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NAS Jax announces 2005 Sailor of Year

By 101 Mike England
Assistant Editor
N AS Jacksonville an-
nounced SH1(SW/AW)
Derrek Robinson as its
2005 Sailor of the Year Friday
during a luncheon held at The
"This is just so overwhelming.
There will be many responsibili-
ties with this honor. I'm really
looking forward to the challenge,"
exclaimed Robinson shortly after
learning he had earned the honor.
Many people up and down the
chain of command have support-
ed him throughout his naval
"I want to thank everyone at
my command for their support,
without them none of this could
have been possible," he said.
As the NAS Jacksonville Sailor
of the Year, Robinson will compete
in the Commander, Navy Region
Southeast Sailor of the Year com-
petition in mid-February.
"I have some butterflies, but I'm
looking forward to it. This is all
something new and different," he
A native of Manhattan, N.Y.,
Robinson joined the Navy in 1989
and graduated from basic train-
ing before successfully completing
Ships Serviceman "C" school in
His tours include USS Nimitz
(CVN-68), USS Waterford (ARD-
5), USS Anzio (CG-68), Headquar-
ters Support Activity, Norfolk, Va.
and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower

Photos by J01 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson congratulates
the 2005 NAS Jax Sailor of the Year SH1 (SW/AW) Derrek Robinson during
the Sailor of the Year luncheon Friday.

Robinson is currently assigned
to the NAS Jax Supply Depart-
ment Combined Bachelor Quar-
ters were he serves as the leading
petty officer. According to NAS
Jacksonville Assistant Supply
Officer Lt. Steve Osborne,
Robinson is the go to guy in
Supply Department.

"Any time we need something
important done we look to our
jack of all trades, SH1 Robinson.
He aggressively tackles every
assignment he's given with
enthusiasm," Osborne stated.
In his off-duty time, Robinson is
a single parent taking care of two
children, 10-year-old Destiny

The NAS Jacksonville Sailor of the Year nominees present NAS Jacksonville
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson with a picture of the 2005 Sailor
of the Year candidates during the Sailor of the Year luncheon Friday. From
left, ET1(SW) Randy Brackins, BMI(SW) Jamie Hamilton, SH1(SW/AW)
Derrek Robinson, Dobson, AC1 (AW/SW) Anterio Mack, TM1 (SW) William
Robbins, SH1(SW/AW) Robert Idlebird and LN1(SW/FMF) Michael

Johnson and 18-year-old Derrek
Robinson Jr. He's also spends a
lot of time working on his bache-
lor's degree in addition to study-
ing for the chief's exam.
"I'm pretty busy. I'm currently
working on my bachelor's degree
and plan to'graduate before I
rotate back to sea duty," Robinson
"Luckily, I have a great com-
mand and I'm able to take the
time I need to take care of my
kids. It's really great when you
have a chain of command that
supports and backs you up," he

In the future, Robinson plans to
pursue his goal of becoming a
chief and making the most of his
naval career."
Between school and the chief's
test I think I'll be spending a lot
of my time with my face buried in
a book," he commented.
For now, Robinson plans to
enjoy his new status as the NAS
Jacksonville 2005 Sailor of the
Year and all the obligations that
go along with honor.
"I'm really looking forward to
doing something new everyday
and meeting a lot of new people,"
he concluded.




By K.C. McCarthy
Greater Jacksonville Area USO Executive Director

Photo by PH3 Michael Cole
An SH-60F Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the "Tridents" of HS-3, prepares to lift off from the flight
deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). Roosevelt and embarked
Carrier Air Wing Eight (CVW-8) are currently underway on a regularly scheduled deployment con-
ducting maritime security operations.

HS-3 supports coalition

troops in Southeast Irac
By101 (SW) Daniel Bristol In October 2005 shortly after the aircri
USS Theodore Roosevelt Public Affairs carrier arrived in theater to sunnort mariti

At 6:30 a.m. on Jan. 28, Troubleshooter
615 a HH-60 Seahawk helicopter lifts
off from the flight deck of the aircraft
carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71)
somewhere in the Arabian Gulf marking the
start of another long day.
Unlike plane guard, search and rescue or
anti submarine warfare, this mission is slight-
ly different. This particular crew is tasked
with flying missions in support of British
Coalition troops in southeastern Iraq.


security operations and Operation Iraq
Freedom, the "Tridents" of HS-3 continued the
Blue Shark Mission relieving HS-7 on board
USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70).
In the morning before the sun even has a
chance to rise, a team of two pilots, one crew
chief and two aircrew gunmen of the HS-3
squadron receive their mission brief on board
TR and prepare to begin their day flying in the
helicopter. HS-3 patrols the inland waterways

See HS-3, Page 11

he United Service Organization
(USO) will celebrate its 65th
birthday Saturday thanks to
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's thun,
during call in 1941 to six private organ-
izations, "This is the way I want it
done! I want these private organiza-
tions to handle the on-leave recreation
of the men in the armed forces."
This call to action was directed to
agencies we are very .familiar with,
YMCA, YWCA, Salvation Army,
Traveler's Aid, National Catholic
Community Services and National
Jewish Welfare Board. They united to
create a new organization and thus the
USO, was born Feb. 4, 1941. Here at
last was the civilian agency capable of
delivering the large variety of services
currently needed by a growing
American military formed mostly of
young single men.
In more than 3,035 communities in
the United States and eventually in
the Philippines, Hawaii, Brazil and
much of the Caribbean, USO opera-
tions sprang up to become the G.I.'s
"Home Away From Home." Back in
1941, USO meant a place like home; a
place where moms from the local com-

Photo by Miriam S. Gallet/file
Navy Exchange (NEX) Distribution
Center Employees Chuck Sanders, in
truck, and Carl Stoehr (right) and Greater
Jacksonville Area USO Deputy Director.
Sonya Kutsch, center, unload boxes of
food items donated by NEX employees at
the NAS Jax USO parking lot in October.
The food items were distributed to Sailors
and their families who were displaced by
Hurricane Katrina.
munity could bring home-baked cookies
to share with lonely soldiers and
sailors who missed their own mother's
cookies. The USO was a quiet place to
write letters, enjoy a nap, a place
where people were always friendly and
really cared. The USO is still a civilian
haven in an engulfing military world.
USOs opened in churches, log cabins,
museums, a castle, a bar, beach and
yacht clubs, railroad sleeping cars, old
mansions, trailers and storefronts.
Their appearances were different but
at heart they were all the same. USO
staff and volunteers caring for the
American serviceman, whatever the
need was. Only the best was good
enough, and the USO gave only the
best from each community.
Today, USO services are provided to
single and married military men and
women, as well as to their families.
See USO, Page 11

Annual vow renewal event coming up (
The eighth annual St. Valentine Marriage Vow
Renewal, sponsored by the NAS Jacksonville Religious
Ministries Program, is planned for Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. at the
NAS Jax Officer's Club. A fellowship buffet dinner and dance
will follow immediately after the ceremony. Music will be prov

S ed by the Navy Band Southeast.
)All hands are invited to attend. The cost is $7.50 per person E4 and
below, $10 per person E5 and E6 and $15 per person for E7-E9, 01-
06, retirees and civilians. The dress is semi-formal. Childcare will not be
Call the chapel at 542-3440 for more information.




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2 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 2, 2006


Develop a degree roadmap set yourself up for success

Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
T he Navy is more seri-
ous about education
today than ever
before. Beginning with the
2010 Senior Chief Selection
board, Sailors will need a
rating-related Associate's
Degree to move beyond the
rank of chief petty officer.
NavAdmin 203/05 lists the
It is extremely important
that each of you become
familiar with this Nav-
Admin and that you devel-
op a roadmap to attain your
degrees on time. The
NavAdmin also includes
some grandfather clauses
for those Sailors, who
already have a degree, or
are enrolled in a college or
university and have started
a plan.
I would like to discuss
why you should have a
degree roadmap. As you
can probably guess, earning
a degree takes time and
hard work. It's important
for you to map out a realis-
tic plan to attain a degree,
rather than just start col-
lege and hope for the best.
Developing a degree
roadmap can help you
achieve a rating-relevant
degree by making full use
of the most of recommend-
ed credit for Navy training
and on-the-job experience.

It also directs you to Navy
partnerships with colleges
and universities that offer
degrees through distance
education fo; all enlisted
Your first ptep in plan-
ning for a degree should be
to visit to a Navy College
office. The Navy College
Program (NCP) provides
sailors with opportunities
to6 earn college degrees by
reviewing academic credit
for Navy training, work
experience, and off-duty
education. The NCP mis-
sion is to enable Sailors to
-btain a college degree
while on active duty.
In addition, Navy College
offices offer a wide range of
other services, including:
Academic advice; Academic
Skills; Defense Activity for
Non-Traditional Education
Support (DANTES); Navy

College Program for Afloat
College Education (NC-
PACE); NCP Distance
Learning Partnership
Schools; Sailor/Marine
American Council of
Education Registry Tran-
script (SMART); Service
members Opportunity
Colleges Navy (SOCNAV)
and Tuition 'Assistance
If you are new to the
Navy with little or no col-
lege, I think you will be
amazed how user-friendly
Navy College is and how
helpful they can be. If
you've been in the Navy for
a while, and have attended
some Navy schools, you
may be amazed to find how
much college credit you get.
Achieving an Associate's.
Degree might not be very
difficult at all!
This brings me to an
important point. While
attaining a degree should-
n't be extremely difficult,
conversely it shouldn't be
too easy. It's important you
enroll in a program with an
accredited college or uni-
You should protect your-
self from falling prey to a
college degree scam.. I
recently saw a news report
that highlighted the num-
ber of "diploma mills" that
have sprung up around the
country and world, facilitat-
ed mainly by the Internet.
The report was disturb-

ing, not just to me, but also
to almost all who work in
academics. The old adage,
"If it looks too good to be
true, it probably is" applies.
My advice to each of you is
to consult Navy College and
ensure the program you
choose to enroll in is at a
legitimate college or uni-
If you choose to obtain a
degree without the advice
of the Navy College coun-
selors, here are a few tips to
help you protect yourself:
Don't limit your
research to classified ads or
survey the Web in search of
the right course or pro-
See if the online school
is accredited and by whom.
Check to see if the accredit-
ing agency is officially sanc-
Check with licensing
boards and professional
associations to see if the
program delivers an accept-
able level oft raining.
Call or write the Better
Business Bureau and the
attorney general's office to
make sure the school is
operating legally in a state
and see if anyone has filed
a complaint.
Find out if the school is
connected to an estab-
lished, reputable parent
If you intend to transfer

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I just noticed in that
paper that there are some
places I can go to get my
credit fixed. I have bad
credit and can not get a
lo4n for a car which .1 des-
perately need. Do you
know anything about these
creditt repair" places?
MbneyMan Sez:
Yes, and none of it is
good! The vast majority of
credit repair firms promise
what they can not deliver,
"to erase your bad credit."
Tlgese for profit companies
charge fees and produce lit-
tle. Some of them claim
they can "fix" your bad
credit ratings, even if they
are current and accurate; of
course, all for a fee.
The Fair Credit
Reporting Act of 1971 gives
consumers the right to
challenge the accuracy,
validity and verifiability of
their credit reports the
filps compiled by credit
bureaus free of charge.
Bottom line: do it yourself
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charge you- until they have
completed their promised
For more information, go
to or call (877)
Hey, MoneyMan!
My wife and I are going
to have our first baby next
money and I heard that
there is a program on base
where you can get free
nurse services. Do you
know anything about this?
MoneyMan Sez:
Congratulations on your
new addition. I hope you
are ready for all the excite-
ment and changes in your
life. I am not aware of any
long-term "free nurse serv-
ices" but the Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society offers
a Visiting Nurse Program
that you should check out.
Jacksonville has two regis-
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you at home if you invite
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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.





Job title/command:
NAS Jax Security

Hometown: Chicago

Family Life: I'm married to AN Joe Lewis.,

Past Duty Stations: This is my first duty'

Career Plans: To attend Officer Candidate
School. .

Most Interesting Experience: Going to
boot camp with my husband.

Words of Wisdom: Do what you love.

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Job title/command:
NAS Jax Commissary
Support Clerk

Hometown: Palatka, Fla.

Family Life: I'm married and we have two
children and one granddaughter.

| Past Duty Stations: California, Louisana,
| Germany, Georgia, France and Belgium.

SCareer Plans: To retire from the commis-
sary and continue to enjoy spending time with
my family and friends.

Most Interesting Experience: Traveling
to Prague.

Words of Wisdom: Give kindness and
you'll receive it back.

NMCI established new toll-free

number for Nextalk users
From the CNRSE EEO

T he.Department of Navy has implemented a toll-free
* -telephone number for deaf and hard-of-hearing per-
sonnel on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI)
. that uses TTY software, Nextalk. This software provides a
text-based mode of telecommunication for individuals who
are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
* It provides many features text answering
, machine, custom phone books, TTY call transfer, and TTY
* conference capability with multiple Nextalk users. The'
p software is installed directly onto a user's desktop on a
, NMCI networked computer. Nextalk users on NMCI can
now receive local and long distance incoming calls from
users outside the NMCI Intranet. This will also allow
callers outside of NMCI to place calls into the NMCI
Nextalk TTY directory without having to dial or incur long
distance charges.
The new toll-free number for NMCI Nextalk users is 1-
B77-833-5930. For more information, contact Yvonne
Burleson at 542-2284 or e-mail yvonne.burleson@navy..


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 10J1 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
Staff Writer Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer J02(SW) Bill Lamed
Design/Layout George Atchley, Kaylee LaRocque
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4 lax Alr News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 2, 2006

VS-24 'Scouts' take S-3B Viking to new horizons

ByJO2 Stephen Murphy
USS Theodore Roosevelt Public
1, D during their current
Deployment with
USS Theodore
Roosevelt's (CVN 71)
embarked air wing, Carrier
Air Wing (CVW) 8, the
"Scouts" of VS-24 have
taken the capabilities of the
'S-3B Viking to a new level.
Since late October, in
addition to performing
their normal missions of
-conducting in-flight refuel-
ing for CVW-8 and surveil-
-lance operations for
Theodore Roosevelt Carrier
Strike Group in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom
land maritime security
.operations (MSO), the
Scouts have also been fly-
ing intelligence surveil-
lance reconnaissance mis-
These missions are in
support of British-led coali-
tion ground forces of Multi-
National Division South-
east (MND-SE) who are
conducting operations in
the southern part of Iraq.
Helicopters flying from
Theodore Roosevelt have
been conducting similar
missions in MND-SE as

MSO set the conditions
for security and stability in
the maritime environment
as well as complement the
counter-terrorism and secu-
rity efforts of regional
nations. MSO deny interna-
tional terrorists use of the
maritime environment as a
venue for attack or to
transport personnel,
weapons, or other material.
"Initially HS-3 was the
first to provide support in
the area, and the British
forces were looking for
more support from the air
wing," said VS-24
Operations Officer Lt.
Cmdr. Michael Mansisidor.
"The long range and
endurance of the Viking
makes the platform perfect
for this mission. We can
still do our tanking and
other missions here, while
being able to support MND-
SE with four assets," he
Mansisidor said that
along with the new mission
came new challenges -for
VS-24. For the aircrews, the
challenge was to learn the
geography of Iraq.
"We had to prepare all
the air crews for going over
the beach and how to talk
to the air controllers on the
ground," Mansisidor said.

Photo by PHAA Nathan Laird
A Sailor from Air Department stands by to launch a S-3B Viking assigned to the "Scouts" of VS-
24 aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) Jan. 19.
Roosevelt and embarked Carrier Air Wing Eight (CVW-8) are underway on a regularly sched-
uled deployment conducting maritime security operations.

"They would tell us to go
and look at certain areas,
and initially it wasn't easy
to find these places. It was
a huge learning curve

because we had never done
this before."
For VS-24's maintainers,
the challenge involves
increased monitoring of the

Vikings' surveillance equip-
ment to keep it fine-tuned
to produce sharper imagery
needed by intelligence
forces on the ground.

VS-22 announces Sailors of the Year

NAS Jax Tax Center now open

By Lt. James Wyman
I -22 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Douglas
Heady is proud to
announce his selections for
the 2005 Sailor and Junior
Sailor of the Year.
NC1(AW/SW) Aaron
Jackson is the squadron's
Sailor of the Year and AD3
Robi Ramos was selected
Junior Sailor of the Year.
Jackson has been VS-22's
command career counselor
since he checked in to the
squadron in May 2002. This
is Jackson's first tour as a
career counselor and he has
been more than up to the
He was single-handedly
responsible for the com-
mand achieving back-to-
back Chief of Naval
Operation's Retention
Excellence Awards in 2003
and 2004.
"Petty Officer Jackson is
my finest first class petty
officer in a field of stellar
performers," said Heady. "I
have seen no individual
more qualified or deserving
of this prestigious award."
Ramos recently reported
to VS-22 immediately after


NC1 (AW/SW) Aaron Jackson
completing her "A" School
training at NAS Pensacola;
Fla. She has definitely
taken advantage of the
opportunity to excel here on
her first fleet tour working
in VS-22's Line Division.
One of four finalists for
the award, Ramos won over
the other hopefuls based on
her work ethic, knowledge,
military bearing and profes-
AD1 Sparks, a member of
the board who interviewed
the final four candidates for
the award, said, "It was real-
ly her leadership that made
Ramos stand out above the
other nominees."

AD3 Robi Ramos

Ramos has so impressed
the command with her high
quality of work that she was
advanced to. third class
petty officer throughthe
Command Advancement
Program on the same night
that she received the Junior
Sailor of the Year award.
Ramos and Jackson
demonstrate the level of
performance that is possible
to Sailors who are willing to
rise to the challenge. They
and their families can be
proud of the contributions
they have made while
attached to VS-22 and can
look forward to more suc-
cess in their naval careers.

From the Navy Legal Service Office
The Jacksonville Tax Center is now
officially opep.. The tax center
provides free federal income tax
preparation and free electronic tax fil-
ing services to all active duty military
personnel, retired military personnel'
and their families.
The tax center is located in Building
583 on Keily Street. It is open for busi-
ness from 8:30 a.m. 4 p.m., Monday-
Wednesday-Friday, and 9 a.m. 4 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday. In order to
assist in filing returns, customers are
asked to bring the following informa-
All 2005 W-2s, Wage and Earning
Statements, Social Security cards
(social security cards are mandatory
without a military ID, dependent ID's
do not count) and dates of birth for each.
family member.
1099-INT forms (reflecting any
interest made from savings/checking
1099-DIV forms-(reflecting divi-
dends, capital gain distributions from
mutual funds, stocks, etc.)
Dependent Care Statement from
day care providers, to include their
SSN/EIN and address, documenting

how much was spent for qualified child-
care expenses.
Power of attorney, if married filing a
joint return and spouse will not be pres-
ent to sign tax return. Blank check, or
bank routing transit number and
account number, if you choose to have
your refund directly deposited into your
Due to the type of training given to
our VITA reps, the following informa-
tion is provided on what type of taxes
they can and cannot prepare:
Will prepare
Form 1040EZ; Form 1040A with
Schedule 1, 2, 3 & EIC; Form 1040 with
Schedule A, B, C-EZ; D, EIC, R and SE;
Form 1040-V; Form 1040-ES, Form
2441(child and development care cred-
it); Form 8812 (additional child tax
credit) and Form 8863 (education cred-
Will not prepare
Schedule C (profit loss from business);
'complicated and advanced schedule D
(capital gains and losses); Schedule E
(rents and royalties); Form SS-5
(requests for social security number);
Form 2106 (employee business expens-
es); Form 3903 (moving); Form 8606
(nondeductible IRA) and Form 8615
(minor's investment income).

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early on check with that institution to see if they accept
those credits.
Ask about the faculty. Who teaches the course? What
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BI"i March 3rdelVo

"We are using our equip-
ment in different ways now
and the crew had to step up
to the plate for this," stated
ATC(AW/SW) Jason Kelly,
VS-24 AT/AE branch chief.
"It's different than identi-
fying ships because you can
pretty much tell what they
are by their antennas, or
the location of their masts,"
AT2(AW) Alfonso Moroni
Moroni said keeping the
equipment up to speed
requires frequent inquiries
with the aircrews about the
performance of the equip-
ment, and also there is
more of a need to keep
Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance personnel up
to date on maintenance
VS-24 has successfully.
conducted nearly 150 sor-
ties in. support of MND-SE
since late October, and will
continue to provide support
for the duration of the
The squadron's ability to
keep with its normal mis-
sions and provide support
for MND-SE, allows CVW-8
to maintain maximum sor-
ties in other regions of Iraq
with its F-14 Tomcats and
F/A-18 Hornets.

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Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 2, 2006 5

Commissary bids Bentley farewell

By Miriam S. Gallet
On Jan. 18, in what
many consider the
"guts" of the com-
missary, NAS Jacksonville
Defense Commissary Agen-
cy (DeCA) Store Director
Larry Bentley was bid
farewell during a ceremony
attended by store employ-
ees and vendors, colleagues,
distinguished guests, fami-
ly members and friends.
Standing in front of
palettes full of groceries in
the commissary warehouse,
with tears rolling out of his
eyes, Bentley said to those
who came to say goodbye,
"Excuse me if I am a little
emotional, but you all are
my family. I spend more
hours here than with
Carolyn, my wife of 33
years. Serving our Sailors
is what I do best and leav-
ing NAS Jax behind it's not
Following a round of
applause, he then proceed-
ed to praise those who
helped him during his 44
months aboard the base.
"In few weeks, I will be
leaving for the island of
Guam and while you are
losing me, you are not los-
ing the team we built
together and that's what's
important., You are the
team, you are what make
this commissary success-
ful," he stated.
"Each and every one of
you here today has con-
tributed and made a differ-
ence in the lives of the serv-
ice members we serve, and
I am very proud of you.
Remember, we exist
because of them. Our
warfighters are the ones
paying the ultimate price in
the defense of our freedom
and we are here to honor
and serve them," he added.
When he officially de-
parts tomorrow, Bentley
will leave behind a cus-
tomer service legacy of
unprecedented magnitude.
During his tenure, the com-
missary saw inventory.
growth and record sales
that led to the store win-
ning the 2004 DeCA Best
Meat, Produce and Grocery
Department Awards and
was recognized as the win-
ner of 'the Proctor &
Gamble Special Olympics
Award, which benefited
local Olympians.
Ultimately, the commis-
sary was awarded the
DeCA's Director Award for
Best Super Store in 2004.
Just two months ago,
Bentley rallied his team
and set a new sales record
for December with sales
totaling $5.3 million.
"Our numbers are not
important, what's impor-
tant is the 75,000-plus pay-

Photos By Miriam S. Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Defense Commissary Agency Store Director
Larry Bentley and guests enjoy a going away potluck luncheon
held in his honor at the commissary Jan. 18.

ing customers who walk
through our doors every
month," remarked Bentley.
"I hope you'll remember the
leadership I have instilled
in you during these past
few years am we must take
good care of those who
fought for our freedom in
the past and those who are
currently fighting for our
freedom in every corner of
the world. Never lose that
During the ceremony,
DeCA East Florida Zone
Manager Max Kraftchick,
on behalf of the DeCA
Director Bonnie Kanitz,
presented Bentley with the
prestigious Department of
Defense Meritorious
Civilian Service Medal.
"The daily effort to run a
store of Jacksonville's com-
plexity is great, but Mr.
Bentley found time to give
even more to the region and
to his fellow store relatives
during both Hurricanes-
Katrina and Rita. The on-
site leadership. he displayed
at Gulfport and Keesler
made the clean-up and sub-
sequent start-up of those
temporary stores possible,"
he read from the citation.
"Mr. Bentley's team
approach and hands on phi-
losophy provided overall
commissary.benefit at the
highest possible level."
At the conclusion of the
award's presentation,
. Kraftchick added, "Larry's

departure is a heart break-
er. He's done so much to
help this store. In the 44
months he has been here,
sales have doubled and the
store earned the best super
store award. He will be
remembered as leading by
"Larry is one of the best
store directors DeCA has
and this is why he was
tapped to help out in
Guam," he added. "He is
going over there as the
zone manager for two years
and we hope he comes
Also present at luncheon
was NAS Jax Commanding
Executive Officer Capt.
Chuck Tamblyn who
praised Bentley's accom-
plishments and work. "It
has been a pleasure having
you be part. of the NAS Jax
family. Your vast knowledge
of grocery and commissary
retailing has proven invalu-
able. Every time we called
on you to assist our Sailors,
you responded positively
and we thank you. Your
dedication to the mission
has been exceptional and
we wish you the best," he
Joining Tamblyn in the
accolades for Bentley was
USO Executive Director
K.C. McCarthy who said,
"Larry, because of you, the
USO has been the benefac-
tor of thousands of dollars
that has helped hundreds

Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) Florida East Region Zone Director Max Kraftchick (left)
presents the Department of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award to NAS DeCA Store
Director Larry Bentley Jan. 18. Bentley will be leaving NAS Jax tomorrow for a new position
in Guam.
of military families who are and encourage my profes- go. He is a terrific man and
struggling to get by espe- sional and personal a great boss to work for. He
cially during the holidays growth." is going to be missed a lot
and we all thank you. I "I don't want him to go, around here."
have enjoyed our profes- but two years go by fast Bentley, who is looking
sional relationship and and I am already looking forward to the new chal-
wish you great success in forward to his return," she lenge ahead concluded by
Guam." added. saying, "I am looking for-
According to Juanita Since his arrival in ward to my tour as zone
Hotard, a vendor for Frito September 2002, Bentley's manager in the Western
Lay, Bentley has not only dedication and strong Pacific. While on Guam, I
been her mentor, but has desire to provide the best will be serving a large Navy
become a good friend. "I'm available product at the base and a large Air Force
very: upset by his depar- lowest possible price to the Base along with thousands
ture. Larry has helped me troops has been the driving of Army National
grow my business 126 per- force behind his every Guardsmen, Marine per-
cent in the last three years. action. Whether discussing sonnel and Department of
Larry and his wife are very new product lines with yen- Defense employees.
dear to me and I feel like dors, stocking grocery However, I look forward to
I'm losing part of my fami- shelves, sweeping the com- returning in two years.
ly," said Hotard. missary parking lot, or Take good care of your-
"I have worked for Mr. helping in the Deli or Meat selves and our service
Bentley for 15 years," Department, Bentley has members. God bless you
remarked Lorrie White, for- been a very pro-active and all."
mer NAS Jax Commissary engaged director. Hdi-M
Store secretary. "First dur- One of the store's ".L J RotoI-B Hela-Max
ing his tenure as. the zone cashiers, Linda Hunter, SALE
manager, then as our store expressed her praise for $23999
director and now that I am Bentley by saying, "I have BB R L
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By Kaylee LaRocque
Staff Writer
ast week's Wellness Camp sponsored by the Naval
Hospital Wellness Center, proved to be one of the most
successful camps ever held with 35 military members,
retirees and family members attending the two-day event.
"We had a great turnout for this camp. Last year, we
offered it in spring and fall. This year, we decided to try it in
January to help people start the new year off right. The
whole idea behind the Wellness Camp is to introduce people
to a better healthier way of living and introducing them to
the importance of exercise," explained Lt. Cmdr. Kathy
Knight, the center's department head.
"We changed a couple of things this time. We took them
next door to the fitness center and introduced them to some
of the equipment and added a run/walk session," continued
Knight. 'Of course, I think one of the most popular parts of
the camp is'when the participants go to the commissary and
learn about food products. It's really important because if
people want to eat healthier, they need to have the knowl- HM3 Chad Bayley of the Naval Hospital Jax Wellness Center monitors Loretta Williams
edge of how to read those food labels and how to make bet- an assessment test on a treadmill.
ter selections."
Health and fitness is an important aspect in everyone's -i,,
life. It affects your total well- being and plays a huge role in
how you function in your day-to-day activities.
From physical activity to nutrition to using harmful sub-*
stances, everything we do affects us on so many different
levels. How we take care of ourselves is an individual deci-
sion, but there are many guidelines and help available .
though books, personal trainers, professional counseling and
special classes.
The Wellness Center offers programs in a variety of sub-
jects to help military members, their families, retirees,
reservists and Department of Defense civilians change some
aspects of their lives.
Although much of this is done on a one-on-one basis, the S
center also offers their Wellness Camp twice a year to allow
participants to spend two full days obtaining information in
all areas of health and fitness.
On the first day of camp, participants were given a gener-
al overall health presentation covering such things as the :!
importance of physical activity, good nutrition and things '
you can do to prevent illness. After the short presentation,
each participant completed a Health Fitness Assessment
questionnaire and a series of basic tests including blood
pressure, grip strength, flexibility, aerobic capacity and body
composition measurements.
The next presentation by Wellness Center Certified
Health Promotion Specialist and Certified Addiction
Counselor Manager Danny Woodard covered different
stages of changing a person's lifestyle and how to overcome -- -
some of the barriers. Naval Hospital Jacksonville Wellness Center Registered Dietitian Cheryl Masters explain
ucts at the NAS Jax Commissary. The commissary has recently implemented a program
See CAMP, Page 7 shelf talkers stating that they are USDA Organic and Healthy Foods.


`7 *

Fitness instructor Cecille Hartsell leads Wellness Camp participants in a Powerflex class during the first day of the camp.

of the Branch Denial Clinic during

is how to read food labels on prod-
where they have labeled items with

Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 2, 2006 7

-..... .--" -' (Left) HM1 Alison Wartak, leading petty officer of the Naval Hospital Wellness Center,
--I- shuts the door of the IPOD machine while Loretta Williams of the Branch Dental Clinic
.prepares for the test. The machine measures body fat composition and lean mass of the

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the class session dealing with stress management.

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(CSSN Gregory Martin (right) and CS2 Rick Daniel of the
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Galley serve up a delicious
healthy lunch of turkey with corn salsa, black bean soup,
Sweat rolls, tomato/mozzarella patties and carrot cake to
participants s of the Wellness Camp Jan. 24.

CAMP: Workouts, massages,

Nutrition education and more

From Page 6
CSW(AW/tW) Kelvin Wiggins oe the The class was then treated to a specially prepared lunch
Naval Hospital lacksorn'ille Galley talk% courtesy of the Naval Hospital Galley. As they were being
about how easy it was to prepare the served, the cooks explained how the food was prepared
healthy lunch the participants were and other ideas for healthy eating.
about to enjoy. Later that afternoon, participants worked off their
meals during a Powerflex class at the fitness center lead
by Fitness Instructor Cecille Hartsell. Once they were
showered and cooled down, participants and were given
mini-massages courtesy of Massage Therapist Cida
The day ended with a lecture on how to choose the right
athletic shoe because there are so many different brands
\'~: and types on the market. "It's important people have the
right shoes for the right sport or workout," said Knight.
On the second day, participants headed to the NAS Jax
Commissary to learn about healthy shopping. The partici-
pants were broken down into several groups and spent a
couple hours learning how to read food labels, count calo-
ries and how to shop to provide healthy meals for their
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Hospital JaN gets his blood pressure ,iBack in class, Wellness Center Registered Dietician
checked by HM2(FMF) Sean Audain of Cheryl Masters talked about nutrition and the benefits of
Wellness Camp an 24. pyramid, vitamins and minerals, daily water.require-

ments, serving/portion sizes, fiber, the good and bad fats
.,.WelnessCentrsCetifi and how important it h is to count calories wheAd n trying to

lose weight. It's just a good overall presentation on nutri-
tion," explained Masters.
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After lunch, participants learned the results of their
health assessment tests and how to.use the fitness center

equipment and free weights. They then headed out fore

sAs the camp concluded, participants seemed excite
about the knowledge they had learned and what the
would take home with them.
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out plan and I really feel that it would be helpful if w
could get more of the younger Sailors to come, vice us o1
pti s who are here to correct problems. If it was mor
targetedutoward the younger Sailors maybe they cou
Testablihsome good habits and keep up withthhem. Thieir
S-maintenance program as well,' sa
o ,DTC(SW/AW/FMF) Christopher Wareaof the

Holpitl B Jacksonville Branch Medical Clinic
SI'm .taking a lot of this information home withs

Pepeshouldn't make drastic changes, they need to sta
tlowlWIahave a 16-year-old daughter and there are thin
dsaI've learned in this class that we can do to help herf S g
Wel'nesCa-Jan'.-yan eto the fitness center dhere and try some ofai
i.:::": i!ments, serv"na" portion sizes, fiber, the aood and bad fats

"-classes we learned about," continued Ware. "Right now,
have two different menus at our house one for the adul
and one for the kids. And that's hard. But if we start ha
ing healthy meals for all of us then maybe the kids wi
make smart choices later on in life."
"It's really a great class. I just had a baby and I'm lea
A ing how to eat healthier and more nutritious foods. I'
learning that I don't have to starve my self, but you c
take the foods you already have and cook them a differ
way and it really works. The recipes and the exerci
plans they've given us are wonderful," added SK2(AI
I Cornelia Godwin of Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
The next Wellness Camp is tentatively planned fo
October. If you would like more information on how yo,.
can achieve optimal health and wellness, stop by thi
NAS Jax Fitness Center Manager Meghan Brophy demonstrates the wrong way to use the Cybex pull-down machine to Wellness Center today for a free health screening and edud
Wellness Camp participants during the Intro to Gym Equipment Session Jan. 25. national material. For more information, call 542-5292.

8 Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 2, 2006

What do


By Chaplan (Lt.) Mylon Pope
NAS Jax Chapel
Last week someone asked me if I
was a conservative or a liberal.
In our. society, it seems that
everyone has to fit in one of those two
camps, but before I answered the
question, I did a little thought. What
do those words really mean?
It seems that if you are a."conserva-
tive" you automatically assume that a
"liberal" is extremely off base, and
incapable of rational thought, and a
"liberal" feels the same way about a
"conservative." The truth is that none
of us completely fits in either group.
For example, I think of myself as a
political and social conservative, but
when I hear some of the prominent
national spokespersons for conser-
vatism, I think they can sometimes be
narrow-minded and rigid. I think of
myself as being a liberal in the way I
love my family and in the way I try to
treat others.

es it mean to be

or 'conservative'?


I was taught the
S golden rule from
the time I was
able to under-
stand it and I still
try to treat people
"' that way today. I
.. try to be generous
in forgiveness. I
in forgiveness.try to be kind even
KK /-. when others are
cruel, and I try to
Chaplain give others the
(Lt.) Mylon Pope benefit of the
doubt even when they don't deserve
it. In some people's eyes, those radical
ideas make me a liberal. I certainly
want people to be liberal in their gen-
erosity to me.

When I go to a cafeteria, I want a
full helping of potatoes, not a partial
portion. For me, it all comes down to
this: The terms "liberal" and "conser-
vative" mean absolutely nothing.
They are just words. The thing that
really matters is how we live our
lives. Are we liberal in our compas-
sion? Are we conservative with ener-
gy that is becoming so precious?
Those are the true measures of who
we are? Sometimes I wonder if Jesus
Christ were alive today how society
would brand him. After all, he was
ostracized by his society for associat-
ing with those he should not associate
with. He actually cared about every-
one, and did not base the way he lived
on the society, but on what was right.
Perhaps if we lived our lives with that
in mind, the label "conservative" or
"liberal" wouldn't matter so much.
After all a label is only a label. The
true measure of who we are is in-how
we live, not in what we say.

Military volunteers needed at speedway

for Daytona 500 pre-race event

From Staff
Attention all NASCAR fans!
For the third consecutive year,
the military community has
been invited to be a part of the pre-
race show at the Daytona 500
NASCAR Nextel Cup race Feb. 19.
Military personnel and their family
members are being asked to unfurl
two giant American flags during the
opening ceremonies'and to also be
participants in other areas of the
Active-duty personnel are encour-
aged to wear their uniforms, although
they are not required, during the
event. All members of the cast will

be given a T-shirt to wear during the
show with their own black pants and
shoes if they chose not to wear a uni-
This is a unique opportunity to be a
part of the show and attend the race
afterwards (at no charge). If you
would like to be a part of the show,
you must attend, a Saturday practice
session at 7 a.m. The day of'the race,
you will have to arrive very early.
Details will be provided if you decide
to volunteer for the event. To sign-,
up, go to: www.d500showvolun- When filling out the form
under the block marked school, type
in "MILITARY' so you can be proper-
ly identified and cast in the produc-


Tutors needed
Brentwood Elementary needs at least four dedicated volunteers
to help tutor children, preparing them for the FCAT. Volunteers
would be needed beginning next week on Tuesdays or Thursdays
(or both) from 3:15-4:30 p.m. until the beginning of March. The vol-
unteers will assist the teachers. For more information, call Sonya at

Mobile food pantry needs workers
A mobile food pantry will be set up March 4 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
to distribute 1,500 boxes of food to needy families. At least 50 vol-
unteers are needed to help out. Volunteers will be asked to set-up
boxes of food, coordinate the movement of people and other duties
generally seen at a food pantry. For details, call Sonya at 778-2821.

Dignity-U-Wear volunteers needed
Dignity-U-Wear (DUW), a charitable organization that provides
new clothing to needy individuals and families is looking for volun-
feers. DUW and the NAS Jax Chapel have formed a partnership to
assist military families that became victims of Hurricane Katrina.
The volume of clothing coming in and going out of DUW on a daily
basis has escalated. The organization desperately needs more vol-
unteers Monday through Saturday to help sort the truckloads of
incoming clothing and then pack this clothing into boxes for distribu-
tion to the area chapels. For more information, call Peggy
McDonald, 636-9455 or email

Note: There will be limited op
tunities to park campers/motor ho
at the Saturday practice site and
overnight. There will be no facil
(i.e. water, power, etc.) so you
have to dry camp if you wish to
on Saturday night. If you would
to do this, please e-mail Cx
Cynthia Wilkerson at cynthia.e.v so we
have an idea of how many indiv
als/groups are interested in cam
that night. Transportation wi]
provided from the practice sit.
Sunday both before and after

11 be
e on

Greeters needed
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-

Docent volunteers needed
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 invalu-
able service to the museum and to its visitors. From monthly train-
ing lectures to the finished tour, docents use a combination of
important historical information and good humor to bring works of
art to life.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Susan Gallo
by phone at 899-6006 or by e-mail at

HabiJax opportunities
HabiJax is always looking for volunteers for various construction
projects. F6r more information, call Bonnie Golden at 798-4529,
Ext. 253. The HabiJax Home Store also needs help coordinating
donated materials and furniture. Call 722-0737.

Habitat for Clay County
Clay County Habitat for Humanity, Inc., serves Green Cove Springs,
Orange Park, Middleburg, Keystone Heights and Penney Farms. Volunteers
are needed Tuesday through Saturday throughout the year to help out. For
more information, call Gamble Wright-Stuebgen at 444-8524.

Navy establishes trial Warrant-Officer-to-Pilot Program
From the Chief of Naval "The concept is simple," attack and the HSC and nuclear, naval special war-
Personnel Public Affairs said Cmdr. Steve Knott, HSL helicopter communi- fare, naval special opera-

he Navy is seeking
applications from
highly-qualified and
hard-charging Sailors for a
pilot program that will
place 30 selected Chief
Warrant Officers (CWO) in
aircraft cockpits as pilots
and naval flight officers.
The intent is to create fly-
jing specialists unencum-
Ibered by the traditional
*career paths of the unre-
stricted line (URL) commu-

head of Aviation Place-
ment, PERS-433. "Replace
a percentage of the pilots
and NFOs in squadrons
that have large junior offi-
cer aviator populations and
corresponding low depart-
ment head opportunity
with chief warrant officers
who can return to these
squadrons again and again
and perform the same
duties they did before, with
no career penalty."
Targeted communities
include patrol, electronic

Targeted enlisted candi-
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tween paygrades E5 and E7
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The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 are deployed to the
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and deep waters to train for their upcoming
deployment cycle.
The squadron is currently in its third week of the
Helicopter Advanced Readiness Program (HARP), facili-
tated by the Helicopter Sea Combat Wing Atlantic
Detachment Jacksonville which serves as a first step in
preparing the squadron for action.
During this portion of the HARP program, HS-5 has
sent several of its helicopters and numerous personnel
to the Atlantic Undersea Testing and Evaluation Center
(AUTEC) located in the Bahamas. While at AUTEC, the
Nightdippers will complete several different scenarios
that test their ability to excel in the squadron's various
mission.areas. These mission specialties include flights
involving antisurface warfare exercises, antisubmarine
exercises and naval special warfare.
HS-5 personnel have placed an emphasis on helicop-
ter visit, board, search and seizure (HVBSS) scenarios
while in AUTEC. These exercises require extreme dili-
gence of all involved Nightdippers, ranging from precise
piloting to flawless aircrew performance. Squadron per-
sonnel had the added.benefit of working with explosive
ordnance disposal personnel during the HVBSS scenar-
ios, increasing the realism of the training. AW2 Shawn
Wynn said, "We utilized our special warfare counter-
parts to effectively train our crews."
This training will pay dividends in future operational
HS-5 will continue to train in AUTEC over the coming
days, honing their techniques to perfect each mission
area while also taking time to enjoy the beautiful sur-
roundings of Andros Island.

African-American History

Month luncheon planned
From Staff

T he NAS Jacksonville Multi-Cultural Awareness
Committee (MCAC) will host an African American
History Month Luncheon Feb. 16 from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the NAS Jacksonville Officers' Club.
Theevent will feature Guest Speaker Rev. Kevin
Turman and a performance by the William M. Raines
High School Chorus.
,The menu includes:
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* Baked herb chicken
" Fried catfish with

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* Peach cobbler
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from VP-30

By Lt. Steve Bradfield
WCM(NAC/AW) Stephen Fishbein of Levittown,
N.Y., retired from the Navy Jan. 13 after nearly 30
years of service. Fishbein's retirement ceremony
left standing room only in the VP-30 auditorium. In atten-
dance were his family, friends and shipmates. During the
event, Fishbein was commended by VP-30's commanding
officer for his contribution and tremendous positive effect
on all ranks of the Navy.
Fishbein enlisted in the Navy in July 1976. The high-
lights of his distinguished career include service on the
SH-3D helicopter as an aviation antisubmarine warfare
operator and search and rescue swimmer at HS-9. In
1984, he reported to VP-31 for fleet replacement training
in the P-3B aircraft. Upon completion, he served with VP-
17 in Hawaii.
He then reported to HS-1 for aircrew training on the
SH-3H helicopter and a follow-on tour with the "Dusty

AWCM(NAC/AW) Stephen Fishbein
Dogs" of HS-7. His next tour took him to the Naval
Personnel Command in Millington, Tenn. as the senior
aircrew detailer. His final assignment was with VP-30,
where he has served since December 2001 as the training
department leading chief petty officer.

NAVFAC CEC officer promoted in Jacksonville

Photo by Sue Brink
Navy Region Southeast Regional Engineer and Navy Public
Works Center Jacksonville/Engineering Field Activity
Southeast Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Walden adminis-
ters the oath of office to Lt. j.g. Charity Anderson during her
promotion ceremony Jan. 17.

By Sue Brink
Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville/Engineering
Field Activity Southeast PAO
Navy Region Southeast Regional En-gineer and
Navy Public Works Center Jacksonville/Engineer-
ing Field Activity Southeast Commanding Officer
Capt. Paul Walden administered the oath of office to Lt.
j.g. Charity Anderson during a promotion ceremony held
Jan. 17, at the T-Bar located at the Bachelor Officer
Quarters overlooking the beautiful St. Johns River.
Many of the civil engineer corps officers in the
Jacksonville area were on hand to congratulate Anderson
and celebrate at a traditional "wetting down" after the cer-
Anderson, a native of Denver, Colo., is a graduate of
Colorado State University with a degree in Mechanical
She is currently assigned to the Public Works Depart-
ment Jacksonville as a construction manager in the
Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division.
Anderson is responsible for the oversight and manage-
ment of construction contract services at NAS

Military spouses eligible for financial counselor fellowship

From Fleet and Family Support
Program Marketing
Commander, Navy Installations Command,
Millington Detachment
Military spouses interested in
the financial counseling field
can apply for one of 200 fel-
lowships being offered for the
Accredited Financial Counselor
Program. Applicants interested in the
program must apply online at before the closing date
of Feb. 14.
This program is being offered
through the Association for Financial
Counseling and Planning Education
(AFCPE), in partnership with the
National Military Family Association
(NMFA) and the NASD Investor
Education Foundation.
"The purpose of this program is to
provide 200 military spouses with the
education necessary for entry into the
financial counseling field," said David
DuBois, program manager- for
Military Career Readiness Programs,

Dealing with
By Carole Butler
Art Buchwald once said, "Tax
reform is taking the taxes off
things that have been taxed in
the past and putting taxes on things
that haven't been taxed before."
Ever since the Boston Tea Party,
taxes have been a .never-ending
resource for humorists, since every-
one understands the joke.
Complicated tax forms, W-2s, 1099s,
tax brackets, deductions, standard or
itemized; all are designed to separate
you from your money each year on
April 15. Fortunately, Armed Forces
personnel, retirees, and their families
have ready access to free tax assis-

Commander Navy Installations (CNI)
Command, Washington, D.C.
"The fellowship covers the educa-
tional costs of the program, which
includes registration, tuition and
study materials for the two courses
and one attempt at each of the two
exams. This self-study program can
take up to 18 months to complete,"
DuBois added. "Upon successful com-
pletion of the educational, testing and
experience requirements, the partici-
pant will be awarded the Accredited
Financial Counselor designation from
Applicants must be current or sur-
viving spouses of active duty or
retired Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine
Corps, Coast Guard, Army or Air
National Guard or reserve component
service members.
"This program is unique in that it
not only helps military spouses
achieve career goals and aspirations
by enhancing job-related marketabili-
ty, it also benefits military family
members by enhancing their personal

financial management skills," said
To apply for the Military Spouse
Fellowship for the Accredited
Financial Counselor Program, log
onto and click on the
Military Spouse Fellowship for the
Accredited Financial Counselor
Program link. Applications will only
be accepted online. Applicants should
read the frequently asked questions
document prior to completing the
Further questions and inquiries
may be directed to Lillie Cannon,
NMFA program manager, by email at or by calling (703)
Fellowship recipients will be select-
ed from the pool of applicants by a
panel of judges and notified by March
15, 2006. Recipients must commit to
completing the training program and
either have or will obtain financial
counseling experience while pursuing
their certificate.

taxes is no laughing matter
Active duty personnel can find When it comes to filing taxes, some
answers to relevant tax questions people want to fill out their own, so
online in IRS Publication 3, Armed the IRS web site has all the forms
Forces' Taxes Guide, or they can and instructions needed. "You can
request a hard copy of the publica- download and print off copies of tax
tion. forms and instructions if you want to
This guide explains military tax do your taxes by hand the old stub-
issues, such as filing tax extensions by-pencil method," said Lt. Cmdr.
when stationed outside the United Keith Brau of the Office of the Judge
States and Puerto Rico, deductible Advocate General, Washington Navy
expenses for a permanent change of Yard, D.C.
station, and income that is tax-free The site also has free software and
(such as Basic Allowance for Housing free e-filing at IRS Free File. "It's
and combat-zone exclusion), becoming very popular, and the IRS is
Imminent danger/hostile fire pay, a actively promoting it as the way to go
reenlistment bonus, and other income now and for the future," added Brau.
are tax free for combat-zone service. Other free services at the IRS
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"Military OneSource" has partnered up with Intuit, a
financial services company,
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Military members can down-
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"This tax consultant support for filing 2006 taxes is
available telephonically toll free (800-342-9647) and at
no cost to the service members from any deployment
location in the world," acting Deputy Undersecretary of
Defense for Military Community and Family Policy Jane
Burke said. "Military OneSource tax consultants are
also familiar with the IRS publication 'Armed Forces
Tax Guide.'"
Burke said DoD has a long history of offering tax
assistance to military members, but this year the
department is offering the opportunity for service mem-
bers to self-file electronically at no cost, using a popular
software product that double checks for accuracy.
"For many years, help has been available at many
installations through the Voluntary Income Tax
Assistance program. VITA volunteers will continue to be
available through legal centers at most installations.
VITA volunteers help service members to file their taxes
free of charge," said Burke.
Defense Department personnel noticed the need for a
tax filing system that met military members' needs.
TurboTax modifies itself based on the customer's infor-
mation relevant to their unique tax situation. Providing
an easier way to file taxes is an important quality-of-life
issue, officials said.
"DoD recognizes the reciprocal relationship that binds
the military member, the military mission, and military
families. The Department is working hard to make a dif-
ference in the quality of life of service members and
their families," Burke said. "The Military OneSource
program, available worldwide 24/7, leverage technology
to help service members and their families deal with the
stresses of the military lifestyle. Providing access to
electronic tax filing with the free telephonic support of a
tax consultant is just one of the services offered by the
Military OneSource service."
TurboTax customers can expect to see a new and
improved way of filing their taxes as well. The easy-to-
understand language allows users to febl more confident
about the information they receive. Users can also click
on an "Explain This" button within the TurboTax Web
site to get relevant help. TurboTax also includes time-
saving summary screens, allowing users to quickly
review and edit their data.
"The department is proud to offer innovative options,
like free electronic access to Turbo Tax and telephonic
support, for addressing the challenges that military
members and their dependents face. The Department of
Defense recognizes that families also serve and is com-
mitted to supporting military families," Burke said.

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Volunteers needed for

Community Emergency

Response Te
By Kaylee Larocque
Staff Writer
When a major disas-
ter strikes an
area, the first peo-
ple on the scene are nor-
mally the people who live
there. To educate citizens in
the Jacksonville area on
how to respond during a
crisis, the Jacksonville Fire
and Rescue Department
Emergency Preparedness
Division offers a special
training program dealing
specifically with emergency
The Jacksonville Com-
munity Emergency Re-
sponse Team (CERT) is a
program developed to train
and educate citizens in
recognition, response and
recovery from a major dis-
aster when emergency serv-
ices can't respond immedi-
The CERT Program be-
gan in California in the late
80's. After the 9/11 incident,
CERT was incorporated
into the Citizen Corps, a
component of USA Freedom
Corps that creates opportu-
nities for people to volun-
teer to help their communi-
ties prepare for and re-
spond to emergencies by
bringing together volun-
teers and local officials.
The eight-week long pro-
gram. teaches volunteers
how the program works,
fire safety, medical opera-
tions including treating life
threatening injuries, triage

and public health concerns,
search and rescue, terror-
ism incidents, communica-
tions, disaster psychology
and how to use different
strategies depending on the
situation. Volunteers will
also participate in a final
disaster preparedness exer-
cise to use the skills they've
The goal of the CERT
program is to have volun-
teers help make their com-
munities safer, stronger
and better prepared for pre-
venting and handling
threats of terrorism, crime
and disasters. You never
know when an emergency
might happen and you
could be the first person on
the scene. Having the right
training and knowledge
could help you or someone
else from becoming a vic-
Classes are ongoing and
volunteers are always need-
ed. The next class begins
April 18 from 6-9 p.m. and
is held every following
Tuesday night for eight
weeks. Saturday classes
begin April 22 from 9 a.m.
to noon. Classes can be
alternated to accommodate
volunteer's schedules. All
classes are held at the
Duval County Emergency
Operations Center in the
Fire and Rescue Headquar-
ters building at 515 N.
Julia Street.
For, more information,
call 630-7885 or go to

FFSC offers educational

and support
By Staff
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
Support Center
(FFSC) Life Skills Edu-
cation and Support Pro-
gram is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
family problems.
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard
the base.
Pre-registration is
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-

The following workshops
are available in February:
Feb. 13-16, 7:30 a.m. 4
p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
Workshop (separating)
Feb. 14, 9 a.m. noon -
Stress Management
Feb. 23, noon 1:30 p.m.
Cary Buying Strategies
Feb. 27 March 2, 7:30
a.m. 4 p.m. Transition
Assistance Program
Workshop (retiring)
Feb. 28, 9 a.m. noon -
Anger Management
For further information
or to register, call 542-2766,
Ext. 127.

NMCRS offers Budget

for Babies classes
By Linda Brown
he Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) at
NAS Jax offers Budget for Babies classes the first
and third Wednesday of each month.
These comprehensive classes are available to
all military personnel and their family mem-
bers. Participation of both parents is encour-
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and finan-
cial planner, helps the expecting parents
prepare a budget for baby from birth
through college. He offers money say- '
ing tips for buying baby's first items
such as furniture, car seats, carriers
and strollers. Retirement planning for
parents is also discussed.
At the conclusion of the class each
family is given "baby's first sea bag", val-
ued at $100. The sturdy canvas bag con-
tains a Gerber layette and a blanket knitted by -i1
NMCRS volunteers.
The classes are held at NMCRS in Building
13 from 9:30 a.m.-noon on the first Wednesday
of each month and from 6-8 p.m. on the third Wednesday.
To register or for more information, call 542-3515.

Fitness Source

hosts aerobathon

.Photos by PH3 Mark Braden
(Above) Fitness Instructor Terry Crawford leads a cardio kickboxing class during the "Starting It Off Right" Aerobathon
Jan. 26 at the Fitness Source. "1 really enjoyed the aerobathon. The instructors were great,", said Pamela Dick, who par-
ticipated in the event.

By Meghan Brophy
Fitness Center Manager
The NAS Jacksonville Fitness
Source hosted its' first aerobathon
Jan. 26. Forty-five patrons chal-
lenged themselves to five 30-
minute sessions of different group
exercise classes taught by five dif-
ferent instructors. Those partici-
pants who stayed through the
entire event received an incentive
The event began at 5 p.m. with
Just Step taught by Monie
Winchester. Just Step is an inter-
mediate level step class that con-
sists of basic moves and combina-
tions. Oliver Columbine followed
her and taught Step Challenge. The
Step Challenge class is an
advanced step class that includes
combinations and more choreogra-
phy. Third in the line-up was Terry
Crawford who taught Cardio
Kickboxing. This is a class based on
kickboxing moves including punch-
es and kicks. During the fourth ses-
sion, things slowed down a little
with the Body Definition portion
led by Tracey Markley. In this class,
the focus was on toning, defining,
and flexibility. Last but not least,
Val McCartin led the Yoga session.
The Yoga class uses the mind and
body to increase stretch, relaxation,
stamina, and strength.
The goals of the aerobathon were
to introduce new classes and
instructors and to provide a fun
way to get involved with exercising.
"It was great to see so many differ-
ent people there. There were civil-
ians and active duty, older and
younger participants and as many
new faces as familiar faces," Katie
Mathison commented after the
event. Many of the participants
were already asking when the next
one would be held. Tracey Markely,
one of the instructors commented,
"I had a great time and would love

Fitness instructor Monie Winchester leads the Just Step class
during the "Start It Off Right" Aerobathon. "I had such a good time
during this event. It was nice to see all the different people participating. The
instructors were very knowledgeable," remarked participant Katie Mathison
after the event.

to see more events like this."
There were all different ages and
levels of fitness represented.
Pamela Dick, a 63-year-old wife of a
retiree, was the oldest participant
at the event.
After staying for the whole event
she said, "I am going to have to go
home and eat a plate of meat and

potatoes after that work-out but, I
had a fabulous time."
The Fitness Source will host
more aerobathons in the future,
along with other programs. The
next event, the Sit-Up Contest, is
Feb.16 from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m.
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Navy extends Early Transition Program for 2006

By Sharon Anderson
Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs
he Navy is again offering
Sailors whose active-duty
obligated service (EAOS)
ends before Oct. 1 the opportunity
for early separation under anoth-
er installment of the Early
Transition Program.
"With the continued high reen-
listment rates and low attrition
rates, the Navy can continue to
extend this early transition
option to our Sailors," explained
Chief of Naval Personnel Vice
Adm. John Harvey Jr. "Sailors
have the opportunity to continue

service to their country through
the Navy Reserve. They may also
continue service in the Army
through the Blue to Green pro-
Sailors interested in early tran-
sition must request a separation
date no later than Aug. 15. All
requests must be received by
PERS-4832 not later than Aug. 1
through their commanding offi-
cers. Commanding officers have
final disapproval authority for all
requests and may grant separa-
tion leave, but permissive tempo-
rary duty and involuntary sepa-
ration pay are not authorized.

Sailors who are enrolled in the
Montgomery GI Bill program will
receive one month of benefits for
each full month served on active
duty up to a maximum of 36
months. Those discharged under
this program who have served 20
months of a two-year enlistment
or 30 months of a three-year
enlistment will receive 36 months
of benefits.
For the first time, Sailors who
received an enlistment bonus
may request a waiver of repay-
ment for the portion of the bonus
for active-duty time not served.
Waiver requests must be made as

outlined in NavAdmin 022/06 or
repayment will be automatic.
This voluntary program applies
to most Sailors in the active,
reserve, full-time support and
canvasser recruiter communities.
However, it does not apply to
selected reserve Sailors (includ-
ing mobilized reservists), those
Sailors under a selective reenlist-
ment bonus or eligible for SRB
reenlistment contract. Also ineli-
gible for the early transition are
those in the nuclear ratings,
SEAL, SWCC, EOD, or Diver pro-
grams or who enlisted under the
National Call to Service program.

All Sailors are encouraged to
consider service in the Navy
Reserve once their active-duty
time is complete.
The Blue-to-Green program
also provides transitioning
Sailors the opportunity to make a
seamless switch to the active-
duty Army with no break in serv-
ice. Both of these options are
available for Sailors taking
advantage of the Early Transition
For more information, refer to
NavAdmin 022/06, available at, or contact your
command career counselor.

TAXES: Plenty of help available for dealing with dreaded tax season

From Page 9

to real people over the phone or
at an IRS office.
For those who dread filling out
tax forms, whether digitally or
with a stubby pencil, the IRS
trains volunteers to prepare taxes
for active-duty personnel,

retirees, and their dependents,
free of charge. The Volunteer
Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
representatives are collateral
duty personnel on ships, especial-
ly aircraft carriers, and on Navy
and Marine Corps bases.
Trained volunteers at our mili-
tary tax sites will prepare the tax

returns; federal and state; for free
and electronically file them for
free," says Brau. "In a few cases,
we are not able to send returns
electronically, so paper returns
must be used."
To have taxes prepared by a
VITA rep, bring complete tax

records, such

as dependents'

Social Security cards, W-2 and
1099 forms from employers and
and paperwork for any special
circumstances, such as selling a
home. "For complex returns, bring
a copy of the prior year's tax
return," said Brau.
A thorn in the side of American

taxpayers since the tea-tossing
incident, the idea of paying taxes
has been fair game for American
humorists, who have added some
levity to our annual tax rite. But
as Benjamin Franklin observed,
"In this world nothing can be said
to be certain except death and

USO: Happy 65th Birthday!

From Page 1
With 27 independent affiliates through-
out the continental United States, and
many throughout the world operated by
USO World Headquarters, they still
embody the original philosophy of provid-
ing a "Home Away From Home" as well as
providing access to wholesome entertain-
ment and recreation free of charge or at
reduced rates. All USOs rely on the civil-
ian communities they exist in for their
financial support. Contrary to popular
belief, the USO receives no government
The Greater Jacksonville Area USO
relies on the communities that comprise
the Jacksonville area and the surround-
ing counties to provide the required funds
to operate. In addition to individual con-
tributions, the USO receives funding from
United Way, the City of Jacksonville, and
the Combined Federal Campaign. Several
fundraisers are held throughout the year
to assist with generating revenue. The
most successful and most popular is the
golf tournament which is entering its
13th year and is now named in honor of a
former Executive Director Capt. Bob
Coonan. Last year, the USO held its first
Patriot Ride. This year's ride is scheduled
for March 26. The USO also hopes to have
its first gala later in the year to help cele-
brate the USO's 65th anniversary.
Several companies in Jacksonville have
been long time financial supporters of the
USO. At the top of the list are Miller
Electric and W.W. Gay Mechanical.
Recent additions to the top contributors
are Goodrich Engineered Polymer
Products and Armor Holdings, Inc.
Goodrich recently pledged $50,000 over
the course of five years, along with the
funds raised during their annual holiday
celebration. A USO banner was given to
Goodrich stating their commitment to the
USO as their charity of choice and it is
now displayed on the crane in their ware-
house for all employees to see.
Armor Holdings Inc. serves as the
founding sponsor of the USO Welcome
Center at Jacksonville International
Airport, which opened Nov. 11, 2004, with
a pledge of $30,000 over four years.
Another form of support from compa-
nies and organizations is demonstrated
through donated and discounted tickets
to events in the community. The
Jacksonville Jaguars make available tick-

ets to active duty personnel for purchase
through the USO at a substantially'
reduced cost. They also promote the dona-
tion of tickets by season ticket holders in
their fan guide. One thousand tickets
were also provided free of charge to one of
the pre season games.
The University of Louisville donated
750 tickets to the Gator Bowl to the USO,
and many alumni of the university and
those from the Virginia Tech donated
their tickets to the USO.
A relationship has also been estab-
lished with the Jacksonville Symphony
where tickets are made available for some
performances for distribution through the
USO. Last year, the IMAX Theater at ,
World Golf Village donated 2,000 movie
tickets. Singer Neil Diamond also donated
tickets to the USO in every city he per-
formed in, including 500 free tickets to
the Greater Jacksonville Area USO.
The Postal Service in northeast Florida
encouraged customers to purchase inter-
national calling cards for the troops
resulting in more than 10,000 calling
cards donated for distribution. Southern
Roof Center runs a promotion each year
to generate funds for purchasing calling
cards, which has provided a contribution
of more than $22,000 the past two years.
VyStar Credit Union serves as the
sponsor of the annual Zoo Night held the
first Saturday of May each year. United
Way of St. Johns County provides the.
financial support and the Elks Lodge in
St. Augustine provides the muscle to put
on USO Pal Day each year during which
all/attractions are open free of charge and
a free lunch is provided to all attendees.
In 2005, the USO cared for numerous
military families from the Gulf Coast who
were displaced by Hurricane Katrina. The
USO assisted with donated clothing, linen
and bedding and furniture as these fami-
lies had to establish new homes. They
also provided free meals for three weeks
to the families welcoming them to the
Jacksonville community.
All of this and so much more is how the
Jacksonville community helps the USO
demonstrate the community's apprecia-
tion to our local military men and women,
and their families, for their service and
sacrifice. Our work is never done. If you
ever wonder what you can do to support
the troops, the USO can help!

HS-3: 'Tridents' do their part in Iraq

From Page 1
and southeastern Iraq as part of the Blue
Shark Mission, which supports the British
Armed Forces in Iraq.
The original Blue Shark Mission began
approximately two years ago with HS-5 on
board USS George Washington (CVN 73).
HS-5 started the mission patrolling the
waterways and the oil pipelines. When
HS-3 assumed the mission, it was expand-
ed to patrolling and assisting the British
soldiers with their peacekeeping missions
in the area of Iraq known as Multi-
National Division Southeast (MND SE).
"The British Army requested us to aug-
ment their helicopter support to boost
coalition efforts," said Cmdr. Thomas
Fitzgerald, HS-3 commanding officer.
MND SE covers the southeastern part of
Iraq and the inland waterways, and HS-3
patrols the area as well as the oil pipelines
within the area including the two oil plat-
forms; Al Basra Oil Terminal and Khawr
Al Amaya Oil Terminal. HS-3 augments
Joint Helicopter Force, which is comprised
of the British Army, the Royal Navy, the
Royal Air Force, the Royal Marines and the
Danish Army.
"They have been an invaluable help, pro-
viding us with the extra capacity to carry
out more missions such as airborne vehicle
checkpoints and security flights," said Sgt.
Liam Clarke, flight operations manager,
Royal Air Force.
According to AW1 William Rush, on a
typical day, the HS-3 team will fly two to

three missions with the British.
"We provide personnel transportation for
the British as well as aerial support while
the British Soldiers perform vehicle
inspections at random intersections
throughout the area," said Rush. "The
crew kept a watchful eye from the helicop-
ter while providing convoy escorts for
troops traveling through the area on their
way north."
Fitzgerald said HS-3 personnel act as
plane guards around TR, and the Blue
Shark Mission provides them a chance to
do something different.
"Our guys like it," said Fitzgerald. "It's a
change of pace for our guys, and it's inter-
esting because we're helping the British
According to Rush, most of the time the
locals are just curious about why the heli-
copters are there. "Most of the time, this
area is very calm, and it isn't as hostile as
the northern parts of Iraq."
"One of the challenges in this mission is
the British maps are a little different from
our maps, so it took some time to get use to
them," said Rush.
He said he enjoys helping and feels like
what HS-3 is doing makes a difference.
"I was here during the elections a couple
weeks ago," said Rush. "We had the troops
from the Royal Irish Regiment with us,
and we were helping to keep the popula-
tion calm. We are actually helping the
troops on the ground, and we have a hand
in helping Iraq become a free country."

WARRANT: 30 to be selected for.pilot program

o From Page 8
intent is for flying CWOs
not to fill JO billets that
are normally considered
career milestones for URL
Thirty Sailors will be
selected for the pilot pro-
gram, commissioned as
CWO2 prior to LDO/CWO
indoctrination, and subse-
quently undergo flight

training. Once winged, pro-
gram CWOs incur an eight-
year minimum service
requirement for pilots (six
years for NFOs) and com-
plete traditional sea/shore
rotations between opera-
tional units and shore-
based aviation production
sources only (FRS, TRA-
COM, NSAWC, and Weapon
The newly-winged avia-

tors will receive fleet
replacement squadron
training and then report to
the fleet.
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Navy Personnel Command
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Mission First, Sailors Always.

For more information, call 542-3493
Bowling leagues now forming!
Start date is today!
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-

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

Sit-up Contest
Feb. 16
6 a.m.- 6 p.m.
One minute timed contest.
Prizes awarded!

For more information about I.T.T. trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.

Silver Springs with Kenny Rogers in Concert
Feb. 11
Includes transportation, attractions, and Kenny Rogers
Sign-up at I.T.T. by Feb. 9.

Okefenokee Swamp
Feb. 25
$26 adults, $19 children under 11
Includes transportation, guided boat tour, scenic nature
drive, and a visit to The Chesser Homestead.
Sign-up at I.T.T. by Feb. 23.

From MWR

he NAS Jacksonville Child Develop-
ment Center (CDC), Child Develop-
ment Home (CDH) Program, and
School Age Care (SAC) Programs offer full-
time care through the Centralized
Enrollment Waiting List (CEWL). The
CEWL for NAS Jacksonville is operated
through the CDC front desk and provides
parents one location on the base to enroll
children of all ages in these programs.
The CEWL is a process created by the
Navy for use in all of its child and youth
programs to offer parents "one-stop shop-
ping" for child care needs. The CEWL
moves children through three lists as
applicable to the specific family situation:
projected care, excess demand, and prefer-
ence care.
The projected care list is for children
who do not need care at the moment but
will need care at some time in the future.
Children on this list will most likely be not
born yet, newborns who are not eligible for
care for a few weeks, or children of all ages
who are not physically at a command but
moving to the command in the future.
The excess demand list includes all chil-
dren who are eligible for care, but for
whom there is not a Navy sponsored space
available to offer them. Navy sponsored
spaces are those in the Navy CDCs, Navy
CDHs and Navy SAC programs. When a
parent is offered a viable Navy sponsored
space, the parent has two choices: accept
the space or not accept the space. Either
way, the child is moved from the excess
demand list.

MWR is looking for s
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N AS Jacksonville is hosting a Safety
Rodeo for motorcycles, ATVs, per-
sonal watercraft, and boats March
3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at NAS Jackson-
The Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Department (MWR) is currently looking
for sponsors of safety apparel and associat-
ed safety gear. Sponsors will display mer-
chandise that meets the requirements of
applicable military instructions.
Motorcycle safety apparel that meets

Photo by Shannon Leonard
The new NAS Jax Golf Clubhouse will open in the spring. A
men and women's locker room, large dining with four 52-
inch plasma flat screen TVs and a huge back deck overlooking
the golf course are just some of the amenities that will be
offered to customers. New golf cars and beverage cars are
also being purchased. For more information, call 542-3249.
Travel Fair
March 18
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
NEX Food Court
Vendors and door prizes.

Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to El-E5 single
or unaccompanied active-duty members. Call the Liberty
Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.

Professional Bull Riding Trip
Southern Ford Dealers Invitational
$10, includes transportation and ticket

Super Bowl Party
At The Zone
Sunday, 4 p.m.
$2, includes games, prizes and food!

Skating Rink Trip
Feb. 7, 6:30 p.m.
$5, includes transportation, skates, and skate pass.

New Orleans Weekend Trip
Feb. 17-20
$120, payment plans available.
Includes transportation and three nights lodging.

If a parent accepts the offered space,
they may move to the preference care list if
the space is not in the program that they
prefer for their child to be in. For example,
the child is offered a space in the CDC but
the parent prefers to place the child in a
CDH home. The parent may also move to
the preference care list if they do not
accept the offered space.
The preference care list is for children
who have not been offered their preferred
type of Navy-sponsored care. If CDC, CDH
and,SAC are offered at the base, a child
may stay on the preference care list until
he/she is offered the type of care the par-
ents prefer. The preference care list may
also include a sibling who has been offered
care but is waiting to enroll when a
younger or older sibling is also offered the
same type of care so parents do not have to
go to two child care facilities each day.
For additional information on any of the
Navy child and youth programs, parents
are encouraged to call:
Child Development Center
Child Development Home Office
School Age Care Program
Youth Activities Center

safety rodeo sponsors
Department of Defense requirements for
use on board Department of Defense
installations include Department of
Transportation approved helmets, goggles
and face shields, sturdy footwear, full-fin-
gered gloves, riding jackets and pants and
any items which improve visibility.
Presentations or displays that promote
proper safety merchandise features and
uses are highly desired. For more informa-
tion on sponsorship, please contact MWR
Marketing Director Shannon Leonard at
542-3577 or email Shannon.d.Leonard@

For information on booking command or private functions
at the O'Club or T-Bar, please call the Officers' Club main
office, 542-3041.
Reef & Beef
Tomorrow, 6:30-9 p.m.
All you can eat gourmet seafood & beef buffet.
Call 542-3041 for reservations.

Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. The Legend of Zorro (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Wallace & Gromit (G)
Saturday, 7 p.m. Elizabethtown (PG13)
Feb. 10, 7 p.m. The Constant Gardener

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-
324. For Mulligan's, call 542-2936.

NAS Jax Golf Course Moving Sale
Feb. 25-26
Discounts on golf equipment and merchandise.

For more information on Youth Activities call 778-9772
Hoop it up at the Youth Center
Begins Feb. 22
Monthly three-on-three basketball tournaments
Ages 9-17

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Softball meetings slated
There will be several softball meetings Feb. 15 in the Building
850 conference room. The season will begin in March. The follow-
ing are the times of the meetings:
Greybeard 11:30 a.m. Open to active duty, selective
reservists and command Department of Defense personnel age 30
and up.
Intramural noon Open to active duty, selective reservists and
command Department of Defense personnel.
Women's league 12:30 p.m. Open to active duty, selective
reservists, military dependents over 18 and Department of Defense
Commands having their athletic officer or designated representa-
tive attend the meeting 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.
Open softball meeting planned
An open softball meeting will be held Feb. 16 at 3 p.m. at
Mulligans. This league is open to NAVAIR and Department of
Defense employees, active duty, military dependents over 18 and
selective reservists. Rules as well as days of the week and times
for the games will be discussed at the meeting.
Racquetball tourney
An open racquetball tournament will be held Feb. 28 through
March 3 each night at 5 p.m. at the NAS Jax Gymnasium.The tour-
nament is free and is open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women. There is a competitive division and a recreational division.
Awards will be given to the winners of each division. Call 542-3239
to sign up by Feb. 22.
Sports officials and scorekeepers needed
The North Florida Military Officials Association is looking for indi-
viduals 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 771-1333.
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 provid-
ed as well as transportation, entry fees, and lodging costs.
Interested runners must compete in a sanctioned (USA Track and
Field, USA Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of America)
race and your time must be one of top 10 regional qualifying times.

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 Tuesdays and Thursdays and the first
Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
For more information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID #300 meet-
ings are held the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United
Methodist Church Education Building at
5900 Ricker Road. For more information,
call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter
38 meetings are held the second Tuesday
of each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira
Drive, Orange Park, Fla. The chapter also
has service officers available Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. to
help with claims. To make an appointment
or for more information, call 269-2945.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club gen-
eral membership meetings are held at 7:30
p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month
at the clubhouse (Building 1956) adjacent to
the Mulberry Cove Marina. Boaters and
non-boaters are invited to attend. The Navy
Jax Yacht Club is a members only club
open to all active duty, reserves, retired mili-
tary and active and retired DoD civilians.
For more information, call 778-0805 or
Parents Without Partners meetings are
held the second Sunday of every month at 7
p.m. at The Country Cabin restaurant locat-
ed on Blanding Boulevard. This organiza-
tion is open to any single, divorced, separat-
ed, or widowed that have children of any

If you have run in a sanctioned race and your time meets the
regional qualifying time, contact your base athletic director.
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 bill.bonser@ or visit

Intramural Basketball Standings

VP-30 Staff
NavHosp Gold
VP-30 Students
Blount Island
NavHosp Blue
AIMD 400

As of Jan.


Greybeard Basketball Standings


As of Jan. 27
Wins Losses
4 0

ff you smoke around your children, they can inhale the
equivalent of IfO packs of cigarettes by age 5. Call
the Welnffss Center at 542-5292 to quit for the

Red Cross collecting

personal hygiene items

for Iraq war wounded
SN aval Hospital Jacksonville's American Red Cross
volunteers continue to collect personal hygiene
products, such as shaving products, soaps, sham-
poos and hair care items, lotions, cleansing wipes, tooth-
paste/brushes, mouthwashes, etc. to send to the National
Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. The donated items
will be provided to wounded troops being treated there.
The Red Cross volunteers have already collected and
shipped one large box of items to the Center and the items
were most appreciated.
A drop box for such items is located at the Red Cross
Information Desk at the Outpatient Clinic entrance.
Donations will be taken from 8 a.m. to noon, Monday
through Friday.

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 reserva-
tions by calling 573-2498.
Stars and
Feb. 6, 10-11 a.m. or
1:30-2:30 p.m.
Come and learn astrono-
my thie fun and easy way.
We will show you how to
make some simple tools to
help you learn to identify
stars and constellations in
the night sky.
Nature Weaving
Feb. 14, 1-2:30 p.m.
Duplicate some of the
earliest methods of weaving
by making your own loom
using gathered twigs.
Learn the mechanics of
weaving while using grass-.
es, weeds and other natural
materials to create your
own nature weaving. The
end product will be an orig-
inal creation that you can
display on a door or wall.
Hooray for
Audubon Adventures:
Turtles -Armored
Feb. 17, 10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
Do you know the differ-
ence between a tortoise, a
terrapin, and a turtle?
Become more educated
about these armored rep-
tiles while examining both
living and non-living speci-
mens, and learn some sim-
ple things you can do to

help all kinds of turtles.
Participants will take home
an Audubon Adventures
newspaper on turtles,
designed for students func-
tioning at grades 3-5.
Basketweaving: Egg
Feb. 23, 10 a.m.-noon
Learn to make an egg
basket using materials
found in nature. This pro-
gram is for people 12 years
and older and requires
using some hand tools.
Please call 573-2498 for
tools list and to register.
Materials to make basket
will be provided.
Feb. 28,10-11:30 a.m. or
1-2:30 p.m.
If you enjoyed our previ-
ous orienteering treasure
hunt, you will want to join
us in an intermediate
adventure challenge.
Participants will use a map
and compass to navigate
through an off-trail course.
Strollers are not appropri-
ate for this program.

ages. For more information, please check
out our Web site at or
call 307-6261. The meeting for December is
The MOMS Club of Jacksonville -
Orange Park / Westside holds their busi-
ness meeting the second Thursday of each
month from 10-11 a.m. at the Calvary
United Methodist Church, 112 Blanding
Boulevard across from the Orange Park
Mall. Members meet for playgroups, field
trips, MOMS Nite Out and family outings.
For information, contact Angela Adams at
688-0077 or visit
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is held the third
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
Fleet Reserve Center on Collins Road. For
more information, call AO1 Michael Steckly
at 542-5508 or Jim Bottac at 542-2939. You
can also visit
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 invi-
tation to all currently employed and retired
federal employees to our regular meeting
held at 1 p.m. on the fourth Thursday of
each month at the Murray Hill United
Methodist Church, (Fellowship Hall
Building) at 4101 College Street. For more
information, call'R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers
Association holds its monthly meeting on

5K Run to help

children's house

S t. Margaret's Child-
ren's House, a not-for-
profit school, is hosting
the fifth annual Fleming
Island 5K Run March 4 at
Village Square in Fleming
Island Plantation. This
event includes a 5K Run at
8 a.m., One-Mile Fun Run
at 9 a.m. and Pre-K Dash at
9:20 a.m.
Registration forms are
available at the following
Fleming Island merchants
and organizations: St.
Margaret's Episcopal
Church and Children's
House, Fleming Island
Plantation Amenities
Center, BB and T Bank,

Chic-fil-A, Orion Fitness,
Barco-Newton YMCA, and
the Jacksonville Running
Day of event registration
will be held at the Orion
Fitness Center, 2245
Plantation Center Drive in
Village Square, Fleming
Island Plantation, from 7-
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For more information, con-
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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 togeth-
er at the Dairy Queen on Kingsley Avenue
at 7 p.m. every Friday night. For more infor-
mation, call 269-5369 or visit
The Jacksonville Genealogical Society
will present their 2006 Spring Genealogical
Seminar Feb. 18 at St. Paul's Church Hall,
2609 Park Street from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Lunch is
included with cost of registration. For com-
plete details and registration forms go to
First Coast Black Nurses Association
Inc. is hosting the third annual Women and
Heart Disease Seminar Feb. 25 from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Omni Hotel in downtown
Jacksonville. Breakfast will be served. For
more information and to register, call 244-
7950 by Feb. 17.
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 information, call (904) 824-

Cyclists needed for event

Team Navy Jax will be riding again and
additional cyclists are needed to participate
in the second annual Tour de Cure May 20-
21. This is a non-profit fund-raising event
sponsored by the American Diabetes
This year's ride will take cyclists from
Jacksonville to Fernandina Beach.
For more information about Team Navy
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many amen. 90447277 school & YMCA $1290 Baptist Hosp. $1450mo. schls, bad crdt OK $900 own bath, no pets no depncludesanl 962-5420 AATArn
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We finance you. Call Furnished Twnhse, w/d.1900sf, GREEN COVESPNGS 3200 Sqft on Black subdv. new home 4/2 2 6 m t hly Room for Rent 725-0556 / 591-3027 610 Specialty Training/
Sandy P@695-2255 405Apartments pool, tennis, fitness. 4 br/2ba 1800sf, Creek with 4 acres lake view, huge lot, 982-5835 $400/mo,all utili- Events
Sandy 410 Condominiums $1200m. 645-6510 covered rch Siver and 3 stall barn $1395mo. 949-425-3637 MANDARIN safe & quiet, 41ties included, also Beach Blvd. across from
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370 LotsforSale Communities TER 1/1, 917sf, 2/2.5TH, cgar 175 wkly +dep, Utils 250-2500sf. 463-7071
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AMELIA ISLAND 435 Rooms to Rent SOUTHSIDEBiiI next to Argyle Elem. 850-375-7633 or e-mail riverview$650. Includes EXECUTIVE OFFICES Career Service Available
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5 ACRE FARM Large 614-6166 Dan Jones lake view, 2834sf, $1600/mo. $1200/mo. New home 631 5664 Jacksonville, FL, 32256
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60 LOT SUBDIVISION 40 Furnished $1225 obo 561-312-8019 OCEANWAY Brand 2733939 610-6460 WESTSIDE -Need rmmte Industrial for Rent Financial Week DaClass Feb 6
Zoned duplex city wtr. new house4/2.5+Den, WESTSIDE HOME HUGE iet h $400 Commercial/ 8 Week EeClass March 5
sewer. DarienGA. _D ST.JOHNS Rte 210/195, Homes, 3cargarage,2834sq ft LOT. 4/2, brick extra 3/2 quiet home, $4mO Businesses for Sale 50Business
912.6345788 or22110 nshe studio apt, new 2 story TH 2/2.5 Townhomes,and Lakevew,$1600/mo. extras, office, ch/a utilities 962-4789mo 510r le 550Busin cities rul
709-2400 acres of 1 room Includes attch ar, ate poo4-66-4360 Condominiums Covered porch, PCS Kurt laundry $1095. 504-9471 W'slde male seeks male forSale 55Distributorships/ e(904)o26o2ss
709-2400 acres of u tilties, ashe/ $lOSnmo 904-669-4360 904 307-803k for Sale 555 DStributorships/ 'W
lopableland1,2,3,4, & 5 Bedrms 904-307-8023Benom mate week 51 Retail/Office Space Franchises Florida Real Estate Institute,
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between Savannah& 912-729-4103 Ba edos$500$2500 3/15/2006 2BRBASMALLCOTAGE, Ch&a, TV/cabe/VCR forRent 560Financial ServiceS
Brunswick. Frontage on Baymeadows/9A NO WD HOOKUP. QUIIETI Clean. 904-771-8225 56 Money to Lend
Hwy 17. "For example" Campfield -2/2 new In the OCEANWAY REF REQ.$595/MO. 778-2897"Financean
709 acres for $187 mIll. Apartments $1200/mo. 904891-6167 Following Areas: Brand new house, S'9 IF seeks day Commercial or Borrow 705 Financial
all 1-866-888-7332 4 Unfrnished Northside 4/2.5+den, 3 car working Male. Furn rm 505 Industrial 570 Mortgages Bought
73.5 ACRES Farm land, Houses San Marco No HUDw$650m+dep. For Reut DAN BOCASH-C
Lowndes CO. GA, 1 mi ATL BCH TH -2/1.5, FPL,415 Amelia View porch PC, Kurt, 6938 Goldilocks Ln. is e ________
from interstate 75 So. pool, playgrnd, $750 + I Arlingtn p K SUNBEAM RD Ofc/Whse gre owp bankcard-
$12,000/AC 229-242-9911 sec, bkrnd chk, P e Arlington 9043078023/Benny W'SIDE 3/1; fen'd front & Rooms 800sq, $650 NO dep. business. Limitless
or Eve: 229-247-0902 241.8706/463-8030 PV-Gated Sawgrass, Southside 80828-3424 back yrd new paint & 435 Roo 45800 Sunbeam Rdep. Business bonus opportunity,
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468-4436, 229.392.0392 MAND/S'SDE -2/2 condo Unfurnished 9ny g0 non0 smoker, seven do 21Estd. Business.4 hours/day. Drug Free Workplace
Ne92tedA pool N ci d CALL2/2con3/2.5, Icar, TH's w/many min291-0690 mles from NAS JAX, office. Avail. 3/15/06. 1700 Outdoor Clients
CAROLINA LAND! w, A oolc d AB new carpet CALL 757-3466 ugrds/amen. Neg. rent W'side -Waterfront liv- $400/mo call 386 0207 Only $2.95/sf gross. $7000 down
20 ac reek$89990 895mo.Ca545-1999 frelace garage, w/d FOR OUR anda 1- 901 ing 3/3 on 1/2 ac. newEaston Sanderson & McGinty & Assoc. Broker 707 Driver
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919-693-8984 or email:h hu ,,iinfd Pn1EPED A LScorn BanNewP3/t, eTile yd. $1375mo. 6B998796 LUXURY ROOMS ,- NORTHSIDE pets, $700/mo, Brand New 3/2, Cer. Tile yd. $1375m. 699w/Microwave & Refrig!
CHARLTON CO. GA 200ac ) $540 -$745 move-in special, 221.5652 Lg Kit. Many amenities W'S Near O.P. 3br ch&a Low Daily/Wkly Rates! 5 Businesses BUY A JOBI 12 Class A drivers
nLOa lOt. G20a, 2, & 3 eBR's FCCESn3 / av. $1100m. 937-643-1729 quality area, Irg yrd, 10% Off for Wkly Room! 507 Fo Sale $50,000/yr. Est. Business. needed ASAP Call
o s Available! ALT BCH Exc Cond 3/1.5, ICW/KERNAN 3/2, /2 w/stud all brk nopets $795mo + dep. NN (904 3 r ork 4 hrs/day. Must GP4437377
near Folkston.2 72 I lots A2 w h u oa, 2car garage, C 'all .04-777.8817 Beufl alike outdoors. 1700 r rivint 4-737i
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FOR SALE Greebriar A PARKM alSom a a-64 $500 Down U OWN front Condo. Close Roy's St. Mary, w/3stry resid. $7000 Down Payment. be working in 48
FOR SALE Greenbrar APARTMENTS 9-817 Mayport on lake formal $1150. Call 610-663 Bone Fish & Theatre. b, hse. 25min. from Dwntn Call Bob McGinty & hours.
Plantation. Greenbriar AATENSM &pr nfora all areas EZ Qualify 'utInd $750m. 233.2984 Jax. $495k. 904.626.8359 Assoc. Broker
tR d reenste ARGYLE 1800sf, story, -living &dining, OPBrand new 3Br/5Ba ll the Hotline 388-1208 uti l $750m. 2332984 Jax. $495k. 9046268359
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Private causeway, a le available. 4 6 42 Maufactured furnesmall dep. bus- Office SpaceDiver?
Co ARYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM, spnkfoyer ystem Orane Homes line/store, 766-2233 510 ,For Sale 1 I., We have 9full-time
Realty Group 3181197 FIREPLACESCREENEDPATIO, security system, new Park Middleburg- Orange Pairk II.- positions to fill. Call :
FOR SLARGE FENCED BACKYARD. vinyl sidig, termite /Brl.:k h.-, 31:,r 21303 ARGYLE 3 2 DW. p.I lot M50 monolease, BAYMEADOWSOFFICE Americ.'s Premier GPC Driving 443.737, -
FOR SALE (6) 5 Acre RREQUIRED$9977297 bond lawn reatmentc Lrt. r ,_r e. ,Jincludewasheder, CONDO FOR SALE For in.n
Tracts,Gilchrist Co. FL, RIVERSIDE-1BR, near REFREQUIRED995772897wnrfees la a ru ~ .. A r..-1 c Cs e r. OD FOR . sex pa rd. nn
nr Suwannee river 5Points. clean, nopets ARGYLE 8121 Boones- paid byowner.Aval si,ch-n. 2 c ar ar3re ,J.-655 all704gl4319dforUlappl esc 51 00CF E -"22L:- 2 bNeig d o Interviewe s.
$125K/tract. Call 2590SPosttSt,$500+dep borough Trail 3/2, now!15OOBO.Calnl $'00,.c 21 a7202at "i 'c 2 g e lo intrvI .
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777-0691 or 777-1380 904-223-0048 Orange Park-.Brick r9.( 3, '.ao, 1 Juulington Creek area ORB Willn.9 .:. t,:ck
LAND FOR SALE: RIVERSIDE Cute 2/1, $650. House, 3 2,2 car gar.. a a:* 1 3 y .-"- I.3 1 n 1 V For., info., call ir.. all ar,-, r.:..:,inq
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$2200/ac; LaurensCo. firs, brick, ch/a wd lake front exec hm.3/2, Availtoday, new 4/2, 4 lease.2152026 n.,-, C 2j a r5' 253 visit us on lihre 31: 5.500'-00.'.-l, Appat
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Park & Plenty of Golf School. Must see! 2/2, Arlington 3/2, fp,cbl, nbckyd, airport new ad. w/. $425t+i $ ,stove, Mani tutor in students allowance and
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S$690m. 904-874-1814 l pool, $1100/mo+ dep N e ne rsr 904-465-7277/206-412-146 InVestor / Agentoffices $30K invest. Free
North Ga. Hall CO. 200+ WESTS 904- 234-3652 duplex Nice parking 1 e a Investor / Agent info pkg 1.800.434-2582 ] L a]TJ :
NacresthGa. 15 minutes frHall 2BR DPLEX, NEW E CARPET ARLINTON-3/2 oo, ree water/1, SAN MARCO1814 Terry 430 Roommates 850-288-1492 F/T$20HR Must own and
1-85 & 1-985 beautiful 2BRDUPLEX, NEWCARPET ARLINGTON-3/2 tile, $800/mo +sec 2/1, Pl. 3br laundry rm,____________________
e85e,198o5lbd ifl s ANDTILE, FENCED YARD. 20mins.tobase carpet $950/mo+sec appi, ch/a. Call 055Ln operate 2001 or newer-
rolling ideal invest REF REQUIRED $595 77-2897 $1300 82Cal21,103. Call 247-3191 534-4771 or551-2036 Arlington 3/2, split 565 one to Lend vehicle (suchs /
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horse.farmC$22,00uTper GoryWest ATL BCH 3/2. washer LuxurlH.dSpo..8.or38orwF.w/tropperpool.904234 3652oa'
acre. Owner Chester Apartments dryer hookup. fen r yardo Uprde,'- J-DRobertTj- J jTT D c- .are .. C'r'mm, ll'..
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amenities, lake views, 1998,CB 1875sf,appli, 2 car access. Ironwood
w/d, gara e avail, ar crnd Patio 12 33 1700sf $1575mo Jamie U r rrIr 1 rle ek-Sha. R l
al0mo. 90-233-7702 $1350 deposit 904-743-2004 864-6699 PCSng C- 'nrirrir.:it hn-rlr,5 mi04l FL..3712- ... R, -'ri 93 2 I"D
AVONDALE wtr front FLEMING |L- 3/2, 2 car JULCRK (1) 3/2, 2car ,-..r g'l-u3 l 1: S PA R T A N
great amenities. iar. above gropoolun g. oar 1300sf $1195.
granite hrdwd boat slip +Schools $115mo (2) 3/22 car gar, 1500sf 'Fj 1 I I i lSTAFFI1N G
/i2 .-. off 1st mo. 521-2536 like new. Call 859-9603 $1295. 904-962-6565 ). 1 1.z \%l IhaveImmediate Openincs throughout rhe area
9BCH/Hodges New L 3/2x :- 1. We hale iEmeAale penngI iTro4o2 The area
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1350mw/ok credit. Fitn. Fj1. 0-1 4-77 1-1J 101 for qualifed candidnesl
Rehab Draw Up Front Comm. pool. 463-6222 Be rill S't'i. a" ",' re roi, ,rrQ infor ll3 .o ,r,:h.idrng bt. nor hrm red O,
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t m m y1445f, upgrades, ARGYLE WESTSIDE re, lrr r e ll,',r, r... .
poi own toeneal/r PlantationVillage 7485 Cliff!Cottage/ t' i Tl.,' Pilarilta Babe AlmoJerai i I
schools, Town Center P Plantati 3/2/ /52illage 950'r..:.r..n Fcr an app.r et ple. : ,I (R 0) 0 A-'-6B
904.737.0144 $1255mo 619-254-1107 Pecan GroveT'houses 3/2/2 1724sf $1095* Ii ,- .- Frritpi:.:O27.6
904.737.0144cEXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA 340 Pecan Grove 1/2 off 1st Mo Rent Resort style living-At 3/2.5 1875 u A RT E S94$975 L ga3 ._ . .. .. .
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Licensed Mortgage Waterway brand new. M d3/2/2, & 4/2/2 EILoUC I
Lender #1Li00000547767 3.4BR/3.5bath.apprx Meadowbend
2700 sqft.Marina Marsh 8353 Derbyshire Rents $995 to $1200 3-WEEK HANDS-0N TRAINI(G
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ADJACENT LOTS -2 w/d car gar. H th On Be o Starting At FOR Ir-OErAD DRIVING JOBS!
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deals possible. Expect no pets, scr prch, $1100m Brand New 6971 Huntington Wd7,7A
to double your inven- 904-571-5175/880-8947 9326 Daniels Mill 3/2/2 1607F $950R ADMASTER
O&Fin avail. 9326 Daniels Mil 22 1607S-F $950. R E
1 all 904-208-8930. GATE PKWY/SaIl Cove 4/2/2 1745sf $1135 .1- -lio Stale _
NORTHSIDE CB 4 plex, just remod, amenities,Hb
corn pletely rehab 2/1 Jeff 9047592106 MANDARIN 6019 Fillyside Trail
untscorner lot, $209K r 3536 Docksider 3/2/2 1562SF $995 A RT E S [904) 7
SS/gran/tile. exc. amen, 3/2/2 1192sf $950
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month rent. New Roof,. detailed msg 821-9528 JULINGTON CREEK 2727 Fox Creek 1100 Seagate AveNeptune Beach (904) 249-5611
rehab,. near Altel Stad O.P 3/2 Seasons at 352 Redwood-Lane 4/2/2 1910SF $1095
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bonuses, & job training.
Call Mellssa ,' 296-2555,
fax resume 296-7718, or
a A 4168 Southpoint
Jax, 32216. EOE,
Drug test & physical,
reliable trans required.
tractor Crews for local
exterior apartment
renovation work. MuSt
have FL Workers Comp
Ins. Call 888 522 9288
Ior further Informatton
* Health benefits
* Paid Holidays
* Paid vacations
* Gas allowance
* 40 plus hrs/week
Company T-shirts
* Quarterly Bonus
a813-2524 Daytme
Call 509-7515 Daytime
Evenings 904-261-5694
Orange Park Bank needs
a Courier for non cash
deliveries, light main-
tenance & janitorial
services Must nave
clean driver's record.
be insurable and pass
security clearance.
Drug free work place
Fax Resume to
904-272 0090 or call
904.272-2265. EOE
E xp'd, for N. St. Johns

ville south area) Res.
denial homes. Need
knowledge of sewer
and water Installation
and knowledge and/or
experience with a
snake for the sewer
rain and PVC/CPVC
pipes. Great pay and
benefits. Must have
own truck & tools Call
Clint for more Infor-
mation 321-377-1353
SPlumbing knowledge
and/or experience
aould be neipful)
Local comm I project
EXD reqd Drug testing
reao 813 627 4271
Electricians & Foremen,
minimum 3 years
commercial experience
Benefit Pacl.age
F.e1 I.:31 J')IK V3,a.I:.r i
Gre31 r.:.rkir,. Er.lrur,.rn-eit
Coastal Electric
of Florida, Inc.
2759 SL Johns Bluff Road,
Jadcksonville, FL 32246
(904) 645-0026
FAX (904) 645-6186
We are an Equal Opportunity
Drug Free Workplace

Exp pref'd but willing
train right person Must
be dependable. 7am
4prn Apply in person
only 3511 N Liberry St
5yrs exp storefront &
Coor repairs D L req
1 800 690 615
ith construction eup
Call 904 545 2051
utilit,.'site .ork con-
Call 904-964-2019
FT, Oppt'y to Advancel
DrikersLic a MUST.
Good Pa, inci 0 T.
Call Jackle 904924 8664
For Immediate Hire
Looking for Operators &
Laborers with mIn 5
ears exp for heavy
project In Waycross GA.
Please email resume to or fax
o 330-369-4601.
Home repair skills a
must. Call838- 3827 or
# Ofc. 264- 7086

The economic impact of the

military in Northeast Florida

and Southeast Georgia is

s7.8 billion.

Local businesses benefit from the military and civilian personnel who

buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let them

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710 A Industrial/
710 Trades

PAINTERS Sub. contrac-
tor Crews for local
exterior apartment
renovation work. Must
have FL Workers Comp
Ins. Call 888 522-9288
for further information.

Journeyman $28.57/hr
SubJourneryman $20/hr
Apprentices $16.89/hr +
Helpers (no exp) $9/hr
All pos Incl pd health-
care & retirement
866- 39& 1838 or 614-6747

711 Marine
7 2 Trade

4+ yrs Ship Repair exp.
Long term assignments
in FL, VA & Gulf Coast. OT
Call 1 904.762-0700 or
Email resume to:

712 Mechanic
$20- 25 FR HR, 5 % DAYS
ASAP ALL PRO 535.3017
Great Pay. Tools
Required. Start Immed.
Call John: 904-759-5709
leave message

Needed. 2Busy locations
5 days, qreal pay & Dnfts
DFWP Iegency 646-4000
Mandarin 260 3438
Ocala area construction
company seeks a
self-motivated, ener-
getic, and well-orga-
nized applicant to fill
an opening as a fleet
mechanic / fleet man-
ager. Must have Metal
fabrication, MIG weld-
ing, Plasma cutting,
own tools and 6 years
GM Dealership exp.
Master ASE certified
preferred. Computer
skills with Excel and
Word a plus. Great
salary, benefits
bonuses, and
advancement available
for the right person.
Fax resume 904-737. 0338
Bus or Truck tires. F/T
position Jacksonville.
rug test req. Call Ms.
Ringo 800.820- 4428

713 Legals
3-Syears Florida liabil-
ity Exp. for Jackson-
ville insurance defense
firm. Exc. salary &
benefits. Fax resume
954-967-8577 email to:

715 Management/
S Professional

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

720 Medical

Is Looking for special
people to loin our new
Positions available:
Social Services
Full Time
LPN Full Time
3-11 shift
all shifts
Certified Dietary
We look forward to
meeting you!
Lynn Smith,
Jackie Smith,
Director of Nursing
9355 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville, Fl 32257
(904) 739-0877

RNs & LPNs
For med record reviews.
Med. record review
exp., strong computer
skills desired. Training
& laptops provided.
Flexible schedules.
Home-based work with
regional travel in First
Coast area required.
Competitive hourly &
mileage compensation.
Fax/e- mail resume to
Attn: SRC (FL), MSR Fax:
(800)298-9914, Email:

723 Dental

Experience required for
Arlington cosmetic
practice. Must have
great communication
and organization skills.
Fax resume to 221-5194
Modern Ofc. computer
exp. Baymeadows area
Call 448-9669 or
Fax 448-9560

725c Office/
7 9 Clerical

Detail oriented,
strong computer.
Fax resume: 781-2550

732 Computer

Primary responsibility is
to provide support for
our software custom-
ers. Requires good
verbal and written
communication skills.
Networking and Inter-
net related skills a plus.
Candidate should have
some knowledge of
programming, C# and
Java preferred.
We offer competitive
pay, paid health, and
401K. Qualified candi-
date should send
ATT: Rob. No phone
calls please!

73S- Restaurants/
e. ,, Hotels

will train, all shifts
available. Days. Club
Orange Park. 264-6070
Breakfast & Lunch Cooks
Kitchen Help exp only
apply 834 Kingsley Ave
O.P. 215-1956

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

WS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, February 2, 2006

735 Restaurants/ 755 Miscellaneous 902 ApI
Hotels M __
tis opening. new Ioca- 92.1FM Over 18, with excellent
tion at Oakleaf Plan- We train!. $295,
station. Seeking man- 259-2438 EOE Mayta
ager & Kitchen Maytag
Managers w/2 or more CHILDCARE WORKERS polus he
yearsexp. Fax resume Now hiring qualified lJ$250.0
0 -226 r workers. Plantation Dryer hf
em 04772226 or Christian Academy large capac
mail 777-8277. 215-2or $300.0062

TT. I C. P Home Cleaners fMIRO'p
i-^ Y $200 to $400/Wk dlAWorks A
Part Time/Full Time Call Aid.
Now Hiring Perm & Temp positions Washer.
ALL POSITIONS work near home I tion. $1|
All Shifts. Flexible daytime sched. L' $150i
Apply in person at Must have car 772-1
Mandarin Blvd Beaches 242- 823S
San Marco Mand/Fruit Cove 731 7453 Whirlpoo
2014 San-Marco Blvd. / m odrel
Avondale tIdryer ma
4000 St Johns Ave. exel. cc
Orange Park Immediate Openings can deliver 91
500 ells Rd. p/T & positions Whirp
Deerwood In all areas ofWI
8221 Southsid-Blvd. 1 arble sw
For more Information see: Secretarial, Business j/dryer. E oAdm heustria, shape. C
SA a Sales & $45 .
All Classes of Drivers. 9An00



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693. 9

905 A


Estate sale,
t condition,
g Washer
heavy duty
heavy duty
ity $125.00
for both

Carousel II
Great $25.
l 620-9387
& Dryer For
aod condi-
00 each or
'or both.
ol late
watching set
ond. $225.
rasher &
Can deliver
IBO Call

iol 18cbft,
zer, model,
K w/ice
er, $100

or Sale

"Wherever She Went
There She Was"
author, Anna Beth Colder
order off
A 100 ga. round fuel
Stank, 26 in. wide x 46
SI n. long small
(1/4x1/2 in) hale, eas-
ily repaired, no dents, fit-
ting cap, call 779-0503
4; Aquarium 5 gallon
SHood w/light,.eater,
1 pump & filter plus Xtra
filters. Used months
$25. 268-2482

SAquarium Wet Dry
T + eaclone Protein
S|Skimmer up to 125
gallon complete
setup. Minus Sump
P u m p $500 .
4; Assorted Electron-
ics, Photo/laser
printers, binding
machine, Brun-
swick pool table, darts,
35mm Camera/Lenses,
Illness need money.
Please call 904 291-4102
4; Bassett Dining
SRoom Set Cherry
I wood table w/leaf
and China cabinet
$900. Call 904-374-8899
4; Boys Bike, $18.00,
SNintendo 64 Sys-
1|1tem w/ five games,
$35.00, stroller,
$10.00, call Inger
4; Boy's Bike, 30" Mud
. /Shark, $20.00
4 Bronze Kenco
T Windows 13 ea
t36x48 2ea 26x48
rollout with
screens 2ea doors
284-0536 Lou $500 OBO
; Coffee Maker Black
| and Decker
Spacemaker, 12
cup, digital pro-
gramming, mount
under cabinet. Excel-
lent condition. White
$20. 268-2482

905 Articles
For Sale

330. CALL 220- 4577
S TRACK, 6 CYL, full

e $ ball table $mSO
Camero wheel rims
$50 or BO Call Jon
.T coat &handbag
SI ize 12 $75 suede
Jacket sz 13, $50,
tique jacket, $20.
904-384-7809 -
SLeather Man's
T Jacket size 36
|$55.00, Ladies
KLeather Coat/
matching handbag
$10000, Expensive Girls
Winter jean jacket size
10 384-7809
MAYTAG Portable Dish-
washer, used 2 mo $435
2 Solid wood lighted
retail display cabinets
4'x7' Mahogany finish
$450ea. 268-8241
4; New Chippendale
SDesign. Lighted
e hardwood, cherry
T.efinish, china cab!
net $400 OBO. Two
Transom mounted
trolling motors$125,
B.B. Backboard $40
(MALE), sz small, H
$5.9", W 165, Dress,
whites & Blues,
Kahakis, Whites, Camis
288 9892/923. 3952,
make offer
;i Personal organizer
rt metal cabinet w/top
filemiddle drawer,
w/bottom storage.
Lockable. Like new $25.
268. 2482
STABLE- regulation
S $ size, $00 obo, needs
cleaning, must sell
moving, Call 912.258- 0644
or 912-576-8769 ask for Tom
I above ground,
S4 ft deep, 18 ft., round,
S plus accessories.
Needs liner $500,
call 221-7045
I dragonfly, flips, turns,
S rolls $40, stroller,
Eddie Bauer basket
trays, good condition, $40,
4 Sofa Sleeper Sealy
/ mattress, hunter
S green, $180, A/C,
window unit,
fmigidaire, lyr old,
excellent cond. $150,
4; Tiller, Yard
p Machines, 5.5 hp,,
Seeds some work,
-m ake offer

905 Articles
9 For Sale

A Treadmill $100.00,
| $125.00. 4x6 trailer
S$300.00, Riding
lawnmower $300.00,
Shopsmith $350.00,1997
Chevy Pickup $5500.00
4. Wedding Set Never
been used man's &
NlVTady's. Includes
T engagement ring.
Totaling over 1.5kt
$3900 obo. 655-5248 Kal

1 n Arts & Crafts/
910U Hobbies

4 Madeline Carol Prints
Final Moments, $2235.
& morel 904- 819-9618

920 Business/
2 Office

HOOD, OVEN, fryer, 2 ton
ice machine, comm.
stove, cooler, 2 tables
steamer & more $9500
obo. 904-699-1174
files, work stations, etc.
By appt. Jan. 31- Feb. 9th
Call Gary Bruner 563-4015

Telemarketing Stations
Good Condition
Only $150 Each!
Gator Office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400
922 Collectables
9 2 & Jewelry
1/3 Caret gold
I solitare diamond,
4 never worn cold
i feet, paid $700
asking $500, 491- 7996
DIamRing 1.81CT Round,
clarity 1-2, color H, app
$7000 sell $4000 838-7171
4 Wedding Rings- 2pc
diamond set, value
$900, sacrifice, $650
t obe, call 777-4760

928 Electronics

4; PS2w/10games, 3
S controllers, 15 ft
S extension, multfitap
memory card, all for
$275, John 612-9998
STV 19" Panasonic
4 Tube type, front &
Serear. audio/video.
Timer, excellent
condition. Great pic-
ture $45. 268-2482

945 Garage

ARL Moving Sale:
Everything must go!
Furniture, crystal and
housewares, GAS GRILL
Sat. 2/4 8am 12pm.
4532 Charles Bennett DR
Multi Family Yard Sale
Sat. 2/4, 7am-lpm
1431 Avondale Ave.
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
Vendor Spaces Starting
@ $7/Day
7059 Ramona, 786 FLEA
SEverything must gol
S Fri-Sat Jan. 13/14,8-4"
2132 Gamma Ct.
Orange Park

945 Garage

Mand. Big Screens 61" &
5" pwr tools elec
equip, furn, GoDevil
9.Shp, Fri/Sat -11. 9020
Moorgate Ct. 730-6118
MANDARIN Antique hand
carved chests & china.
Full length Fox & Mink
coats & hats, exec
desk, liv. rm furn. Sat.
7:30-12N. 880- 6449
10442 Spindrift Lane.
Mandarin Garage Sale
Sat 2/4. Lots of acces-
sories for your home.
10439 Inverness Dr.
4 Multi family garage

S Saturdayl/14,
Sam- 2pm, 2512 Winding
Springs Ct. in Bentwater off
N'side 2/3 & 2/4, 9am.
Wed & Party Inv. Sale!
4) 6' columns, peds,
arches, floral arr., silk
firs, desk, kids clothes.
11654 Biscayne Blvd.
Ortega Multi Family furn,
h'hold, kids, MEGA
SALE! Sat. 7-12; 4648
Avon Ln off Water Oak.
W'SIDE- SpringTree
Village Fri & Sat 8-2
8103 Wormwood Rd.
furn, waterbed, kids/
adult clths, odds /ends.

950 Garden/
4 MURRAY 20 Inch
lawn mower, excel-
lent condition, $60
Call 874-6090
; Murray Yard Man
Lawnmower, 42"
Sblade cut 7 spd. Paid
over $1000, will sell
$800 firm or trade, 1 yr
warr. 904-200.-5237

955 Household
4 5yr old 6 pc, dnrm
S set, lass table top
SJ sis atop of a
wrought Iron base
w/ marble In lay &
scrolled legs, $650 for
the set, 997.8731, will
e-mail pictures
Bed $150 Qn Pillow Top
set. New in plastic
w/warrantv. 398-5200
Bed Brand name, King
New mattress set. $170
w/warranty, in plastic.
Can deliver. 858-9350
Bed -Full set $110. New
w/warr. In plastic.
MUST SELL. 391-0015
Bed- Plush QN PILLOW
TOP $249 New, still in
plastic w/warranty.
Can deliver. 398-5200
/ Collezione Europa
J ornate, flawless, will
trade for kingsize
mattress, 8 box springs also
new, $1200 obo, 962-8580
SBassett Bedroom
SSet-Cherry wood
I) poster bed, high-
S boy, dresser
w/mirror & night stand
$900 904- 374- 8899
4; Bassett Dining
room set-Cherry
Swood table w/leaf
S & china cabinet
4 Broyhill Chest w/
SMirror, 30 in tall, 20
| In depth, 6 ft wide,
nine drawers,
$275, 2125 9551

Q95 Household

Bedroom 4Pc Set $28
I.:d^dewentory Reduction4j
l AddItional 10%
I y OffNonrAdvertisedl
1 Itemsl I
4 Drawer Chests Frm $68
ISofas From 99
125" Color TVs From 99
5 Pc King Bed 99
|3 Rm18Pc Condo Pkg$ 998_
3 Piece Queen Bed 1129
S (904 3 o00
Belinni Baby Bedroom
Set, crib, mattress,

ndition n
an| n mire, dresser &

$240changing table, paid
fearing c 9-2388,
ca904 535023
I J condition, ask nd,
goo $240 obo, trans-
cell 864-1515
Flower prints, $50, Call
I 221-0710 after 6pm,
excellent condition!
4; Computer Desk, Lt
tOak, 6 c, 81" fn
L comer, $1500 sale
$300, 772-1260
SComputer Hutch/Desk
Sopensto full working
Area, very versatile,
lots of storage room,
$150. call 912-729-6479
A Couch & love seat
/ pastel colors good
,Lcondition asking
$240 OBO-Trans-
fered Call 291-2388 or
cell 864-1515
4 COUCH- Excellent
Condition, tan w/
k1I, burgandy floral
pattern, priced to
sell, 264.3486 or
4 Crib & Mattress
SConvertible 3
I years old. $100 obo.
SDining Set table
Extension with six
chairs plus china
solid wood-off
white color $450.00
Moving Sale 291-2388
cell 864-1515
4 DINING TBLE white tile
Sw/oak trim comes
xi., with four chairs &
bench seats, (7) $125,
call 249-5765
kL o$75. Call 912- 576- 9S5
Sw/tall pedestal and
I drawers, complete
dark finish wood. very
good condition, $300 obo,
SLeather Sofa, but-
S tercream love
ki seat, 3 marbalized
-V pineapple tables
with etched-edge
glasstop, matching
lamps avaiL David or
Tiffany, excellent cond,
$1400 obo, 317-4970
& Moving Sale,
SCoach loveseat,
I beige, floral, light,
tan, good condi-
tion, asking$190,. mov-
ing sale, 291-2388
cell 864,1515
a Moving Sale,
r Dining Rm Set,
\ I,?table (w/exten-
Ssion), 6 chairs plus
china, solid wood, off
white color, $450
291-2388/cell 864-1515

955 Household
., Moving Sale,
*. / Sleeping Sofa.
Chair, coffee table
2 end tables.
glass, both reddish
rown, asking $45
904291- 2388/861515
Moving sale,
O Wash oak Queen
r Itl bed set, dresser.
Mirror, chest, night
stand, excellent con-

4; Moving Sale,
SWater bed frame
and head boards,
solid wash oak
wood, asking, $80.
cell 864-1515
cahirs 48" diam w/
24- ext.perf cond.
-. $375,26"66364
S Old Hitchcock
Chairs, plank seats,
S1 stencdLon back
set of 4, $375 firm,
26 5883 after 6pmr
T. Oriental Style
SCherry wood din-
x ing room table, w/
6 chairs, beautiful
set great cond,
David or Tiffany,
$1200 obo, 317-4970
STABLES: Sofa table
| & cocktail table,
S wood & wrought
iron, 3 yrs old in good
consitlon, $450 for both
will email pictures,
home 997-8731
S moving, must sell,
S11 footboard, head-
board, night stand,
dresser, marrow, mat-
tress, boxspring, ask-
ing $700,491. 7996
Sleeper Sofa-8
/ chair coffee table 2
.I end tables glass,
both redish brown
asking $450 Moving
Sale 291-2388 cell
; SOFA, rg 82"
S exc condition,
l blue/beige tweed,
hardly used,
904-260-2086, $350
., Sofa bed, L shape
With connector and
S|mattress included
Scall for price $

'- Thomasville, for-
S mal sofa, 72",
S French Country,
blue & yellow,
excellent condition,
$300, (3) 30" maple
swivel barstools, $59
each or (3) for $135,
542- 2960 #11
Thomasville King Bedrm
Pier System $750 obo. 1
yr old Murphy Bed
w/slde storage units
$1500 obo. 868-3899
STV JVC 32" $200.
1Jcenter holds tv
$450. Sofas, living
room chairs, end
tables, exercise bike
Sw/headbrd, almost
V-L new w/ chest of
drawers, mirror,
dresser, 2 nightstands, call
904. 221-0710, $250

955 Household
955 Furniture
4, Wash Oak Queen
Sbed set. Dresser
S|mirror chest night
stands, excellent
condition $475 OBO-
MovingSale 291-2388
cell 864-1515
A Water Bed with
Frame and head
I boards, solid wash
$,oak wood. Asking
$80.00 291-2388 or cell

970 Merchandise/
turntable, $50,
S 2646364
SKImball Console
Piano, good con-
dltion, $200,

980 Sporting

Sw/ extra 100lbs., leg
4 i ext., lat pull dwn,
squat rack, Bowflex
floor mat, $1200
904- 272- 3482
GUN SHOW Feb 4th- 5th
Columbia Co.
Fair Grounds
Hwy 247, Lake City,
Info: 904-461-0273
POOL TABLE 1968, 8ft,
great shape needs to be
refelted. $995. 724-2249
4 Preform C630
SElliptical Machine
SI Electronic display
$200. free delivery

1005 Livestock
& Supplies
Horses & Colts FOR SALE
Black Creek Farms.

1010 Pets &
101 Supplies
4. Adorable kittens &
Scats, rescued &
h | wanting forever
home, need lap to
cuddle, various ages,
colors 813-9536 or
African blgboys frog largest
Petshop A Z Puppes/Kit-
tens,exotics 38& 328 9833
PUPS AKC, Hth quar..
$400-$500. 866-537-7800
4. Aquarium cover and
Slight combo. Approx
1 g b30 inches long.
Adjustable. great
cond. $20. 26-& 2482
Shots &wormed. .
Call 912-496-2445 .
Blood Hound F, $275.
Presa F,$650. Schoodle
M $150.1-386-326-0311

1/choc. 1/red dapple, HC
$300-$400 904-505-9245
Dachshunds Beautiful
AKCpups mini, long hair
blk/tan, $350. 855-1255
Red & Black. AKC, $750.

System- wide.
Avondale, Deerwood,
Mandarin, Orange Pk, &
San Marco.
Excellent, salary, bonus
plan, medical, dental,
life, 401K, vacation,
tuition assistance.
Details at
Fax resume to
904-268.-5809 or email

740 Retail
Must have experience.
All Shifts Temporary
Part Time Positions
Weekends & Holidays
Please indicate position
applying for on
Fax resume to 777-7183
Nexcom Personnel
Bldg 554 NAS JAX EEO
Hibbet Sports is hiring in
Jacksonville. Apply at
3000 Dunn Ave. or email

745 Sales
The leading nat'l sup-
plier of window & bed
coverings for the apt. &
hotel industries seeks
motivated individual
for entry level sales
positions in FL & s. GA
based from Jax; travel
req'd. Salary, commis-
sion, car allowance
bonuses, paid expenses
and benefits pkg.
For add'l info, call 24 hrs.
800-852-8769, ext. 1111.
Email resume to
or fax to 770.423-3399
Estb'd nat'l accts, 6 trd
show/yr. Goal oriented.
w/strong orga.n skills.
$60 $120K Fax:781-2550
PT. SALES at Continental
Village Manf. Hm Comm
Orange Pk Area, exp a
plus. Salary and com-
mission. Fax resume to
904-264-2501 or e-mail
For Industry Leader In
Manufactured Homes.
Earning Potential
Plus Benefits!
FAX RESUME 783- 9598
OR CALL TODAY 783- 8385

752 Warehouse
Florida Window Manu-
facturer has an
immediate opening for a
Warehouse Foreman.
Exoerience helpful Full
lime DO [i,-or,, g ,od
een ri, O5. CnnI
904.51' .0-ir: f,:.r
.r.ter.e-. EOL DFWP

753 Securin3

Day & Zimmermann
Security Services

h ,,.j." - n. jr r
WAGE: $10.00
n .--r in r ,r,,-,. : .:.:.,
$&50 while training
'ornr .1: a i n
Full Time & Part Time
Weekly Pay
Full Benefits
Retirement Plan with
company contribution
904261 5551
We do what we say.'?

755 Miscellaneous
PERSON Ep d e- l
s trter ,n..:, rake pride
ir ..ri, & r.:.3i o nerl er._d
Te 0m Ol'r-,", d3rin
area Call 3 37 i -1 .ior
Fa. resum-e [ 730 .33c,
FT Appl. r pe.. son :E
Icl9 Ki.r., A,
398 i- EJ. D.DWP

*Call to schedule an
interview 262-0371,
Apply online at
orjust'stop by
9440 hillipsHwy. St.10.

available with fortune
500 company. Day Shift
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830 Care
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876 Painting/
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Estimate, Cell 509-6242
T.B. Painting Services Inc
i Int. & ext., painting,
pressure washing,
Minor wood repair,
Crown & trim work
S Free Est. Lic & Ins
U' 446- 3073

900 Antigues
902 Appliances
90S Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
920 Business/0ffice
922 Collectables and
925 Computer
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
928 Electronics
930 Farm/Planting
935 Fruits/Vegetables
940 AC/Heat/Fuel
945 Garage Sales
950 Garden/Lawn
955 Household/Furniture
960 Machinery and Tools
965 Medical
970 Musical Merchandise/
975 Photography
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
or Trade

900 Aniques

a. 6 Antique Oak
spindle back din-
V n'na chairs. Need
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542-2466 Ext. L03
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902 Appliances
22.0 CF Gibson
Fridge Freezer,
SI beige in good con-
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175.00 317 0680
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t$12K. 387-30 15is
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kiDU'SC Runs Great
150 Call Aida
620 9'7
G E-500 Dish-
washer White aim
k /blsck trim $50
269- 14,-P
GE Spectra Range.
Smooth Top Self
cleaning, automatic
-oven like new condi-
lion, 1$275, call 282 8893
after 4pm
a. Kenmore Dryer
Ecel clenln cord-
,E[o1n $,0 C0 cover
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1010 ets & l 1300 Motorcycles 1310 Auto Parrts 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1340 Trailers/ 1340 Trailers/
10101Supples SUV's SUV's
DB rMA u 4 FLHTC, lots of $300 OBO. Chrome fully loaded, Coupe, immaculate 2900 Roadster '74 2dr. '01. Low miles, need to
black & rust, M $400 F j extras/chrome, must Jbedrail bars $100 leather it. silver milescan finance with I,7Conv./hard top red sale fastcall now DOIDGExRAM 1500 Rel NISSANv FRONTIER'01
$450. ready after 2/4 1 see,$10,400obo, call 4 Call 912 674-5545 ext. sunroof, $475 down. Call 3897700 w/tan interior. A/C. $13,288. Call 771-9100 diton, loaded, must sell miles. need to sale fast.
386-842-5806 excellent condition, low PW. AT, full cover,
386-842-56 ra inOra 241 4081, 812 am, Ilvmsg. CHROME WHEELS & miles, ood tiresruns FORD TAURUS SES '06 manuals, new tires, TOYOTA CAMRY LE fast $7775. 389-7700 Callnow. $210/mo.
EFFORT TO FIND rasp oi Harley Davidson TRE PACIKAGE24x10, great, 23,500 obo call Ve low miles, must brake $11,900 02.Fully DODGE RAM 1500, WAC. Call 771-9100
F T port ter t1200 93 "912882-8412 sell ast. $298/mo wac. 904,27&6251 or 542-8894
HOME.3 indoor cats 1200lAviation ste, 0 Call now 771-9100 e ed, extra /99,STDARD CABnuAP,
i nc lding Siamse B0 Btmies.ara'd, B 3 MITSUBISHI ECUPSE low miles. $13,995 39li 5sp d manuaF, / FISSAN PATH-LE'05
neurede lawed, Sailboats man extras 70 o904 272 34821 White/Tan, Only / HONDA ACCORD SPYDER '03 Outstanding LXUS OF JACKSONVILLE in y o
Orange Park area. 282 5452 1215 Boat Dockage & Call arc (904)997 2099 ENGINE STAND 20,000 Mi.$27,995 EXV6COUPE'02 shape, rice to sell very 998-0012 6938839 Equet
SGerman Shepard Rentals D 'OS 95CI Anniv. oeavy n iut nLe LXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Leather, CD, sun- fast$13,775. 389 7700 Equipped. 31,995
1up5A utoRen/eegae saer.74 2a 2BtRA mi.51 04ca l now 77190 c onerdi
Pupdoral Ke r0 7 S6 5 4 M E uipment / th oy w r n c 3 b i Nn, de LEXUS O 8-0 LL L o f $ ,S5 MIT U H GALANT .05. Nee to 9ellfst $ i 15 0S hT- goo 9 -S R 6
SPOP Lr males and Supplies teed Scramin Eagle rottion, $75.. LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE V F. leath very low L Eed t l $ 1R Tline99-0012
feml e play- 1230RVs and Supplies 6gage exhaust, 2646364 BMW5301 h'03 V6.lea t,,er 2l6o3m3 11Call now 771-9o00io ,be
ful& healthy $350. cash. 1235 RV Rentals Race tuner kit.+ $2000 Extra Il 'OYOTA COROLLA 98 w indow. AC cloth t., Nissan Xterra SE
CAl40000 00Motorcycles/Mn of extras. $19,500. ORDFIVELUG E $28,995 HONDA ACCORD LX $298/mo 7719100 OYOTACOROwindow AC, clothing.,
Ital2an Grehound Pup Bikes 07 -435-0538 r 7rimsth1rx105 LEXUS OFJCKSONVILLE 97K mp inWs& MITSUBISHI ALANT' Very low miles, needto black ext, good tires, 3'02FullEuipped
3 libera i AC I 16 0h03u droke r D S, OFrJA9 p 4 4 .2e C T....$49..Cl71S0 V s nadu il, mu0n sell fast. $3995. 771-9100 runs great, cd player, Low Mies 1 995
PItei AP CCw Abho otu Aonolkesw/wrimrs HD rr28 548 l pokcms. tres, 12k U 998 2 IcksLL AC,. PAM/FM/cass. Very low miles kelmust8$470obo,call LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
miilee561 8925 newu$0nHD Sportster 883 '-98 low pr5 fpt9is,1Oi 998-001200 $1u os t raca6l0 77-E0 .8c 92.822.842ll O TA I
$600.00 912-381-1065 1310AutoParts miles, lots of chrome, miles. $1100 new $500, BMW 530i '04 $6500783selfast$6995. 7711 Toyota Corolla, 1997 912 998-0012
JACK RUSSEL TERRIERS 1315AutoRent/Lease access $6500. 714-9527 call 622 8391 R ue n HONDA ACCORD NISSAN 300 ZX85, -4cyl 5 peed, Explorer Sport
2/M & 1/F 9wks shots 20Antiques/Clasics Honda2004, GM O C Only 16Kmi $38840 LX 02 Fully 5SP, 3Liter, V-6,5 spd \ 4dr, tan, great cond. Track,6cy Fullpower / TOYOTA 4RUNNER
adorable $300 l i nCBR600RR, T 3 Ec uEe LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Equpped$13,480 power new timing 278- 100 Iv msg. moon roof,very '00SRS. V6, Like
133520000r Lesss less than90m, cus 3Kmd inl=s 9980o12 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE belt, alt, wtr pump, 2 1500 Xs sharpofLeatherdCD
LAB PUPS/Eng. Blkhd, 134OTrucks/Trailers/ tom pipe, tag, plate, carb., & header.- 912882-4168/912-2882344 88K roof rack,Tonneau New. Only 50,000
Sh rA 2and much morel BCC R 90 $900 obo 4 TOYOTA MR2 '02 cover $12995 080 Miles. $14,995
ArCO. choc3 cram& 2y si s b2nk4rs agLars1127289 aded0 .brn ew R Convt 40K miles, 904-940-5230 LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE
ELA P 1UPS5 "AB s at arr o tires, $3650 5681732 L LX '02 Fully L NISSAN ALTIMA 3.5 eautiFu O. $15,995 998-0012
block heads, show/ L355HAutos/Trucks / brothersexhuast,n "GarnaS e .1200 obo, B7For4ptsuory 03 l 904ped 838 L5XUS OFbeAKsoNVhLnet 998ddie B9ue8,Blue
hunt $350. 912-29414566 WantedC custom fender,eelimi00fose50 pa 3500 e mbs, tunindeBule
ato erli fits Buick LaSabe I 3,000 m s LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Equipped. $18,995 998-0012 v-8, loaded. TOYOTA 4RUNNER
MASTIFF MIX Puppies(p nN w net l ator kit, rear taill ght, art number 3621) I $ 12,000. a998-0012L$15O5803
8wk $60 (904)778-8968 $4500 obo 912-7332 -haul,904-387-3015 998-0012 Volkwagon Jetta 904 553-85 '05 LTD. Full
wn Fe l e |120l5 BoatsilN1Ai e95 asking $65 000 aCADILLAC T Honda Civic LX /dGLS 01, si"lver/blk, 0 -eEquipp ed. 19,000
Mini Dachshund Dapple Mi 904-708-5530/278-5224 DCADI LACAV'AN /1995 4dr Blue, 7 NISSANALTIMASL auto, sunroof, cold FORD EXPLORER '97 Low Miles. 31,995
ck 6 bwn & 8tandy Dale uin gd/n t o $ o t LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEa t pow. e n nn $i, miles.excellent cond LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
.keeptp, 20npps. F 8e 63 WShite, tons o 2 $4500 must PCS Move-Arg le ai ce must .ly selluthisell T RA 998-0012
aoiad7 020 B P500 h '92 sr mo EA R wTM DODLEXU SOFJACKSONVILLE veryw re B eIIa lul$ 9 weekR4975.389-7700
in HDae $ s Cal Rm9 3il o aes. P ereliable3+MPG. LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLEo VOLVO S 60 '02 11
90pp885M 37. PcIabNew trailer, new 904e307-2126 E, tich doors, 998-0012 102k $2600 08 OBO
crpt, fish finder, oto Jack marbletub, ti 904-573-343 998-001AW. ExtraLow FORD EXPLORER 96' Runner
Pemroke Welsh Corgis backup trolling moto 5001b lift. por- -screen porch, $178,00 CADILLAC CTS '04 Miles. $16,980 White, leather, 6 disc 1997 Limited white

bed, $ 500 tou ame1968ent nZ1 Salboats tamOCable, t0xnc c 4-lEqli U5K.l26,90 Equipped.OCIVICUcd,140K, on74 1E7 nM E Good Condition
Aval2/10. g i table, assembled, Call 904377197F-XSilverLFu lly HONDACIVICLX'O,4Nissan Maximum CMilecd,140K,n4-0L,new GoodCondition
S3M/2F, $500.8 mu en A 1 never used. $45.004 t Al R d. c. r 4cylh F ATred, loaded. 96 4- oor black LEXUS OFLJACKSONVILLE transmision,radiator, 500704-657330
Al 9250RF71I .re 2 59 exc co nc 63K mi. 133k 5-speed PW 998-0012 brakestiresruns/looks
9- $ ros-7se a r m 2 R15res LLEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE $11,300. 904-772-1281 PDL cruise CD, great, $4900 obos343-3173ITO
T LHydrotr Vec- msg. for sale, almost 998-0012 A M A C o00AND
PIT BULL PuPs/BLUE tor Johnson 17 FT RTE 0 I 0new drove ap090rox HONDA..LUDE9 40.00C9 1 $0 or oe nR I0 oeTOYOTA
Fine bloodPCline, fa i 115 HP No Tilt/Trim S E 05 m They are .000/ ` CADILLACDEVILLE V -r0 00ce &-allelans79 7 3 $2000. Cwor b 0Less060 Ding Wt/LANDCRUISER'04
eauilT $0 c, CArDL V6 n3 & cn m SADDLE 883XL, HDl p Crew Cab 6 King White/tan, Naviga
3 liters. Look at the rest.AID bags e a T 0 3 8 7 T '02. Carriage eT $29 5. C 771- 9100 o9Cxi?
S atiefles o 6a s, G$1600.0 Trailr 384-7809 li also jacket each Call 904- 803-4287 B eautiful, Low te GLE loaded one FORD AEROSTAR '96 $44,500. 904-434-5044 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Pgo P Cow b oyt 6 e-39 T Mako22422 Center safetyvest owes, RIMS+TIRES' Reds Miles. $17,980 INFINIsTI G3 Coupe owner, excellent Very nice van, priced2to90
PIT PUPS Cowboy boyle Console w/twin mer- $8,150,912-576-4112 i oke Camaro LEXUS OFJACKSONVILLE 03. PearlWhite/ condition, leather sell his week, needcash FORDRANGER'03Ext 9980012
Sbidlines.papers, beuck t i V curyiipe, excellent 4d,;21,hee1s 235/60 R1, entertainment package, $1845. Call 389-7700 Cab V6, AT, loaded
lskin/white $ s0 361-8925c ondi ont n, eoace Suki 2002 RM 25 Radiales Good tires. 998-0012 Tan. Prem $29,995 ugage rack, CD, excellent cond, must sell TOYOTA RAV4 '99. Very
P i gC ncsT-Toplotsg.reat cond. main- Pics avail. Makeoffer L EXUS OF JACKSONV- NV LLE0 $13< obo. 388-6085 Ford Mustang "88 EXCEL $11,775. Call 389-7700 clean, need to sell fast
Oe a l ie TlOl, 9t8 5taned00 well. asking C COND. low miles, $800. FORD RANGER 88', $795 or $99/mo.
1M/White, 1 FNOrag 5 ornlewell trailer, tm Dasin "912-729-7244 ILLE'05 ISmmaculate NISSANENTRA '01. Cash374 1947238-88 86 C17
sm $500 -$600 422 *05 urricane 30 3 9 12 -573-322 1 e v en ing s In C 9 8 7 9 1 7 53 2 / 112 v ,9 100
912-729-7932 Tals Chevy^stro sell fast22,775. 389-7700 1985 New Engine $359t. C3(1I--1.9100
POODLES TOYS, choc, blk Boats, Motors, & Trailers Alumn rim $49. Must Camry SE 2005, I and paint Excel- T$1800 obo, 618 0461 ,Toota Tundra SR5
Swht arties. $500$550 Condition! Vision 250R Chop Sell ,Also 1 e4e lent interior T-top S 1 7 C ouble cab, V8
y 890 -7 $ 8 o er 9C r u i s e r 2 0 0 5 -dcA Nt Mt g e u I
904-374-6177 The Used Parts People- as then 100 m. 4-205/75/R151tireOBOCal crse, tit, elec Must see $4000 Cl Pontiac Firebird '95,.2 HONDAWNNOWn
YTRelEsed1P-rts Pe o I Le t04-278-6251 tewon- or221te -1182....-3629 ,r5 11!,EOW99'..supercabV6, Loaded.$23,300.
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440 n io3RIDE TODAY! E- 1 & UP bed liner, towing, obo. 912-673-6930
a s t o nk d [ o n e 4g EaCl Vn________ emil3, ru0r, e1rM-r CALL 64S-5700O" PK -,sltepsidebed, -
PUG AKC 1 yo M, blk & loaded w/chrome -- VW1Beetleparts, gray cohv. 4km7, AGUARSType4 n,, hjni, 1 FOR FAST APPROVAL alloy wheels. 63 s4002 _________________
tan, 9o04 61/6-g Sailboats+8SMPH$ I 40Roofop glass. transaxle, $18,500, powe. 491k-79, J 03. Silver. uBlly pr-11oblems. s,3.s'. 1-877-438-2777
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Sh iz tuPek Yamaha Ri, 2005 various other 4 door, AC/heat qup.. 35K.r$26,980 Fci OlW Imrmacuge HONDA ELEMENT '0v3 1345 Vans/Buses
:semxman'06-E sm froaomed sle, prts, 781- 1532 kdI2 1 cruise, tilt, electric LU J N L LEXUISe OF JONVL v IRy
d male, all shots Tra lorabe$4000 Cash rear, windows-doors, 998-0012 low miles, lo4. led, mustO A
S o T il or1e. 339-4160Cs tire h ugger, save Wheels tire GM white, gray cloth inte- sell $17,945.389-7700 DODGE CARAVAN
uLo ed1nese, Mix R s& 287-438/ .44 wheelss aluminum 0 miles, 13 invested, U aiers,/ 05Fully Equipped
($300.00472-1446 back til3tireps$g Goodyear alu sn priv 9491-7996 JAGUAR XJ8 '04 T gPontiac Grandam9' 1r Trailerss] INFIT5 Fully '05 $16,995
Shz/3844 P277016 private904-491-7996Only 10,000 mOverSISKSUV's INFINITI FX35'05
/ Over male, invested, Ballr 77le $16,995
4 m hs u Y a R only 16k ml on set $250 Chev Blazer S l1995..... C a $n se 1 |, 0LFully Equip LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$300. 43 i only 600 miles. 287-4387or 382-4645 LGo Cond. Well LEXUSOF JArCKSONVILLE eust, muchmore, 1500 $29,995 S1 I
WSTHIGLNSave on dealer rod 6 4 f All8 2 I cared for.$2,000.00 998-0012 $7Kobo Call Josh verado- '00, Xra L XUS OF JACKSONVILLE9980012
WEST HIGHLAND TERR. AIRSrREAM & TRAIL prep fees. All Stock -Cal 2 15-2062 912-576-1186 Icab, 4x4 Z71 LT 5.3 998-0012
pups. M/F AKC non MANORTRAVELTRLRS $98000.0. 904-287-4387 1 0 Antiqutes/ afterSpm DRyV 3 r d d o 0rD
shed $600 352-591-5068 ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES or 904-382-4645. 12f CasC c R90 LANDROVERdiscoveryver.3rd leather, pdNee to w cAl fAs
SaSeries II, '00. 66K m ,i PONTlAC GTO '04 $14,900.542-2445X.118 JEEPGRANDCHEROKEE VAN '05. Very low miles.
W SIF' U Pw a m ily C H EV Y C A V A LIER 991 $ 0- 733.8..S ilv e r,,le a t h er, 6 sp.,'0 2 Lo a d e d e x ce llen t .. oneed o to c a ll f ast-
WESIE PUPS AKC family J.D.alesServices.Parts YAMAHA RI12005 Automatic, good con-"$14,50 170K m7les.9 23,990 Chey 1500 Sverado shape,priced fora quick $298/m w. 771-9
raised $500. cute, ready Alachua (386) 462-3039 600 miles frame slid- 1991 MERCURY CAPRIS It edition, driven to work MAZDA 6 '05. Very nice, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Tm200044,C271 LT 5.3 V8 sale. $12,975. 389-77
to o 9044065950 1-800-541 .6439 ers, coloredreartire Convt., 77K, good shapeM A daily,S35Vobo,rcan elowmies".OMustJcall 998-0012 N L $148000 542-244 Sx118 T. ... Ren 7O. 389CA7700
chugger, save on dealer + complete parts car. 904-537-282 won't lastlong. G Jeep.LiCerty Rn VN
V a e n t i n e Y o r k i e s P A I Dp r e p s $ $9 8 0 0 $ 2 0 0 0 O B O 3 8 8 7 9 4 0 $0"U59 94e4 a de0' 0 2 s i l v e '$ 0r e r A, 2 l i d i n g ,
Championship blood- RVs MHs,TTs 545-830c Cr Coupe995 Red 2dr A Z3.2Lohv 4-cycSFM arI F'gdd hft kht "g tsIowner, excellent
lines males $1000/ 373 Yamaha Virago '96 1985 New Engine a 19 FWD 4cI New a/c '7N:MAZDA MIATA '01 y P Fuiy niae i I boards. fog l cond tOon. SO"
43 Tralmanor 3023d e.100cc, V-twin, and paint Excel- 130k mi. Runs Only 27,000 195/65R15 tires, rear tires. 28000m. Very non-smoker 12,3wr,ogo
Y/RE Fh 2002, ha ide dl new tikes, battery lent interior T-top great! Call 541-1065 miles. $13,995, spo ler sunroof, power c e Ian $17,500.00 Nikki 882- 6636; 258-4839
m-excellent condition Must see $4000 Call LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE glasstilt1steeringAM/FM 269-9527I
sm breedable, beauty trailer, self con- road ready, bestoffer. 221-1182 or 553-3629 CHEVYIMPALA LS'05 998-C O V2gstereo sunroof,/p ower, kJN R n,7
ful $P200PS904.S2M5,7122 tanextras, see Linnoln Premerm'576f or m ties,2 onweelssound, recent tune- up, CHRYSLER PACIFICA '05 JEE. P A Only 4,000 2Fully E uiped
fuex$1200.a9 2Lincoln Premier "57 for must see this one. MAZDA RX8 '04 $2500. 912322-11992 Low miles outstandin,000 M.13,95
HCYPO KP,$700&upS ,CK trailmanor corm for YAMAHA V-STAR99' parts /restore loaded $298/mo wac. "79100250.912' 1Low mi]. '04. 4,l0 MF 1
C./12 POP,9 70 & up Rdy similar $16,500282-4094 BIKE WEEK READYIII $16500BO 264-2909 C S 3 C Mil',es, 719 6sp0 codyoddUmN omls.$140L"20EesS OF9JCKSO VILL
YORKIEPUPS-M/F, CKC, TRAVEL k chrome, garage kept, Automotive '06. Navigation, LEXUSOFJACKSONVILLE Call 771-9U00JA DODGESQuadSLT .
912-285-3745 Pre-Owned Specials John 612-9998A Chrome Wheels. $33,480 9Saturn 7 .2 '9314DR, 0raDe Extended ES '02. Leather. XLS '04
MOTORHOME 1985Honda LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Mercury Cougar .e sunroof, upgraded Warrandy. 4X4. CD Sunroof. Only Champagne, fully
adorable, M $900, '04 Bellagio 38' Perfect 1 a rShadow nSa 0, 998-0012'092 165,000 bo mi s e ke sJAmOtVInLErLETS O L
RdN 0-9 0Jn3. Chrysle5 e Good condion. runs good. Needs Package.$20,0000.B.O.
'03urrney30' De ,Aoriginal miles. ve Asking $lobo. brake job. $1000 0BO 693-4985 or 542-4127. LEXUS.OF.JACKSONVILLE LEXUSFJACKSONVILLE
YorkCe Tea'cups Terrier '05 Hurricane 30' Save o 18" Chrome Pan- Garaged $1200 obo, '87 For parts or Call 904-505-8387 951-7955340 998-0012 998-0012
Pups CH $1295-up 1 :00 Winnebago 40' Diesel "' ter rims & tires 912=46604249/29-7242, \,jJ whole car. Not
adult $500 292-1510 03 Sun Voyager 38' Slides l4 for sale. Sx1i0. please leave msg running. Call
TOWABLES t Only 600 miles old, 1988Nissan Sentra 955-34420or 278,-6251
500 Montanna 30' Slides $1500 obo, call Cisco, Please Help Me. .0 Chrysler Town$
Boats '05 Sunnybrook 27' Slides 9045344400 C 'h Owner no longer Country LimitedeU T
'85 Nomand 25' Cheap ALUMINUM DIAMOND n desires me. Hnims 199900kyml.rExce
S $ And Many, MaenMorell =/plate toolbox for small names John, Call him 4 100800k mi. Excel-
Boats or Yachts 5453 In New ntoryi8excellent condition,:2 van$7,700Cal904803A4287
4 17ft. Nydrostream Lake City h.OHC Vtech r, .j. DODGE CARAVAN 97'
Vector Johnson, Cargo Carrier-2gcuft. 5sp., 114,000 miles, green, double sided
11SHP, No tilt/Trim Rooftop Sears I leather, excellent door, power locks,
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