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'Emerald Knights'
Reinhart Takes Charge
Page 4

Ortho Clinic
You Break It, They Fix It
Pages 8-9

VS-22 Helps Habijax
Page 10



Photo by PH3 Kristopher Wilson
AWl Robert Webber of HS-75 keeps a firm grip on
a New Orleans resident as he is hoisted up during The family housing area at Naval Construction Battalion Center (NCBC
mandatory evacuation efforts Sept. 7 following the shows considerable damage from Hurricane Katrina.
devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina.

NAS Jax resources assisting in

By Miriam S. Gallet
As thousands of beleaguered Americans in
Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama evacuate
across the United States, NAS Jacksonville Sailors
and civilians are conducting emergency relief operations
in the affected areas.
Four NAS Jacksonville-based helicopter antisubmarine
squadrons, 84 medical personnel from Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, nine members from the Navy Region
Southeast Disaster Team, three commissary managers,
two Commander, Navy Region Southeast public affairs
specialists and one NAS Jax public affairs specialist, are



take refuge

at NAS Jax

By O1 Mike England
and Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor and Staff Writer
or many of us, the horrors of
Hurricane Katrina seem like a bad
dream that flickers on our television
screens every night. For others, it brings
back the bad memories of the toll last
year's hurricane season took on Florida.
For one Sailor now living in Jacksonville,
the disaster caused by Katrina is all too
real. Commander, Naval Reserve Forces
Command, New Orleans Sailor AT1(AW)
William Reeve, his wife, Lilibeth, and chil-
dren, Amanda and Gregory, lost every-
thing during the hurricane.
Reeve, whose who lived in Slidell, Miss.,
didn't think the storm would be that bad
at first.
"I was prepared to stay until I saw how
slow the storm was moving," he said. "We
thought we'd be back in a few days. We
couldn't imagine that things could get
this bad. Our minds weren't ready to
accept that everything could be
Reeve and his family soon found out
that everything was destroyed after he
and his son visited Slidell Aug. 27. It was
only then that they understood complete-
ly what Katrina had done to their com-
"There was at least three feet of stand-
ing water in the house, but you could tell
that it had been a lot higher than that by
the water lines on he walls," Reeve stated.

satellite pnoto courtesy or ricESui
working 24/7 to bring relief to those in need.
"The NAS Jax-based squadrons are extracting displaced
Americans in the region," explained JO1 Athena Blaine of

numerous members of their immediate and
Orleans after the hurricane.
"There was this thick layer of putrid,
black muck all over the house. Everything
was pretty much destroyed, although we
were able to recover a few things. My son
broke down when he saw the devastation.
I think he realized then that he'll neyer
be able to go back and resume the life he
once had."
Reeve videotaped the house so his wife
could see what had happened. "She was
awestruck when she saw the tape," he
said. "I couldn't describe to her over the
phone what had happened so I let the
tape do the talking."
Reeve and his family are staying in
mobile home they own in Middleburg
until everything is sorted out.
"My command was only a mile from one
of the broken levees, so it's completely
destroyed. Currently, I'm on temporary
orders to the Naval and Marine Corps
Reserve Center here, but it's not perma-
Reeve doesn't know where he'll end up,
but right now his only concern is getting

extended family evacuated here from New

his family settled. "The Navy has been
great. They've done a lot for us so far,"
Reeve said. "For me, the main thing is
getting my family settled and my kids in
school. I'll worry about the rest later."
Rough ride
For AE1(AW/NAC) Everett Evans of
VP-62, Hurricane Katrina made a huge
impact on him and his family. "My wife
and I are both natives of New Orleans. In
fact, we were stationed with VP-94 there
before transferring here two years ago,"
said Evans. "All of our immediate and
extended families live there."
When Evans learned about the massive
hurricane headed to his hometown, he
advised the family members there to
evacuate. "We have a large family so we
ended up with 15 people in our home,
plus the four of us. And, they brought
eight dogs including five puppies. It was
like Noah's Ark," he said laughing.

See VICTIMS, Page 12

sPhoto by PH3 Craig R. Spiering
U.S. Navy photo AW3 T.J. O'Dell of HS-7 drops off potable,
C) Gulfport, Miss., water and Meals Ready-to-Eat in a field for
rural residents near the hurricane-devas-
tated city of New Orleans.

recovery efforts
the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Public Affairs Office.
"The squadrons have been conducting search and rescue
missions, taking water and meals-ready-to-eat to people
who have been stranded. In the first three days here, the
squadrons conducted more than 58 sorties."
The Truman is anchored 30 miles off the coast of
Mobile, Ala. and its 4.5 acre flight deck and passageways,
are "bustling with Sailors of all ranks waiting for their
chance to make a difference."
The "Dusty Dogs" of HS-7 were the first to be dispatched
from the base and began supporting search and rescue
missions in New Orleans Aug. 31. "HS-7 was immediately




From Staff
N AS Jacksonville will hold a POW/MIA
Recognition Observance aboard the
base tomorrow 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
Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton will partici-
pate in the observance.
The keynote speaker is retired Air Force
Maj. Ed Horn, whose B-26 was shot down over
France in May 1944. He was' captured by the
Nazis and spent 11 months in four different
POW camps, including Stalag Luft III, the set-
ting for the movie, The Great Escape.
Seventy-three prisoners had tunneled out a
few months earlier. He was liberated in April
1945 by Gen. George S. Patton's 14th Armored
Division of the Third Army.
The observance will include the POW
Pledge of Allegiance, led by retired Chief
Ordnanceman Carl "Ed" Creamer, a former
Japanese POW. While a third class petty offi-
cer during World War II, his PBY was shot
down in the Bering Sea. One of three sur-
vivors 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.
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 by the
"Airwolves" of HSL-40 based at NS Mayport.
Military and civilian employees are encour-
aged to attend. The military attire for partici-
pants is summer whites, working uniform for
guests and appropriate attire for civilians.

Attention Reservists for information regarding their loved ones and for those evacuated to muster in with their commands.
The number is 1-877-414-5358. For Navy civilians and dependents, you may call 1-877-689-2722.
All Navy Reserve Sailors who drill or live in Louisiana, Mississippi or Alabama, please call 1- Th n is 4 o active-duty Navy volunteers, and in addition to mustering evac-
877-414-5358 or call your chain of command immediately to report your status. This line is staffed 24 hours by active-duty Navy volunteers, and in addition to mustering evac-
877-414-5358 or call your chain of command immediately to report your status.
uated personnel and their families, will have connectivity with Navy, FEMA and other govern-
ment agencies.
Toll-free hurricane helpline activated Military families can also visit http://militaryfamilylocator.org/ to enter information which will be
The Bureau of Naval Personnel has set up a 24-hour helpline for both Sailors and families to call used to notify deployed service members of the status of their family and loved ones.
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
AEI (AW/NAC) Everett Evans of VP-62 and his wife, Sue, (right) have a full house after

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2 Jmaxlr NOWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 15, 2005


Navy responds to Gulf Coast needs

4v .A

Jon Thompson
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
Impressive is the only
word I can think of to
describe the Navy's
actions following hurricane
Katrina! Every time I turn
on the television or open a
newspaper I see our Sailors
doing incredible things for
people they have never met.
It's humanitarian assistance
at its finest and I've never
been more proud of what
we, individually and collec-
tively, bring to the table
when people are in need.
Most Americans are used
to hearing about how the
Navy helped out people in a
foreign land. Today Amer-
icans are seeing our capabil-
ity and generosity up close
and personal. To every
Sailor in the mix, my hat's
off to you all. You are true
champions and when you
look in the mirror, you
should feel very good about
what you are doing to help
other Americans.
'Every day I read about
the Navy's contribution to
the relief effort. Currently
(this may change by the
time you read this) we have
19 ships operating either in
the Gulf of Mexico or
moored pierside. We are
also flying more than 60
helicopters, almost around
the clock, delivering any-
thing and everything.
Our Seabees are spread
throughout our Gulf Coast
bases and are working side-
by-side with local people to
help clear access, restore
power and erect camps and
facilities to provide the
basics. Our medical teams

Jon Thompson

are saving lives by the
minute. I could go on and
on about the units involved
and I'd still end up missing
someone. The bottom line is
this team effort, accom-
plished by active duty and
reserve Sailors, is making
an immediate and tangible
difference and our actions
will have a lasting effect on
the lives of people who have
been thrust into an
extremely difficult series of
The situation in the Gulf
Coast is particularly diffi-
cult for our Navy because so
many of our bases were also
affected. When the evacua-
tion orders were issued,
many of our own fled the
area. We continue to track
missing Sailors and the
Navy's Helpline (877-414-
5358) is staffed 24 hours per
The number is for all
Navy active duty, Reserve
personnel, DON civilians
and family members. If you
are in contact with someone
from the region who has yet
to check in and muster,
please give him or her the

number and have him or
her call at once.
Navy Personnel Com-
mand has set up this
helpline for Navy members
and their families to call for
information regarding their
loved ones. This line is
staffed by active-duty Navy
volunteers and has connec-
tivity with Navy, Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) and other
government agencies. They
will try their very best to
answer questions regarding
the status of Navy mem-
bers, but please be aware
that communication in the
region is still inconsistent.
To date, Americans are
watching their military rise
to the occasion here at
home. From what I see, we
have more than 19,000 mili-
tary personnel supporting
this effort; more than 10,000
alone are Sailors. Another
45,500 Army and Air
National Guard members
are serving in the affected
Many people have already
categorized the disaster as
the biggest in our country's
history. Although the major-
ity of the people have been
evacuated from the hardest-
hit regions, there are still
more who need our daily
help for food, water, cloth-
ing, shelter, etc. Anyway
you look at it, the recovery
is going to take a long time
and we (the Navy) will con-
tinue to respond as tasked.
This is our charter always
has been, always will be.
As much as I like to boast
about our Navy's efforts, I
constantly remind myself
we are a support organiza-

tion. The overall lead on
military support is U.S.
Northern Command
(NORTHCOM) that just
happens to be commanded
by Adm. Keating. NORTH-
COM is also a supporting
organization as the FEMA
is the overall lead and they
are tasked with the daily
assessment of needs and
when the Navy provides a
ship or unit to help, it's
because FEMA has directed
the military to perform cer-
tain tasks.
Our Navy was perhaps
uniquely qualified to pro-
vide immediate support.
When the hurricane hit,
USS Bataan was operating
in the Gulf of Mexico. She
rode the storm out and as
soon as the storm passed,
she was on station and
ready to respond. Although
scheduled to return to
Norfolk, the ship's orders
were changed and she
remained on station.
I was delighted to learn
that morale was character-
ized as "extremely high"
because each and every
crewmember understood the
need for their help and the
reason they couldn't be
released to go home. That's
the type of spirit that some
forget to mention. That's
the type of spirit that bonds
us as a Navy and that's the
type of spirit that ensures
we embody the term, "esprit
de corps!"
All our ships and Sailors
are providing incredible
services, whether that is dis-
tributing food and water by
LCAC or by staffing afloat

See RESPONDS, Page 6


'Sound of freedom' means different things to people

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
T hesound of freedom." Having
grown up in Virginia Beach,
'..L Va., near NAS Oceana, I
heard this phrase alot. I also heard a
lot of jet noise. Planes flew over while I
sun bathed on the beach. Jets
screeched past during my high-school
graduation. And a "clear day" was a
big blue sky with only a few. clouds
and a couple grey F14s streaking
across it.
Jet noise and the vision of airplanes
was the backdrop of my childhood. In
fact, the first time I left home to attend
school in a non-military town, I found
it a bit unsettling to not hear anything
that sounded like an elephant giving
birth. I couldn't explain it at first, but
a creeping sense of anxiety stirred
within me as I noticed how quiet
nighttime can be.
"What's that croaking sound?" I
asked my roommates.
"Uh, frogs," they said, starring at
each other in a way that revealed their
own growing uneasiness with me,,
their strange new friend from a planet
far far away. (The planet of military-
life, base housing, commissaries and
the Exchange, that is.)
"And what about that chirp-chirp-
ing?" I asked.
"So you're telling me you don't have
any airplanes to mask all this ... this
... noise!?"
Suddenly it occurred to me that jet
noise was not only "the sound of free-

dom," but also the "sound of home" for
So when mom called last week to
tell me the Department of Defense
(DoD) is considering shutting down my
childhood, it felt like all the warm
fuzzies had been pulled out from
under me again. OK, so the DoD isn't
targeting my childhood per se, but
that's what it felt like when mom said
BRAC (the Base Realignment and
Closures commission) is recommend-
ing to close NAS Oceana forever.
My guess is BRAC's announcement
is good news to a host of local Virginia
Beach residents who have voiced their
concerns about "jet noise" in newspa-
per editorials for decades. They are
probably jumping up and down, cheer-
ing with excitement (at a decibel level
appropriate for nearby wildlife, of
course). But when the party winds
down, the folks near Oceana will real-
ize what other cities (past and present)
affected by BRAC eventually come to
know: the skies might be quieter with-
out the military, but so will be the
malls and restaurants.
When the military leaves a city, it
takes with it commerce and
patrons-yadda, yadda, yadda- but also
culture, which is something many peo-
ple don't think about. If BRAC goes
forward with closing bases in Virginia
Beach, Brunswick and so forth, those
cities and their citizens will be further
removed from the history and culture
of the military. They will be like my old
college roommates, people who had
never seen a Marine in real life, much

less known one and known first-hand
the sacrifices he makes on a daily
basis for our freedom. To these people,
over time, the military will become a
distant, noisy entity, that's better off
being in someone else's back yard.
I started this column pre-Hurricane
Katrina, before so many men and
women from the United States mili-
tary were sent to aide in recovery
efforts in Mississippi and Louisiana.
At the time, BRAC and its closures
were the military headline du jour.
Today, i# is something different. On the
one hand, armchair politicians are crit-
icizing the military for not arriving in
the disaster zones fast enough. On the
other hand, the media is getting plenty
of mileage from video clips of Coast
Guard helicopters rescuing victims on
rooftops. Today, people have a lot to say
about the heroism of military service
members. Today, many states and cities
are proud to call those pilots their own.
All of which makes me think of two
points in particular:
First, how can we push our military
away-push them out of our cities-
and then complain that it takes them
too long to mobilize after a disaster?
Second, when the families waiting
to be saved on rooftops in New Orleans
saw United States helicopters coming
over the horizon...when they heard the
beating of the air ...when the wind
from the whirling blades kicked up
their shirts and blew out the hair...rm
pretty none of them was complaining
about the noise.
Sarah Smiley can be reached for com-
ments at www.sarahsmiley.com.

Hey, MoneyMan!
I have a $250 deductible
on my car insurance but my
neighbor told me I could
save money if I increased it.
I am worried that if I have
an accident, I will have to
pay a lot of money to get
my car fixed. How much of
a deductible do you recom-
MoneyMan Sez:
The amount of deductible
varies from person to per-
son. However, over the
course of your life, you will
probably spend tens of
thousands of dollars on
auto insurance and much of
the money you spend may
be simply wasted.
On auto policies you have
two deductions, collision

and comprehensive. Col-
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es. Comprehensive applies
to damages not caused by
crashes, such as a broken
window caused by vandals.
You should take the high-
est deductible you can
afford, normally $500 to
$1,000. You most likely will
save money over time. One
way to determine your per-
sonal deductible is to ask
yourself, "how much am I
willing to pay for an acci-
dent before I file a claim
with my insurance compa-
ny?" That amount should
be your deductible.
More questions? Call Hey
Moneyman! at 778-0353.


You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
Eucharist Episcopal
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


Job title/command:
NAS Jax Security Dept.

Hometown: Baton Rouge,

Family Life: Married with three boys.

Past Duty Stations: USS Saratoga, NAS
Cecil Field, NAS Sigonella, Sicily, Italy, USS
John F. Kennedy, NAS Roosevelt Roads, Naval
Security Det, Guam, Mobile Security Squadron
Seven, Guam

Career Plans: To finish my degree in crimi-
nal justice, make chief petty officer and go as
far as I can in my naval career.

;Most Interesting Experience: Helping
the tsunami victims in Indonesia and traveling
throughout the Pacific Region on AT/FP mis-

, Words of Wisdom: Always believe in your-
self and give 110 percent in everything you do
Sin life.


Job title/command:
Educational Tech/NAS Jax

Hometown: Pensacola, Fla.

| Family Life: Married to my wonderful hus-
band. We have two children and two grandchil-

Past Duty Stations: Pt. Mugu, Calif., San
Diego, Columbia S.C., Greensboro, N.C.

Career Plans: To continue to inspire and
% teach children. To let them know they are spe-
' cial and can be and do anything they set their
hearts and minds to.

Most Interesting Experience: Watching
my granddaughter enter into this world.

Words of Wisdom: Proverbs 3 (5,6) Trust
in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not
unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways
I acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths.

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ...............Capt Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat' Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 15, 2005 3

Former POW is guest speaker

for tomorrow's ceremony

ByjOl Mike England
Assistant Editor

very year, Navy
Region Southeast
and the City of
Jacksonville's Veterans
Service Division honors the
sacrifices that many veter-
ans have made with a
POW/MIA Recognition
Observance aboard NAS
Jacksonville. During the
observance, one former
prisoner of war (POW) is
selected to share his expe-
riences and insights with
the audience. This year's
speaker, former Army Air
Corps Maj., will reveal
what it was like for him to
be a POW in Germany
from May 28, 1944 until
April 29, 1945.
Horn enlisted in the
Army in 1942 and was
quickly accepted into the
Army aviation cadet pro-
gram and sent to
Lakeland, Fla. to learn how
to fly the B-26.
"I remember seeing an
invoice for hundreds of
thousands of dollars in my
name while I was signing
the paperwork to receive
my B-26," Horn said. "I
asked the sergeant there if
I was really responsible for
that much if I crashed the
aircraft and he said, 'Don't
worry, the plane is expend-
able and so are you.'"
After graduating from
the aviation cadet program
in October 1943, newly
commissioned 2nd Lt. Horn
headed off to French-con-
trolled North Africa to fight
the Germans.
"I remember being a lit-
tle scared, but mostly excit-
ed at the time," Horn stat-
By May1944, Horn had
successfully completed 22
bombing missions over
German occupied France
and was working on his
23rd on May 28 when his*
luck took a turn for the
"We were bombing a rail-
road yard that built trains
for the German Army over
Amiens, France when we
were hit by flack. Our right
engine was on .fire, but we
thought that we' might be
able to make it to England
since we were flying at
12,000 feet. After awhile
though, it became obvious
that we couldn't maintain
our altitude so we decided
to bail out," Horn added.
After crashing in
Northwestern France, the
Germans dispatched an
army unit to find and cap-
ture Horn and his five
crewmates. Of the six crew-
men on board, two were

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Army Air Corps 2nd Lt. Ed Horn
October 1943
killed in the crash and two
more were successfully
picked up by the French
resistance and shipped
back to England.
Unfortunately, Horn and
one of his fellow crewmen
were captured by the
German army and sent to
an interrogation camp.
* "They immediately sepa-
rated us and stuck me in
solitary," Horn recalled.
"After about a week, they
started their interrogation.
I was awestruck with how
much they already knew.
They had aerial photos of
base I'd flown out of and
knew that I hadn't flown
my plane that day. They
even knew when and
where I had graduated
flight school. It was kind of
Despite the German's
repeated attempts to
acquire intelligence from
him, Horn refused to give
them any information and
to this day is proud of how
he stood up to them during
his interrogations.
"They kept asking me to
fill in the blanks for them,
but the only thing I told
them was name, rank and
serial number," he said.
During his interrogation,
Horn's interrogator told
him about the allied inva-
sion of Normandy and of
his plans for the future.
"He told me that the
invasion had started and
he expected the German
army to push the allies
back into the English

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take a vacation in
Germany when the war
was over. It's pretty funny
looking back, but I sure
didn't think it was funny at
the time."
After the German army
had finished interrogating
him, Horn spent the next

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between POW camps.
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camp where 78 British air-,
man had escaped from two
months earlier, known to
most people as the great
escape," Horn remembered.
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marched for two days,
along with 10,000 other
allied prisoners, to a train
station. There we were
stuffed into boxcars and
shipped off to Nuremberg.
We were only about a mile
or so from a major German
railway that was bombed
day and night by the allies.
The living conditions and
food were terrible. The Red
Cross tried to get stuff to
us, but it didn't get through
that often."
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ened around the German
army, conditions continued
to get worse for Horn and
his fellow POWs. They
were moved again in early
April, but by then it was
just a matter of time before
they were liberated.
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weeks before we were liber-
ated," Horn said. "It was a
Sunday morning around 9
a.m. when we heard battle

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sounds in the town adja-
cent to the camp. Suddenly,
at around 9:30 a.m., an
American tank burst
through the front gates of
the POW camp. There were
over 100,000 allied prison-
ers there who just went
completely nuts."
As it turned out, it was
Gen. George Patton's
famed third Army that had
stormed the gates of their
POW camp to liberate
them. After the third Army
had seized control of the
camp, Patton himself went
through the camp to greet
the now former-POWs.
"I remember Patton said,
'I bet you bastards are
damn glad to see me!' it
was classic Patton," Horn

After his liberation, Horn
was sent back back home
for three months leave
before being discharged in
San Antonio, Texas.
Despite his many hard-
ships during the war, Horn
considers himself lucky for
"I knew a lot of great
men who didn't get to go
home and to their fami-
lies," he said. "I'm very
grateful for the opportuni-
ties I've been given by my
country. If it weren't for
young men like the ones
serving in Iraq today, we
wouldn't have the freedoms
we enjoy now. I just hope
they can all come home
soon and have the kind of
life I've had the privilege of



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From USS Harry S. Truman
Public Affairs
S-75 search and rescue
(SAR) crew-members
extracted a downed crew
from a Bell 206 helicopter just
east of the New Orleans Super-
dome Sept. 7.
Patrolling over the Hurricane
Katrina ravaged area in their
S11-60 Seahawk helicopter, the
aitrcrew made 11 other rescues
before the Bell 206 crash.
I was just making the call over
tHe internal communication sys-
tem to Lt. Cmdr. Bruce Glasko
who was at the controls when the
Bell 206 swapped ends and began
to rapidly descend," said co-pilot
Lt. Cmdr. Glenn Jimenez "I
knew this wasn't right, and
immediately told Bruce to come
left. At the same time, I caught a
glimpse of the other helicopter

Knights' rescue downed
impacting the roof of a small assist. With power lines and trees along the Gu
house surrounded by flood water." in the area, the feat wasn't as easy capabilities ii
The crew immediately went asit looked. Task Force K
into action. "I was trying to keep Davis clear "It's critical
"It took so long for them to of this large tree," said Parris. an asset like
come out of the helicopter, I was- The crew also worried about lifesaving int
n't sure they were still alive," said their helicopter's ability to hover, and availab]
rescue swimmer AW2 Kevin "We were initially concerned Medical Ph
Parrish. Eventually the downed that our aircraft was too heavy to Fermin Godi
crew managed to extract them- hover since we had just refueled, patients. "Th
selves from the wreckage. but a quick system check indicat- abilities like tl
Glasko and Jimenez readied ed we had plenty of power," said had been mo
the helicopter's hover position for Jimenez. form would s
rescue and Jimenez made the call Davis cleared the trees and provide the n
for help. hoisted all three survivors to The pilot
"I made the radio call to our con- safety, and both he and Parrish were pronoi
trolling agency informing them of bandaged their wounds. Jima's me
the downed aircraft and asking all "We were directed to take them observed ove:
other aircraft to stay clear until to USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7)," said "We perform
the survivors were safely aboard Glasko. "We were only five miles ment, a fast
our helicopter." Parrish then away and had them there in out trauma,
quickly set up the hoisting equip- about three minutes." Nurse Lt. Cn
ment and SAR swimmer AE1 Iwo Jima is one of only a few Glasko sai
Bryan Davis was lowered down to fully functional medical facilities formed outst

helicopter crew

ilf Coast, making its
valuable to the Joint
atrina relief effort.
lly important to have
Iwo Jima to provide
;ervention so close by
le," said Emergency
Lysician Lt. Cmdr.
nez, who treated the
his is the reason capa-
his exist. Even if this
ire serious, this plat-
till have been able to
necessary care."
and two passengers
unced stable in Iwo
medical ward and
med an acute assess-
examination to rule
" said Critical Care
ndr. Deborah Roy.
id his crewmen per-
;anding work all day,

and that this rescue was not out
of the ordinary. "It turned out to
be a textbook rescue, just like we
train for," said Glasko.
After dropping off the rescued
helicopter crewmen, the HS-75
crew returned to the air to make
one more rescue before finishing
the night's mission.
"This is the best part of the job,"
said Davis. "It's like our motto: so
others may live."
HS-75 is currently embarked
aboard afloat forward support
base USS Harry S. Truman (CVN
75), conducting SAR operations
for the relief efforts following
Hurricane Katrina. All squadrons
and Truman will be in the U.S.
Gulf Coast region until the Fed-
eral Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA) and the Depart-
ment of Defense no longer need
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From HS-75
mdr. Darren Rein-
hart relieved Cmdr.
Zack Taylor as com-
manding officer of HS-75 in
a traditional change of com-
mand ceremony Sept. 10.
Reinhart was raised in
Camden, Ark. and received
a bachelor of engineering
degree from the University
of Mississippi in 1986, at
which time he was commis-
sioned through the NROTC,
program. He began flight
training in Pensacola in
March of 1987 and was des-
ignated a naval aviator in
October of 1988.

Cmdr. Darren Reinhart
Reinhart's first assign-
ment was with the HS-11
"Dragonslayers" at NAS
Jacksonville, flying the SH-

He completed three
Gulf deployments with HS-
11 on board USS America
(GV-66), the last two in sup-
port of Desert Shield and
Desert Storm. Following
completion of his initial sea
tour, Reinhart reported to
the HS-1 "Seahorses" in
1992 for duties as an
instructor pilot in the SH-

the USS Wasp (LHD-1), at
Norfolk, Va. where he
served in the air depart-
ment as aircraft handler
and assistant air officer.
During this tour he quali-
fied as fleet officer of the
deck and deployed to the
North Atlantic and Medi-
terranean Sea. Reinhart
reported the Naval Safety

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By 103 Riza Wenthe have been assisting [Navy Reserve
Naval Media Center Fleet Support ."".'"'.. Personnel Command] in making sure
Detachment Norfolk Naval Reserve FOCe their immediate needs are met; that

commander, Naval Reserve For-
ces Command (COMNAVRES-
FOR) evacuated the greater
New Orleans area at the end of Au-
gust and has relocated to Naval
Support Activity Mid-South at Mil-
lington, Tenn., following the destruc-
tion caused by Hurricane Katrina.
Alternate headquarters were estab-
lished there at Navy Operational
Support Center Memphis.
Cmdr. Rick Russell, Reserve Per-
sonnel Administration Department
Head and acting PERS49 Division
Director said that prior to Katrina
touching ground they had already
sent a small contingent of personnel

to begin setting up operations.
"We facilitated getting computers,
phones and work spaces required,"
said Russell. "We also prepared to
provide emotional and physical assis-
tance for folks who would need it. "
Russell also said one hundred percent
accountability of their forces, includ-
ing officer and enlisted personnel,
civilians and their family members
was a top priority for the command.
"We've started to stand up a 24/7
watch," said Russell, "because the pri-
mary focus right now during this cri-
sis response phase has been to make
sure we know where all our service
members .are. "Russell continued, "We

food, clothing, shelter and money are
being made available. "Many deci-
sions have yet to be made regarding
COMNAVRESFOR, including which
functions are critical to their mission.
"Once this has been determined],
we will bring those people here in our
designated spaces," said Russell. "We
will get them set up so we can contin-
ue to serve our customers, which
includes the retired reserves. Some of
the things that we are trying to do
over the long haul," he added, "is get
the reserve forces to a stable position
where we have the right number of
Sailors and civilians here so we can
support critical functionality with
very minimal break in service."

New exam deadline for Katrina-affected Sailors

From Staff

Navy has extended the cut-off
date to order sub-exams for
Sailors affected or evacuated
by Hurricane Katrina. The new
deadline is Oct. 14. Navy personnel
will evaluate the need for further
extension based on the status of
Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts.

Education Services Office (ESO)
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other than those assigned to them
will process examinations to accom-
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Sailors who were required to evacu-
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Special orientation for volunteers

Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
ADI(AW) Zachary Henderson, left, and AD2(AW) Karine
Williams, both of VP-30, and other volunteers interview
one another during an orientation to become a hurricane
shelter volunteers Sept. 8. More shelter volunteers are
needed to help staff Argyle and Chimney Lakes Elementary
Schools in the event the base is evacuated. For more infor-
mation or to volunteer, call DCCS(SW) Matthew Melott at
542-5595/2451, Ext. 20 or e-mail matthew.melott@

American Red Cross Instructor Herb Fischer gives hurri-
cane shelter volunteers information on how to interview
evacuees during an orientation class at the NAS Jax Fire
Department Sept. 8. "We have quite a few shelters in the
Jacksonville area. We've found that the best run shelters
are those run by military members. We encourage military
members, retirees and their families to volunteer if they
can," said Fischer.

military evacuees

From Staff
Navy housing offices across the country are
preparing to shelter military members and fami-
lies displaced by Hurricane Katrina.
According to Alan Bergo, director of Navy Housing at
Commander Navy Installations Command headquar-
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bachelor and family housing at bases around the U.S.
that could be used to house single military members or
families who evacuated because of the hurricane.
In addition to the almost 3,000 visitors quarters rooms
available for short term use, nearly 5,000 bachelor hous-
ing rooms and approximately 4,400 family housing units
have been identified for possible use to house evacuees
from Katrina. All Navy housing managers across the
nation have identified their capacity to take displaced
personnel; because the "safe haven" has been extended
throughout the U.S., military families may have re-locat-
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their families. Bergo said that members of the other serv-
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From Page 2

hospitals to provide life-sav-
ing treatment to patients that
might not otherwise get care.
When the recovery is com-
plete, and the historians
write about the military's
response and ability to
immediately make life bet-
ter for the people of the Gulf
Coast, I'm certain the Navy
will be remembered as
invaluable. Our Sailors
have been responsive,
aggressive, inventive, and
above all, compassionate.
To me, that was always a
forgone conclusion, but to
many Americans who have
never found themselves on
the receiving end of our sup-
port, they are gaining a
firsthand impression that
should last a lifetime.

HS-75: Reinhart

takes command

From Page 4

Center in Norfolk, 'Va. in
1996 where he served as
the H-60 safety analyst
until 1998 when he report-
ed to the HS-15 "Red Lions"
at NAS Jacksonville and
performed the duties of
safety and maintenance
department head until
April 2001, when he left the
active component of the
Reinhart began drilling in
the Navy's Reserve
Component in June of 2001
and affiliated with the HS-
75 "Emerald Knights" in
August of that year, where
he has served as training
officer, maintenance office,
and executive officer.
Reinhart works for J. F.
Taylor, Inc. in Lexington
Park, Md. where he sup-
ports the development of
the Navy's MH-60R flight
simulator at NAS Patuxent
River. He is married to the
former Bonnie Sue
Tilghmon of Camden, Ark.
-They have two daughters.
Taylor is employed as a
'757 captain for ATA Air-
lines and will continue to
reside in Jacksonville.
"''- ;,'

Again shipmates, I could-
n't be more proud of your
efforts. To each and every
man and woman in our
Navy who is either directly
or indirectly supporting
recovery efforts, I thank you
from the bottom of my heart
and encourage you to keep
up the tremendous effort.
All eyes are on you and you
are showing our Navy in the
most favorable light.
For those of you who may



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None of us are on the side-
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VS-32 'Maulers'

By Lt. Paul Vidal
Sea Control Weapons School
Behind the familiar images
of jets landing on aircraft
carriers is an incredible
amount of training. Every person
on the flight deck, every aviator
in the aircraft, and every
squadron far from home trains
literally years to reach that pin-
nacle of combat readiness.
Unlike other aviation squad-
rons, a carrier-based squadron
must launch off of a ship, com-
plete a complex mission in foreign
airspace, then land on a moving
ship in the darkness of night.
At NAS Jacksonville, every S-3B
Viking squadron that goes to
defend our country must first com-
plete an intensive training pro-

gram of-
fered only
at this
base. The
Sea Con-
trol Ad-
(SCARP) is
a five-week training program
designed to take a squadron from
routine operations to combat-
ready proficiency in the air.
Recently, the VS-32 "Maulers"
and the Sea Control Weapons
School finished this intensive
training process.
The Sea Control Weapons
School is the center for S-3B
Viking tactics and is charged with

teaching individual squadrons
how to fire missiles, drop bombs,
eavesdrop on enemies and avoid
getting shot down while doing it.
In SCARP, the entire squadron
participates in a week-long series
of lectures educating aviators on
enemy threats and the carrier
battle group's response to them.
All Viking crewmembers receive
the most advanced training and
intelligence on a variety of sub-
jects. After an additional week of
intense simulator flights, VS-32
was ready to prove their skills in
the air.
On some days, the VS-32
Maulers rocketed at 350-mph to
dropping 2,000 pounds of bombs
on realistic targets. Spur of the

moment targeting was conducted
with Navy helicopter assets using
the Laser-Maverick missile sys-
tem on numerous targets. Other
times, aircraft would practice
picking apart targets as small as
a Volkswagen with the SLAM-ER
missile, which can be launched
and guided from over the state
line. The ocean off the coast of
Jacksonville would be swept with
the powerful radar of the S-3B,
with all ships in the area located
and identified. A "dummy boat"
propelled by a remote controlled
jet-ski was targeted, identified
and destroyed using cluster
In five weeks, the VS-32
Maulers dropped over 32,000
total pounds of high-explosive
bombs at Florida bombing ranges

and conducted 75 simulated mis-
sile shots using actual SLAM-ER
missiles. The close proximity of
bombing ranges, the clear air-
space, and abundance of safe aeri-
al transit routes make NAS
Jacksonville ideal for conducting
training previously available only
outside the continental U.S.
The Viking tactics instructor
staff of the Sea Control Weapons
School appreciate the hard work
and professionalism displayed by
each Mauler during their SCARP.
The VS-32 Maulers will not
deploy for several months, but
they are well on their way tacti-
cally to meet the challenging
operational commitments placed
upon them by their carrier air
wing commander.

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any of those affect-
ed by the hurri-
cane are military
families. The Veterans of
Foreign Wars (VFW) organ-
ization is centering its
relief efforts on monetary
donations because clothing,
food and building-materials
drives will cause logistical
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through direct donations to

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kin of a deceased, former member of

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Cmdr. William Bott, a recalled Reservist working in Orthopedics, takes an X-ray of Devin Jakeway's elbow.

HM3 Adrianna Dalton and HM3 Dyani Wright apply a cast to a patient's ankle.

Lt. Cmdr. Elizabeth Moran assisted by HN Sonya Gordon operate on a patient's ankle.



By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Broken bones, torn muscles and ligament injuries are daily fare for
Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Orthopedics Department.
Working out of seven exam rooms and a cast room, the staff
sees mainly patients with sports type injuries sprains, torn ligaments,
extremity fractures, etc. according to Interim Department Head Lt.
Cmdr. Timothy Hastings. He is
standing in for the depart-
ment's senior provider, Cmdr.
James Toledano, who is cur-
rently deployed to Iraq.
The clinic staff, made up of .
23 doctors, nurses, hospital '
corpsmen and support staff,
treats, on average, 1,200
patients per month. These
patients are seen both by u
providers in the hospital and
by providers sent on tempo-
rary assigned duty (TAD) to
six Florida and Georgia mili-
tary health clinics. The
Orthopedics staff includes
nine orthopedic surgeons who
each perform about seven sur-
geries per week. All consults
go through Consult Reviewer
Lt. Cmdr. Elizabeth Moran
who explained, "Primary Care Cmdr. Elizabeth Moran makes an incision
providers provide consults to while operating on a patient's ankle.
the clinic which are reviewed
and if service can be provided on base we will appoint the patient.
Otherwise if the patient is in need of services we can't provide we send
them out to a TRICARE Network provider."
Hastings said that so far this summer, due to limited staffing, the
department has been seeing active duty patients and, on a space-avail-
able basis, other military treatment facility (MTF) enrolled TRICARE
Prime patients. This availability is expanding, to include all enrolled
Network Prime patients and, on a space-available-basis, TRICARE
Standard patients. All Orthopedics patients are seen by referral only
from Naval Hospital Jacksonville primary care providers or from the
Emergency Department.
While the department is kept very busy treating patients with a mul-
titude of injuries includ-
w iing broken bones, bone
and shoulder injuries,
,knee injuries and other
strains and sprains; the
TRICARE network
referral system is used
to access specialists for
more involved cases.
These would include
S such things as intricate
S hand work, foot and
Ankle work, pediatrics
cases and spine surgery.
The department of-
fers a total joint re-
placement surgical pro-
gram run by Lt. Cmdr.
Eric Bonenberger. He
operates on about four
joint replacement pa-
tients per month, main-
ly retirees suffering the
Reservists Cmdr. William Bott and HM2 Gayle crippling effects of
Lebert examine Staff Sgt. Joseph Easterling's arthritis and other such
elbow, evaluating it for full range of motion. conditions.
After undergoing this surgery, Bonenberger said, "We are hoping to
increase the number of hip and knee replacement operations we per-
form each month as our total joint replacement service expands. Also,
we are in the early stages of implementing computer assisted naviga-
tion technology. This can improve the precision of the surgical place-
ment of the implants. In terms of quality of life, people who have had
joint replacement operations are able to regain their functional losses
such as pain free walking, stair climbing, and sporting activities such
as golf."
Improving patient care and availability of service is always the goal
in Naval Hospital Jacksonville's Orthopedics Department Hastings
said. "We're always kind of tweaking the templates to try to figure out
how to be more productive and see more patients, he explained,
whether it's here or at the branch clinics." He said, "This should be eas-
ier now that we have fewer people deployed."
So when you wrench your shoulder with your Tiger Woods golf swing
or a family member sprains an ankle falling off a skateboard rest
assured that Naval Hospital Jacksonville's crack Orthopedics special-
.sts stand ready to help put the pieces back together. 1

ax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 15, 2005 9

Lt. Cmdr. Eric Bonenberger injects the ankle of patient Brian Weiss ankle with anesthetic prior to applying a splint.


HM3 Amador
Remos takes
an X-ray
of the .
right elbow
of AE3

HM3 Adrianna Dalton puts a fracture boot a type of splint on patient Jennifer Ennis' leg.

"10 JaxAAr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, September 15, 2005


help build houses

By Lt. James Wyman
Service members representing the
"Checkmates" of VS-22, gave some of
their liberty time Aug. 26 to help
make a dream come true for local families.
Lt. Thomas Taylor, VS-22's quality assur-
ance officer, rounded up the volunteers to
work with HabiJax, the local Jacksonville
chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit
organization that has helped provide
affordable housing to low-income families
worldwide since 1976. This is made possi-
ble through monetary and material dona-
tions, and through local citizens volunteer-
ing their time. The family for whom the
home is being built participates in the con-
struction as part of their payment.
HabiJax has been providing this service in

Duval County for more than 15 years.
The volunteers met at Hangar 114 before
heading to HabiJax's offices in Springfield,
north of downtown. Once on site,
Checkmates were split into several groups
for work at different sites. For the rest of
the morning and into early afternoon they
did a variety of jobs to help with HabiJax's
mission. Crews at construction sites helped
clean up debris, laid sod, and planted bush-
es for landscaping, while another crew
helped to reorganize HabiJax's warehouse
and load trucks with supplies for various
"The response for this event was over-
whelming," said Taylor. "We only had 15
spots available for the command and had
to turn people away. I'm proud that so
many people wanted to help."
Squadron members plan to regularly vol-
unteer for this worthy cause.

Photo courtesy of VS-22
The "Checkmate" crew starts their day volunteering for Habijax.

CNI discusses support initiatives for Sailors

in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

Hendrick Dickson
Navy News Service
In a recent interview,
Commander, Navy In-
stallations Command
(CNI) Rear Adm. Christo-
pher Weaver discussed the
Navy's initiatives to ensure
support is available for
Sailors and family mem-
bers affected in the after-
math of Hurricane Katrina.
Soon after Katrina roared
through the Gulf Coast
states, leveling almost
everything in its path, the
Navy began efforts to pro-
vide a routine, day-to-day
support infrastructure for
Sailors, their families and
civilians in the area.
"Our first response is the
stabilization of the installa-
tions themselves and the
facilities, structures and
people within them," said
Weaver. "So, in the immedi-
ate aftermath of the storm,
what we have sought to do
is to make the bases safe
again for transportation,
mobility and so forth."
"Then immediately after,
we have tried to get into
the support for the individ-
ual Sailors and civilians
and their families," he con-
tinued. "And that is proba-
bly the number one thing in
the case of a disaster such
as this. That is going to get
us back up on our feet."
One way the Navy is sup-
porting Sailors is by stand-
ing up community support
centers on the bases where

Sailors and family mem-
bers can go to receive the
support they are accus-
tomed to.
These one-stop centers
will house such services as
Personnel Support Activi-
ties, the Navy/Marine
Corps Relief Society, Fleet
and Family Support Pro-
grams, Housing, Child De-
velopment Service and
more. The first center is
already up and running in
Gulfport, Miss.
"Within a day or so [of
the hurricane strike], in
Gulfport, Miss., some serv-
ices were being provided
from the Fleet and Family
Support Centers and the
Navy/Marine Corps Relief
Society to be able to sup-
port and sustain our
Sailors there," said Weaver.
Weaver said as the region
becomes more stabilized,
these centers will continue
to be stood up until there is
one to support every Navy
"As we regain electrical
power to the bases that
have been affected, we will
be establishing the same
type of centralized support
process where the commu-
nity support functions will
be available from central
locations on these bases,"
said Weaver.
"In the case of Pascagoula
(Miss.), where there has
been a significant amount
of damage, we'll actually
put [the support] on a bus
and site it there."
Weaver also described

other support avenues
available, not only for
Sailors in the affected area,
but others as well. In par-
ticular, he pointed out the
Navy Personnel and Family
Member Helpline currently
available for Hurricane
Katrina Relief Information
"The 877 number is avail-
able to people all over the
Navy not just for people in
the affected area that they
can call. They will be
received on the phone by a
person, not a recording, and
that person will own the
question or issue until it is
properly resolved by some-
one in the community sup-
port process within CNI or
within [Navy Personnel
Weaver also issued a
message of reassurance to
those Sailors who are
deployed and can not be
home to support their loved
one during this disaster.
"To those folks who are
deployed, we are working to
help them as a first priori-
ty, because we know you as
a deployed member of our
Navy force cannot do it
yourself," Weaver said.
"This is going to generate
a lot of anxiety, not just in
the area that has been
affected, but all over our
Navy," he continued. "We
want to reassure people
and enable them to contin-
ue to perform the mission
for our country and for our
Navy by being able to take
care of the loved ones and

people who have been
affected by this storm."
Finally, Weaver praised
the Navy's response and
efforts in helping the
nation recover from one of
the worst natural disasters
in its history.
"Navy forces, both afloat
and ashore, have the ability
to respond and to merge
together and work together
to provide from the sea
and from the shore an
agile and responsive and
effective response to a cir-
cumstance like this."
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go," he continued. "We know
a lot of people are suffering
and hurting, but we are
very confident in the
processes and the resources
and, above all, the people
that we have to get this job
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By Miriam S. Gallet

Sailors, retirees and
family members
attended the NAS
Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center
(FFSC) "How to Prepare for
a Job Fair" workshop Sept.
7. The workshop was held
in preparation for the Sept.
21 Navy Tri-Base Job Fair
at the Morocco Shrine
According to Rich Brown,
FFSC family life specialist,
the workshop is held every
time the tri-bases, NAS
Jax, NS Mayport and NSB
Kings Bay, Ga., schedule a
job fair. "We want our
Sailors, spouses and
retirees to be fully prepared
when they attend a job
fair," explained Brown.
"People think that having a
professional looking resume
will guarantee them a job,
however, once they attend
this workshop, they realize
that a resume is only the
beginning to getting a job."
During the two-hour
workshop, participants
learned how to target a
resume and what the
human resource specialists
look for in a resume. "Our
course covers areas that
many job applicants don't
pay attention to," Brown
said. "I teach participants
how to dress for success,
the value of researching a
company before applying
for a job, how to network
and how to present a 90-

SKI(AW) Eric Villaflor of
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SK1(AW) Eric Villaflor, a
20-year Navy veteran
attended the workshop
because he will be retiring
soon. "I am here to learn
how the private sector job
market works," he said. "I
will be retiring soon and
want to have a smooth
transition into civilian life.
"Companies love the mili-
tary folks," Brown said.
"They like their work ethics
and technical skills and if a
Sailor arrives at a job fair
prepared, the chances of he

or she finding a job greatly
increase." Furthermore,
Brown encourages partici-
pants to earn a college
degree. "Having a college
degree tells a prospective
employer that you set a
goal and achieved it," he
remarked. "You went one
step further than most and
succeeded because of your
commitment and determi-
nation, which are qualities
that are valued in today's
job market."
B.J. Buttler, a military
spouse and a contract
employee at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, was one of the
attendees and said, I
learned about this work-
shop and the forthcoming
job fair from a coworker
and decided to attend
because I our contract is
going away. The job market
is a tough one and I hope to
learn new tools here today."
The Tri-Base Job Fair
will be held from 9 am. to 2
p.m. The Morocco Shrine
Center is located at 3800
St. Johns Bluff Road South,
For further information
about the job fair or classes
offered at FFSC, call 542-

FFSC offers educational and support programs

he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC) Life
Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive meas-
ure for the avoidance of personal and fami-
ly problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free
and available to service members and their
families and Department of Defense civil-
ian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special

accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available in
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For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 127.

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National Hispanic
Heritage Month is
being observed to-
day through Oct. 15 with
the theme of "Hispanic
Americans: Strong and
Colorful Threads in the
American Fabric." Hispa-
nics have a long and proud
tradition as Sailors, serving
bravely and honorably in
the U.S. Navy during every
war and conflict since the
American Revolution.
This tradition is ,stronger
than ever in today's diverse
Navy. According to the most
recent census'report, there
are more than 42 million
people in the United States
who are of Hispanic origin.
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That this organization has
the willingness to step for-
ward and say that we are
proud of our Hispanic
Sailors and the service they

do for our country.
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Hispanic Heritage Month,
the NAS Jax Multi-Cul-
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a special luncheon Oct. 13
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VICTIMS: Horror stories recounted from safe, dry surroundings

From Page 1

But not all his family
members chose to evacuate
and their stories are those
of the struggle to survive in
some of the harshest condi-
tions. "For days after the
storm, we had no idea what
happened to some of them.
My wife, Sue would sit at
the computer all day and
try to get some information.
Three days after the hurri-
cane, my mother, sister and
uncle were rescued from
the second story of my sis-
ter's house by a boat. They
were taken to the inter-
state and left there. A
National Guard truck even-
tually took them to Baton
Rouge, La., where my
daughter lives and sheihas
taken them in," Evans stat-
ed gratefully.
According to Evans, other
family members had an
even more horrific experi-
ence after the storm. "My
dad and 18-year-old
nephew were at our main
family home. They didn't
get out until Labor Day
when the water rose so
high they were forced into
the attic where they broke
through and got on the roof.
A boat picked them up and'
took them to a local hospi-
tal," he continued.
"But then they ended up
with dead bodies around
them so they made it to the
roof where they were
picked up by a helicopter
and taken to the
Superdome which was even

Photo by J01 Mike England
Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) Volunteer
PH1(AW/SW) Mark Geil (right) assists Hurricane Katrina vic-
tim AT1 (AW) William Reeve at the NAS Jacksonville NMCRS
worse. They decided to walk everything together. At
and try to find my sister times, I'm mentally
who was also missing. They exhausted but I have to be
found her in .her house in strong," he said wearily.
chest high water and got Evans is also trying to
her out and went back to contact different organiza-
the Superdome. Eventually, tions to help his family
they made it to the airport members. "Everyone has
and ended up in a shelter been so supportive. Some
in Austin, Texas. We are family members have left
working on getting them our house, but I'm expect-
here also," said Evans. ing more to arrive so I'm
.Another niece ended up trying to find them housing
in the Houston Astrodome and whatever else they
and his wife's brother who might need," he added. "I
was missing finally called have a lot of support
Sept. 7 from Oklahoma. around me. Right after the
Two of his wife's uncles are storm, I let Chaplain Todd
still missing. at the base chapel know my
"We are command cen- situation and he immedi-
tral. Everyone checks in ately started helping me.
with us. I am trying to keep Several members of our

command also have family
members from New
Orleans so we are all stay-
ing strong for each other. I
also really need to thank
Lt. Cmdr. Jack Downey, a
pilot at our squadron, who
has helped us tremendous-
ly with all his resource."
"Many of our family
members aren't planning to
return but my dad and
wife's aunt are determined
to. I think everyone had
insurance but I'm not sure
how much that will cover. I
also lost two rental houses
but at least my renters are
safe. It's been a rough ride,
but we see light at the end
of the tunnel," he said.
Staying positive
Another NAS Jax
employee who has opened
his arms and home to a
slew of displaced relatives
is John Coles, division offi-
cer Naval Hospital Jax
Central Sterile Supply.
"My wife's family is from
New Orleans.. We called
them and told them our
house is open if they need
to evacuate so they decided
to come. By that Sunday
morning, the day before the
. hurricane hit, we had 11.
people here. I have a good
sized house and everyone
found their own corner,"
said Coles.
In past situations when
they evacuated, they
thought they would just be
gone a couple of days and
then go back home so they
didn't pack much. But then

they found out everything
was under water and they
might not go home for
weeks, months if at all," he
continued. "They've lost
everything and it's been
pretty traumatic. We are a
close family and are trying
to help anyway we can."
Like many other families
separated after the storm,
the Coles found their fami-
ly members in Houston,
Dallas .and northern
"We figured there is no
sense in letting everyone
just sit around, they need
to be productive. We
enrolled the children in
school here and my sister-
in-law who was attending
nursing school in New
Orleans is now attending
school at FCCJ's north
campus. The others are
finding jobs or are already
working," said Coles enthu-
siastically. "They are all
still in limbo because they
know they have to go back
for closure and everyone
basically assumes every-
thing is gone. We're hoping
they relocate here but we
haven't figured everything
out yet."
"We are getting tremen-
dous support from the
Jacksonville community
both on base and off. Our
family churches have been
wonderful. For an area like
Jacksonville that really
hasn't experienced major
destruction like this, I hope
Hurricane Katrina serves
as an eye opener because it

could very well be us next
week, next year or in five
years," remarked Coles. "I
guess the good Lord has
plans for New Orleans and
the Gulf area. All we can do
now is try to help one.
another. It's actually a good
thing in a small way
because strangers are com-
ing out everywhere and
helping strangers. There
are a lot of good things
going on despite of this dis-
"Our family is also trying
to reach out to others who
are coming here. Since our
family members have
already dealt with some of
the agencies they are trying
to help others through the
process. It not only helps
my family deal with their
losses, but helps others as
well," continued Coles.
"What's a little ironic is
that my brother-in-law, who
is a teacher also has a col-
league here. The band
teacher from his school
came here too, so they came
over the other day. He
wanted to know about the
schools here and how to get
his kids enrolled."
"From what I can tell, the
evacuees seem pretty posi-
tive. As long as they are
getting what they need and
positive actions from the
communities that have
taken them in, I think they
are reassured. They just
have to take it one day at a
time. We are all just doing
the best we can," he said

HURRICANE RELIEF: NAS Jax resources lending a helping hand in stricken region

From Page 1

deployed to NAS Pensacola U.S. Nav bases affected
and began providing human- by Hurricane Katrina
itarian relief to the victims
of Hurricane Katrina," said NAS Joint Reserve Base New Orleans
Commander, Sea Control Naval Support Activity New Orleans
Commander, Sea Control NAS Meridian, Miss.
Wing Atlantic Assistant NCBC Gulfport. Miss.
Operations Officer CWO4 Naval Station Pascagoula, Miss.
Michael Headley. "As soon as
Truman arrived in theater, HS-7 embarked aboard and
was joined by HS-5, HS-15 and HS-75 Sept. 2. The Sea
Control Wing Atlantic has 201 personnel in the region
participating in Joint Task Force (JTF) Katrina."
According to Headley, the HS squadrons are' conducting
search and rescue operations, evacuation of victims, mov-
ing relief supplies and other tasking. "Our people are flying
A4-hour operations. They respond to any assignment or sit-
uation and will remain in the area as long as they are
needed," he added. "Despite the demanding flying schedule
and a reduced maintenance staff, our squadrons are doing
a fine job in providing relief to fellow Americans in need."
S AW2(AW) Jason Hastings, a HS-7 search and rescue
s*Wimmer, who has rescued approximately 50 Hurricane
Katrina victims recalled his first day in New Orleans.
"Flying over the city the first day, I was taken aback." It
breaks your heart to see the things we can't do, to know
there's people trapped," he said.
HS-5 Public Affairs Officer Lt. Anthony Allard said,
"Most of the Sailors share similar feelings about the hur-
ricane-stricken areas and the people who are suffering -
they all want to help." He explained that HS-5 continues
to assist' in the evacuation of victims, moving supplies and
transporting visiting dignitaries in the region.
2 The Navy Region Southeast Disaster Assessment Team
arrived in Gulfport, Miss. Sept. 2. The team, led by Navy
Region Southeast Regional Engineer and Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville/Engineering Field Activity
Southeast Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Walden, has
been working with the JTF to assess damages along the
entire Gulf Coast area brought on by Hurricane Katrina.
', "Our team is honored to directly serve their nation in
support of this relief effort. They are working extremely
well while working under horrendous conditions. The
team is helping everyone, the town, the community and
the bases in this area," stated Walden.
The Seabees of CBMU 202 Detachment Jacksonville
have been forward deployed to Stennis Space Center,
Miss. "Their "can-do" spirit is visible everywhere they go.
Currently, they are building a 175-man tent camp, provid-
ihg laundry and shower services for base personnel, per-
forming base clean up and restoration, working electrical
problems at Stennis facilities, and providing humanitari-
an assistance in the local community," said Sue Brink,
Facilities Team Southeast public affairs officer.
"The facilities team is performing damage assessments
ctn infrastructure at naval installations with priorities
being placed on life and safety issues," Brink added. "The
team is also working with Seabees who have been sent
from around the country to help clean up and rebuild naval
facilities and communities devastated by the hurricane."
"These Seabees have come here with the best attitude.
They see the destruction and loss that the local population
has been dealt and they are making things happen. The
Navy has a long history of prompt and sustained support
and the current effort underscores how diverse and capa-
ble ,the naval service is," said Lt. Russell Bates, CBMU
202 Detachment Jacksonville officer-in-charge.
Also assisting in the relief efforts is a team from the
NAS Jacksonville Commissary and three public affairs
specialist. Commissary director Larry Bentley and two of
his store department managers, are in Gulfport, Miss.
assisting with the opening of a temporary facility at the
base officer's club.
The three public affairs specialists are working in
robust public affairs centers. Pat Dooling and JO1 Michael
Scott of Commander, Navy Region Southeast are assigned
to the Navy Command Information Center in Pensacola,
Fla., where Dooling is serving as the director. Corey
Schultz, from NAS Jax, is serving as the public affairs offi-
der for JTF Katrina, in Gulfport, Miss. These specialists
are conducting immediate coverage of the military sup-
port of the relief effort, handling combat camera assign-
ments and answering media queries.

Photo by PH3 Jay Pugh
A U.S. Navy HH-60H Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the'
"Dusty Dogs" of HS-7, searches for victims of Hurricane
Katrina on rooftops in the New Orleans area.

Photo by PH1Class Ken Riley
A SH-60F Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the "Emerald
Knights" of HS-75, lands in the middle of a highway overpass,
near the New Orleans Superdome, to pick up crew members
prior to conducting search and rescue operations in the New
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from New Orleans aboard a SH-60 Seahawk helicopter
assigned to the "Red Lions" of HS-15.

Photo by PH3 Kristopher Wilson
AWC Scott Pierce, a search and rescue swimmer assigned to
HS-75, looks out from the cabin of an SH-60 Seahawk heli-
copter at the flooded New Orleans streets caused by
Hurricane Katrina.
"I work out of the Emergency Operations Center in the
Roundhouse in Gulfport and coordinate media coverage,
develop SMEs, coordinate with other public affairs enti-
ties and continually develop ideas on how to tell the
Seabee story to the world," Schultz stated.
The 84 medical personnel from Naval Hospital
Jacksonville embarked aboard USS Bataan (LHD 5) Sept.
1. "Our medical team joined Bataan and is in New
Orleans providing urgently needed support to relief efforts
for Gulf Coast residents impacted by Hurricane Katrina,"'
explained Loren Barnes, Naval Hospital Jacksonville pub-
lic affairs deputy director.
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broad range of physicians, nurses and hospital corpsmen
are assigned to one of the hospital's deployable platforms,
Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ship Team 8.
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'I only smoke

when I drink'

A story about

part-time smoking

By Danny Woodard
Tobacco Program Manager Wellness Center
any people have the misconception
that "part-time smoking" is no big
deal. If you are a smoker and you
believe that, then you better ask a friend of
mine whom we shall call "Sam." Sam is a
54-year-old fairly active man who has been
smoking since his teens. Sam lifted
weights a couple times a week, walked and
rode his bicycle a few miles on the week-
Sam liked to smoke on the weekends
when he was drinking beer. He also stated
the most he ever smoked in the recent past
was half a pack of cigarettes (10 cigarettes)
in one evening. Sam never told me how
much he had smoked over the years, par-
ticularly when he was much younger
Sam took a recent interest in snow ski-
ing and had gone skiing in the mountains
of North Carolina a few times. A few years
ago he decided to try skiing in Colorado.
Big difference! Going from the flatlands of
Florida to the 4-5,000-foot mountains of
N.C. to ski is no big deal I have done it
myself several times and it is pretty easy.
Going to Colorado from Florida where the
altitude is 10-12,000 feet can be a real
shocker on the system. It can take a day
or so to get adjusted to the altitude for a
healthy person. The air obviously is very
thin and every thing you do is harder,
especially physical exertion like snow ski-
On the first day of his Colorado ski trip
Sam stated, "I felt like I was dying. I could
not breathe." Sam had to be rescued and
taken off of the mountain by the ski patrol.
Sam spent almost two days in a local hos-
pital on oxygen.
Upon returning to Jacksonville, Sam vis-
ited his local doctor who thoroughly
checked him out to see what the problem
was. After all, Sam thought, "I am an
active kind of guy and it can't be serious."
The doctor's diagnosis emphysema. Yes,
emphysema from "part-time" smoking at
age 52. Sam was devastated and went into
a state of depression for several months.
Let's look at some of the facts about
smoking and alcohol use. First, emphyse-
ma is a form of Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Emphysema
is mainly caused by smoking cigarettes
and can be treated but unfortunately can-
not be cured. There are different stages of
this disease. Sam was diagnosed with an

Fire inspection

From the NAS ]ax Fire U

Station fire department
personnel are con-
ducting an annual
family housing inspection
for residents living aboard
NAS Jax this month. If resi-
dents are not home when
NAS Jax Fire Department
representatives 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
the inspection.
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-
tices and to inform resi-
dents 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
proper operation.

Check family links
registry daily
T he American Red
Cross Family Links
Registry, can aid indi-
viduals who are seeking
loved ones and family mem-
bers in the wake of Hurri-
cane Katrina. Evacuees
wishing to inform loved
ones of their location can
register their name by
clicking on "Family Links
Registry" on www.redcross.
org or by calling 1 877-
LOVED-1S. Concerned
friends and family can reg-
ister the names of their.
loved ones and view the list
of those already posted.
Concerned friends and fam-
ily members are encour-
aged to visit the site daily
as it is updated continuous-

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early stage.
This disease is permanent damage to the
air sacs in the lungs caused by the toxins
in cigarette smoke. There are 4,000 toxins
in every puff of a cigarette. The air sacs
are made of very delicate tissues 1/50th
the thickness of tissue paper. There are
approximately 300 million air sacs in our
lungs. Later stages of emphysema require
externally supplied oxygen for the individ-
ual just to survive. Several of our patients
at the Wellness Center suffer from emphy-
sema before they decide to quit smoking,
with some in later stages. Emphysema is a
tragedy, but totally preventable.
Second, alcohol and nicotine, the addictive
drug in tobacco, seem to go together quite
well. Alcohol is a depressant drug and
nicotine is a stimulant. One theory holds
that nicotine offsets the sedative effects of
alcohol. A 2004 study conducted by Duke
University revealed the following: A rela-
tively low dose of alcohol below that
required to induce any measurable eupho-
ria was enough to increase participants'
enjoyment of nicotine significantly.
In light of the current finding, it makes
sense that so many people who have quit
smoking relapse when they drink. We also
know now from this study and others that
alcohol can affect the same part of the
brain (dopamine neurotransmitter) that is
affected by nicotine, thus increasing the
release of dopamine into the blood system.
Dopamine is an "internal opiate drug" that
gives us pleasure.
What is the moral to this story? Part-
time smoking can be devastating to your
health later in life. Alcohol can be a trig-
ger for this destructive behavior. The Navy
has proven programs in place to help you
quit smoking.
Contact the Wellness Center at 542-5292
for more information on the tobacco cessa-
tion program. The program is for tobacco
dippers and chewers as well. No appoint-
ment is needed to get started. The times
are Mondays at 9 a.m. or Tuesdays at 1
p.m. Nicotine replacement therapy (patch-
es, lozenges or guin) along with an educa-
tion and counseling program is available.
Consults are given for Zyban, a prescrip-
tion drug proven to help some with cessa-
tion, upon request.
Sam quit smoking. He now has to live
with emphysema for the rest of his life. As
he gets older it.will most likely affect his
lifestyle even more. Sam doesn't snow ski
in Colorado anymore. I think he's sticking
with the Tar Hill State.

ailors, Marines and
their families who
were forced to evacu-
ate their homes because of
Hurricane Katrina left with
only enough supplies to last
a few days. They are begin-
ning to rebuild their lives
from scratch, and will need
immediate and long-term
financial support to do so.
The Navy/ Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS)
has established special
accounts for hurricane
relief to track charitable
contributions and disburse-
ments to ensure that funds
donated for this purpose
are used to provide finan-
cial support to the families
impacted by the hurricane.
NMCRS has offices in
New Orleans, Gulfport,
Pascagoula, Pensacola, and
Meridian and has already
assisted families with funds
for evacuation prior to the
storm and now have begun
the longer-term process of
helping to meet the needs
of many families who will
be displaced for days,
weeks, and months ahead.
These families may seek
and. receive financial assis-
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Pensacola, Meridian, Ft.
Worth, Memphis, and at
American Red Cross Offices
or their sister relief agen-

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Army Emergency Relief,
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Now open with new pinsetters, lanes with glow track,
automatic bumpers, upgraded scoring system and much
Operating Hours
Monday, 4-10 p.m.
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m. 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight

Grand Opening Celebration
11 a.m.- 11 p.m.
Color pin bowling all day
Prize drawings
$2 games
$1.50 shoe rental
$1 small soft drinks
$1.50 nachos

Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included).

Indoor pool
Lap swim from 5:30 a.m. 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. 1 p.m.
Recreation swim 4:30-8 p.m.
Water aerobics
11 a.m. noon
Military $1 per day
DoD $2 per day
Guests $3 per day
Call 542-2930 for more information and additional pric-
ing options.

For more information about L. 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.
Oct. 8
Includes the German Bakery in Yalaha, followed by a
tour of the Lakeside winery.

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

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Food and beverages on sale
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Charleston Deluxe
Nov. 18-20
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.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-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

Mall & Movie Trip
Today, 2 p.m.

Stress Reliever Day
Sept. 20
Free massages!

Bowling Tournament
Sept. 21, 6:30 p.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.

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Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more infor-
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The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax No. 86
meets the first Wednesday of
each month. Meetings are held
in Building 612 on Jason Street
at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open
Tuesday and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month
from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. For more
information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID
No. 300 meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest
United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900
Ricker Road. For more informa-
tion, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht
Club general membership
meetings are held at 7:30 p.m.
on the first Wednesday of every
month at the clubhouse
(Building 1956) adjacent to the
Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters
and non-boaters are invited to
attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club
is a members only club open to
all active duty, reserves, retired
military and active and retired
DoD civilians. For more informa-
tion, call 778-0805 or email
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens is offering free
admission each Tuesday from 4-
9 p.m. through December.
Visitors can attend lectures,
docent-lead tours, stroll the his-
toric riverfront gardens, view the
museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education
center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
An Orange Park Singles
Dance is held every Friday
Night from 8-11 p.m. for adults


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.
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
Women 24:00
10K Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 4 Hrs.
Triathlon Men 2 Hrs. 30 Min.
Women 3 Hrs.
Triathlon time based on 1.5k swim, 10k
run, 40k bike
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.

Flag Football final

As of Sept. 8
Team Wins
VP-30 O'S 11
VP-30 E'S 11
VP-5 8
HS-15 9
HS-75 5
VS-32 5
AIMD 610 5
VS-30 4
HS-11 4
VP-30 Studs 1
Weapons 1


at the Knights of Columbus at
3920 Old Middleburg Road. Line
dance lessons are available
from 7-7:30 p.m. Friday. For
more information, call 779-1234.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their chapter
meetings the second Thursday
of each month at 10 a.m. at the
Calvary United Methodist
Church, 112 Blanding Boulevard
across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for play-
groups, field trips, MOMS Nite
Out and family outings. For
information, contact Shirlinda at
771-9573 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is
held the third Thursday at 7 p.m.
of each month at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins
Road. For more information, call
AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-
5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939.
The First- Coast Black
Nurses Association holds their
meetings the second Tuesday of
each month at 6 p.m. in the
Shands Hospital Blue room. For
more information, call Janneice
Moore at 244-7950 or Dorothy
Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville
Chapter 1984, National
Association of Retired
Federal Employees extends an
open invitation to all currently
employed and retired federal
employees to our regular meet-
ing held at 1 p.m. on the fourth
Thursday of each month at the

Murray Hill United Methodist
Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College
Street. For more information,
call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly
meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the
Jacksonville Urban League, 903
West Union Street. Interested
personnel are encouraged to
attend or contact Lt. Cmdr.
Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or email
The Gold Wing Road Riders
Association, Chapter FL1-X
meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Golden Coral, 582 Blanding
Boulevard. The "Wingnutts"
invite all those interested in
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safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
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individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
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The VP-5 Officers' Spouses
Club will host a 5K Fun Run
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at 8:30 a.m. The run will begin
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Oct. 14 at noon at the Bent
Creek Golf Course. All money
raised will benefit the National
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Scholarship Fund. For more
information, call Lt. Cole Seibel
at 542-1157 or email
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Assault Amphibian Battalion
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reunion with Marine Corps
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Gentle Woods 4/2.5 Bit $381k. 904-610-6261 w/dock. boatlift,
2005. concrete constr. boathouse. 45min to
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bedrooms, 2 car gar. aue S 15- 1.2'09-
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32 North Continental Realty 904-219-6307
Jacksonville 276-1992 Lake Santa Fe-Immac,
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schools, prime loc. 249-0438Owner/Broker
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ers avail for less than 1/2 a lots, $300's I
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Used to be so uly, you Wash/Dry cl, Garage. Sunner Rty Group, nc
should see it now $1195/mo. No Pets. 800-262-287
Totally remodeled, too 11179 Bugattl Court
many new things to list. CALL (904) 6134420 A GREAT BEACH BUY
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355 Condominiums
Oxford Chase- Gate
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upgraded cabinetry,
tile/ granite $194.900
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400 Apartments
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410 Condominiums
412 Retirement
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
425 Manufactured-
427 Mobile Home Lots
430 Roommates
435 Rooms to Rent
440 Beach/Vacation/
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405 Apartments

ATL. BCH/Orchid St. 2/2,
w/d, d/w, Irg bckyd,
$700m. 904-891-2775
Atl. Beach-1/1, 1651
Coquina PI. Quiet, pri-
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Riverside 2/1 duplex
hdwd firs, $650mo. bad
credit ok. 859-6880
RIVERSIDE Urban Living
lose to 5 points. 1/1
$595mo. 380.4441
I & 2 BR Special!
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SAN MARCO cute 1/1,
ch/a, prkg, wood fl, 1537
Belmonte. $450. 710-5564
w/d hkp. gar,
$650m+dp 399-482t
W'side 2br Duplex w/d
hkup. no pets $625mo +
dep. lyr lease. 504-1810
W'SIDE off 103rd, nice
2br, ch&a. $550/mo,
incl water 614-7294

410 Condominiums
Bartram Park New
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inci, attchd gar, $500
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$550dep, $1250

3/2, w/d. $1050mo.
1408sf gated 629-0157
scrn patio, fans, apple.
pool, alrm. jacuzi,
1050 731-7688
town area- Large 3/2,
$1195m Util. inc 993-7051
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410 Condominiums
Palms at Marsh Landing
1 mi to beach, gated, all
appis, W/D, 2 poolsfi, tn,
scr porch, $850. 234- 5696
den, 1578sf riverviews
upgrades & amenities,
$750Omo. 904- 471. 2750
CEDAR CREEK Irg luxury
waterfront 2/2.5 includes
wtr/sew, 2 balconies
w/d, fpl, pool. dock, boat
ramp, 6mi NAS $895m
Mil. Discount. 781-2333
Mandarin-New 2/2, all
appliances inci.
$1050m. Call 465-3492
NEW! 3/2, w/d. pool!
6075 Maggies Cir $850
Watson RIty 899-6825
., Nature's Hldeway 3/2
I 157sf,waterfrnt,gated
n condo. near NAS, full
equip kitchen W/D

NEAR UNF & BCHS, $965nm
2/2+gar, new. W/D
gated. Amen. 233.3102
O.P-new 3/2,club,poolflt
cent, bb court. 1800 Park
Ave. $975mo. 505-9488
OAKLEAF -Cambridge.
New 3/2.5, lakeview
twnhm w/scrnd lanaI
$1300 + dep. 504-3789
Venetian, 2/2+loft.
Gated amenities.
$900m. 904-226-1700

Brand New 2/1.5. grt
views of rvr. wd firs,
boat slip avi. Flex lease
terms. $1100m. 237-6603
PALENCIA 1st fir, 2/2, den
tile, pool, $1250 unfurn,
$1500furn, Avail 10/1.
Lease req'd. 823-8899
PALENCIA -new 2/2, den,
upgraded cabinetry,
tile/granite $1025 Mary
904-669-6133 Remax
Access 2/2,FP.W/D,
Garage. $1100.273-8047
PVB/Belleza-2/2 condo
o50ft to the pool Amaz-
ing Viewlst fir, garg ,
$1300/m 904-476-1214
PVB -Fairfield lakefront,
2/2, gated, gar, pool,
tenn, $1200mo 614-4609
PVBS Grand Cay, 1/1
w/den. fp, 950sf, w/d,
pool, $950m. 904-280-2879
PVB Walk to the Beach
2/2, remod, berber, fpl,
scr prch, w/d, no pets,
$1100m. (904) 273-5732
RAVINES, Middelburg
Exec. condo lbr/2ba,
fully furn, w/d, cbl, golf,
pool avail avail 9th T. $675m
282.0009 or 923-7600
Riverfront/Lakewood 3/2
All amenities, great view,
$1950 mo. Call 3494144
Riverside riverfront Villa
Riva new 4/3.5 under-
grd prkg, pool, con-
cierge, fitness, $4200mo
owner. 904- 384-m1878
2/2 dwnstrs, wdhkup ,
scrn. prch. kit equipt,
fpl, $1075+1mo dp 731-8888
SAWGRASS -Beach Club
furn studio, unique sep
BR, for sale or rent
$1500mo 273-5376
Southside-1/1, newly
remodeled w/d, CH&A
SS/Tinseltown 1/1+loft
1100sf.great amenitIes
Irg 3/2TH, gar, scr. lanai,
$1395mo+dp. 726-1665
new 2/2.5. lake view, all
ammen. $1150m.
S'Side- 2/1.5, newly
renovtd, all apple, CH/A,
patio. $825mo 992-2020
S'SIDE 2/2, Southbrook,
no condo fees, $750mo.
Call 722-9259
S'SIDE 3/2 condo, lake
front $1200 Move in
special. 477-4449
S'side Bartram Prk Brand
new TH, 3/2.5 Ic gar.
$1500mo. 904-568-0257
S'side-Brand New 3/2
condo. No pets.
Call 838-6023
S'side-Lakefront, 2/2,
1313sf,"The Lakes". avail
Oct. 1st. $1100mo 545-7931
Waterfront w/boat sll[p
close to HAS Jax &
weight room and more.
W'side-3/2, gated comm
w/pool. 954-931-7268
or 845-893-8287. $875m
1 Houses
415 Furnished

Ponte Vedra Beach-
modern, newly furnished
2/2 home.Lovely fenced
yard,big screen HDTV,
Lori 904-646-1715
4, Westslde
4 4BR/2BR Large
patio, enclosed
auto-garage. Fenced
around 3 miles. HAS.
S$1300 Deposit. No pets

420 Houses
420 c U nfurnished

Anastasia/Sea Grove
new 5/3.5 marsh beach
house. $2200 860-5564
ARGYLE -2/2 TH, kit eq,
scrn porch $825mo
$800 dep. 269-1722
ARGYLE 3/2 Split BR, Fplc
Scrnd Patio. Refs. $995
860-7219 or 777-8322

Ar21 Leafcrest Drive
4/2 1745sf $1095
Great family
(904) 730-8060
8153 Pine Springs Lane
3/2 2200sf $1495
Open floor plan
with hardwood floors

420 Houses
4 Unfurnish.d

La review @ Watermll
9442 Prosperity Lake )r
3/2 1845sf $1195
Screened porch
overlooks lake
appl.w/d, remodeled
800m. 954-985-428
ATL BEACH- 2.5 biks o
Bch, 6blks to town c.r,
3/2. fncd yd. pool,
$1650m 535-1305 Iv mg
2/1.5, 1314sf, $1200no.
Avondale 3/1, ch/a, wA,
cute bungalow, $875n.
1210 Dancy St. 477-832
SunRm, w/d, gar, oak irs
$850. No pets. 386587
3/1.5,.100% renovated
.Lawn service incl.,
blocks to the ocear
$1500mo. + $1500 do.
12mo lease. 887-1551
Beaches-4/2 2100sf, tie,
Fire Place, Lake vieV.
Beaches TH 2/2, Idt,
pool, wdhu, $810m( +
sec.Pets ok. 241-870(
your boat 3/2;dock;vry
nice 2,000 sq.ft(no bat
storage fee!)1/2 acre hai
$1,200/mo. call 669-6141
Eagle Harbor 4/3, nvN
paint,Hrdwd firs, )n
lagoon.2 car gar.2306f.
$1800mo. 904-673-226
Eagle Harbor 4/3. nef
paint, hrdwd firs oi
lagoon.2 car gar. 2455f
$2000 904- 673-2274
Eagle Harbor 5/3.5
Water Woods Golf.
3200 sW/$2100 1 Sept
Off US 17, new home 32,
1950sf, 2 car gar.,
kitchen eqpt, fncd yc
387-4151 or 781-1331
Aug. community, 4.r,
$1350mo. 916-479-3e6
ICW 3/2,1450sf on lak<&
cul-de-sac. Closet
Schls, Shopping & Beaih.
2car gar with opene.
ICW 3/2 Exec hmin
Windsor Park $1675 lcl
lawn 223-8906 Iv msg
ICW 3/2 new paint/crit
Irg gar $1100m+$1100c).
No smkrs/pets. 241-8313
ICW-New,3056SF, 4/25
COMM. POOL. $2000no0.
(904) 545-9223
ICW -new luxury,
3000+sf, S/3.5, on lae,
total upgrade $2000no.
Short term or RTO atill
JAX BCH, 3/2.5, 1 cr
garage, washer/drer
mcl. all 536-4030.
Jax Bch 2/1.5, 1 bickto
bch, 5 to pier. Carport
w/d, 264-0216. $1350rrm.
JAX BCH 3/2.5, 1700if.
fncd bkyd. 2 car gir,
$1400mo. 859-7524
new ,lake, 4/3, 2400F,
$1650mo. 904-226-860
Julington Creek 3/2.511,
Bit '04, gar, dbl drive.
$1200m. overlooks podd
$r100mo 737-2542
MAND. 3715 Leewood h
4/2.5, LG FM RM, Pool
2475sf, 2 car gar.,enc.
porch. $2000m. :
Ready now. 387-233'
MANDARIN 3/2.5 TH, 120
SF, garage, FP, W/3,
Avail 10/01. $1100/no.
Ref req (904) 277-323
1314 Highland Lane
4/2 1745sf $995
Private Patio
Located on cul de saf
(904) 730-8060
$850mo. $850 dep,
no pets, 276-2129
MIDLBRG 4/2.5 $999mL
& 3/2 $925m. 370-408
Brand new $950m.
NEW Const 4/2 on pod,
$1750m. Tamirind Ct,
Northslde -3br ch/a,
w/d hkup, 1526 W 25thSt
$700mo. 859-5144
NORTHSIDE3br, LR + fan
rm, fncdyd HUD dk<,
$775/mo 635-4823
fncd yd, sec sys, $800io.
avail 11/1 737-1152
6881 Crystal River
3/2 1483sf$975
Nice family home
(904) 730-8060
unfum. $1325m+$600o.
O.P-4/2, updated, fe
yrd, 2 car gar. $12000o
+ security .262-3732
2998 Piedmont Mano
3/2 1612sf $1095
Beautiful home with
covered lanai. Backs ip
to naturepreserve
(904) 730-8060
OCEANWAY -4br scnd
porch, new hore,
1250mo. 714-0567
OP/Oakleaf 4/2 Built '4,
like new $1250/n.
Clay Schools. 282.830
Brand new! Fridge, WD,
$1250mo. 514-1638'
4 OP 3/2, hdwd fit,
new crpt, pool
access. Locate
near OP Mall.
Minutes from HNAS Ja.
Only $1150mo.
OP 4/2 fenced yd, hlia,
renewly remod. $98)/
mo+F+L+S 904-653-117



7242 Longhorn
3/2 1600SF $995
Fenced Yard!

3293 Cancun Dr.
3/2 1500sf $995

9314 Prosperity Lk Dr SOUTHSIDE
3/2/2 1845sf $1150 11035 Sante Fe St.L
3/2.5 1432sf $1025

9472 Prosperity Lk Dr
3/2 1447sf $975

7330 Grey Fox Lane
3/2 1800sf $950

8192 Leafcrest Dr
4/2 1745sf $1095
Corner lot

523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1050

1969 Swallow Run
3/2 1219SF $895

2626 Traymore Ave
8347 Staplehurst 4/2 1962sf $1350
4/2 1452sf $1085 Pool, screened pati(
Fenced and fenced yard!

5387 Cumberland Forest WESTSIDE
4/2 1900sf $1150 11313 Panther Creel
Huge fenced yard 3/3 1600sf $1130
1/2 off 1st full mo rent

2043 Dunsford Terr
2/1 900sf $625-$750
Community Pool

11621 Deep Springs
4/2 1745sf $1125

11273 Panther Creek
3/2 1994sf $1150

9263 Whisper Glen
4/2 1450sf $1025

7349 Bunker Ct
3/2/2 1379sf $825

3694 Silver Bluff 5126 Somerton Cour
4/2 1519sf $1150 3/2 1379sf $825

2998 Piedmont Manor
3/2 1612sf $1095

8158 Tower Falls
3/2.5 1623sf $1025

2810 Mooresfield Ln
4/2 1676sf $1130

Cinnamon Lakes
7517 Ginger Tea
3/2 1425sf $1025

86916 Cartesian Pt
3/2 1422sf $1095

284 Summer Springs VILLAGE
4/2 1699sf $1075 758 Mackenzie Circl
Available 10/5 4/2 1745sf $1285


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473Crabae Court /3utiw/d week. 502-2438 lines, a top flight Wanted Form, Frame & Finish. exp'd Mechanics forpere x e Pa y based on
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FEDERATED MGMT GROUP Female Nurse up to 3000sf S12psf full dants for itsVIP char- vehicle paid holidays +-vacation. ASA heavy truck cer- PART TIME POSITION
(904)730-8060 f En2hn Brand new svc. Utl.& Jan. n. ter operation based in 6 3- ml ti ficata. Benefits iarl e I.aI
PALM COAST Brand new mBeach-3 Bed- cants must be 21, have week oFWp/EOE include medical. dent a Sevic e dica
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w/1st, ast & sec. Sale rooms 2 neommas. go s CARPENTERS with inte-siek ayUOME Sk bceFa CALICO JACKS
laT 2r 0 Males/sFemales $750 able to pass a 0o year Taxi, Para Transits CARPENTERS with inte- sc y.ev cac,.u4 Fax N
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PONTE VEDRA BCH 3/2 2 Call 703.625-9474 iicheck & drug screen- Apply at 218 Morgan PHLEBOTOMIST- PT all positions. and motivated indi-
aN smpo /n MtJaxoBeachesArea CER CTE Western early am schedule. AplAM-F. 1pm.5pm. vidualstojoin oursales
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$12 m35251 W/D. cb nodep $350 get one. Information Call Tim Collins positionpdvac & other minimum Y ear exp Jax. 7376300 Restaurantequipment
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Gardeas. Ca38-1208. Mandarin share home FGarden Inn Jackson- foreappt. Clay County Utility needed .Tools and for fast paced office. CHEF and/orsFood Bverage
m$1 nwk+ 1/2 utls+dep. vrlllae Airport, 13503 AuthorityI has an clean driving record Fax resume to 722-4267 Experienced line cook. maxa gemeta26
San Marco 3/2.5 2 car 880-1984/ 463-19531 S0Business Ranch Rd.; 904-4212700 ningfor a Clas required Excelent pay attnL Lynda Day/Night shifts avail. Fax 3 -
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m O avalLnb Dtbutohps/ your resume sign in PlantOperatorllcensed 904-693-9200 Physical Therapy GOLDCLUB 645500 No phone calls please.
904-24-5626 294-5622 new home. Secured area begins one hour prior No phone clls please.
SSouth Hampton-Beau- 24all. 4 Frianchisesroanesy candidates will o Pay by the load + with the State of Fla.
n mFn$460m.c Vacalln626-0332 Fanries anowi dio tbeonusEplan. Excellent None others needAssistant ph ac
south Hampton-Beau- S0im Finall.al 626r032 is blallowedtolenter. FT at Naval Medical DANCERS, DOORSTAFF, &
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course view.$1700m + bth, cbl., until ncI n non o row iBaymeadowsO EO ruiPred Startilng way7 E PTAi so ieacher 75L 7 7 Engineering
sec.Av 10/1. 904-287-9338 smkr $650/mo 422-3576 0 Mortgages Bought LEAD CUSTOMER SERnEOE r hr. wIth excelQelltnt paid days off,. insur- 3 C
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3915 Grand Central PlaceEKccepting(offers27SA94 Must have P eniosewlbe
3/2 1297 SF ARLINGTON LUXURY ROOUS Accepting offers ASAP, Must have X endorse- baneTits. Immed level, this is your HOUSE KEER BREAK- fax to 904-213-0036.
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(904) 730-8060 KINGS INN 72-3343 Franchise. Call for free Full Benefits, Money to a mo ollywood Satelle
Info. 919-761n9390 BOOKKEEPER be made Let's Go!End.. oironment have a w2iling ass to High pay, completion
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eled, former daycare, & have references. Call Ing exp. Transportation proofing exp.3+ yrs, resumes to:
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availdep now pet077 population density. With an additional capital Inteulime Brands, a Jax- based nat'l co. seek a Credit WestIlde-JacksonvIio SALES FORCE No weekends.
investment of $200,000, the average revenue Astant:t +yrs b2b credit processing exper, Will lHotl 71ion.nCaA Great Hours 6ness is Booming!8
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755 Miscellaneous

VET TECH. Exp'd. S'side
location. Good com-
munication skills Call
646-9415 or 642-3635
Benefits Dunn Ave.
Animal Hosp. 757-9112
SCLEANER, no exp req
, great pay, some ben
at beacon 598-4757

760 Part-Time
Westside Industrial
Park, floor Exp helpful.
Call 305.3150
9-3 flex. $8.75 $10.00 Car
req'd. 280-5339 Iv msg.

762 Work At Home
$400/wk. Crafts-Sewing
Jewelry Z4hr 390-3939
MAKE OVER $60,000
TO: 912-882-7801

8 Child
830 care

in Mandarin area.
Please call
In my home. Infants
0 to 6 months.
Clean, quiet, smoke free
environment. 772-7237

8 Cleaning
835 Services

Julie's Cleaning Services
15 Yrs. Exp. Lic&Ins. Homes,
move- out, offices constr.
clean. up, refs avail
744-4450 or 476 2372

865 Improvement/

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871 Legal
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Consumer Products
SContract &
Warranty issues
SDebt Collection
644 Cesery Blvd
Suite 350
Jacksonville, FL
The hiring of a lawyer Is
an important decision
that should not be
based solely upon
advertisements. Before
you decide, ask us to
send you free written
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qualifications and

876 Painting/
8 6 Wallpaper

Service, great prices get
your free estimate this
week. Lic/Ins. 504 9870

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

900 Antiques

Antique Dining Set 9 pc,
tbi -6 chrs buff- china,
dbl leaf, seats 12
extended Duncan Phy-
ffe exc. cond, must sell
$3500. OBO 850-2612380

Sanlando Depression
Glass Show. Sanford
Ci vic Center
Sanford,FL.Fri night
9/16 6pm-9pm.
Admission $5.00 good 3
days. 9/17 9am-5pm..
9/181 0 am-4pm.Admis-
sion $3.50 w/ad. $3.00

902 Appliances

capacity exc cond.
$200for both 398-3693

DRYER -gas, Whirlpool,
4yrs new, top cond,
white, $200. Vintage
Nice and clean avo-
cado green sm frig,
perfect for vacation
ome or rental. $50.
Matching Vintage
Avocado green gas
stove Whirlpool, $50
Please call 67F3.6106

902 Appliances

FILE XL, Capacity
tt 20 cycle, perfect
temp, heavy duty
dryer, XL capacity,
excellent cond tion.
$275. Call 272-6954
A GE Washer-Profile
S XLL capacity 20
4lJ cycle perfectemp
heavy duty dryer
XL. capacity, excellent
condition $275 Call
Kenmore quite guard
4 dishwasher, 6Smonths,
old, $75.00. Call
4 Kenmore Stackable
S Washer &Dryer
S In Excellent shape.
Looks new. Can
deliver $600 Call
4 KENMORE Washer
SandDryer, Very
SI good condition.
$2 0 0 Call
REFRIG -side/side, blk.
3mo old, GE. w/ice/
water, pd $1300, sell
$400 771-5703 631-6620
W/D-Heavy duty $200;
Whirlpool Refdge
w/icemkr $125; 238- 3391
Water softer $150, new
$800. Dryer $100,new
$400. 1940 Singer
Seweing machine $200.
Call 904-703-7934

9o0 Articles
905 For Sale

$1000 in free product just
for the cost of S&H and
customer survey.
4 TIRES 195, 14in
$40. 2 Stereo floor
S speakers $60.
S85sf of 12" porcelain
tile,neutral color $
85.00.Call 215-1493
10 Inch Table Saw-
$300 14 inch saw
| $300 wood LA7H
$100. All for $600
Mike 287-1905

Absolute Best Shrimp
101b lots, $2.00 lb.
AQUARIUM -125 gal,
custom stand / canopy,
all eqp $500 220-2846
A to Z You save up to
90% on everything nowl
358-2265 259-2292
4, Bargain Bowflex
S Ultimate $1200.
SImmaculate. Twin
mattress $75 each.
Basketball hoop $40.
Patio chairs. Chaise $60
Beautiful Black &
White Prom Dress
Size 18 or 20. Sell-
ing price is $50.
Call Ron[ (E 322-4022
ex. cond was $2100
now $1,500 call

SCamper Shell
T Fits Ford Ranger or
4 | ISimilar trucks. Nice
condition. Com-
plete with mounting
hardware. Sacrifice
$115. 536-8870779-9601
SCOKE Machine 1980's
Style-needs some
S work. Call 227- 2106
Ask for Tony
Complete Golds Gym
S weight set, bench
w/ieg ext. over 3001bs,
steel weights $300.00
Call 742-4862
Ful Size 3D Arcades
SSub-Rock & Zaxxon
fIR equIres new.
Video -XFMR. Both
for $400 or $220 ea.
Contact 729-7998
darc -tangent@tds.net
For pictures
Gas Smoker great
cond. $40.00, Smith
4 Corona electric type-
writer $45.00, Man's
bowling ball $25.00
5 person, redwood
cabinet, lounger, 24
jets, like new, sacrifice
$1475. 904-349-4014
HOT TUB -Vitaspa L200,
$1000 obo.
CalIl 2R2-3074

905 Articles
9 For Sale

4 Industrial Sewing
Machine $900
S1 5 Thread Serger
$900 Call 317 0529
A Infant car seat &
S double stroller
It ,Graco-Duoglide &
matching Snugride
carseat and base very nice
Call 904-210-3270
mulcher $65.00,3 HP
ti I goas edger $95.00,
miscellaneous build-
ing supplies. Sears
Kromedge mitersaw, locks,
vents nails, 781-6222
SLke New, beige,
sofa, oversized
S I chair. ottoman
$900. Also sofa
table, square cocktail,
end table $600. 576-6823
Maternity Uniforms
2 sets short sleeved
size medium, retail
$72.50. selling both
sets for $20 OBO Joan
Micro Fische Film
SReader for Gene-
alogists research-
ing family history
documents. Excellent
mint condition. For
retiree-hobbyist call
4, Motocycle Leather
Jacket with chaps,
,women's size 8.
Excellent condi-
tion $50. Aquarium 20
gallon whisper filter $20
MOVING -must sell,
Thomasville, glass top
DR tbl, 6 Oak chrs, orig
$4500, sacrifice $1200.
Sears W/D white, $600.
G.E. Profile, side/side
frig, 25cf, $500. Sears
upright frzr, 16cf $350.
Call 904-225-2216 aft 4
POOL TABLE 8' Ball &
Claw Brunswick Slate &
6' Oak Bar; $3000 both.
Paid over $5k for both
Beautiful maple
wood, 1" slate. All
Pool Table Oak
Leather Pockets
S with balls cues,
sticks, and cover
$300 OBO 904 278 1126
904,910 2581
S condition $250,
microtek scanner
still in box $25,
caleca pasta bowls $10,
large mirror $25
Suzuki Outboard
SMotor $750, Elec-
| I$ trlc guitar $200,
trolling motor $130.
Suzuki RM-80 $800. Go
Kart 2 seater $400
202-8164 ;476-7694
$20.00, VCR player
with remote $30.00,5
sleeping bags $35.00
all, boys 20" bike $10.00
Utility Jacket
Size medium x-short
S 1 excellent condition
retail $31.95 will sell
for $10 OBO call Joan

910 Arts & Crafts/

Crafters 100 skeins
4|1 yarn.various color
weightstypes. new
still wrapped. $100

920 Business/

OFFICE FURN, Chrs, Desk,
Conf. Tbi, Copiers &
Printers+more. 645-0853
Workstation / Cubicles
Only $595
Herman Miller 8'x 8'
with pedestal & overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

922 Collectables
& Jewelry


928 Electronics

A Laser Disc Movies
For Sale
Call 778-2464
4 Stereo Equipment
4 You must see to
believe. It is going
fast! Call 778-2464

930 Farms/
3U Planting

HPX-4x4, 300 hours,
$5500. HPX trail gator.
71 hours, $6500.

940 AC/Heat/

AC UNIT -2.5 ton,
$750 obo

945 Garage

ARL -Ft. Caroline Pres-
byterian, 3754 Univer-
sity Club Blvd.. Fri 9-5,
Sat 9-3
ARL HUGEI Sat 8-4, 3952
Fernglen Dr. Furn,
appli,HH, lawn, tools
ARL -Sat 8-12n, 3550
Bran Ct. W. Furn,
women clothes, shoes,
and much more....
ARL-Wed -Sat 9-2 Doll
Molds,wigs, shoes.hh
items, material, Every-
thing must go. 11043
Whistle Wood Ct.
ATL BEACH -127 Ocean
forest Dr. N. (Ocean-
walk) Sat 8-4, antq's,
orig art. Rally scooter,
hosp bed, more.
Avondale Moving Sale
Sat 8-lpm.1618 Talbot
Ave.Furn,tools,crib,hh items
Beaches .Moving Sale
Everything Must Go
Fri.9-16 thru Sun 9-18
8am-? 1089 Tolkien
Lane 477-8199
Bennington Trace
Neighborhood Tag Sale
9/17 7:30am-lpm. In
MandarinHartley Rd to
Pine Acres to end. Zip

Multi Family, 8am- 1pm,
Furniture, clothes,
books, housewares,
8635 Hammond Forest
Drive, end of street.
Fleming Island Yard Sale
Fri. Sat 8-12 Furn, misc.,
5622 Silkwood Ln.
Saturday 9/17 811
Benton Harbor Dr E. in
Harbor Winds off of
Kernan Blvd Dining
Room Set and two liv-
ing room sets-great
condition. Lots of baby
items as well.
ICW Sat 8-1 Lots of baby
girl ciths, some furn.
2399 Egrets Glade Dr.
JUL CRK PL. -Sat 8-1, 540
Sparrow Branch Cir.
Pine Crossing, JCP, furn,
linens, HH items.
Mandarin Moving Sale
Sat 8-2; Sun 8-12. Oak
ent ctr, furn, 2 micro,
CD, video, women, tod/
baby boys ciths
mointor, games, toys!
3537 Docksider Dr. S.
Above ground pool.
Nick Nacks, furni-
ture, clothes, etc. Sept.
17, 9-? 8330 Argyle
Northside Copper Hill
Neighborhood Garage
Sale! Sat 9/17. 7-til. 1 &
1/2 miles west of 1-295.
N'slde Multi Family Salel
clothes, tools, misc.
items. Sat 9/17 8-util?
8745 Lancashire Dr.
NW St. Johns Co.- C o m -
munity yard sale. Stone
Hurst Plantation. Sat-
urday Sept. 17th. 8am-2pm.
R'slde-Sat 10-3pm.
2215 Forbes St.
Ton of Misc. items!
SOUTHSIDE m o v ing
sale, furn, HH itmes,
8419 Gemini Rd. Sat 9-3
S'slde Moving Sale-Lthr
sofa. dining mi set. wall

945 Garage

W'side moving sale: Sat
8-2, east on Wilson to
3618 Cedarcrest.

Last of continued
moving sale Wed Fri
7-4. New items! All must
Go! 12000 Debarah Rd.
W'slde 9/17 & 9/18; 8-3;
9900 Normandy Blvd.
Armory. Booth Rental
Call 573-2300 x 1201.
SFurniture, carpets,
-1L art, guitars, floral
household clothing. 8 to
12 Sugarmill Creek. 100
Skipper Ct. Sat Sept 17

Bargain Hunters Galore

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

950 Garden/
50 Lawn

Craftsman Riding
SMower-12.5hp 30
.lcut, new pulley
belts and blades,
located in St. Johns
County 334-1962,
287-8433 $400

13.5hp, Excellent
\I condition, 401nch
cut, speed trans,
Elec start. $500 orig
$1100. 982-4297,

Riding Mower
13.SHP. Excellent
L condition, 40 inch,
Cut 5 speed, Trans
elec start $500 orig $1100
982-4297, 542-2252
Cust. Townhome,
Perfect move-in
cond. 2BR, 2Ba, kit
with dr and fam. rm
storage, rock fpl witl
cust. mirrors, screened
backporch with closed
door washroom, lake
behind home with
beaut, landscape, cust
deck, patio fence.
1040sf, $88k.

955 Household

Antique wash
stand,marble top &
| backsplash,walnut
w/buried on drawer
and doors.Excellent cond.
$375 904-725-0009

4, Beautiful 6 piece
SItalian bedroom
lDset with almost
new Queen Serta.
Perfect sleeper mat-
tress. 2198930 after
Beautiful large sofa
S & chalh
|b$ Burgundy/Tan.
Must pickup $250.
Cash only. WestSide.
Interested please call
Diamond Doll

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

New 1/2 Price Today!
New Factory Warranty
Twin Sets $79-$195
Full Sets $99-$295
Queen Sets $119-$495
ing Sets $250-$595
Memory Foam $325+
Can Deliver 505-7941
BED -KNGSZ New con-
dition...moving to small
condo. 15in mattress,
2pc box spring, with
frame. Enclosed in
waterproof plastic
protector since pur-
chased last year.
Includes sheets, pil-
lows, cases, padded
cover, spread... all for
$900 cash. (904)
Bedrm set king sz $1300
DR table 48 chairs $300.
& Morel 771-1523

5 Household
955 "Furniture

Bedroom 4Pc Set $28
2 PC Sofa&Chair From$19S
SPc Sealy King Bed $99
SPc Qn Simmons Bed$19l
1 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg$998
CR's From $1
0" Color TV's From $75
4 Drawer Chests

A Cherry Wood
S Entert aint
. Center-Fits 36" TV.
Great condition.
Well built and solid.
$450 neg. 219- 8930 after
Dining rm set-
Glass/brass.New $550
now $185. 733-6341
DR SET -48" round rat-
tan w/glass top and
matching covers on
table and 4 swivel capt.
Schrs, 2 Ig white rocking
chrs, 40x34 inch oak
framed mir, 223-1414
Ent. Ctr, walnut + extra
shelving $275. Coffee
TbI round wrought iron.
$120. Exc. cond 998 2136
S TABLE- lighted
S hutch seats 6
polyester finish,
better durability hard-
est furn, finish, exc
cond, $1,000 693-3033
Kitchen China Cabinet
Small wood $100.00 Large
M T dog kennel $25.00
n Call 317-0529

with glass doors.
$250 OBO. Call 317-0973
leave message
4, Little Tikes
S| Racecar, toddler
SI bed with mattress.
Rarely used. Good
Condition. 219-8930
after 3pm

A, Mattress & Box-
S sring (Two Sets)
ujtnall four pieces only
S$40.00 387-5615
Twin Size

new, $300 bodo. Call
744-8453 860-8113
much furn to list.
Please call 406-5782
-G.E. w/d, $300, set of
bunk beds w/mattr,& 2
chests, $200 247-5354
MOVING SALE -2 qn sz
beds w/4 poster &
canopy, $700, 1 metal
hdbrd/ ftbrd, both
w/mattr sets, $400, DR
table w/4chrs, cherry,
$700, kit tbi w/4chrs,
country wht/ oak $250
tv, Panasonic 47" flat
scrn HD, $850 880-0332
New Box Springs
SSingle $45, other
; misc furniture offer
PH 535-8690
2 dressers, $50. Bunk
bed hideaway, com-
puter desk, armoire,
575. 327-5562
beautiful cond. $225
282-0584 449-6057
mons Qn, & loveseat,
$450 obo. 912-576-1918
condition with 3
L cushions $75 Call
Sofa-Light pink, leather
w/pul out bed & chair.
$800. 229-6864
SOFA -Ivseat, chr. bl/
beige plaid. $500

I Love Seat- $250.
1 have cloth recliner
S matches pillows
$50. Please leave mes-
sage. Call 779-7327
S w/mattress $30,
| 4Drawer dresser
$35, Entertainment
Center Oak color fits up
to 32" TV $35. Sofa &
Loveseat- green/beige

955 Household

4 TWIN BED Includes
head and foot
i board, metal wood
combo, mattress
and box. Great Condi-
tion $75.00 620-9387
/ $200. coffee and
Itwo end tables
t$120. Hot/cold
water dispenser$60

WICKER SET -6pc, white,
Sette, rocker 2 chrs,
ottoman, coffee tbl,
$350 obo912-576-1918

960 Machinery
& Tools

1988 Mack Truck Tractor
35 ton Lowboy trailer
both good cond.
$20,000. 912-264-1253
1995 Volvo Lowboy
Tractor w/air lift 3rd
axel, Detroit diesel 8LL
Trans, Very good cond.
$20,000. 912-264-1253
Industrial diesel en-
erators2 ), dual tank
a er, 8 refurbi s ed
walk behind lawn
mowers. 276-4794

965 Medical

MED EQUIP -good cond,
Hillrom hosp bed.
$1100. Patriot air matter,
$1500, wheelchr elec,
$1000. Manual $175.
obo. 904-220-5336
970 Merchandise/

Guitar Amp-Mesa
SBoogile Dual Rec-
k< ^ I tifter $1475,
speakers, $475 Like
New Warranty 230-6698
film/card reader.
immaculate condition
for genealogist
researching family history
valued at $500.00 asking
$375.00 491-7996
Piano-Roland Digital
never needs tuning.
Us as Piano, organ or
keyboard. 2 yrs old,
$1500. 904-287-8422

PIANO -Spinnet
w/bench, $400.
220-2846 219-9448

980 Sporting

7' Cat Free, Golf
S bag with lots of
clubs,see for price.
k Call 783-1347

A Golf clubs,Iogo bag
assorted 3,5sw
ILt putter,1,3,4,5,wood
s $65.00 771-8930

GUN -Remington model
7, 7mm, short action
ultra mag, Leupold,
VARXIII, 3.5x10 scope,
$825. 237-6943
Hot Tub-6.5x7ft. Good
cond, will deliver.$1200

Hunt Club need 8 mem-
bers on Altamaha River
Food plots, bunk house.
2hrs from Jax. 742-4696
Solid Maple 1" slate
Don't Pay Retail!!
1/2 Price 505-7941

Pets and

1005 Livestock &
1010Pets and Supplies
560 Financial Services

1005 Livestock
& Supplies

HORSES -and Soals
$1000-up, will hold
QH Geld 6yrs. "Dock", neg
cog. All shots, 16h, trail t
some ring.Must sell
$2300 obo.Kathy 707-9411

1010 pet's &
A J Supplies

19.5 ft Regal Cuddy
S'99 -4.3, Volvo, 1/
fully loaded, drive
on trailer. Full
canvas excellent con-
dition $17,900.
904-264 8100
4 2 Large Dog Houses,
very sturdyinsulated
$30ea of $55 for both.
Call Lauren
614- 6820 or 632- 0077
Designer Puppies
Chihuahuas, Maltese,
Poos, Golden Retriever,
Labs, MinPin, Shih-tzu
Groomer Needed
Pet World 262-4646
AKITA male & female.
Champion pedigree, all
shots, $500 284-4130
Aquarium Hood
e| with Flourescent
| Light- Plastic with
glass panel. 29
inches by 11.5 inches.
Like new $20 268-2482
Australian Shepherds I
Puppies -Sm/Sfem.
Austrian Shepard Pups 5
tri- color $400ea, 1 red
$500 no papers 282-9185
-AKC, lOwks, $1000
tan/blk 386-671-7646
Bloodhound, Brittany
Poodle.Shin-Tzu,C h-
huahua, Peke, Yorkies
Sheltle 744-4433/ 710-7645
Bobcat Hybrid kittens
$400+. 292-9195/535-8573
AKC, 9 weeks $550 each
Shots/Wormed, 9. 11wks,
M/F, brindle & fawn,
$450. 904-333-9530
Chihuahua Breeding
stock for sale, due to
health. AKC,deerhead
type. Cash only, serious
please. 386-659-2076

Dachshund Puppy male
mini, shorthair, red,
AKC, H/C $300. 384-8111
Private Lessons.
Check My Website at
www.pu trailn.corn
or ca 9P034-710-0393
reg, pups, UGA & Chmp
bidlnes, M $1800, fem
$1500 229-263-7487 LM
4_ FREE German
SShepherd lyr old
I male, neutered.
Great with kids. All
shots. 777-8378 or
4[ 1 Yr old male,
neutered, great
with kids. All shots.
777-8378 or 881-1652
Free Pit Bull female
white & pink to loving
home call904- 424- 0076
SHOME 5 mo. old
kItJ ack Russel
Pomeranian mix,
female, kennel trained.
Moving can't take with
us. 904-693-3387
SHOME 1 male, 2
,t|female cats, loving
and friendly. Mov-
ing can't take with us.
German Shepherd AKC
Pups Champ Blood-
lines $450. 874-3172
AKC. top bloodlines
$650 & up 863-298-0610
CKC reg. M/F, $700.
Italian Greyhounds black
male, AKC, extra smart,
2mo. $500. 291-6859

1010 pet's &
101 Supplies
Jack Russell Pups
2males, Swks, $350
Jack Russell Pups
ri color, very short. $300

lapanese Chin lyr old
Wonderful w/children
& other pets. Very
sweet, calm disposi-
tion. $350. OBO- Leave
msg i no. 421-4870
RT Reg. chipped $350
-$1000. 352-5954072
FAIRS: Orange Park
PetsMart (Blanding at
Lake Gray Dr.) & St.
John's Towncenter
PetsMart (off Gateway
Pkwy/JTB), Sat/Sun,
Aug 17/18, 10-4.
Looking to Adopt older
female dog for Companion
to 13yrs old Female, Beagle
No Large Dogs PLS.
call 291- 4880 after 5pm
MaCaw B&G Big cuddly
baby, almost weaned,
$1200. Goffin Cockatoo
talking, gentle sweet,
$600+cage. Both Vet
checked. 904-940 1292

Miniature Dachshunds
CKC, black & tan,
beautiful $500. 282-9313
ing Eng. creams, short
smooth coat, full reg &
HIth Cert. Ready to go
home $350-$500. 284-6253
Mini Dachshunds-A KC,
CKC, adults & pups. can
meet you 912-576-9878
Mini Dachshunds- SH,
breed pair, loving pets,
w/papers. $600. 386-5542
$700-$750. BIk & choc's
H/C POP 904-845-4011

Papillion puppies ready
now. Call Pam @
904- 2981152 after 5 pm.
Papillon 6mo. old. male
sable & white, sweet
lap doq for 1 -pet fam-
ily. Paid $600. asking
$300. cash 904-778 0304
Guy Purvis 879-2415
Mom & dad on premises.
1Owks, no papers
$200ea. 904-333-1139

Poms AKC 2.5 yr M $600
2.5 yr tiny F $800. 5.5 mo
M $1200. 904- 259- 9425
POODLE -11wks old, toy,
Phantom Blue, has
papers, 386-328-2818
Presa Canario Ultimate
family protectors. Big
gorgeous pups/adults,
shots, wormed $750 &
up. 904-940-9040
9/27. 352-493-2564
bloodline, german, H/C
2 Males 2 Females, Dad
16016s. Mother on
property. $275. Father
has large head.
693- 0301 No papers
Shelties AKCPOP. Dep.
will hold.Sb &Sbl Mrl.

Shih-Tzu-Pups CKC
Females/ Males shots &
wormed. 406-0144
raised, health certs,
quality conformation.
$500-$600. 387-4034
$100 Call 707-3245
Welimaraner puppies
AKC/CKC, Health Cert.
4f/3m. $400. 264-5884

DEP. READY 9/29; 3
MALE-$1000.00 EA. 1
F.$1200.00 CH. BL. CALL
213-1722 OR 610-3743.

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1220 Equipment Classics 1340 Trailers 1340 Trailers/
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reliulator. Taken off windscreen700.00BO work. loaded, woo.trim. Call MUST SEE $7,00O. Toyota Supra Turbo '9 1lspeed, new clutch* j shape, Asp. CD,
Iregsontrtation 3416 ayliner. 223-1309 windscrall 3700 OBO793 Cell 383-2292 233-5548 $5,000 904-635-2975. MERCEDES45OSL Good paint. upgraded sound sunroof, blue, good
HONDA REBEL -991961 IMP DUNE BUGGY CADILLACFLEETWOOD 96 FordTaurus4Dr Roadsterred.tan. portatlon $2000 Call Call 850-313-1020
AOND REE tionNeweng/Clutch. New St#BUC12A$8rdedtan,1974$Cla0Ca90-33-45 sytem-reliabler a-ls85trc
Aviation RVs & New /clutch. New St#BUCF642A $6788 Sedan Only 26,900 inter Conv./Hard- VOLVO S40'02 after 5pm 729-5935
1B Boats 1230 Supplies $1600287-6135002 tires/whee. 42Oobo TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 3714877 Miles! Part ofn top custom car, cover, St#F656 $16,488 JEEP CHEROKEE m'92,
1210Sailboats 1230 Supplies2 o3 2904-424-6222 Estate LIquidation auto/ac "runsgreat TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487" .9 .DO E RA T 1500 4X4. 156k mi AT. AC.
=25Boat Dockage& 2004StarcraftTert 0, Alfa Romeo Spyder '85 Cadillac Sedan Deville Must See $7,000 (904)2178-621 or C, X, AC 9 W, $3500
Rentals e p Camper, AC, Fully Call 509-5200 red, black interior, EC, '. 91,500ms $6500 635-297 542-8894e c
1220 uipment Call 509-5200 $13,000. 904-2872720 new ac cmp, alt & f HONDA ACCORD -'93t & MERCEDES S-430 00 1335200orLess Con 5Cab VS .aT. A 6
and Supplies L extras to list. Go Honda Shadow Spirit Cadillac Eldorado75 CADILLAC I a 4dr sedan, $1700 bo nly 300mi. Like new ATOBOAT 545-7646 Cheokee 1993
1Z230RV's and Supplies camping today! $10,000. '03. $4500 firm. Call Cony. Motor knocks, CADILLAC SEVILLE- SLS 246-8545 $35k.377-6219 AUTO+BOAT AUCTION Good Condition.DODEM
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1300 Motorcycles/Mini 21' ROCKWOOD 01 Honda ST90 '75-Classic Chevy Corvette "79 Red. van, $roo500225-0024 r TO 8 o1r,48 HD. pcon. ithr turbo uder uact io s Ln bd,2 EEP $RAND CHEROKEE
Bikes self contained. Sleeps 7, Trail/Street ike-Clear 96 0mr$12 be. 00225-0024 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371.4877 pwr shift, all B & Rec. miles. Excellent 'O3. Fully loaded. exc
30Auto Brokers completely loaded title all orlruns good- all Jeremy 838-1860 CHEVY AVEO 4DR '04 HONDA IC $15900. 226-4870 Cad woo Running Condclean, cond must sellulckly
310 Auto Parts $9000. 904-765-2785 1700. 261-52I6 St#26468 $7988 HONDA CIViC '95 0, many Xtras. $7500. abo. $14,775. Call 38900
35Auto Rent/ease classic 80 Olds TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Poen 001 x73tns MECURY R MARU 00 brakes, water Call 406-0060 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
L31S Auto Rent/Lease ANR TREAV TRAIL Honda VLX 2 Cutlass Aprx 46800 a e748116x7326 St#4087A $9988 pump $1200 ab. JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
1MAtiques/Classics MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS 200- l3-e nk org. miles, looks& CHEVYCAVALIER 04 TOMBUSHAUTO 371-4 G Dode am 199 -4, top of the line, all
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1r 4i16S4ade39 333-0i478 3336904- 00-1eh Lumn 114k mi $6,800 OBO 1 <|m 2nd Owner, new Chevy Blazer KS 86-full many extras $7500. OBO Ing $8000 Call 673-6106
SUV's 1-800-541-6439 3330478 low miles, AC, exc cond. .90431&1571 to, 95,000 miles szed.$20 d working 4060060
130Misc.Auto coleman Popup SUZURM125'2 $2,995 Call 504-1900 Newt res. Exc condJE cond.200 .223-1309 JEEP LIBERTY -03, Ltd
L39D0Misc._Autooe o SUZUKI 5'0-12 5 i $7900.387"5615 d UEt Edition,25k ml.,loaded,
135Autos/Truckhevy amper Cross- Excellentond.,CVCEX5 7900.3875615 DELTA881978-Good car
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d i FE O Ford Raner Edge Audi A-Silver 904- 42-7027 25Kmi. Cert l00kmi warr Ithr, looks & runs like KIA SPORTAGE -'00, red,
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