
Eagle Harbor 4/3, new
paintHrdwd firs, on
lagoon.2 car gar.2300sf,
Eagle Harbor 5/3.5
Water Woods Golf.
3200 s/$21.00 1 Sept
EAST ARL 3/2, Kitchen
appll eat area, DRScrn
porch, garage, $975mo
dep no pets 220-3650
3946 Arbor Lake Cir. W.
Flendming Island Plantation
New home, 3/2.$1300mo
+ sec dep. 213-8906
FT. CAR- 3/2*+2 bonus
rms. 1800sf,tlle, hdwd
on 1/2 ac near water
ICW/Wolf Crk New 3/2.5
TH, 1682sf, lanai, $1350m.
Fred 407-682-3700 x256
ICW 3/2,1450sf on lake &
cul-de-sac. Close to
Schls, Shopping & Beach.
2car gar with opener.
ICW 3/2 new palnt/rpt
Irg gar $1100m+$1100dp.
No smkrs/pets. 241-8173
CW 4/2.,, pool w/spa,
fncd yd, fpl, 2 car gar
ICW 4/2.5 pool w/spa,
fncd yd, fpl, 2 car gar,
COMM. POOL $2000m0.
JAX BCH 3/2.5, 1700sf,
fncd bkyd 2 car gar,
JOHNS CREEK (CR 210).
new lake 4/3 2400SF,
- CONDO 2/2, GATED,
DUPLEX, GAR, AVAIL
9/15,$895 & 3/2 EXCEL-
LENT CONDITION, TILE
WD FLR $950
SAN PABLO CREEK-3/2,
2 CAR GAR...ACROSS
2 CAR GAR, LAKE LOT.
LG. BDRMS. $1350
GROGANS BLUFF-3/2, 2
MARSH BEAUT TILE
PARKWAY AREA, IMMAC
CAROLINE AREA, BEAUT.
CUSTOM HOME, 3/3 AND
MUCH MORE. $1900
OLD, 3/2,BACKS TO
WOODS, ALL APPL
AVAIL. 9/1 $1395
TIMBERUN PARC CONDO
1/1, LOTS OF COMM.
AMENITIES, AVAIL NOW,
CONDO 1/1, IMMAC.
SMALL PET O.K. AVAIL.
1600 SQ FT AVAIL NOW
NO PETS $1250
HOME FINDER REALTY
221-1711 OR 241-5501
Lake Asbury-Brand New
3/2, lots of upgrades.
272-0757 or 386-5081
LAKE ASBURY Huge 4/2,
2.5 car gar. barn avail.
$1400mo. Call 993-8162
$ 200mo 737-2542
tile new.crpt/pnt, frplc.
Irg fen yd. Excel cond.
MANDARIN 3/2, $1095M0,
2000sf, clean and ready
Bryant Realty 272-9395
1314 Highland Lane
4/2 1745sf $995
Located on cul de sac
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
1827 Shannon Lake
3/2 1350sf $780
Spacious living area
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
MIDLBRG 4/2.5 $999mo.
& 3/2 $925m. 370-4088
MURRAY HILL 4/2,
Brand new $950m.
NEPTUNE BCH -2/1.5.
gar, new duplex, $985
6881 Crystal River
3/2 1483sf $975
Nice family home
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
N S-4/1.5, CH&A, W/D
HKUP. 7527 Oriole St.
O.P, -3/2, gar, remod,
great area, $875mo
o Dogs. 708-3278
O.P. -Fleming Isl 3/2
ean, new equIp.
O.P. OAKLEAF -4 Brand
New, ea 4/2, (anal,
O.P-4/2, updated, fen
yrd, 2 car gar, $1200mo
+ security .262-3732
2998 Piedmont Manor
3/2 1612sf $1095
Beautiful home with
covered lanai. Backs up
to nature preserve
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
NEW 3/2 + bonus
approx 2200sf $1300/
mo Clay County
OP/MBURG "03, 1400sf,
3/2, tile, Iwn svc+pest
cont Inci $975m 334-2724
OP/NEAR NAS Jaxi Brand
new 3/2 w/study. Lrg
mstrbath, 2 car gar, open
fir plan. $1100m. 891.2012
3/2 1800SF $1075
3/2 1600SF $995
9472 Prosperity Lk Dr
3/2 1447sf $975
3/2 1114sf $900
523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1050
3/2 1350SF $875
7330 Grey Fox Lane
3/2 1800sf $950 1969 Swallow Run
3/2 1219SF $895
MANDARIN 2626 Traymore Ave
5387 Cumberland Forest 4/2 1962sf $1350
4/2 1900sf $1150 Pool, screened patio
Huge fenced yard and fenced yard!
11621 Deep Springs 11313 Panther Creek
4/2 1745sf $1125 3/3 1600sf $1130
1/2 off 1st full mo rent
3694 Silver Bluff
4/2 1519sf $1150
11273 Panther Creek
3/2 1994sf $1150
2998 Piedmont Manor 9263 Whisper Glen
3/2 1612sf $1095 4/2 1450sf $1025
609 Longcrest Lane 5126 Somerton Court
4/2 1687sf $1195 3/2 1379sf $825
2810 Mooresfield Ln 86916 Cartesian Pt
4/2 1676sf $1130 3/2 1422sf $1095
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE
758 Mackenzie Circle
4/2 1745sf $1285
Lrsvsue eAnle sdmlm anal mentlrfl rn tnnm
Brand new! Fridge, W/D,
leaf 3/2+study or 4th.
O OP 3/2, hdwd firs,
new crpt, pool
t access. Located
near OP Mail.
Minutes from NAS Jax.
OP Laurel Grove P. 3/2,
cul-de-sac, near NAS,
473 Crabapple Court
2/1.5 900sf $625
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
ORTEGA FARMS 1 & 2Br's,
No pets/smkr. Quiet area
PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2
car gar, comm pool/ten
PONTE VEDRA BEACH 3/2
tile firs, fend bk yd, sm
yd svc incl. 24-9387
PVB 3/2 Capecod.
E. of AIA, 3 biks from
bch, fncd yd, hdwd firs
PVB Lg.2/2 + Fla rm.
2gar,tE. AlA' $1400mo.
sm pet 724-4860
Hotline. Zero down, all
areas. Call 388-1208.
SAN JOSE 4/2, hdwd firs,
$1100m. No pets,
10531 Broomsedge Court
3/2.5 1587sf $1050
Screened patio, fenced yd
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
3915 Grand Central Place
3/2 1297 SF $975
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
Springfield 216 E. 47th St.
3/1, quiet neighborhood.
SS -3/1, w/d credit chk
no smk $900mo +
$700sec dep. 477-3964
S'side-2/2.5 Town House
In IL Vllagio, all ament.
Brand new 3/2.5 Icar
gar TH on lake. Pool,
totally upgrd. $1375m.
S'SIDE Exec 5/3 James Isl
gated, fncd yd, $2750m.
lwnsvc inci. 631-0849
S'slde Great Location!
Brand new TH 3/2.5 A+
schools, near hospital
12885 Eagles Nest Ct. 2
story, 4/2.5, 2 car gar.
Inclosed Patio, cuide-
sac, lake, comm pool &
tennis court. $1395mo
S'S Immac 2/2/1 Duplex
Avail May 1, Imin's to
UNF, tile $1000 226-4801
ST. JOHNS FOREST -New,
4/3 2300sf, $1995mo,
St Johns Co -Stonehurst
CR210, New 4/2, $1370m.
no smkg/pets. 955-4348
SBeach Town Home,
1- Beach Side, 20th/
garage, fp, frldge, WD.
PCS. o Pets. 955-1302/
WESTSIDE RENT TO OWN
$0 DOWN! Call
RTO hotline 384-0856
11313 Panther Creek Pkwy
Lovely new 3/2 1600sf
home. Upgraded kitchen,
covered patio $1130 with
1/2 off 1st full months rent
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
2109 Hyde Park Road
3/2 2184sf $1195
Tile & hardwood floors
thru out. View of river
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
5050 Somerton Court
3/2 1200sf $775
Cute home, great location!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
6639 Whisper Glen
4/2 1450sf $1025
Open floor plan
Large eat in kitchen
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
6640 Rippling Wave
3/2 1258sf $905
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
8992 Derrlckson Drive
3/2 1186sf $895
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
9665 Watershed Drive S
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1277 McGirts Creek
Beautiful new 4/2 1741sf
$1195 A must see!
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
4/2, Ig patio, a/c,
auto garage, fen
Syd, 3 mi from HAS
$130 + dep. no pets
avail now 772-1077
W'SIDE -2 & 3br houses,
CH&A, w/d hkp, frig ,
W'slde Beautiful 4/2 fpl,
close to NAS, great area
WSIDE Ig brick 3br/2ba,
2 car gar, $1200mo.
86916 Cartesian Point
Lovely new 3/2 1422sf
home with large eat in
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
MANDARIN -2/2, 14x70,
new kitch, carpet,paint
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Camden Co., GA.
1800 sq ft office condo in
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$160,000 or lease for
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10210 San Jose Blvd. For
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S'side-Llmlted sub zero
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near Avenues Mall.
Westside Office w/ Large
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507 For Sale
Restaurant /Bar -Turn
key operation. Flexible
terms. Great Beach
location. Call Bill 318-5174
515 Office Space
$1275mo. Lonestar Rd.
High Traffic area. 233-3065
Downtown office build-
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565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
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A weekly look at the automotive market
offers maximum fun
By DAN SCANLAN
he man got out of his domestic sedan
and looked down at me as I sat in
my test car on the first and very
sunny day of spring.
"What kind of car is that?" he asked.
"A MINI Convertible," I answered.
"It sure is. It's really small," he dead-
Officially, it is the 2005 MINI Cooper
Convertible, done in British Racing Green
Metallic paint with Cordoba Beige leather
interior with accents in green-gray.
Smaller (11 feet, 10 inches) than the 12-
foot, 9-inch Mazda Miata, it is the cutest
little thing on the road these days.
The MINI is a British design built by
BMW in Oxford, England. It takes its
design cues from the original 10-foot-long
Mini, first designed by Sir Alec Issigonis in
1959 and selling almost 5.3 million before
production ceased in 2000. No surprise
that BMW saw the potential in an updated
version and took over the rights to the
Mini name in 1995 when it purchased the
The new model carries tons of nostalgic
hints of the original, albeit on a bigger
platform than the original. And now, a con-
Our little buggy rode on tiny Pirelli
P3000 P175/65R15-inch rubber with five-
spoke radials, all framed under matte
black fender flares, the front and rear over-
hang almost non-existent. Chrome-rimmed
headlights peek out from the leading edges
of the fenders, one of the nostalgic design
cues from the original, although more
swept back. The tiny chrome upper grille is
under a winged MINI emblem, with a
body-color front bumper over an even slim-
mer lower chrome grille.
The MINI's bonnet is very short, running
into a near-vertical front windscreen, while
the fender flares front and rear wear
curved reflectors. Chrome and black bullet
wing mirrors look very retro. The rear
body-colored bumper gets dashes of
chrome over a tiny single chrome exhaust.
The new power convertible top means the
standard rear hatch is replaced with a
very classic bottom-hinged boot lid not
unlike the original Mini, this one with a
warning not to tailgate on it if you weigh
more than 176 pounds.
This car is super cute, even with the roll
hoops sticking up from, the back seats so
close to the little rump. It garnered a lot of
reaction in a world that has certainly seen
a lot of MINIs since they were first intro-
duced a few years ago. One man in a BMW
M3 coupe honked and gave it a thumbs up,
while a little girl ran up to it and said,
"Dude, that is small." Our 10-year-old son
said, "This will sure attract a lot of atten-
tion," while a stop at an ice cream shop for
a cone on the sunny first day of spring saw
lots of people stop and look.
If the outside looks that small, one 6-
foot-plus editor wondered if he would fit in
the front seat when we went out to lunch.
He did. The Cooper's tan and green-gray
sports bucket seats had manual rake,
height, lumbar and slide adjustments, and
my 6-foot frame found lots of head and leg
room after a bit of fiddling. But the low-
mounted shoulder belt dug into my shoul-
The driver's seat faces a compact three-
spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel with
integrated cruise controls on the right-
side, and stereo volume and station change
switches on the left.
2005 MINI COOPER CONVERTIBLE
I- Spe ific tolsl0
Vehicle type two-door, two-plus-two-passenger convertible
Base price $20,950 (As driven $24,690)
Engine type Overhead cam, 16-valve in-line four-cylinder
Horsepower (net) 163 hp at 6,000 rpm
Torque (Ib-ft) 111 at 4,500 rpm
Transmission 5-speed manual
Wheelbase 97.1 in.
Overall length 143.1 in.
Overall width 66.5 in.
Height 55.5 in.
Front headroom 38.8 in.
Front legroom 41.3 in.
Rear headroom 37.6 in.
Rear legroom 31.3 in.
Cargo capacity4.2 cubic feet/21.4 w/rear seats folded
Two-tone leather seats, a body-colored dash with huge central
speedometer and retro-look toggle switches for the windows and
door locks all shine in the sun with the top down.
Curb weight 2,700 pounds
Fuel capacity 13.2 gallons
Mileage rating 27 mpg city/ 35 mpg highway
Last word Oh, so cute, with room for two
and a trick two-way top.
Smaller (11 feet, 10 inches) than the 12-foot, 9-inch Mazda Miata, the 2005 MINI
Cooper Convertible, done in British Racing Green Metallic paint with Cordoba Beige
leather interior, is the cutest little thing on the road these days ... whether the top's up
An 8,000-rpm tach is atop (and moves
with) the tilt-adjust steering column. An
inset trip computer is controlled by a but-
ton on the turn signal stalk, but tapping
that button sometimes turned on the left-
turn signal. The chrome-trimmed 150-mph
speedometer (with inset gas and tempera-
ture gauges and an odometer/trip meter)
dominates the dash center, another retro
touch since the original Mini had its
speedo dead center as well.
Metallic gray plastic accents the dash,
with four vents also trimmed in chrome.
The somber black plastic BMW-sourced
AM-FM-CD stereo sits underneath atop a
digital climate control system.
The glove box is deep, but with a cheap-
feeling door. I loved the big steel and rub-
ber cup holder screwed into the right-side
of the dash center, but it gets in the way of
the passenger's left knee. The whole dash
actually looks a bit flash and busy.
The back seat has almost no leg room
unless the person in front gives up a lot.
Leave it for small children, or fold down
the rear seats and expand the 4.2 cubic
feet (vs. 5.3 cubic feet in the coupe) trunk
for longer stuff. A plastic cargo cover can
be raised to expand the trunk or lowered to
make sure you don't stack stuff too high to
interfere with the top as its stows.
Ah, yes, the convertible top a pretty
cool dual-purpose way to let the sun shine
First, a cloth-covered rigid panel up front
slides up and aft, acting as an integral
sunroof at speeds up to 75 mph. Lower all
four windows, and the effect is a breezy
porch with some wind buffeting. Tap the
"open" button again, and the rest of the top
unlatches from the header, bends into a "Z"
and folds onto the back deck, the rigid
leading edge acting like a hard tonneau
and offering a pretty nice look. This takes
15 seconds. You can open the roof and side
windows from a distance of up to 49 feet
via the key fob nice party trick. Wind
buffeting goes around and behind the driv-
Top up, the rearward vision is like look-
ing through a glass porthole, framed by the
rear roll hoops with their integrated head
restraints, while the wide C-pillars of the
cloth top make looking for what's in the
outside lane at your rear quarter a bit
tricky use the side mirrors.
Top down, the stack sits low, but the
hoods of cars behind you will be hidden.
Thank goodness the MINI Convertible has
rear parking sensors with audible warning
We last tested a MINI Cooper in 2002,
with the supercharged, intercooled 1.6-liter
overhead cam 16-valve inline four-cylinder
engine with 163 horsepower. That one got
to 60 mph in 7 seconds. Alas, our 6,000-
mile-old base model MINI Cooper ragtop
test car had the 1.6-liter overhead cam, 16-
valve inline four-cylinder engine with 115
horsepower. Give it some gas, and it gets to
60 mph in second gear in a moderate 8.7
seconds with wheelspin at launch, and
with clean shifts as we worked the engine.
We managed 24 to 28 mpg.
The ride was comfortable but a bit boun-
cy thanks to a suspension aimed at com-
fort more than sport.
The 2005 MINI Cooper Convertible's
base price was $20,950, with standard five-
speed Getrag manual transmission, power
steering, ABS brakes, 15-inch alloy
wheels, space-saver spare, front and side
air bags, glass rear window with defroster,
park distance control, a/c, AM-FM-CD
stereo and power windows, door locks and
mirrors. Options included the green metal-
lic paint job for $420; two-tone leather
seats for $1,300; multi-function steering
wheel controls and cruise control for $250;
chrome interior and exterior accents for
$450; adjustable sports seats for $270;
automatic a/c for $300 and trip computer
for $200. Add the destination fee, and the
manufacturer's suggested retail price is
That's a nice price for a fun commuter
car on weekdays that converts to a peppy,
maneuverable beach car on weekends for
two and the child or dog. Within the limits
of its small tires and comfy suspension, the
MINI Cooper Convertible is a maneuver-
able, tossable car, more easily lending itself
to touring vs. carving a curve.
Now, one question where is the clock?
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on Northeast
Florida's roads, averaging about 200 miles of combined
highway and city traffic during a weeklong test. The
test vehicles are provided by the manufacturer accord-
ing to their schedule, and represent a broad spectrum
of sizes and prices. The prices listed are manufacturer's
suggested retail prices. A longer version of this review
and past reviews can be seen onjacksonville.com's
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neg. Please Call
Exp. Only.Top pay and
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E-mail resumes to
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o DRIVER NEEDED
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TANK DRIVER Loc/ reg/
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DRIVERS- A CLASS Exc
S wages Good benefits.
family environ 356 0731.
Growing Co. needs Short
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Be your own boss.
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welcomed. CDL & 2yrs
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Call 800-87 -3201,
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Driver wanted to oper-
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Good Pay. Produce
experience a plus 3 yrs
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PU trucks, Vans, good
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Apply at Priority
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Night Tractor Trailer
Must have X endorse-
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Friendly Staff Many
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Full Benefits, Money to
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AT MANNING BUILDING
SUPPLIES. Local Deliv-
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week excellent ben-
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Apply in person at
1090 Phillips Hwy.
NEW CAR HAULERS
home every night call
Must be dependable.
Operation. Fuel .
surcharge Tolls, Scales
paid. Licensing &
Permits paid. Fue Card
furnished. 2yrs exp.
Call Bill at
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Must have a Clean
MVR .Current class B
CDL with DOT card. ,
vacation. pd holidays.
TRUCK DRIVERS needed
earn $800-$1000 per wk
Company provided CDL
training for those who
qualify. School grads.
commercial with sheet
metal & ductboard
driving record. Call Ken
or Kathy 641-0600
Exp'd for single story
Must have knowledge
copper. CPVC & plum-
Experience. Good pay.
F+ on call. 247-3191
APT SERVICE TECH
luxury apt. community.
EPA certification. prefd.
CPO a plus & basic
knowledge in all areas
of maintenance. Fax
904- 99& 8694
W'side, Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759- 2875
needed to start immed.
Competitive pay Call
Sonny 904- 449- 5964
FRAMERS. Benefits -
Lots of work. M-F,
Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must. Top pay, benefits,
paid holidays + vacation.
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
CARPENTERS with inte-
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CONCRETE CUTTERS Will
train. Great pay+bnfts.
Must have valid DL.
OPERATOR- needed to
run a 03 PUTZ38M In
N.E. Fl. Exp needed.
benefits & gd pay.
Clean lic a must
221-3205 fx 221-3728
Hurricane repair to $45hr
850-309-2777 T Builders
for local area.
Exp'd only. Full benefits,
bilingual a plus.
Fax resume, Attn: HR
Dept 954-788&8894 or
call 954-788 8966
Now hiring Electricians,
$15-$19/hr Great Ben-
efits, FEAT, Ins., 401K
work. EOE Call Greg
Wolf (407) 857-6133
JOURNEYMEN & HELPERS
Comm/ resid min. 2yrs
Exp req. Exc benefit pkg
incl. retirement, paid
holidays & vacations
8751 Atlantic Blvd.
FOREMAN 7 years min
exp. req'd. FT posi-
tions available Veri-
fiable refs. DFWP.
S. David & Co. 636-7788.
FRAMERS & FINISHERS
office park in Jax. F/T
steady work. Full ben-
efits. DFWP. Mid Town
Office Park. Fax resume
with construction exp.
Needed in Jacksonville:
CDL Dump Truck Drivers
Lowboy Drivers (3yr. exp)
Friction Crane Operator
Top Pay and Benefits
minorities females and
Viet Nam Era Veterans
are encouraged to apply.
Must have transporta-
tion. Exc pay! Benefits/
reliable people only!
JANITORIAL PT positions,
Jax, Fernandina Bch
O.P. PV locations. Eve
ilt4 .: II 1
New Home Constr Duct
Mech, Service Techs. &
Exper. prefd but will
train, good pay & ben-
efits DFWP 278-0339
person to learn AC &
appliance repair must
have good driving
knowledge helpful, call
737.0750 ask for Ed or
ROOFERS & LABORERS
Must have transpor-
tation. Office 285-4788
; T oiect Management
Get ahead of your competition at
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Contact us today at 904-363-4117.
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TILE SETTERS & HELP-
ERS- wanted. Entry
level positions starting
@ $8/hr. Tile Setters
HrlY & piece work. Must
have proper paper
work for sub contract-
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*6" 6010-7018 6G
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Background & drug cks.
Must be H.S. grad.
Part-time position 6:15
to 11:15PM. FAX
resume to Vance Miller
at (904)646-9956. Tulsa
Welding School in Jax.
711* ra Trade
The OSRV Georgia
Responder is an oil spill
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are currently looking
for a full time AB. Part
time and response pool
personnel also needed
for all positions. 1600
Ton Masters Oceans to
500 Ton Mates. Chief
Engineers to Oilers
ABs STCW '95m Requile
0800-.1500 M- F for more
RIGGER- prefer Merc
Cruiser, Yamaha &
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Salary nego. ,benefits,
Call Kevin 730-9968
Shipyard in VA
Call Toll Free
SALES For Jax area.
Ins. license /Laptop,
Exp req'd. 800.982-1952
Apt Asst Mgr
Exp only apply, min Bmo
One Site Knowledge.
Fax Resume 996-8694
Exp, lic & equipment
req'd. Email resume to
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
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CNA PREP COURSE Day or
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& affordable. Superior
CNA's & HHA'S
up to $10.00/hr
Need all shifts.
Appl Underhill, 3515
IHenaricks Ave. FDLE,
physical & TB req'd.
Needed for busy GYN|
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h paid time off for F/T. |
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904 environment. Fax
resume to: 247-2281
Highest rates in Jax area!
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certified HHA needs
quality care givers. Home
health expert pref. Plenty
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Health Services at
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904-419-4990 or apply at
6320 St. Augustine Rd.,
ASST./ FRONT DESK
Dental Exp only.
778-0366 or fax 778-0003
DENTAL ASST- Exp
Fernandina Bch area.
Fax resume 261-5002 or
mall to 1200 S 14th St
Fernandina Bch Fl 32034
C.D.L. Bus Driver
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ACCTS PAYABLE CLERK
Immediate opening for
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Looking for a very
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working for a large
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pd vacation, 401K with
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more. Drug testing req'd.
Send resume to:
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Gold Medal Jacksonville
5599 Commonwealth Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32254
Mgmt Oppt'les. Top
wages, bonuses, bnfts.
Orange Pk 213.9363
S'side 519-7970; 564-2731
W'side 786 3547
Jax Beach 273-2888
Call Malabar. 9801
Beach Blvd. 641-5033
Bartenders FT/PT, Cooks
TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
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GOLD CLUB 645-5500
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Day/Night shifts avail
Busiest club in town'
GOLD CLUB 645-5500
able& flexible. Appi,
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M-F. 1500 Airport Rd
Kitchen Manager wanLed
responsible for inve"
scheduling, food co3t.
and labor cost. lyrpiu.-
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a definite plus.Pay
experience. Fax resume
880-3020 or call
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Hiring PT Maintenance
Call 641.5033 or 86&02793
at Regency now hiring
Flex hrs, day or night.
FT/PT. Great pay &
bnfts. Apply M-F,
416 Commerce Center Dr.
737 Real Estate
Looking for ambitious
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files. Unlimited growth
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work. Will train. Must
have vehicle. 880-5436
GARAGE DOOR TECHS-
truck, tools & exp reqd.
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etc. 30 boxes full $200
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762 Work At Home
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Julie's Cleaning Services
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A+ PAINTING & POWER
WASHING INC. Great
Service, great prices get
your free estimate this
week. Lic/Ins. 504-9870
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
DIN. RM SET SSyrs old,
newly refinished. 6chrs
Buffet & China Cab.
$18k. Call 221-2003
% white side- by- sideice
serious callers Call
capacity, exc condo.
$200for both 398-3693
,. GE WASHER PRO-
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iI)l20 cycle, perfect
temp, heavy duty
dryer. XL capacity,
$275. Call 272-6954
/ XL, capacity20
I\J, cycle pefeectemp
Sheavy duty dryer
XL, capacity, excellent
condition $275 Call
40 Kenmore quite guard
old, $75.00. Call
I andDryer. Very
d good condition.
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T 10 Inch Table Saw-
S $300 14 inch saw
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Absolute Best Shrimp
Oib i10L. $2 00 lb.
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kt FOR SALE
hitachi cmb 13u 21"
tl monitor $75, 22
pitch 18.5" depth
same as most 19" good
condition four avail-
Golf clubs 10,ltrue grit
T Machine $900
Sw 5 Thread merger
$900 Call 317- 0529
IS YOUR POOL TO HOT
ORTO COLP7? ..
Your solution is herell
I have a brand new8
never used. state o
the art, heater/cIjller
made by Pernta.
HP. Retail P Ice SUO
selling for $4 500. -
If you don't believe it
and want to see it
call mel! .
Call 904-501-. 666 a4d I
ask for Luis.t-
wood, over 10 units
LAWN MOWER 5 H.P.
mulcher $65.00,3 HP
1 | gas edger $95.00.
ing supplies. Sears
Kromedge mitersaw, locks.
vents nails, 781-6222
O LEATHER COUCH
beige good con-
,0I dition Orig. $1,100.
after 5:00 PM
2 sets short sleeved
size medium, retail
$72.50. selling both
sets for $20 0BO Joan
Military Swagger stick,
78 & 45 records & other
old Items. 904-241.5570
a Motocycle Leather
S Jacket with chaps,
women's size 8.
tion $50. Aquarium 20
allon whisper filter filter $20
& POOL TABLE
wood, 1" slate. All
& Pool Table Oak
Ijt with balls cues,
sticks, and cover
$300 OBO 904-278-1126
9 SOFA EXCELLENT
S condition $250,
S microtek scanner
still in box $25,
caleca pasta bowls $10,
large mirror $25
Test Market $1000 In free
products. Just pay S&H
SPotted 5' tall 3 across
I 100 arms moving must
sell $200 Bill 246-0301
7 AM 7PM
$20.00, VCR player
with remote $20.00,5
sleeping bags $35.00
all, boys 20" bike $10.00
SSize medium x-short
retail $31.95 will sell
for $10 OBO call Joan
910 i Arts & Crafts/
SCrafters 100 skeins
still wrapped. $100
Workstation / Cubldes
Herman Miller 8'x 8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
922 & Jewelry
Bose 901 Speakers
(black) a must see and
ti hear $300.00 for pair
a Mobile DJ Mixer and
Sthree(3) CD players in
l mobile DJ case, plug
and play Karaoke on
Mobile DJ Pioneer 500
4 must see and hear
GATORS 2 JOHN DEERE:
HPX.4x4. 300 hours.
$5500. HPX trail gator.
7 1 hours, $6500.
904 759 7497
5000 sq. ft.
1000's of items
Fri & Sat 8am -?
We are sorry we had to
postpone our original
Sep. 23rd& 24th.
More donations have
arrived, we appreciate
support in Angle Aid.
ICW-Frl & Sat 8-2pm.
Take GIrvin- Ashley
Malisse- Arkenstone to
JCP Moving Sale Sat &
Sun 9-3. 400 Chicopee
Ct. Dr set, kit table,
refrig & other items.
Mandarin-Frl & Sat 7-2
12516 Gentle Knoll Dr. E.
Furn, hh Items, misc Item
Mdlbrg Sat & Sun 10-4p
1612 Sedgwlck Dr. Furn,
floor coverings, misc.
Riverside Garage Sale
Furn, decor, clothes etc
Sat 9/10 8a-3p
2816 Post St.
SJCC-SR210. Multi Fami
Stonehedge Trail Ln.
Sat Sept. 10th. 8-12
Lots of stuff!!!
S'SIDE 2403 Atlantic Blvd
Parking Lot. Sat.
Sept 10th 8AM-12pm.
No Early Birds! Many,
Many Items, h'holVA
more." E- bay
W'slde-9/10 & 9/11
To many Items to list!!
6345 Rawhide Tr. N.
Wslde Fri -Sun. Rdg Mwr,
exrs eq, spnt piano,
biks, Ids 8-up. from
WIlson S on Lane 3 blk
L, 1R, 3L 6807 Blanco Ct.
W'side-Yard & House
Sale Sept 9th & 10th at
Helping Hands Thrift
Store. 1040 Wolfe St.
Bargain Hunters Galore
This Sat & Sun have your
garage sale at The
Market Place. Vendor
Spaces Starting @
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
J 200 5'xl' TRAILER
h 200 LBS axial 15"
1 wheels V-tonge
treated woos 2"x8"
floor drive on gate steel
$950.00 call 912-576-1281
MoWer 12.5 HP, 38"
y cut 5 spd, new
pulleys, belts &
blades $40 334-1962
a Craftsman Riding
Vl.cut, new pulley
belts and blades,
located in St. Johns
cut, speed trans,
Elec start. $500 orig
Condition, 40 inch,
Cut 5 speed. Trans
elec start $500 org $1100
982 4297. 542 2252
B WESTSIDE Beaut.
V | fPerlect move-in
cond 2BR.2Ba. kit
with dr and fam. rm.
storage, rock tpl with
cust mirrors, screened
backoorch with closed
door washroom, lake
behind home %with
oeaur landscape, cust
deck. patio ence
a ANTIUE PARLOR SET
l Victorian reproduc-
tion, three piece sofa
king, queen chairs, cherry
flourac $1,000.00 Ron
/ stand,marble top &
w/burled on drawer
and doors.Excellent cond.
BRAND NEW IN PLASTIC
Queen $120 King $145
Mem. Foam From $340
New 1/2 Price Today!
New Factory Warranty
Twin Sets $79-$195
Full Sets $99-$295
Queen Sets $119-$495
King Sets $250-$595
Memory Foam $325+
Can Deliver 505-7941
Bedrm set-3pc + head-
non smoker. 781-4910
Bedroom 4Pc Set $2J
l SPECIAL STUDENT
2 Pc Sofa&Chair From$199
SPC Sealy King Bed $99
SPC Qn Simmons Bed$198
3Rm ISPc Condo Pkg$998
CVR'S From $12
"20" Color TV's From $75
4 Drawer Chests $68
CO RT CE
excellent cond. $3
a FORMAL DINII
better durability ha
est fum, finish, e
cond, $1,000 693-3
_ Kitchen China Cal
S all wood $100.00L
I dog kennel $25.
' Call 317-0529
t Lag 2 1plec
Center- Pine c
"' with glass doe
$250 OBO. Call 317-
,I Mattress & E
spring (Two S
all Ifour pieces
Moving Sale Everything
Goes! Sofas, chairs,
tables, Bedrm furn.
misc. Bring your cash &
truck, Queens Harbor
between Hodges and
San Pablo off Atlantic
Blvd. For appt. 220-4200
SSeat Chair $225,
Twin Trundel with
A Solid Oak Roll Top
SDesk- Good Shape,
S very large Cali
4. TODDLER BED
l I 4Drawer dresser
Center Oak color fits up
to 32" TV $35. Sofa &
plaid with burgundy
floral cover Included
$250. Call Julie
a TWIN BED Includes
9 head and foot
1- board, metal wood
and box. Great Condi-
tion $75.00 620-9387
TWO AUDIO PIERS,
S$200. coffee and
ti1Stwo end tables
w/lights turn signal, &
mirrors, never used
M e Musical4
/ film/card reader,
i immaculate condition
researching family history
valued at $500.00 asking
S7' Cat Free, Golf
l Ibag with lots of
clubs,see for price.
BILLIARD TABLES NEW
Solid Maple 1" slate
Don't Pay Retail!!
1/2 Price 505-7941
Rem. Mod. 742 (6mm)
Mint (unfired) $395.
Call Rick 904-477-9764
S. GA Hunting Club still &
dog, modern camping
spots, 13,500ac. $800 yr.
STILL HUNTING CLUB,
Needs more members.
$1000 per membership.
Plenty of deer bears &
hogs. l1ml. West of
Homervllle, GA. 8000ac
to hunt. Call Jimmy at
904-669-8327 or John
990 Wanted To
990 Buy Or Trade
BUYING COMIC BOOKS
S& related Items call
1005 & Supplies
325acres, new barn bit
to withstand 140 mph
winds, New English
& Western arenas.
Must See.(904) 716-4908
1010 Pet's &
S19.5 ft Regal Cuddy
4 fully loaded, drive
on trailer. Full
canvas excellent con-
v ADORABLE T
1010 Pet's &
40+ PUPPIES ON SALE
OP Mall 278-6800
As Aquarium Hood
|, Light- Plastic with
glass panel. 29
Inches by 11.5 Inches.
Like new $20 268-2482
puppy AKC tri-colored
M w4wks $250. 249-5506
Shots & wormed.
19 mos. pastel w/ 50 gal
COLLIE PUPS S/W AKC.
4m, 2f,$550, 564-1715
Distress Sale-2 Blue &
Gold Mccaws + cage
and nest box.$1650. 2
Cockatiels w/cage $40.
1 Amazon w/cage $300
Cash only.Serlous calls
Dobe AKC Show Dogs
champion line pups
red/bik, $1000- $1200.
AKC, Bick & Tan, lm/2f
Champ lines 12wks. S/W
Check My Webslte at
or call 904-710-0393
SShepherd lyr old
I male. neutered.
Great with kids. All
shots. 777-8378 or
a, FBEE TENS
/ Born 6/20/05 w/
gallco, w/ black &
white paws, 2 tan &
white, 3 back & white,
available now! Info on
free spaying & neuter-
ing programs available.
each comes w/bag of
food &litter please call
H FREE TO GOOD
S HOME 5 mo. old
female, kennel trained.
Moving can't take with
m FREE TO GOOD
SHOME 1 male, 2
LIfemale cats, loving
and friendly. Mov-
ing can't take with us.
-White, AKC Shepherd
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS
Gorgeous, 8wks, $500 HC,
AKC 264-0404/284 4644
HAVANESE PUPS AKC
ready to go 1st shots, HC
colors. Call 386-362-5101
Jack Russell Pups-9wks,
tri color, very short. $350
JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES
CKC, $400 obo. Breeder
pair $500.904- 742.9412
LABS PUPS -AKC, choc,
262-8162 / 463-0236
lJ older female dog
to 13 year old female
Beagle. No large dogs.
Please call 291.4880
PIT BULLS UKC reg grand
champion bidlines, top
of the line pedigree's
PIT BULL TERRIERS, 9wks
from 12gen. breed. Red
nose. shots/ HC,
papers, $500. 887-4555
Pit's red nose $350.
full blooded 264-5176
all shots, 12 weeks.
Poms, Shih-Tzu, Bichon,
Razors Edge pups -UKC
reg $700. 704-968-0350
SaW, Ask for Trina.
Shih Tzu Pups 9wks.
males $300. H/C, shots,
Yorkles, Yorkle-poos &
black male poodle.HC's
also stud srvc. 908-5368
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personnel stationed in our communities
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia last year. Their time
was given to community organizations,
church groups, youth activities, scouting
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SFiberglass ARE Truck CHEVY SSR '03 Honda Knighthawk 750-2003, SUZUKI GR VITARA '99
SHIH TZUs quality 2004 Starcraft Tent toerdark blue,2yrs St#F637 $30,288 2,900 milexc cond. Helmet. St#BUCF270B $5988 Chevy Lon Bed SUZU AMIGO-'98, LINCOLN TOWN CAR 95 TOYOTATACOMA 03
Sweet Legacy pup AKC, tpnr.ba,,FuoveCrinlud /8T7 "A031 305. V8. Runs / lowmi, great St#BUC4121D $4988 V6,Prerunner willtake
Sweet Legacy pus/ AKC, ladedr. tACFy F olAfts Chevy short TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 .t.agn cvenct TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 10 ow mi, U 1 9 V6 ene take
health /ed, too many4500.00 transfering, mustbe81fr0Etee
guaranteed.$500OO-$600. extrasto list Go 904-24 5261/906355557 CHEY TAHOE '04 sell 904-571-1895 TOYOTA CAMRY '00 Great $1,500 OBO shape, Ssp, CD, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 best fer Mustsee,
904-387-4034 camping today! $10,000. St#1924A $23,988 imm a cu latee con d 5349488 sunroof, blue, good
www.LegacyShlhTzus.com Call 904-349-2753 FOUR CAR TIRES TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 INFINITIG20'02 loadedriced to sell this staeD1991 Car $85000000.- 98
/ .215 /60R/16 Con- St#F407 $16,388 week. S995. 38 7700 ID 191 Call 850-313-1020 MERCEDES M L-320 98
TO2JE Rminor repairs topper JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE sale! $10,000. 241-0951 TootaTacoma
ORTRAVELTRmiles $200. Call CONVERTIBLEFX '9 TOYOTA CAMRY '02$15,988 aiE A Riammdec ulp 5-01,41
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES 904-276-7944 V6 Gold exc. cond. INFINITI G35 '03 st#F707 $15,988call after 7:00pm904 '03. Immac. condo, loaded, reese class 11VJV
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J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales Honda CRS-SI 1991, 1.6 ara12296224 TOM BUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 g i $14,495. Call 3897700 00.er low ml. needto 708-1763
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1-800541-6439 motor,30,00miles,wings CORVETTE 1996. LEXUSGS 300'02 t#F619 $13,588* JEEPLIBERTY.2Lowmi. long!$9995.338-1055
west kit.many extras.Parts 6-speed, LT-4. Loaded. $199 a Month TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 black, $17k. 778-2159 18" rims. $15,288 or TOYOTA TUNDm9
Coleman Popup nly. Call6209387 / Targa. excellent W.A.C. 899-5820 $288/mo wac. 338-1055 TOYOTATUNDIPA 04
Trn4rkaaRrrta Th fCamper- Cross- L mech, like new CHEVY SUBURBAN LT TOYOTA4RUNNER LE'97 4dr, very low miles, need
Transporaion bars and 4Yakima RearBench Seatfrom tires option ZR-1, LINCOLN LS'01. V8 ToYOTACAIRYLE'02 '01. 3rd seat. very low to seI fast $24,988 or
vbanIke racks. All 1995 Dodge Caravan. wheels/tires. $13,000 loaded. excellent' con Silver, Nicecar, Canbe dset, JEEPUB '03 Lomi need to sell fast
1OOAviation hardware included. o Grayvinyl & 904-616-6008 edition, priced for a uick yours forall $199-5820 per mo miles$13,988.338-1055 n eed to sell fasto
1205Boats Used once 710-9353 cloth.Excellentcond. sale$12,975.389-7700 .A.C. Call 899-820 $13,98 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
1210SailboatS $300 BO $45 Call 268-2482 DAEWOO NUBIRA '01 TACAMRYLE 03 DODGEINTREPID'97 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER '02
15 Boat Dockage& Excellent condition LINCOLN LS V8'01 Lthrvery low ml need Lomi. pwrpkg, alloys JEEP WRANGLER 4X4'04 Low Miles, only $199
Rentals- A,* ni2 /5s*5 Alsoadedt priced for quick St#F701 $16,988 fast $14,988 or $6900. 899-5820 5spd, Black, only 11.000 per mo. W.A.C 899-5820 1345 Vans/Buses
131MEAnsartesMn RVSALE 7 Chevya Ero ram STirALTHM -371 4?-5 50e'96 K TNO LN89-7700L7 TOM BUS oAUTOPLEX 371-48T 7fl te pIes.coldAC.eHard
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Wntedl ROCKWOODIUP I needs/ $350 down wac.3897700 inter Con ./Hard $210MO wac. 3 70 763 FORD EXPLORER XLT 03 LEXUS RX0'01 condition,162K. ms 220-2910 or 728-4577
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lowtehouse ster'87-2 tos.$7350 Immac. fully loaded. Running Cond clean sell fast$6995. 338-1055 $21,485. 912-6. need3-11eas 995.
extras.$17,tomobiles 500 Cadillac Seville 3 lu, Very clean, low mi,9046352975. Need NRt 7u., iCl 3i 9 7 700u Call 3406-0060
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call 215-1040 Dado $38,000. 3524943434 Ford Taurus 4r h the military. FORD-MERCURY MATHENY LAND ROVER ARLINGTON TOYOTAed
23 Searay Bowrider '02 SUZUK2000 FST1252 KEY AUDI 1-B5 N EMW 2, SedaOnly26Y 253673 2, Au carc '87 V 6.B5 spd. / 94 eirvInr,9
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condition. Call545-4519 BMW74LU2002 sell ast$248mo wac. V,'r I.: ..m' nee '-, needcasn $5459389 7700 loaded. prZcedtoselthis For Great People with Torpedo'd Credit
Cape Horn 200419 off- Very Clean Car. Loaded Call 338-1055 sell 'as ii3.9i 'or eek $5975 00
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+downrig, Al. trailer. L' ,94 A/C, leather, per mo W.A.C 89-58207 1ls
Lots of extras, all as HARLEY DAVIDSON tilt/cruise, new 1...6.
new. Must see. $28k. 3 100th Anniv. tires. ower, HONDA ACCORD EX '03 ,__ONDA__RY_2000.
firm. Call 904-333-2433 Road King stage loaded, wood trim, Call St#F660 $18,388 PONTIAC GRAND AM GNT n HONDA0CRV3200UARANTEED APPROVAL!
one, nice, xtras, 233-55485$5,000 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 05 VE AT. Great D 2NDBUYAUTO.com A C aut. cruis
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any condition. 41J performance parts $288 motwac. 338-1055 TOM BUSHRAUTOPLEX 371- 4877. no d
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days: 573-3221 the publications distributed at the local bases in the area. 1 il '1 GARBER FOR,-MERCURY109J9I C TOYOTA- AVENUES
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