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Katrina Victims
NAS Jax Helps Kalrina Eacuees
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Navy Runners
Hundreds Run In Marine Corps Half Marathon
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Haunted Woods
Participants Needed For Event
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Detachment decommissioned



mission relieved
By Lt. Kimo Silcox
ept. 23, marked the
end of an era as the
U.S. Navy decommis-
sioned VP-30's VR Detach-
ment. The VR Detachment's
mission was the global
transportation and support
of U.S. and allied digni-
The ceremony, signifying
the end of 28 years of dedi-
cated service, honored all of
the men and women who
have given their time and
energy to fulfill and sur-
pass the aspirations held
by those who stood at the
commissioning ceremony.
Adm. John Nathman,
commander, U.S. Fleet
Forces Command, was the
ceremony's guest speaker.
"The irony is that as we
lose this mission, we need
to lose this mission .
because there's a clear sig-
nal out there to me that
means the warriors of this
community will now be
allowed to sharpen their
focus on tomorrow's fight,"
Nathman remarked during

Photos courtesy of VP-30
Members of VP-30's VR Detachment stand in front of their
VP-3A before the detachment's disestablishment ceremony
Sept. 23.

the event.
Worldwide flag transport
was established in 1977 as
a VR Detachment in VP-30
to provide logistical support
with the versatile P-3
During 28 years of mis-
hap-free support, the detach-
ment provided service to the
Chief of Naval Operations
(CNO), Commandant of the
Marine Corps, Supreme
Allied Commander Atlantic,
and foreign dignitaries
through the CNO foreign
liaison office. In supporting
the CNO's foreign liaison
office, the detachment com-
pleted more than 200 mis-
sions transporting naval offi-
cials of more than 40 foreign

In 1986, the VR Detach-
ment expanded support to
CFFC requirements, and in
the 1990s, Commander,
Naval Nuclear Propulsion
became a regular customer.
In addition to these U.S.
Navy admirals, the detach-
ment has transported
numerous dignitaries in
support of fleet require-
ments. Among those were
two former presidents
(George Bush, Sr. and
Jimmy Carter), state gover-
nors, famous public figures,
and numerous senior rank-
ing military officers.
Originally, 10 officers and
34 enlisted were assigned
to man and support three
P-3 aircraft. In recent

VP-30 VR Detachment Officer-in-Charge Cmdr. Art Doney, Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces
Command Adm. John Nathman and VP-30 VR Detachment Assistant Officer-in-Charge Cmdr.
Mark Scott get together at VP-30's VR Detachment Disestablishment Ceremony.

history, they had four offi-
cers and 16 enlisted to sup-
port the only remaining
During their many years
of service, the VR
Detachment completed
more than 1,200 flag mis-
They flew over 32,000
flight hours while trans-

porting flag officers to all
50 states and more than 60
countries on six continents.
In his remarks, Nathman
commented, "It's important
to acknowledge the mission
success of this squadron
and detachment."
Following naval tradition
of displaying the admiral's
flag aboard ships with an

admiral embarked, the VR
Detachment displayed the
flag on their aircraft with
an admiral on board.
In tribute to their 28
years of flag support, Cmdr.
Art Doney, officer-in-charge
of the detachment, present-
ed the admiral's flag to
Nathman during the cere-

ICE System helps first responders aid victims

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
If you haven't heard
about the new In Case
of Emergency (ICE)
System yet, you may be
interested in this article
because it could save your
ICE is slowly being
adopted throughout the
country in an effort to help
emergency services person-
nel locate the next of kin or
designated emergency point
of contact for victims who
are unconscious, dead, or
otherwise unable to
respond to questions.
Anyone can be involved
in some kind of serious
accident, crime, and natu-
ral disaster or have a med-
ical emergency at any time.
Today, most people carry
cell phones on their person
or in their vehicles. A cell
phone can literally become
lifeline in a time of crisis.
As emergency medical
personnel arrive on a scene,
they can often find forms of
identification for the vic-
tim, but this offers limited
information, especially
regarding health issues.
Some victims who nor-
mally wear medical alert
identification could lose
their tags during the crisis,
making it difficult to know
previous medical conditions
or allergies to specific
This is where the ICE
System can help during
those critical moments
when first responders are
assessing the situation.
"The ICE System is an
excellent idea. There are a
lot of benefits to this. If

Photo by Kaylee Larocque
OSI (SW) Angel Medrano of the NAS Jacksonville Brig, pro-
grams "ICE" contacts into his cell phone after learning about
the In Case of Emergency System.

someone is involved in a
traffic accident, we can
always run down informa-
tion through the vehicle
registration, but what hap-
pens if someone is driving
another person's vehicle?
It's much more time con-
suming to find out their
identity," said NAS Jax
Chief of Police Glenn
"Another reason the ICE
System is beneficial is
because there are a lot of
people out there who
should be wearing medical
bracelets and don't. If we
have an emergency contact,
we can get that information

much faster," he added.
The ICE system is also
an important tool for con-
tacting family members to
inform them that their
loved one was involved in
an accident or had some
other medical emergency.
"It also helps us notify
their emergency contacts to
let them know someone has
been involved in an acci-
dent. And, it can help us
locate the owners of a cell
phone because we recover
lots of them and usually
never find the owners," con-
tinued Williams.
"The ICE System is a very
good idea and can be espe-

cially useful to get informa-
tion to the emergency dis-
patch side of the house,"
added NAS Jax 9-1-1 Dis-
patcher Robert Adams.
Here's how it works -
under the contact list or
address book on your cell
phone, add the entry ICE-
mom, ICE-husband or ICE1
and ICE2 and the correct
phone number they can be
reached at. Most para-
medics and hospital staff
members know what ICE
stands for and will look for
this contact.
Before you enter your
ICE contacts into your cell
phone, it's a good idea to let
your contacts know that
you are designating them
as your emergency contact.
You should also ensure
they have a list of people to
contact on your behalf in
case they happen to get
that call. Make sure your
ICE contact's number is
current and they can be
reached at that number. A
home number will not help
you if that person is at
work when you are injured.
Also, make sure your con-
tact knows about any med-
ical conditions that could
affect your emergency
treatment such as allergies
and current medication.
Anyone under the age of
18 should use a parent or
other immediate member of
their family as their ICE
partner. It should be some-
one who is authorized to
make decisions on your
behalf such as life or death
The idea for the ICE

See ICE, Page 15

Photo by J01 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson presents Collen Harper, wife of HM2 James
Harper, with a letter of appreciation and gift certificates
Friday to recognize her families efforts in sprucing up
their front yard in base housing.,

NAS Jax begins Yard

of Month Program

By10]1 Mike England
Assistant Editor
The NAS Jacksonville Housing Department
began a program last week to reward Sailors
and their families living in base housing for
landscaping excellence.
The Yard of the Month Program re-wards families
who maintain the best yards in their neighborhoods.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson, who presented the program's first awards
Friday, thinks the program is a great way to recognize
the efforts of Navy families.
"This is a great way to recognize peoples efforts for a
job well done," Dobson stated. It also gives them a lit-
tle incentive to put in that extra effort to make their
yard look great."
NAS Jacksonville Housing Director Mike Herbert


5K Fun Run is Saturday Hispanic Heritage Luncheon is Oct. 13
TOUCHING The VP-5 Officers' Spouses Club is hosting a 5K Fun Run and 1-mile Kids Fun Run The NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness Committee will host a Hispanic-

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society and USO.
To register for this event, visit www.1 For more information on the guest speaker as well as authentic Hispanic music.
E VP-5 Spouses Club,.visit www.geocities.dcm/vp5osc/. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact JO1 Mike England at 542-4877.
.. .II UI-




2 Jax Air NeW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 6, 2005


Safety is always first! At work or at home

R.D. West
Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Before I start this
week's column, I just
wanted to say Hoo-Ya
to those Sailors putting out
the effort to reduce the
Navy's class "A" mishaps, an
average of 30 percent. The
overall goal is, of course,
zero mishaps, but because of
you, we are well on our way
to meet the 50-percent-
reduction challenge by the
Secretary of Defense.
Along those lines, I want
to spend this week talking
about applying simple oper-
ational risk management
(ORM) in everyday activi-
ties, on and off duty.
In today's Navy, whether
you're a seaman or a cap-
tain, you are making deci-
sions that not only affect
you, but also those on your
team. Part of your decision-
making responsibilities
includes using the Navy's
ORM process to keep
mishaps to a minimum by
weighing the risks with the
benefits. An essential part
of everyday business and
every Sailor's responsibility
is to know and use ORM.

Risk management is actu-
ally more than a decision-
making process; it's a com-
mon-sense approach to
thinking about everything
we do. Learning to manage
safety over risk is as simple
as making and following a
Let's look at the ORM pro-
cedures. There are two
basic steps the first is the
ORM plan process and the
second is applying that
When we start any kind of
activity, we all need to look
at the five ORM steps:
1. Identify hazards
2. Assess hazards
3. Make decisions

4. Implement controls
5. Supervise
We use the steps of ORM
as a basic plan for determin-
ing the benefits of taking
the risk involved. Once we
go through the steps, we go
through the possible deci-
sion outcome:
1. Accept when benefits out-
weigh the cost
2. Accept no unnecessary
3. Anticipate and manage by
4. Make decisions at the
right level
Let's take for example, an
incident that happened not
too long ago, and I'll show
you how easy it is to use
ORM in any situation.
Aboard a Navy destroyer,
a lieutenant junior grade
was in the midst of a safety
walk-around. He opened a
fuse panel to make sure the
fuses were the right kind,
and he found a discrepancy.
He tried to point out his
discovery to a fellow division
officer, which doesn't sound
all that challenging, unless
he sticks his finger into the
empty fuse holder, at which
point the difference between
pointing and touching
becomes quite clear.



Finding inspiration in politically incorrect nose art

By Sarah Smiley
Special Contributor
Each morning I sit down at my
computer desk, looking for inspi-
ration, and I find it when I look
at a picture of a half-naked Bomber
Girl pinned to my bulletin board.
The picture-a pencil sketch-is from
World War II, when it was popular for
military men to paint art on the sides
of their aircraft. I bought the picture
on Ebay, where I buy nearly every-
thing that can't be found at Target,
and I'm so fascinated with the fading,
black-and-white drawing of a woman
with big bouncy curls and round hips,
that I've decided to decorate our entire
guest bedroom with "nose art."
This is all to my husband's embar-
rassment, of course, because he'd much
rather have the sketches duct taped to
the back of his closet door than above
the bed where his mom and sister
sleep when they visit. Yet it is not the
blatant sexuality of nose art that I've
fallen in love with, but rather the nos-
talgia and romance it represents.
Or, more importantly, the crews and
missing men who once had an almost
inconceivable attachment to a single
airplane, so much that they named it,
painted a lady on it, and revered it as
something more than an inanimate
piece of metal.
According to the University of
Arizona's online library, "Nose art has
been credited with increasing morale
in dismal times. Men in combat found
security in attaching the name and
image of a well-known personage such
as Rita Hayworth, or a protective sym-
bol such as mother to the machines

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that carried them into danger."
Initially, beginning with World War
II, nose art was innocent enough. Men
painted names and generic emblems
on their planes. But, interestingly, as
the intensity of the war increased and
squadrons were sent father away from
home-and deeper into harm's way-the
more infamous illicit drawings of nude
women found their way onto the noses
of more than a few airplanes.
What's acceptable in wartime, how-
ever, isn't always welcomed at home,
and when the crews returned with
their pin-up clad airplanes, they were
ordered to put clothes on the drawings.
Some pilots rebelled, choosing to paint
censored across the image instead.
Now besides the fact this would
never fly (excuse the pun) today, and
rightly so because much of the past's
nose art is highly sexist, I feel a cer-
tain respect for and connection to the
history of our military when I sit at
my desk and stare at the Bomber Girl.
The image grounds me, both in the
romance and nostalgia of this organi-
zation I'm a part of, but also in the
appreciation of how far our military
has come with the introduction of
female pilots and soldiers.
Recently, I visited the famous Cubi
Point Officer's Club display at the
National Museum of Naval Aviation in
Pensacola, where visitors can experi-
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Navy personnel did for nearly 40 years
in the Western Pacific.
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squadrons and crews. Much of this
memorabilia is politically incorrect by
today's standards.
The nose of a model airplane, for
example, reads "Not tonight, Honey, I
have to fly." But the faux pas are all
but lost in the overwhelming history of
the stories and of the people represent-
ed on the walls. It's as if you can hear
groups of pilots laughing and slapping
each other's backs, their voices echoing
through time as a reminder of all who
are gone from us now.
I'm not saying I fully agree with the
sexualization of women in these ways,
and I'm still not sure how I will even-
tually explain the Bomber Girl sketch
to my boys when they get older. After
all, I'm a modern woman, all for
women's rights and the eradication of
degrading sexual innuendos in our cul-
ture. I would never allow Dustin to
hang an explicit calendar in our
kitchen, yet I plan to decorate our
guest bedroom with nose art. Seems
like a double standard, I know.
But, each time I see the sketch above
my computer it is in many ways an
intangible-almost inexplicable-
reminder of the real men and women
who die for our country. Perhaps it is
because the ignominious sketches help
me remember that our service mem-
bers are real flesh-and-blood people,
not mythical creatures who were in
some way meant to trudge off to war.
It's a reminder of their stories. Their
memories. Their sacrifice.
And, for me, that makes a simple
black-and-white sketch very seductive.

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

Since fuse boxes are live
equipment with more volt-
age than your average J.G.
can take, they entail some
training, equipment, person-
al protective equipment
(PPE) and tag out authori-
zation before monkeying
around with them.
Now let's go back in time,
imagine that you are the
lieutenant junior grade.
Your first step is to identify
the hazards. There is the
little matter of an exposed
electrical current. That was
not too tough.
Now let's assess the haz-
ard. If we have electricity,
we know it can be danger-
ous. So we'll need a subject-
matter expert on electricity
and some PPE to protect
ourselves from any possibili-
ty of shock. So far, nobody
has gotten injured.
Let's make some decisions
based on the first two steps.
Using the performance
maintenance standards, the
right person can tag out the
panel. Even though o'ur
panel is off, electricity is one
of those forces that cannot
always be completely con-
trolled, so ensuring PPE is

See SAFETY, Page 14

tising from that source until the violation is corrected.
The deadline for all story and photo submissions is close of business the
Friday before publication, and can be sent to
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Job title/command:
NAS Jax Admin

S Hometown: Wichita Falls,

. Family Life: Single

Past Duty Stations: Puerto Rico, Bahrain,

Career Plans: To become a nurse.

Most Interesting Experience: Going to
the Middle East.

Words of Wisdom: The more you ask, the
more you know, the further you will go.

; .. *

f ) Job title/command:
T Medical Staff Specialist, Navy
Medicine Support Command

Hometown: Dallas, Ga.

Family Life: Married to my awesome hus-
band. We have two children, Wyatt, 8 and
Samantha, 2.

Past Duty Stations: Department of
Defense Police, Lakehurst, N.J.

Career Plans: To get a BS degree in crimi-
nal justice.

Most Interesting Experience: Watching
my kids grow and change.

Words of Wisdom: Imagination is more
important than knowledge. For knowledge is
limited while imagination embraces the entire
world. Albert Einstein

Donations still being

accepted at the chapel
T he base chapel is still collecting items for Hurricane
Katrina evacuees. Food items, water, diapers and
gift cards are accepted. Clothing items are no longer:
Please drop items off at the Chapel Center or call 542-:
3051 for more information.

L t. Cmdr. Tom Blake was a naval flight officer and Lt.
Cmdr. Scott Bracher was a Navy.pilot, both assigned
to VS-32. Because of an editorial mistake, their
respective job titles were reversed in a front-page story
Sept. 29. Also, in the same story, Jennifer Baker is the
spouse of a VFA-211 pilot, not VS-32.

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 jO1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
The Iii AIR NEWS is an authorized publication for members of the
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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
Department of Defense, or the Department of the Navy. The appear-
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ments, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of
Defense, or The Florida Times-Union, of the products and services
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political affiliation or any other non-merit factor of the purchaser, user
or patron. If a violation or refraction of this equal opportunity policy
by an advertiser is confirmed, the publisher shall refuse to print adver-

NAS Jax helps Katrina

victims find new homes

By 10 Mike England
Assistant Editor

Hurricane Katrina
has left tens of thou-
sands of people
homeless in the Gulf Coast
region, many of whom were
Sailors, Marines, Soldiers
and Airmen. Over the past
month, NAS Jacksonville
has been doing its part to
ensure that the service
members affected by this
disaster have the resources
they need to start over
When Katrina was ap-
proaching the Gulf Coast,
service members and their
families were instructed to
take shelter at Florida mili-
tary installations. Many
went to bases such as NS
Pensacola or Eglin AFB
while others came to NAS
According to NAS Jack-
sonville Housing Director
Michael Herbert, finding
these displaced families a
place to stay has been chal-
lenging, but also rewarding.
"Helping these people has
been a great experience,"
Herb.ert said."You really
learn a lot when you see
people who have lost every-
The NAS Jax Housing
Department has provided a
number of different services
to Katrina victims upon
their arrival.
"We treat each family who
arrives here uniquely. We do
our best to cater to their
needs," said Patricia
Wheeler, an NAS Jax hous-
ing management specialist.
"The first thing we do
when a new family arrives
is figure out what .they
want," Wheeler said. "Some
families want to stay on
base, but others would
rather stay out in town. We
can accommodate them
either way."
Currently, 31 families
have stayed or are currently

Jax Air NeOW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 6, 2005 3

Navy Ball tickets on sale now
The annual Navy Ball will be held Oct. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club. Tickets are now on sale through command repre-
sentatives and at the NAS Jax command master chief's office. Ticket
prices are as follows:
E7 and above, civilians, retirees and guests $30
El through E6 and guests $15
Attire is as follows:
E7 and above Dinner Dress White (Mess Dress optional)
E6 and below Service Dress White
Civilians Black Coat and Tie
For more information, call 542-8205.

Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 9-15

From the NAS]ax
Fire Prevention Department

Photo by J01 Mike England
MaryAnn Lambert enters her new home at NAS Jacksonville
after arriving from New Orleans. Lambert's husband,
MA1 (SW) Stephen Lambert, is still in New Orleans assisting
the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

staying in either base hous-
ing or the Transient Visitors
Quarters. However, dozens
of others have utilized the
Housing Department's Rent-
al Partnership Program,
which matches military fam-
ilies with reputable land-
lords in the Jacksonville
"The Rental Partnership
Program is a great tool for
families that are new to the
Jacksonville area," Herbert
stated. "It really saves them
a lot of time on research."
One family that has bene-
fited from the dedication of
the housing staff is the
Lambert family. MaryAnn
Lambert and her two chil-
dren evacuated from New
Orleans but were rerouted
to Meridian, Miss. when I-
10 was shut down.
"We originally were trying
to get to Jacksonville, but
were forced to go to
Meridian," Lambert said.
"Meridian was just over-
whelmed with evacuees, so
we headed for NAS
Jacksonville as soon as we
could get out. Those were
four of the longest days of
my life."
Lambert was forced to

leave New Orleans without
her husband, MA1(SW)
Stephen Lambert, because
tie had to stay behind to
help with the relief efforts.
This meant that MaryAnn
had to start putting her
family's lives back together
again alone.
"It was tough coming here
alone, but housing has been
wonderful to us. Everyone
on the base has gone the
extra mile to help us when
we were down," she said.
"Housing has given us furni-
ture and appliances and the
USO and Chapel personnel
have gone out of their way
to give us the little things
that make life easier."
Although, the NAS Jax
Housing Department has
helped dozens of families
get back on their feet, the
staff members there know
there is still much work to
be done.
"We're going to do every-
thing in our power to make
these people's transitions as
easy as possible," Herbert
For more information on
the NAS Jacksonville
Housing Department, call

Each year since 1925, the President of
the United States has proclaimed
the week including Oct. 9, the
anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire of
1871, as "Fire Prevention Week," The Fire
Department is planning many activities
and programs during this period to stimu-
late an all-hands interest and participation
in fire prevention. The theme for Fire
Prevention Week 2005 is "Use Candles
with Care; When you go out, blow out".
Fire Prevention Week schedule of events
Oct. 9-15, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Open house
at all fire stations.
Oct. 11-14 Unannounced base-wide fire

evacuation drills.
Oct. 11, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fire Prevention
table display with fire inspectors, fire
apparatus and crew, and "Pluggie" the
talking fire hydrant at the Navy Exchange
Court Yard.
Oct. 11, 4 p.m. "Pluggie" the talking fire
hydrant, fire inspectors, fire apparatus and
visit the NAS Jax Youth Center.
Oct. 12, 10-11 a.m. "Pluggie" the talking
fire hydrant and fire inspectors to visit the
Children's Ward and Pediatrics Clinic at
the Naval Hospital.
Oct. 12, 5 p.m. "Pluggie" the talking fire
hydrant and fire inspectors at the Yellow
Water Housing Complex Youth Center.
Oct. 13, 9-10 a.m. "Pluggie" the talking
fire hydrant, fire inspectors and firefight-
ers at the Child Development Center.

The history of Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week marks the anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire of Oct. 8-9,
1871. That blaze which raged for several days, claimed more than than 250 lives
and destroyed over 17,400 structures.
Like later tragedies such as the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York (145
fatalities) and the 1942 fire in Boston's Cocoanut Grove nightclub (491 dead), the 1871
Chicago Fire prompted much-needed reform by focusing public attention on fire preven-
tion and fire safety.
In 1911, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Chicago Fire, the Fire Marshals
Association of North America proclaimed the nation's first Fire Prevention Day to pro-
mote public awareness of fire safety. Fire awareness programs and parades were held
throughout America.
In 1925, President Calvin Coolidge declared Fire Prevention Week an official national
observance. Ever since, the Sunday through Saturday period containing the Oct. 9
anniversary of the Chicago Fire has been the focus of an annual fire safety awareness
campaign sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association.
In 2005, National Fire Prevention Week is being observed Oct. 9-15. The theme of this
year's awareness program is "Use Candles with Care." Statistics show that candle fires
are one of the few types of home fires that have increased dramatically over the past
decade and two out of five home candle fires start in bedrooms. In December, the number
of monthly candle fires nearly doubles, and the leading source of fuel is holiday decora-
Whether you use candles for romantic dinners, atmosphere or celebrations, remember,
you're dealing with an open flame. Treat, it with respect.


4 iJaxAr NoWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, October 6, 2005

Eisenstatt is new NAS Jax CJA

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Command Judge Advocate Lt. Rachel Eisenstatt
returns a case file to Legal Assistant Pat Spann.

By Miriam S. Gallet
Lt. Rachel A. Eisenstatt, a
native of Dallas, Texas,
reported aboard NAS
Jacksonville last week as the new
Command Judge Advocate for the
base. Before reporting here, she
served as a legal assistance and
defense attorney for two years at
the Naval Legal Service Office in
NS Mayport.
"The legal department at NAS
Jacksonville is responsible for
advising the command about a vari-
ety of legal matters," she explained.
"This is a busy office that handles
many different issues from civilian
personnel law to ethics questions to
NJP procedures for the command.

One minute we may be reviewing
MWR contracts and the next work-
ing on a military justice case or
responding to a FOIA (Freedom of
Information Act) request."
After graduating from Highland
Park High School in Dallas,
Eisenstatt attended Tulane
University in New Orleans where
she earned a B.A. in American
Studies in 2000. In 2002, she
received her law degree from the
University of Texas and was admit-
ted to practice law in Texas after
passing the bar exam. While at the
University of Texas, she was com-
missioned as a naval officer
through the Judge Advocate
General's (JAG) Corps Student
"I became interested in joining

the Navy after I went to a presenta-
tion on the JAG Corps at school. It
seemed like a very unique and
interesting way to practice law and
serve my country at the same time,
said Eisenstatt. "It's also worked
out well because my husband is
active duty Navy too and the Navy
has been great about co-locating
In August 2003, Eisenstatt
attended Officer Indoctrination
School in Newport, R.I., followed by
Naval Justice School, where she
graduated with honors.
"I'm really excited to be here at
NAS Jax. The people here are won-
derful, and I am looking forward to
working with everyone and helping
to meet the command's legal

Telephone scams target hurricane victims

From the Federal Emergency
Management Agency
while disaster victims are work-
ing to get their lives back to
normal, con artists are busy
with telephone scams designed to fur-
ther traumatize those who have already
suffered great losses.
Officials from the Department of
Homeland Security's Federal
Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA) are warning people to be espe-
cially alert to anyone contacting them
by telephone claiming to be a govern-
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artists calling victims asking for per-
sonal information such as Social
Security and bank account numbers so
they can get them money for repairs or
Officials advise disaster victims never
to give Social Security numbers, person-
al bank account numbers, or other
financial information to anyone who
calls on the telephone or contacts them
in person. FEMA does not call victims
for that information.
When people call FEMA to register
for disaster assistance, the registration
nn otqfanr will ask for the following infor-

The address of the damaged proper-
A current address and telephone
number where the applicant can be
reached; ,,,
Social Security number;
Bank account information for elec-
tronic funds transfer;
Your household's approximate gross
income at the time of the hurricane;
Information on your insurance cov-
erage, particularly flood insurance.
If anyone suspects fraudulent activity,
contact the Department of Homeland
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Fall 2005 flu shot schedule

Naval Hospital Jacksonville will begin
vaccinating TRICARE Prime and Plus
beneficiaries with the influenza vaccine
starting on Oct. 31.
Patients will receive flu shots from
their Primary Care Manager on a "walk-
in" basis. Hours of Operation for each
clinic are:

ment ouiiicial or FivM representative. operawi a w mr giwi ypu -I L2"", .v J V %_- il
Recent reports of fraud include con- mation: hotline, 1-800-323-8603. Family Practice
Monday Friday, 9-11 p.m. and 1-3 p.m.

Navy Wives Club of America to hold annual convention here Pediatric Clinic
Monday Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.
By Miriam S. Gallet history of the region." Guest speakers from Internal Medicine
Editor Amy Johnson, NWCA Jax Washington, D.C. and a for-
#86 president, explained that mer Korean War prisoner of Monday Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.

he Navy Wives Club of
America (NWCA) Jax
#86 will host the 2005
annual Navy Wives Club of
America Convention at the
NAS Jacksonville Officers'
Club Oct. 22-28. NWCA
President Denise Johnson of
San Diego, Calif. will preside
over the seven-day event.
This year's theme is "Salute
to Our Heroes."
According to Pearl Aran,
NWCA Jax #86 membership
chairman, 120 delegates
from all over the world are
expected to attend this year's

convention. "We welcome the
opportunity to host such an
important event and host so
many wonderful delegates,"
Aran said. "Our local chapter
is excited. It will give us a
great opportunity show case
our naval air station and the

this is the second time NAS
Jax has hosted the conven-
tion. "This is the second time
that our chapter has hosted
this event and we welcome
the opportunity," she said.
"We have a week full of activ-
ities and hope to get a lot of
NWCA business out of the
way and have time to show
the delegates our city."
Revision of bylaws, the role
Navy wives play in today's
Navy and gaining and
retaining members are topics
that will be discussed during
the event.

war will address the conven-
tioneers. Participants will
also have a chance to explore
the history of North Florida
during planned trips to his-
torical St. Augustine, Cape
Canaveral and the EPCOT
'Center in Orlando.
The NWCA is a national
organization for spouses of
enlisted Navy, Marine Corps
and Coast Guard personnel.
For further information or
to attend the convention, call
Pearl Aran at 777-8032 or
Emily Johnson at 272-5920.

NAS Active Duty and Reservist per-
sonnel will receive the vaccine from the
Branch Health Clinic. Call 542-3500 to
check the schedule for vaccination
dates and times.
Unfortunately the Naval Hospital will
not be providing the flu vaccine to TRI-
CARE Standard patients. If you desire
the flu vaccine please contact your civil-
ian doctor or your local health depart-

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Red Ribbon Week: The story behind the symbol

By Danny Woodard
Wellness Center Health Promotion
ed Ribbon week is a
national drug educa-
tion and awareness
event that has occurred
every October since 1988
in the United States.
Every year around the
U.S., our schools and other
organizations take time
and effort to get the word
out about the dangers of
drug abuse.
The Navy is one of those
organizations with the
purpose of educating all of
us, not just our children,
about the dangers and
effects of drug use.
This year at NAS
Jacksonville, the Wellness

Center will be conducting
several outreach events
around the installation to

increase drug awareness.
If you think you have all
the knowledge you need
about illicit drugs think
again! Drug slang, meth-
ods of use and designer
drugs change as fast as
computer technology in
today's world.
Every since 1981 the
Navy has had a mandatory
drug urinalysis program
that dramatically changed
the use of illicit drugs in
the Navy, and established
a "zero tolerance" policy on
drug use. The Navy's pro-
gram is a model for the
military and the entire
Please do everything you
can to fight the "war on
drugs," which includes edu-
cation, detection and deter-

rence and treatment. The
U.S. has the highest rate of
drug addiction than any
country in the world. It is
more important today than
ever before to get involved
since we now know that
much of the money made
from illegal sales and dis-
tribiution of drugs goes to
terrorist organizations
The following is the story
behind the red ribbon sym-
bol: Enrique "Kiki" Cam-
arena grew up in a dirt-
floored house with hopes
and dreams of making a
Camarena worked his
way through college,
served in the Marines and
became a police officer.
When he decided to join



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engine at Aviation Intermediate
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Jacksonville Sept. 20.
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the U.S. Drug Enforcement
Administration, his mother
tried to talk him out it. "I
can't not do this," he told
her. "I'm only one person,
but I want to make a dif-
The DEA sent Camarena
,to work undercover in
Mexico investigating a
major drug cartel believed
to include officers in the
Mexican army, police and
On Feb. 7, 1985, the 37-
year-old Camarena left his
office to meet his wife for
lunch. Five men appeared
at the agent's side and
shoved him in a car. One
month later, Camarena's
body was found in a shal-
low grave. He had been
tortured to death.
In honor of Camarena's
memory and his battle
against illegal drugs,
friends and neighbors
began to wear red badges
of satin.
Parents, sick of the
destruction of alcohol and
other drugs, had begun
forming coalitions. Some of
these new coalitions took

Camarena as their model
and embraced his belief
that one person can make
a difference.
These coalitions also
adopted the symbol of
Camarena's memory, the
red ribbon.
The National Family
Partnership organized the
first Nationwide Red
Ribbon Campaign in 1988.
Since that time, the cam-
paign has reached millions
of U.S. children.
The Wellness Center will
have drug information
available at the following
times and locations during
Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 24-
Oct. 24, noon 4 p.m. -
Oct. 25, 10 a.m. noon -
Oasis Galley
Oct. 26, 9 a.m. 3 p.m. -
Navy Exchange
Oct. 27, 9 a.m. 3 p.m. -
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville, first floor
For more information,
contact Danny Woodard at

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Some things

I am sure of ...
By Chaplain Lt. Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
No one is to blame for Hurricane Katrina and
Hurricane Rita. As a matter of fact, no one is to
blame for any of the hurricanes that have hit us
the last couple of years. I think it is a tragedy that we
seem to be hearing more about who is to blame for this
than about all the good stuff that has been done by peo-
ple who just want to help.
It is very difficult to deal with
someone who does not know
what they are talking about,
yet they keep on talking any-
way. I am not pointing my fin-
ger at anyone specifically, but I / ,
wonder how much incorrect
information the media spreads. '
Once it is reported on television
or in the newspaper, it is hard
to "debunk" it. I can remember --
when I could listen to the news
and believe it ... wouldn't it be i -
nice if things were still like .
"Please" and "thank you" are Chaplain
good words to hear and say, why Lt. Mylon Pope
don't we use them more?
A long time ago someone showed me a quote that said
"I used to feel sad because I had no shoes...until I met a
man with no feet." Yesterday, I had one of those days that
make me believe in Murphy's Law. I had to deal with a
car insurance company about an accident. (Not my insur-
ance company), I lost my cover, (I hate losing things), my
son had to go to the orthodontist (the bill is the painful
thing there), I was chastised by a person who barely
knows me for something I still don't understand...I could
list more, but you get the picture.
I was starting to feel sorry for myself, and decided to
start having a "pity party" I walked out of my office to get
some fresh air, and walked over to the building behind
the chapel where we are distributing items for folks who
are here because they had to leave the Gulf area.
There was a man there who was going through some of
the items, so I started a conversation with him. I asked
him how he was doing, and he told me he had lost his
home, his job, and every possession he had except for
what was in his pockets...but yet he still had a smile on
his face. He said, "I guess I could feel sorry for myself, but
thank God I still have my wife and kids, as long as I have
them, I'll be ok."
I thought about myself, and how foolish I had been ear-
lier. A car is just a car, a cover is just a cover, an ortho-
dontist bill is just a bill, and a person's opinion of you is
just an opinion. I realized I couldn't control any of those
things. What I did realize is that I can control my atti-
tude, and my outlook.
Life is the greatest gift and adventure we are given. It
is too short to waste on worrying about things that are
beyond out control. And the only person I can blame if I
have a rotten outlook or attitude is me... it is easier to
point the finger at someone else, it always is. Thank God
for events and people that remind us of what really mat-

USO offers Jaguars tickets
From the USO ... r F

he USO sells tickets
to every Jaguars
home game (includ-
ing pre-season) for $8 per
The following is the
upcoming season schedule:
Nov. 6, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Texans, tickets on sale at
USO Oct. 24.
Nov. 13, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Ravens, tickets on sale at
USO Oct.. 31.
Dec. 11, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
Colts, tickets on sale at
USO Nov. 28.

Dec. 18, 1 p.m. Jags vs.
49ers, tickets on sale at
USO Dec. 5.
Jan. 1, 4:05 p.m. Jags vs.
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'You go back to what you know'

By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
After spending 30 years in the
Navy, retired Master Chief
Mike Ross took a couple years
off and then realized just how much he
missed being involved with the Navy
community. So he came back by volun-
teering his time at the NAS Jax Navy
and Marine Corps Relief Society
(NMCRS) where he's worked as a case-
worker, helping military families with
financial issues for the past five years.
"The first reason I started volunteer-
ing was because I didn't want to be out
of the Navy. When they kick you out
after 30 years, you go to Navy Relief
because it lets your do three things -
you get to be a member of the Navy
again, you know that the only people
you will be dealing with are Sailors
and you have that sense of belonging
again. That was my biggest reason for
volunteering," said Ross, enthusiasti-
"Helping people and doing all those
things was secondary. When you are a
master chief for 15 years, you are
somebody. Then, one day when you
retire, you're nobody. And, when most
of your friends and everything you do
is related to the Navy, you go back to
what you know," he added.
By volunteering at NMCRS, Ross
also used his experience there to get a
part-time position at VyStar Credit
Union as a financial counselor. "Navy
Relief has a training program and
there is an underlying continuing edu-
cation there. I used my experience of
1,000 hours of volunteer work at Navy
Relief and converted it to an equiva-
lency of an associate's degree to come
to work at VyStar. My background is
in finance," he stated.
Ross volunteers at NMCRS every
Wednesday and works at VyStar three
days each week. "I do the same thing
for Navy Relief that I do at my job
with two specific differences. As a
financial counselor for VyStar, I do
everything I can to educate and correct
ignorance and immaturity for the
young people," said Ross. "But, I'm not
always able to provide them with
funds because here, you have to quali-
fy to get money. Where at Navy Relief,


Mike Ross
you can still provide some education
but there you can make immediate
and tangible improvements because
you can provide funds to those in
Ross seems to be quite happy work-
ing in the financial field. "Every finan-
cial institution has a final bottom line
and that is to make money. A credit
union is a not-for-profit operation it
works for the members of the credit
union. But, we are still required to pro-
duce in the green to be able to give
back to the members in terms of serv-
ices and interest rates," emphasized
Ross. "The financial industry states,
you make it, we take it. I hate interest
rates of more than 10 percent, late fees
on credit card payments, which by the
way are up, predatory lenders and I
hate personal irresponsibility and
ignorance. This job helps me combat
those things."
By volunteering at NMCRS, Ross
gets another kind of satisfaction.
"What I get at Navy Relief is that out
of every 50-60 of the cases I see, there
is always one case where you really
reached out and touched someone and
made an immediate and lifetime
change in what they do," he continued.
"Every once in awhile, I run into some-

body and they walk up and say 'thank
you.' I don't always remember them,
but I guess I did something to change
their life and get them out of financial
Although he's not sure what he'll be
doing in the future, Ross stands by
what he preaches. "I am financially
independent. I come to work and vol-
unteer because I want to. I'm 53 and
plan to reevaluate my life at 58. I may
just buy a sailboat and sail away, but I
think as long as I enjoy hanging out
with young Sailors and helping them, I
will stay at Navy Relief," Ross said
earnestly. "I would love to realistically
say that I would like to put Navy
Relief out of business by teaching
everyone to handle their own money
and not have emergencies, but I don't
think that will happen."
Teaching young people the impor-
tance of saving money and being
financially responsible is a top priority
in his life. "When I tell these young
people they are being stupid or foolish,
it's because I've already done it. I want
everyone to know that I volunteer
because I really do care. I've been
there and I know why they are there.
As a NMCRS volunteer, I am not judg-
mental but I am going to be hard on
them because they need to learn the
lessons of financial responsibility," said
So what advice does he have for
those looking to volunteer? "There can
probably be no act more noble than
helping your fellow man. Navy Relief
is a great place to volunteer and get
some experience while helping others,"
he continued. "When you work in an
organization. in Duval County that is
associated with literally hundreds of
retiree Navy senior officers who are
now in management positions, why not
volunteer at NMCRS for six months,
get some experience, talk to some of
those people and use that as your lad-
der to find a job."
For information on volunteering at
NMCRS, call 542-3515.

Your disaster aid check may be at the post office

From the Federal
Emergency Management
H hurricane Katrina
disaster recovery
officials are remind-
ing evacuees from both
Katrina and Hurricane
Rita that it's important to
notify the U.S. Postal
Service of every change of
address, so that they can
receive vital mail including
important documents like
disaster assistance checks
being mailed by the Federal
Emergency Management
Agency (FEMA). .
The officials said that
staying in touch with
FEMA is one of several
ways that evacuees can
ensure that approved aid
reaches them quickly.
Evacuees who have regis-
tered for assistance with

FEMA should report all
changes of address by call-
ing 800-621-FEMA (3362),
TTY 800-462-7585, or going
online to
FEMA staff at Disaster
Recovery Centers can also
update disaster contact
There are three ways to
change your address by
phone, online, or in person:


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By Terri White, RN,
Case Management Coordinator,
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville and its
seven Branch
Health Clinics (BHCs) join
the nation in recognizing its
case managers during
National Case Management
Week, Oct. 9-15.
The Military Healthcare
System established the case
management program in
support of Population
Health Improvement objec-
tives several years ago.
With escalating healthcare
costs, the aging of our popu-
lation and better manage-
ment of healthcare towards
quality and cost-effective
outcomes, the practice of
case management has
Case management profes-
sionals include licensed
clinical social workers' and
registered nurses who advo-
cate for the patient's needs,
assure that healthcare is
delivered promptly, and
strive to ensure a healthier
population, while ensuring
appropriate utilization of
limited healthcare re-
Case managers assist our
Prime enrollees with navi-
gating the complex system
of referrals and authoriza-
tions and support providers
in the development of a
comprehensive plan of care
to return the patient to
optimal health.
The case manager also
tries to bridge resources
between the Naval Hospital
and the network of
providers in our area, as
well as identify community
resources to support our
Navy families.
Since 2002, Naval Hos-
pital Jacksonville has
expanded its case manage-
ment positions from one to
13, with a goal to position at
least one case manager
with each primary care clin-
ic and branch healthcare
Since them, we have man-
aged over 1,500 cases and
each case manager handles
an average panel of 25-30
patients. Our provider sat-
isfaction survey results are
strongly supportive of the
program and our patients'
appreciate having someone
help them through the com-
plex healthcare maze, edu-
cate them about their dis-
ease, and show them how to
become more functionally
independent and self-suffi-
A recent study by Baylor
Intern, Lt. Anne-Marie
Noad, MSC, showed the
return on investment in
case management for just
two case managers exceed-
ed over $1.29 million dol-
lars in two years.
While some case man-
agers focus more on the
acutely ill and complex
caseload, like Linda
Cacchioli, RN in the
Internal Medicine Clinic,
others focus on population
health measures that target
certain diseases and condi-


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pleted, the USPS will hold
mail for 10 days. If mail is
not picked up during that
time, it will then be viewed
as undeliverable.
Undelivered disaster
assistance checks that are
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tions. Christine Morrison,
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designed and implemented
a multi-disciplinary team
approach to pain manage-
ment, and then exported it
to Cmdr. Deanna Falls, NC,
CCM at BHC Jacksonville.
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hour group meetings that
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ductive in their daily lives
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rals to civilian providers.
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port to a large Exceptional
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needs children and family
members of our active duty
service personnel.
Active-duty personnel
who have catastrophic
injuries or illness, or are
returning from OIF/OEF
with battle injuries or ill-
nesses are managed by the
team of Sherry Dotson, RN,

and HMC Deborah Banmnis-
ter at the Naval Hospital.
This team was the pri-
mary coordinator for the 18
NCMB-14 members injured
in Iraq in May 2004, and for
over a year were key in
orchestrating appointments,
gathering clinical informal
tion, consulting multiple
specialties, coordinating VA
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supportive ear to the unique
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When there is a cata-
strophic, life-threatening
injury or illness, their sup-
port to the patient and fami-
ly is invaluable and relieves
the worry about medical
needs and bills.
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also pivotal in tracking the
Hurricane Katrina evacuees
who were flown to Jack-
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the starting line of this year's Marine Corps Half Marathon.

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Running to educate children
of those killed, injured
By Miriam S. .Gallet

More than 1,500 runners prepare to run in the second annual Marine Corps Half Marathon in
downtown Jacksonville Saturday.

" NAS Jacksonville Weapons Department 40-mm Saluting Team prepares to signal the start of
this year's Marine Corps Half Marathon with the sound of their guns. (Standing on the
ground) Team Safety Officer TM2 James Anderson. Attending to the left gun are TM3 Jose
Arzuaga and GM2 Adonis Glass. On the right gun are GM2 jeremy Pilkenton and Team
Leader TM1 (SW) Valentino Brown.

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It was only last year that the Marine
Corps Half Marathon and 5K Freedom
Run made its debut in Jacksonville,
but the event is gaining in popularity -
certainly in terms of the more than 1,500
runners who showed up for the event
Saturday morning. The second annual
event tested the speed of most runners
who faced high humidity and a new scenic
route before crossing the finish line at
Metropolitan Park.
Navy Band Southeast played patriotic
music in front of the Veterans Memorial
Wall next to Alltel Stadium as participants
stretched and went about registering and
ensuring they had plenty of water. After
the Blount Island Command Color Guard
presented the colors, the NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department 40-mm Saluting
Team fired their guns signaling the start of
the race.
While the event did not draw any big,
recognizable names in the field of running,
two out-town runners took first place in
the male and female categories. Andrew
Begley, a native of Albuquerque, N.M.,
placed first in the men's division with a
time of 1:09:11.
"I entered this race because I am train-
ing for the Marathon of the Palm Beaches
in December and need to acclimatize
myself to the Florida humidity," explained
an elated Begley. "The race as a whole was
great. 1st Place Sports and the Marines
did a great job."
For first-year law student Kathryn
Cavanaugh of Columbia, S.C., winning
first place in the women's category was a
dream come true. Through the punishing
13.1-mile course, Cavanaugh had one goal
in mind.
"I was nervous, but I wanted to win this
race," she said. Cavanaugh crossed the fin-
ish line with a time of 1:29:11, 36 seconds
ahead of last year's inaugural winner J.C.

,Gary Mirth, a retired service member,
stretches in front of the Veterans Memorial
Wall before the beginning of the 2005
Marine Corps Half Marathon. "I train at the
NAS Jax Fitness Center," said Mirth. "The
facility is awesome and it enables me to work
out in a wonderful environment."

Cmdr. Cheryl Rogers of Naval Hospital
Jacksonville receives her registration package
from race volunteer Betty Daugherty of
Nease High School ROTC.
Also participating in the event were run-
ners from NAS Jacksonville and NS
Mayport. CSCS Allen Johnson, leading
chief petty officer of the NAS Jacksonville
Supply Department was one of them.
"This event is for a great cause and I
want to do my part," Johnson said prior to
the race. "Also, this is going to be my
first half marathon and longest com-
petitive distance. It will give me an
opportunity to test my physical fit-
Johnson crossed the finish line with
a time of 1:52:52.
Another base runner in the event
was fitness instructor Cecile Hardsell
of the Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department, who completed in the
event with a time of 2:32:07.
"I decided to run this half marathon
two days ago," Hardsell explained. "I
did fairly well in the Gate River Run
and think I can finish this run."
According to Staff Sgt. Will Price,
Marine Corps Recruiting Station
Jacksonville public affairs officer, the
Marine Corps Half Marathon was cre-
ated to give North Florida an event
that will hopefully evolve into a pre-
mier running venue.
"The Marine Corps prides itself on
hitting the pavement. Therefore, we

See MARATHON, Page 9

A big bang from the NAS Jacksonville
Weapons Department 40-mm Saluting
Team guns send runners on their way
at this year's Marine Corps
Half Marathon.

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The two mascots of the second annual Marine Corps Half Marathon, Gunny (left), and J PHOTOS BY '
Maggie's Drawers, pose for the camera while waiting for the runners to cross the finish line. MIRIAM S. GAMLET H
Attending to Gunny and Maggie's Drawers are Lance Cpis. Jeremy Saenz, Mathew Duatlz and
Mathew Simpkins of Marine Corps Security Force at NSB Kings Bay, Ga. Retired Marine Corps
Capt. Walter Gibson and his daughter, Karen Crouch own the two bulldogs.


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wanted to bring a top notch running event to Jacksonville -'
for everyone to enjoy," Price stated. "Our goals are to raise
awareness about the Marine Corps and raise funds to help '
put children of service members killed or injured in action Frrain
"Ultimately, we would like to see our event reach the
caliber of the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington D.C. ce

brother or sister," he added.
anWith less than 1,000 feet to the finish line, BM2 Theresa Davithe Corps, explained the evolution of the as of MIUW 207 waves happilynual race.
"A group of retired and former Marines decided that it
Maggwould be nice to have oan event the.mat showcased the Marine rtocsshef

Attproeeds go to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship are Lance Cpls. Jeremy Saenz, Mathew Duatz andd," he
Macontinued. "Thimpkins of Marine Corps that Security Force at NSB Kings Bay, Ga. Retired MarineeCorps
membCapt. Walters k i ed or badly injured in action aCrouh own the two bulldogs.rded an

opportunity tobn attend college."
"We are very grateful to our many sponsors, especially,
Coastliwarene Css about the Marine Corg and Development afund Floridahelp
Radiaput children Oncology fo r their $20,000 ankille d $5,000 or i njured in action,
"The race wois a success becautose of 1s t Place Sports. Their
calibesupport of the Marine Corps M arathon in Washnding organizationD.C.
Atis seconds to none," remarked Price. "From registration's little

Reand postiredng thMare results. 1st PlChris Rodatz, a 30-year ven there."-
an of the Corps, will win ined 2006? That ise evolutionrely upof to the local race.BMC Wayne Welch (foreground) and EN1 Terence Accura, both of the NAS ax Boathouse, receive their Marine Corps Half
"A gners. However, both Price and Rodatz, sadecided that they Marathon completion medals after crossing the finish line.
hopulde to raise the barve and make the annual event that showcased the Marineg as
"Wthe Gapresented our idea to the area commander and the Run.

NAproceeds go to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Welfare Department Fitness Instructor finishes the Marine Corps Half Marathon member Laila Capers crosses the fish lin
confirst half marainued. "Thisn is my first that chi me and Cecille Hardselrv i s elated as as she crosses with a time of 2:38:52. and completes the second annual Marce
meI'm glad to cross the finjureish line," said thare finish line. orded anCorps Marathon with an official time of
Johnson. 2:41:49. "My legs are hurting really bad,"to attend college."
exclaimed Capers after the race."We are very grateful to our many sponsors, especially,
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NAVSUP announces 2005

holiday season mailing dates

he Naval Supply Systems Com-
mand's (NAVSUP) Postal Policy
Division, in cooperation with the
U.S. Postal Service and military postal offi-
cials from all of the services, notes it is not
too early to mail your 2005 Christmas
cards, letters and packages to and from
military addresses overseas.
In fact, everyone is encouraged to beat
the last- minute rush and bring holiday
mail and packages to the nearest U.S. Post
Office, Army/Air Force Post Office (APO),
or Navy/Marine Corps Fleet Post Office
(FPO) by the recommended dates listed
For military mail addressed to APO and
FPO addresses, the last available mailing
dates to ensure delivery are:
Parcel Post Nov. 12
Space Available Nov. 26
Parcel Airlift Dec. 3
Priority Mail, First Class cards and
letters Mailing date is Dec. 10, to all
locations, except for locations starting with

ZIP 093. For
all locations
starting with
ZIP 093 the
mailing date
is Dec. 5.
Mail Dec.
19 to loca-
tions where Express Mail service is avail-
able. Check with your local post office to
determine which APO/FPO addresses can
receive Express Mail. Note: This service is
not available to" ships.
For military mail from APO and FPO
addresses, the mailing dates are:
Space Available Nov. 18
Parcel Airlift Dec. 2
Priority Mail, First Class cards and
letters Dec. 9
Express Mail Dec. 21 from APO/FPO
addresses where Express Mail can be
accepted. Check with your local military
post office to determine if they can accept
Express Mail.
Note: This service is not available from ships.

Zoo Spooktacular
Volunteers are needed for the Jacksonville
Zoo's 17th annual Spooktacular Fall Festival,
which runs Oct. 21-23 and Oct. 28-31. During
August and September, help is needed prepar-
ing for the event including artwork, set construc-
tion and painting. During the event, help is
needed with pumpkin carving Oct. 20 and Oct.
27. Volunteers will also help pass out candy,
assist with rides and serve as costumed actors.
For more information, call 757-4463, Ext. 176.
Dignity-U-Wear volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a charitable organi-
zation that provides new clothing to needy indi-
viduals and families is looking for volunteers.
DUW and the NAS Jax Chapel have formed a
partnership to assist military families that
became victims of Hurricane Katrina. The vol-
ume of clothing coming in and going out of
DUW on a daily basis has escalated. The
organization desperately needs more volun-
teers Monday through Saturday to help sort the
truckloads of incoming clothing and then pack
this clothing into boxes for distribution to the
area chapels. For more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email pmcdonald@

Docent volunteers needed
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Docent Corps needs you! Volunteers are need-
ed to dedicate one morning each week to give
school tours. The Cummer Docent Corps pro-
vides an invaluable service to the museum and
to its visitors. From monthly training lectures to
the finished tour, docents use a combination of
important historical information and good humor
to bring works of art to life. If you are interested
in volunteering, please contact Susan Gallo by
phone at 899-6006 or by e-mail at sgallo@
HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for
various construction projects. For more informa-
tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529, Ext. 253.
The HabiJax Home Store also needs help coor-
dinating donated materials and furniture. Call
Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc.,
serves Green Cove Springs, Orange Park,
Middleburg, Keystone Heights and Penney
Farms. Volunteers are needed Tuesday through
Saturday throughout the year to help out. For
more information, call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen
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One common trait of the Pozin family is their abili-
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returning guests, said matriarch Jean Pozin, half the
founding team of Nathan and Jean.
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Columbia College offers

free classes to Katrina victims

By Staff
Columbia College Jacksonville is
now offering free tuition for up to
six credit hours for accelerated on-
campus classes to assist interested stu-
dents displaced from Gulf Coast colleges
and universities in the aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina.
"We will do everything possible to
accommodate displaced students and
assist them as they continue their educa-
tion," said Columbia College Jacksonville
Director Pete Baker.
Since the fall semester is well under
way, students are encouraged to enroll in
the eight-week session that begins Oct.
24 and ends Dec. 17. Students enrolled in

FCCJ holds open houses
From the Navy College Office
lorida Community College at
Jacksonville (FCCJ) will be sponsor-
ing a series of open houses and infor-
mation seminars to highlight different col-
lege programs.
The Aviation Center of Excellence at
Cecil Field will be holding open houses
Oct. 11 from 5-7 p.m. and Dec. 13 from 5-7
p.m. The event will provide career infor-
mation for prospective students in the
fields of aviation A&P (mechanic), aviation
maintenance management, aviation opera-
tions, professional'pilot technology and
avionics. These fields can lead to jobs as a
ground or flight instructor, aviation main-
tenance management, or the skills needed
to become an air traffic controller or air-
port manager. For more information or for
reservations, contact Judith Strickland at
A criminal justice open house will be
held at North Campus Oct. 6 at 6:30 p.m.
and will highlight the police academy, cor-
rections officer academy, criminal technolo-
gy, and the A.A. (university transfer) in
criminal justice. Contact Stephanie
Mervin for reservations at 713-4814.
The Advanced Technology Center will
host a computer programs information ses-
sion Oct. 20 at 6:30 p.m. to cover Cisco

eight-week accelerated classes with six
credit hours have full-time status, pro-
viding them with federal financial aid
options. The school will also waive the
admission fee.
"Columbia College offers displaced stu-
dents considerable flexibility because of
our accelerated eight-week classes,"
Baker stated.
The college also continues its long-
standing policy of returning tuition to
active military, guard and reserve stu-
dents who must withdraw from classes
due to military deployments.
Displaced students interested in learn-
ing more about attending Columbia
College should call (904) 778-9769.

and career info seminars
CCNA and CCNP, computer integrated
manufacturing, programming, database
technology, networking, IT management,
and web development. They will also con-
duct a bio-technician information session
Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. Topics covered will
include bioinformatics, biomedical engi-
neering, biomedical equipment, and
biotechnology laboratory technology. For
information on either program, call Lance
Wallace at 598-5676.
Construction, Occupational Health &
Safety/Environmental Science, Drafting
(CADD) and Industrial Electricity
Programs will be reviewed Oct. 27 at 6
p.m. in the advanced technology center.
More information is available from
Amanda Scott at 633.5945.
Finally, the Automotive Programs will
hold an open house Nov. 3 at 6 p.m.
Programs of study include automotive
service management technology, dealer
specific automotive (GM-ASEP), collision
repair and refinishing, service, and heavy-
duty truck and bus mechanics. Additional
information is available at or by calling 633-8334.
For more information on any FCCJ pro-
gram or field of study, call Bob or Opral at
771-3979 or stop by the NAS Jax office
located within the Navy College Office in
Building 110.

What determination can do

A FCCJ/military
success story
From the Navy
College Office
AD2(AW) Juan Loja
grew up in Cuenca,
Ecuador, high in the
Andes Mountains. Loja's
mother felt he would have
more opportunities to suc-
ceed in the United States,
so at the age of 14, he came
to live here. Loja did not
speak English and immedi-
ately had to take English
as a second language class-
es upon entering school.
Although he struggled, he
When he graduated from
high school, he worked as a
parking attendant for two
years before a friend talked
him into joining the Navy.
His first assignment after
basic training and "A"
school was in Norfolk, Va.

AD2(AW) Juan Loja
From Norfolk, he made two
deployments and received
his next assignment to
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment
While in Jacksonville,
Loja decided to continue his
education. After speaking
with a Florida Community
College at Jacksonville
(FCCJ) advisor, Loja
learned he could apply his

military training toward a
degree. Meeting his aspira-
tions was closer than he
had imagined. Loja decided
to pursue an associate in
arts degree with the possi-
bility of transferring to a
four-year institution upon
This December, Loja will
graduate from FCCJ with
his degree. After that, Loja
plans to attend Florida
State University where he
will major in criminal jus-
When asked to list some
of the highlights of being in
the Navy, Loja said, "becom-
ing a United States citizen,
serving my adopted coun-
try, being able to continue
my education, and bringing,
my father to the United
Loja hopes to go into gov-
ernment service when he
graduates from Florida
State University.

College Transfer Fair coming in November

From the Navy College Office
Are you working on your associate of
arts degree and getting ready to
transfer to another Florida institu-
tion for your bachelor's degree? Florida
Community College at Jacksonville is spon-
soring a College Transfer Fair at the fol-
lowing locations:
Nov. 8
8:30 -11:30 a.m. North Campus
1-4 p.m. South Campus

Nov. 9
8:30 -11:30 a.m. Downtown Campus
1-4 p.m. Deerwood Center
Nov. 10
8:30 -11:30 a.m. Downtown Campus
You can talk with representatives from
state and private universities and learn
how to use, the State of Florida
advising Web site. If you have any ques-
tions, please see either Bob or Opral at the
FCCJ office located within the Navy College
Office in Building 110 or call 771-3979.


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From the Navy College Office
Coastline Community College and
University of Maryland University
College now have a representative
at NAS Jacksonville on Monday and
. Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Navy
College Office.
Coastline Community College and
University of Maryland University
College are SOCNAV schools and offer
rating-related degrees as part of the Navy
College Program Distance Learning
Partnership program.
Coastline Community College maxi-
mizes college credit for military experi-
Up to 40 credits, two-thirds of the
degree may be awarded for military expe-
rience. Residency is only 12 credits.

Coastline Community College has several
majors to choose from General Studies
or pick from 20 rating-related degree
majors. For senior enlisted, taking the
maximum credit for your Navy experience
could mean as few as seven courses to
meet your AA rating-related degree.
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learning, Web-based courses, with five
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departments are encouraged to
be a part of this year's
Haunted Woods Challenge and are
eligible to win money for their MWR
funds. This year's event will be held
Oct. 28-29 from 7-10 p.m.
This is the 16th Haunted Woods
event at NAS Jax. In the past,
Haunted Woods attracted more than
3,400 people. It is a safe alternative
for children on Halloween. A walk
through the woods of NAS Jax can
conjure up many scary scenes for a
child and it attracts children of all
ages. The cost is $1 per person and
all profits benefit the Youth
Activities Center.
Entry Information
Scenes are limited due to space.
Individuals cannot enter the con-

Commands, departments, or
squadrons provide a scene with
props, script and personnel.
Command will be assigned a
space along the path by Youth

Activities Center personnel.
Set up and prop building begins
on Oct. 24.
Scenes must be staged by 5 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday nights.
To prevent duplication of scenes,
have several choices planned. The
first command submitting an idea to
the Youth Activities Center will be
awarded the scene.
Scenes will be judged both
Prize money will be awarded
after clean up on Monday.
Prizes are: First-place $500, sec-
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To obtain an entry form, email Entry forms
are due Oct. 17 by 5 p.m. MWR
reserves the right to approve all
scenes, props and scripts. Call 778-
9772 for additional information.

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MWR Planner
Mission First, Sailors Always

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

Fitness Source
Monday- Friday, 5 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays, 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Base Gym
Monday Friday, 5 a.m. 9 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Holidays, 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
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 I.TT trips or ticket prices
please call 542-3318.
Jaguar tickets for all home games are on sale now
(Section 229, $43). Catch a ride for $10 on the I.T.T. shut-
Dudley Farm, Micanopy & Cross Creek
Oct. 14
Includes the Dudley Farm, Marjorie Kinnan Rollins
home site and shopping in Micanopy.
Mule Day
Nov. 5
Hitch up the wagon for a mule parade, events and shop-
Charleston Deluxe
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 E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
At.The Zone
Open to all NAS Jax
Guess how many game
Guess the right number of candy in the jar and the
candy is yours!
Atlanta weekend trip and Six Flags
Friday through Sunday.
Prices to be announced.
Call 542-3491 for details.

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.
Reef & Beef
Tomorrow night, 6:30 p.m.
All you can eat. gourmet beef and seafood buffet.
$17 per person.
Call 542-3041 for reservations.
T-Bar Social Hours
Monday Friday, 3-7 p.m.
Reserve Drill Weekends, 3-7 p.m.

Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Crash (R)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Rebound (PG-13)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (PG-
Oct.14, 7 p.m. House of Wax (R)
Oct. 21, 7 p.m. Honey-mooners (PG)

Safe Powerboat Operating Course
Class 1- Oct. 15-16
Class 2- Oct. 22-23 A LL
$40 / person ALL
Contact Mulberry Cove

Who Can Give You A

The 2005 NAS Jax Chief
Selectees prepare to depart
the staging area for the 2005
g Selectee Tournament at the
NAS Jax Golf Course Sept. 7.
The tournament fielded 164
players,100 caddies/selectees
and was the most animated
event in years.

Photo courtesy of MWR
Marina to register and pay for the class.
Every Thursday- free kayak/canoe rental for active-duty
For more details, e-mail

Friday night events are for ages K-17. For more informa-
tion on the Youth Center, call 778-9772.
Movie Night
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.
Cookie Bake Off
Yellow Water Youth Center
Tomorrow, 6-8 p.m.
Haunted Woods
In the woods near VP-30.
Oct. 28-29
$1 for adults and children.

For more information on the golf course, call 542-3249.
For information on Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Navy's 230th Birthday Scramble
Oct. 13, 9 a.m. shotgun start
$35 entry fee, includes golf, prizes, lunch and compli-
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Cheerleaders pass through

Photo by 101 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson greets Dallas Cowboy
Cheerleader Megan Fox at the NAS Jax Air Terminal Sept. 28. The cheerleaders made a
brief stop at NAS Jax on their way to NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to perform USO
shows for the Sailors and Marines stationed there. "We're always glad if we can bring a
little happiness into the lives of Sailors and Marines stationed overseas," Fox stated.

From Page 2

worn is something we can
control safety.
It is important for some-
one to supervise events to
ensure everything is going
well. I don't want to see
their names on a mishap
report. It is 'also the respon-
sibility of the Sailors doing
the work to let the supervi-
sor know of discrepancies.
With the steps in place we
can apply the principles to
have some control over the
outcome. The goal in this
case would be a properly
working and safe electrical
panel. The risk would be
minimal, because we have
taken enough precautions to
reduce the chance and
severity of electrical shock.
Unless we're unable to
find the proper tools, equip-
ment or knowledgeable peo-
ple there would be no
unnecessary risk. Without
the right people and tools to
do the job we would have to
use our best judgment in
determining whether or not

Will you be eligible for E8 in fiscal year 2011?

From the Navy
College Office
According to Nav
Admin 203/05, con-
tinuing education
will be essential for all
Sailors to master a wide
range of competencies need-
ed to operate in increasing
more complex and unpre-
dictable war-fighting envi-
ronments; deal with dra-
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NavAdmin 203/05 re-
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Steps to a rate-related
The Navy College
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personal Service members
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a column to the right of
classes and/or CLEP/DSST
exams that need to be com-
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While credits from Navy
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need to take some college
courses to complete their
degree and meet residency
All Sailors, regardless of
their educational plans, are
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DSST where applicable,
before receiving command
authorization for tuition
assistance (TA).
Even if command authori-
zation is given, the Navy
College Office education
specialist is the final fund
authorization agent and

may deny TA if the
CLEP/DSST exam should
be taken first. Sailors must
be counseled regarding
applicable CLEP/DSST
exams for their program.
NCOs are going to deter-
mine if a Sailor is eligible
for TA based on the avail-
ability of a CLEP or DSST

applicable to the requested
course for the degree they
are pursuing.
The Navy wants to ensure
Sailors use all avenues
available to complete
degrees in a timely fashion.
The up-tempo of today will
continue, which means time

is a critical commodity for
the Sailor.
The Navy College Office
Jax is located in Building
110 on Yorktown Avenue.
They are open from 9:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Their phone
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Make it a top priority
the risk is worth the out- be helpful after the problem
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Photo by Kaylee Larocque
Typing ICE before your emergency
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From Page 1
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Bob Brotchie of the East
Anglian Ambulance
Trust in Cambridge,
Brotchie, suggested the
idea to his superiors
after learning that nost
accident victims usually
carried no next of kin
contact information.
The ICE campaign was
officially launched in
England in April 2005,
but became more promi-
nent after the July 2005
terrorist bombings in
London that killed 56
people and injured hun-

dreds more.
Today, the idea is
catching on throughout
the United States. It only
takes a few minutes to
program your ICE con-
tacts into your cell
phone. Those few min-
utes could mean the dif-
ference between life and
"When I first received
an email about the ICE
System, I immediately
went home and sat my
family down so we-could
all program-our cell
phones with emergency
contacts. I really think
it's a fantastic idea," said
NAS Jax Police Sgt. Dion

"And, from my job
standpoint, if I found
someone out jogging on
road who had a heart
attack and only carried
their cell phone, I would
definitely look for that
emergency contact num-
ber on their phone after
calling 9-1-1 and trying
to save them," he contin-
"The benefits of spend-
ing the time to program
ICE into a cell phone
greatly outweighs the
benefits of not doing it.
It's something that not
too many people know
about and needs to be
put out to the public,"
said Williams.

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sorship for fiscal year 2006 special events and
programs. Your efforts will support NAS Jax active
duty service members and their families. Your compa-
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Childbirth hypnosis classes offered

By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville is now offer-
ing expectant moms
a unique method of relaxed,
natural childbirth called
This technique uses hyp-
nosis, which has been found
to be effective in eliminat-
ing the fear and tension
that causes pain in
According to Lt. LaDonna
Sampson, certified Hypno-
Birthing educator and divi-
sion officer for the
Antepartum Testing Cen-
ter, "Using the Hypno-
Birthing method is a way
for the parents to have an
active role with their preg-
nancy with an alternative
in pain management. The

patients are not actually
hypnotized, but are placed
in a state of relaxation by
their partner. This method
allows for a safer, easier,
more comfortable birthing,
although emphasis is
placed on both pregnancy
and childbirth."
Hypnotherapy reduces
the need for chemical forms
of pain relief. For many
moms who wish to mini-
mize anesthesia, this alter-
native method of pain man-
agement during labor and
delivery provides improved
pain tolerance. .
Expectant mothers also
gain a sense of control for
managing anxiety and
physical discomfort.
Further, hypnotherapy has
been found to reduce
birthing complications and
promote a rapid recovery.

HypnoBirthing classes
are now forming.
Reservations are being
accepted for the January
2006 class for patients who
are due to deliver from
March through June 2006.
It is presented in five class-
es each 2.5 hours long.
Classes will be held at
Naval .Hospital Jack-
sonville Family Practice
Clinic Conference Room
from 5:30-8 p.m. and limit-
ed to 10 couples. Free
books and CDs will be pro-
Participants will also
have an opportunity to tour
the Labor and Delivery
Deck and the new Maternal
Infant Unit (MIU).. For
more information, call 904
542-BABY (2229).

YARD OF THE MONTH: New program

initiated in NAS Jax base housing.

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thinks the program will
help instill a little friendly
competition amongst neigh-
bors. "These families have
taken the pride of owner-
ship in their homes,"
Herbert said. "After the
Navy cut the funding for
the housing self help pro-
gram, we thought a pro-
gram like this might give
Navy families a little extra
motivation to spruce up
their yards."
Lucky for NAS Jax, peo-
ple like Collen Harper are
here set the example.
Harper, along with her
husband, HM2 James
Harper, received one of the
awards. "There was nothing
when we first moved in,"
she said. "My husband and
I wanted to fix the place up

a little so we decided to do
some planting. We've been
pleased with the results so
Tonya Renfoe, wife of
AE2 Ken Renfoe, spends
two to three hours per day
working on her award-win-
ning yard. "I have a passion
for landscaping that always
keeps me busy," she said.
"The competition in the
neighborhood is intense."



* The Yard of the Month
Program awardees received
prizes such as a letter of
appreciation from the com-
' manding officer, gift certifi-
cates and a grill. The pro-
gram is scheduled to con-
tinue through the late fall
and will resume in the
spring. For more informa-
tion on the program, call
housing at 542-2996.


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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
commodore @
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-
Storic riverfront gardens, view the
.museum's Masterworks collec-
tion and special exhibitions and
experience Art Connections, the
museum's hands-on education

center. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
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
motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly
get together at the Dairy Queen
on Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more
information, call 269-5369 or
The Castillo de San Marcos
in St. Augustine is looking for
individuals with an interest in
history that would like to be a
part of a living history group.
The group, which does interpre-
tations and reenactments in St.
Augustine, needs volunteers for
their cannon and musket firing
programs. For more information,
call Joe Brehm at (904) 829-
6506, Ext. 232.
The Clay County Chapter
1414, National Active and
Retired Federal Employees
invites all retired and currently
employed federal employees to
their Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. at the
Orange Park Library, 2054
Plainfield Avenue. For more
information, call 278-4750.
The Jacksonville Area
Supply Corps Association is
sponsoring a golf tournament
Oct. 14 at noon at the Bent
Creek Golf Course. All money
raised will benefit the National
Supply Corps Association's
Scholarship Fund. For more
information, call Lt. Cole Seibel
at 542-1157 or email
cole.seibel @

The fourth annual
Horticultural Extravaganza
known at GardenFest 2005 will
be held Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Duval County
Extension Office, 1010 N.
McDuff Avenue. The program,
"Show Case of Plant Societies,"
will include talks and information
on herbs, roses, African violets,
camellias, flower pressing, land-
scaping with accessories and
other interesting topics. For
more information or to make a
reservation, call Roz Speglevin,
at 272-6599.
The Company "B" 4th
Assault Amphibian Battalion
"Iron Gators" will hold a
reunion with Marine Corps
Bravo Company during the
Marine Corps Birthday Ball Nov.
19. For more information, visit or call 542-
The St. Augustine Art and
Crafts Festival is Nov. 26-27
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
special events field near the
Visitor's Center. For more infor-
mation, call (904) 823-9703.
Cecil Pines Adult Living
Community, located on Cecil
Commerce Center, will be host-
ing its annual Antique Car
Show and Open House Nov.
12 from 10 a.m. 2 p.m.
Refreshments and a fun house
for kids will be available. All
donations will benefit the
Alzheimer's Association of
Northeast Florida. For additional
information, call Barbara at 771-

National Make a Difference

Day set for Oct. 22

Make a Difference Day is an annual event that
takes place on the fourth Saturday of every
October. This year's event will be held Oct. 22.
This year's Make a Difference Day activity will be a
Book Wrapping Party to compliment our A Visit from
Saint Nicholas project. Each book will be individually
wrapped and presented to nearly 5,000 third, fourth
and fifth grade students at the 15 challenged schools
that have been selected to receive a visit. While A Visit
from Saint Nicholas targets students in grades Pre K
through second grade, this Make a Difference Day
project will ensure that all students in these schools
receive a special gift.
If you need more information or would like to volun-
teer please see the contact information below.
When: Oct. 22, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Midtown Center, 2055 Reyko Road
Contact: Faythe VanPelt at 398-7777, Ext. 1.15.

FFSC offers educational

and support programs
The NAS Jacksonville Fleet and Family Support
Center (FFSC) Life Skills Education and Support
Program is the foremost preventive measure for
the avoidance of personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes are free and available
to service members and their families and Department of
Defense civilian personnel aboard the base.
Pre-registration is required. If special accommoda-
tions or handicapped access is required, please notify
FFSC upon registration.
The following workshops are available in October:
Oct. 12, 9-11:30 a.m. What a Difference A Dad Makes
in the Life of a Child Workshop
Oct. 25, 9:30 a.m. noon Child Support Issues
For further information or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

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State Vehicle Sale Allows Residents

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$80 Title Transfer Fee Regardless Of

Credit, Income Or Employment History.

ORANGE PARK, FL The statewide Title
Reassignment event that has been held in
other Florida cities for years is now sched-
uled to take place in Orange Park for the
first time this upcoming weekend. The sale
is designed to allow residents to purchase
vehicles from the state sale with just an $80
title transfer fee and have payments of just
$129 per month or less.
Since these fees go directly to the state,
no consumer can be' refused
from participating in the event,
regardless of -their credit,
income or employment history.
"This is an incredible oppor-
tunity for anyone considering
the purchase of a pre-owned
car, truck, minivan or sport util-
ity. They're shipping us over
two hundred vehicles. And as
with any of the statewide sales,
all of the vehicles are offered
equally to all Florida residents,
regardless of their credit histo-
ry, income or employment.
Every vehicle will sell for just an
$80 title transfer fee and every Y f
payment will be $129 per
month or less," said Bryan
Fraser, sales director of Coggin
Pontiac-GMC of Orange Park.
Coggin Pontiac-GMC of Orange Park
has contracted to hold the event. The
store's associates will be on hand to assist
and process paperwork for anyone wishing
to attend. The inventory will be shipped to
the store starting this Thursday and the final
shipments will arrive on Friday.
Over two hundred vehicles will be avail-
able during the event. The scope of the
vehicles encompasses many different
makes and models, from Hondas, Toyotas

and Nissans to Fords, Dodges and
"All of the inventory hasn't arrived yet,
but I've seen a manifest. We're all pretty
excited here because of the types of vehi-
cles that are on the way. Chevy Silverados,
Ford F150s, Toyota Camrys and Corollas,
Accords and Civics. If you can imagine it,
it's probably on the list. And the mileages
that are listed are incredible. These vehicles
are basically cream puffs,"
said Fraser.
This event will allow all
Florida residents to purchase
one of the many vehicles for
just an $80 title transfer fee.
All payments will be $129 per
month or less. And since the
nature of this event is a State
Vehicle Title Reassignment,
consumers absolutely will not
be refused from purchasing
during this event. Some situ-
ations however may require
supplemental fees.
"An $80 title transfer fee
and payments of just $129
per month or less depending
77' on the length of finance con-
tract and amount of down
payment on select vehicles. Absolute
guaranteed approval regardless of your
credit, income or employment history. Yes.
It's absolutely true and I'm glad we're the
the dealership that gets to bring it to the
Orange Park community," finished Fraser.
Interested consumers should stop by in
person to Coggin Pontiac-GMC of Orange
Park located at 7245 Blanding Blvd. in
Orange Park. Also, if you are interested in
calling, please call the toll-free hotline num-
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Intramural basketball
meeting slated
This meeting will be held
Oct. 12 at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 conference room.
The league is open to all NAS
Jax active duty and selective
reservists. The season is
scheduled to begin in
November. All interested per-
sonnel should attend the meet-
ing to discuss rules and to get
the required paperwork to join
the league.
All Navy wrestling
tryouts are Oct. 20
Rob Hermann, All Navy
wrestling coach Rob Hermann
is conducting wrestling tryouts
Oct. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the NAS
Jax Gymnasium. Tryouts are
open to all active duty Navy
personnel. Wrestling equip-
ment and attire are not neces-
sary and weigh-ins will not be
conducted for the tryouts. Sign
up at the base gym.
Tennis tourney
coming up Oct. 24
A men and women's open
doubles tennis tournament will
be held Oct. 24. The tourna-
ment is free and open to all
NAS Jax authorized men and

women. There will be a men
and women's division. Matches
will be played at the Guy Ballou
Tennis Complex. Call NAS Jax
Athletics to sign up by Oct. 21.
Greybeard basketball
meeting is Nov. 10
A Greybeard basketball
meeting will be held Nov. 10 at
11:30 a.m. in the Building 850
conference room. The league is
open to all NAS Jax active duty
and selective reservists ages
32 and up. All interested per-
sonnel should attend the meet-
ing to discuss rules and to get
the required paperwork to join
the league.
Navy Southeast
Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Attention competition run-
ners. Represent U.S. Navy in
5K, 10K, marathons and/or
triathlons? The U.S. Navy will
showcase elite active duty men
and women in regional races.
Uniforms are provided as well
as transportation, entry fees,
and lodging costs. Interested
runners must compete in a
sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners
Clubs of America) race 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, contact
your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualify-
ing times:
5K Men 19:00
Women 24:00
10K- Men 34:00
Women 46:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30
min., Women 4 hours
Triathlon- Men 2 hours, 30
min., Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K
swim, 10K run, 40K bike
Sports officials and
scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military
Officials Association is looking
for individuals to officiate soc-
cer, softball, football and volley-
ball at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers
are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse
Beach at 771-1333.

For more information about
any of the sports articles, call
Bill Bonser, sports coordinator
at 542-2930/3239, email or visit

Sporting events on ten TVs
plus spotlight game on our two
center stage 10 foot big screen
Food and drink specials featuring a dozen
wings and a pitcher of draft beer $10.95

SJoin us from 4pm to 7pm on
Thursday, Oct. 13 to celebrate the
Navy's Birthday. FREE hors
d'ouevres and 50 cent draft beer.
We welcome photos, patches and
memorabilia from your squadrons to
personalize the room.

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Intramural Fall
Volleyball Final
Team Wins Losses
VP-30 5 0
HS-5 4 1
AIMD 0 6
Greybeard Fall
Softball Standings
As of Sept. 30
Team Wins Losses
AIMD 3 0
FASO/Weps 1 1

VP-30 0 1
Intramural Fall
Softball Standings
As of Sept. 30
Team Wins Losses
VP-16 3 0
VS-32 2 0
AIMD 500 2 0
HS-15 1 0
VS-22 1 0
Naval Hospital 1 1
VP-5 1 1
VP-30 1 1
VP-62/NAR 1 1
AIMD 600 0 2

HS-5 0 2
HS-11 0 2
Students 0 2
WRTC 0 2
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Team Wins Losses
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Wildcats 2 0
Prowlers 0 1
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Announcements air Housing Actwhich Rea state NO BANK.Remdeled NORTHCREEK -4/2.5 room $490,000.904-3772111 $79,900 decks Mtn Call Mr. Bradley 8741862 Mark 90-279-100
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Clubs and advertise any prefer- For Sale 307 anMaro Burgundy Dr S. $146,900 tile firs, lots of upgraes, BRAND NEW Jon's Creek paved rd, ez to finish,THOUSANDS
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110Happy Ads gin or an intention, to 296GeorgiaMiscellaneous Only $67,900 Listings upgrades screen- mountain top building CALL 291-3100 LHMREASTATE.COM
15Lost and Found make any such pref- 300Avondale/Ortega BEAUTIFUL 3/2. on Irg 80 74. 8124 x43 A2/2TH/NewSummer roomjoins preserve site a top the Cumber-
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145900/976 Services dians, pregnant women 315Arlington $439,900. FSBO 443-7755 No money down House. E. of A5A in PVB. dN3 1ntknowf4t.ia nin gito
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tn327DownownServiceBrokeragein Citrus Co. 4thlotin pool&lake, assumable upfront! Call John
an r gr i al nt n r A Full from Homosassa River. mortgage. 904-780442 Friedel today for more
120 Notices estaIte hich is in vio- 330Beaches MustSell. $67.900w HnaA s i/ rsea a info. 904.737.0144-
1 oe nation of the law. Our 332Middlebuu eListingsC800-749-8124x1903 NEW HOMENOVIST WWC22lthe2ief.cBm AnasctasCansland-iBeau- Hasa a/rap wil. iE
Shann0ereaders are hereby d334KeystoneR eights/ 1352 SF 3/2 ...$139,9008 -condo8$1848900 Perm o ts3in0h 9nd$ for3 c l c a
tyawF of informed that all Merose FRUTownhome- 3 Foreclosuie (904)529992 877-346-7827 904-824-7123/705-6429 dock w/boat lift. 370 Lots for Sale .
Lansing J. Roy P.A. dwelling advertised in 3 DON BROWN REALTYo ngk Call 352-628-5632 $34k 270111R5
391-0030 this newspaper arei 338 OrangePark/ Must Sell! 2br, Onlyo 34k O AauK (ac #1 HOME ER
available on a equal Clay county Listings 800-749-8124 345 SPRINGTREEoom. 270-1121 OR 571-7177 A Inercoastal home In y new or repo.
opportunity basis. 338 Baker County AFFORDABLE UALITY PONTEVEDRA -2/2.5 TH4 345 Na sa HM t clanu 5 GEat ePA ( a
NEEDA LAWYER? O com plain of dis- 339Putnam County nv c. $104,00 o.t a 1y 3 5 H-mes offWlaned e G. Binding. 759- 2657 3us
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800-733-5342 24 hrs. n u m b e r a t 3BR2BA1649SF. OT VERA HOMr Buyer Rep. 8776381010 5 one PTONC Ap/c eential
1-800-669-9777. The 344St Augustine Beach A3BR Foreclosure. Ft. From the $150's. 3/2 $76k! For Listings largeoaks, pasture lawny o mwr mcwvsAcreage4
toll-free tel phone 345Nassau County Caroline Only $43,900! A cia oo ir x5 partially fenced. 2004 y 5 F rCo r
The Morale, number for the hearing waterfront Listings 800-749-8124 x5569 Ask about Special 800-749-8124 x5 Double wide model 4/2 Ceramic Shower CARONA LAND Wow Save or Sell
Sai m p a i r Oe d i s 3SCondominiumso PRICE REUCEo 355 Condom/2bth.iniums Allrge(904) Ga 22-0222 acres, pond $83,990
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220Public Sales aState 2565culdesc, lRet) 54202w/over34/6312623 1600sf. Com- w/wet bar fireplace 4 Bedroom2Bathroom Value More Than 100K
Navy at Naval Air 366 Manufactured Homes in & out $289K. 3806850 2786005 pletely updated w/An 325k 904-79194 Setup On L2 Acres FORS By

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sponsorship for fiscal 375/Farms/Acreage Colony Cove, sec syst. CRC-057161 port school & bses. FOR SALE s, E -4455 tys Dr.

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year 2006 special $475,000. 9044124851 acksonville, FL 3207 Asking $349,000. 3/2 2003, Db lot Callahan Area
eventsanpollcams/.PPOTUd 382 Retirement Comm. apt. 06052 OWNER-r $3kobo. 349-
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Duty Ser Avice members ernandina 35 Miscellaneous Marsh Creek, $219,500. 5/3 h Callah/Grand rea ABLE TO OWN -lkenew $135
and their families. Your 294MAKETHEM 3/2 DW on I v lot, each.
company will market to 390 Real Estate Wanted W/warranty. 743-3698 sr cea$6507nt

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Lover 25000 base t7921 GalvestonG Ave 2/1 All Li3t-KET S 389 32/2 re open fIg lot, $135,t eac $m-nM 0
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/lake 3/4 ac. 2800sf 3/3 7 or 845-2930a vies. 261-2612
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Real Estate
for Rent
400 Apartments
405 Apartments
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/
445 Storage/Mini-
460 Management/Rental
455 Wanted to Rent

405 Apartments

S3BR 2BA FP Huge
S Patio cul-de-sac
1t Appliances, 2 car
garage, CHA 1450sf
Great schools, Less
than 10 miles fro base.
$1150mo 600dp/nego-
t Baymeadows 2/1,
w/dprlv fenc'd yard ,
$670m0 904-260.9143
HUD Vouchers Accepted
SNewly Remodeled Large
1, 2, & 3BR's, Very Nice!
CALL (904) 751-1510
Murray Hill newly remod.
2/1 ch/a, wd hu, hw fir,
fpl. $795mo. 591-7503
Northsilde Octorber Rent
Fest $250 moves you In
certain restrictions
apply. Pelican Pointe
f t Lg0 B2&3 BRt

l/ba c599oe. Speciall!
$10mo App-. Feel

NR DWNTWN Houses &
duplexes, clean with CH&A,
Call Bob 343-1380
*i m lr.i $540Backto
S2School Special
S 2 BR Available,
-- Ashley Park
S(904) 757-0240
R'side 1/1 washer/dryer,
ch&a, hdwd firs, off st.
parking, alarm, water
ncL $625mo. 399-4797
R'SIDE on St. Johns Ave.
Nice Large 2/1, hwdfls,
ch/a from $685 389-1717
& 2 BR Spedal r r .1
\ CALL 39"5492
W'slde 2br Duplex ch&a
w/d hu. no pets $600mo
+dep lyr lease 504- 1810
W'SIDE Newly renov 1 &
2 Br's on Ortega River.
quiet n'hood on site
mgr, nr public transp.
$50 & $600. 904424- 3402

410 Condominiums

Luxury 2/2 condos
w/balcony & all
amenities $1550-$1850/
mo. Call Al at 631-2669
2/2,1313sf ,w/d,fp,S'slde
lakefront "The Lakes".
S $1050mo 545-7931
S 2BR2BACondo,
t 1350 sq.ft. New
apple. & AC. Small pets
allowed. Call 591 9556

scrn patio. tans. 3plp.
pool. alrm. i3cuzI.
S1095 731-7668
"1 2 14I 0SI 311 nF O1?IC
iaI, i] 5ro. 505.36.26
Beach-Free 1st month
3/3, 2035sf, free cble. net,
alrm, swr & gaS. Gar,
bch club & FP.Across St.
from ocean.$2200mo.
568-0484 or 280-3858
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
Condo For Rent 2/2. gar,
beautiful private
community, centrally
located.Call Tracy
Condo For Rent.
l 1 New, $1,150.
NI l Natured Hideaway
3/2, w/d, pool 6106
Maggies Circle Bdg.
#13, Unit 107. Taylor
Washington 696-5565
FLeming Isl. Plantation
Luxury, T.homelsty.3/2
Just $1195mo. 655-6607
Fleming Island 3/2.5
Townhouse, amenities
Call 866-3684
3BR, refurbished,
fenced yard, attic,
large rooms 10
min. from base. Must
see.Tim 912-729-8904
MANDARIN -Williams
Walk 2/2, gated, resort
amenities 886-0609
OWS 3/2 new, gated,
p.ool, 1st fir, nr. Bay
Meadows/San Jose,
$1150. 276-3986
Nature's Hldeway 3/2
Q 1157sf,waterfrnt,gated
Condo, near NAS, full
equip kitchen W/D

NEAR UNF & BCHS, $900m
2/2+gar, new, W/D
gated, Amen. 233-3102
S Upscale Condo with Pool!
3BR 2BA Updated Kitchen
I CALL (904) 242-0411
OP 3/2.5 New TH gar,
w/d. Free rent 3ml. to
NAS, 5260 Collins Rd.
#1505. $1095m. 904-687-6105
ORTEGA -The Venetian.
3/2, $1450mo. boatsilp
,avail, 251-5103
new, 3/2. gated, 2
pools, tennis & fitness
.ctr. cble/int, wtr, trash
inc w/rent $1275
PALENCIA/Gated, 1st fir,
2/2, den, ammen $1195m.
904- 823- 8899/233-9587
Palm Coast Luxury 2/2
2282 H/C, Car gar, 55'
boat slip, Contact Chris
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410 Condominiums
Palencla-Brand New 3/2
granite counters, ch&a
prkg, amenities. $1350.
+dep. incl. cable, hi-spd
net, water. 904-315- 2042
links. 3/2. + gar, pool/
fit, $1375mo. 233-2303
PVB/Ocean Unks Gated
1/1 w/view. Fum/Unfurn
$1100m. 904-422 4343
Rlverfront/Lakewood 3/2
All amenities, great view,
$1950 mo. Call 349- 4144
2/2 dwnstrs, wdhkup ,
scrn. prch, kit equipt,
fpi, $1075-+mo dp 731-8888
Southbrook Waterfront
Fish off dock. 1BR.pool.
$700mo. 722- 8003
SOUTHSIDE-11I Villagio
2/2.5 lake view, all
appi, J1200m. 759-7498
10/7 call 904.280.2367
Ir 3/2TH, gar, scr. lanai,
$1195m+dp. 726-1665
S'SIDE/Tinseltown Be the
1st to rent. II Villagio 3/2,
all appi, $1250. 276-2966
S'Slde- 2/1.5, newly
renovtd, all appi, CH/A.
patio. $825mo 992-2020
S'slde-new 3/2 gated,
pool viewgranite.
$f150mo. 631-3663
New Mounted and
S | balanced P235,
70R17. Dyna Ped. 4
@ $130 each. Call
Waterfront w/boat sllip
close to NAS Jax &
weight room and more.
WESTSIDE luxury 3/2.5
w/gar,all a pp, 1546sf,
$1200mo. 695-4911
W'side-New 3/2, W/D,
gated, 2nd fir, pool, &
ark. $1100mo, $200 sec
Close to 1295 & NAS JAX
Call Tammy 553-8219

415 Houses
4 Furnished

1/1, 1164sf, $175/wk.
SOUTHSIDE 1/1 home
util's incl'd w/d access
$650/ $200 dep 504-2176
48R/2BR Large
patio, enclosed
auto-garage. Fenced
around 3 miles. NAS.
$1300 Deposit. No pets

420 Houses
U Unfurnished

Amelia Island-$19SOmo
3/2.5, water view.gated
comm.,Pool,tenn. 415-0822
ARGYLE 3/2, car gar,
appis,fpl.fncd yd.
$1200+dp. 229-9461
ARGYLE 3/2.5 TH, w/d,
fpl, very clean $850m.
AvI Immed. 759-0418
Sunroom w/Spa. Refs. $1195
CALL (904) 778-2897
ARL -new 3/2, 1 car
y ar.wdhkup $1100mo +
ARL -Sutton Lakes, off
Atl Blvd., 3/2, $1195mo.
Ig fncd bk yd, 613-4420
3/1.5 1314sf, $1200mo.
Avondale 4/2.5 ch/a
garage, hw, fenced yd,
sunrm, updated kit/
bath, pets neg. $2250.
904-379-0855 PCS

eatend unit
TH. 2car ar, 2100st, SS
appI. 42" Cab., fplI, scr

Eagle Harbor 5/3.5
Waler, Woods. Golf
3200 sf/$2100 1 Sept
410 271-9845/48
Femrnandlna Ocean View
3/2 House, balcony, pets
ok, $1300mo.352-475-3797
SEleant- Modern
I j3BR,21/ ba, dbl-car
garage, 2230sf
stucco house, Aacre,
demo-end St. In St.
Mary's Rent $1450, buy
$315k 729-7643

420 Houses
4 Unfurnished

Off US 17, new home 3/2,
1950sf, 2 car gar.,
kitchen eqpt, fncd yd,
387-4151 or 781-1339
Aug. community. 4br.
$1350mo. 916-479-3626
Hickory Lakes
3/2, Lakefront.
1660sf, garage w/d.
Lawn service
included. Pets nego-
tiable. $1450mo. Call
ICW/Kerman New 4/2
3cgar, patio, lakefrnt all
apple 2200sf $1550m+dp.
Pets Ok. 904-463-1507
iCW-3/2, 1500sf, Deck
w/pond viewNew appi
& crpt.$1200mo. 334-8038
ICW 3/2 Exec hm in
Windsor Park $1675 Inc
lawn 223-8906 Iv msg
ICW Brand new house
4/3, lake view 2000sf.
Short term avail. $1650m
+dep. 904- 866-1431
ICW -new luxury.
3000+sf, 5/3.5, on lake,
total upgrade, $2000mo.
Short term or RTO avail
damage. 4/1 CH&A. Lrg
fncd yrd. Mkt value
$100look Just $60k 9512
Sisson Dr. 877-477-1034

1 car gar avail 11/15 $950
Condo, 2/2 tons of comm
amenities avail. now. $1200
Nice 3/2, w/ carprt in popu
lar area, avail, now $1200
JTB & HODGES area 3/2,nice
fenced yrd, avail now $1195
1/1 CONDO, avail now many
amenities, great area. $795
4/2. close to beaches,
shopping, schools
avail10/15, $1350
Dames Pt.area 4/2, avail.
now $1375
Lovely 3/2, avail now near
schools/ beaches, $1195
2/2 condo, gated avail
now.cute and clean.$930
Beauty off Ft.Carollne.
custom 3/3,over 2300 sq.ft.
avail. $1900
3/2, off Merrill Rd.
avail. now. $1095
3/2.5, 2 car gar.1900 sq.ft
avail now. $1650
4/2.5 lovely home avail
now approx 2000 sqft.
Orange Park area,
2008 sq.ft. $1295.
Large open/airy home, 3/2,
backs up to woods, nice.
avail, now. $1400
Lg.3/2, on lovely pond,
close to schools/ shopping
avail, soon $1300
221-1711 OR 241.5501

Jax Beach-3/2,
623 2nd Ave. S..
$1000mo. 708-9984
M Kingsland 4/2
Remodeled inside
and out. 7 miles
from sub base.
New appliances. $1015
per month. Quiet area
Lake Asbury-Brand New
3/2. lots Ot upgraaes-
272.0757 or 38o 5081

wood firs, updated,
Fireplace, pool
LlOOmo. 737-2542

A Magnolia Pt.
Golf & CC
3/2, 2 car garage.
Beautiful home on
course. Cul-de-sac, all
appliances. 2200sf
Gated security. Large
yard 847-946-0251
MAND-2/1, W/D,Lg yard,
newly renov $950mo,
no pets. Call 288-8185

8136 Great Valley Trail11035 Sante Fe St. N
3/3 1192sf $875 3/2.5 1432sf $1025

9314 Prosperity Lk Dr11474 Kimberly Forest
3/2/2 1845sf $1145 3/2/2 $1292sf $925

8086 Timberpoint
3/2/2 1441sf $995

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

8347 Staplehurst
4/2 1452sf $1085

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

1548 Bayside Lane
3/2/2 1900sf $1095

1870 Twin Peak
3/2/2 1432sf $975

523 Kevin Drive
3/2 1800SF $1025

590 William Penn St
3/2 1500sf $950

9263 Whisper Glen
4/2 1450sf $1025

7349 Bunker Ct
3/2/2 1485sf $995

1260 Winding Brook Ct
4/2 1465sf $1025

2915 Biloxi Trail
3/2 1315sf $950

ICW 1828 Shannon Lake Dr
2810 Mooresfield Ln 3/2/1 1096sf $825
4/2 1676sf$995
1/2 Off First Months Rent 1863 Sherwood Dr
S -.............. 3/2/2 1280sf $795

2522 Carson Oaks
4/2.5 1989sf $1150
2554 Carson Oaks
4/2 1886sf $1145

758 Mackenzie Circle
4/2 1745sf $1195

420 Houses

MAND 3/2, fpl, lake, good
area, porch, 2car gar, no
pets. $1125m. 737-5791
MANDARIN 3/2, $1075MO,
2000sf, clean and ready
Bryant Realty 272-9395
Mandarin-3/2, 2200sqft,
Avail. Nov 1st $915
Call 886-9106.
ionkg 3/1, $950mo, pets
ok. 388-9903
New Constr. 3BR
2BA/2 Westside
Fen. Yd+scr. porch.
$1275+ sin. pets ok
Avail 1 Nov. or ASAP
call 264-9501, 463-5499
NR AIRPORT -Brand new
home, 5/3, aprx 2900sf,
$1300 904-881-0933
N'SIDE 2/1 AC frIg/stv,
carpet $450mo + $250
dep. 707-1594 after 7
wkdays, all day Sat -Sun.
O.P. -3/2, gar. remod,
great area, $850mo
NO Dogs. 708-3278
O.P.-4br LR fam rm,
2ba, off dBlanding,
$900 mo 269-0103
Oadkleaf New 4/4, 2800sf
on Lake. 2car. $2600m.
No pets, Will consider
short term. 509-2878
Oakleaf Townhome,
3BR,2.5Bth.,/Gar. $1100.
Will consider short
term. Call 509-2878
OP/OAKLEAF 2400sf, 4/3,
cov. lanai, awesome
open plan. $1475m+sec.
904-505-3942 Perry/Kim

OP-3/2 brick, CH&A.
W/D,Fenced Yard,
$975mo + dep.742-1466
OP 4/2 2000sf, new
home, $1350 mo
Maxxumn R.E. 699-0393
OP 4/2-Inground pool,
2 car gar, W/D,
will rent furnished or
unfurnished, $1300
OBO.904-622- 9732
Officially reassigned.
OP-Cottage waterfront

w/ dock3/1.$985mo.
Call 269-8955
OP SOUTH -Like new
3/2, 2 car gar, 1320sf.
$1100mo. Call 859-9603
Ortega 3/2.5 townhome.
2 story, garage, 1729sf.
$1175mo. 904.370.0426
Sawgrass, 2/2, gar.
golfers $1200mo. Refs.
dep. 280-1077
car gar, comm pool/ten
$1275mo 352- 514,1848
1600sf $1350mo. Ca I
904-829-9387, 237-0146
PVB/Sawgrass 3/2 +2c
gar. comm pool, lawn
care $1895. 214-402-9496
Remodeled 4/2 CH& A Lrg
fncd yd $975/mo 3436
SoutelDr 877-477 1034
S'SIDE/Drayton Pk ly/o
2/2.5 TH, all appi stay
scr prch $1000. 646.4120
Irg3/2TH, gar, scr lanai.
$1195m+dp. 726-1665
S'side-3/1 $600. Nr
Comm .College Call
Rose Marie or Lucas
407-380-1756 or
S'SIDE 3/2,fpl, 13nal
w/lakefront, lots eO
upgrds. $950m 424 1658
S'slde-3/2, Lakefront.
great location &
amenities. $1200mi0
dep. 646-4 3 76
St. Aug/Vilano Bch 4 or
(2 masters)3 5 bath
Brand new nome
Beach access & public
boat ramp ft away.
StJohns 2000sf, 4/2/2,
Cimm. G&CC, owner
hanoled yard. $1600mo
230 9597
St. Johes Co/Heritaie

orm WCV. 3,'2. 3000sf.
on I ac. short term lease
ok. $2100mo 940-1507
StJohns CR210, new 5/4,
3 car tar, 2800sf, $2100m
4 St. Marys 3/2.5
story FP, huge
SI deck, pool, tennis,
ball courts all fees
paid, 1680sq.ft $950
month. 673-7424
573-5254, Sugarmill
ST. NICH -Brand Spankin
new home for rent. 3/2,
$1300mo. 571-4790
$0 DOWN! Call
RTO hotline 384-0856
2109 Hyde Park Road
3/22184sf $1100
(904) 730-8060
W'side-2/1, CH& A.
fenced, garage, $600mo.

W'SIDE 2/2, w/d hkp. Ig
yd w/strge shed. Av/
immed. $725m. 759-0418
Wslde-2352 W. Justin Rd
3/2, CH&A, Culdesac.
$975mo + $600dep.
Call 781-2117
w'side-3/2, CH& A,
2 story, 1 acre. $800mo
W'SIDE 3/2 MH, CH/A,
priv. lot on cul-de-sac,
apple, possible LTO,
$690m+dp. 904535-2999
W'SIDE 3br Houses
CH&A, w/d hkp frig,
stove, 904-384-5833
W'side-4149 Edison Ave.
3,1. CH&A.550mo
$550 dep Call 945-5493
W'side New 3/2.5
Twnhm I car
\garage Near NAS
A 999 /d
(305)301.-2728 or
SIDE NEW TH's near
NA5 Rent by 10/05. 25%
Oisc. 1st mnlh. 631 2351

425 Manufactured

MIDDLEBURG -2/1.5, lac,
SW, new pnt/ cpt, no
pets, smokers, $550
WS 2br w/shed, on dead
end street off 103rd.
$500m/$500dp 338-6422
W'side-2/1, fenced yard
$375mo. +$300 dep.
Call 981-9011
Wside-2/2, no pets,
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responsible F to share
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N/S. Apply at 2144
Rossele St. Ask for Mr.
Allen or Mr. Taylor.
No phone calls.

710 Industrial/
i '.U Trades

for Commercial Con-
struction (Res). Great
Co with Competitive
Pay and Excellent Ben-
efit Pkg. Must have Exp
& good Drivers license.
Apply 1445 W Church
St. TB Landmark
Mechanical is a drug
free EOE 5980099 or fax
resume 598-0039.

Is hiring Ironworkers
In town work available
Must be experienced
and have tools
CALL (904) 838-9283
heavy collision exp a
must Exc benefits.
Must have own tools
Arlington Body 743-1222

Exp. req'd. Dependable,
Licensed &ins. Best Pay
in Jax. Steady work. s
SGreat opportunity
L 904-388-1217
CARENTERS- with exp
wanted. Top pay Valid
Fl drivers license pre-
ferred 813-610-8581
W'side. Argyle, OP area
Tools & transp. a must.
Call 759-2875
Needed to start immed.
Call Rob 904- 635-2053
SON NEEDED. Good pay,
sign on bonus 384-3733
ERS for residential
framing. Exp a must
Argyle area. Paid vac &
ho twkly pay, FT. Call
OP/Argyle area,
w/tools & transp.
Call Karen 904-777-S775

Form, Frame & Finish.
Tools & transportation a
must Top pay, benefits,
paid holidays + scalion
Call Max 800- 693- 7838
inm total building laout
w/transit & level
commercial work form.
trim & drywall.
ahile you learn Top
Pay & ene
DFWP, HS Diploma &
Transp. a MUST.
Call 387.5935
Resp. for all aspects of
bus., manpower, proj.,
est. Must have exc.
communications skills
w/customers & staff.
High enthusiasm. Only
long term applicants
need apply. Vac., Ins.,
Profit Sharing. Fax res.
781-8387 or Ph 781-8388
Clay County Utility
Authority has an
opening for a Class "C"
Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator licensed
with the State of Fla.
None others need
apply. High school
diploma or GED
required. Starting pay
15.09 hr. with excellent
benefits. EOE and drug
free workplace. Send
resume to Clay County
Utility Authority, 3176
Old Jennin s Rd.,
Middleburg, FL 32068
Attna Humart
Resources or e-mail
r e s u m e t o
PERSONNEL for local
concrete co. Transpt a
must. Call Dianna

Now hiring Electricians,
Mechanics, Supervi-
sors, Estimrnators
Project Managers.
Electrician rate
$15-$19/hr Great Ben-
efits, FEAT. Ins., 401K
Sign-On Bonus-Long
work. EOE Call Greg
Wolf (407) 857-6133
tial work in Ocala area.
9 yr. project All the
houses you can rough
or trim. 401K. hIth
insurance. 352-748-4868

7 Industrial/
710 Trades

Top pay benefits Local
job sites commercial
work Immediate open-
ings. 861-0041 DFWP
Summit Electrical
Electronics Electrical
Maintenance tech
FT skilled in controlled
circutr to trouble-
shoot electric induc-
tion furnace & other
industrial plant eqpt.
Call 358-1849 for appt.
Salary negotiable

TOR Top pay for exp'd
individual. Full benefits
package. Call John or
Must have transporta-
tion. Exc pay! Benefits/
Bonuses. Hardworking
reliable people only
Call 636-0707.

earn up to $750/wk,
Valid FL Drivers Lic a
must. Will train. Sign
on bonus / exp only.
904-781-0081 James
Full Time Position.
3388 Philips Hwy,
Jax, FL 32207
Mon Fri 7:30am. 4pm
Benefits: M/M, Life,
Vaca, Paid Holidays.
Must be: Self Motivated,
able to read blueprints,
make die sections,
operate the following
machinery: Vertical
Mill. Surface Grinder
Control Press and
Lathe. CNC experience
ax or e-mail resume
Or phone for appt.
Part time also available.

needed for progressive,
team oriented vinyl
fence manufacturer.
Above average starting
salaries, 401 Medical/
Dental insurance, paid
vacation. Responsi-
bilities consist of
maintenance of
extruders and related
auxiliary equipment to
minimize production
downtime. A strong
mechanical, electrical
and instrumentation
maintenance back-
ground is a must.

The ideal candidate will
posses at least five
years of Industrial
Fax resume 904-421-3308
or e-mail to:
or call 904- 421- 3307
PAINTER- Residential
Custom re-paints.
Tools & transportation
required. Drug & Alco-
hol free only. 242-0100

PAINTERS 3 years
FOREMAN 7 years
min commercial
painting exp. req'd. FT,
own transportation req'd
Verifiable refs. DFWP. .
S. David & Co. 636-7788.

& REPIPERS for busy |
repair shop. 288-9003

Must have transpor-
tation. Office 285-4788
after 5pm call 334-5559
CALL 724-1637
needed for Rest equip
repair. Good pay/ ben-
efits. Call 260-0857
needed. Exp only.
Call 724-1637
TRAINEE Bobcat Operator
CDL $14/hr/benf
262-9985 EOE
Greater Jax area.
Exp req'd. 877-634-4639

712 Mechanic

AUTO TECH Busy S'side
/Arl Auto Repair Center
seeks ASE Cert. tech
preferred for engine
repair, diagnostic &
brakes. Earn top dollar,
paid holidays, bonuses
& more 904-80~e0808
exp. & mechanical
skills. Top pay for top
techs 904-779-5777
TECH exp'd with have
Class A CDL with
Hazmat endorsement.
Exc benefit pkg. Call
John or Rick 786-6710
TECHS exp'd with
extensive hydraulic,
electric & trouble-
shooting skills. Must
have Class A CDL. Exc
benefit pkg. Call John
or Rick 786-6710
Call Jimmy 777-0735
MECHANIC Auto/Truck.
Gas/Diesel. Good
startingpay w/ ben-
efits. Call 904-695-7045

713 Legals
2 Attorney Law Firm
Seeking Exp.
Legal Secretary/Para-
legal for Civil Practice.
In the Baymeadows
Area.Fax Res 737-0920

714 Insurance

Exp & 220 or 440 lic req.
Top salary & benefits.
Permanent position
Fax 354-4328 or email
Experience Required.
Work is on Amelia Island
Call 904-277-2949

715 Management/

"Aviation Fuels
Manager and
Hawthorne Services will
be bidding for the fuels
contract at NAS Jack-
sonville and is seeking
management and
operating personnel.
Experience in Fuels
management a must.
Equipment mainte-
nance and Navy fuels
training helpful.
Resume to: Info@haw-, HSI.
PO Box 61000, Charles-
ton, SC 29419. HSI is an

handle all office &
maint functions for a 60
Compensation inci
apartment. Call
778-1424 or 629-8393


The FL Auditor General is
seeking Auditors for the
Lake City office. Appli-
cants must be a FL CPA
or meet requirements for
taking the FL CPA exam.
Starting salary is $37,104
or commensurate
w/level of ex. Excel-
lent Employer Paid Ben-
efits Pkg. EOE. Call
850 487- 9178 or visit


A National Company With A Local Character

Interline Brands is a Jax. based international direct
marketer & distributor of plumbing, electrical & HVAC

Downtown Corp. Hdqtrs has immediate need for
detail- oriented individual w/min 3 yr A/P exper & 2
yrs Supv exper. Position requires adv knowledge of
acctng principles, some vendor contact, fast &
accurate computer data entry/10- key skills and good
math aptitude.
As a pref'd Jax employer, we offer good pay &
benefits, free parking, 401- k match, tuition plan,
on-site fitness +. Fwd resume w/salary history to:
Fax 904/680- 3612, e- mail to View opptys at., EOE, DFW

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A weekly look at the automotive market

Land Rover's brand-new platform for the 2005 L

Land Rover LR3:

Rich & Bold
By Dan Scanlan
on't call this a Discovery
Land Rover's new mid-
range vehicle is simply called the
"LR3" in the United States, maybe
since the Discovery of old had its
share of quirks and foibles.
The brand-new platform wears a
distinctive skin that echoes the
Disco of old, yet moves up-level like
the new Range Rover. And it is
nothing like the original, says Land
Rover spokesman Larry Rosinski.
"It was important to continue
down the path we had set with the
Range Rover to preserve all the
excellent off-road credentials, but
make a vehicle more relevant with
stronger street credentials,"
Rosinski said. "We needed to make
a vehicle that had a wide breadth
of capability among the best off-
roaders in the industry; comfort-
able and accommodating in daily
The new LR3 has grown up, with
13.6 more inches of wheelbase than
the 2004 Discovery, an extra inch-
plus in width and 5-plus inches in
length. It doesn't stand as tall in
the saddle either, losing some of its
tippy look. And while the two-box
shape of the Disco is echoed here,
it's a finer cut of clothing with bits
of expensive-looking Range Rover
Our Tonga Green 2005 Land
Rover LR3 HSE shows a three-bar
grille framed in jeweled multi-ele-
ment square (Range Rover-like)
headlights. The squared-off front
bumper's black outer edges house
inset fog lamps and exude a rough-
and-ready feel, as do the black
fender flares. The six-spoke alloy
wheels wear Goodyear Wrangler
P255/55R19-inch radials.
In a nod to the Range Rover
clamshell hood, the LR3 gets one,
its fender shutlines integrated into
a channel that ends at the front
marker lights. The LR3's flanks are
almost flat save for chunky black
door handles, while the rear side
windows rise up into the roof for a
"Discovery" look and added head

wears a distinctive skin that echoes the Discovery of old, yet moves up-le


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Dan Scanlan/Special
The LR3's second row sits higher, and access
is easier than the Discovery's, thanks to a
longer door opening. All second-row seats
flip and fold for added storage, or jacknife
for access to third-row seats, which also sit
high under the higher roof.'

room in back.
The overall look is modern and
minimalist, with lots of Land Rover
cues and a clean shape. Fit and fin-
ish was very good.
Inside, a chunky and purposeful
interior greets safari trekkers in
black over tan with a pewter plastic
accents, black rubber floor mats
and more than 60 buttons and
knobs. Firm-but-flat tan leather
captains chair with three memory
presets for its eight-way power
adjustments face a leather-clad
steering wheel with stereo and
cruise control buttons. The padded
dash top shades a 140-mph
speedometer in the middle, gas and
temperature to the left and 8,000-
rpm tach to the right and a Volvo-
like luminescent green trip comput-
er display underneath. -
The blocky dash center hosts a 7-

-midsize four-door sport utility vehicle
$49,330 (As driven -$53,245)
fuel injected alumrrium V-8
300 hp at 4,000 rpm
315 at 4,000 rpm
s;x-speed automatic
113.6 in.
190.9 in.
75 4 n.
74.5 in.
40.4 in.
42.4 in.
40.4 in. '
37.6 in.
40.1 in.
36.3 in.
9.9 cubic feet/44.5 with 3rd row folded/
90.3 with 2nd and 3rd row folded
up to 7,716 Ibs. in low range
5,796 pounds
22.8 gallons
14 mpg city1l8 mpg highway
A mountain goat with manners and room,
for lots of friends.

inch color touch-screen LCD dis-
play for satellite navigation and a
unique real-time off-road screen
that shows wheel travel, body
height, front wheel direction and
which mode the Terrain Response
system is in, plus differential set-
tings. Big rubber knobs under that
control dual-zone a/c, with separate
controls for multiple vents for the
second and third rows. A switch on
the steering wheel allows the driv-
er to use verbal commands to
adjust climate control and the
superb 14-speaker AM-FM-six disc
harmon/kardon stereo, answered in
a suave British voice if you like.
From the driver's seat, the view is
commanding, especially if you tap
the paddle that raises the suspen-
sion to a full 13 inches of off-road
travel in back. Tap it down for on-
road, or for a low-low height for
ease of exit. The glass moonroofs
above get mesh sunscreens. There
are tons of nooks to store stuff, plus
11 cupholders, two glove boxes and
a center armrest top that folds back
to become a tray for second-row
The 4.4-liter V-8 is derived from a
Jaguar engine, with 300-hp V-8 and
85 percent of its torque available at
1,500 rpm. That's 83 more than the
2004 Discovery's, connected to a
six-speed electronic automatic
transmission that can be shifted
manually to 60 mph in 9 seconds,
working to do it and passing power
was only adequate. The LR3's thirst
for premium fuel was an average

Dan Scanjan/Special
evel like the new Range Rover.
10 mpg on our 1,300-mile-old test
Unlike other products built under
Ford's corporate banner, the Land
Rover LR3 didn't get plopped on an
existing platform. It's brand new,
with hydroformed side rails and an
integrated body.
The result is a rigid frame with
independent air suspension that
provides a decent highway drive
with no mushiness, and less body
lean and tippiness.
The LR3 also has up to 10.6 inch-
es of ground clearance, as well as
13 inches of rear wheel travel
thanks to adjustable suspension. It
can ford up to a 28-inch-deep
stream without flooding. The real
trick is the Terrain Response sys-
tem, which controls the four-wheel-
drive system via a center console
knob next to the suspension, Hill
Descent and low-range switches.
The basic four-wheel-drive setting
is fine for most off-road use. Switch
it to "grass and snow," "gravel,"
"mud" "rock crawling" or "sand" set-
tings and it controls vehicle ride
height, three differentials, traction
control, Hill Descent and Dynamic
Stability Control.
The LR3's base price is $49,330,
with standard V-8, six-speed auto-
matic transmission, permanent
four-wheel-drive, 2-speed electronic
transfer gearbox with variable-
locking center differential, 19-inch
alloy wheels, disc brakes with ABS,
air suspension, dual-zone climate
control, leather seats with power
adjustments up front, cruise con-
trol, power windows, harmon/kar-
don AM-FM-6-disc CD hanger and
satellite navigation system with
voice control. Options include the
$1,050 cold weather package, $950
rear climate control and $1,250
rear-seating package, for an MSRP
of $53,245.
Bottom line a much better-
built, better-handling on-road SUV
that can really hold six adults and
really go off-road with them far
off-road. And it looks just as
British, although not so gawky as
the Discovery.
Dan Scanlan test-drives new vehicles on Northeast
Florida's roads, averagingpabout 200 miles of combined
highway and city traffic during a weeklong test. The
test vehicles are provided by the manufacturer accord-
ing to their schedule, and represent a broad spectrum
of sizes and prices. The prices listed are manufactur-
er's suggested retail prices. A longer version of this
review and past reviews can be seen on's "Autos" link.

Dan Scanlan/Special
Inside the LR3, a chunky and pur-
poseful interior greets safari trekkers
in black over tan with a pewter plas-
tic accents, black rubber floor mats
and more than 60 buttons and
knobs. The blocky dash center hosts
a 7-inch color touch-screen LCD dis-
play for satellite navigation and a
unique real-time off-road screen that
-shows wheel travel, body height,
froni wheel direction and which
mode the Terrain Response system is
in, plus differential settings.

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chrome. Gara -79 New petion Navigators. BMW Z3 '00 FORD EXPLORER '96. (904)317-7157 CHEVROLET BLAZER 00 speed new clutchb Extended cab, $1959.0 777-5500
$11,000obo8b8-2325 F. 150"s$150 AT66KMilesGolnStyle tires like new, alarm. UNCOLNTOWNCAR St#F531 $9988 upgraded sound black, tint. power
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2003etrl 200R4-Clean low BMW 3 3.0 2002 Auto, Ford Explorer XLT rior cloth interior. $1995obo. 339-1892 CHEVROLET TAHOE LS '03 after pm 725935 miles $12, 3 ans/Buses
818Classic stage one 4 mileage, includes Loaded, Very clean, 6cyl 99 4WD, tow hitch Retail $2875 Askng St#6125A $17,988 912-729-7474
kitextra seat other torque converter Engine 0788371-4728 all maintenance $2695OBO 3, Che Wagon288TO M BUSH AUTOPLEX 37174 & JEE N
extras $17.5K ONO. and shifter cable. $575 ..L' rec'ds, excellent (904)241-4811 Great hody and Good condition. GMC SOMONA '00 Ext CHRYSLER TOWN &
H- -7811704/C. 4777879 BMW Z4 2.5 2004, ror. t, $8300. 612-70737K ml great con- COUNTRY Loaded
372-0543/-275126 x 9526 25 cond. 111k miles. $5200 inter ,re. CHEVTAOE'01 3 edition must sell very like newY6989. 771-9100

L wkma pKm k Xeno ol Lmiles, neg. 904V69 -CD9051 MAZDA PROTEGEet 'on-02. suspension. 20"erf0 $900hee as h, $20k OBO 716-0072 fast$6975. Call 3789-77 00
SHARLEY SOFTAIL TRANSMISSIONS- Certified $31,988 371-4728 904- 69l9048 Chrome alloys. sunroof exhaust. Needs water hoards4beautiful$15,990 ouad Cab ST4X4Topper ,02 Chryler Town &
/ CUSTOM 'IO90s & professionally rebilt. $169mo wac. 899-5820 pump. $500 each. Ken Load ed $8,4997-,o0 GMC YUKON pXL Denali *eret
carb, 10 pistonsn, Starting at $389. Free BUICKLESABRE LTD'97 FORD TAURUS 9 729-6421 04. Immaculate TV b Cou tryLS
-+extras. $6,OO0obo. towing Install, in house lownr, 82kmi, fully Ided. SE Loaded Automatic Very , Mercedes C230-'00 CHEVY BLAZER 01 Dod RVD loaded, must sell '.J)' Maroon Excellent

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Faal 90 rODdEct5a9119-Wfinancing avail. 0904-uautnnlFodR a25002,rDeG B 9- $4250obo. 339-1892 Nice$3,9907-5500 NSedan, white with n2dr, autoa only45,000
S912-510-7104.V msg 2723t a he r. Auto- S 1 o-9 '97 V, long bed, quick y. $32.975. 389-7700 4cruisingy minivan

912510710 s 72- 43 BUICK REGAL -'99,x LS, ac]i F r rmaticw/50k mil nees Van runs good, $1850. iloes. $ great AC, newn
HD Road King Classic pwr,snrf, new tires, A/T-Fully EquipedVery Nice Remainder of Mer- 982-5315m AC,AM/FM 2dr $5000 655-0486 45,801 low low miles. 221-5503
Autiques/ $4200 568-1732 $3990 T55s00 cedes 100k warranty. mFeieGT clean $13,000.626-1303 $9890. Call771-9100
CADILLAC SEDAN DEV- Ford2t2 condition. $16,700. 1987,Prject car AR '0 ODGE CARAVA L05
ND So1 2alZ3 ILLE -'99. extra clean Cloth seats 90.4-272-5484 V6,5spdrebuilt I Chev Blazer ZR2 DODGE RAM 1500 PU '04 HONDA CR-VEX'04 FDodG e rCARAV an
tndaU S 49dlack 9n ed'4W oSt#F641 $13,988 St#39B $19,788 1iloedsvery
,ee82 PORSCHE 928 5-SPEED, COLD Ah03-C, LOW MILES rdcb e 4a 5 AC/HeatAM/FM/Cass. engine needs som 97e must sell very

/- KStandardsp FSXTI. 4F -9 B b-i6kmi.$9k obo388-4005748 TOMBUS T74 qc
Lots of chrome, Corvette grill. beautiful Cruise,manual 5 spd, MERCEDES CLK 430 2001 work Black.$1200.00 value, $6100 Ask- TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 quickly $14,945. 389-7700
re ele, cond $10K firm 343.1012 CHEVROLET CAVAUER '04 33000 mils, $6000 269- 3750. Auto, Loaded, Nice Car OB. Call 317.7936 ing $4400. Loaded
srAow minesa150F rm.N 0 EO with extras. Remote DODGE Hond T O
low miles $14500 F7irm. 1957 Buick St#F673 $9988G y-'9, $26,98371-4728 FORD AEROSTA 9. starter PS/PW. Call 1SOOSLT '96 Great on gas; seats Q DODGE OR CARAVAN
1-1 Roadmaster 75 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 3714877 /sp/w. p/I, AC CD MERCURY GRAND MARQIS Very good shape loaded 4316432727506 Long bed 8; extra seats for 99 Green, 2 sliding

4 D13010480.Leather new$reB.'01 32Kmi lthr, silver priced to sell this week. Excellentcond., big families. Ask- ldoorrearAC.22In ,
Engin4,$4700V. Call 99 $195. 897700 CHEVYk 391 man 79xtras.$7200.obo.59AtlanicBlvd 721-5000. C Atlantclvdowner 6416455excellent
D Sportster 79 New Cell 3832292St#F290$9988 7711919 leave msg Extremely low miles. Ca 904- 406-006 730045 8-058 condition $300o.
trans. clutch, batI, tires TOMt BUSH AUTPLE 371-4877 9:a-284-0047 K. Argo
96obo Joe7733777 Chevy Corvette '79 RedGrandM u MERCURY GR MARQU 02 FORD ESCORT 99. Great $5000. Call 771-9100 Dodge Ra DA ISUZU RODEO S CHANCEY SUZU'03KI
98K St#2392A $10,988 condition, must sellCHEVYC15009 N3. Reg129 (Yu-lee 25005LT "96 St#F534 $13,7-8 77
ONDACBR1100XX Ca Jeremy 838-1860 Low m, siverw/bk new tires 30mp TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 need cash $675. 389-7700 lr cb, utomticassatA
Sw2002-Silver, uchromertakICH" top. pwr pkg. $7900 or iD h wr a y, t hi MITSUBISHI ECUPSE GT $4990. Call 771-9100 cond, manr extras
S wheels undertake CHEVY CORVETTE '86FordF50'92-ATAC, $7200. OBO 904 06-0060
corb2125seat tinted needs TLC 1 owner, $99mo. wac. 899-5820 change tires rotated 03 alloys leather seats, $1500 obo. CHEVY COLORADO 05 LOTUS OF JACKSONal 258 w/warr Exc con
eve 5k miles, $2000 CD. blue/blackeather Call 707-839 Crew Cab exc cond DODGE RAMCHARGER i newseats, tires $28,500. 904-868-2906
Call 317-7936 2 hey Corsica '91 $13,995. Call899-5820 loaded, priced to sell 4x4'90. Excellent hunt- transmission
ent d HONDAA D.Low Mitsubish E Ford Taurus '94 fast. $17,975 389-7700 in vehicle, must sell clutch, runs good, FORD F250 '7 Wrk Truck
Hdal1 Chevy Monte Carlo '7$6500 Ru1n s ,cel- Oi quickly $2975.389-7700 needs some restora- w/util. body. Runs gd
One own Beautiful Car $6500 miles reat shape. e AT REGENCY hiteautop/w tion $4500 oboA INGTON TOYOTA
SNew tires el et backtrm 389-5117 $5860 Call 771-9100 C, sunroof, all power, TOM BUSH BMW Aanicvd. 7253060 TOM BUSH 1904-220-5996 Aanc Blvd. 7213000
two wndshds, Cho Choo El Camno '87DA .ne ACCORD '92 good speed 9850 Al4-282564 Blvd 7 2509clean, priced for ime COGG TBlack leYTA AVEtherES
either boots. Call Mats Moving must sell Chevy Corvette 00 Ca 904-652-3386 1, -7700 A AM/FM Jeep Grand NISSAN QUEST'99. Only
904223-6592 $5500.Call aftr 5.874-3777 Coue 7,600i istings0-749-8116 x7327 7700 /CD Power windows Cherokee 1993 78000 miles. $8990
cond.Best offer. 794-5972 Li7 NISSAN ALTIMA'03 ,GMC Suburban'88 he-SIO 1994 4CL locks, seat, automatic Good Condition. Call 771-9100
83731.3000 Mazda RX S83Sspd#F499 14988 Good worktruc Large Rims EtCab $3500729-2724 $4000. 912-729-1469
H o da h d O 2 g a r k e p t m o o n C H E V Y IM P A L A -'0 3 S t# F66 0 $17,988 T U H T E 3-O 27 0-5 334 e C 25K$14 988d w o rkE E RALD Cg eERim sE NISS AN$U EST V AN-'93
roof.AC,1 owner,exc silver, ec0cond. great 4
1100, $0 coed.$3900.904-797-6358 gas mi, $10,500 obo. TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371.4877 NISSAN2ALTIMA99 9042389 5.4- Leather tow LTD -V8E G 44. towingK AT. AC, good transp.
C6-246-9583 HONDA ACCORD EX 97 Low miles 4cyl, auto HONDA ACCORD -'90, A T. Ing pkg, Tonneau pkg, $4500 568-1732 $1500obo. 339-1892
uad 12 umi CHEVYMAUBUO00 Moonroof AllIPower A/T $6980. Call1771-9100 AC 169k mi,$1850. CHEVY510 98 91.000 cover CD pwrokg, JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE- PLYMOUTH GRAND
SuLT2.250 less than odedYleather.$ 7OE Call 725-1368 miles. Great gas saver! garage kept 28,30 J
$5980. Call771-9100 miles, Warranty '97, at, exc cond, VOYAGER-'98,78k mi.
20hrs usedpaid Only $4980. 771-9100 HondaAccord EX green, good cond. HONDA ACCORD '92 710-93535$21,500 $4200 obo 406-2732 1 owner, asking 55k
300 asking 750 ACURA RSX'02Asking $3b476-7120 JEEP WRANLER'04 obo. 777-9353
title availcalI Loaded Very Nice$14.990 hrlerSebring1995vLdAkg3 o74x4,1V08,good FACsORY1
( oSfully loaded blac bodyArutListingsR0E-749-B116rx7327Unlimited A/T 4x48k miles
(912)882-7598 for details 7r7-5500 ./ 2r, hardtop,2.5,V6,T S leather tinted XM P g -All truckmintPon no.th7r
rado00. great condo, Ithr, auto, tool ox, models available & some mint condo $19,9 777-SSOO
Suzukiam- dirt BMW 52SA 2002 Auto, runs great needs front oo ile cd, ac, $6350 992-9197 HONDA ACCORD -LX. 9 $2600 904-265-3729 cars. $300 and up. LINCOLN NAVIGATOR '01 Electric windows &
bikeremuit8topend prekon B k CeAto- p rumpsgeal $9s0 frnt condltaon, e5ketTesa m cold ac, MP3 plyr, cd, 904-291-4646 Luke St#1537A $13,688 locks,6c71, 3.3
kg. only 33k mi. Cert- pump seal $950.00. gara2kept Pontiac Trans Am runs perfect, great on CHEVY SILVERADO -'91,
low hrs $800OBO sed$2%M 371-4728 Call 272-2642/505-3692 104,8819221 '99 Red, leather, gas, $1700 cash i owner, cold AC, bed- FORD EXPEDITION -'03, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Engine, 140k miles, mint
202-8164/476-7694 BMWS5251A 2003 Auto, CHRYSLER SEBRING'00 Honda Accord SE, T-tops. V8, fully 879-0401 434-5220 liner, toolbox, great XLT, wht, tan Ithr, snrf, LINCOLN V condition $2700
Yamaha YZ12S Premium pkg, Xenons. Convt LXI. Low low .02 V6, 6-CD, plae el lt cne $200 cash. $2okeO 3716-i72St#F701 516,988
tIition. New tires Police Inp. $375! Listings 879-0401 434-5220 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Pontiac Montano
to end $2500 obo electric cruise 80004-291-5795 878116x184 20mpg Ford Explorer '02 Extended minivan
04-207-8190 or BMW 5301A 2002, Corvette 1980- $5000 cash burgandy loaded, $11,800 904-8871-54 8EBV8,4WD k NISAN6xM84-005,',
barnescs4kennedy.nav Auto, Prem Pkg, Xenons, only OBO. Call 768.3160,lv msg garae kept. main. C L904l887a1564 / EatV8, 4 42k NISSAN ARMADA 8 m i.99, red, great
Y.mil39kmi$2 371-4728 orseecarat8KerdlR rec S,6MERCURY GRAND'MAR- CHEVY SILVRmiles, leather, rear ,8kmcondition, roof
aPontic Sunfire "98 AT, QUIS LS '92 $1100/ VATReCab,20kmi seat, sunroof, rear $28,900 268-011 rack, new tires and
cond. $Player2great3 best offer. 901-340at condition NISSAN FRONTIER '95 brakes, 75k miles 56300
'02, V6, 6CD, 6CHEVY SILVERADO 'o, $ 0 912- 57.6631 4cyl, excellent gas (904)210-7455
electric, cruise, runs great, new tires, AT, AC, good transp. Ithr, loadedcanopy,FORD EXPLORER -'93, 2dr TOYOTA SIENNA'98
burgandy loaded sun roof, S2300 $1650obo. 339-1892 orig owner, $i1,500 OBO Sport ver clean runs Nlssan Murano SL '03 Very clean $6980
garage ke pertu maNinro. C $ 0 3- 4al 0 9 2wd silver/bsk nthr, pwr Call 771-9100
records. Call 491-7998 Caii233-5548C 716-0072. great. 209-022 seats, moonrf, Bose
Saturn 5L2 '99 120k Great shape $1150 Chevy Suburban '99 FORD F250 XLT '01 stereo, 36K m.T ASN E
Warranty, good Advantage Autos Inc. Low miles,lthr, ex 4x4 Crew Cab 7.3 Diesel $22,500obo 904 610- 87P9 K TOYOTA SIENNA CE & 4
HONDA CIVICEX'O0 cond, $3500 OBO 568-1732 cond.$11,500. 241-8229 Excellent Cond $21,990 NISSANMXTERRA4+4'02 $23,9907775500
then 50k, $9300. 2842893 (904)246-3951CHEVY TAHOE '04 St#1691A $13,588
t 2 Saturn SL-'95, 4dr, SATURNS;L2 -'98, 120k Leather 4x4 Factory War- Ford Ranger '94 4cyl, low TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
4 good condition mi, cold ac Kenwood renty $27,990 T/7-7S00 mi, 30" BF Goodrichtires. RV 3Miscellaneous
HondaCiic $2 or best offr. runs perfect 40mpg, 5spd, great runningtruck. RANGE ROVER -03, HSE, J1,501 Auto
LX-5spd,76Kmas,exc Phone249-5261. 51800 879-0401 A Dining Room Set $290%obo. 545-9720 navi syst, loaded,
carNO AIR, 434-5220 I Woodtable top, 548,900794-7362
runing imaly Go o mcastMneage b lack metal frame FORD RANGER EDGE 04 VEHICLE RETRIEVAL
CA 5 0294-35 4c/992-6877 $5001 POUCE IMPOUNDSI table with four Like new 6000mi, SUZUKI VITARA 03 WENCH -Was on 2.5 ton
SUZUKI AERO SX '03 Cars from $500. Listings cushioned chairs $50 loaded, $14,900 St#2967C $10,988 fi r e truck. $ 895
82 PORSCHE 928 5-SPEED, COLD AC, LOW MILES Honda. Cii c St#BUCF637A $8988 800-749-81165x2529 904-249-9460 904-727-6729 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 912-897-5554
"X5spdmanual TOMlBUSH 5LTOPLEV 171-8,
t.I5mi,excellent run-
080n carNo airS4500 TOYOTA CAMRY '02
Cal24-3564/992-6877 -'I F s $15.188
Police Inpr $3751 Listings
1.6L. ZC Motor,
30,00mi, wings TOYOTA CAMRY LE '01
west body kit. Call StAF6,19 $13 388 ._ = ,
DODGED SPORT Paul 620-9387 '- i,..Ht0.LuEt ,1,3 8,-- 1- IIII ]
1. Convertible StAFE93 $,17.9&3 ACURA BOARD FORD SUBARU OF JAX
4X4, V-8, WITH 89K Tel Te..,HAUT,,'LE 1; I.7
miles 30mpg AM CD TOYOTA COROLLA 0R of Orange Park StABgustB H353-6797 10259 Atlanc Blvd. 721-5000 1800Allanc.Blvd. 641-6455
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98K 41oAu.S,0Mile ,L,sai,, KEYAUDI 1.95N Et129ulee) 225-3673 40S eBvd. 642-4100
Kenmore Washer A L AIT 1..P. Fie,6a,),,,, J ,u.f.l.eB~v, 5654000 GARBER FORD-MERCURY 18a7447aBlandingB3vd. 777-m
DryMatching set $ ,9i7.50
Dryer Mtanding con. Green Cove Spnrgs 2644502
dition..lae modei TOYOTA TERCEL '91 FLOR:ICDSUZUKI
$225 Can deliver StUBUC8532C 158 MIKE SHAD FOB 9
2125 State Road 16 786.1769 TOMBUS'1AuTOPL., .1 8n BENTLEY-MORLANDO At The Avenues LOTUS OF JACKSONVLL 185lac Blvd. 9987111
LEXUS ES300 '02 Volkswagon Beetle www.AantLTRFeCOVL
St. Augustine, FI 32084 eStF724 524588 'I1Moomlleu. yellow.'"Mnrfof 84 rl.dna lrRej]ianlBlvd.fn l2 W.W/OW mportsusamia .C&GOff
TOM 6U.iH AuT(,PLIE i31 3817 46- leather. S speed. L iqnp0d/W F 40739M443 10720 Philips H". 904292-M25 11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
LIEUS LS430 2004 must sell. so500 Call MIKE DAVIDSON FORD
Iuw 5Pa Na.igi.on. LOcadE. (912)882 7598
Call: 827-1230 7883:1 4726 Cute Littie Turbo Bug AT REGENCY "''U '- ARLINGTON TOYOTA
uno,. Black VW Cab.,o-'OT
ax: 827-1 240 BeautyNavlgator --/ Convertible. per. TOM BUSH BMW 9W50Atantic Blvd, 725306 TOM BUSH MAZDA 10939M* Blvd. 721-3
tinled learner red. CD. 505-0911 MIKE SHDFORD COGGIN TOYOTA- AVENUES
(020015 w,ndIr'.. call Peaches 89.000 mile. I owner OF ORANGE PAK MAZDA CiTY
9 6... .4*,,,,,71, 7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673 6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600 1 PhilipsHw. 262-03

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8281 Memli Rd 721-1880
Green Cove Spnrpns 2644502
1166 Bl'iriding Bivdil 272-2200
2600 Philips Hiy 398-3036
711 Bea-h Blvd 2498282
i c.OCcsdal Ave 3874041

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I soutlisd. Blvd 725-7300
Chrysler of Orange Park
1,15 Wells Rd 269-1033
SGreen Cove Springs 264-2416
173 6G a,.aAv.- 389-7792
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Green Cove Spnrjr 264-2416
7231 Blaelng'tva 777-5500
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1672 CaS0al Ave. 384-6561

9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green Cove Springs 264-4502

11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
2898 U.S.Hwy.1S. 1-800456-1689
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277

4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
7600 Blanding Blvd. 899-0900

10980 Atlantc Blvd. 642-0200

10585 Alantic Blvd. 998-7111

11211 Alantc Blvd. 642-1500

2330 US 1 South 3544421
1750 Soutsde Blvd. 725-7300
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792
1-95 Ext 129, Fern Bch.

9401 Atantic Blvd. 723-3210
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078

895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando R 407-339-3443

91 1 Atlantic Rheld fiA-O

10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080

9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911

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10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
10585 AtanticBlvd. 565-2489
7505 Blandin Blvd. 779-8100
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10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
10859 Philips Hwy. 880-3000
1810 CassatAve. 389-3621
2755 U.S. 1 Noth, StAug. 904-794-9990
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400

9201 Atantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green CoveSprings 2644502
11503 Philips Hwy. 733-1616

10100 AtlanticBlvd 725-9155

895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/ando R 407-339-3443

7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nmnidtcom

10863 Phlips Hwy. 262-7145
8105 Blandng Blvd. 7790071
AfnAtlanfti Blvd 725-8200

6501 YoungemianCircle. 771-9100
2995 U.S. 1 Soulh SL Aug.
S800W22-4888 or 904-797-8800
1310 CassatAve. 389-4561

1481 Wells Road 269-2603
2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 7250911

2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486

10231 Atlantic Blvd. 722-1694

6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
10211 Atlanc Blvd. 724-1080
1577 Wells Road O.P. 2695002
8908 Alantc Blvd. 4254001
Lexus of Jacksonville
Pre-Owned Center
10384 Aanc BWd 9980012
1515 WeisRd. 269-1033
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Alantic Blvd. 371-4877
5936 Phiips Hwy. 7337439
233 East State St 3568491


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