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Returned Checks
Commissary Changes Polic,
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Veterinary Care
Base Clinic Provides Quality Care
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Tainted Pet Food Killing Animals
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12, 2006

becomes SecNav

From the Navy News Service
D onald Winter, Ph.D., was
sworn in as the 74th
Secretary of the Navy
(SECNAV) during a ceremony at
the Pentagon Jan. 3. Deputy
Secretary of Defense (acting)
Gordon England administered
the oath.
In his first message as SEC-
NAV, Winter outlined his five pri-
orities: people, the global war on
terror, shipbuilding, 2005 Quality
Deficiency Report (QDR) imple-
mentation and Base Realignment
and Closure (BRAC) implementa-
Winter also praised the Navy
and Marine Corps team and
expressed his pride in serving as
Following is the full text of the
secretary's message:
Today, I was sworn in as your
74th Secretary of the Navy. At a
time when we find ourselves at
war, with Marines and Sailors in
"harm's way" in Iraq and
Afghanistan, it is a challenge that
I accept with a keen awareness of
the solemn responsibilities of this
In the wake .of Sept. 11, 2001,

Bailey Ye

is Naval


f first


of 2006

From Naval Hospital Public Affair.

Naval Hospital Jacksonville
delivered its first baby of 2006
at 4:54 a.m. on New Year's
Day. With the delivery, Jennifer Yee
and her husband, GM2 Steven Yee,
who serves aboard USS Hue City
homeported at Naval Station Mayport
became the proud parents of Bailey, a
9-pound, 14-ounce, 20-inch baby girl.,
Jennifer was followed through her
first pregnancy by Nurse Midwife
Nancy Yarnell at Naval Branch
Health Clinic Mayport. Delivering the
newborn at the Naval Hospital with
the help of the hospital's Maternal
Infant Unit (MIU) nursing staff was
OB/GYN doctor Lt. Cmdr. Daniel
Breazeale. Following Jennifer and
Bailey in the MIU was OB/GYN doc-
tor Lt. Cmdr. Ruth Duda.
Although mom had a bit of a com-
plicated delivery and stayed in the
MIU a bit longer than expected due to
an elevated temperature, both she
and her husband said their experi-
ence at Mayport and at the Naval
Hospital was very positive.
"It was great! They had a lot of
great staff and a lot of nice people,"
said Steven. Jennifer echoed those
sentiments saying, "It was wonderful!
The MIU staff was very good, every-
one was very nice and they were very
hospitable and welcoming."
Jennifer said she took advantage of

Donald Winter
Secretary of the Navy
President Bush declared, "the best
defense against terrorism is a
strong offensive against terror-
The Navy/Marine Corps team
is engaged in an aggressive cam-
paign to defeat terrorist enemies
not only in Iraq and Afghanistan,
but globally. Protecting America
against threats will remain our
primary mission, a task that will
require the service of warfighters

who will never lose focus on the
drive to victory.
The world has seen momentous
changes in recent decades, and the
Navy and Marine Corps must
adapt to changing conditions.
Throughout history, nations have
been surprised by threats that
emerged without adequate warn-
Democracies, in particular, are
reluctant to acknowledge the exis-
tence of threats. But all of human
history shows that weakness
invites aggression and that
strength deters war. We must
remain prepared, strong and
ready to meet the challenges of the
In my confirmation hearings
before Congress this past October,
I mentioned five priorities: people,
the global war on terror, ship-
building, 2005 QDR implementa-
tion and BRAC implementation.
I will have much to say about
all of these items in the months
ahead. Today, I will only mention
one: People our most valuable
asset. Since the early days of the
republic, Americans have relied
on a strong Navy and Marine
Corps team to defend them
against her enemies. Nothing can

Photos courtesy of Naval Hospital Jacksonville
New parents Jennifer and GM2 Steven Yee with their newborn Bailey (left) are pre-
sented a congratulatory certificate from the hospital commanding officer Capt.
.(Dr.) Raquel Bono (second from left) and Maternal Infant Unit (MIU) Division
Officer Lt. Cmdr. Elizabeth French as well as gifts from the nurses, Morale, Welfare
and Recreation Department and Navy and Marine Corps Relief Society after deliv-
ering the hospital's first baby of 2006.

Bailey Yee
all the prenatal classes that the hos-
pital offers and they were a big help.
"They covered all the basics of baby

: care," she said, "things like
how to comfort your baby,
helping with the latching
on, and they gave me some
great help learning to
breastfeed while I was in
the MIU."
The new family of three
0 was presented a congratu-
latory certificate from
.' Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville Commanding Officer
Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Bono as
well as a gift basket from
the MIU nurses.
They also received
-*S- Morale, Welfare and
Recreation (MWR) dis-
count coupons good for
such things as bowling, golf
and other MWR programs.
? And the Navy and Marine
Corps Relief Society pre-
sented them "Baby's First
Seabag," which contains a
layette, sheets, a receiving
blanket and a crocheted
Both parents are originally from
Reno, Nev. Steven has served in the
Navy since June 1997.

Photo by JOC Craig Strawser
Donald Winter, Ph,D., takes the oath of office as the 74th Secretary of the
Navy (SECNAV) in a ceremony held in the SECNAV's office at the
Pentagon Jan. 3. Deputy Secretary of Defense (acting) Gordon England,
left, administered the oath as Winter's wife, Linda watches.
play so decisive a role as well- country safe. You have chosen a
trained, highly motivated Sailors noble profession, and you join a
and Marines who believe in their long honored tradition as
mission. You should feel honor guardians of our liberty, and
honor in knowing that today, dur- defenders of a great nation. I am
ing this time of war, the American honored to serve you as your sec-
people turn to you to keep our rotary.

SBeware tax refund

anticipation loans
By LIFELines Research Staff

Income-tax refund anticipation loans (RALs) are
nothing more than a costly version of a payday
loan. Hundreds of military families that would
never consider a payday loan are participating in RALs
at interest rates from 40 up to 700 percent depending
on the size-of their expected refund.
A recently conducted nationwide survey found that
two-thirds of those who had signed up for an advanced
same-day payment, from a tax-preparation company, did
not realize that they had entered into a loan agreement
with exorbitant interest rates and administrative fees.
The most recent government analysis, indicates that
consumers paid more than $1 billion in RAL loan inter-
est fees and an additional $389-million in administra-
tive or application fees on top of the loan interest rate.
Of particular concern, nearly 80 percent of these
interest rates and fees were squeezed out of taxpayers
with $35,000 annual income or less which covers a
large segment of the junior enlisted population of the
military. But even more disturbing are the thousands
of military taxpayers who qualified for the earned
income tax credit (EITC) who took these loans.
The EITC is for people who work, but do not earn high
incomes. If they qualify and claim the credit, they pay
less federal tax, pay no tax or even receive a refund
beyond the amount of tax withheld. EITC is intended
to boost the income of those who work and qualify. Yet,
over half of those who are enticed into taking these
return anticipation loans, are recipients. of the EITC.
With check cashing fees and loan interest rates these
citizens paid more than three-quarters of a billion dol-
lars to get access to this government sponsored benefit.
A benefit distributed through our income-tax system
and funded by the rest of the taxpayers.
As a result, many states including Maryland,
Connecticut, Arizona, New York, Ohio and Texas have
passed laws or introduced legislation restricting rates or
outlawing refund anticipation loans. To protect a loss
to the American taxpayers and the U.S. Treasury, a bill
has been introduced in the U.S. Congress that would
totally outlaw RALs if any portion of the loan is secured
by EITC proceeds.
According to the National Consumer Law Center 53
percent of those using RALs have a high school educa-
tion or less. HBSC/Household has reported that a
majority of their RAL participants have an average
annual income of less than $18,000. Jackson Hewitt
reported that 73 percent of RAL consumers made less
than $30,000 annually. Conversely, less than 10 per-
cent of those who earned $75,000 annually and/or were
college educated have ever participated in return antici-
pation loans.

TOlUeHIf t Influenza vaccine available here The vaccine is available in all outpatient clinic areas: OB/GYN,
TOUCHING Naval Hospital Jacksonville is now administering influenza vaccine to Pediatrics, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Branch Health
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E TRICARE beneficiaries. The vaccine is offered to all TRICARE Prime, The vaccine is offered in injectable or mist forms. Patients will be
Plus and Standard subscribers, regardless of hospital enrollment. Just screened for specific contraindications for both forms of the vaccine at
B AS present your military ID card. tth clinics before it is administered.
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High five! Thanks for all your hard work last year

Pacific Fleet Master Chief
Thhis is my first article
for 2006, so I would
like to take this oppor-
trinity to say BZ to you all
and thanks for all your hard
work last year. The
NIavy/Marine Corps team
h~id a heck of a year in 2005.
The war on terror, tsunami
relief, hurricane relief
efforts, deployments, execut-
irg the assigned mission,
and I could go on and on for
,That you need to know is
ydu performed superbly and
should be proud of every-
tlhing our Navy accom-
plished you made a dif-
ference! As we say back in
Georgia, "you were on it like.
a chicken on a June bug."
This got me thinking that
we all need to make a New
Year's resolution for 2006 to
make sure we remember to
sey, "thanks." to our Sailors
and work harder to show
them the appreciation
they've earned and deserve.
It's a fact of life that we
all get wrapped up in our
owvn responsibilities and

sometimes pay less atten-
tion to the tasks we delegate
to our junior;Sailors.
We often assign. work and
then focus all. our attention
on our own workloads or the
jobs we receive from those
.above us.. All we seem to
care about is whether the
other jobs simply "got done
But is putting our own
schedules and workloads
ahead of appreciating ouri
Sailors' hard work a good
leadership quality?
No, it's not.
Something as simple as a
pat on the back or a hand-
shake or even a high five
goes a long way. We have

thousands of Sailors carry-
ing this Navy through their
daily tasks doing the
work that we were so happy
to be relieved of when our
, rank got us out of it.
. It seems trivial, but some-
thing as simple as making it
routine to show an interest
in the workload of your
Sailors and thanking them
for their work really can'
change the mentality of a
Sailor who thinks his or her
presence is unappreciated
and unnoticed.
I wonder, how many
Sailors get out of the Navy
because they felt underap-
preciated? Certainly job ful-
fillment is a part of job sat-
isfaction, and fulfillment
comes from having someone
other than you recognize
your effort.
There are many programs
we can take to recognize our
Sailors' efforts such as
Sailor of the Quarters, Food
Service Attendant of the
Month, Command Advance-
ment Program, and I could
go on and on but I think you
get the idea.
But beyond those opportu-
nities briefly mentioned
above, we must take a more

creative approach to
acknowledge those Sailors
who also work hard, but get
lost in the shadow of the
Perhaps the most effective
way to show our Sailors
they're appreciated is by
recognizing each Sailor by
name, remembering person-
al information and by being
sincerely interested in
I have seen many a good
leader in my day, and some
of the best stand out
because their leadership
style was so honest and
organic they were the type
of leaders who would walk
through the passageways,
stop the Sailors and talk to
them, or stop by on the mid-
watch to see how things
were going.
No one taught them to
take the time out of their
day to casually recognize.
the Sailors individually, but
that's what they were doing.
And they did it because they
genuinely were concerned
about their people. And the
Sailors appreciated them for

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Hometown: Oklahoma City,

Family Life: I'm married to Kimberly. We
have a daughter, Hailey and twin sons, Jacob
and Joshua.

Past Duty Stations: vs-30

Career Plans: To stay in the Navy for at
least 20 years.

Most Interesting Experience: The first
time I launched an S-3B Viking on board USS
George Washington.

Words of Wisdom: As a leader, always
stand behind your people because they will be
the ones behind you!


Job title/command:
Commissary Support Clerk,
Defense Commissary Agency

Hometown: San Antonio,

Family Life: Married with two sons, one
daughter-in-law and three granddaughters.

Past Duty Stations: NAS Cecil Field, NAS
Moffett Field, Calif.

Career Plans: I'm looking forward to retiring
and relaxing.

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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 p.m
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tional cyclists -are needed to participate in the
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a non-profit fund-raising event sponsored by the
American Diabetes Association.
This year's ride will take cyclists from Jacksonville
to Fernandina Beach,. away from high-traffic areas
and around scenic areas along the beautiful North
Florida coast.
For further information about Team Navy Jax, call
Miriam Gallet at 542-5588. Details about the Tour de
Cure can be found at wwwrlia.betesoro/inaxtnour

NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ............. Capt. Chip Dobson
Public Affairs Officer Charles P. "Pat" Dooling
Deputy Public Affairs Officer Miriam-A. Lareau
U.S. Naval Air Station, lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Miriam S. Gallet
Assistant Editor 101 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer JO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. Government, the
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HS-5 'Nightdippers'

make a difference

By Lt. Trevor Prouty
very Sailor knows the
hectic\pace of Navy
life, with the day-to-
day grind that keeps each
of us busy. However, seven
Sailors from HS-5 "Night-
dippers," have made time in
their lives for a different
and worthwhile pursuit.
These Sailors meet once a
week with high school-aged
children whom they mentor
through the Take Stock in
Children program. Each of
these individuals takes the
initiative to make time in
their lives to help those
who most need it, at-risk
HS-5 supports these
:Sailors in their quest to
make a difference by pro-
viding critical time off from
their squadron duties to
meet with the children each
According to the Take
Stock in Children's Web
site, it provides a compre-
hensive program that helps
low-income children suc-
ceed by providing college
scholarships, volunteer
mentors, and community
The program aims to take
high-risk children, and sup-
ply them with the resources
necessary to excel in life.
In order to receive the
scholarships, the students
must stay in school, exhibit
,good behavior and meet
with their mentors once a
Currently, the program
exists in every county in
Florida and has enrolled
more than 7,000 students.
Anna Taylor, the Take
Stock in Children Program
coordinator for Clay
County, says that there are
currently 50 students
enrolled in the program in
Clay, and more than 400 in
Duval County.

Photo courtesy of HS-5
Nightdipper mentor AT1(AW/SW) William Rivera of HS-5
inspects a Seahawk helicopter tail. Rivera is a mentor with
the Take Stock in Children program. Other Sailors from HS-5
involved with the program are: CDCMC Richard Neal, AWC
Hahns Bodenbender, NC1 Johnny Fulger, YN2 Herbert Kelly,
PS3 Victoria Rivera and AD1 Piero Centeno.

However, she also notes
"the entire First Coast is in
desperate need of more
A training program is
required to become a men-
tor. HS-5 mentors complet-
ed their training in one
evening at NAS Jack-
PS3 Victoria Rivera,
along with the six other
mentors from HS-5, visits
with her student once a
week for about an hour
each session. They meet at
the student's Clay County
School, generally during an
elective class or lunch.
The mentor/student rela-
tionship allows for a wide
spectrum of discussion top-
ics, ranging from helping a
student with homework to
discussing serious issues
that each student con-
By participating in the
program, Rivera hopes to
help the community, and

make a difference.
YN2(AW/SW) Herbert
Kelly, another HS-5 Sailor
involved in the program,
also jumped at the opportu-
nity to provide a positive
influence on children who
might not otherwise have
The Take Stock in
Children Web site defines a
mentor as a trusted friend,
an advisor and a role
model. Take Stock in
Children mentors are liter-
ally 'shining stars' that help
students navigate through
the rough waters of child-
hood and adolescence.
At HS-5, these dedicated
Sailors ensure that at least
seven youths from the
Jacksonville area have the
assistance necessary to suc-
If volunteering with the
Take Stock in Children pro-
gram interests you or your'
command, please contact
Taylor at 272-8144.

DoD announces BAH

rates for fiscal year 2006

Special release from the U.S.
Department of Defense
T he Department of Defense
announced Dec. 20 Basic Allowance
for Housing (BAH) rates for Fiscal
Year (FY) 2006.
Service members will receive an aver-
age housing allowance increase of 5.9 per-
cent. An estimated $13.9 billion will be
paid to nearly 950,000 service members
in 2006. In total, the planned increase in
housing allowance funds for FY 2006
above the FY 2005 amount is about $1.6
Three components are included in the
BAH computation: 1) median current
market rent; 2) average utilities, includ-
ing electricity, heat, and water and sewer;
and 3) average renter's insurance.
Total housing costs are calculated for
six housing profiles, which are based on
dwelling type and the number of bed-
rooms, in each Military Housing Area
(MHA). BAH rates are then calculated for.
each pay grade, both with and without
Data is collected annually for about 400
MHAs in the United States, including
Alaska and Hawaii. An important part of
the BAH process is the cooperation from
the services and local military housing
offices in the data collection effort.
Input from local commands is used to
determine in what neighborhoods data is
collected and to direct the data collection
effort towards adequate apartment com-
plexes and individual housing units.

For members with dependents, average
increases in the BAH is about $53 per
month. A typical E4 with dependents, for
example, will find his/her BAH about $45
per month higher than last year, while an
E8 with dependents will receive about
$56 more than last year.
As explained in the July 7, 2005, press
release, geographic rate protection was
instituted in 2000 and expires at the end
of 2005. However, an integral part of the
BAH program is the provision of individ-
ual rate protection to all members.
No matter what happens to measured
housing costs, an individual member in a
given location will never see his/her BAH
rate decrease. This policy assures that
members who have made. long-term com-
mitments in the form of a lease or con-
tract are not penalized if the area's hous-
ing costs decrease.
Changes to the BAH Differential also
go into effect for 2006. Members who live
in government quarters and pay child
support will continue to receive the BAH
Differential, while members paying child
support who live off base will not receive
BAH at the "without dependents" rate
plus BAH Differential and will instead
receive BAH at the "with dependents"
The continual improvement in housing
allowances represent our commitment to
the preservation of a compensation and
benefit structure, which will provide
members with a suitable and secure stan-
dard of living that will sustain a trained,
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DeCA streamlines return check process

By Rick Brink
Defense Commissary Agency, Office
of Corporate Communications
New streamlined pro-
cessing procedures
for returned checks
are viewed as a win-win sit-
uation for commissary shop-
pers and for store employees
looking for better ways to
provide customer service.
Shoppers win because the
new centralized returned-
check processing doesn't
affect the way they write
checks. Commissary em-
ployees win because the
process eliminates the
return to the commissary of
all paper checks for insuffi-
cient funds.
Returned checks normally
routed back to commissaries
for collection are instead
routed to a centralized pro-
cessing site run by a busi-
ness that has successfully
performed this service for a
variety of businesses that
process a high volume of
transactions, said Pam
Conklin, DeCA's chief finan-
cial executive.
Instead of commissary
employees having to contact
customers who wrote insuf-
ficient-fund checks, the cen-
tralized processor electroni-
cally deducts the amount of
the checks from the cus-
tomers' checking accounts
and starts procedures to
assess the insufficient fund
administrative fee. These
deductions have a high suc-
cess rate because pay cycles
have sufficiently replen-
ished customers' accounts to
cover the checks.
This more efficient
process, which doesn't cost
customers any more money
in insufficient-fund service
charges, standardizes re-
demption processes within
commissaries and allows
store employees to devote
more time to customer serv-
ice, said Conklin, who called
it a "win-win situation."
A handful of continental
U.S. commissaries initiated
the process in 2003, and last
-ear European stores came
on line. Remaining stateside

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
Linda Hunter, a cashier at the NAS Jacksonville Commissary,
accepts a check from Navy retiree James Anderson.
Accompanying Anderson is his wife, Eagnes.

stores and commissaries in
the Far East and Iceland
wrapped up worldwide
implementation in Novem-
ber 2005.
The new process results
from a collaborative effort
between DeCA, the Defense
Finance and Accounting
Service, the U.S. Depart-
ment of Treasury, Bank of
America and Solutran, the
firm that provides the
returned check processing
The following are some
commonly-asked questions
from commissary customers:
1. How is the money taken
from my checking account?
The central processing
center will use Represented
Check Entry (RCK), which
utilizes the Automated
Clearing House (ACH) net-
work to transmit ACH debit
transactions to your bank
once a check has been
returned for insufficient or
uncollected funds.
2. Is this legal?
Yes, it was approved by
NACHA (National Aut-
omated Clearing House
Association) in 1998 and the
Code of Federal Regulations
(31 C.F.R. Part 210).
3. Do I need to be notified
of an RCK transaction?
NVtice is required to be
posted at the point of sale

stating that in thib event
that a check returns for
insufficient or uncollected
funds, it may be converted
to an electronic format for
4. Can I be charged a serv-
ice fee on RCK Items?
Yes, because the check
was originally cashed as a
paper item, the transaction
is viewed as a Uniform
Commercial Code transac-
tion and thus the ability to
charge a service fee is legal.
The collection for the
administrative fee will be
implemented during the
deployment of the new pro-
5. How will this appear on
my bank statement?
Currently it is regulated
by NACHA as "REDE-
PCHECK," the company
name (DFAS) and the check
number prints on the con-
sumer's bank statement.
6. Can I stop the RCK
from being presented
against my account?
No, by writing a check at
the commissary after having
the opportunity to read the
notice at the point of sale,
you agree that if your check
is returned for insufficient
or uncollected funds that
the check may be collected

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years of



By Sue Brink
Public Affairs Officer
N naval Facilities Engineering
Command lost a dedicated
civil servant and mentor to
many employees when Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville's Business
Manager Kenneth Blackett retired
Jan. 3 after 36 years of federal serv-
Many employees and friends of
Blackett attended a retirement lunch-
eon on Dec. 15 to celebrate his out-
standing career and reflect on his 36
years of service.
Several employee's mimicked the
time they have enjoyed working with
Blackett by displaying their apprecia-
tion through skits that were per-
formed and gifts that were presented.
Navy Public Works Center Com-
manding Officer Capt. Paul Walden
presented Blackett with the Depart-
ment of the Navy Superior Civilian
Service Award, a Presidential retire-

Photo by Sue Brink
Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville (PWC Jax) Commanding Officer Capt. Paul
Walden (right) presents PWC Jax Business Manager Kenneth Blackett with the
Department of the Navy Superior Civilian Service Award. Blackett retired Jan. 3
after 36 years of dedicated civil service.
ment letter from President George W. tion-in-force letters, six promotions
Bush and a retirement certificate rep- (he started as a GS-7), the eruption of
resenting 36 years of service, a volcano (Mount Pinatubo) on his
A keepsake box containing com- house, several typhoons, and earth-
mand coins and memorabilia from all quakes in Japan, Philippines and of
of the Public Works Center's Blackett course California, and most recently,
has worked at during his career was hurricanes in Florida.
also presented to him. "The most important part of this
Blackett's first federal job was sol- journey has been the people I have
diering duty with the U.S. Army as an worked and played with," said
Infantryman, combat engineer, postal Blackett.
clerk, and motor pool sergeant all in "The vast majority of the public,
four short years. service employees I have had the
The next 30 plus years brought a pleasure and honor to work with are
dozen plus jobs, 11. moves from Utah hard working dedicated to what they
to Germany, California, Philippines, do. This applies to all nations and
back to California, Japan, and ending states."
in Florida. He went on to say that people are
Along the way, Blackett went the same regardless of languages,
through three base realignment and customs, and norms that can create
closures, two base closures, two reduc- barriers if you let them.

Jax Air News

earns award

Photo by Nancy Garcia
NAS Jacksonville Commissary Director Larry Bentley
(center) and NAS lax Commanding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson present Jax Air News Editor Miriam S. Gallet
with the. Defense Commissary Agency Outstanding
Corporate Communications Program Support Award
Dec. 15. Gallet and the Jax Air News staff.were recog-
nized for their news coverage of commissary events,
which "significantly helped inform and educate shop-
pers about the benefits of commissary shopping and the
services available to them."

Naval Hospital to host Town Hall meeting

By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Marketing
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville Command-
ing Officer Capt.
(Dr.) Raquel Bono, will be
hosting a quarterly Town
Hall Meeting on Jan. 18
from 2-3 p.m. in the hospi-
tal's main conference room
at Naval Air Station
Jacksonville. This meeting
is open to all active duty
personnel, retirees and eli-
gible family members.
Bono and the hospital's
top leadership have recent-
ly completed a new strate-
gic business plan that will
better align its goals with
the needs of military fami-
Bono will highlight the
hospital's new goals at the
upcoming Town Hall
Meeting. She said, "We are
very excited about the
recent work we have done.
Our new goals allow us to
build on the many things
we have already put into
place such as patient-cen-
tered care initiatives, sup-
porting operational readi-
ness, promoting sound
business practices and staff

ByJ02 Rebecca Kruck
More than 100 Navy
and Marine Corps
volunteers are
needed to judge various
events at the Sanctioned
Area-12 NJROTC Drill
Meet this Saturday.
Drill events include
armed basic, unarmed
basic, unarmed exhibition,
armed exhibition, color
guard, individual drill and
knockout drill.
Athletic events include
pushups/sit-ups, 1000-yard
relay, 220-yard relay,
klackerboard, dizzy izzy,
tug of war and seabag. Six
Corpsmen and three med-
ical bags are also needed
for the First Aid tent.
For formal drill events,
judges will need to wear
winter working blues for
Sailors and BDU's for
Marines. I

Bono is very proud of the
efforts of her staff to
improve the delivery of
health care services at the
hospital and branch health
In July 2005, the hospital
and its branch health clin-
ics were surveyed by the
Joint Commission on
Accreditation of Health-
care Organizations
(JCAHO) and the Bureau
of Medicine and Surgery
Inspector General.
The hospital did extreme-
ly well and received no for-
mal recommendations for
im-provement and very few
supplemental suggestions.
JCAHO focuses on
improving the safety and
quality of healthcare pro-
vided to the public. It
accomplishes this goal by
accrediting healthcare or-
ganizations and offering
healthcare improvement
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville hospital and
branch health clinics were
evaluated using the same
JCAHO standards as US
civilian hospitals.
Bono is also excited
about the work still to be
done during the coming
year. "We need our

For athletic events, com-
fortable civilian attire is
fine. All judges will be pro-
vided with breakfast, lunch
and snacks. Letters of
Appreciation will also be
Names of volunteers
should be in the following
format and must include
the commanding
officer's name and com-
mand mailing address:
AM2(AW/SW) John Sailor,
SN/USNR, Capt. Joe
Smith, Commanding
Officer USS Underway or
Sgt James A. Marine,
Smith, Comman-dant, 8th
regiment. E-mail names to
Master Chief John Duffy
For more information,
contact Master Chief Duffy
at (904) 424-6472 or (904)

patients to actively partici-
pate in improving our
health care delivery sys-
tem. To ensure we are
meeting their identified
needs, I am inviting our
patients to work with our
hospital staff on some of

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For more information
about how to volunteer,
contact the customer rela-
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attend the meeting.
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Veterinary Techinician PFC Aaron Brock listens to Pumpkin's heart rate as her owner Paul
Kaufman keeps her calm. The almost 19-pound cat was in for her annual checkup.

Keeping military

working dogs healthy,

food safe and pets happy

Like most veterinary clinics out in town,
the South Atlantic District Veterinary
Command (SADVC), NAS Jacksonville
Branch offers a wide variety of healthcare to
most domestic animals privately owned by
military members, retirees and reservists on
active duty. This includes yearly check-ups
and annual vaccinations, health certificates,
microchipping, heartworm testing, fecal test-
ing for parasites, leukemia testing and much
"We offer all the standard services includ-
ing some sick call appointments for skin, eye
and ear problems. We also offer some surger-
ies on a case-by-case basis to our clients to
keep our training requirements up-to-date,"
explained Army Veterinarian Capt. (Dr.)
Michael McCown, officer-in-charge of the
Jacksonville Branch.
"Our facility is a state-of-the-art veterinary
treatment facility. We are continuously
upgrading our equipment and techniques as
needed. I want everyone to know that we are
here for our service member's pets and will
provide appropriate veterinary services to
their animals," continued McCown, who
arrived here last September and who also
oversees the clinics at NS Mayport, NSB
Kings Bay, Ga. and NS Guantanamo Bay,
The veterinary treatment facility has two
examination rooms complete with computers
allowing staff members to document all the
animal's health information. A small labora-
tory to conduct heartworm, feline leukemia
and intestinal parasite testing (any other
needed tests are sent out with results usually
back within 24 hours), an X-ray room, surgi-
cal prep area with a surgical tub treatment
area to perform dentistries and other small
procedures and a sterile surgery room are
also part of the facility.
"Our primary responsibility is to treat the
military working dogs here. We use the X-ray
and surgical rooms specifically for their care.
It's our job is to provide all their veterinary
care to keep them healthy so they can per-
form their duties," said McCown.
One of the biggest requests by clients is the
need for health certificates for their pets. "We
issue a lot of health certificates for military
members who are transferring. There are
very specific guidelines and they change fre-
quently when pets travel overseas, including
Hawaii. We have the current information
here, but clients transferring can a so get the
requirements on different Web sifts," added

NAS Jax Veterinary Treatment Facility Receptionist Angie Holste sells some heartworm
prevention medicine for dogs to MU3 Nick Golding of Navy Band Southeast. "I've been
using the clinic here for quite awhile for my two dogs. They get their vaccinations and
checkups here. I appreciate the courteous staff and you can't beat their prices," said

Army Veterinarian Capt. (Dr.) Michael McCown
performs a spay surgery on a cat on Jan. 4.
For those traveling to Hawaii, go to http://
Those who have orders to Japan can check
doc.htm. For all others, check with the clinic.
The clinic staff also offers a microchip iden-
tification procedure that is required for all
military members who have animals living in
base housing. This painless procedure identi-
fies pets by scanning and tracking their iden-
tification if they become lost or if they are left
behind when a family moves.
Medications such as flea and tick control,
heartworm prevention and prescription foods
are also available at a discounted price.
While offering veterinary care to the mili-
tary working dogs and military member's pets
is an important aspect of the SADVC
Jacksonville Branch mission, there is another
mission of this organization. That is, to
inspect all food products delivered on the base
including items received by the NAS Jax
Commissary and all restaurants and food
service facilities here.
Veterinary food inspectors play a critical
role in veterinary medicine. Each of these
inspectors is specifically trained to conduct
food safety inspections in all departments at
the commissary and at the commercial ven-
dor's sites who supply the food to the military.
"Our job. is to maintain the morale, welfare

See V Page 7

Army Veterinarian Capt. (Dr.) Michael McCown checks Mase for skin lesions as her
owner Ensign Dennis Nelson of Commander Navy Region Southeast holds her at the
NAS Jax V4terinary Treatment Facility.

JaxAlr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 12, 2006

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Veterinary Technician Erin Reymann prepares a cat for a spay surgery Jan. 4.'
Although the clinic doesn't normally offer surgeries for privately-owned animals,|
they do conduct them on a case-by-case basis for training purposes.

Photos by
Kaylee LaRocque 4





Army Veterinarian Capt. (Dr.) Michael McCown
inserts a tracheal tube in a cat shortly before
performing surgery as Veterinary Technician
Sgt. Erin Reymann assists. The cat was being spayed
at the clinic as part of the staff's training criteria.

VET: Food inspection

and animal care

From Page 6
and safety of our troops and their, families by ensur-
ing the quality and wholesomeness of foods that are
brought into the installation." explained Army Food
Inspector Sgt: Christina Hanks, who has been here
for six months. "While we work primarily in the NAS
Jax Commissary inspecting food, we also conduct
customer visits to various food establishments here
such as the galleys, Navy Exchange Food Court,
McDonalds, Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department facilities and any place that carries food
Every meat and produce delivery that comes into
the commissary must be inspected before any items
can be put on the commissary floor. "Our job is to do
quality assurance by ensuring the food comes from
an approved source and that meat products are list-
ed in the meat/poultry list approved by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture," continued Hanks. "We
also assist if someone has refrigeration failure by
helping them determine which foods are safe to keep
and which have to be discarded."
The food inspectors work hard to ensure military
members and their families are provided with the
best quality food available.
The veterinary clinic is located in Building 537 on
Biscayne Street. It is open Monday through Friday
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with clinic days on Mondays
and Wednesday. To make an appointment, call 542-

Veterinary Technician Sgt. Erin Reymann checks a fecal sample for parasites in the clinic's lab.

(Above) Checking for insect infestation and internal temperature require-
ments are part of the daily tasks for Army Food Inspector Sgt. Christina
Hanks at the NAS Jax Commissary.
(Right) Army Food Inspector Sgt. Christina Hanks
checks internal meat temperatures at the NAS Jax Commissary
as part of her daily duties. The meat is required to be refrigerated
tT at 40 degrees or less for, it to be sold at the commissary.


8 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 12, 2006

Hope an ever present need

By Chaplain (Lt.) Troy Todd

NAS Jax Chapel
At the end of World War II,
an American sub came
back to Newport News,
Va., to dock. As it came into port,
something terrible went wrong
mechanically and it began to sink
in the harbor. Without haste an
emergency message was sent to
the Coast Guard.
Lives were at risk as the sub
slowly sank. Dispatched divers
Oove down to the hull of the sub-
marine to find out what went
wrong. While the divers swam
around the hull they heard a dis-
tinct noise. A desperate and
inventive Sailor was tapping on
the hull from the inside using
Morse code to ask, "Is there
Is there hope? The essence of
having and maintaining hope is a
vital tool of life. Hope is an essen-
tial part of life. Hope is a key
ingredient that motivates us,
inflates our lives, and renews our
outlook as we contemplate a new
This is the time of year when
a lot of people talk about the new
year and setting new year's reso-
lutions. But what about hope,
how does it play into our future
as we steadily advance through
this new year?
Is there hope for your dreams
to come true, goals to be reached,
relationships to be strengthened,
and other pertinent key mile-
stones yet to be reached? Some

people have suf-
fered a loss that
has impacted I.
their vision of :.;"-'t
Is there hope? A'
This is a ques- ,
tion that many
people are ask- '
ing around the
world as they
attempt recov- -
ery from losses '
due to diverse F
environmental ,<
events and deli- .. ,
cate situations ,
of life. Trying to Chaplain (I
find hope can be
understood as a person or family
going through such losses as
financial, relational, emotional,
health, and physical loss of a fam-
ily Tnember.
Military chaplains often hear
the following questions Is life
worth living? Can I count on
anything in life? Will life ever
get any better than this? Is there
hope? Desperate people are often
searching for a solid measure of
hope to grasp, to anchor their life
upon; one that will sustain them
through the present moment and
on into the future.
Is there hope? As I contemplate
the new year, I realize that hope
is the catalyst for a lot of who I

am and what I
( plan to accom-
plish. I choose
to believe that
hope keeps' me
41 alive. When I
get up each
morning I have
: hope and hope
S guides me
through the
S day. Without
--, hope, I feel that
life will lose its
S ,, flavor.
In order to
cope with life I
.) Troy Todd need hope. With
hope, I can
press forward. With hope I can
learn to adjust my sail and work
through the storms of life. With
hope always before me, I can keep
gazing towards those safe harbors
that help to protect me from the
storms of life and nurtures my
inner spirit.
Is there hope? Concerning the
thought of having hope in one's
life, Pope John XXIII said it best,
"Consult not your fears but your
hopes and your dreams. Think
not about your frustrations, but
about your unfulfilled potential.
Concern yourself not with what
you tried and failed in, but with
what it is still possible for you to


Sailors, civilians invited to 'Family Day at The Cummer'

From Staff
he Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens is hosting a Family Day
at the Cummer Sunday from 12 5
p.m. Sailors, Department of Defense
civilians, contractors and retirees are
invited to bring the entire family and
enjoy a day of art, gardens, education
and fun.

The free admission event will be filled
with live music, special art making activ-
ities, scavenger hunts and more.
This fun-filled event includes experi-
encing The Thomas H. Jacobsen Gallery
of American Art in a fun and interactive
The museum is located at 829
Riverside Avenue in Jacksonville.
For more information, call 356-6857.

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From the Media Masters
With 14,116 car
crashes in Duval
County last year, a
serious car wreck could
lead to financial disaster if
you don't have enough
uninsured motorist (UM)
"Many car accident vic-
tims who walk into our
office don't have enough
UM Insurance to cover
their medical bills and lost
wages due to a serious car
wreck that wasn't their
fault," said consumer advo-
cate and attorney Tom
Edwards. "That's why I'm
urging consumers to make
getting UM coverage a top
New Year's resolution for
protecting their families."
Drivers often skimp on
UM coverage to slash their
car insurance premiums.
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Surprisingly, UM cover-
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The capacity for hope is an
essential part of our lives. It gives
us a purpose, a sense of destina-
tion, and the motivation to get up
and get on with life. With hope,
we expect tomorrow shall bring a
better day; it keeps us inching
forward through pain and
despair. Why? Because hope is
like a bird that senses dawn and
carefully starts to sing while it is
still dark." (Author unknown).
Is there hope? Feeling the pres-.
sures of a need to change the
social climate and at the same
time stand as an influential voice,
a leader for change, Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., spoke to the
issue, Is there hope? "We must
accept finite disappointment, but
we must never lose infinite hope,"
he said.
Hope does not dissolve when
times get hard, it does not dissi-
pate when the storms of life blow
in upon us; hope always goes
before us, beckoning us, calling us,
to step on through the situation
until we get to the other side.
Is there hope? The waters of
life might be difficult to pass
through, the mountains of life
might be strenuous to climb, the
valleys of life might be difficult to
manage and yet hope is calling us
to keep on moving forward. Hope
can always guide us, hope is just
on the other side, it is that bril-
liant beacon shining through that
helps us to move on-through
those difficult moments in life.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

spoke about an infinite hope
which is an unlimited hope, eter-
nal hope, ongoing hope, ever
ready hope, continual hope, ever
present hope, and a hope that is
always right on time. Where can
we find this type of hope?
Our infinite hope comes from
the Lord. "For I know the plans I
have for you," declares the Lord,
"plans to prosper you and not to
harm you, plans to give you hope
and a future. (Jeremiah 29:11 -
God is our ever-present help in
times of need; God is for us and
not against us. With the Lord by
our side, we can move through
diverse climates of life, we can
find a new zest to arise each
morning; we can have a new
inner peace that sustains our
well-being. Someone once said, "I
don't know what tomorrow may
hold, but I do know who holds
tomorrow [the Lord]."
With the Lord by our side we
can. move from hopelessness to
abundant hopefulness as we gain
a new pep in our talk and a new
bounce in our walk. With the
.Lord by-our side we can now
answer the question Is there
hope? Yes, Lord, yes!
Always Remember: "Never
deprive someone of hope; it might
be all they have." H. Jackson
Brown, Jr.
Respond with your thoughts, con-
cerns and prayer requests to: or. call 542-

JaxAir News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 12, 2006 9

Navy announces command q. ....

senior chief board details

ByJOC Michael Foutch
Master Chief Petty Officer
of the Navy Public Affairs
he Navy announced details of
the first Command Senior Chief
Selection Board in NavAdmin
319/05, released Dec. 13.
All senior chief petty officers,
regardless of rating, including those
who have been frocked to the pay
grade, are eligible to apply for this
new senior enlisted leadership posi-
The success of the current pilot pro-
gram on three mine countermeasures
(MCM) ships led to the development
of the Command Senior Chief pro-
gram, according to Master Chief Petty
Officer of the Navy MCPON(SS/AW)
Terry Scott. This board will select
additional command senior chiefs for
MCMs, as well as service aboard the
Gold crew of the second littoral com-
bat ship to be commissioned, LCS 2.
Initially, there will be a limited
number of opportunities to serve as a
command senior chief, due to the lim-
ited number of platforms where the
billets will serve in the near term.
Although there only will be fewer
than a dozen selected through this
board, future selection boards will
choose command senior chiefs for
MCMs, subsequent LCS platforms,
and with the potential of expansion
into other operational commands
where this level of leadership is
deemed necessary.
Those selected through a demand-
ing, competitive process for this lead-
ership role will be assigned Navy
Enlisted Classification (NEC) 9579

and will attend the Senior Enlisted
Academy and the Command Master
Chief/Chief of the Boat course in
Newport, R.I., and will attend the 3M
Coordinator School and serve in that
billet at their new command. In addi-
tion, command senior chiefs will
receive special duty assignment pay.
"This move provides an opportunity
for the hardest-charging Sailors to get
into the senior enlisted leadership
roles at an earlier point in their
career," Scott said. "Part of the intent
of this program is to give those senior
chiefs we select a more clearly defined
path into a command enlisted leader-
ship position. This also represents an
investment of the Navy in the leader-
ship our Sailors deserve."
The Command Senior Chief pro-
gram represents an important part of

Renter's insurance saves

ByJO2(SW) Bill Lamed
Staff Writer
W hen a fire or other disaster
destroys a home, possessions
both essential and sentimen-
tal can be lost forever.
On Dec. 11, just after midnight, a
fire broke out in Navy housing at
NSB Kings Bay, Ga., destroying the
belongings and living quarters of a
Sailor and his family and damaging
an adjacent building. Although the
family escaped with their lives, base
officials quickly learned that several
other families on base (unrelated to
the disaster) did not carry personal
property insurance, commonly known
as renter's insurance.
Many Sailors occupying govern-
ment quarters assume incorrectly
that all of their personal belongings
are automatically covered by the
Navy if damaged or destroyed.
According to the Military Personnel
and Civilian Employee Claims Act,
the amount of money available to
reimburse service members living on
a military base for damages is capped
at a certain amount. "If the value of

the damage exceeds the amount the
government offers, the service mem-
ber is responsible for paying the dif-
ference," said NAS Jacksonville Judge
Advocate Lt. Rachel Eisenstatt.
Sailors and their families should
remember the benefits and peace of
mind provided by renter's insurance
offsets the small monthly cost.
Personal property insurance virtually
eliminates expensive out-of-pocket
costs generated by unforeseen disas-
ters including fires, hailstorms, light-
ning strikes, floods or theft. When
considering that the value of posses-
sions inside a house or apartment
could amount to tens of thousands of
dollars, the question is not whether
someone can afford renters insurance,
but whether or not that individual
can afford to go without it. A particu-
lar Sailor living in an apartment com-
plex may be a responsible tenant, but
can become the victim of other ten-
ants' carelessness. Renter's insurance
can provide an extra measure of pro-
Sailors living out in town and in
base housing should not be the only
ones concerned with acquiring insur-

the Navy's Total Force Strategy, Scott
"Even with the most advanced tech-
nology at our disposal to take the
fight to our enemies, America's com-
petitive edge in guaranteeing a safer
world remains our people," he added.
"We expect the Command Senior
Chief program to add to our efforts to
provide senior enlisted leadership
educated to lead our Sailors in con-
fronting the unpredictable, anticipat-
ing the impossible and in planning for
the unimaginable. We need the cre-
ative and innovative leadership of our
senior enlisted Sailors to leverage our
technological advantage and capital-
ize on our competitive edge."
Command senior chiefs, according
to the NavAdmin, will be responsible
for maintaining the highest stan-
dards of professionalism and stimu-
lating better communication at all
levels of the chain of command. These
enlisted leaders will serve as a trust-
ed advisor to the command on mis-
sion accomplishment and the profes-
sional development of their Sailors, as
well as representing the concerns of
Navy families.
While the submarine force current-
ly enjoys success with senior chiefs
serving in senior enlisted leader roles
as chiefs of the boat, this effort repre-
sents a formal effort throughout the
Navy to capitalize on the leadership
ability at the senior chief level.
Commands will follow the selection
board procedures outlined in
OPNAVINST 1306.2D in selecting
candidates for command senior chief.
Packages are due Feb. 1, 2006 in
accordance with the NavAdmin.

money, grief
ance. Those living in barracks or dor-
mitories with their personal belong-
ings also may need coverage.
Some of the factors determining the
rate of renter's insurance include
square footage, the location of a per-
son's quarters and the value of their.
personal belongings. Extra coverage
can also be purchased for individual
items, such as jewelry or fine antique
As of Jan. 2, new residents occupy-
ing government quarters aboard any
of the Southeast Region bases are
now required to sign a new adden-
dum for their lease. Their signatures
will affirm that they have been
advised to obtain personal property
insurance. In addition, a general lia-
bility rider is recommended, which
covers injuries to guests. According to
Eisenstatt, base officials are consider-
ing the inclusion of the addendum for
barracks personnel as well.
Specific questions about what the
government does and does not cover
while residing at the barracks or base
housing can be directed to the base
Navy Legal Services Office at 542-

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Photo by Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Navy Lodge Receptionist Tess Grant
(left) and Housekeeping Supervisor Deborah Reed,
review the weekly room booking forecast report Jan. 12.

Navy Lodge reservations

easier with new Web page
By Kristine Sturkie
Navy Exchange Service Command Public Affairs
T he Navy Lodge Program has redesigned its
Web page at to improve
the information guests receive online and for
easier and faster reservations, officials announced
Dec. 21.
"We revamped our Web page to be more user-
friendly and incorporated more color photos of the
interior and exterior of our Navy Lodges," said
Michael Bockelman, director, Navy Lodge Program.
"Guests will now have a better idea of where they
are staying and the accommodations they can
expect when they get there."
The Web page also features a list of worldwide
room rates, policies, frequently asked questions and
amenities as well as a section for making a room
reservation online.
"The new reservation pages are easier to use to
make and change reservations," said Jerry Harvin,
central reservation center manager.
Navy Lodges feature oversized rooms with compli-
mentary coffee and local and toll-free phone calls,
newspaper, cable TV with HBO, fully equipped
kitchens with microwaves, hair dryers, laundromat
and video/DVD rental.
To receive a Navy Lodge directory or to make a
reservation at another Navy Lodge, call 1-800-
NAVY-INN, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Guests are guaranteed a room once reservations are
booked and confirmed. Reservation and room
assignments are accepted on an as-received basis
without regard to rank.

Operation Homefront

launches Operation Softball

From Staff

The Northwest Illinois
Chapter of Opera-
tion Homefront has
nationally launched Opera-
tion Softball program with
a goal of collecting 10,000
softballs and baseballs to
send to soldiers in Iraq.
The original goal was to
collect 1,016 softballs auto-
graphed by the donors to
build a pyramid of support
for our soldiers.
For months, softballs
were distributed to area
businesses, churches, and
schools for people to sign
and write words of support
for our troops.
Because of the tremen-
dous outpouring of sup-
port, the program has been
continued through 15 April
2006 and extended to the
national level. The goal
has now been raised to col-
lect 10,000 softballs and
baseballs for our soldiers.
"I am so amazed at the
outpouring of support for
this program," said Mike
Brinkmeier, chapter presi-

dent of the Northwest
Illinois chapter of Opera-
tion Homefront.
"We want our soldiers to
know we are praying for
them and supporting them.
I think a shipment of
10,000 softballs and base-
balls with positive com-
ments signed by donors
definitely will be a testa-
ment of our support."
Operation Homefront is
accepting donated and
signed softballs and base-
balls from business,
churches, and citizens
around the country.
More information on the
Operation Softball pro-
gram is available at www.

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Schedule for electronic, hardcopy tax statements released

From the Defense Finance and
Accounting Service
Military service members,
military retirees and
annuitants, and federal
civilian employees paid by the
Defense Finance and Accounting
Service (DFAS) can expect to
receive their 2005 tax statements
beginning this month.
DFAS customers with myPay
access will be able to retrieve
their tax statements electronical-
ly up to three weeks sooner than
those relying on regular mail
delivery. myPay is DFAS' secure
Web-based pay information sys-
tem. One of the many benefits of
myPay is the ability to receive tax
statements electronically, saving
time and avoiding risks associat-
ed with identity theft. myPay has
a series of security measures with
layers of defense against identity

Tax statements for DFAS customers are projected to be distributed by the dates in the following table:
Form/Document Available on myPay Mailed via the U.S. Post Office (Note 1)
Retiree Annual Statement (RAS) Dec. 9, 2005 Dec. 17 31, 2005
Retiree 1099R Dec. 16, 2005 Dec. 17- 31, 2005
Annuitant Account Statement (AAS) Dec. 16. 2005 Dec. 27 31, 2005
Annuitant 1099R Dec. 16, 2005 Dec. 17 -31, 2005
VSI/SSB W-2 (Note 2) Jan. 4 5, 2006
Active Duty Air Force,
Army, Navy W-2 Jan. 21, 2006: Jan. 24 27, 2006
Reserve Air Force. Army, Navy W-2 Dec. 31, 2005 Jan. 4 7, 2006
Marine Corps Active & Reserve W-2 Jan. 10, 2006 Jan. 12 16, 2006
Civilian employee W-2 Jan. 9, 2006 Jan. 10 21, 2006
Savings Deposit Program 10991NT (Note 2) Jan.27,2006
Vendor Pay 1099 (Note 2) Jan. 28 31, 2006
Indicates anticipated dates statements/tax forms will be placed in the U.S. Postal System. Actual delivery may vary by
location and holiday mail volume.
This form or statement is not available on myPay.

theft. The secure technology pro-
vided to myPay customers meets
or exceeds security requirements
in private industry worldwide.

According to DFAS officials,
myPay is becoming the standard
method of pay and tax statement
delivery for those individuals
paid by DFAS.

"Not only do our customers get
their statements quicker, but
more securely," said Pat Shine,
director of DFAS' Military and
Civilian Pay Services. "Our cus-

tomers are discovering that
myPay's encryption technology is
providing the security they
demand to protect their sensitive
pay and personal information."
Shine added that current
myPay account holders who have
forgotten their personal identifi-
cation number (PIN), as well as
new users can request a new PIN
on the myPay Web site
( myPay
users who have an official pre-
registered e-mail address provid-
ed by affiliated services such as
Army Knowledge Online or Air
Force White Pages, or who have
entered a secure e-mail address
in the myPay E-mail Settings
page can receive their new PIN
via e-mail. All others will receive
their new PIN via mail in approx-
imately 10 working days from the
date of request.

Gulf Coast residents can apply for disaster aid until March 11

D disaster officials are urging residents of disaster-
designated counties and parishes-in the Gulf Coast
States to take advantage of the 60 additional days
they've been given to register for federal and state finan-'
cial assistance to help them recover from uninsured or
under-insured losses caused by Hurricanes Katrina and
The extension to March 11 was granted by the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA).
"As long we continue to hear from people who need dis-
aster assistance, we want to make it available," said R.
David Paulison, the official in charge of federal recovery
operations. "We are renewing our efforts to identify and
reach people who may not have registered for various rea-
sons and need more time. to apply." To date, FEMA has
received more than 2.5 million applications.
FEMA's toll-free registration line continues to take calls*
around the clock from affected residents of Louisiana,
Alabama, Mississippi and Texas, whether they have
remained in their home states or have evacuated to other
parts of the country. FEMA also has an online assistance
center at where individuals can register for
assistance and check on the status of their applications.
For those wishing to apply by phone, the toll-free num-
ber is 800-621-FEMA (3362). Speech- or hearing-
impaired applicants can call the TTY number 800-462-
7585. The lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a

week and multilingual operators are available to take
"There is'no reason-for anyone who sustained hurricane
losses not to make that/call and get whatever assistance
they are eligible to receive," Paulison said.
Officials say in every disaster there are people who don't
register because they have home insurance and don't
think they are eligible. Many later find damage that was
uninsured or under-insured and realize they've missed
their chance at assistance because registration has closed.
Callers will need to supply the following information:
Current phone number
Address at the' time of the disaster and current
address if different
Social Security number
A general list of damages and losses suffered
Directions to the damaged property
Insurance policy number or company and agent's
name, if insured .
General financial information
Once registered, an applicant may be eligible for tempo-
rary housing assistance such as financial aid for rent or
emergency repair grants of up to $5,200 for homeowners
with uninsured or underinsured disaster-related damages
to their primary residence as well as other disaster-
related expenses not met through insurance or other pro-
Officials also reinforced that individuals seeking assis-
tance from FEMA do not need to complete a loan applica-

CHECKS: Policy changes at commissary

From Page 4
7. Will my bank send. the non-suffi-
cient funds (NSF) check back through
a second time?
No, under the RCK process if a check
fails to clear your account the first
time it will be forwarded using the
Automated Clearing House process to
the central processing center.
Remember to allow five to seven busi-
ness days for the check to reach the
clearing house before making
8. If I wrote a NSF check at the com-
missary a few months ago, how would
I tell if I am on the bad checklist?
DeCA uses the term "negative check
file." Ask the customer service depart-
ment to make an inquiry into the sys-
tem or call the RCM toll free number
at 1-866-893-5015.
9. How will I know when my check
writing privileges are suspended?
You will know when you receive noti-
fication from your bank that the origi-
nal payment to the commissary was
10. Once the NSF face value of the
check has been electronically collected,
can I resume writing personal checks?
You can resume check writing at the
commissary, 60 days from receipt of
your NSF check by the centralized
processor, assuming the collection on
the face value of the NSF check has
been obtained.

11. What if my account does not
have sufficient funds to honor the first
electronic presentment for the value of
the check?
If the first electronic collection
attempt on military payday is unsuc-
cessful, a second electronic represent-
ment will occur on the next military
Presentation dates cannot be
altered. If the second attempt is unsuc-
cessful, the Defense Finance and
Accounting Service (DFAS), Columbus,
Ohio, will start collection action. Check
writing privileges are suspended until
12. What if I already have an out-
standing NSF check with the commis-
All NSF checks written prior to the.
start of program will be handled under
collection procedures at the commis-
sary where the check was written, or
after 30 days at DFAS, Columbus,
Ohio (1-800-635-6045). You will be
notified by the commissary or DFAS
on the procedures for collection.
13. If I mistakenly write a check on a
closed account, or have to stop pay-
ment on a check, what will happen?
Checks returned due to a closed
account or a "stop payment" request
will be forwarded by the central pro-
cessing center directly to DFAS-
Columbus for their collection actions.
DFAS will continue to collect the
face value of the check, the $25 DeCA
administrative fee and the $15 DFAS

fee, Questions may be addressed to the
customer service liaison (see question
No. 1). Check writing privileges will be
suspended until the situation is
14. If my bank causes the error, how
do I recover the $25 administrative fee
and get off of the negative checklist?
In the event of a bank error, DeCA
will follow the standard commercial
banking practice, which requires the
customer to recover the $25 adminis-
trative fee from their bank.
In the event of a documented bank
error, DeCA's return check manage-
ment office will remove the customer's
social security number from the nega-
tive check database upon receipt of
bank notification.
It is the customer's responsibility to
obtain and provide to this office the
bank notification, which must include
the customer's name, and account,
routing and check numbers.
The customer or store is to fax or
mail this letter to the return check
management office. This address is for
bank error letters only, not payments.
Customers can contact this office
between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6:30
p.m. Eastern Time Monday Friday:
Defense Commissary Agency, ATTN:
RCM-RMR, 1300 E Avenue, Fort Lee,
VA 23801-1800
Toll Free: 866-893-5015
Email: or rcm-
Fax: 804-765-2798

tion from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
in order to, be considered for temporary housing assis-
tance. FEMA will process applications for housing assis-
tance regardless of whether the applicant has applied for
an SBA loan.
An applicant must complete an SBA loan application to
be eligible for additional assistance under the part of the
Other Needs Assistance (ONA) program that covers per-
sonal property, vehicle repair or replacement, and moving
and storage expenses. Even so, applicants-who do not
meet a certain income threshold may be excused from this
requirement. In addition, there are other ONA grants
such as public transportation expenses, medical and den-
tal expenses, and funeral and burial expenses that do not
require individuals to apply for an SBA loan to be eligible.
Voluntary agencies also work with individuals and fami-
lies on needs not fully met by state programs, FEMA or
Officials stressed that disaster assistance is not consid-
ered income and is not taxable. Disaster grants do not
have to be paid back. Disaster loans are available
through the U.S. Small Business Administration disaster
loan program at low interest rates.
People who have registered and who need to update or
provide additional information or who have questions
about their application can call the same numbers and
press the HelpLine option.
For more information about the disaster recovery, go te


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INSURANCE: Get uninsured motorist coverage

From Page 8

ical treatment and can no longer
work; UM coverage is their safety
net," Edwards said.
Jacksonville resident, Charles
Pickren, learned the importance of
having UM insurance after he was
involved in a rollover accident that
robbed him of the use of his right arm
and left him with chronic pain. The

driver who caused the accident fled
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age kicked in, paying medical bills,
short-term disability claims and lost
wages. Without UM coverage, many
drivers would get nothing. Edwards
suggests buying as much UM cover-
age as you and your family can afford.
If you have more than one car, make
sure to get "stacked" coverage. That
means you could get the combined

coverages of all vehicles. For example,
if one car has $300,000 in coverage
and the second car does too, you could
be entitled to $600,000 if you have a
stacked policy.
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injured in car crashes in Florida in
2004 and 4 percent 'of drivers in
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Bowling leagues now forming!
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)

For more information on fitness and athletics, call 542-
"Starting It Off Right"Aerobathon
Fitness Source
Jan. 26, 5- 7:30 p.m.
Two and a half hour variety aerobic class.
Call 542-3518 for more details.

Learn to Lift Weights
Monday at 9 a.m. and Tuesdays at 4 p.m.
Sign-up at the Fitness Source front desk.

For more information about LT T trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
Daytona 500 Keech Box Tickets on sale
Tomorrow, 9 a.m.
Maximum ticket limit of four per person.
Call 542-3318 for additional information.

Kennedy Space Center
Adults $50, children 3-11 $40.

Sterling Casino Cruise in Port Canaveral
Jan. 22

4-on-4 Flag football league forming
This league is open to all NAS Jax active duty and selective
reservists. It is a Captain's Cup event. Commands wanting to join
the league should stop by the base gym or contact the sports
office to get the required paperwork to join the league.
Racquetball tourney
A men and women's racquetball tournament will be held Jan. 30
through Feb. 3 at 5 p.m. The tournament is free and open to NAS
Jax active and active reservists. This is a Captain's Cup event
and players will receive participation points for their command and
can receive additional points for placing first, second and third.
There will be a men and women's division and points will be
awarded for both divisions.. Sign up at the NAS Jax Gymnasium
by Jan. 25.
Soccer meeting
An intramural soccer meeting will be held Feb. 1 at 11:30 a.m.
at the Building 850 conference room. The league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty and selective reservists. Commands having
their athletic officer or designated representative attend the meet-
ing will receive five Captain's Cup points. All interested personnel
should attend the meeting to discuss rules and to get the required
paperwork to join the league.
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for
individuals to officiate soccer, softball, football and volleyball at
NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is not required. If interested, contact Jesse Beach at

Photo by Shannon Leonard
AM1 Rick Mason gets a list of current ticket prices at the
Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department's Information,
Ticket and Tours (I.T.T.) Office from Recreation Aide Julie
Kieffer. I.T.T. will be selling Daytona 500 tickets at discounted
prices tomorrow at 9 a.m.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active'duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Jacksonville Barracudas Trip
Sign-up in Liberty Cove.
Mall and Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall & AMC Theater
New Orleans Weekend Trip
Feb. 17-20
$120, payment plans available.
Includes transportation and three nights lodging.


Navy Southeast Regional Running
and Triathlon Team
Attention competition runners. 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 pro-
vided 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 quali-
fying times. If you have run in a sanctioned race and your time
meets the regional qualifying time, contact your base athletic
Southeast regional qualifying 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
For more information about any of the sports articles, call Bill
Bonser, sports coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, email or visit


Intramural Basketball Standings
As of 16 Dec
Wins Losses
5 0

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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.

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Exorcism of Emily Rose (R)
Jan. 20, 7 p.m. A Sound of Thunder (PG-13)
Jan. 21, 5 p.m. March of the Penguins (G)
Jan. 21, 7 p.m. The Brothers Grimm (PG-13)
Jan. 27, 7 p.m. Dukes of Hazzard (PG-13)

For more information call 542-3521.
Super Bowl party at the Budweiser Brew House
Feb. 5, pre game starts at 4 p.m.
Door prizes and complimentary food served at 6 p.m.
$7 per person, tickets can be purchased at the Brew

Super Bowl Party at the CPO Club
Feb. 5, pre game starts at 4 p.m.
Door prizes and complimentary food served at 6 p.m.
$7 per person, limited to first 76 patrons paid.

For more information on the golf course, please call 542-
3249. For Mulligan's, call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
Jan. 24 for active-duty.
Jan. 12 and 26 for retirees and Department of Defense

For more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772.
Hoop it up at the Youth Center
Monthly three-on-three basketball tournaments
Ages 9-17

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MWR looking for sponsors for motorcycle rodeo

From Staff
NAS Jacksonville is hosting a
Safety Rodeo for motorcycles,
ATVs, personal watercraft,
and boats March 1 from 10 a.m. until
2 p.m. at NAS Jacksonville.
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR) is currently look-
ing for sponsors of safety apparel and
associated safety gear. Sponsors will

display merchandise that meets the
requirements of applicable military
Motorcycle safety apparel that
meets Department of Defense
requirements for use on board
Department of Defense installations
include Department of Transporta-
tion approved helmets, goggles and
face shields, sturdy footwear, full-fin-
gered gloves, riding jackets and pants

HIGH FIVE: Hard work from last year pays off

From Page 2

I've never met a Sailor who
didn't like a boss who
knew them by name and
would stop them and talk
to them about their lives.
Sailors, and people in
general, want to be recog-
nized for their work and
contributions and when a
boss takes the time to
show them appreciation, it
is always a benefit.
Bottom line: When we

lose one great Sailor, it is a
loss for our whole Navy.
And maybe if we took the
time to just show a little
more appreciation, there
would be one more reason
for our Sailors to stay
We've got a challenging
2006 ahead .of us and
between Fleet Thompson
and myself, we will try to
cover the challenges over
the next few weeks.
But if there is a particu-

lar subject you would like
for us to comment on just
let us know.
Keep up the great work
and continue to share your
"best practices" with the
force master chiefs, so we
can get them out fleet
We are doing lots of
great things, and it's a
shame to keep those great
things only within your
command. Keep working

and any items which improve visibili-
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mote proper safety merchandise fea-
tures and uses are highly desired.
For more information on sponsorship,
please contact MWR Marketing
Director Shannon Leonard at 542-
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Candidates needed for EMBA program

From the Navy College Office

A n executive master of business
administration (EMBA) distance
earning degree program is being
offered at NAS Jacksonville beginning in
March. The Naval Postgraduate School
(NPS) defense-focused EMBA is a 24-
Imonth Navy-funded part-time graduate
program that includes a financial manage-
.ment concentration. The program is tar-
geted for mid to senior grade active duty
,unrestricted line (URL) officers (04 select,
, 04 and 05) who are unable to attend
NPS residential graduate programs.
All non-URL officers (04 select, 04 and
05) and civilians (GS 13 and 14) who apply
,will be considered for admission into the
program on a space available basis, with
officers having priority.
The program begins with a one-week
TAD resident program at the NPS campus
in Monterey, Calif. Official travel orders
and funding for TAD travel will be provid-
ed by the student's parent command.
During the resident week, students will
take a two-credit-hour course in managing
teams. The NPS program is scheduled for
the week of March 6-10. A block of rooms
has been reserved at the Navy Lodge
Monterey for all attendees, and bus trans-
portation will be provided to and from
daily classes at the NPS campus to mini-
mize costs.
NPS faculty members will use video tele-
conferencing (VTC), the Internet, and
other distance learning modes to teach the
follow-on courses. Students will meet in
VTC-capable classrooms once a week dur-
ing normal duty hours for six to seven
hours of instruction, taking two classes per
quarter for eight quarters.
Students enter the EMBA program as a
cohort and will take all courses together as
a learning team. Occasional absences due
to TAD/mission requirements are factored
into the course planning; however, all stu-
dents must recognize that attending class-
es with their respective cohorts is manda-
tory to complete the degree requirements.
VTC instruction will begin during the
week of March 27. Days for scheduled
classes will be posted on the EMBA Web
site when confirmed.
Eligibility requirements include an
undergraduate degree from an accredited
four-year college or university, a 2.6 or
greater GPA (academic profile code of 245),
department head or mid-level manage-
ment experience, strong potential for pro-
motion and full command support. The
Graduate Management Admission Test is
not required.

Priority will be given to officers who do
not already have a graduate degree funded
using Department of Defense assistance.
Individuals desiring to participate in this
program must be able to complete the full
24-month program in Jacksonville.
Graduates will be awarded an executive
master of business administration degree
from NPS. Additionally, officers will be
assigned a 3100p subspecialty code, finan-
cial management defense focus.
Officers participating in this program
shall agree to remain on active duty follow-
ing completion of graduate studies (or after
disenrolling from the program) for a period
of up to three times the number of months
of education completed, up to a maximum
obligation of 36 months.
This obligation is discharged concurrent-
ly with any other service obligation
already incurred. This agreement does not
obligate the Navy to retain the officer on
active duty. If an officer fails to complete
the period of active duty specified in the
agreement, such officer will reimburse the
U. S. Government for cost of the education
received, prorated for the obligated time
Similar service obligation and reim-
bursement provisions apply to civilians
admitted on a space available basis.
Civilians will sign a continued service
agreement according to the code of federal
regulations, Title V CFR Section
410.309(b)(2), that requires a period of
service that is equal to at least three times
the length of training.
The application deadline is Jan. 20 for!
the March cohort. Submit applications
with command endorsement in the format
provided on the EMBA Web site located at The fax
number for submission is (831) 656-
3630/DSN 756.
Note: military personnel must provide a
signed statement from their detailer that
confirms their projected rotation date can
accommodate the 24-month EMBA period
of instruction at the cohort site. This
statement will be a part of the application
More information about the NPS EMBA
can be found at the above Web site or by e-
mailing All potential
EMBA applicants are also strongly encour-
aged to submit an online interest form
available via a link from the EMBA Web
page at the earliest opportunity.

The Navy Wives Clubs of
America, NWCA Jax #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
#300 meetings are held the sec-
ond Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education
Building at 5900 Ricker Road.
For more information, call 387-
4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 38 meetings
are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470
Madeira Drive, Orange Park,
Fla. For more information, call
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 @
Parents Without Partners
meetings are held the second
Sunday of every month at 7 p.m.

at The Country Cabin restaurant
located on Blanding Boulevard.
This organization is open to any
single, divorced, separated, or
widowed that have children of
any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site
at or call
307-6261. The meeting for
December is cancelled.
The MOMS Club of
Jacksonville Orange Park /
Westside holds their business
meeting the second Thursday of
each month from10-11 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 Angela
Adams at 688-0077 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 St. Augustine Spring
Art and Craft Festival will be
held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m. at the Special
Events/Francis Field near the
St. Augustine Visitor's Center.
More than 150 exhibitors will be
at the event. For more informa-
tion, call (904) 824-0716.

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 meas-
ure f6r the avoidance of personal and fam-
ily 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
accommodations or handicapped access is
required, please notify FFSC upon regis-
The following workshops are available
in January and February:
Jan. 23-26, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program workshopp

Jan. 24, 9 a.m.- Anger Management
Feb. 2, 10-11:30 a.m. First Time
Homebuyer's Strategies Workshop
Feb. 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program Workshop
Feb. 14, 9 a.m. noon Stress
Management Workshop
Feb. 23, noon 1:30 p.m. Cary Buying
Strategies Workshop
Feb. 27 March 2, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program Workshop
Feb. 28, 9 a.m. noon Anger
Management Workshop
For further information or to register,
call 542-2766, Ext. 12T.

Preparing to launch

Photo by DMSN Joshua Colon
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the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Dec 14. This is VS-
24's last deployment due to the squadron being decommissioned in 2007 with the retire-
ment of the S-3B Viking aircraft. Roosevelt and embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight (CVW-
8) are currently underway on a regularly scheduled deployment conducting maritime
security operations.

Ceremony to honor Speicher scheduled

A ceremony to honor Capt. Scott
Speicher will take place Jan. 17, the
15th anniversary of his disappear-
ance. All Navy active duty, Department of
*Defense civilians, retirees and family
members are invited to attend and pay
tribute to this local Navy hero.
Speicher is a Jacksonville resident who
is listed MIA/captured and has been miss-

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Jacksonville Firefighters Hall at 625
Stockton Street at 7 p.m. For more infor-
mation, visit http://speichervigil2006. intro.php, or contact
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Local park

offers classes
The following are upcoming
classes at Westside Regional
Park Nature Center located
across the NAS Jax Main Gate
at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard. All
classes require advance reser-
vations by calling 573-2498.
Wee Workshop: Seed Safari
Today 10-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee nature explor-
ers (aged 7 years and under)
and their adult companions to
join in a seed safari! We'll be on
the hunt for all types of seeds
and use clues to help us discov-
er what type of plants these
seeds will become.
History of Fiber in
Northeast Florida
Jan. 18 1-2:30 p.m.
Learn the importance of natu-
ral fibers to the residents of
Florida, from the Timucuan
Indians and first European set-
tlers to the present. Each family
will leave with a drop spindle,
wild cotton boll, and pocket-
weaving project.
Hooray for Homeschoolers:
Let's Celebrate Arbor Day
Jan. 20 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Trees play an important role in
the health and well-being of all
of us. Learn about the many
useful products derived from
trees and the importance of pro-
tecting our natural woodlands.
The first 10 registrants will
receive a potted Red Buckeye
Snake Savvy
Jan. 26 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Do you know how to tell the
difference between venomous
and non-venomous snakes?
Learn what you can do to stay
safe around snakes and their
important role in the balance of
Coffee With The Birds
Jan. 30 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Picture yourself relaxing
inside a climate-controlled build-
ing with your morning cup of
coffee or tea and looking out our
large picture windows at the
birds visiting our birdfeeders.
What a great way to start out
your day. Beverages provided.


volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a
charitable organization that pro-
vides new clothing to needy indi-
viduals and families is looking
for volunteers. For more infor-
mation, call Peggy McDonald,
636-9455 or email pmcdon-
aid @
Greeters wanted
The Jacksonville and the
Beaches Convention and
Visitor's Bureau is looking for
volunteers to meet and greet
visitors to the Jacksonville area.
For more information, call Patti
O'Neal at 421-9158.
Become a docent
The Cummer Museum of Art
& Gardens Docent Corps needs
you! Volunteers are needed to
dedicate one morning ,each
week to give school tours. The
Cummer Docent Corps provides
an invaluable service to the
museum and to its visitors. From
monthly training lectures to the
finished tour, docents use a
combination of important histori-
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to bring works of art to life. If you
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please contact Susan Gallo by
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HabiJax opportunities
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volunteers for various construc-
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tion, call Bonnie Golden at 798-
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o294 Fernandina/ 320 Westside 320 Westside 322 Argyle 330 Beaches 330 Beaches 335 Orange Park 335 Orarge Park/ 335 Orange rark
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Brand new single family ALL YOU NEED IS $500 TO PONTE VEDRA BEACH FSBO Grove Pk 1105 Elm
SAMELIA ISLAND ,i FSBO 3/2/2,1660sf. MURRAY HILL 2/1, Den, home ready for imme- MOVE IN2/2 PVB condo, Summer House /2H,/22, fpl, 2Grvear, 1700+sf
Private develop- w/Florida rm, deck 1248sf, fncd yd, quiet diate occupancy, 4/2 /2 hdwds, attcd gar, pool, 1033sf, All Amenitites, ARAVA. BRAND NEW. On Seller to cgar, to $3000 FSBO MAGNOLIA POINT
Private 4/2 custom overlooking lake, 7 n'hood. 1182 Dancy St. car gar 21 97sf, small gated, seller pays clsng $240,000.904-221.2450 pond. Lease to own. 3/2 Buellertopayupito$3 fes 4/2.5 2500sf, on golf
b. mlt 4/rcsumtue miles from main $125K. 904-463-1791 lake in back. $279,990. cost, sub to lender 1440sf, 2car gar, inBullyersicofsi n course & lagoon
trees, nook, din. rm, $189,900. 904-778-7402
V OHnCG~emetS berberbuti e kak 19e.003 yOea78-n7 Ow. Call 305.984.9293 qual., $279, 00 372.9052 P Saewroair/ $1050m. 888-825-4736 Cell:29 27/ 854 75,000.904-874-1327
Organizations A 3/2, fpl, hdwd firs, Irg concreted block w/ $429,900. Liz9042242000
Organizations i o LAKESHORE AREA, SBO Crystal Sprgs E. Sub. 3/2 mtr, big lot in culdesac detached garage, wrk SHOP THE BEACHES
05 Dating and Services R emod 4/2, $17900. culdesac, pond, sunrm, B1YtOW. N 04-45-1 s eth mlet tr 6ch S S H BEACHES .
O7 Telephone Dating 30 Avondale/ 5207 Sunderlan Rd tile, new roof 1 508 9900. 904-545-9918 hp t to sc Serrano Wa. FSBO
Services Ortega 868-7472/412-6442 $169,900. 904.b2347275 -3247.9407281 3/725H.omt037a MGhr03 / 2arS
.10 Happy Ads 3 North /7259 $260Kobo. 904249-'9215
,15LostandFound AVONDALE brick 3/2 Buying a Home? 325 Jacksonville FSBO WALK TO OCEAN -l
20 notices 1550sf remod kit, hdwd Contact hour VA neburg
25Personals & tile firs, behind park, Contact your VA $ e..- 904-613-9896 $275.900 33 dl
30Tickets 1723 Pinegrove Ave. Home Loan Expert- ID: tmw9867
35Travel/Rides $270K. Eric 465-3797 t un r iI ,0. BY OWNER, No Banks Laue M. Potter i Jax Bch O'nfront Condo Needed 3/2 exc cond, Buling
A5 onra900/976Services ad 7795 .r c YNCM (USN Ret) 5B Newly remodvled1/ 2SStory, o$189,500.
47 Dating Services ground level. 762-9036 904-371-2728
BYrOWNER., No Banks
SEntertainment Southside Buying, Selling or Needed 3/2 exc cond Ridaught Landin 3/2, LR
Services re. rfinancing?r Contact 9 4 JAX BCH S. Immaculate R, oar, Ig lot, cu desac.
C t3 Grt Schls. AS IS $139,900.
130 forany H mofyour m n3/25% 2StoryStucco, Ig 904-40r6 y-6000/89.-7983 S
1050 GLYNLEA RD. 3/2, Laie for any your BYOWNER, NoBanks mature yd upgrades, 904-406000/8917983 .,
LBR/2Aurieh anyi bofyou Rnead to n.'34 9K
0954sf remod, bc on$185K. e'r I _.. n -.:
120 Notices 1724-0880 for pic m 904)448-9330 x225 financing needs, including Needed 3/2 hdw 0 ea re A. Orange Park
1203904)448-9330rx2trig teaBreeeAve.OrangeoPark/ 10-1,rn....k-F 300 Cell 463-2065 VA, HA, homcast.nt ell (904) 463-2065 VAe equity or $78,500. 904-371-2728 904-918812 335 ay "
DIVORCE DEERWOOD great value Email: lauripotter conventional loans. INVESTOR SPECIALI Ocean Cay in Jax Beach
AMERICAN STYLEI 4/. 36968sf, open fir countywideco 2 home w apt mmaculate03br/2ba + 3Story TH overlooking --,U
uncontested plan, g sunrm r, fg lot Website over garage. Sold AS IS office 2185sf rg lanai St. Johns River 2386st,
Divorce papers $549,900 90414103 hoecountrywide.cm932681st Ave. Net Price overlook lagoon. 4/3.5, 2 balconies, 1
Without kids (while you $64,9007.477-1034 637 Bonaire Cir. patio, comm. pool &
wait) With Kids (a little EAST HAMPTON 4/2 10575 lauriepotter -wiu0'yisww $459,900. 904-242-7932 club hse $340K 626-0398
longer) Since 1981/by Roundwood Glen Ct. Unbelievable! No pay- ".... "ar
appt only 2160sf +18x9 scrn tanai, 56132 San Jose Blvd. HOE LOANS ments at all for
(90441-2187 split fir p m Jacsonvile, FL 32207 67.99 703 Ro
Accident?ArrestDivorce? East Hampton FSBO RtWtN HOf UT t ililar Relocadon Specialis ALL BC
AAA Attorney Referral Svc 10iJ Cr,:,n Glen Cir8 E-OPEN HOUSE
1o800-7335342,24sHRS. 2. 207'1si. 2 c ar,, ga *g CDR NC('e,) Hidden Oaks Ranch 904-291-9312
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She Hamlet ,n Norman-dy Area rct L b ) 21Silver Creek 904-406-2042
TAMPA BAY _.__ __ handsome 2028 S.F. Brick Home with hardwood -, ', ,iil. ir re 0- -204
BUCCANEERS 306 Inl-acoas.ial 1 floors, screened Lanai and Pool. $270,000. e l Fox Hill Farms 904-693-6574
0 8-All Sections Avail 64 3BR/2BA with split bedrooms, appliances and fenced Pinecrest 904-786-4551
MARSH SOUND FSBO 4 3 Watson Realty Corp
2322sf, split fr plan,Ig J yard. Take 110, exit south on Chaffee, left on Crystal Watson Corp ,, r r r
Sfncd yd, S358K. 534- 3188 S springs, left on Blair, right on Hamlet, right to 10201 Orange Park, FL 32003 m
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16 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 12, 2006
335 Orange Park/ 340 st.Johns 355 Condominiums 365 Manufactured 35 Fre 380 Investment 390 Rea Estate 410 Condominiums420 Houses
NEWConcreteblock NEAR W -in Sevia Homella BrandNew 0 Investment WHOLESALEPROPERTIES ANY CONDITION... $835-$1450mo resh paintw/d h's,
l aty 0County w oc ni. umts'3 6 3 Acreage Properties Wanted Apartments ie o a
sL RBEAUTIFw 2.5 never lived n. MOVING MU EL A 7.44,EFixe 904-626-1636 4BUYConSmnim PONTE VEDRA O 2 wd,

PreB.fer8K. 233.1159 WGV/HeritaMe Landing 119L PLv. 5S3.7765 CALL JOnN 291.0716 385 Miscellaneous 904-A813-O5253 412 RetiremeBtt dn osim op Brand new 3Br/2BOBaU
iOrange ParkSouth offof Neulingtn Crk3.5,4borg STONEBRIDGE 3/ S16sd e SAESPRSO Paved road close in 2/"'1+cn* l, RENTAL BLOWOUT 2p s
3BR/12A 1/3 AC $000 i n Crk,4br +r GMove in ready mined. a HoetS3c r r ad i. Avace HOUSES CASH Summerhouse Beleza aa. poh f nced a
cash or buyer. bonus room, 2.5b, Hardshi prce. 995m.or aHalf.Won'tlast nice building site. 2149 Yulee StHOUSES CH et
$124,900. Call 264.576 2424sf. gated commu- o69s e. 407-99-094 $695 per month. $149,500. 870-892-6666 Any condo, handymannAvi $5 O dep. 287-96
nity $418K 904-230.4464 Call Mr. Bradley 904.768-3324 607-87450 fre damaged, ea ini- Eb b a OB HL BL toOP
OAKLEAF 3/2 $175K -.?, -.1 1 _1 -. 1 1 ,a -_1 874-1862 or 291-3100 distressed, vacant ort & Cottages OP-BAY HILL BLVD., 2/2
NEW Conce block NEAR WGV -in villa laloBaoso ccupied0 ANmYWHERE, for Rment al Jn. o car gar, new apple,
2nW Cvon r b te lon credit accetedall 37 s for ale o oneown Th ain Service PVB Ocean Links Walk m or Lease Pur-
condo,alla w/ 628 Prto hristo leaseplan MUST SELL 3BR 2BAI a 380 Investment WHOLESALE PROPERTIES i COI eIN
elev. g4558000 purchase, brand new & location. 268-1711 D/W and Land Home. Properties Learn Real Est. Investing Apts/comm'l/resdentlaDI MakenYOur9Deal5Today75 $750/mo 904-5234-2369
adg ng 9 414 ay cl Boa o32n0 R & stainless w.acaa.c NO DEALTOO BIG or 400AparSIDentsTUDIO JeAknnoeal od BRa RD 50m
nhome 3/2o low down4 Stainless Steel Appl. It's Free! 904-3990463 TOO SMALL II! Furnished NllJenni Er9178Ne l m rem d dPB ar 1a0489f $035
OPCC61HTD,4/4+ no bank qual. 299.9k S'SIDTheLandin Great Jacksonville Loca- Quick closings or 4Aptments ar 1496sf, 1
Bonus, FR/LR/DR+Lib. 613-5617 Lake view, SS app fpl, tion, Little Down, Easy Quick closings or 405Apartments orLease purchase
3+gar, L lot on 3T/Wtr/ scr prch, uprds. Financing, Won't Last 904- 626- 1636 410Condominiums PONTE VEDRA available 941 650-4459
Presv.$528K. 233.1159 WGV/Heritage Landing $119.9k.o Motr. 553- 7765 CALL JOHN 291.0716 385 Miscellaneous 904- 813- 5253 412 Retirement 2/2, gated community.
ai- WGV/Heritage Cheap, hpMovaed rtommunies No pets, no smoking. OP Brand new 3r/2

hi es nbwspa ere e rebyn t2 55 Ir, do k Cgathouse .. .Z -nci and ati m.dn 2.9 25 n 9lt0 4-387-e f54
SR2203R2B-pen Floor added features patio etc ated, many amentes& Need Eergetic Salesperson seor Lease purchases

tooll-fmeetelephoane MARSHkVIE wit~hTitle Call 771-905S. o 4AC HUNTERSsDREAM es11 *.i' 420 Linfurnishedh c r BA d 3 35
-pln. T2 cargarage, sien FSBO $329K. 904-940-9266 grades poo for Home Sales. Top 1.
great room$170,000. $170K. 9omad0elhBeeisL 4n41 Comm and Health Benefits425Manufactured Summer House. 2/2 all 64459
203Cal90225-2 Foreclosure Ready To Sell? Homes mined Occp $895mo. ORANGE PARK 3/2

no be'r~or~e~er t ehpha $220K Call 90 225.2524 O"^ RIu 4, F^ D* HOC^ L -ICall 61 9- 9. *r2 $500 Down U OWN s yEaRd firnac2e
r TrJnetr1 lnSasnu ToSetOl5n UpAND Appt. OM dAI am ready to buy now. 427 Mobile Home Lots e ome
SPUBLISHER'SwNOTICEt 3 manufactured i NCall619-933-26. FencedYardfireplace,
All real estate a365 Manufatd Sa or Sl A a, e, 430 Roommates PONTE VEDRA E. of AIA 904 18 mo
Al rea estatRHomes SELLING YOUR MOBILE IHMi r ,- condition or situation. 435 Rooms to Rent 2/2 fpl, w/d. 1 c. gar,
rising int. this n.wi Dn : HOME? TOP CASH!! Old House Call Frank 350-9529 440 Beach/Vacation/ $1100mo call 285-1164 ORANGE PK $985m 2/2
O beautiful ehab Draw Up Front et e $o
eis subject toe A-READYTO OCCUP or Newor Assume Loan .Rehab Draw FPar 2cgar, new. pl, remod
Call 730-8606 Resorts0 ac AR/2GATFPLC + dep.ref to OF,
maks i g t Co e. 9'& O'ceigs+ NoPre- Pay Pen aties .800-817-9120 445Storage/Mini- patio, court yard, E. O al.612-247.1694
makvertse it legal to wtall.9Heated .....o.l......-......6 *o NOJunk Fees 800 7-S
ertis rer- 0all. Heated pool. 3 & 2 br home 36-Hourosings Lockers ARA new, pet ok,
ence limit n or In e fa lD L 450 Management/Rental $1500/mo. 904-861-8140 PM COST Bad n
T locate d on the Westside 3Br/2Ba, 2cg. 1966sf,
crim nat colorreligioncredit acsor Sale ZNoMoney eBedrooms Tle Services PVB Ocean Links Walk $100m or Lese P ur-
Country Living in Callahan Emma9047-90or Give us a c l 904 9 455 Wanted to Rent toBch2,300sf,2nd chase AvL 1
gin, or an intention, to pasture partially fenced. HECKSCHER DR water Septic, Garden Tub,1, fl, scn p
make any such pref- 2004DWMHwith240 frntgoinvestmt1 AC. Central Heat and Air amen., cook to
erence, limitation or 4/2Ba, Large family room & A1tmor eMan ytmoretextras,tcall ForClassifiedA lvertising, 4o0.Apartments7$150Omor/eaecor- -
JeanS 904-472-3614 9 I04c4s-\433 e eall 9-36200 SAWGRASS BEACH CLUB chase Avl. 941-6S594459
discrimination. rec. room with wet bar & 20052/2 Semi Ret Jean 904-472-3614 04-448-0433 04 nsie r .S.o ia
Famlia status FP. R d 2005 2/2 Semi RU1111. Gal 0-36630 400 tAWGrASn BEACH29 CLUBo Ne w 94 ome.5
F d 2 1 Gated omm. Front 904 t737.0u44Grnished Efficiency, Furnishedl 2
includes chdrenunder eat Price Must e deck on shaded lot. N'SIDE 140'X200' Fritz or -800-254637. a SIDE 1150 Willow
SCall Brionna 783-2460 Rd. & Yellow Bluff, NorTHHSID Dc1-'l RIVER ^u's
the age 1 living with 04-8794194Cal Today all rionna783-2460 NORTHSIDECALL(904)751-151042-11 Branchapprox 3000sf
parents or legal custo- Sl Jw l f65K, 904-502c8809 lre 3Db eS 4/1 s5,$ I2 F0mor i.ti600
dianspregnant women $65K, 904 28809 iens ed t. p FListin dutifully furnishedale -

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and people securing .- l~ljj~l'/ 'L*G Lf.,',,Ja,- use 1ice,,,.,-. I,,n cos t3s 39."9 n ery Slpcouos ;45, great Sc
Custody of children350 Waterfront PUNAM CO. Some n AR ga, nextoB tohns T2 9243 RIVERSIDE
i iunder10li/ C rall E a wLakeGeorgeAccess.uw n-..otee C -3/2, CH&A, fncd, great
ud18Call Emm a 904 Brtram Realty5 Inc R en ent rseperatrly, condo $0 mo 2548
This newspaper will East Palatka t 7 1 9 0 5 5 r BaramRealty.Inc 904-662-4700 PhysSt. 744-2442
not knowingly accept ast Palatka ft. 91- 9 05 e904-534- 5832u o Rm d N
any advertising for real bulkheaded riverfront. 904-962-1086904-50-08Turnkey
estate which is in vin- Spacious 3br/2.5ba tri 3/2j opo 2 IS'E 2cgWATERFRONT Qu-ln paety e e hbar, pet rIS T otC in ,
aio ew*level home on 1.4acres, rllI ]. WATERFRONT .Q. b ec in' R Dere sewer, pest Brick, bedroom, w/d ..
ation of the lawOurHror cr Cheap, Cash. Motivated AL BCH 2-2BR Twnhms o ntro incl. no condo hardwoods, new apple.
readers are hereby Irg dock, boathouse w/ E.Z inc ing nd lo. o Ge ,:,.,n n -( PI t $795mo. O.P. Nh T r
Informed that a electric lift & Irg open :. r.p, ,,.&: wded lot. .:ll mIClub &P n Doe w 3/2, pool,
dwelling advertised in boat slip $849,00. r.6t, r, ,me. c i nlnt te. 5 .a esticlions r ni ondilions apply Aville on 4 unit propeti imyreiences only. Some pogms y not b2 se. s 1 J aranite. spacious livingD9 r 7 s
Onl Withsthis n wsp Shown by appointment 2. 5. doing business 2s Washington M Bnk FAny states a Wshiw
Soavailable oo only Watson Realityo l$1250mo.ae25a21 ae. No
opportunity basis, tolfreel-866-774-6733 HAPPYHN OL1 B0IDAYS 375 ar-.... .. ... eS1 .-. 2SEs00

1100 Seagate Ave'* Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 40469450 IA O / c wd d3S58I
complain of dis-or 386-326-3519 Westside community. Acreage d, r S B oean fro flors S rg 3 r, 2 car
Creek 0105m Ame all7d5 n rI, 4-3 50bm
n u im b e r a t Creek 1+ AC, all 60 AC. HUNTERS DREAM:N Li$3unished g eh 22! 4'3 ,n
1-800-669-777. The cleared hi gh &dry LAND HOME PACKAGES Ware Co. PLArTED225250 221 8323
toll-freetelephone $220KCal904-225-2524 24YRSE(P. ODWN. HOMES P INE H.,ri i ra a565 at Glen Kernan 3 tes
numberorithe hearing OF ME RIT4T -422SOREMAIL $12 000 0 424 n Rocy River Rd.
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/ RIVIERA PARKIWA1 I b ao 3 Garae no pets, /EHlie88-81 N/S only. 904422-8041
OPENNO MONEY DOWN* BCHSWolf creek Brand MANDARIN E 3/2,1700ofsq ACSTinon GAs
APAR M Nfront. 1186 Ovington LAND HOME PACKAGE 2t '2d c s Cl re avi7203/246
Thur -sun 1 -5. 3 2 a Wid application fee ...with Initirrt $ o c407-a99-0984 pearm nd $ Neroanwme 4/2.S
424-0444 .in 1,25 Lowe iln NORsHiDE .sQ s .,[ ". Most Presli ousp Riverhont w n1up, fncd yrd, no Call (904) 545-9223 -
8.o30-50 burg K-,sor. CAROLINA LAND! r,.- cn iS ae It Hihse l a n O 3munity
WATERFRONT lot with $t CDoo. n. 1;4es .:. .nter- y wooded e more.eda n scmooi es lo MAN RARN SH

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beautiful marsh view I Tn* nd'oti yor VA NO-NO 3/2 special, 221-5652 to
E HM NGf beautiful marsh ve .T -R' r422B 29' "I' 2 At 9e, oo, '. les PCSng renovated 3/1, $975mo
OPPORTUNIT$ $199K 904 318 5637 CALL(904)291.2135 319.693.898- r &3/1 w/gar, $950mo.
eLi *n On.ban line VA o ., 5 Amelia Island TH $1150. No pets. 563-5190
CABRAwFoRDCouT .. -9 . 1500st. 536-7916 3/2, AC,.great bch,
CRA0 L EWFORDCOG UN T beautiful views $2000 m
CALL OWNER i F A(904) .615 REF REQUIRED $995 778- 297 ST. AUGUSTINE-New 5/5

p C RA> Av e ;id/Ofc. sp 4/2ac for0sf, w/d hkp O ROOMATE WANTED
SM Integrity Home & Finance, Inc. K ac Lakefront.z
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"\ifrtl.cFesFL TIMBERLAND Avondale 2, 1. 2nd floor R29 id/Ofc. space for ST. JOHNS /CR210/Bapt.
8.FE T, 20C........onnte ........ 1/1wd./Ner 6[ rent. 755-4448 Hosp New 2/2.5TH, 1cgar
..angedtrroerr, l cated on t ee VnF,n2,nls h.:.spl c70m. ARL 3'1 w/d hu ch1/a cpt/ w/d2hkp, on lake, gated
SMilitary discounts FREE Washer & Dryer with new movensBEAUTIFULm ST. JOHNS CC -4/2, 2 cai
40l4 to Sa rEA UTSIDE in tCOMMUNITY. 2 ar100sf, off SR 210
404 362 8244 ,E Z Financing on 2/2 & 3/2 Bedrooms *,oS ,,I-,'W'ID ROM10 Af

$0 04 Rank/Gre:,WorkPhonARL 3 2 NrOg ten, /D, d: fp, tile firs built ins
XaSt. Regis PaperCompan).LLC 'Swimming pool, playground, basketball court :: ,.I. 2C :'.-, -, : r.F,. L. i 'c'r, $1S00cd. 904-377-3
$r6500R.9 r Sep.s904-377-3568
Cfll ie-You-Care-To-ELog l,O 'mland Estates )- ARLINGTON-L 2 Brand newgatedTH,3/3
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Give usda'call at20.-771-9055 NWCANBDUPLEX D. 'hse & fitn. ctr. Priv. ownr
THEF LEE'T24 n2oJr ,- ,'nh 2 1004 REF RLQUIRLD $595 778 2897 ATLANTIC BCH 3 2. ,0 973
If,0-m r', 2 2cargar~o.. ST.JOHNS GOLF&CC4/1
O T N o dh'l 1t ad/Barterm m too
DOWNkInTOrWN,.,:-,. I wm d a2700sf, 2car gar, lanail
ANaaI r,,:, i.Soi tmo .c ATLANTIC BEACH $2300m. 710-0957
1 ,;1 _. ri. T4/3.5, 3500sf home,
HUD Vouchers Accepted W Dh.,,oup.,uCH'A comm pool, play ground
\, l-lip. r, .LSIC11 .7il.ll'., it. hI ith bl'II a i.h Wiille5/5sN Large 1, 2, &.3 Bedrooms fl n-is in.. 68'lL, $,2,leo. $2100mo Cal 838-1928
CALL (904) 751 -1510 BUE.:n. 233 835,1 vILANO BCH Oceanfront
"/'J~i p]/lt Imh~hllr/lf SI n A ca 5. h d. ,CH&A $1500mo. 90*829-6659

-i;.BCHlH ipodges.New13 2 patio, Ig9fam rm,
oi Ifi 91)cl('111,s24.95!411. 130lMa "shLading ,,it.o#10, upTgHSIDES540.-S745 %1% ,. C. ;r, F20 s n $975mo. 904-465-4742
.e ickin~ie (904) 757-0240 32700"1100/mo
a S ASHLEY PARK APARTMENTS B R A N D N E W 2. 2 3/2, R1700s. N110/om
Coniffininq An IS ar hit-ksom'nji/c Th~itiool'jrl.e- upqrao.'SgoilfOAKLEAFPLANTATION
iflhiIIIIt ,fS.)l, 'No-Applica t ion F.e99 DepositpCHARplatoTE 4071pPebble Brook. 4/2.5

NRTHSD-:,- a06-5Sm, 273+3939 610-6460
NORTHSIDE3side Home For Rent
Ranmada Inn 10, 15, 20, 2 a, ,nd 'ear lerns ail'able on F is Large 2BR Apartments CLAYCQ. New4 2, ,., AdeamsHLae Fen3/2
a, -e i. 00MovesYouln! r,:, ,,u ,3: Cr- ly /Iggar, manykapp3
Mandarin lCALL(904) 751-1510 ..i:,. $122trr, -J2..71v avl.$1100m.n291-0890
o1-295 & San Jose Bhid *[No flliUuh1 uowii requueu N'side New Year Special meming Isl Eagle Harbor, W'SIDE NR O.P.2BR iBA
R STAU RANT 268.8080) Lon amounts tip to $417,000 R..s.r.,i,.:.n 0'1_Si. .1'?"0.-.-.?...2ERE

o Application or Loan Origination Fees pets2590Post St,t$500. -
613-0417/725-6072 Green Cv Springs/Silver
Crk. Brand new 3/2. Pond ARGYLE 14Xt60,2/1.5,
Website RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR, CH&A, view. all appl, w/d, macuzzi tub, piv, lot.
hardwd floors, clean, $1000+utii.904-234-951 $540m+$375dep.
dayfo --oilfoogoodn'hood, near hosp No pets. 778-1495
One, Bdo Sai AtC dyf mr f R'side'-Ig 1/1, priv end 2g, culdesac, Waterleaf, Bring your Tax Returns.
yd, all appl, $650mo. Guava 904-866-1431 No credit needed. Call
crse, open fir plan, Ire North//Westside 2/2 on
S'Side 3/2 condo. Newly mstr, 2cgar, pets neg. beautifulpriv lot in nice
Renovated w/ lots of $120Om. 904-230-4239 N'hood, $575mo + de
upgrades. Near 305-4898 or 771-2419
HOME LOANS Avenues. W/D,balcony, JCP New 4/2, new tile,
lkg la g& m, wI u m Double wide, 3/2, pool,
Programs suoi to (hatnge without note. Ceftin rietdons and conditoos apply. Avaiahble on 1-4 unit propestis, primal residences only. Some psogmims may not he $1200. off 1st mo. $ 39m, 422-6743tennis,$ 50+deposi
Must see. 673-5588. JUL CRK 3/2, 1300sf. 2car, 305-4898 or 771-2418
combined with others. Washington MUol Bank doing business as Washington M Iul Bonk FA-many stores ond a Washington Muiol Bonk WhlD, MT, SAN MARCO cpt & paint. Close to Westsldoe- 3BR/2BA
1 CALBR Speciall lot. $1250mo. 759-2521 private lot. No pets
IC allowed. Call 778-3863
APARTMENTS APARTMENTS SPRINGFIELD 1 & 2BR's preserve lot, amenities. side -
Seagate Nep) Avail. $350-$450/m0. $1250mo. Pets OK. 809 CH&A. Double$wide on
1100 Seagate Ave Neptune Beach (904) 249-5611 LAKEWOOD 3/2, fpic, wd ep. 374-3588 v mg
ST. AUG. BCH ocean front floors, SS Appliances, W'side -Irg 3/4br, 2 car
ga apt. AC. great bch, $1OOmo 3/1 updated, gar, ch/a w/fpl, fen bk
beaut$fu views 51000 25.32542 d,' avail, 2/15 $950m
+ dep. ref. 904-384-7954 A m a dep 374-3588
WFSTSIDE off 295: 2/1 Park or Southside

__ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ Mand/9A 1700sf, 3/2,fpl, 9A/UNF Room w/priv. '
w/d2Fabath. $525m+$100dp.
410 Condominiums fun1y2m cw/lakevw, util. lcI. 904-742-0220
Historic-AvondaMTAtS. Blvd/Kernan-Share
"Your/BESTLoan Program" OCEANFRONT VIEW MAND. PT. LN 3BR/2BA, 4/2 home. DSL & all util.
Your BEST Loan ProgramSeascape, 2br condo ch/a, kit. eqpt, fen yd. inc[. Very gd area $140wk
Cabana & Garage no pets, $1100mo N/S only. 904422-8041

APARNMENSS new 2/2.5, never lived in. ft, vaulted ceilings Cbl av1 728-0393/246-4487
61E*,NO waiting period to make application Move in ready immed. w/skylights & ceramic
389-317__. NO application fee ...withntegrity$4paodtio, alarm sys, w/d $395 mno. 379-4717 NS
389-3179- -- -.. Lower Closing Costs ...with Integrity o.P. 3 -/2 Seasons at hku% Igmstr suite & W/ 4/2 ,' .
":0M Park Ave. All new his/!erbathrm w/2 Ig MAN. L 4/2 Nm, fpl.
8:30-530 M-F ..: .- Closing costs assistance ...with Integrity everything. w/d, walk-in closets, gar- W/D, cb ,no dep $350
The Best Interest Rates ...with Integrity wooded view & more. darin schools & local MANDARIN SHARE
C 24-hour loaned oarovalse1-r295/1-95. Rent price 4-3-21

-- -- 276-644uri umen.0$fh5 e all 9

Name (please print): Signature: -./ N'Side New House
O.P. -brand new, 4/2, 15winUtoiol oties .
SADVERTISING next to Argy Elem Eem.L 1/2 Utilities. $400.
RULES 1. Free advertising in the Fleet Market is restricted to active duty and retired military 6. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a business or which do not meet the above $f295-$i 23'6- 9889 No Smoking or Drugs. Call
personnel (or their dependents) and civilian employees assigned to Naval Air requirements will be billed.The publisher reserves the right to omit any or all ads. o.P. -st. Johns River ORAN PARK
arro/3.5 ,panara mic view ORANGEPARK
Please fill OUt Station, Jacksonville. 7. Additional readership in other publications can be arranged.for a nominal fee by calling d o/ 'kP,an $2am400 m Room for Rent
this form in 2. Advertising in the Fleet Market is a free service provided by the publisher to help 366-6300 or 1-800-258-4637 (toll free), or enclosing your phone number. 264-1425 rIn$400/mod d, all uti
qualified personnel dispose of unwanted personal articles. Service ads such as 8. Faxed ads will be accepted at 904-359-4180, however, they must be completed on an -.P. OWells Ridge area, washy er and der, no
black or blue ink. sharing rides to work or on leave, announcing lost and found items, and garage original form. 0nice, $12-o793 $ ROOM FOR RENT
sales will be accepted.ADS PERTAINING TO GUN SALES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Select the number of weeks ad is to run: Q 1 wk Q 2 wks L 3 wks L4 wks OAKLEAF -New lake ti 3 blocktlo omn
DEADLINES FREE. CHILD CARE PROVIDERS CANNOT DISCRIMINATE. REAL ESTATE ADS WILL To renew your ad after the allotted time, you must re-submit your ad to Jax Air News. 1805sf, $1195. mo. Call Jan. 1st, 215-RYS GA.9
BE LIMITED TO ANNOUNCEMENT OF HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT BY QUALIFIED NOTE: (1) This form must be clipped (not torn) along the outside border. (2) No, more than OCEANWAY-across beautiful house.
JAX AIR INDIVDUALSWITH PERMANENT HANGE OF STATION (PCS) R "FFICIALLY one word (orabbreviation for oneword) per block. (3) Onlytwo free ads per family, per high schoomiN euic e back yard,
INDIVIDUALS WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION(P) OR 'OFFICIALLY o delm/middle school, eit x quisite b and-
A REASSIGNED" ORDERS. REAL ESTATE ADS MUST CONTAIN ONE OF THOSE STATE- week. (4) Select the category for the ad by referring to the Classified Index. 4/2.5,. study, formal scraping. Beautiful
Ir/drcombo,famrmw/gas community Great
NEW S MENTS INTHE BODY OFTHEAD OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE BILLED. afp bfnookcvrdprchw/ opportunity! 3 mtn.
Slakeview, 2834sf,$1600/mo from 1-95, 30 m n to
3. All information requested must be included and readable. All ads should be written Category: call Benny Jax. 3 mn from Kings
BOB. 258 .3424/360. 613 "2486 B aky. $ + 1/2
independent of other information contained on this form. or Kurt 904307-3023 48 Tl ALLy W DO e it.
4. Ads received after the above time will run in the following week's issue. PS OP/NAS 3/2 /1 W/D $500 912-441-4020 for more
N oo n 5. Completed forms should be delivered or mailed to the Fleet Market, Jax Air News, Code O /H S3 2/ W D$ 0 4/stmg e. & Norme andy/ details.-
OOG, Box 2, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL 32212, or to Jax Air News, OP/Oir 2. avail 2/4/06 268-0113 Beach/
Monday One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32202 P avail now, from Resorts
One Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville FL 32202 $1295-$1495 514-1038 Resorts
OP/Oakleaf Plantation OCEAN FRONT CONDO,
Brand New 3/2, Cer. Tile lAugustine$595wk.
vLgKit. Manyamenities 352-376-9644 www.t
avi.$1100m. 937-643-1729

Ja Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, January 12, 2006

Real Estate
500 Commercial/
Industrial for Sale
sos Commercial/
Industrial for Rent
507 Commercial/
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
for Sale
515 Retail/Office Space
for Rent

500 Industrial
For Sale
BCHS Property zoned
comm. C2, 5700sf Bldg,
Sell or lease 4COP
Liquor Lic. optional.
Owner fin. 285-4459
Producing Mobile Home
Lots 904-241-0657

505 Industrial
For Rent
800soft, $650 NO dep.
4455 Sunbeam Rd.
737-3962 or 403-9668
5A0 Businesses
5 1 For Sale

Beach Blvd. cleint base,
fin avail, $25k 509-3438
WASH on high traffic St.
for sale. $659,900 incl.
R.E. Lv msg 223-6705
for sale. No Franchises
or royalty fees. Great
loc. low over head. All
equipt incIld. $89,000.
Sandwich- Coffee Shop
Exc oppty, dwn twn
$65K obo, great loc no
brokers, 654- 5895

510 Office Space
d1 cchFor Sale

1200SF, Exc Location
$175,000 Call 564-2252

5i1 Office Space
Sco.t For Rent

Individual ofc or bldg
-for lease furnished,
24hrsec. 904-652-9004
Bridge/Atl. Blvd 5min. to
Dwntwn. 2000+sf, 2021
Art Museum Dr. 759-4609
Starting at $262/mo.
Orange Park, FL.
800-658-0050 ext. 17
WSIDE Office.
Ideal for small church.
Call Andy 477-2288
1300 sf5$13 psf full svc.
Utils. & Janitorial. incl.
Scott or Tom 384-3666

550 Business
555 Distributorships/
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
or Borrow
570 Mortgages Bought
and Sold

-55 Business
- Opportunities

Beach or $140k SS.
Call-24/7 993-2578

Education and
600 Private Instruction
605 Schools
610 Specialty Training/

605 Schools
Medical Career
Want to help people?
Train in less time '
than you think
Career Service Available
Financial Aid available
for those who qualify.
Training Includes an
For a Brochure call now!
Sanford Brown Institute
10255 Fortune Pkwy, ste 501
Jacksonville, FL, 32256

1 Week Day Class Feb 6
8 Week Eve Class March 15
Superior Instruction
Florida Real Estate institute

702 Customer
702 Service

CSR F/T- team player
w/PC skills, reliable
transpt benefits
or call 996-0233

705 Financial
MANAGER Must have
some exp in either car
or motorcycle industry
EMAIL cawestl@

706 Accounting/
7 Bookkeeping

ofc. FT/PT. Starting pay
$12/hr dep. on exp. Call
Mary 781-1040 or Fax
resume to 904-693-3373

He best bargam
in lawn.
For Classified Advertising,
call 904-366-6300,
or 1-800-258-4637.

707 Driver
A CDL Drivers

Want More Home Time?
0ft the respect you deserve!
Brown Trucking Co., a
southeast regional
carrier Is now leasing
owner operators for
our Jacksonville, FL.
99% pre- loaded.
80% drop and hook.
Home most nights
& weekends.
Must be 25 yrs old with
3 yrs exp.& a clean MVR.
1.800 241-5624 ext. 106
Or apply online at

8 Class A F/T
drivers needed!
Call GPC driving
443-7377 for instant

I ., Company
'l Drivers
l $1000 Sign on
Owner Operators
$2000 Sign on Bonus*
*Paid First 2 Weeks
WANTED! Drivers w/2
or moreyrs exp. &
Class A CDL- Hazmat
Home most wknds
Co. starting pay
0/OP pay $.90/mile
+ fuel supplement
$.01 Safety Bonus
Medical Dental 401k
-$25 Wkly Serv. Bonus
SPaid Vac & holidays
Optional Health Care
Programs that include
a 100% Company Pd
Premium Prog,
Optional Per Diem Pay
Program@ $52.00 /day
55DM Call
arerI3SSGreg @
800-723-3424 for info

Drive your late model
p/u, van or SUV. F/T
and P/T avail. Gas
allowance and

CDL class A, Middelburg
DRIVER- class A CDL,
with Hazmat 3 yrs
experience. Clean
criminal bkgrd & MVR

Drivers wanted.
Make $500 to
$800 per week.
Late model
Beaches, St Aug and
Call 493-5222 ask for
Tim Collins

Exp in handling 24'
truck needed 3 nights I
per week from Jax to
Columbia SC. I
Roundtrip, departing
at 6pm. Good driving
record, exc pay,
Please call

For Roll Off truck. Drug
Test required. Starting
pay $1ll/hr Call 696-7843
or 696-9708
Exp FUEL DRVR needed
for highway construc-
tion company near
airport. CDL w/HAZMAT
required Min. 3-5 yrs
exp Call M-F 7-5 (904)
251-4998 or fax resume
to 904-696-6530
minorities encouraged
to apply. Great ben-
Independent Contractors
Consolidated Delivery
and Logistics is cur-
rently recruiting Inde-
phendent Contractors in
e Jacksonville area.
We currently need
cargo vans and 16 foot
box trucks to deliver
packages for a National
Office Supply partner
and we are looking for
cars, mini-vans and
pickup trucks for cou-
rier routes. You deter-
mine your own income
by how much energy
and skill you put into It.
If you are ready to
become a part of the
most exciting company
in the transportation
industry call Paul, Eric,
Bill or Darren at
904-475-0846 or apply in
person at 900 Canal
Street and partner with
an industry leader.
Immediate permanent
position, 3 yrs min exp.
Class B drivers license.
Whitley Steel Co., Inc. is
offering health ins, paid
holidays, vac and profit
sharing plan. Apply in
person only to 610 U.S
01 South, Jax,.FL
Para Transit Drivers
Para Transit drivers needed.
Min age 23. Competitive
And benefits. Mvr and
background check req.
Call 493-5222
to sell and deliver
flowers on an estab-
lished florist route In
Savannah and other
Florida areas. Apply in
person at Loops Nurs-
ery & Greenhouses,
2568 Old Middleburg Rd.
Earning potential
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
vided CDI training for
those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
Renee at 866- 374-0764


Professional, courteous,
Independent courier
w/rellable vehicle.
Full or P/T. You control
what you earn.

Call Tom M-F 9am 4pm


707 Driver
VAN DRIVER- needed.
1/2 driving. 1/2 other
duties, Drug Free EEOC
Prefer clear driving
record. Start $8.50 hr
Apply at 2252 Dennis St
between llam-2pm

We have 7 B-Class
f/t positions to fill
I Call GPC driving I
S 443-7377 for an I
Instant Interview

710 Industrial/
s Trades

wanted full time,
benefits. available
Call 713-9600

needed for RNC and
Change Outs. Good
driving record a must.
Great pay and benefits,
Apply in person at Air
Systems 2815 St Johns
Bluff Rd.
a growing site contrac-
tor/road builder in the
JAX area seeks exp'd:
Finish grader operators
SHeavy equipment
'Truck drivers
*Skilled laborers
Competitive salaries &
wages. Exc. benefits.
Fax resume to Field.
Office (904) 726-5991 or
call (904) 726-5990
an expanding site con-
tractor/road builder in
the JAX area seeks expd:
*Field Engineer/Asst
Project Manager(s)
igradinq. concrete.
underground & paving)
Competitive salaries &
wages Excelleni ben-
eriIs. Fax resume to
Corpc.rate 352 384 0262

Mobile Painter Combo/
Techs (3) needed for
major auto dealerships,
car rental companies &
body shop. Consistent
Say. Valid DL required.
acation & Benefits.
Call David @ 904273-0061

LABORERS- depend-
able individuals, DL a
MUST. Lg hrs, good pay.
Call Jackie 904-924-8664
for custom shop. 5 years
experience required

Health benefits
Paid Holidays
SPaid vacations
SGas allowance
S40 plus hrs/week
SCompany T-shirts
Quarterly Bonus
Call 813-2524 Daytime
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
rior trim exp & own
transportation. Must be
reliable Call
904-864-6684 EOE DFWP
HELPERS- exp, FT, tons
of work, Exc benefits &
pay T & bonus.
start immediately.
Call Dixon at Woods-
man 565-1314 ext 293
INSTALLER- with expe-
rience for acrylic tex-
ture deck. Fl DL reqd.
Advanced Concrete
Call 997-1112
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE
Must be experienced. Com-
Smercial, by the hour.
ERS need commercial
exp. Beach Blvd & Cen-
tral Pkwy location.
EOE/DFWP Call Gulf
Electric 813-267-4732
for aluminum & vinyl
fence. Fl Drivers
license required.
Call 997-1112


current azmat

Pipe Layers,
Hillman, Tailman

Dozer, Loader |

Health, dental,
401K paid vac, 1
paid holidays
Apply at: I
10439 ALTA DR.
714-0041 x106

710 Industrial/
7 *V Trades

Journeymen Appren-
tices r Immed. openings
avail w/Top pay, will
train. EOE/Drug Free
Workplace 249-2428
PAINTERS with experi-
ence FT/ New con-
struction. Call
904-838-2767; 259 7931

for multi family Top pay
benefits, bonuses. Canll
Rlnkwell732, 5554
PLUMBERS Lle'd Jour-
neyman start $20/hr &
Exp'd Helpers. Top pay,
Vac. benefits, J.D Vaugh
& Sons. 641-0879
Management Service
Dept Plumbers Needed.
Valid Dr Lic.'DFWP. S.
M. Betros Plumbing -
Call 693-0788
exp required for this
production position in
local printingco. Small
offset with T-head or
Heidelberg Qickmaster
Dl experience helpful.
Full time no layoffs,
Drug Free 739-0504 or
fax resume to 731-5631
Rail Crew/ Drivers
needed for Blount Island
Vehicle Processor.
s Ability to lift 801bs/
drive stick shift/valid
DL. $9.27/ hour +
monthly incentive. FT
hrs Mon-Fri 6:30-3:00,
Exc Benefit Pkg.
Fax work history to
904-751-5239 or call HR
at 904-751 5720.

Good pay, Own trans-
portation. Call 288-0431
Experience, transp. &
phone req 9042911972
only. benefit pkg and
top pay. Mus have a
good e driving record.
Fax 904 276-4302 or
Apply at Air-Max
Heating & Cooling, Inc.
316 Parkrldge Ave, 0. Pk
Immediate permanent
position Whitley Steel
Co., Inc. is offering
health ins, paid holi-
days vacation and
profit sharing plan.
Apply In person only to
610 U.S 301 South, Jax,
Needed for immediate
opening with local gate
operator/access con-
trols company.
Requires some elec-
t r o n I c s a n d
skills. Competitive
wages and benefits.
Drug & Smoke Free.
Send resume to P.O.
Box 57778, Jax, FL
year supervisory exp
4yrs college degree
spanish/english must,
$500.00 +. Send resume
exp. w/ own tools
MandarlnTool & Die
call 904-262-7464 or
fax 292-9327
for Davey Tree. CDL
pref'd. Lake City area.
reatpay. Greatjob!
Bnfts. 401K EOE/ DFWP
Toll Free 800-330-4694
Transp & tools required.
Call 509-5407
Bobcat Operator CDL
$14 /hr/benf 262- 9985
Only experienced with
tools and transp need
apply. Top pay & ben-
efits. 396-4383

Service Company
dealing with installation
of refrigeration seals
and hardware seeks
F/T installer for.
Jacksonville. Will train.
Must have good driving
record and be able
to creative problem
solve. EOE
Contact Z. Fields at
or fax resume to
(904) 645-3373

711 Marine
711 Trade

Birdsall Marine Design is
currently seeking
experienced ALUMI-
and exp. canvas per-
sonnel. Full time
gposistions include
benefits. Pay deter-
mined by experience
level. P lease call
561-832-7879 to apply.

712 Mechanic
Must have tools and
clean valid DL. Call
today, start tomorrow.
Great pay.
904-759-5709 John.

Great News! We are expanding
in South Georgia, North Jacksonville,
Clay County, St. Augustine and
Palm Coast and we are seeking
talented Team members to Join
our dynamic Jacksonville Team
in the following areas:
Project Coordinator Admin.
Sales Consultants
Marketing Coordinator
Warranty Service Rep

Successful candidates will possess
a stable work history With a focus
on quality and customer service.
Please visit our web site at
Rush resume to 407-865-5862
or apply online at EOE





(904) 783-3333
800) 8311300 -WWW.ROADMASTER.COM


We have immediate openings throughout the area
for qualified candidates!
We are now hiring for all positions, including but not limited to: N\
*CDL Drviers A, B, D Certified Forklift Drivers Welders
Mechanics Order Pullers Warehouse Clerical
We require:
*Work History for past 2 yrs w/phone numbers Copies of certifications or special training
2 forms of ID to prove legal to work
For an appointment, please call: (904) 370-9675

712 Mechanic

$20- 25 FR HR. 5 DAYS
ASAP ALL PRO 535- 3017

MECHANIC for shop or
mobile truCk. SyrA xp.
oan diese or tra1tor/trr.
Muit hava own tools.
Soad drIvIng record, no
rugs. 4 1%71

HIvy truck SHOP
mechanic needed for
highway construction
company noar airport.
MIn, 3-5 yrs exper-
once call M-F 7-4 (904)
759 2835 or fax resume
to 904-696-2326
minorities encouraged
to apply Great benefits

711 C Management/
7 ^J Professional

Apartment Industry
Positions available

Product Development.
Corel, Adobe a must
Fax: 781-2550

New Oakleaf
Plantation Office
Under Construction
Watson Realty Corp.
Join the # 1 Real Estate
Co. in Jax We will teach
you the secrets of
success! License class
begins soon. 421 7610
Res.aentlai PM Needed
for Premier NF Company
to Manage Portfolio It 5F
Homes Must Be Detail
Oriented & Have SIrong
Communication Skills.
FL RE Lie Requlrea
Fax Resume To 73 0-6214
or mail frgtonI)aoLcom

Assurance Mgr
Requlrementsi Minimum
5 years of experience In
maritime Industry or U.S.
Navy with extensive
experience in Quality
Control. Working
knowledge of ISO
9001:2000 Quality Man-
agement System as well
as NAVSEA Standard
Items. Ability to obtain a
Security Clearance.
Descrition: Respon-
sible for: supervising QA
Inspectors In surveil-
lances, maintenance of
QA records, monitoring
NDT personnel, deveA-
oping QA procedures,
and conducting audits
supporting US Navy ship
repair contracts.
Desired: Able to get ASNT
SNTTC-1A Level I or II
qualification. NACE/Navy
Paint Inspector qualife-
cations a PLUS!
EOE Drug Free
Email resume to

720 Medical
Carotid experience. In
Riverdide area. Fax
resume w/ref s to
needed for busy Oph-
thalmology office. Exp
preferreed.Fax resume
to 904-355-5602
LPN- full time, fast
paced family practice
office In Orange Park.
At least 2-3 years exp.
Good pay & benefits.
Fax res 904-269-9805

New Year, New
Job For You!
We are currently in
need of Back Office
Medical Assistants
in a variety of spe-
cialties. Also seek-
ing Front Office
Associate, and
Medical Biller/Col-
lector in Riverside
Area. Must have 1
year of Experience.
Top Pay and Ben-
efits to those who

Fax qualified
resumes to

Get out of the
RETAIL rat race
NAS Jacksonville & NACC
Kings Bay has openings
with Excellent benefits!
Paid holidays/401k & morel
Phone:(888) 621-9727
Fax: (888) 620-0092

Have your
weekends off!
Full time position
available at Naval
Hospital in Kings Bay,
Ga Fax resume at
or email or
apply online at

mornign and evening
hours. FP/Peds prac-
tice minimum 1 year
exp including children.
Must be team player
for fast paced office.
Fax resume to 722-4267
attn Lynda
RN's Welcome Home-
care has Immediate
openings for F/T or P/T
RN's.lyr Med/surg. exp.
Run's, LPN's & CNA's
for the areas newest
facility. To fill out an
application please
come by The Terrace At
Fleming Isl, 1125 Flem-
ing Plantation Blvd.
Orange Pk, Fl 32003
Drug Free Work Place &

723 Dental
2yrs chairslde & camp.
exp. nec. Beach Blvd
Fax resume 992-4922

723 Dental

Great opportunity in our
growing Jacksonville
dental practice for an
experienced Full-Time
Dental Asst. Compensa-
tion based on expl Full
benefits pkg includes
health/life ins.. 401K, &
quarterly bonuses.
Please respond to: Attn:
Sharon Fax: 904-363-9611

busy OP office. Front &
back office exp. &gd
phone skills reqd, Fax
resume 264-0086

724 Education
TEACHER For small pvt
Elem school specializ-
ing in learning differ-
ences. BA req. e-mail

7 Office/
725 Clerical

busy front desk. Pro-
vide Recept. & clerical
support with PC skills,
Apply In person: NGI
7999 Phlllips Hwy, Suite
202 448-1600 EOE DFWP
FT, Baymeadows area.
Fax 737-3898 or email

Westside Company.
seeking a profresional
with service company
dispatch experience to
join a rapidly expand-
ing firm, Exc pay &
benefits. Call/send
resume to Metro Rooter
8892 Normandy Blvd
322221 Call 695-1911
rental company. No
experience necessary,
will train. FT position
with good benilfits.
Please Call 292-4883
1 person. AP/ AR, Billing,
Quickbooks, FT, salary
nego. Send resume to
5600 Lake Gray Blvd.,
Apt 613. Jax, FL 32244
great cust. serv. exp. &
PC skills looking for FT
job. Word, Excel.
Quickbooks, phones.
Responsible, reliable
motivated. Referral
bonus. 904.505.7233 -
Leading transportation
company seeking F/T
Parts Clerk. Tne ideal
candidate wil be expe.
riencea. a self starter.
nave excellent corner
puter ,kills and ihe
ability to mdltl task In a
last paced environ
ment. Must live within
reasonsole driving
distance Heavy lifting
Involved. For consid-
eration fax resume or
aopl/ in person
Commercial Carrier Corp
5310 New Kings Road
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Phone (904) 764 4516
Fax (904) 764,7817
Wes cslae PI lat firm
phone & computer
skills reqd. Please fax
resume 904-389-0556
PT, for busy downtown
Law firm. please
forward resume
Must have strong com-
ruter skills, experience
in Naval correspon-
dence, customer
assistance, performing
research, screening
files. Responsible for
tracking acceptance
documents. Located in
Atlantic Beach. Fax
904-278-1038; email
732 Computer
7 TechnologN

PLC-HMI Programmer
The primary function of
the technician is to
provide supportfor any
controls application
which includes all plant
PLC's and work sta-
tions in the plant as
well as assisting with
planning and specify-
ing equipment ror
projects. This position
requires the technician
to communicate witn
all levels of personnel
within the plant
(Manageiment, Opera-
tions, Maintenance)
corporate personnel,
contractors as well as
equipment vendors.
The Technician must be
able to effectively
communicate regard-
ing issues, describing
equipment or pro-
cesses, and Instructing
The Technicians skill
level will need to
Include knowledge and
understanding of most
skills required for an
Electrician (utilization
of measuring equip-
ment volt/ohm meter,
Install/maintain elec-
tric motors, working
knowledge of wiring
diagrams, familiar with
natIonal electric codes,
familiar with substa-
tion circuit breakers) as
well as very specific
process control and
process control equip-
ment (replace and
program micropro-
cessor based drives.
repair/maintain PC
hardware devices
adjust/tune control
loops, set up/calibrate
control devices, trouble
shoot/modify PLC pro-
rams and hardware,
trouble shoot
/modify/build HMI
graphics screens and
The Technician-must
have a positive safety
awareness have the
ability to learn and
practice all applicable
plant and departmen-
tal'safety rules, and all
job specIfic safety rules
and procedures.
Required Skills
'PPLC programming
(relay Ladder Logic,
Statement List,
Sequential Function
Charts. Continuous
Function Charts)
Siemens S7/PCS7 and
Alien Bradley preferred.
"HMI programming
( Wonderware, pre-
Discrete and analog
sensor experience
'Microprocessor based
drives (ABB preferred)

*Microsoft Office
*Electrician skills (utili-
zation of measuring
equipment volt/ohm
meter install/maintain
electric motors, work-
ing knowledge of wir-
ing diagrams familiar
with national electric
codes, familiar with
substation circuit

735 Restaurants/

Sales in a high volume
Banquet and Catering
facility Past experience
in both inside
And outside sales a must
Skills in Drywall,Elec,
& Plumbing
3 Year clean driving
record required
401K, Medical and
Dental Available
Apply Within: Ramada
Conference Center
1-295 and San Jose Blvd.
(904) 262-8718 fax
or email to

Upscale retirement
community seeking
experienced manager
for our dining ser-
vices area. Candi-
date must possess
strong culinary skills
as well as top-notch
management abilities.
include management
of kitchen and dining
staff menu planning
and implementation,
demonstrating a high
level of customer
service for our resi-
Send Replies to: BP
10090777 C/O The
Florida Times -Union,
One Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville, FL 32202

positions require pre-
vious exp. The Clarion
Hotel is a leader in the
Industry by offering exc
wages, benefits, pd
vacations and great
oppty for advancement.
Please apply in person
at the Clarion Airport
Hotel, 2101 Dixie Clip-
per Dr. (on Airport

Bartender, Waitstaff
and Security
Day/Night shifts avail.
Biggest showbars in Jax!
GOLD CLUB 645.5500

Morning. early
afternoon. Full or
part time. Must be
able to work alter-
Apply in person:
9960 Atruim Way
Jacksonville, FL 32225

Howard Johnson
Inn & Suites is now
hiring for.
'Sales Manager
( Hotel exp only)
Maint, front desk &
Apply In person:
4300 Salisbury Rd. N. 32216
or fax 904-296-3580
or e-mail
PAPA JOHNS- Now hir-
ing drivers. Earn up to
$12/hr. Call your local
Papa Johns.


Sales are UP!
Man Thurs 2 4pm at
7025 Salisbury Rd. eoe.
SERVERS with Exp.
ior A qjas rill. Ia Ear old
e nif3b iri a Por.Ee v01r'
resiauras i .7ro2s iroTi
ivrrorn GrEat S 01l7

737 Real Estale
Professional BI-Lingual
Apt Manager position
available immediately
in Mandarin area.
Fax resume to

740 Retail

needed in Jacksonville
for a national home
improvement store. Full
benefits package. To
apply visit:

Sales exp required.
Full bnfts, $25 -$50K +
Apply at
Monahan Jewelers
619 Atlantic Blvd. Atl Bch
Hibbet Sports is opening
soon in Jacksonville.
ApplY in person at store
300Dunn Ave. or email

745 Sales

$w60,000 YEAR +
well established BHPH
dealership seeks 2
highly motivated sales
professionals. Bilingual
a plus. Call Mike Today
at 695-959S

American Industrial
needs P/T construction
knowledgeable, sales
counter help at JAX
location, lifting reqd.
25-30 hrs/wk. FAX
resume 727-573-5888.
EARN $50,000. +
Close 75%of businesses
No competltibn.
Need 5 exp. outside sales
reps fast! Paid train,
flex hrs & great bnfts.
Mgt. positions avail.
Call 421-4425

Prior military/trade
show Exp a plus.
Sal + Comm.
Fax: 781-2550
Loan officers needed for
mtg lender
$1K signing bonus,
mktg provided,
experienced only,
benefits and 401k,
Fax resume to 726-0438
or call 726-9038.
In Middelburg Has a
Rare Opportunity for
Exp Mobile Home Sales
Person. Opportunity to
Make $75,000 + a Year,
401(k), Health Benefits,
#1 Product!
Please Call Tony At
291.3100 or 509-6258

skills to set up Ebay
and help in jewelry
shop. Resume to
Lanny's 3655 St. Johns
Ave. 32205. or email

7 50 Technical/

Exp. instrument person
or party chief needed.
TDS exp & FDL required.
Paid medical plan and
other bnfts to qualified
individual seeking FT
employment. Call
356-5649 for appt.
All positions. (PC/IM/
Rod) Exp pref'd. Full
bnft pkg. 904-696-8840

752 Warehouse
Must be able to lift
100lbs. Contact Ray at
Premier Windows
904- 262- 2525x28. DFWP.
higher. Great opptys for
rapid advancement.
Valid FL Dr. Lic. rea'd.
Call Dave 904- 356-7174
Equal Oppty Employer

753 Security

Premium Armored Ser-
vices has Immediate
op eni ngs for ATM
Armored ransporters
In the Jacksonville area.
We provide a history of
growth and a stable
environment for our
'Min. 21 years old
*ATM Experience Prefd
*D&G Firearms Lic Pref.
'Valid drivers license,
good driving record
great benefits Incl.
Med/Dent/Life Ins,
401K, Paid time off.
Must pass extensive
bkgrnd. Uniforms pro-
vided. If you would like
to join an industry
leader please submit
resumes to:
(toll free) 877- 216. 0159
PH: 8811336- 2756 X676
or Email:

755 Miscellaneous

Apartment Industry
Positions available

is the premier provider
or armored car
We are currently seek-
ing candidates for
The customer-focused
Individual we hire will
have exceptional
ethics. Integrity and
will be self- motivated.
The company also has
a full benefits
package Including:
* Full Medlcal/Dental Pkg
* Company Partial
Matching 401k
* Tuition Reimbursement
* Paid Vacation
STime & half for 40+ hrs
Qualified candidates will
complete an
* Successful Polygraph
*Successful background
* Drug test/DOT physical
Please apply In person
between 9am 4pm at
33 West 2nd Street. For
directions or more
Information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
Is an equal opportunity
employer m/f/h/v.


Building Careers
for 55 years
Great Starting Pay
Full Beneflit Package
Drug Free Workplace
Must have good dnving
record. EOE
Apply in person 7am- 6pr
5213 Wesconneftt
Blvd Jacksonville

Keystone Heights UMC,
FT, $35,00oo/year
Traditional i
Contemporary skills.
Music degree or related
exp. .mall resume to:
Hiring oxp'd shift man-
agers and office
cleaners. Eves, top pay,
So'side & O.P: 636-t751
$9/hr with advance-
ment oppty's. FT night
work. Will train. Must
have vehicle. 880-5436

This entry level
position offers: great
opportunities th a
unique& successful
retail Co. No late
nights or Sundays.
SApply n person at
Woo ou Furnitpre
700 .18 S. Blending
Blvd Orange Park

Home Cleaners
$200 to $400/Wk
Part Time/Full Time
Perm & Temp positions
Work near home
SFlexible daytime sched.
Must have car
Beaches 242-8235
Mand/W'side 731-7453

Exp'd for small N'slde
Apt. Comm. Immediate
openings. Great pay &
bnfts. Apply In person
1333 Dunn Ave or fax
resume to 904 757-7986
Now hiring Lawn and
Termite Technicians.
Good pay and great
benefits. All training
incl no exp req'd.
Apply in person Mon -
Fri Peninsular Pest
Control, 2609 Phyllis St,
Jax, FL (off Stockton
Exit & 1-10.) Drug Free
Work Place.
Must be friendly, outgo-
ing & dependable. FT.
Pet World, 262-4646
10400 San Jose Blvd.

exp needed. Full time,
S'side Apt community
Fax 636-0639 or call
Shop Porter /Parts
Runner needed for
highway construction
company near airport
clean driving record.
Calt (904) 759-2835
M-F, 7-5. minorities
encouraged to apply
Great benefits EOE/AA

760 Part-Time

for Downtown law firm,
P/T $8hr + mileage. 20-
30 hrs/wk. Reliable
transportation req'd.
Fax 904-354-2466

876 Painting/

Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small,
all guaranteed, Free
Estimate. Cell 509-6242

900 Antiques
902 Appliances
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts

915 Building Supplies
920 Business/Office
922 Collectables and
SS Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy

900 Antiques

S6 Antique Oak
| spindle back din-
lntng chairs. Need
repairs. $340.
542-2486 Ext, 103
854-6044 nights &
Antiq. Repro Parlor
set three piece,
floral, cherry by
Carlton McClen-
don, $2200, New $1000
obo, 622-8391

902 Appliances
1985 GM Goodrich
L Engine 33,000
n miles. Excellent
condition. Includes
carburetor, headers.
more. $900 Call Steve
0 '03 -13Kmiles price
$12K. 387-3015
Magic Chef Model
IDU75C Runs Great
-$50. Call Alda
GE-500 DIsh-
Swasher White with
black trim $50.
Kenmore Dryer
SExcellent cond-
|tion $60 to cover
Cost of new ele-
ment Just replaced
/ and dryer match-
Ing set, excellent
condition, $150
86-1767 can deliver
DRYER, Estate sale,
excellent condition,
$25, 264-2973
Sharp Carousel II
.ihWorks Great $25.
u Call Aida 620-9387
r Whilpool late
Model washer/
J lryer matching set
exel. cond. $225.
can deliver 904-786-1767

9o5 Articles
ev For Sale

100 gaL round fuel
.1 tank, 26 In. wide x 46
In. long small
(1/4x1/2 In) hole, eas-
ily repaired, no dents, fit-
ting cap, call 779-0503
SAquarium 5 gallon
SHood w/lght,heater,
.IFpump & filterplus Xtra

m-gallon complete
setup. Minus Sump
P m $5 0

d Assorted Electron-
S Ics, Photo/laser
r lprInters, bn ring
machine, Brun-
swick pool table, darts,
35mm Camera/Lenses,
Illness need money.
Please call 9042914102
useo. Brass rootra,.
lock cabnel, wine rick
etc. 5'Lx2'Wx 3'H sell
o900 pd K: 399 3656
saw, 150, obo,
SCraftsman router
notable $60, Kenmore
12cu. It, upghl freezer,
s100, 2875228
330, CALL 220 4577
TRACK, 6 CYL, full
kI power moon roof, very
sharply Leather.,Scd a
88 kI roof rack, Tonneau
Cover, $12,995, obe
Free Internet
Advertising at:
4, Medical Scrub Set
and jackets, $6.00
ljf/ set and $5.00
SJackets (small and
medium size) Many
choices Karen
with slide, all access
incid, cotton candy
mach, $5000. With trir,
$7,000 386-684-2049
Personal organizer
Metal cabinet w/top
Slr file4mlddle drawer,
S w/bottom storage.
LOCkiai- Li.e rnre s i:'.

4 Personal Organizer
Metal Cabinet with
STop File Dra1er.
TBohtom Seora ge
Aith Door Lock!ble
Gre3t Condlitin $25.
POOL TABLE $1000 obo,
8'/Cue4/etc You move.
like new 904-284--7886
Wedding Set Never
l. been uses man's a
tIIlady's. Includes
engagement ring.
TotalIng over l.Skt
3900 obo. 655-5248 Kail

92o0 Business/

Medical Ofc: turn file cab,
desks, watg rm chrs, etc

MOVING Cherry L-shped,
receptionist desk as new
$750obo. Bik lacquer
conference table as
new $950 abo. 945-7234
Workstation / Cubicles
ONLY $595
Herman Miller 8' x 8'
With Pedestal & Overhead.
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724-6400

9 Collectables
922 & Jewelry

DIamRIng 1.81CT Round,
clarity 1-2, color H, app
$6900 sell $4000 759-9552

928 Electronics

Bose Lifestyle 12
S System. Surround
< Sound Music Center, 5
Cube Speakers,
Acoustics Module, System
Complete. $600 Mike
PS2 w/10 games, 3
controllers, 15 ft
Extension, multltap
memory card, all for
$275, John 612-9998

9 Garage
9 Sales

This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
Vendor Spaces Starting
@ $7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786' FLEA
,& Computer Desk 6
--1 piece oak corner
corner in both
directions. $1500. new
Sale for $300. 772-1260
/ Everything must gol
1> Fri-Sat Jan. 13/14,8-4,
2132 Gamma Ct.
Orange Park
Savings up to $75% off. This
Sat 10- 5. $10 BAG SALE for
great brand name items J.
Lauren's Upscale Resale
Btiq 6001- 58 Argyle Forest
Blvd (904)573- 3432
4, Multi family garage
8am- 2pm, 2512 Winding
Springs Ct. In Bentwater off
OP 3 Family Fri, Sat. 8-?
furn ciths. linens kids,
HHNo junk 411 Parn 2 Tire Full Size 15"
. Michelin (Like new)
S2Imounted on rim to
*fit Buick LeSabre
asking $35.00 Call

A Tires full size good
., for spares 205 65
R15 mounted on 5
lug rim fits Ford
Taurus, Mercury Sable,
Volvo, $1Sea.
W'slde Moving Sat 9-3.
10493 Bexhill Ct.
Thermo Spa $4000, w/d
stackable $500,+ more.
Callafter9am 781-2231

Q95 Household

5. Syr old Spc Dining
Rm set Glass table
.top sits atop of a
1 wrought iron base
w/marble inlay &
scrolled legs. $650 for
the set. 997-8731. Will
e-mail pictures
AIRBED $ A Comfort type
Bed A Brand Name
Queen Pillow Top matt.
set new w/warr. Sac
$175. Can del 858-9350
Bed Brand new King
mattress set w/warr.
Must sell $195. Can
deliver. 398-5200
Bed -Full mattress & box
set new in plastic $110.
Can deliver. 391-0015
Bed Beautiful temp-
pedic mem. foam Kg
setlOyr warr. $849. Can
deliver. 904-858-9350

955 Household
9 Furniture

BED -A Queen Ortoho-
pedic matt. set, new
w/warr. $109. Can
deliver. 904-398-5200

SBedroom 4Pc Set $298
iS Inventory Reductlond
'& Additional 10% Off0
Non Advertised
4 Drawer Chests Frm $68
Sofas From $9
25" Color TV's From $99
5 Pc Oak Dinette $191
5 Pc King Bed $199
3 Rm 18Pc Condo Pkg99

BR SET hdbrd, dresser, 2
night stands 2 mirrors,
$350. Call 422-2966
n, Captain's Queen SZ
b bdrm set, 9 draw-
SII ers w/mirror, head
board, foot board,
night stand, Queen
mattress, boxspring,
Flower prints, $60, Call
S221-0710 after 6pm.
S excellent conditions
4, COUCH- Excellent
/ condition, tan w/
burgandy floral
-- pattern, priced to
sell, 264- 3486 or
Crib & Mattress
Convertible 3
years old. $100 obo.
Walnut. Good cond.
$1700. Call 904-751-5835
DINING TBLE-white tile
w/ oak trim comes
41- with four chairs &
bench seats. (7) $125,
call 249-5765
DRESSER Maple wood
anti, 9 drawers w/mir.
$250 obo. 733-1084
SCenter 51/x6V/2 light
wood side, book-
shelves, excellent
condition $125. Call
MOVING beautiful bik
lacquer ent. ctr by Solo
lighted. $750 obo. Bik
lacquer dinning rm suit
as new $950 abo.
213-4144 or 945-7234
Oak Camp. Desk w/hutch
& right return, $750; Oak
Printer base on rollers
$100; Chr golf uphol. $150
Kit. tb, 4chrs, wright Iron
base w/fossil inlay top,
$150; 2-Wrght Iron bar
stools, $250; 904 645-0216
4j. Pottery Barn
STables Sofa table &
Cocktail table.
Wood & wrought
iron 3yrs old in good
condition, $450 for both,
will email pictures.
Home 997-8731
4, SOFA, Ire, 82"
S| exc condition,
blue/beige tweed,
hardly used,
904-260-2086, $350
SSofa bed, L shape
Switch connector an
mattress Included
_1 call for price $
STV JVC 32" $200.
e E ntertainmemt
Oiwcenter holds tv
S$450. Sofas, living
room chairs, end
tables, exercise bike
Sw/headbrd, almost
4 I 1 new w/ chest of
drawers, mirror,
dresser, 2 nightstands, call
S904-221-0710, $250
Two matching emerald
frn Rckr, Swiv. Reclrs.
Like new $350/both.
226-8876 SlId-LId
Rubbermaid Storage
Shed $150; 343-7145

9CH Machinery
9 & Tools

Craftsman 10"
C Stationary Saw
RI t Rac,al Arm. Model
315 220100 Exc.
cona. $400 aba. 904
251-5161 904 272-6648
Tractor For Sell-MF
235-3cyllnder. Perlir .
0,:-I TIran H,ariclsm .,l-
$ oir0 r r.aid c.ares
Irhnid. r 0abi C2' Lr1a r bl.3a
LE',-lenr ror,, ih,',r,' 57 ,,0)
Call'or DE il6i7, ;9 9l .:.,r
Al-I 2721

970 Merchandise/
GIbson Mandolin F-4
Mfg 1903 beautiful orig
cond. w/case. Make
offer. Call 386-758-5527
980 Sporting
SBombardier ATV
Rally 200, 2003
I'Model trailer easy
load $5,000 OB0
616-9361 Anytime
SBow Flex Exerciser
Two 2 years old
S cost $1300. New
seldom used, sell
$600. 904-794-5471
w/ extra lOOlbs., leg
< ext., lat pull dwn,
squat rack, Bowflex
floor mat, $1200

Pets and
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies

1010 Pet's&


A.P.B.T ADBA reg. Champ
Bred Pups CH Nigerino,
GC Boogieman $700.
Now taking dep.. Pups
are 3 wks oad. 655-6226
Own mom, dad. loving
home $300 229-423-7613
F, 2y/o spayed all shots,
trained, $150. 864-6568
4, Aquarium cover and
I light combo. Approx
1-7 30 inches long.
Adjustable. great
cond. $20. 268-2482
4, Aquarium Hood
with Fluorescent
I|.1 Light. Measures 29
inches by 11 1/2
inches. Adjustable. Like
New $20. 268-2482.
AKC, 1F-Swks $250/1F-i
5m. $350; 229-455-5057
BENGALS (Little Lap
Leopards) Kittens &
Adults starting at $200.
All are ACFA &TICA req.
Call 509-0649 or visit
BOXER, 2.Syr old, spayed
female, great with kids.
$250 OBO. 904.838.4560
black, AKC. $350.
724-1910 or 8877590
Cocker Poos, Mastiffs &
Shar-Pei Mix+more.
$100 & up. 504-9633
Double Daples, HC, $400
Deer Hounds for sale
$200&up trained, ready
to hunt. 904-237-0611

AKC, Champ Bidlines,
good tempermt $750,
BIk/Rust. 229.247.5493
2 Red females $350.
lots of wrinkles, s/w,
FREE CAT BIk & wht F
needs loving home. 2
y,/o, declawed, neu-
ered, friendly 343-6040
HOME. 3 indoor cats,
Including Siamese,
neutered, de- clawed,
Orange Park area. 282- 5452
Free Sugar Glider.
Cage available. Call
male 9wks/supplies
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Besides protecting our country, military

personnel stationed in our communities

donated 650,620 hours of volunteer

service in Northeast Florida and

Southeast Georgia last year. Their time

was given to community organizations,

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1. Timber Creek Plantation From the low $200s
1,604-3,418 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Oversized homesites available. Tour new home ready
for move-in. Few homesites remain. Amenities include a
community pool, clubhouse, basketball court and family
recreation area. (904) 225-2581

2. Cartesian Pointe From the $180s
1,336-2,478 sq. ft., 2-4 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling final homesites. Community offers play-
ground and baseball field. A great value in rapidly
expanding Nassau County. (904) 225-1982

3. Dunn's Creek Plantation From the low $200s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
Now selling. New homesites available. 13 unique floor
plans to choose from. New community pool coming
soon. (904) 751-1274

4. Daybreak Woods From the $180s
1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Last chance. Beautiful Dames Pointe location featuring
nature preserve and community playground. Easy
commute to naval bases. (904) 757-9737

5. Cedar Glen Now open
2,007-3,580 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Reserve your homesite today. Community will feature
amenities center with pool and an elevated walkway
through nature preserve. 888-KB-HOMES

6. Villages of Summer Lakes
From the high $100s
1,348-1,597 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 2.5 baths.
Now selling new townhomes that feature open floor
plans with attached 1-car garages. Community pool and
playground. Located near the popularTinseltown area and
convenient to shopping, entertainment and nightlife.Tour
new homes ready for move-in. (904) 627-6026

7. Adams Lake From the low $200s
1,336-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
New homesites coming soon. Interest list now forming. Tour
new home ready for immediate move-in. Visit our brand new
amenities center featuring a community pool, playground,
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1,336-3,162 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Tour new home ready for immediate move-in. Located in the
St. Johns County School District. Within walking distance of
Nease High School. (904) 819-6604

8. Hawk's Pointe From the low $200s
1,336-3,599 sq. ft., 3-6 bdrms., 2-3.5 baths.
S Last chance. New homes ready for quick move-in.
12 floor plans. Community features soccer field and
V, playground. (904) 317-0069

9. Samara Lakes Briar Wood From the $130s
S1,005-1,177 sq. ft., 2-3 bdrms., 1 bath.
Stone exteriors and open floor plans. Buyers must meet.
the guidelines of the St. Johns County Housing Initiativer"_
on selected homesites. (904) 940-7320

9. Samara Lakes Oak Ridge/River Birch
From the mid $200s
1,336-2,801 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
New home available for quick move-in. Located in
popular World Golf Village area. Several lakes are
. a,,. a located within the 245-acre nature preserve. World-
class amenities center with pool, covered pavilion,
playground, basketball court and open recreation fields.
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1,698-3,224 sq. ft., 3-4 bdrms., 2-3 baths.
Located in popular St. Johns County and just minutes
from the beaches. 888-KB-HOMES

12. Cypress Lakes From the mid $200s
1,691-3,599 sq. ft., 3-5 bdrms., 2-2.5 baths.
Now selling. 11 floor plans to choose from. 25-min.
m' drive to Jacksonville via 1-95. Beautiful 27-hole golf
course. Tour new homes ready for move-in.
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