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THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2006
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
NAS Jax wins sa
By ]OI Mike England
he Naval Safety Center presented
NAS Jacksonville with the Chief of
Naval Operations Occupational
Heath Ashore Safety Award (large instal-
lation) for fiscal year 2005 in Norfolk, Va.
March 14. The award continues the sta-
tion's long history of safety excellence.
"This award recognizes exceptional
examples of safety and occupational
health program improvements that are
possible with senior leadership's commit-
ment and example," stated Commander,
Naval Safety Center Rear Adm. George
Mayer. "Top-down emphasis on safety
establishes a command culture that pro-
motes operational excellence through
effective risk management processes and
hazard recognition/correction. The worth
of proper training, and command empha- Com
sis on proactive and innovative safety Geo
programs and incentives, is unquestion- Dep
NAS Jax continued to ensure safety and
was a fundamental part of its everyday Awa
business in fiscal year 2005. The station ny h
reported that total mishaps were down 25 tica]
percent, traffic safety had improved dras- duce
Daniels to relieve
From CNATTU acksonville [ -_J -
mdr. James Daniels will
relieve Cmdr. Robert
Newton as commanding
officer of the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training
Unit (CNATTU) Jacksonville
during a change of command
ceremony tomorrow at 10 a.m.
The ceremony will take place
at the NAS Jacksonville Bach-
elors Quarters Pavilion. Capt.
Charlie Code, commanding
officer, CNATTU, NAS Pensa-
cola will be the guest speaker.
Daniels was born in Atlantic
City, N.J., and raised in
Brigantine, N.J. He enlisted in
the Navy in October 1977 and
attended boot camp at Great
Lakes, Ill. Upon completion of
boot camp, he reported to AW
"A" and then reported to NAS
North Island in San Diego in
May 1978 for search and res-
cue (SAR) school and helicop-
ter antisubmarine warfare
Photo courtesy of the Navy Safety Center
nmander, Navy Safety Center Rear Adm.
rge Mayer presents NAS Jacksonville
uty Safety Officer Dave Colburn with
2005 Chief of Naval Operations Safety
Occupational Health Ashore Safety
rd (large installation) during a ceremo-
eld in Norfolk, Va. March 14.
[ly and new initiatives were intro-
ed to educate Sailors about recre-
NeWton as CN
Cmdr. James Daniels
(ASW) training at HS-10. The
"Black Knights" of HS-4 was
his first permanent duty sta-
tion where he deployed on
board USS Ranger (CV-61)
and USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63).
In September 1981, Daniels
reported to the "Fleet Angels"
of HC-1 as a SAR instructor.
During this period he received
"Our substantial reductions in mishaps
are clear indicators that the process of
mishap reduction has become ingrained
in the station's culture and occurs in con-
cert with changes in workload and imple-
mentation. This is truly a hallmark of an
effective and integrated Occupation.
Safety and Health (OSH) program. We
work together on a daily basis, but in dif-
ferent ways to realize the goal of a safe
and healthful workplace," stated NAS
Jacksonville Safety Officer Ron
NAS Jax runs several OSH programs
that contributed to the overall success of
the safety program. Not only did they ran
an effective mishap program, they also
improved an already successful fire pre-
vention program and conducted disaster
The OSH program was further
enhanced by its ergonomic program, ord-
nance/explosives safety program and
occupational health program. Together
these programs worked to prevent
injuries and further improve work effi-
ciencythroughout the station.
Cmdr. Robert Newton
his bachelor of science degree
from Southern Illinois
University. He them reported
as part of the pre-commission-
ing crew ,to the "Wolfpack" of
HSL-45 and participated as
the senior aircrewman in the
first helicopter detachment on,
board USS Bunker Hill (CG-
52) as part of her commission-
See SAFETY AWARD, Page 14
'TU Jax CO
ing crew. It was during this
tour that Daniels was selected
for axclmx.mL .A Ei. and
promoted to ensign in Decem-
After his commissioning, he
reported on board USS Carl
Vinson (CVN-70) as the ASW
division officer in 1989 and
deployed on a Western
Pacific/Indian Ocean cruise in
February 1990. In April 1991,
he was promoted to 02 and
reported to HS-10 as the air-
crew division officer. During
this tour of duty, he earned his
masters of science degree in
human resources manage-
ment and development from
Chapman University and was
subsequently promoted to 03.
In October 1994, Daniels
returned to USS Kitty Hawk
as a tactical action officer,
deploying in 1994 and 1997 in
support of Operation Southern
See CNATTU, Page 14
NAS Jacksonville holds unveiling to open dining facility
By Miriam S. Gallet '
A freshly painted sign, Mexican food and salsa music
marked the grand opening of the NAS Jacksonville mess
hall, previously known as the Galleon Galley. The new
name was revealed during the unveiling of the sign March 22.
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
joined by culinary specialists dressed in their traditional garb,
pulled the blue cloth that covered the newly-installed sign and
signaled a new concept in dining aboard the base.
"This is a great occasion," remarked a smiling Dobson. "A
pleasing environment is very important to what you are doing
and our new Flight Line Cafe is a reflection of it. This is an
enjoyable and refreshing place for our Sailors to eat their meals."
The mess hall, renamed the Flight Line Cafe, received major
aesthetic changes during the last few months and held a "Name
the Galley Contest" in order to keep up with the 21st century.
VP-5 Sailors collectively won the name contest and will receive
a pizza party from the caf6.
Sailors and their families and Department of Defense civil-
ians attended the grand opening and enjoyed an array of tradi-
tional Mexican and Spanish dishes and background salsa
music. The celebratory meal served more than 300 attendees
and included Spanish soup, beef fajitas, enchiladas, Mexican
refried bean and corn, Spanish rice and a compliment of salads
and desserts. Mexican sombreros, maracas and other ethnic art
pieces adorned the tables and softened the look of the all-stain-
lessstal food counters.
Flight Line Caf6 Food Services Officer CWO3 Kathy Wiseman
said that the changes were necessary "because it's a whole new
revolution in food service in today's Navy. Our new name is
reflective of our attitude and who we serve."
"Our value, convenience and quality can't be matched any-
where within the industry," she added. "This new makeover has
Photos by Miriam 5 Gallet
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson (front,
left) joins the management and staff of the Flight Line Cafe in a
round of applause after unveiling the new sign signaling the open-
ing of the new cafe March 22. The cafe replaces the' outdated
been possible because I have an outstanding team of chiefs and
enlisted Sailors. who believe in what we do and in who we are.
Each of us takes our profession seriously and our ultimate goal
is to delight our patrons with every meal serve."
The new Flight Line Cafe now offers light fare, low-calorie
menus during every meal and desserts designed to satisfy even
the most discriminating sweet tooth. Additionally, it also fea-
tures large televisions showing news and current events
throughout the day.
See CAFE, Page 14
Photo by 101 Alike England
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Chief
of Staff Capt. Lawrence Cotton works on a
report in his office. Cotton will retire from
the Navy today after 30 years of service.
Chief of Staff
retires today after
30 years of service
By JO 1 Mike England
commander. Navy Region Southeast
Chief of Staff Capt. Lawrence Cotton
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service today during a ceremony at the
NAS Jacksonville BOQ Pavilion. Cotton,
who has served under six different com-
manders in chief during his career, has
mixed emotions about leaving the Navy, but
looks forward to the challenges that lie
"I started preparing to retire mentally
and emotionally last year," Cotton said.
"After spending my entire adult life in the
Navy, I've realized that people have certain
of you when
you wear a
It's going to
be an adjust-
up in the
not putting it
much of what
the Navy had
to offer during Pholt counesyod Capt Cotton
a career that Ensign Larry Cotton in
spanned four 1976, when he first joined
decades. the Navy.
H o w e v e r,
although he has been on several deploy-
ments that have taken him to every corner
of the globe, his fondest memories are of the
shipmates he served with.
"The things that really make me smile
are the people I've crossed paths with over
the years," he reminisced. "The tough times
we persevered through and the cama-
raderie we shared are memories I'Ll treas-
Several of Cotton's shipmates and.
coworkers are quick to praise his profes-
sionalism and warm personality. Rocky
Cabral, his executive assistant, admires his
honesty, work ethic and most of all, his hair.
"The chief of staff is a model of integrity
and a very warm and caring person,
always taking the time to check on employ-
ees when they were sick and convalescing.
It was a pleasure to work for him. He did
his best and deserves a little time off. The
chief of staff had the best haircut of any 06
I know he went to Dillards' weekly!"
Prehaps the highest praise came from a
person he has worked closely with during
the final months of his career. "When John
Paul Jones described the qualifications of a
naval officer he said, "It is by no means
enough that an officer of the Navy be a
capable mariner. He must be that, of
See COTTON, Page 14
Time changes Sunday
Don't forget to set your clocks forward
one hour Sunday morning at 2 a.m. as
we revert to Daylight Saving Time.
The NAS Jax Fire Prevention Division
a would also like to remind everyone to
'UI HI' also change your smoke alarm batteries
SAVINOS Time! when you change your clocks.
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FROM THE FLEET
Wanted: hybrid Sailors needed for new ships
Atlantic Fleet Master Chief
F rom everything I hear
the littoral combat
ship (LCS) is entering
the fleet with a splash. The
LCS is small, fast and
lethal. What's more, the
Sailors who serve aboard
this new class of ships are
going to find the assignment
completely unique. If you're
looking for a challenge, and
think you might be willing
to be a part of something
new for the Navy, you might
ant to keep reading.
The LCS is a networked,
agile, stealthy surface com-
batant. In addition to the
core missions, the ship will
be utilize reconfigurable
mission modules that will
allow the ship to counter
threats from surface craft,
submarines and mines.
. Having a full-load displace-
ment draft of only 10 feet,
the ship will have the abili-
ty to access very shallow
waters. The ship's top speed
is about 50 knots and has a
range of more than 4,300
The core capabilities
include mobility; special
operations forces; intelli-
gence; surveillance; recon-
naissance; maritime inter-
diction operations; home-
land defense; anti-terrorism
force protection; and the
three focused missions that
need to counter: mine and
undersea warfare, anti-sub-
marine warfare, and surface
The open architecture will
allow missions modules to
be loaded on and off the ship
in a relatively rapid period
of time. This flexible fea-
ture allows theater com-
manders to dictate what the
mission of the ship is, on the
day that he needs it, rather
than having to rely on out-
side shipyards or upgrades
that take long periods of
time, and cause mission
The ships are configured
with a helicopter deck and
hangar. The deck is capable
of launch and recovery of
the MH-60R/S helicopter
and tactical unmanned air
vehicle. The ships can carry
out aircraft launch and
recovery in conditions up to
Sea State 5, i.e. in winds up
to 27 knots and average
wave heights between 6.4
feet and 9.6 feet.
The ships will be. capable
of launching and recovering
watercraft, for example 40-
foot high-speed boats, with-
in 15 minutes in conditions
of Sea State 4, i.e. waves up
to 5 feet and winds up to 21
The ships will carry provi-
sions for 21 days and have
the capability for underway,
The flexibility of the LCS
to perform many different
missions, with a relatively
small crew, makes this ship
extremely attractive to our
Navy. Staffed by a crew.
ranging in size from 15 to
50, the nucleus crew will be
augmented by special mis-
sion crews that will embark
on a mission-need basis.
In total, the ship can
berth approximately 75 peo-
ple. Each ship will also
have two crews, a blue crew
and a gold crew. Each crew
will have a commanding
officer, executive officer and
a command senior chief.
Unlike most ships, the
only two people aboard this
type of ship that won't stand
a watch are the command-
ing officer and executive
officer. The command senior
chief will, in addition to his
or her normal duties, stand
watch as an officer of the
Shipmates, the LCS is
simply incredible. As much
as I could go on and on
about the technical capabili-
ties of this new type of ship,
I'm more interested in gen-
erating your enthusiasm for
duty aboard this new ship
class because of what it will
mean to our Navy and per-
haps to your own career. ...
While there is some
debate about the total num-
ber of ships that will be
built, we will have many of
them. Some suggest we
may have 50 or more. For
every Sailor who ever felt
See SHIPS, Page 13
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Family Life: Married with two children.
Past Duty Stations: RTC Great Lakes, III.,
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Career Plans: To become an electronics
Most Interesting Experience: Finding
Words of Wisdom: If he'll take you to it,
he'll take you through it.
Family Life: Married to Dana,
we have three children, Megan, Rachel and
Past Duty Stations: NADEP Jacksonville
Career Plans: To become my boss's boss.
Most Interesting Experience:
Words of Wisdom: Whatever it takes.
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day is the eight-hour annual refresher class. The training
will be hdld in Hangar 1000 at the Aircraft Intermediate
Maintenance Detachment Jacksonville training room No.
5. Pre-registration is not required.
For more information, call Billie Brownfield at 542-3492
S* -- or Ken Ward at 542-4283.
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W AS Jacksonville has established a hotline for service
f t mJ members, Department of Defense employees, con
S_ tractors and their families to call during an emer
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- given. They can also email the NAS Jacksonville
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relay their status and ask for assistance.
"" The hotline will not be staffed by customer service per-
sonnel and only provides recorded information. It cannot be
"used to check on weather conditions or locate people. The
hotline number and email address are for emergencies only.
For more information, call 542-5595.
I am engaged to be mar-
ried this June and I am
happy but also a little nerv-
ous. -My fiance and I talk
about a lot of things such
as where we want to live
and how many children we
would like to have, but it
seem she does not like to
talk about money. Is this
normal? I have heard that
many married couples have
money problems and I do
not want that to happen to
us? Any suggestions?
It is funny how couples
will discuss a lot of really
personal things but they
won't talk about money
because it is too personal.
If you don't talk about
money before you get mar-
ried, chances are pretty
high that you will fight
about money later. In a
recent Wall Street Journal
article, Jeff Opdyke sug-
gested that there are nine
questions partners should
ask each other before get-
Ling married. Here they
* What are your financial
assets and liabilities?
* How do you use debt?
There is a big difference
between a.$30,000 college
loan and a $30,000 credit
What is your money his-
tory? Problems can occur
when a "saver" marries a
Do we need a prenup?
What are your financial
What are your career
expectations? Do you both
plan to work? What hap-
pens when the children
How do you propose we
divide financial duties?
Will we operate from
one checkbook or three? Or
Do you have a basic
understanding of money?
This means the basic
understanding of how
checking accounts, credit
cards and saving plans
I recommend you sit
down with your new part-
ner for life and discuss
these items and compare
your views, knowledge, and
Understanding how a
person thinks or feels about
finances often reveals how
they think about other
things as well. An hour or
two spent discussing
finances before the wedding
should lead to fewer misun-'
More questions? Contact Hey
Moneymanl at 778-0353.
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:30 a.m. Holy
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.-
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer ..................Capt. Chip Dobson
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Assistant Editor J01 Mike England
Manager Ellen S. Rykert
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ON THE HOMEFRONT
4 =Mant i'sI~frwfthewrlo Iraq
Viking Tactics Instructor
Jax Al News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006
By Lt. Paul Vidal
Nine pilots of Viking
(VTI) Class 1-06
graduated from Sea Control
Weapons School (SCWS)
March 21.During the rigor-
ous six-week program con-
ducted twice a year, nine
graduates were designated
as air combat weapons tac-
tics instructors, the highest
air combat training qualifi-
cation available to naval
These newly designated
VTIs will bring the latest
tactical acumen and doc-
trine to their respective
commands, ensuring their
squadrons are ready to
fight our nation's conflicts
from the decks of her air-
The five-week VTI course
began at Naval Strike and
Air Warfare Center
(NSAWC) in Fallon, Nev.
An hour drive east of Reno,
NSAWC houses the most
advanced aviation training
facilities in the United
States, including the
This long week involved
the latest-instruction and
doctrine on carrier-based
warfare, including the
exciting new array of preci-
sion guided weapons and
likely threats to U.S. forces.
Instructors also received
extensive training on brief-
ing skills and public speak-
ing, reinforcing their future
roles as the tactical leaders
within their squadrons.
The week at NAS Fallon
was followed tip by more
intense instruction on S-3B
Viking-specific tactics at
the SCWS, NAS Jackson-
ville. Instructed entirely by
fellow VTIs and veterans of
Operation Iraqi Freedom,
the nine potential candi-
dates received the latest
and weapons briefs to fur-
ther enforce what they
learned at NSAWC.
For two weeks, these can-
didates put in 10-hour
days, receiving graduate-
level instruction on
weapons employment and
practicing this instruction
in state-of-the-art simula-
tors. Weapons covered
included ,the AGM-88
SLAM-ER missile, the mili-
tary's premier air-launched
long-range attack missile.
Other instruction covered
the .employment of the
Maverick missile system,
MK-46/50 torpedoes, clus-
ter bombs and the reliable
Mk-82/3/4 series iron
These three weeks of
instruction would culmi-
nate in the fun part: prac-
ticing the tactics using live
T he Jacksonville Com-
(CERT) is a program devel-
oped to train and educate
citizens in recognition,
response and recovery from
a major disaster when
emergency services can't
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
The next. class begins
April 18 from 6-9 p.m. and
is held every Tuesday night
for eight weeks. Saturday
classes begin April 22 from
9 a.m. to noon. All classes
are held at the Duval
County Emergency Oper-
ations Center at 515 N.
For more information, call
6,0-7885 or go to
The final two weeks of targets fro
VTI put all the knowledge with their a
together in a graded envi- the VTIs d(
ronment. The aircrews ability to qu
developed sophisticated as a groul
briefs based on mission sce- deliver up t
narios, having their ideas target insta
picked apart by instructor Honing w
VTIs in a "murder board" on the groin
process. crews dem
Using this input, the can- ability to
didates developed unique missile to
methods of attacking a get from ur
variety of threats, based on and place i
the previous weeks instruc- by-two-foot
tion and VTI inputs. After a series off
this exhaustive but essen- One flight
tial process, the crews were dination w
ready to fly. Force E-8
VTI featured nine total erica's most
"events", each flight involv- targeting a
ing three plane formation deployed in
of armed S-3B Vikings. ror, calling
Utilizing excellent local coordinate
bombing ranges and" state.
remote-controlled ships in Once aga
the open oceans, the VTIs cessfully hi
delivered nearly 20,000 the SLAM
pounds of ordnance on a ed missile
variety of land and sea- SCWS T-34
based targets. average tru
Often spotting "hidden" A final hi
m 80 miles out
quickly launch, fly
p of three, and
to 30 bombs on a
hat was learned
und, the Viking
use the SLAM
prosecute a tar-
p to 80 miles out
it within a two-
t featured coor-
ith the U.S. Air
t advanced radar
a the war on ter-
g in the target
s from another
in, the S-3B suc-
t the target with
, in this case a
*C the size of an
ghlight was tak-
Students of Viking
Class 1-06 form a
division of three,
flying to the AUTEC
range in the Ba-
hamas, where they
during target prac-
Photo courtesy of Sea Control Weapons School
ing off from NAS Jack-
sonville as a division of
three, flying to the AUTEC
range in the Bahamas,
dropping ,six torpedoes
within 100 feet of the
intended targets and flying
back in time for lunch.
Before leaving, the children
of the local Bahamian
grade school were treated
to a pre-briefed flyover,
with three Vikings flying at
200 feet and 450 miles per
these VTIs returned to
.their respective commands
to serve as a core group of
fleet instructors. These
graduates implement the
Air Combat Training
Continuum program and
ensure our aviators on car-
riers practice the excellence
taught in this course. Some
day, they may join the
ranks of SCWS instructors
and teach the next genera-
tion of VTIs.
SCWS congratulates the
following fleet graduates of
the VTI program: Lts. Jeff
Harper of VS-32, Jose
Martinez, Rob Chandler
and Matt Russell of VS-31,
Zach Kirby of VS-22, Lt.
j.gs. Caleb Hogg and Steve
Couch of VS-22, Chris Amis
ofVS-31and Clay Waddill of
And, thanks VS-31 4nd
VS-22 for providing reli-
able, fully functioning air-
craft armed with weapons
and ready to fly.
Range coordination was
excellent, and local control-
ling agencies balanced -the
course needs against carri-
er air wing, U.S. Marine
Corps and U.S. Air Force
assets utilizing the best
training facilities on the
U.S. East Coast, the
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Payday loans can cause financial disaster for borrowers
By Kaylee LaRocque
and their families
are being targeted
by a growing industry that
provides fast cash for those
naive enough to fill out the
paperwork and supply com-
panies access to their bank
These companies, called
payday lenders or predatory
lenders, can be found virtu-
ally everywhere these days
- on the Internet, in mili-
tary publications, in kiosks
at shopping malls and in
small shops in local neigh-
It's easy to obtain the
money, but it's not so easy
to pay it back, especially
when these companies
charge interest rates that
can easily exceed 400 per-
cent. While some people
may think these short-term
loans are needed and that
they will have no problem
paying them back, they
often find this is not the
case. Often a loan is rolled
over and over and the cost
By Kaylee LaRocque
S tate law prohibits a deferred presentment provider
(the business) from allowing you to "roll over" your
deferred presentment transaction. This means that
you cannot be asked or required to pay an additional feev
in order to further delay the deposit or presentment of
your check for payment.
If you inform the provider in person that you cannot
cover the check or pay in-full the amount owed at the
end of the term of the agreement. you will receive a grace
period extending the term of the agreement for an addi-
tional 60 days after the original termination date with-
"Payday lenders are bad
news. They target those
people who live paycheck to
paycheck and who are not
well-informed about finan-
cial management. In this
country, many people need
to have access to cash
before paydays. They basi-
cally have three options -
use a credit card, wait until
payday to get what they
need or take out a short
term loan," said Dave
Faraldo, director of the
Navy and Marine Corps
Relief Society (NMCRS) at
"Unfortunately, many peo-
ple don't have a lot of
options and don't know
where to go for-help so they
go to one of these business-
es, write a post-dated check.
They are then given the
cash to tide them over until
payday when the company
deposits that check,"
explained Faraldo. "What
they don't realize is that
these companies charge an
out any additional charge.
The deferred presentment provider shall require that
you, as a condition of obtaining the grace period, com-
plete consumer credit counseling offered by an agency
included on a list that will be given to you by the
You may also agree to comply with and adhere to a
repayment plan approved by that agency. If you do not
comply with and adhere to a repayment plan approved
by that agency, the provider may deposit or present your
check for payment and pursue all legally available civil
means to enforce the debt at he end of the 60-day grace
extremely high interest
rate, in addition to service
charges. When that check is
deposited, it all comes out of
the account at once. So,
much of their paycheck is
already spent and now how
do they pay their bills, rent
and buy groceries? They go
do it again and now they are
in the trap. And, there is no
easy way out," he continued.
Unfortunately, a lot of mil-
itary members and their
families are getting caught
up in the trap. But, the good
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news is the military is tak-
ing action. The Department
of Defense recently
announced 10 items they
thought state legislators
should pay attention to -
one being payday loans.
According to Under
Secretary of Defense
(Personnel and Readiness)
Dr. David S.C. Chu, payday
lending practices are proven
to be detrimental to military
service members who have
chosen to use them to meet
their immediate cash needs.
He is currently calling for
state laws that stop small
interest loans, cap their
rates and establish ceilings
and protect the service
"The problem is that state
laws don't necessarily solve
the issue. They can pass
state laws in Florida but
who does it apply to the
people living here or the
banks chartered in Florida?
The difficulty for military
personnel is, let's say the
payday lending is chartered
through a bank in
Wilmington, Del. The bor-
rower banks with Navy
Federal Credit Union which
is based in Arlington, Va.
and they are stationed
Florida law guidelines on payday lenders
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"In my opinion, the laws
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ically located should dictate.
A good example are speed-
ing laws. Some states have
speed limits higher than
others. Well, if you have a
driver's license from one of
those states, it doesn't mean
you can go to another state
and drive your state's speed
limits. You have to follow
the laws of the state you are
in. I think it should be the
same way with payday lend-
ing," he continued.
According to Faraldo, the
payday lending industry is
booming. "There are more
than 25,000 payday lending
agencies in this country
now. It's a multi-billion dol-
lar industry. The military
needs to step forward and
make it more difficult for
our service members and
their families to use these
places," said Faraldo,
"The military is unique in
that we have a lot of other
options available the
NMCRS offers loans at zero
interest rates, we have on
base credit unions and
banks, command financial
specialists and our young
Sailors are required to
attend a personal financial
management class after
boot camp. We spend a lot of
effort and money to educate
people. Yet, we allow them
to go to these places," he
According to a study con-
ducted by the Center for
See PAYDAY,LOANS, Page 13
Jax Air News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006 5
Even though the rain
was coming down
and the skies looked
foreboding, 103 volunteers
from NAS Jax still took
time out of the busy work-
week to clean up and beau-
tify the St. Johns River
shoreline March 23. Volun-
teers from various NAS Jax
tenant commands were out
in force looking to have a
good time while making a
The Environmental De-
partment headed off the
annual shoreline clean-up
and were hoping to see a
high number of volunteers
come out a give a hand to
the much needed cause.
Natural Resources Man-
ager Christine Bauer stat-
ed, "One of the benefits of
maintaining our shoreline
and conducting the clean-
up is the good it does for
the wildlife habitat."
"We have manatees, a
large variety of fish and
wading birds in these
areas. Keep-ing those areas
clear of debris and other
harmful trash will ensure
that the forging areas are
in tact for the growth and
well-being of our river
"Because of the way the
river flows and the dynam-
ics of the river, there are a
lot of places that trash can
easily build up. It's not
necessarily trash from the
base but it comes from off-
shore, driven in by the cur-
rent. By doing this yearly,
it allows us to keep it under
control." she added.
tives were on hand to guide
volunteers through the
shoreline by land and sea.
There were teams in the
brush along the river's
edge, canoes skimming
trash out of the water and
boats for the larger trash
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make a some improve-
ments. There are parts of
the river that we can't help
but we can fix this part."
"Our entire command
was given the time off
today to focus on clean-up
efforts and we are here to
have some fun and do some
cleaning up at the same
time. We'll be out in the
canoes today covering
Mulberry Cove," remarked
AW1(AW) Carl. Parker also
The strong efforts of the
and the tenant commands
that lent a helping hand
turned out to be a huge suc-
"The combined efforts
brought in more than 6,000
pounds of trash and debris.
Air Operations collected
more than 4,000 pounds of
trash north of the airfield
and that is an overwhelm-
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Assistant Natural Resour-
ces Manager Angela Glass.
"It was wonderful to have
everyone out here. Getting
rid of the harmful trash
was essential to the welfare
of our river wildlife. If pos-
sible, I'd give this group a
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6 JaxAII NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006
AM2(AW) Randy Jaerger of Fleet Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville measures a piece of
vinyl siding to be cut and installed on one of the Habitat for Humanity homes in Green Cove
By Kaylee LaRocque
Several groups of NAS Jax
Sailors spent much of last
Tuesday donating their
labor skills to give something
back to the community through
, the Clay County Habitat for
SHumanity program which builds
homes for low-income families.
Sailors from Naval Air
AM3 John Bramin
Green Cove Sprii
to come out and
build homes for
Every time we
could get some
(NAVAIR) Depot Jacksonville, for a day and get away, we came
Fleet Industrial Supply Center out here to help out," said
Jacksonville, VP-5 and VP-62 all ADC(AW/NAC) Jennifer Long,
came together as a team to install who has been working with the
vinyl siding and complete trim program since 2003.
work on several homes in Green "Whenr we finally had a bigger
Cove Springs. group coming on a regular basis
"I used to work at the NAVAIR and gained some experience, they
Depot and we started out by gave us our own house to build
donating our time once a month from the ground up. It was really
mer of VP-62
nails some siding trim on a Habitat for Humanity house in
ngs on March 21.
exciting. We've put up about six
houses on our own now from the
walls, roofs, siding to all the inte-
"Clay County Habitat for
Humanity is fast moving right
now and have numerous sites
they are working on. Our usual
team consists of members from
NAVAIR Depot Jax, FISC Jax
and VP-5. Lately, we've been des-
ignated our own houses to work
on, but we help out wherever we
are needed,' Long continued.
Volunteer. work alongside con-
tracted workers and Habitat for
Humanity employees to do fram-
ing, roofing,j dry-walling, painting,
installing vinyl siding, landscap-
ing and help with the clean-up.
They are not required to have
"Today we are finishing up a
house we've been working on by
doing trim work, painting, base-
boards and maybe some concrete
work if the weather holds up. We
also have some members working
on another house helping some
college students put up vinyl sid-
ing," said Long, enthusiastically.
And although the Navy crews
have been volunteering with the
program for] quite some time it's a
different experience every time
they go. "Every time we come out
here, we learn something new.
Most of us! had never had any
construction experience. We've
learned how to do siding, put
walls together, cut concrete,
frame a house, put shingles on,
etc. Once our Sailors learn these
skills, they !are much more valu-
able as workers because they can
share the information with the
new people," Long continued.
"I was really impressed the first
time I came out here because
Jennifer had a cookout for every-
one and we met the prospective
homeowner. It was nice spending
time with them and working next
to them to build their home from
the ground up. It was really
rewarding," said ADC(AW/NAC)
Manny Cabal of NAVAIR Depot
Quality Control Department, who
just started volunteering for the
program. "It's such a great pro-
gram and by learning all that we
do here, we can take this experi-
ence back and do our own home
And not only are the volunteers
excited to help out, but the site
supervisors are thrilled to have
them. I've really been blessed to
have these Navy people out here
working. They are always willing
to give their time and effort to
come out and they always work in
unity. We've really built a lot of
personal relationships completing
these projects. I teach them, but
they are always teaching me as
well, especially how to work
together as a team," remarked
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity Job Foreman Frank
Coordinating the Navy's volun-
teer efforts for this project and
numerous others within the com-
munity is the Greater Jackson-
ville Area USO. "Sonja at the
USO has been wonderful. Any
time, I need some help out here, I
just call her and we have Navy
volunteers show up.
Without Jax Navy, Habitat for
Humanity wouldn't be what it is
today," said Clay County Habitat
for Humanity Volunteer Coordi-
nator Anita Hinkle. "Last year,
they helped us build 16 houses.
Next year we plan to take on an
extra two houses just because we
have so many great Navy work-
ers. We really appreciate all the
support we get. They really are
great and are so committed to tle
Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, Inc. began in 1987 to
provide safe housing to low
income working families by get-
ting them and the local communi-
ty to build them. Prospective
homeowners are required to work
300 hours on their own home as
See HABITAT, Page 7
AMI(AW) Robert Hause of Fleet Industrial Support Center Jacksonville uses a chalk line to keep vinyl strips in
place and level.
AMI(AW) Robert Hause of Fleet Industrial Support Center Jackville,
checks to ensure the vinyl siding is level as Habitat for H anity
Supervisor Marvin Taylor looks on.
Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006 7
A group of Sailors from NAS Jacksonville work on a Habitat for Humanity home on Julia Street in Green Cove Springs on March 21. Navy members built this home from the ground up.
HABITAT: Clay County
appreciates the help
From Page 6
part of the "sweat equity" requirements to qualify for
the new house. Applicants must be employed, live in
substandard or subsidized housing, provide a $500
down payment on the home and are required to pay a
no-interest, 25-year loan.
"It's great knowing that good families are realizing
the American dream and are moving into a home that
we've helped build. I've worked side-by-side on
numerous homes with these families. It's really excit-
ing for them because most have never had their own
home," said Long. "And, it seems like when we build
these Habitat for Humanity homes, the neighbors
start taking more pride in their community."
Volunteers are always needed to help build homes .
in both Clay and Duval County. No experience is nec-
essary, volunteers are taught new skills by on-site
construction supervisors. It's a chance to help elimi-
nate homelessness and give families a little less fortu-
nate, safe and affordable shelter.
For more information on how you can help, call the
USO at. 778-2821.
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
Lt. Jeff Swain of VP-5 carefully cuts
some baseboard as ADC(AW) Jim Greenawalt
of Naval Air Depot Jacksonville assists.
ArC(AW/NAC) Mark Sylvain (left) and AZC(AW) Frank Cumbaa of VP-62 bend some facia that will be installed on the bottom of the roof line.
8 Jax r NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006
VP-742 members reunite at VP-30
in eras and aircraft,
By Lt. Steve Bradfield
VP-742 was a reserve patrol
squadron at NAS Jacksonville
between November 1956 and
January 1968. Each year, a number of
officers who remain in touch, reunite
to relive their aviation days. This
March, VP-30 coordinated a weekend
tour of Hangar 30 and one of their P-
3 aircraft to support the reunion.
Retired VP-742 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. Bob Stubbs from
Middleburg, Fla. was among the eight
retired officers in attendance. Stubbs,
the eldest of the group at 80 years
old, began his naval career flying mis-
sions against the Japanese in WWII
in the Western Pacific.
All the other members were high
achievers as well. All had attained
the grade of lieutenant commander or
higher during their naval careers.
Most have gone on to excel in post-
military life as airline captains, top-
level civil service executives and a
host of other venerable careers. One
member is still supporting the Navy,
working on the V-22 Osprey program,
after 59 years of combined
Department of Defense service.
During the tour, the many differ-
ences between then and now were
striking. Unlike today's fight against
the global war on terror in improved
P-3s, VP-742's primary focus was fly-
ing the P-2 Neptune during the cold
war. They flew two-engine P2V-4 and
P2V-5 aircraft during the 1950's, and
P2V-5F and P2V-7 four-engine air-
craft during the 1960's. They deployed
to places like NS Guantanamo Bay,
Photo courtesy of VP-30
VP-742 officers tour a P-3 in the VP-30 hangar. (Back row left to right) Ed Bean,
Wiley Cauthen, Haven Cammett, Bob Atkinson. (Front row left to right) Joann
Cauthen, Pauline Cammett, Cecil Delcher, Dianna Delcher, Lynn Stubbs, Bob
Stubbs and Ross Cafaro.
Cuba, NS Roosevelt Roads, Puerto merchant vessels, ships and sub-
Rico, NAS Port Lyautey, French marines just as our predecessors did
Morocco and NAS Keflavik, Iceland, against Japanese ship movements in
all of which are no longer frequented the Pacific and German submarines
by P-3's. Over water navigation was in the Atlantic during WWII.
conducted primarily by drift meter, During the 1960's, the P-2s were
celestial navigation, LORAN, and low involved in locating Russian ships
frequency direction finder. These during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
days, GPS and inertial navigation get Today, P-3s are conducting similar
are used. missions in oceans around the globe
Although the difference in.politics, in support of the global war on terror
aircraft and technology seem worlds and the war against drugs. On any
apart, there is a common theme that given day a P-3 may be locating a
unites us in a brotherhood of mar- large shipping vessel suspected of
time patrol aviators mission. We carrying illegal cargo, pirates causing
discovered that despite all the havoc to shipping in the Middle East,
advances in technology and policy in or high speed drug boats near Central
the past 60 years much remains America.
unchanged for the maritime patroller. Though the targets and technology
Today P-3s patrol vast expanses of have changed, the concepts remain
water conducting intelligence, surveil- the same. It's this common job we've
lance and reconnaissance missions for all done that binds us together.
Seabee receives 2006 Enlisted Engineer Achievement Award
Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Retired Army Col. Bob Carpenter (left) presents the 2006
Enlisted Engineer Award to CMC(SCW) Samuel Green (cen-
ter) of Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) 202
as CBMU-202 Officer-in-Charge Lt. Russell Bates looks on.
From Facilities Team
Southeast Public Affairs
Green of Construc-
tion Battalion Main-
tenance Unit 202 Detail
Jacksonville is the recipient
of the 2006 Enlisted En-
gineer Achievement Award.
Retired Army Col. Bob
Carpenter presented the
award to Green on Feb. 25
at the 2006 Engineer's
Week Awards Banquet
sponsored by the Jackson-
ville Society of American
Military Engineers (SAME).
Green was selected by a
panel of Jacksonville SAME
Post members for his out-
standing service to his
country, his command and
his Seabees. Particularly he
was singled out for his sig-
nificant contributions in
supporting hurricane recov-
ery operations for Joint
Task Force Katrina as the
logistics hub supervisor in
Jacksonville where he coor-
dinated the movement of
tools, materials, and equip-
ment into the deployment
Additionally, Green led
his Command in imple-
menting the Navy's 3M
Maintenance program by
repair parts inventories,
and establishing a function-
al organization for his com-
mand element and four
detail sites located along
the Eastern seaboard.
Volunteers needed for Jacksonville Jazz Festival
to Georgia mountains
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
The "Nightdippers" of HS-5 recently sent a detach-
ment of pilots, aircrew and maintainers to the
mountains of Northern Georgia. The squadron
members flew two aircraft to Camp Frank D. Merrill; an
Army base located roughly 60 miles north of Atlanta.
Situated in the Southern Appalachian mountain range,
the base is home to the mountain portion of the U.S.
Army Ranger Training Program due to its challenging
terrain and climate.
HS-5's interest in Camp Merrill originates in training
for one of their primary missions combat search and
While the environment around Jacksonville provides
for many useful training opportunities, few areas exist
to practice mountain flying. The squadron's detachment
to Camp Merrill provides them the opportunity to per-
fect this skill. Mountainous CSAR operations involves a
delicate balance of high altitude, power limited flying
with the necessary tactical aircraft profiles to avoid
While in Camp Merrill, squadron members flew vari-
ous day sorties, emphasizing different mountainous see-
narios. Although most HS-5 operations focus on over-
water operations, the fact that the Earth's terrain is
one-eighth mountainous dictates the requirement and
the worth of this type of training. The 'ability to deftly
shift from one geographic region to another allows the
Nightdippers. to perform their crucial CSAR role wher-
ever the mission takes them.
VP-45 hosts future Sailors
By Lt. j.g. James Hall
he "Pelicans" of VP-
45 hosted Navy Re-
Jacksonville and members
of their Delayed Entry
Program (DEP) March 11.
Future Sailors and their
family members visited
from the local area and
from as far as Georgia.
During their visit, the
group toured a P-3C Orion
and had the opportunity to
interact with active duty
Volunteer officers and
enlisted personnel from the
squadron including pilots,
naval flight officers, air-
crew, maintainers and
Sailors from various other
rates provided answers to a
variety of questions includ-
ing: enlistment, daily life,
physical fitness, officer pro-
grams, deployments, port
calls and many more items
related to military life.
The future Sailors were
not the only ones benefiting
from the Pelican's open
house, parents and immedi-
ate family members who
accompanied them also
enjoy the tour.
The event gave both the
DEP individuals and their
families a chance to see
what their daily life would
include as an active duty
VP-45 is committed to
serving the surrounding
community, whether at
home in Jacksonville or on
deployment. Lt. j.g. Brian
Carruth said, "It was hard
to tell who had more fun,
the DEP Sailors or their
Main Gate closed April 9
T he Yorktown Gate (Main-Gate) will be closed to all
inbound and outbound traffic April 9 from 7 a.m. to
5 p.m. in order to performmaintenance on the pop-
up barrier system. The Birmingham Gate will be open for
all station ingress and egress. The Base Security Pass and
ID office will remain open for business. Commercial vehi-
cles will obtain passes and undergo searching at the
Yorktown Gate and will then be redirected to the
Birmingham Gate for station access.
For further information, call the security department
duty officer at 542 0969, Ext. 110/111.
From the Mayor's Office
City of Jacksonville,
Office of Volunteer
Services is looking for
volunteers to help out dur-
ing the Jazz Festival April
7 through 9. Enjoy live
music from jazz's hottest
acts at Jacksonville's most
beautiful venues. This
year's entertainment sched-
ule will feature (just to
name a few): Kenny G,
Delfeayo Marsalis, Noel
Freidline Quintet, Down To
The Bone and Dee Dee
Volunteers will be provid-
ed a T-shirt. Interested
individuals will have the
unique and exiting opportu-
nity to volunteer at the Ritz
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Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006 9
The anchor of the soul
t.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
For most people hope
carries the idea of
However, there is quite a
distinct difference between
the two. Let me explain:
A handsome middle-aged
man had been a widower
for 14 months. His friends
advised him to make some
positive changes and do
some new and interesting
things. He took their advice
and went on a seven-day
cruise to the Eastern
While walking on the
deck one morning he
walked past a very attrac-
tive lady about his age. She
smiled at him. At that
moment something jumped
inside his heart. That
evening he noticed her
again at the dining room.
She was sitting alone. He
approached her and asked
permission to join her for
supper. In the course of con-
versation he brought up the
question: "Why did you
smile at me today?"
"Because you bear a
strong resemblance to my
second husband," she
replied. "Oh, how many
times have you been mar-
ried?" he asked. "Once" she
answered. Now, that is
There's also the example
of the little girl who stashes
away hundreds of sugar
cubes because she was
"hoping" for a horse. That is
wishful thinking! There are
those that are hoping
against hope that the econ-
omy will improve after
beyond that accomplish-
ment to dream new dreams
and reach new goals.
'* OK, so what is hope?
.' H Well, you can start with a
S- dictionary definition as fol-
'w To desire with expecta-
Stion of obtainment" (Merri-
.' -,am Webster's Collegiate
Dictionary, 10th Edition).
The dictionary's approach
tends to be general and
fif&' bland but it's a start. I will
expand on this definition by
Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina stating that true hope is
blindly investing thousands that, but also much more. I
of dollars into the stock believe that hope is an
market. This too is wishful essential characteristic of
thinking, the soul that reaches
Hope is the anchor of my beyond myself to a power
soul. Of all the abstract which is greater and that
realities that keep my life does not change.
in motion, hope is one of There is only one
the indispensable items! If unchanging being and that
you take someone's wealth, being is God. My hope must
you'll just hinder him. If be anchored on that which
you undermine someone's does not change because
purpose, you'll slow her everything else around me
down. But, if you destroy a is changing, including me.
person's "hope," you'll stop If God is unchanging then
him cold. so are God's promises. That
The German Protestant gives me hope! It gives me
Theologian Jurgun Molt- power to live, to strive, to
man was arrested and achieve. If I truly believe in
incarcerated by the Nazis God's unchanging character
during World War II. He and his unchanging love
spent several years in a (Psalm 23) then my. hope
concentration camp. Here's will be invaded by God's
his observation: "A man unchanging purpose for me..
cannot live without hope. That purpose is founded on
Those who lost hope in the God's very best for my life.
camp lay down, took ill and The objective of my life's
died. When life's hope journey is to seek out and
flounders a sadness beyond decide in favor of that
comforting sets in." which is right, good and
Therefore, I must have pleasing. This hope, this
"hope" to survive and suc- anchor will hold in the
ceed. When my hope leads storms of life. Because of
me to the fulfillment of a this you and I cannot lose.
goal or life's dream, my True hope is a win-win
hope must then launch me proposition!
Sea Cadets show true colors
From the NAS]ax Sea Cadets
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps FDR
Squadron of NAS Jacksonville had
the exciting opportunity to partici-
pate as the color guard for the Black
Watch and Band of the Welsh Guards
March 14 at the Times-Union Performing
Arts Center. The cadets marched to the
bagpipes of the Royal Highland Regiment
on stage in front of nearly 800 guests.
The Sea Cadets would like to thank
Diane Rodriguez, event coordinator for
the Florida Community College of
.Jacksonville Artist Series, for allowing
Capt. Ron Gay, Sea Cadet chairman, the
opportunity to have the cadets perform
for this momentous occasion.
Participating in the event were: Petty
Officer Kimberly McSweeney, Cadet Tim
Bodin, Petty Officer Derek Bishop and
Plots still available
There are still several garden plots availab
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their own vegetables. All active duty member
lies and retirees are eligible to use the gar
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on a regular basis. For more information, cal
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Participating in the color guard is .an
honor and a privilege that is given to each
and every one of these cadets to represent
our unit with pride and distinction so that
the Naval Sea Cadet Corps can become
better known throughout our community
and our country.
These cadets are proud of what they are
a part of and have stepped up to the. plate
to the challenge of committing themselves
to the color guard. They commit to these
events .outside of Sea Cadet drill week-
ends. Any cadet who participates in 10
color guard opportunities can become eli-
gible for the color guard ribbon.
If you believe your son or daughter
would benefit from this exciting program
or if you would like to help, please contact
Capt. Ron Gay at 743-8416.
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S 10 JaxAr NewS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006
Personnel Support Detachment, Jax
Here to serve you
By LII(SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Personnel Support Detach-
ment (PSD), Jacksonville is
responsible for servicing
approximately 9,000 personnel in
the Southeast Region. Most cus-
tomers of PSD are under the
assumption that they simply
track pay and service records,
check Sailors in to new com-
mands and keep identification
cards up-to-date. True, they do all
of those things but they also do so
much more. PSD is behind the
scenes on many other occasions
and you may be surprised to
know what those things are.
According to PSD's Officer in
Charge, Lt. Cmdr. Kathleen
Kerrigan, "When Hurricanes Rita
and Wilma came through the
South, PSD Jax processed all of
the entitlements for those two
areas. The people in the Gulf
Coast and Key West were unable
to work from their offices, so we
took it on for them."
"Our offices mobilized 250
troops to mission essential loca-
tions last November and that was
the second largest mobilization to
occur nation-wide since 9/11," she
"What some people might not
know is the we also offer the only
PSSN Chris Towers of Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment
Jacksonville, (right) returns some service member's records to
PS3(SW/AW) Roderick Campbell.
enlisted classifier in the entire
Southeast Region who is able to
administer the Armed Services
Vocational Aptitude Battery
(ASVAB). With the current re-
quirements for Perform to Serve
(PTS) and personnel wanting to
change into different ratings, the
demand for the ASVAB has been
very high," commented PSCS(SW)
Cecil Montgomery, acting officer
in charge, PSD Jax.
PS1(SW/AW) Reginald Fields,
who is the enlisted classifier for
the Southeast Region and also
the Receipts Division leading
petty officer, mentioned "I have
had personnel from as far as
Cuba report here to take the
ASVAB. I. see about 30 exam par-
PS1(SW/AW) Reginald Fields reviews a service record with PSSA Wenidy
Tetreault at Personnel Support Detachment Jacksonville.
As far as other services go, PSD
is ready to help you with all of
your customer service needs.
Customer service representative,
PS2(SW) Errilyn Reaves of VP-45
stated, We handle it all. Just
bring your issue in to us and we
will ensure it gets taken care of
properly. From allotments to meal
card updates on your identifiha-
tion card, we are a full service
IT1 Corey McCoy was a recent
customer at PSD and remarked,
"I can personally rate the level of
customer service very high and I
appreciate the time that they
took to ensure that my transac-
tion was properly handled."
Computer training offered in FCCJ computer lab on base
From the Navy College Office
The Navy College Offices in part-
nership with Florida Community
College at Jacksonville (FCCJ) will
offer computer training in the FCCJ
on-base computer lab.
The first class, Resume Writing
Using Word, is free to active duty
service members and their family
members. Enrollment is limited to
the first 18 people. This initial class
will be offered as a
t wo-day, four-
14 hour ses-
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to 12:30 p.m. The
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Computer Lab in Building 110.
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Learn to Budget Through Excel
Business Writing Using Word
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rate of $79 per person and will be
open to all personnel who have access
to the base. There is a separate, non-
refundable one-time $15 registration
fee for the first time FCCJ student.
To register, visit the FCCJ office on
base in Building 110 or call 632-5061
or 771-3979 or email agreenhu@
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Hospital Red Cross recruiting for Junior Volunteer Summer Program
From Naval Hospital Jacksonville
he Red Cross Junior Summer
Volunteer Program at Naval
Hospital Jacksonville is accept-
ing applications for the summer ses-
If your teenager is dependable, will-
ing to accept responsibility and has a
desire to help within the community
and meets the requirements, then the
Junior Volunteer Summer Program is
for them. Interested high school stu-
dents between the ages of 15 and 18
are encouraged to apply before April
Enrollment is limited, so the appli-
cants should apply early. The Red
Cross Volunteer Chairman and
Junior Volunteer Chairman will inter-
view all junior applicants for
The Junior Volunteers will be
assigned to work in designated areas
of the hospital under supervision of
the staff members. The Junior
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mum of four hours per week.
Applications must be returned to
the Red Cross Office by April 25, with
a copy of the applicant's immuniza-
tion record and current PPD.
Orientation is June 3-4. Call Christy
Prall at 542-7525 for more informa-
New OB Quest/Classes
offered at hospital
The following classes are available for new parents;
First-time Parents 8:30 -11:30 a.m.
April 7, 14, 21,28
May 5, 12, 19 .J
Experienced Parents- 1:15- 3 p.m.
April 3, 10, 17, 24
May 1, 8,15, 22 i
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Third Trimester Class -a-
April 23 8:30-11 a.m.
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April 19 8:30-11:30 a.m.
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FFSC offers educational and support programsfor service members and families
T he NAS Jacksonville Fleet and
Family Support Center (FFSC)
Life Skills Education and
Support Program is the foremost pre-
ventive measure for the avoidance of
personal and family problems.
All FFSC workshops and classes
are free and available to service mem-
bers and their. families and
Department of Defense civilian per-
sonnel aboard the base..
Pre-registration is required. If spe-
cial accommodations or handicapped
access is required, please notify FFSC
The following workshops are avail-
able in April:
April 10-13, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
Transition Assistance Program (sepa-
April 11, 9 a.m. noon Stress
April 24-27, 7:30 a.m. 4 p.m. -
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The volume of clothing coming in and going out of DUW on a daily
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incoming clothing and then pack this clothing into boxes for distribu-
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By Kaylee LaRocque
orty-five children ages kindergarten through 12, 'i
6.P- spent last week enjoying the numerous activities
organized by staff members of the NAS Jax Morale,
Recreational and Welfare Department Youth Activities -
Center (YAC) during the annual Spring Break Camp.
The children participated in several activities including -
bowling at Freedom Lanes, Bingo at The Zone and a spe-
cial field trip to the movie theater to see "The Shaggy
Dog." The week concluded with a pizza party on Friday.
"Spring Break Camp is like a mini summer camp. While
here, the children do art projects every day, play outside,
break up into groups to do rotating activities and partici-
pate in low and high active games. While inside the cen-
ter, they can use computers which are all connected to the
Internet, play Nintendo, Sony PlayStation, board games
and cards. We are keeping them pretty busy," said NAS
Jax YAC Director Megan Elliot. "We're trying to relate our
activities to the spring season. We've made pinwheels and
planted flowers in pots '
for them to take home .
and watch grow."
"I really like Spring .
Break Camp. It's fun
because we get to do a
lot of different activi- c .t :-
ties. We have art class-
es, play on the comput-
ers, do games and go"'
on field trips. I have
fun with my friends
here," said 11-year-old I D
"I have fun at these
camps because they
keep us busy. We go to
the gym and play Youth Activities Center Director Megan Elliot supervises a game of "Catch the Chair" during Spring Break Camp last week.
games, go bowling, to Six-year-old Peyton Sanders (left) ..
the movies and even and 8-year-old Devon Tipton paint ""
played Bingo. I really flower pots during an arts and
like the arts and crafts session, we make neat Seven-year-old Chloe Riley (right) and 7-year-old Shanya
crafthings, we make n9-year-old Brooke Sanders. Warthen carefully check their Bingo cards for the numbers
Normally, the YAC is only open before and after school. being called at The Zone March 20.
However, with the camp open each day from 6:15 a.m. to 6 Air"o;t.. PrkngSv
Sp.m., a lot of planning ..
has to happen to make "D"f M"
it successful and enjoy-
able for the kids. "We .
have to coordinate
schedules and call the .
different activities on a ..
base to ensure they can ,. .. ...
handle our groups. "".,
Everything is set up
weeks in advance ,"."-
before camp starts. -,&
Once camp begins, our
staff members work .....
full-time in shifts. For .*.
our summer camp we
will hire more staff
members because it's a
much bigger group of
With school only in
session a couple more
""months, the staff at the
base YAC is already RA
gearing up for Summer
Seven-year-old Taje Saunders Camp 2006. "We are
Seven-year-old Taje Saunders holding registration for
carefully paints a butterfly as part h
of an arts and crafts class during our summer camp April
Spring Break Camp at the Youth 22 starting at 10 a.m. I
Activities Center last Thursday. recommend people
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families first. Summer camp packets are now available," vA
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Mark McFarland and No. 88 Navy "Accelerate Your Life" Mofosports racing car.
Texas saddles up for NASCAR
By Jeffrey Nichols
Commander Navy Recruiting
Command Public Affairs
No. 88 Navy "Accel-
erate Your Life"
Monte Carlo rolls
into the Texas Motor
Speedway to participate in
the O'Reilly 300 in Fort
Worth, Texas, April 8.
Driver Mark McFarland
will be at the wheel of Dale
Earnhardt Jr.'s JR Motor-
sports-owned No. 88 Navy
"Accelerate Your Life"
Monte Carlo. McFarland is
currently in the 21st posi-
tion in the Busch Series
standings as of the March
25 race in Bristol, Tenn. In
the first six races, McFar-
land has had an average
start at the 31st position
and an average finish at
23rd, earning him more
than $173,000 thus far.
"This car is super fast, I
can't wait to qualify and
give the Navy a pole,"
McFarland said after post-
ing the fastest time of the
entire field at Bristol dur-
ing practice. Due to heavy
snow, qualifying laps were
canceled and the No. 88
started in the 19th position
and finished 31st.
The Fleet Honoree for the
race will be the USS Chief
(MCM-14). Chief's mission
is to find, classify and
destroy mobred and bottom
mines. Chief's highly ad-
vanced sonar equipment
serves well not only in the
mine hunting environment
but also searching channels
and shipping lanes for haz-
ards to navigation. USS
Chief is stationed, at Naval
Station Ingleside, Texas.
The Fort Worth race will
be televised live at 3 p.m.
to a national audience on
the FOX Network and
broadcast on Performance
Racing Network (PRN)
radio. Also the race will be
broadcast on American
Forces Network Sports
(AFN), check your local list-
ings in your area for broad-
Iax irI NI8W, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, March 30, 2006 1i
updated acronym and all references to
C commander, Navy Installations the command should use CNIC.
Command has a new Web CNIC is the echelon II command
address. Pointing one's browser to under the Chief of Naval Operations
www.cnic.navy.mil opens up responsible for Navy-wide .
a world of information shore installation man-
on CNIC programs agement. The intent
and is a resource of CNIC is to form
for Navy profes- a singe shore
CNIC's new management
commander, /i organization
Vice Adm. that focuses
R o b e r t on installa-
Conway Jr., tion effec-
fueled the ,I tiveness and
,fr improve the
cn a m e shore instal-
Conway has lation man-
put the 'co- munity's abii-
mand' back in ty to support
to Commander ,the fleet.
Navy Instal- According to the
lations Command. CNIC Webmaster,
Known as CNI since Linda Betts, "the old
its inception in 2003, the CNI Web address will
command is now known as still be accessible. Users will be seam-
CNIC. The importance of the emphasis lessly routed to the new CNIC Web
on command, says Conway, is to focus on address." CNIC requests that all users
CNIC's customer fleet, fighter and update their Web links to the new-
PAYDAY LOANS: Not easy to pay back
From Page 4
Responsible Lending, active duty military
personnel are three times more likely than
civilians to have taken out a payday loan.
One in five active duty military personnel
were payday borrowers last year and preda-
tory payday lending costs military families
more than $80 million in abusive fees every.
While some states like North Carolina
have outlawed payday lenders, it's not all
that effective because they just pick up and
move to another state. In an effort to help
service members from becoming trapped in
a payday lender situation, one officer has
made it a little more difficult for his troops
to get a loan.
"The commanding general at Luke Air
Force Base in Arizona recently came out
with an instruction saying that no one on
his base was allowed to go to a payday
lender unless they had a session with a
financial specialist prior to taking out that
loan," explained Faraldo.
"That's a great approach I'd love to see
the Chief of Naval Operations and
Commandant of the Marine Corps come out
with a requirement like this. This essential-
ly tells our service members to use the
assets that we are paying for before you
make a mistake and get in over your head.
If there was an instruction like this every-
where,, most good Sailors wouldn't go to a
payday\lending agency and those already in
trouble would get the counseling they need,"
"We see Sailors in this situation all the
time. Unfortunately, many caught up in this
won't come to NMCRS because they are
trapped and are afraid if they say they need
this money to pay off this loan we won't do
it. And, that's a good fear because it's hard
for us to support the payday industry by
paying off their loan. We will help, however.
We will show them how to get out from
under it we know the state laws and will
advise them on what to do. We can educate
them," Faraldo continued.
Fortunately for military members who are
in a financial crisis, there is a place to turn
to before heading to a payday lender.
"The Navy and Marine Corps Relief
Society was created to help military mem-
bers and their families with emergency sit-
uations either through a loan or grant. We
can help with rent, utilities, groceries, auto-
mobile repairs, emergency travel, etc. Just
come in and meet with a counselor and we
will do what we can to help. And, it's com-
pletely confidential," stated Faraldo.
For an appointment call the society at
The Personal Financial Management
Program (PFMP) conducted at the Fleet
and Family Support Center (FFSC) also
provides financial education, training, and
counseling that accentuate long-term finan-
The PFMP offers foolproof strategies for
financial fitness; how to get yourself finan-
cially fit, ideas for holiday savings, tips on
building credit, dissecting your credit report
and avoiding payday loans.
Contact the FFSC at 542-2766 for more
SHIPS: Navy looking for top-notch Sailors
From Page 2
lost among a crew, this ship offers a chance
to serve that will ensure you are an integral
part of the ship and its mission. The LCS
will have no extra personnel. There will be
no wasteful duties and no Sailor assigned
will perform meaningless work. Every
The two-crew concept has many merits.
While one crew is at sea, the other will be
ashore training. This .rotation allows the
ship to be deployed to a greater extent,
maximizing the ship's operational impact to
the fleet, yet protecting the individual
deployment tempo of the crew. k
I see this as a win-win concept. Proven
for years aboard ballistic missile sub-
marines, having two crews is not a unique
idea-the Navy has seen many successes in
this area and if you truly want to learn
more about the merits of two crews, ask any
submariner that has served aboard an
SSBN and get his opinion.
Having served aboard many ships, includ-
ing aircraft carriers, I can tell you the
advantages of serving aboard such a small
ship seem great.
If you think you might like serving in a
command where your efforts truly matter,
where you know for sure others depend on
you, where you perform many diverse jobs,
where you split your time aboard the ship
and ashore, and where you serve on sea
duty yet have the ability to further your
education ashore, the LCS might be right
The "hybrid" Sailors who man these new
ships will develop skill sets not possible
aboard many other Navy ships. If you think
you're up to the challenge, and belong to a
surface rating, contact your detailer and
look into the possibility of serving aboard an
LCS the Navy is looking for some great
Sailors, are you one of them?
Home providers needed
The Child Development Center is looking for home providers. If you
are an on-base resident, you will only need to be Navy-certified to
become a Home Provider.
If you are an off-base resident, you will have to be state-certified as
well as Navy-certified. This program is for dependent female and
males. For more information about this program, contact Lisa
Williams or Ingrid Robinson at 542-5434 / 5529 / 2472.
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Registration under way for University
of Maryland University College
From the Navy College
R_ registration is'now
underway for Uni-
.R. versity of Maryland
University College (UMUC).
Earn your degree any-
where in the world with
UMUC. UMUC has been
opportunities for the U.S.
military worldwide since
In the past year alone,
UMUC served nearly
58,000 military students
Online and in classrooms
around the world.
For the U.S. military and
their spouses, UMUC
:offers several important
benefits: (1) Choose from a
full range of associate's
(active duty only) degrees,
bachelor's degree, master's
degree, and certificate pro-
grams, offered entirely
online, (2) With online
classes, you can continue
your UMUC education no
matter where you're sta-
tioned, (3) You'll get a
education from an accred-
ited university, (4) No SAT,
GRE, or GMAT is required
for undergraduate or grad-
uate admission, (5) Active
duty service members and
their spouses are eligible
for in-state tuition rate.
TA pays full cost for under-
graduate courses and (6)
UMUC'S military advising
team will help you meet
your education goals. Our
advisors are specially
trained to prepare SOC
student agreements and
assist with the process of
using tuition assistance
and veteran's benefits.
UMUC is proud to be a
member of the Navy
College Program Distance
(NCPDLP). NCPDLP is an
initiative by the Navy to
have colleges and universi-
ties work .together to pro-
vide you with an educa-
tional path from Navy "A"
school to a bachelor's
NCPDLP is an initiative
by the Navy to have col-
leges and universities
work together to provide
you with an educational
path from Navy "A" school
to a bachelor's degree.
ends May 23 for the sum-
mer term. Late registra-
tion ends May 29 ($30 fee
for late registration). The
summer term runs May 30
Drop by and see the local
UMUC field representative
at the Navy College Office
on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. He may also be
reached via email at jher-
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone
CNRSE Volunteer Clearinghouse offers opportunities
From Dianne Parker
CNRSE Community Support Services Administrator
Trhe Navy Region Southeast Volunteer
T Clearinghouse maintains a current directory of
Navy and other military and civilian organizations
using volunteer staff. The clearinghouse also works with
area organizations to recruit volunteers for major com-
munity events and projects. Currently, the following vol-
unteer opportunities are available:
SNavy-Marine Corps Relief Society receptionist, inter-
viewers, layette workers, thrift shop personnel, budget
counselors and volunteer administrators. For informa-
tion, call 542-3515.
American Red Cross optometry clinic assistant, sur-
gery liaison, patient transport, first aid and safety pro-
gram instructor, quality assurance analyst and data base
specialist. For information, call 542-2426.
Fleet and Family Support Center -information and
referral assistant, transition assistance program assis-
tant, marketing assistant, spouse employment assistant,
financial management program assistant. For informa-
tion, call 542-2766, ext. 130.
Adopt A School
The following local schools are interested in being
adopted by a Navy command/department aboard NAS
Jacksonville. Please call the school contact person if your
command is interested., We also ask that you notify the
CNRSE Community Service Program Coordinator
Dianne E. Parker at 542-2766, Ext. 130, if you adopt a
school. Contact The following are the schools and points
Nathan Forest High School Mr. Jacobs 573-1170, Ext.
S P Livingston Sabrina Session-Jones -630-6580
SOS Academy Mrs. Pollen 924-3129
Stillwell Middle School Erica Trent 693-7523, Ext. 127
Don Brewer Elementary Susan Kummernes 745-4990,
Carter G. Woodson Elementary Melissa Gothard 924-
3004, Ext. 148.
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 members.
Participation of both parents is
Joe Pinnell, NMCRS volunteer and
financial planner helps the expecting
parents prepare a budget for baby
From Page 1
"Marvelous," exclaimed Capt. Vince
Griffith, commanding officer of Fleet
Industrial Supply Center Jackson-
ville, after touring the mess hall and
tastilig several of the Mexican and
"The name change is now more
reflective of what we do aboard this
base," he added. I enjoy the quality
of food served here and the fact that
they offer healthy, low carb meals."
from birth through college. He offers
money saving tips for buying baby's
first items such as furniture, car
seats, carriers and strollers.
Retirement planning for parents is
At the conclusion of the class each
family is given "baby's first sea bag",
valued at $100. The sturdy canvas
bag contains a Gerber layette and a
blanket knitted by NMCRS volun-
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
To register or for more information,
Located on the corner of Mustin
Road and Saratoga Avenue, the mess
hall is open to active duty service
members and their families and
Reservists. It features a sports-
themed speed-line dining area. And
in .the main dining room, patrons
will now find aviation memorabilia
from the various squadrons aboard
the base. Miniature airplanes, hel-
mets, various flight gear and posters
now adorn the ceiling and walls.
"This new Flight Line Cafe is out-
standing," said CSSN Jacob Settle, a
culinary specialist at the galley. "The
Navy spent thousands of dollars
training us and furthering our edu-
cation and finally it's going to pay
off. Our customers are going to enjoy
our newly-acquired culinary skills
For further information about the
galley, call 542-3854 or for the daily
menu, call 542-4225, 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
CNATTU: Daniels takes command from Newton
From Page 1
Watch. Two years later, in
December 1997, he report-
ed to Fleet Combat Train-
ing Center, Atlantic as the
department head for the
Maritime Command and
Control Systems Depart-
ment where he was pro-
moted to 04.
- Daniels transferred to
UJSS Enterprise (CVN-65)
in December 2000 and
reported on board as the
assistant combat direction
center officer, participating
iri the opening hours of
Operation Enduring Free-
d9m in October 2001.
-A year later, he trans-
ferred to Fleet Aviation
Training Group, Atlantic
as the executive officer
where he was promoted to'
05 and subsequently
selected for command.
He then reported to
CNATTU Jacksonville as
the executive officer and
served six months in
Baghdad, Iraq as chief of
staff for Joint Area
Support Group last sum-
Daniels is married to the
former Amy Elizabeth
Fischer of Cockeysville,
Md. They have three chil-
dren, Kate, Amelia and
Newton assumed com-
mand of CNATTU
Jacksonville in December
2004 following a tour as
executive officer. He will be
retiring with 29 years of
service and will continue
to reside in Orange Park,
Fla., with his wife, Rhoda
and son, Charlie.
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as leader and friend
From Page 1
course, but also a great deal more. He should be as well
a gentleman of liberal education, refined manners,
punctilious courtesy, and the nicest sense of personal
honor. He should be the soul of tact, patience, justice,
and charity...." He couldn't have better described Capt.
Cotton had he known him personally," stated
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Rear Adm. Mark
Boensel. "Capt. Cotton is an outstanding naval officer I
feel very fortunate have to known and served with him.
We, in the region, will miss him both as a leader and a
A native of Jacksonville, N.C., Cotton graduated from
,the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May
1976 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science
and received his commission through NROTC. He was
designated a naval flight officer in August 1977.
Cotton reported for duty to VP-9 at NAS Brunswick,
Maine in January 1978, deploying to Bermuda, Lajes
Azores (Portugal) and Rota, Spain. In January 1981, he
reported to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
where he was the action officer responsible for Northern
Europe and the United Kingdom.
Cotton furthered his education at the Naval
Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., from January
1983 to June 1984, where he received a Master of Arts
degree in national security affairs. He then reported to
USS Enterprise (CVN-65) in September 1984 as the
operations administrative officer, serving also as a tacti-
cal action officer and deploying to the Western Pacific
and Indian Oceans and the Mediterranean Sea.
Cotton's next assignment brought him to the Nayal War
College at Newport, R. I. in November 1986, where he
attended the College of Naval Command and Staff and
was the U.S. student at the Naval Staff College, gradu-
ating with distinction in December 1987.
He then reported to VP-45 at NAS Jacksonville in
June 1988, and served as the tactics officer and opera-
tions officer, deploying to Bermuda for the first deploy-
ment of the P-3C Update III aircraft in the Atlantic the-
In May 1990, he reported to the staff of Commander,
Patrol Wings Atlantic, as the tactics officer before
reporting to VP-5 as the executive officer in July 1991
and assumed the duties of commanding officer in July
1992. During his tenure, the squadron deployed to
Keflavik, Iceland and earned the Arnold Jay Isbell
Award for Antisubmarine Warfare Excellence and the
Battle Efficiency Award.
Cotton then reported to the Office of the Secretary of
Defense in Washington, D.C. in July 1993 as the country
director for Egypt, Tunisia, and Libya. He served as the
chief of staff, Commander, Maritime Surveillance and
Reconnaissance Forces U.S. Sixth Fleet (CTF-67) from
July 1997 to August 1999 and participated in
Operations Noble Anvil and Allied Force, Kosovo opera-
Subsequently, he reported to Commander, Task Force
84 as the chief of staff where he served from September
1999 to June 2000 and then guided NAS Key West, Fla.
as that installation's commanding officer from July 2000
through July 2003. In August 2003, he reported as chief
of staff for Commander, Navy Region Southeast.
From Page 1
NAS Jacksonville Com-
manding Officer Capt. Chip
Dobson is proud of the
progress the Safety Depart-
ment made in fiscal year
"I fully support the safety
program at NAS Jackson-
6271 St. A
Suite 26-28 Call I
Lunch: Mon-Fri. 11:30-2.
CO proud of progress
ville," stated Dobson. "Not
only does it reduce costs,
increase mission effective-
ness and morale, but also it
is the right thing to do for
our personnel. This station
has had a long history of
support for safety and I
hope we can continue it for
years to come."
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Mission First, Sailors Al.wa ys,
Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials
and use of marina sailboats and safety
June 2, 3, 4, 17, 18
Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all classroom materials
and use of marina motorboats
24th annual Bass Tournament
Begins at safe light until 3 p.m.
Limited to first 100 teams entered.
Door prizes! Cash prizes!
Call 542-3260 for additional information
For more information, call 542-3493.
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
duty from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark
bowling with light show and music!
11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and soft drink for $5
Includes shoe rental
For more information on fitness and ath-
letics, call 542-3518/3229.
Learn to Lift Program
Monday at 9 a.m. and Tuesdays at 4 p.m.
Sign-up at the Fitness Source front desk.
Bench Press Competition
April 19, 4:30 p.m.
For more information about I.TT trips or
ticket prices, please call 542-3318.
Concert and show tickets available on
Lifesong Tour Casting Crowns
Featuring Nichole Nordeman, Josh
Bates, and Speaker Tony Nolan
April 15, 7 p.m.
Club section of the Jacksonville Veterans
Disney On Ice Finding Nemo
April 22,11:30 a.m.
April 23, 1 p.m.
$24 for lower level and $15 for upper
level, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
May 28-29, 8 p.m.
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
Fantastic I.T.T. trips:
Sidewalk Fine Arts & Crafts Festival
$36 adults, $30 children under 10
Includes guided trolley tour.
Trips, activities and costs may be restrict-
ed to E1-E5 single or unaccompanied active
duty members. Call the Liberty Cove
Recreation Center for more details, 542-
$20 includes, paint, lunch and trans-
Photo by Kaylee LaRocque/file
Four-year-old Olivia Viano gets ready to dive
through one of the inflatables and slide down
the other side at last year's Month of the
Military Child Carnival at the Youth Activities
Center. This year's event is April 8 from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jacksonville Suns Baseball game
Free lesson and nine holes of golf
NAS Jax Golf Course
For more information call 542-3521.
The Comics on Duty World Tour featur-
ing Steve Bills, Jeff Capri, Danny
Villalpando, and Gary Brightwell, Tuesday,
4:30 p.m. at the CPO Club and 7:30 p.m. at
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details, call 542-
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Dreamer (PG)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Fun with Dick and Jane
Saturday, 7 p.m. -Aeon Flux (PG-13)
April 7, 7 p.m. Chronicles of Narnia (PG)
For more information on the golf course,
please call 542-3249. For Mulligan's, call
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
No green fees! Cart fee only!
April 11 and 25 for active-duty.
April 13 and 27 for retirees and
Department of Defense personnel.
Call 777-8549 for more information.
Ground School Class
April 17 May 24
For more information on Youth Activities
Month of the Military Child Carnival
April 8, 11 a.m. 2 p.m.
Games, prizes, sno-cones and much
Amiual NAS Jax Egg Hunt
April 14, 7 p.m.
McCaffery Softball Field complex.
Yellow Water Egg Hunt
Yellow Water baseball fields
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Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt
April 16, 10:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
$20 adults, $10 children 12 and under
NAS Jax Officer's Club open to all
For reservations call 542-3041.
Navy Run co
NAS Jax will host the Capt. Charles
Cornett 10K Navy Run/5K Walk
April 1 at 7:30 a.m. Only author-
ized patrons with base access can register
on site the day of the race. The public is
invited to participate however; they must
register and complete a MACS form by
March 29 to ensure base access. Packet
pick-up will be held at the Holiday Inn,
Highway 17, in Orange Park March 31
from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The cost to participate is $5 for all
active duty personnel and chil-
dren under 12. All others pay
$15 before March 29.
Registration the day of
the race is $20 and
will take place
in the Navy
ing lot the
day of the
race from 6-7
a.m. Packets may
also be picked up on race day at the regis-
The race starts at 7:30 a.m. with an
)ming April 1
awards ceremony following in the Navy
Exchange parking lot. Awards will be pre-
sented to the top three male and female
finishers, top masters and grand masters,
plus three males and females in each age
group for the 10K. The top male and
female in the wheelchair category will also
receive awards. The 5K Walk is non-com-
; petitive this year.
There will also beta
/ shoe fair outside.the
f NEX March 30-31
from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. and the mqrn-
ing of the race.
will also ibe
April 1 from
a" 10 a.m. to no n
S new runner's
also be offered.
Volunteers are need-
ed to work the Navy
Run April 1 from 5:30-
7:30 a.m. and 7-9 a.m.
For more information,
call Tim McKinney at
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Easter Egg Hunt volunteers needed
he NAS Jax Youth Activities Center is looking for people to assist
with this year's Easter Egg Hunt April 14 at 7 p.m. at the
McCaffrey Softball Field Complex.
For more information, call 778-9772.
The Morale, Welfare
and Recreation De-
Department is offering
lifeguard training April
4 at 5 p.m. at the
indoor pool. For more
information, call 542-
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The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax No. 86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m. The
Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays and
the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. 1
p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or Pearl
Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's'DID No. 300 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 appoint-
ment or for more information, call 269-2945.
The Clay County Chapter 1414, National
Active and Retired Federal Employees
invites all active and retired employees to their
regular monthly meeting the second Tuesday of
each month at 1 p.m. at the Orange Park Library,
22054 Plainfield Avenue in Orange Park. For more
information, call 276-9415.
The Navy Jacksonville Yacht Club general
membership meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. on
the first Wednesday of every month at the club-
house (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, reservists, retired
military and active and retired Department of
Defense civilians. For more information, call 778-
0805 or email email@example.com.
Parents Without Partners meetings are held
the second Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. at
The Country Cabin restaurant located on
Blanding Boulevard. This organization is open to
any single, divorced, separated, or widowed that
have children of any ages. For more information,
please check out our Web site at www.pwpnflori-
da.com or call 307-6261.
The MOMS Club of Jacksonville Orange
Park/Westside holds their business 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 informa-
tion, contact Angela Adams at 688-0077 or visit
The Association of Aviation Ordnance-
men'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 A01
Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or Jim Bohac at 542-
2939. You can also visit www.aao9.com.
The First Coast Black Nurses Association
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue
room. For more information, call Janneice Moore
at 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Association of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open invitation to all cur-
rently 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 the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville Urban
League, 903 West Union Street. Interested per-
sonnel are encouraged to attend or contact Lt.
Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-7715, Ext. 102
or email Herlena.Washington@sar.med.navy.mil.
The Gold Wing Road Riders Association,
Chapter FL1-X meets on the first Wednesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Golden Coral, 582
Blanding Boulevard. The "Wingnutts" invite all
those interested in motorcycling and motorcycle
safety. They also have a weekly get together at
the Dairy Queen oh Kingsley Avenue at 7 p.m.
every Friday night. For more information, call 269-
5369 or visit www.fllx.org.
Several youth fishing derbies will be held
throughout the city of Jacksonville. The following
are the days, times and locations: April 1, 9 a.m.
to noon at Ronnie VanZant Park, April 15, 9 a.m.
to noon at Crystal Springs Park, May 6, 9 a.m. to
noon at Huguenot Park, June 3, 9 a.m. to noon at
Hanna Park and Aug. 19, 9 a.m. to noon at
Oceanway Park. A youth fishing tournament will
be held Sept. 9 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hanna
Park. The tournaments are free for children under
13. For more information, call 573-4918.
The Southern Genealogist's Exchange
Society will hold their monthly meeting April 8 at
10 a.m. at the SGES library at.6215 Sauterne
Drive. For more information, call 778-1000.
The Knights of Columbus will hold their 10th
annual 5K Beach Run April 22, at 7a.m. Visit
www.flrunning.com or www.ancientcityrr.org for
additional information and registration form.
The St. Augustine Spring Art and Craft
"Festival will be held April 22-23 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Special Events/Francis Field near the
St. Augustine Visitor's Center. More than 150
exhibitors will be at the event. For more informa-
tion, call (904) 824-0716.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through September. Visitors can attend lec-
tures, docent-lead tours, stroll the historic river-
front gardens, view the museum's Masterworks
collection and special exhibitions and experience
Art Connections, the museum's hands-on educa-
tion center: For more information, 'contact Maria
Haynes at 899-6025.
Tennis tourney planned
A men and women's singles tennis tournament
will be held April 24 at 5 p.m. The tournament is
free and open to all NAS Jax authorized men and
women. There will be a separate men and
women's division. Matches will be played at the
Guy Ballou Tennis Complex. Awards will be given
for each division. Call NAS Jax Athletics to sign
up by April 21.
Sports officials and scorekeepers ,eeded
The North Florida Military Officials Association
is looking for individuals to officiate soccer, soft-
ball, football and volleyball at NAS Jax.
Scorekeepers are also needed for basketball.
Experience is. n6t 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 pro-
vided as well as transportation, entry fees, and
lodging costs. Interested runners must compete
in a sanctioned (USA Track and Field, USA
Triathlon Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and -your time must be one of top
10 regional qualifying times. 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 3H, 30M Women 4H
Triathlon Men 2H, 30M Women 3H
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Local park offers free nature classes
he following are upcoming classes both dragonflies and damselflies begin
at Westside Regional Park Nature life underwater and have gills for breath-
Center located across the NAS Jax ing? Learn more .about our dragons and
Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Boulevard. damsels and what you can do to help
All classes require advance reservations them. Participants will take home an
by calling 573-2498. Audubon Adventures newspaper on drag-
Nature Crafts onflies and damselflies designed for stu-
using Recycled Products dents functioning at grades 3-5.
April 3 Gardening for Butterflies
10-11:30 a.m. April 29
Make a statement in support of recy- 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
cling and Earth Day by bringing your Learn more about gardening for butter-
clean recyclables and using flies from Marc Minno, noted butterfly
them to create a unique expertand author of five books on butter-
nature craft. flies. Minno will present a slide program
Coffee with the Birds on butterfly gardening, followed by a
April 5 tour of the gardens.
9:30-10:30 a.m. His will also conduct a
Picture yourself relaxing book signing of his fourth
inside a climate-controlled and fifth books Flori-
building with your morning cup of coffee da Butterfly
and looking out our large picture windows Gardening
at the birds visiting our birdfeeders. stand Florida
What a great way to start your day! Butterfly Caterpil-
Beverages provided. lars and Their
Worms and Composting Host Plants.
April 6 Map and Compass Instruction
10-11:30 a.m. April 29
Did you know that an acre of soil can
contain as many as a million earthworms?
Learn more about these slimy creatures,
their position in the food chain, and how
to set up worm composting. Each partici-
pant should bring a clear quart size or
Hooray for Homeschoolers!
Audubon Adventures: Real-Life
Dragons and Damsels
April 28, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Dragonflies . damselflies . do you
know the difference? Did you know that
Instructions cover boxing a compass to
determine bearings, setting up travel
locations on a map, and determining bear-
ings to travel locations.
Teams of two will use their new knowl-
edge to find eight locations within the
park woods. Each participant must have
a flat acrylic/plastic compass and mosqui-
to repellent. For more information or to
register, please email John Trow at
he eighth annual
change (EIE) will be held
May 9-11 at the Naval
Amphibious Base Little
Creek Conference Center in
Virginia Beach, Va.
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AIR) Environmental Sup-
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EIE to address the environ-
mental management needs
of aviation maintenance
personnel through the
exchange of advice about
approved, innovative main-
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and Marines with an oppor-
tunity to discuss their envi-
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and acquisition experts.
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Cap Ham 79n69fed PV-Roscoe Blvd. 7.5 and at $215,000, L t'sa 370 Lots for Sale
S2rbonusrms. contiguous acres, all THE RESERVE AT POINT bargain that won't
77LerandeSt buldabe, 2200s ar MEADOWS -1/1 Exc last ong. Take look. h
117500,9042782951 2k sf barn. 2 houses cond poss furn ,2nd (386)98&8634r W tehouse/Cecl Field
100% FINANCING, Seascare condo. Rented 8 ac parcel 1) 4ac par-
No money dwn. Newly untivel /0b/2,a 1300s Out of Area/ 757-2 2 el Call Robbie 994-2289
remod.82558 Lourds Dr. Fully tur w/gar. $a MN V Town/Sate 365 ManuCKAture
& Fouracre. 904-838 5800 904-338-6690/891-7550 ow n Homes
HOUSE FOR SALE 2001 Brick Home on 10+7 Acreage
e04 ana-57 2 332 MidCleburgs acres9Lawtey0 5 14X70-'95, 3/.. CH&A/ K e.
from water, 2200 garage, 2 carport Call 612-6758 638 ACRES -In South-e
RJmw c bpt 1 332 D idedlc'/p vehurg/ A Nb FT. ErS-own do arm sys, $750. 380 ACRE.SnS-
3/2, pool,269 -9527,$247K DBLWIDE FORECLOSURE wIth attached storage east Ga. Ideal forgolf
3br/2ba 2004 1620sf, building, solid oak 2 & 3 bdrm mobile homes course community.
HOUSES FOR SALE 1 acre need TLC J 83K. cabll ets, fenced f. r uiet community. Great location off 1-95
Bad credit OK. No money 72794 C0497 View at: backyard $375,000 5 DP WAC near FI/ Ga state line.
down. Ist payment due www.maprinc.com (904) 263-8929 Call ED 696-2550 Call 904-534-4882
Call Mike 779-6900 Home for sale in FO CLVOLUMBIAE
atureovers 3/1Tres 334 Ketone Chesapeake V. 4BrCATEFARM 247ac.
flowering shrubs. nuts, Heighls 2.5baHugeyrd, eat-in- Beautiful GatedWest- Working cattle farm
Sgrapes. Country kit, Irg mstrste. Avail. sidecomm. new&used with 3/2 newly remod-
n,.wnow Cal Gia Dyer at 2& 3 brhms. Fin avail eled home. Hunting &
dir 10al i ne wl eno 3 wll & 5e p iar like 3000+' on SantaFa
Ks_ 53226 sm 6b1 felso.T 5--7+ 1 cres; 3Timd River. $4.5M Jim Kin
MLS #21051 1^p4 SatxSun Call
S38n1222 BR/2BA-New Interior Foreclosed mobile home Realty Che
18169 gtems; 30'x60steel 3/2 Just Pay Sales Tax 352-493-2221
G3 2 Ar e 335 Orange Parku bldg.; 2 wells; +220on & move -n Call 695-2255
3Clay Elk Riverl $153,000. LOOKING FOR LAND W/
3/2 + gar, new pnt, new 866-889-3775 DUVAL. CLAY, & NASSAU Great Views in Maggie
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Sat. Aprl Lovel 3br/2ba screen 757-289-1952 JOHNSALESBELLSOUTILNET 1-7 Acre Parcels w/
8018 Weather e Dr. pch, garage, remod- SpectacularMountain
4/21900+sa MTNVIE LOTS-Lae LAND HOME PACKAGE $39900-$89,900
all apmltances stay, $129,900. 904-7163198 Lure NC. from $29,900 3/2 Double Wide
including w/dL L -www.rowelland.co on 1.25 acres In ALL 828
904 -573-6204 OP Country Club cust. 864-909-1035 Middleburg. / Keystone.
5/5k 3cgar 4115sf on $980 Down. $749 Mo.
red. w/pool 1750sf water/golf/preserve. N. FT. MYERS-own lot save Thousands! 380 Investment
m total eo, 680K. 4-276-013 Dbl mobile furnished CALL (904) 2912735Properties
new kh, baths, ntl, a Tr95k obo. MOVINGI MUST SELL
topsu$197K 96139454C BakerGem R.E. 239-995-243 3/2. 16005F+ Over Acre ATTENTION INVESTORSII
t758 Owood. E con 338 County and a Half. Won't last! Let me make your ob
WELL MAINTAINED 3/2 North Carolina $695 per month, easier. Call me today
Split F. Plan,$189 900 Mountain Sale Call Mr. Bradley for the best investment
1New constr 2660sf, PARCEL-approx 3.5 ac, deals psil Expect
317-0134. Info &pic's: Homebul 20033/2, 2ac. Asheville Area- 2-11 ac 8741862 or 291-3100 deals possible. Expect
www.owners.com/tp5i776 tile/fpl, 1600sf, fish pond. Nomesltesw/GreatVlews, to double your Inven-
Wrap arnde front rch, Waterfalls, Mt Streams. MUST SELL 3BR 2BA1 tor. Financing avail.
K North $259,900. 904-2372-336 Paved Road QBuludable & D/W and Land Home. Call 904-208-8930.
aort 3 5 CondominiMchMore. Stainless Steel Appl.
J----u^o +1'iroo0-,887' Jack Lee Construction ^
325 Jaksoville340 S. Johns CallforDetailslSellngfas Great Jacksonville Loca- WHOLESALE PROPERTIES
340 County Upto 95% Financng. tion, Little Down, Easy Learn Real Est. Investing
Call Owner Tne/gnt90day247Financing, Won't 783-9039 Old M .Mrealesate.o
MA V 5866-930-5263, CALL JOHN 291 0716 I FREEI 90499 0463
23g0sf. tile throughout, FSBO -GOLF VIEW, 3/2/2,
fan cntrtops, 95Kac. 759-4180 2100sf, all brick, scrn
DESIRABLEot -Salt Crk prch, as frplNo CDD
s Availabule owl 7329K. al 904465-4587
2 Co neniently located, ST AUG 224 Redls
. cozy, quiet culde-sac Creek 3/2 Wooedflrs Commercial Residential
ea woodssub- 3/4ac. will be sold Sun. Sales & Rentals
divIsion, 148 Dawnlght, night to highest rea-
s to77. 38 sonable offer. $225K
x106or b-2 m sonable offer. $xt225Ko 5601 Timuquana Rd. 1 e Jacksonville, FL 32210
xlSor9045327 m m bid. Expectation
MLS#21051 lp-4p Sat/Sun Call
COLLEGE. 7yr old home Stonehurast Brand new -
New pnt & cpt. 3/1,. w/d, 4/2+ofc, 2200sf. 3cg. .'
stove & fridge. exc cond new cpt, fnch drs, $309K. .
1816 W. 6th St. $84,900. 904-386-9926/2871173
904-382-6960 904 380k96287-1173_
GREAT DEAL 345 Nassau Phone: 904-778-1118
LEM TURNER & BROOM 3 l o
10oo0% Fnancng, No Cont Fax: 904-771-1401
money down. Newy
remod 2096 Broom St. AMELIA ISLAND In Witer, i3o.,aaa. Website: www.epjrealty.com ,,a,,U Babe Almojer
904-838-5800 Plantation Oaks. close 904-318-2004 Cell Licensed Real Estate Broker
to Ritz-Carlton/Bch 904-778-1118 Office Cellt 904-993-3429
HANDYMAN SPECIAL $220,000. 205- 222-1988 email. Eves 904-272-6583
Needs TLC. Will help with aalere Emal:babealmoera@bellsouth net
financing. 3br lba email@example.com
8809 3rd Ave 9o4807-837 350 Waterfront
HOUSES FOR SALE New Homes 3 -r
Bad credit OK, No money ISLE OF PALMS, 3/2 at
down.t payment due 14310 Stacey Rd., crnr om he$ 60s
C Junll e st. lot, brick home, op. fir
Call Mike 779-6900 plan scrnpool w/lanai,
dock & much more.
Newly Remodeled $609k. 904-223-4302
1533 Raven Dr. S., LAST ISLE OF PALMS
904-334-4888. CANAL LOT -Instant
Equtiy. $466k Final price
PANAMA PK/Trout River before realtor 219-0575
lblk from Marina, 3/1,
bonus rm, totally remod LOT W/DOCK PERMIT.
new ch/a. tile, pnt, appl Trout Rvr Landing $135K.. -
7538 OakwoOd. Exc condo. 70x130. Robin g -.
$94,900. 904-382-6960 904-924-0033/759-4180 7 -- -
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New constr 2660sf, PARCEL -approx 3.5 ac,
$372,500 4/2.5, Victoria 300x538ft, located in
Lakes Sudv, 13566 Bostwick FL $975k,
Devan Lee Dr. E. Open Owner fin avail. No
House 3/25 11-3, Brokers, 864-461-3374 New Quality Built Homes With
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954-554-4607 355 Condominiums A Personal Touch
330 Beaches ATL BCH 1/2 blk to ocean Jack Lee Constrution
3/2 fully furn, patio, Jack Lee Construction
pool, 1100+sf, $399,900
ATLBCH WOFMAYPORT Owner/Agntg904- 247-1049
3/LSTownhse 1100sft 783-9039 Old Middleburg
999 Main St. $1S9,9o. Colonial Point Condo 2br
9011641003,4636406 2ba, office, new kit Z
w/Corian cnrtops, A
DESIRABLE -Salt Creek scrnd prch. 10 mins to
atTPC. 3/3 + ofc stone Alltel or dwntwn $145K
firs, lux finishes, lagoon 737-3223 or 386.0585
view $749k 285-7GREAT DEAL IN .UCBC050222
JAX BEACH PALENCIA!
2300sf, Sbr/2ba, 2 lots, 2/2 + den, over $6k in
New siding, heat pump, upgrades. $188,500 Open
& plumbing roof. $465K House Sun 1-4 Mary
obo. Call Steve 249-8637 Hosking 904-669-6133
4/2.5 50X1201ot. 138 steps Kernan Forest New 2/2
to beach. 116 Davis St. w/ garage, gate comm
$850K 904-472-4828 all appis, amenities,
NORTH JAX BEACH FSBO
5 blocks to beach NEW WATERFRONT
80'x115' lot 2/1 house CONDO Palm Coast,
1126 5th St. N. AS IS. 3/2 furn w/gar, must
$299K 904-553-7203 sell $380k352-376-1073
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1,7 A3 BRis Avail
% (904) 757 -0240>
Lr L l,.2,.3BRs.
LUD Vouchers ,
% ath DS Spedal
as 751 -1510
RIVERSIDE 3/2 $650 ch&a
1350SF, Gas Fplc, WD Hu
Water IncI DW, Nr SPts
VANSANDt RE 389-3540
Riverside ch&a 731-8777
Studio $475. incls utils.
lbr $575. Huge carport
2/1.5 $900. 1500sf luxury
RIVERSIDE Lg IBR. CH&A,
hardwd floors, clean,
good n'hood, near hosp
all inclusive lbr/lba
MOVE IN SPECIALS
.SAAN .- 1 &2BRSpecallI
*AR"CO CALL 398-9492
SAN MARCO 2/1, Upstrs
Duplex, 1000sf, $750m.
Compass Property Svcs.
SOUTHSIDE 2/2, $1100mo.
next to Town Center
Mall, pool, Jacuzzi.
WESTSIDE Newly reno-
vated 1 & 2 br apts. In
quite residential nbrhd
on Cedar Creek. Call for
New 2/2, 1200sf, gar
gtd, pool all appl+w/d
ARL $1095mo. new lux
condo, all appli incl.
WD, bit in microwave,
Merrill Pines, 220-8867
AVANTI/ KERNAN -nr
UNF, bch, 2/2, $975mo.
3/2, $1175mo, S'side/
reserve, 2/2, $950mo
Gated/ amen 962-2418
LEASE OR PURCHASE
IL Vilaglo brand new 3/2
(2) avail. 4$230K ea.
Call Eddie. 954- 605-2947
O.P. NEW 2/2 1500SF, gar,
WDhkup, club hse, pool,
fitness ctr & more,
OAKLEAF Condo 2/2 New
$950/mo $800 dep Near
pool & amenities. Call
904-214-9415 Iv msg
OAKLEAF PLANTATION Ill
Huge new flat 2/2 + gar
on lake + forest $1350.
Won't last! 291-4290
OP/Flem. Isl/Lake Ridge
VIlla N, Brand new
3/2.5 TH w/gar. on wtr,
Prices call 954-668-5234
Orange Park South
Desirable Location. 2X2 TH
w Garage & Private Back-
yard. Rent $800 Dep $800
ICW Avanti SPECIAL
2/2 1177s.f. w Solarium
Best Rental Deal $975
Jenn Broker 917 859 7859
Ponte Vedra Beach
Summerhouse "SPECIALS" '
1/1 Lg Cottage w PVT
Vaulted CellingFPL $975
3/2Twhse Vaulted Ceiling,
lanai, many extras $1295
Both Beachslde ALA
1/1 Golf side -$750
Jennifer, Broker 917 8597859
PVB/Grnd Cay Villas 1/1
2nd fli, gtd, club hse,
pool, W/d. no pets, AvI
5/1. $875m. 904-273-0160
1st fir on golf crs, mile
to beach, fp, 5 star,
PVB Spacious 2/2, story
crnr unit, fpl, w/d, new
1.240-388.0056 Iv msg
REGENCY & OP 3/2
$12PO & $1400mo.
w/$500 dn month to month
REGENCY -2/2, appl eqp,
Call 220-3917 651-2222
SOUTHSIDE 5811 Atlantic
Blvd. 2/2.5, 2 story,
$950mo. river view,
water access cable,
pool, & clubhouse.
S'SIDE, NEW, 2 Wks FREE
2/2, granite, tile, w/d,
pool, fltness,gtd, 1300sf,
234- 0624.$1050m inci wtr
S'SIDE Brand new 3/2,
all applies, WD, cony loc,
E. ARL- 2/1 priv. lakefrt-
lot, w/d, very clean
$900/mo+ dep., pets
3/2.5, gar., 2 story, pool,
lbr, hrdwd firs, CH&A.
$1200mo + deposit
Ortega 1/1 Cottage
just bring your clothes.
N/S $1150m 759-4850
8792 Timberpoint Dr
3/2/2 1745sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
ARGYLE FOREST 4/3/2
Formal DR, FL rm, frpl,
cathi ceiling, $1550mo.
Pets ok. 850-864-3715
337 Pecan Grove
3/2.5/2 1449sf $1150
$300 off 1st mo. rent
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
810 Crystal Way End Unit
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
Cannons Point Sub
1345 Woodlawn Drive
4/2/2 2110sf $1175
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
ARL/WS3760 Haslett E
3/1, ofc, 1700sf, gar, pool
w/svc $1275. 1/15150
Kingsbury $598 465- 3301
4 ARL-3/2 1640 sf,
fncd yrd, pets
S welcome no pitt
bulls, w/d, h/u,
$1050,904-465- 0970 PCS
4 ARLINGTON 3/2
/ 1640 sqft, fen yd,
I pets become (no
hkup, alarm, $1050
904-465 0970 PCS
4 ARL- Near JU, 3/2,
S1700sf car gar, 5
ti car driveway,
in. ground pool,
Imo dep. + $1050/mo
close proximity to 9A &
shopping areas, please
contact, Robert Meggs,
4 Avondale, 3/1.5, Ig
fncd yd, 1.5 car gar,
7 miles frm base,
AVONDALE 2/1 $725 ch&a
HW Firs, 1 Car Gar, Prch
WD hu 950SF, Fenced Bk
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
BEACHES -2/2, freshly
painted, tlle/cpt, w/d
Incld. $775 mo + dep.
Call 904-343-1782 -
CALLAHAN 2br/3ba, gar,
close to school and
shops, $1100mo, 1st,
last, dep. 352-475-3797
7746 Rushmore Ct.,
kl 3/2/2gar. fenced,
Fernandina, Amelia Isl
Yulee Waterfront rental
Small 1 or 2BR on deep
water, privacy, close to
A1A. Great commute to
Kings Bay or Mayport.
Fleming Isl Beauty 3/2,
End of culdesac, hottub,
Patterson elem, pets ok
FLEM ISL. PLANT. 4/3,
2500sf, open fir plan, all
brk home, 2cgar. gas
fpl, cust. mstr shwr tile,
sprnkir sys, huge covy.
patio, cu desac, backs
to nature preserve.
$1675 mo. 804-201-1119
) FOR RENT- 1970sq,
S4/2, sundeck, fire-
In place, 2 car garage,
$1200 +dep, 904- 751 S011
Silver Creek Sub
1853 Creekview Dr
3/2/2 1820sf $1095
$100 Off 1st (5) mo
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
2cgar, scr patio, Ig fncd
yd, sprnkir sys. GrtSchls
$1300m. 904 620- 8568
ICW 3/2, 2 stry, culde-
sac, 2 car gar, fen'd, sec
sys. Kensington comm
Intracoastal Newer 3/2,
w/ heated pool on lake
close to elem & Mid
schl. $1200mo. 220-0401
JCP/DurvIn Park Dr. 3/2,
fncd, all appl+w/d hu,
grt schools, $1350m. Avi
4)JTB/95, 3/2.5, new
kl upgrades, 2cgar,
scmd patio, pool +
Ironwood, 1700 sf,
$1575, Jamie 864-6699,
Jullngton Crk 3/2.5 TH,
LR, DR, nice Ig eat.-n-.kit,
wtr view, gated, lcgar,
Mend 3/2, 1850sf, fncd
yd, backs to preserve,
newer immac cond, new
appl $1395 904-710-7000
MAND 3/2 Brick, custom
wood Int. scrn prch, sun
deck, grt rm, fncd bkyd,
w/d, fp, ch/a, cul de sac,
$1200+dep No pets.
10973 Pine Acres Rd
3/2/2 1724sf $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
MANDARIN 3/2, $1250m0
3/1 $1150mo Dwasher
wash/dry fncd bck yrd.
4 Mandarin- 3/2,
S1930sf. covered pool
kL1 w/ svc, 10471 Spotted
Fawn Ln, $1425 mo.
Mandarin 3br/2ba ranch
style house new paint
carpet, 2 car gar, nice
$1250mo. 904- 710-6357
4 0n Houses
3836 Hideaway Lane
4/2/2 1828sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
Ridaught Landing Sub
2864 Tuscarora Trail
3/2/2 1412sf $995
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
MURRAY HILL -1303
Hamlliton St. new kit & ba,
CH&A, spacious rooms,
NORTHSIDE 3/2 house
3BR 2BA House For Rent.
Fenced Yard. Pets Welcome.
$775mo. $775 dep. 757- 3466
NORTHSIDE Pecan Park
2/1 Fenced yard. W/D
hookup. $650mo $600
Rolling River Sub
3/2/2 1582sf $1095
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
7117 Water Rose Court
3/2/2 1850sf $1195
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
N'SIDE 2 & 3 bdrm hms
1 bath CH/A, stove, frig,
$600- $700mo. Avail-
able Now. 708-8006
N'SIDE 6967 Lorain
2br/lba, 2 story $575/mo
412 Springfield Ct.
3br/lba, CH/A $775/mo
Both exc cond. 710- 0104
N'slde off LemTurner
9216 4th Ave. 3/2 newly
remod. $850mo. $25
apple. fee. 687-4962
OAKLEAF, Eagle Landing
OPEN SAT &aSUN 1-4pm
4/3 $1995. 952/237-6497
OAKLEAF-new, 3/2, dbi
gar, lake & more. All
amen. Just $1375mo.
Like New lyr old. 4/2
with screened porch
OP/ARGYLE 3/2 1800+sf,
mstr Jacuzzi w/shwr,
great yd w/gazebo
Only $1250m. 262-2034
Exec 4br/2ba In Hamber-
sham Harbour. Water
access. $1295m 514-1038
OP/OAKLEAF PLANT. 4/2,
Fam Din 2cgar 2300sf
Sell $280k Lease $1350m
OP $300 OFF 1st months
Rentl 3/2.5, 2 story-new
twnhm, 2 car garage,
1800sf corner unit, Clay
Co. schools, $1085+dep.
OP- Plainfleld Ave.
S3/1 home, no pets,
S C $8 1 p du s d
904-P r T r24
ORANGE PARK 3/2.5
Townhouse wd, water
incid, on Blanding
Lake Asbury BRAND NEW
4/2/2 1900SF. A+schools
Avail 4/28 $1225. 982-6254
New 1 story twn hme,
3/2,w/Irge grt rm,
eat-In kit. + dn rm, 2 car
gar. & golf cart gar.
$1195/mo. 904 210- 6062
SOUTHSIDE 2 BD, 1 BA,
Must seel $950O/mo,
$950 dep. 219-7076
Southside 4/2, 3/1 Near
beach blvd. new carpet,
-pvt yards. & $1195 +
Springs, 4/2.5, 2 car gar
2 story, $1650mo. Avail
4/15. PH 916-479-3626
SOUTHSIDE Ne, .14 2 5
3100s0 in Waterleai
1a850mc, Call Ye.gan',
Sail Cr,%e Condos
1000 GCate P3ri,-a, -624
2.2 1286s i 1175
FEDERATED MGMT GROUP
SOUTHSIDE with option
to buy. Nee remod 4. 1
o1500STr Lg kit. CH. .
mcd roa. laundry nrm.
quiet n'hood & more.
Pets 'OK $1000m+se.:
uep Mil DC 504 651 3966
4 S'SIDE $1325 mo
4 2. FENCED,
cr 210, LRG YARD.
CALL NOW 904 477 2776.
WONT LAST LONG
Cove off Atlantic.
I IS raln. to Mayport,
4br fp, Lakevlew,
available mid March.
$1475 mo. 410 647 6851,
NO SMOKE, NO PETS
Nee 40r. 2300.t Club
Hse $1400 -16 4793 3626
ST. JOHNS CO. Brand new
3-25 TH-lort & gar.
gated, crnr unit, all apple,
Starke FL Great location.
3/2 1800sf, frpic, Irg
frnt prch, fncd yrd.
ST JOHNS/210 Southlake
3/2 on lake, scnrd prch,
wood firs. $1200mo
living, 3br/2ba, 2 car
gar, hrdwd firs, 1.5 ac,
Westside 2/1 new ch/a
carpet clean 814
Grandville Rd $650m
car gar. patio,
close to NAS Jax,
$750, dep call
6142018 or 71&6-9166
Westside- 2/2 stor-
Sage shed, patio, within
tL minutes of NAS JAX,
$785 plus deposit
with Military clause.
WESTSIDE -3/1, CH&A,
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4) Westslde- 3/1,
fenced yrd, near
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WESTSIDE Marietta 3/2
2200sf, no pets, $975mo
+dep. Call 571-9003
7724 Highchair Lane
3/2/1 1500st $995
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& Associates, Inc
1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
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OP Immediate Occupancy
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Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
515 Retail/Office Space
NC Store +cabin $139,990
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3629sf, Ofc Incl. Beach
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17 400sf, 22 000sf or
30,000sf. Dock & grade.
Easton, Sanderson, &
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515 Office Space
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1-295 & SAN JOSE 1150SF
First month rent free.
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NEW OFFICE CONDO -1140SF,
Argyle Forest Blvd nr Oak-
leaf PI Chimney Lakes Prof
PERIMETER PARK BLVD.
R'SIDE Ig Ofc w/Conf. rm
10min rom downtown.
Incl prkg, util's & janit'l
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
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ing 50 customer
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OM experience in a
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Drive your late model
p/u, van or SUV. F/T
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$500 to $800 per
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next and every week. &
still be home week-
ends. Must have CDL A
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exp. Call Bill 768-4688
$800-1000/wk Co. pro-
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those who Qualify
School Grads. & Exp.
Drivers Welcome. Call
VAN DRIVER- needed.
1/2 driving, 1/2 other
duties. Drug Free EEOC
Prefer clear driving
record. Start $8.50 hr
Apply at 2252 Dennis St
between lam &2pm
ir 710 Industrial/
A/C DUCT CLEANING
Good pay & benefits.
Good Driving record a
must. DFWP, Indoor
Comfort 396& 7771
outside physical work.
DFWP Good salary/
benefits. Call The Lake
Doctors 904-262-5500 or
fax res. 904- 262- 5501
TOP PAY &
SIGN ON BONUS
40 plus hrs/week
Cara 813-2524 DaytIme
Call 509-7515 Daytime
for 3rd shift Mainte-
nance Crew. Must have
5 yrs exp. Pay $16.96
plus .26 shift diff. We
are an EECC/Drug free
Health/ Dental, paid
Apply at Gilman Build-
ing Products, CR 218,
Maxville, FL 289-7261
or fax (904) 289-7736.
Exper'd with Link Belt.
Terex & Llebherr
(hydraulics) & conven-
tional w/3-5yrs exp. Full
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ELECTRICIANS & HELP-
ERS for local and out of
twn comm'l projects.
401K, med Ins, drug test
Electricans & Helpers
Great Working Environment
Above Average Pay Scales
of Florida, Inc.
2759 St. Johns Bluff Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32246
FAX (904) 645-6186
We are an Equal Opportunity
Drug Free Workplace
E UIPMENT OPERATORS,
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
Callaway Contracting '
at 904-751-8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
with construction exp.
Afternoons & evenings,
Mechanical & welding
knowledge helpful. Full
benefits. Apply 11am-2pm.
at Commercial Metals
2038 N Lane Ave.
See J.T.; EOE M/F
Now hiring full time
tions, including forklift
mechanical and line
operators. We offer a
real opportunity with
training, good pay and
benefits,. e are
located West of Jack-
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Sanderson Pipe at
275-2833 and ask for
Comm G.C. JAX Area.
Fax Resume to
for growing General
required. Excellent pay
and benefits. Fax 3
resume and salary
requirements to (904)-i
739-7952 or e-mail_-
W/ BOBCAT EXPERI-
ENCE. $10/HR. 354.1669
Heavy Eqpt Mech's
Small Eng. Mech's -
Full time, own tools
pay & benefits.
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Join the # 1 Real Estate
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Must have current
Social Workers Full Timer
Full Time. 2 years exp.
Therapy AIde Full time &
All employees must be
21 yrs of age with
minimum HS diploma.
Apply in person at:
4550 Ricker Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32210 or
5808 Kinkald Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32244 or
5615 Hodges Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32225.
Or by fax to the Attn. of
the program Manger:
We are currently in
need of an experi-
Assistant that Is
proficient in Vitals,
Injections, EKG's and
Blood Draws. MUST
have at least 2 years
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Now hiring exp'd Interiori Please fax resume
Trim Carpenters. Pdl
Holidays, vacations,1 with salary
Benefits. Must have own requirements to
tools/transp. 284-3753 904.332.7424
Here today. Home tomorrow.
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Full-time, must be at least 21 yrs. old.
Great compensation and benefits.
Please apply in person at
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pets, $775mo ph
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paces to ocean, 2/1,
upper- $950 + util.,
lower 2/1 $800 + util.
each w/laundry facil.
Call Kim 904-556-9589 Tony Cozier
INSIDE 2BR/1BA APT Near "Drive On"
23th & Main. CH/A, W/D
hookup, new paint. $600m 9735 St. Augustine Rd. Suite #11 Jacksonville, FL 32257
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personnel stationed in our communities
donated 650,620 hours of volunteer
service in Northeast Florida and
Southeast Georgia last year. Their time
was given to community organizations,
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Occu -Health. Inc has
for Physical Therapist
Jacksonville and BMC
Mayport. Send resume
current licenses &
fax (89) 873-7982. EOE
PHYSICIANS ASST. OR
for contract on-call
positions at the Jack-
exams for the Armed
Forces. Must hold cur-
medical license For
further info call
904737-5220 x 151
RN Exp'd O.R. Circulator
for Ambulatory Center.
F/T positions, no call,
no nights no week-
ends. Call 386-496-2833
SCRUB TECH Exp'd. for
Ambulatory Center. F/T
or PRN positions, no
call no nights, no
wknds call 386496.2833
DENTAL HYGIENIST PT
for Tues & Wed.
8:30-5P Call Dr. Keith
Software a Must. For
Used Car Dealership.
Full Time. Starting Pay
$12.00 per Hour. 40
Hours Weekly. Fax
Resume to 726638
After Faxing Resume
Phone Brad for Inter-
Will train but MUST be
organized q uics
learner, able to multi-
task effectively In fast
MUST be familiar with
MS Excel & Word. Under.
ground Utility Con-
struction exp a plus.
Fax resume to
904-751-4125; or apply
at 11220 New Berlin Rd.
- Downtown. Phone
work, flexible, PT
AM/PM hrs, Bl-lIngual
Spanish a plus. Fax
resume to Ralph at
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train- AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
DAVE AND BUSTER'S
is now hiring for
Great Benefits: Insur-
ance, 401K, Paid
Vacation, Free Games,
Fun Atmosphere. Now
Salisbury Road Jack-
sonville, ftL. 32256. Call:
INN & SUITES
is now hiring for:
Night Audit & Front Desk
4300 Salisbury Rd. N.
Lunch & dinner hrs. Caffe
Andlamo 500 Sawgrass
Vilage Dr. Ph. 280-2299
FINE JEWELRY SALES
-Earn $25k- up selling
fine jewelry In our
Neptune Beach Store. If
you are dedicated &
willing to learn, this is a
great oppt to pursue a
career In nne jewelry.
Retail exp a must, fine
S jewelry exp pref.
Please apply by fax or
email 247-8003 info
SALES PEOPLE NEEDED
ASAP FOR HOME SALES
CALL JOE 904-225-0222
Computer Exp req'd. 24/7
operations. Pd Trailng.
Fax resume to 777-7183
BIdg 554. NAS Jax. EEO
Jacksonville Zoo &
MIn 7 yrs mgmt exp In
security & safety.
Must be available to
D lic. req'd, to work Sat
& Sun. W'side area
10:30 am -8pm. Start
$9/hr. based on exp.
online from home
ers, *Criminal Justice.
Job Placement. Com-
puter provided. Finan-
cial aid If qualify. (866)
Motivated, hard working
individuals. FT drivers
lic. a MUST Start $10
$12/hr. incl O/T Call
Must have own trans-
portation. Most work in
Clay County. No exp
nec. Call 626- 0588
-PT needed for hous-
Resume to Manager @
SET/STRIKE CREW F/T
for event company.
Dr Lic req'd Class Lic
prefd. Apply in person:
PRI Productions 1819
Kings Ave. 398-8179
For Live Sound Rein-
forcement. FT Apply at
PRI 1819 Kings Ave.
398-8179 or fax resume
398.1569 EOE. DFWP
TOOLROOM PERSON FT
keep Inventory of tools
very light physical work
benefit. Drug free wrkpl
team player. 30hours
Timuquana Animal Hosp.
Care Provider In
.L Arlington Area certl-
ed 6 weeks12 yrs.
Call Aida 90 762-1443
Licensed in Home
Daycare (2) openings
for Infant or
toddler located In
By The Professionals at
First Alliance Home
Painting & Hm Repairs
No Job to small.
. all guaranteed. Free
Estimate. Cell 509-6242
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
22 Collectables and
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
Harmony Homes of North Florida. a Drees
darior set, three
piece cherry, blue
cream flora print
new, $2200, asking,
$1000 obo, 622 8391Ron
used, moving, must
j sell, $85, 6960759
QUEEN BED $200 ea.
Love seat $75, micro-
wave $50. 904- 282- 3402
Dryer / Washer super
capacity, excel cond.
FISH TANK-55' gallon,
cherry wood color
with pump & fish top
Included call 778-246
I| $450. Smooth
top range, $150.
Over range micro, $80.
exc cond, call 771- 208
a GE Side by Side
1 refrigerator, good
I condition, almond,
Scan deliver, $125,
SKENMORE- 4 burner,
gas stove w/ digital
reader 40 gaL, gas
water heater. Both
$200 obo, 912-674-1797
KENMORE. heavy duty
washer and dryer,
S frigidaire heavy duty
dryer, both $135 obo.
912 -674 -1797
Kenmore washer & dryer
like new large capacity
S TD 38" 12.5 hp,
Siding lawn mower
"t bagger runs great,
$600 obo, 912-882-2858
Glass Top range/
| senf cleaning/true
$150, call 904282-8893
SMagic Chef23 cubic
ft, ice maker, self
defrosting, very clean,
works gret, $150 obo,
SRefrigerator Side by
side, 2001 great shape,
SI all new components.
SGE 254 culn, Ice/water
In/door, 912-882 -6444
by side, elect.
vent, hood, Pana-
excel cond, all for
Whirlpool 30" self
i } black/almond,
$225 obo, 292-1476
9 For Sale
BBO stove and
%V "New Braunfels"
good condition list
$275 first $75 241-1398
small desk, hutch
small chest night
stands light wood
and swivel rocker.
, Bike 26", 21 speeds,
means good shape
4 bike, 26" 18 speeds,
Stood shape first.
$3 each call Ray
Sony 27" TV, Brand
encased in oak, $1700
obo, 292-4094, $250 obo
SCadillac Seville 97'
SLS, loader, leather,
f garaged, 92K miles,
must see, $8600 obo,
Mayport area, 445- 8370
SCargo Top Carrier
Sears Sport, 20-SV,
0. Cherry Curio
Call 579 6471 or 757-0487
Deli Pentum III with
41t color printer, $150
576 5207, JIM
a Dresser, blond
color 5 drawers, 36"
mokwide, 55" high.
$75 call 9042646652
Eddie Bauer- travel
/ system stroller w/
i> infant carrier plus 2
vehicle adapter be
excellent condition, $140.
Black & Decker,
0 like new, $40,
ELINA Sewing Machine
S Star Series, $100,
S call 220 -0340
FISH TANK with
stand approx. 40
Ii gallonn. 50, call
904 777 4981
4 FOR SALE MEMORY
I oil drum, Norlco
smoker, bowling ball,
set of golf clubs &
more. Please call
a Gas BBQ Grill. New
Grill, never used,
$75. 904 69S 1919
Girls Bike 24"
4 JET POWER CHAIR
like new tan, $4K
i HOTPOINT upright
freezer. $75, a/c
window unlt, KENMORE
energy efficient, $100,
SMess Dress blue and
white Jackets with
attachments, size 42L
41 Pool Table, 7 ft, leisure
. T bay, great condition,
I leather drop pockets,
many accessories, I'll
disassemble, you move,
Printer. HP3915 desk-
let (new), $40,
v ivsloneer scanner, $20,
Unksys Router, USB
adapter, $15 obo,
Rhonda, 403.4822 evenings
CUSTOM PROTECTION OFFICERS
Former law enforcement, military police, career military,
elite military forces, police academy grads and/or AA in
criminal justice required. Persons with corrections
experience are encouraged to apply.
Must pass a rigid background investigation, drug
screen, physical and psychological exam. High
school diploma or GED required.
THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION
Please contact our Jacksonville office:
3974 Woodcock Dr., Ste 100
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Ph: 1-800-254-4411 Fax: 904-396-6716
ic# AB8700009 EOE
shoes. All sizes.
Pierre Dumas, Wild
Diva, Soda, Glamour,
Edward Paul. Legend
Over 1500 pairs to
choose from. Below
half price. 904-887-6171
SSof loveseat set, day
bed, w/ bundle Dell
\l Computer, small ste-
reo, 13" TV, video
camera, call 904- 4779026
SOFA-1 colonial, $50.
S twin size bdrmw/
headboard, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, call 221.0710
SOFAS-2, blue plaid,
Irge TV, exercise bike,
S ent. center, 2 end
this, twin mattress,
computer desk, 6450630
Ported Fiberglass box for
(4) 12" subs. Will paint
to your choice of color.
Mags$600 obo. 237-8680
30L" x40w"x 18H"
TIRES (2), 19514"
S Ford Rander, $25,
bowl $10 cash or $15
Trash Com p actor,
4 wheels for Toyota
axma" 75ne $1.4674
b Toilet, 1970's
Treapdwered blue toi-
bicyclet, and s5in, full
bowl $10 cash or $15
both. 264 6785
-r r color TV, $25x
Fax machine, 10.
Call 579- 6471 or 757 0487
Treadmller Fits under
S bed, $5, evovac
microwave tor over
bicycle, 605, $50, 384-4296
Ga$ air compressor,
$70, Sumpp new, $60,
Shandf planned $45,
VCR player, $15,
N r MACHINES five
904s- 536 8870e/779- 9601
Only $150 Each! '
Gator office Furniture
(904) 724 -6400
4 & Jewelry
Maple wood custom
Skitchen cabinet doors,
Some draws top-line
French wood doors, 100
S Never worn. He berg
Diamonds, excellent con-
dition asking $2600 obo,
after Sp, 904H277- 3778
S Many retired and
| very cheap.
912-call 73-591 5760
kHP Computer with
4, -mouse, pointer,
S740 and HP Office Jet
S600, both $2.5,612-999
BAND -PASS speaker
box 2JBL Ics, 1000
S 10" 1000 wats, peak,
500 watts rms, punch
0lz, built In x-over
2 channel amp. All In
excellent condition, call
904 -588 -4902, asking 125
HDTV- 60e an.
Phlips, A1600 ,
call 904 591 5760
S u amplifier w/2
Sa kicker competition
in 28e"xl3S" box,
new $750, now $400
A Mercury Digital
Camera- In box, with
5 effective megaplx-
els, o0, 612-999
SPS2 with 3 controllers,
g mult tapwh games,
S and memory card.
Sony 3.2", $100, obo
904 2 3 3444
/ (2) speakers (2)
REEN MTX 34r ,a40 watt
$700 firm, 904-334-4932
945 Garage s
Park Wine Sat Aprl Ist
a'Ilp N & s, or Lone
N ar K7aa r.,jr TuA-':nd
Lakes, 8516 Ban-
Sm dera Circle East.
t Moving Sale Sat-
urday, 7-noon, furni-
ture, household Items,
clothes, toys, etc.
Argyle Huge Multi Fam-
Ily Garage Sale Sweet-
briar on Red Fern Ct.
Sat 7am. Furn, h'hold &
tons of baby Items.
ARL 4271 Heath Rd.
Sat 8 1. computer stuff,
collects, office furn, etc
F. Arl. Large Moving Sale
Frl. & Sat. 8-4; Pictures,
items, tools, electron-
Ics, furn, much more!
11139 Sail Point Ln.
Fruit Cove Sat 4/1. 8-3;
riding mower, whl chr,
hsehold items & more
1240 Lakewood Dr.
a GARAGE SALE
- lawn equlpt, tools,
Si 1 exercise equipt,
Sat. April 1.7 -12,
550 Roberts Rd. Fruit Cove
GREEN COVE Fri, Sat 812
Furn, electronics h'hold
1052 Buccaneer Blvd.
Green Cove off of Hwy
16 by Clay HS 2075 Deel
Rd. Yard Sale Fri & Sat
7-5 Guns, Fishing, appli,
tools, furn 904- 545. 2893
a JAX- Garage sale,
T Mar. 18, f 1la, 2163
J I Fresco Dr. @
thing must go, boys
bike, window a/c unit,
futon bunk etc.
JCP MOVING SALEI
Summer Chase 4/1,
8-2. 716 Tee Time Ln.
Thomasvlle BR set, Ent.
Ctr, oak desk, glass top
kit set & LOTS MORE I
Sat. April 1st, 8-2,2612
Sandy Hollow Dr. off
N'side13326 Moby Dick
Dr. W. Sat. 7-2 M/W/C
Clths, Jewelry, Games,
Furn. Luggage, Hsewrs.
OP- 5+ Garage Sale on
Arbor Cir. Fri -Sat.
3/31-4/1, 8am- until
OP Moving Sale Fri, Sat &
Sun. 8-ti. Piano, couch,
Qn maple br set, refrig,
misc. items. & more!!!
1154 MORGAN CIR. E
PABLO POINT AREA
Off San Pablo rd. N.,
205 Cockatiel Dr.
April 1, Sat. til,
furn. lots of hh Items, &
clothing of various
S'SIDE 2403 Atlantic Blvd
No Early Birds! Easter
items many items,
h'hold & more. E-bay
W'SIDE LRG Comm Salell
in Confederate Cross-
ing sub-div. Sat. 4/1,
9-2. From Chaffee Rd.
turn R onto Grayson St.
follow to the end where
you will enter Confed-
erate Crossing sub-div.
Yard Sale: 1239
Dancy Sat. 3/18,
8.12 only: kids fur-
baby, stuff computer,
house hold Items
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
a MTD 38" 12.5 hp
Siding lawn mower
I with grass bagger.
0 Runs great, $600
PUSH MOWER 20",
call 220 -0340
mower. $65, gas
S propel Si hep
mower, 7, boys 20"
bicycle $10, 781-622
a Snapper Rear
n T engine riding
Shower 28" cut 9ihp
B digg B ..% ger
muDA h NKm
$600 obo, 292-1476
Troy- Bllt Tiller, 6 hr,
S2-spee, with reverse
S rear tires with fur-
$450 obo, call offer
SBDRM SET-qn size,
Ssolid oak, bdnnrm set w/
2I t dressers, mirror, and
nightstand, 1 yr. old,
asking $2k obo, call
4 Bed Child's Oak Twin
Captain bed w/four
tip drawer storage and
Excellent used condition,
BED $100 QUEEN SET
New, in plastic w/warr
Can Deliver. 391-0015
BED $165 Qn Pillow Top
set, New In plastic
BED A Brand Name. Full
set $115. New w/warr..
In plastic. Call 391-0015
BED A Brand Name
$170 King Set
NEW, with warranty
Can deliver. 398-5200
BED Beautiful temp-
pedic mem. foam matt
& box w/warr. New In
plastic. $379. 398-5200
BED Brand Name. Kg PT
mattress $299. New, w/
warr. Can del. 398-5200
Bed, King Size 7pc plwtp/
Bedroom 4Pc Set $298
4 Drawer Chests Frm $68
Sofas & Chair $29i
125" Color TV's From $99
I3 Rml8Pc Condo Pkg 99i
2 Piece Queen Bed $199
4 Bed sheets (twin),
$50, BED Solnightd wood cherr
BED Solid wood cherry
4, Computer desk,
TV 27", $50,
Recovered full seat
cushion, great shape,
can be used as a
S125, upright lam"s,
J,,710 eachCurio,_ s-
,& DESK-rolltop, w/chair,
S$475, patio table, w/4
S chairs $75, Brent-
wood Roker, $125,
32"x8' entry door, 264 6814
4 Desk- youth with hutch
S & chair, $50 uphol-
I stored, swivel rocker,
green pattern $75,
4, Ent. Center-
/ Cherry Wood,
S center lass door,
slid shelves, fits
36" TV paid $1200,
asking $600 obo,
FORMAL DINING ROOM
SET: Tble w/8 chairs &
china cab. Asian-theme
w/dragon details. Solid
rosewood. 8- pi setting:
6 side & 2 arm chrs, 2
removable leaves in tbl.
Pre- cut glass for table
top Included. China cab
has glass drs & shelves
A must see! Can e-mail
pics. $8000. 382.4981
4, LITTLE TYKES
SWAGON w/ door,
d ti$30, Fisher Price
i farm with Animals,
$10, leap frog phonics
desk, $25, call
Oak Dining room table &
6 chairs, with matching
Exc. cond. Call 463-1744
OAK ENT. CENTER -
S b60"ax53" high.,tv
Opening -37" x 28",
oak andglass doors,
$75, 278 -4385
Oriental Couch & 2
Snatching chairs w/
in laid mother of
pearl design cost
$2300, sell $1200,
Pool Table: incis acces-
sories, Piano upright
Yamaha- BIk, furn from
Japan, clothes, Moving
everything must go
Call 304-6232, 221.2321
SQN MATTRESS w/ box
springs by Simmons,
beauty rest. "Monaco"
S firm Excellent con-
dition, very clean, odor
free,$150 9O04725- 0009
a, Queen Mattress and
S box spring ike new,
used, 2 months, paid
$400, asking $300 obo,
call Dave, 588-3022
Recliner, dark blue,
t long, blue/bege
t 3 cushioned,
located Atantic Beach
SSofa bed- queen,
p ersimmon, 1-year
old $675, 904. 215.6835
S SOFA- plaid,
S extra long, excellent
cond., $350. 260- 2086
Holds 600 CD's
or 230 DVD'S,
S or 110 VHS tapes.
woodgrain lockable on
casters, $75. 268.2482
4, Wood Bunk beds,
S drawers, desk,
SI bottom bed on
tresses, bunkie boards,
$400,220- 2910 retail
960 & Tools
6hp, 30 gal, $150, and
VI many tools &
call 912- 882-9388 for
more Info. $450 obo
4. Craftsman 10
v arm saw, model
old, excellent cond,
work top, mobile stand
& and extra, "new"p2art
Included, $350 obo,
960 & Tools
table saw jointer,
planer Dove tall,
maker like new,
call 904- 7774981
E DEALT 18v,
combo pack, cir-
cular saw, Jigsaw,
goose neck, lite,
1/2" drill, gooseneck
Ilte, batteries; charger,
$600 value. $350,
SDewa 1Uv combo
pack, ig-saw, 1/2
drill, crcular saw,
S Reey Saw, Goose- Neck
Lite, batteries cha r, $325
STABLE SAW 10"
14" BAND SAW
WOOD W/BOOKS &
9 WATER heater, new,
30 gallon. $100,
Craftsman drill press,
$150, large two wheel
wheel barrel, 45, 246-4461
LIFT -Bruno, 300 Ib
capacity orig cost
$1500 self $500 obo.
Meritas Gemini Elite
w/charger, orig $6000, sell
for $1500 obo Keystone
weights, $80 call
Bubble 2 Irons,
taylor made 3-pw,
X graphite shaft,
tion, $110, Includes
head covers. Original
grips in excellent
SGolf Bag New name
a Telelphone- AT7T
S cordless, 5.8 GH.
With answering sys-
tem, talking caller I.D.
call waiting & more.
STipperman 9, custom
pantball gun,20 oz.
r co2,2 barrels,2 pods,
hopper mask, all you
need, $200 obo, 564-4258
Black & Decker. Timer,
will bake a9 inch pie,
great condition, $25,
TREK 2000 1000
low mile lots of
WEIGHT BENCH & SET,
Olympic. best offer,
of Orange Park
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Odando R 407-339-3443
TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
283 San Marco, StAug 824-9181
COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
8281 MerllRd. 721-1880
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
1550 Cassat Ave. 387-4041
2330 US1 South 354-4421
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792
1-95 Exit 129, Fem Bch.
2330 US1 South 354-4421
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
nIGNAPI DARa OGnnPc
990 Wanted To
Buy Or Trade
holding oven &
misc 904- 923 9107
WILL BUY YOUR
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies
S 5 gallon tank, cover
w/tight pump, fil-
ter, also water
heater, manual, exc.
BOXER -mini, pup,
Brussels Griffon AKC
must sell due to health
breeding stock, 2/M,
3/F 1F bred due 4/6/06
also AKC puppies 8wks
CAT. Orange, Free
/ to good home, 2yr
x I f old male, all shots,
Cavalier King Charles
Spaniels 3M. 9wks HC.
$1400. 352- 514-9970
Chihuahua CKC M puppy,
9wks, blonde, adultM
puppy blonde $250,
adult fm black tan
Chihuahuaa pupples &
3 males, 3mos old. $350.
cash only 904.7578567
COCKER SPANIEL AKC,
11 wks, shots, rare blue
coat F. $600. 472-4722
Dachshund Mini Pups
Asst. colors $450. $500
Doberman puppies: AKC;
4 M: 3 reds, 1 blk, born
1/22, Sire Intl. champ.
$800 -$1000 321- 636-0764
ENGLISH BULL DOG M
Champ BL. Import. 1 yr
H/C $535 386-326-0311
F Fish Tank- 55 gal-
l Ion, cherry wood
color w/ pump adn
fish top included,
FREE LOVING DOG
to good home,
Golden Retriever Pup-
1010 Pes s &
GREAT DANE PUPS AKC,
S/W. HCAll clrs$600 &
up. POP. 904-826-4457
GUINEA PIGS (2)
with cages fee to
S good home.
Jack Russell Male &
Female. 8wks old $200
each. Call 904-403-5773
JACK RUSSELL Puppies
Re. Male &Fern $175ea
912. 322- 6933/322- 8466
LAB PUPS AKC $350. Yel
Blk, Choc. taking dep
904- 838- 5459, 259-2448
LAB PUPS AKC chocolate
& yellows, $400.
LHASA APSO PUPS-Reg.
HC, blk & choc. party.
Reg. M/$550, F/$60a6
MINI SCHNAUZERS CKC,
docked & shots. Taking
dep. 912-729-4201 Iv msg
PIT BULL/Solid Blue, 1 Ig
Male ADBA, Shortthick
PIT BULL PUPS/ADBA
Blue nose. Seals, buck
skins & fawns. Blue Sire
for stud. 904-635-3319
Pomeranian AKC Female
1 yr. cream & sable, cute
POMS AKC, Champ
bldline avail 3/17 $600
OBO 502-2988; 389-9064
POODLE -pups, back and
white furballs $450
your ilaf ry
S best baergin
For Classified Advertising,
PUPPIES $299 & UP
Close out sale on all
stock. Pet Emporium,
OP Mall. 278-6800
SHELTIE PUPPIES AKC
papers, 1st shots. Born
2/1 after 6pm 472-8428
SHIH-TZU -pups HC,
reg. papers, all shots,
$450. 1M, 1F 553-9254
SIBERIAN HUSKY, ACA
white, papers & shots
$ 500. 9042465809
WEIMARANER PUPS AKC
rare blue color, $400.
YORKIE PUPS 8 wks old
1 M $850 1 F$950. Cute
& playful 904-225-2380
When only the best will
St. Augustine 353-6797
orida's Super Duty Headquarters
1-95 N. Exit 129 (Yulee) 225-3673
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
MIKE SHAD FORD
At The Avenues
10720 Philips Hwy. 904-292-3325
MIKE DAVISON FORD
9650 Atlantic Blvd. 725-3060
MIKE SHAD FORD
OF ORANGE PARK
7700 Blanding Blvd. 777-3673
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
COGGIN GMC TRUCKS
9201 Atantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBR GMC TRUCKS
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
11003 Atlantic Blvd. 565-8800
OF ST. AUGUSTINE
LUCAS HONDA OF JAX
7801 Blanding Blvd. 269-2277
of ORANGE PARK
7600 BndingBlvd. 899-0900
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060
10980 Atlantc Blvd. 642-0200
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 998-7111
11211 AtlanticBlvd. 642-1500
2330 US 1 South 354-4421
1750 Soutside Blvd. 725-7300
Jeep of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
MIKE SHAD CHRYS-JEEP
1736 CassatAve. 389-7792
1-95 Exit 129, Fer Bch.
9401 AtlanticBlvd. 723-3210
RAY CARTER KIA
6373 Blanding Blvd. 771-6078
1215Boat Dockage &
1220 Marine Equipment
1230 RVs and Supplies
1305 Auto Brokers
1310 Auto Parts
1335 $2000 or Less
1350 Misc. Auto
$ CASH PAID $
Boats or Yachts 54 833
**** LET US ****
SELL YOUR BOAT
14' Boston Whaler 01'
1 Dauntless lke new
trailer, live welJHF,
fishfinder, rod hoers,
904 -803 -9843, $12K
Lowe Jon boat,
1985 75 hp,
motor, 1983, SOhp,
1971, $2 obo
16' Skeeter Bass
Yamaha Hummin gbrd
call chris 904625-6257
S17. Hydra Sport c/c
T 9 .1J0 hp,$7500, t/m,
fs batteries, fish inder,
cover,coast guard equpt,
18' 2003 HYDRA SPORT
180cc 115 HP Yamaha,
93 hours on engine.
Bimini top, center
console, depth finder.
Front and rear cooler
seats, 55 gal fuel tank.
32 gallon bait well
fishing tackle and rod
storage. Swim plat-
form, front and rear
Absolute Pristine Con-
dition. Kept in dry in
storage $14,500. Has 2
year warranty. Call
Chris @ 686-042
18FT SEAPRO '02, boat
motor & trlr, 115 mercy
stroke. low hours,
looks new. $18.000 OBO.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000
II itA I = IJIIY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000
LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992
TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlatic Blvd. 724-1080
TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
at thie AVEIES
10857 Philps Hwy. 260-9222
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
Of RAIE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
10859 Philips Hwy 8803000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
2755 U.S. 1 South, St Aug.
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Ed. 269-9400
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
11503 Phillips Hwy. 854-4826
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155
ROLLS ROYCE- OLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orando R 407-339-3443
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904770-77800 w w.nimnichtcom
19' 2002 Trophy CC.
Depthunder, GA ,
Bmini, live well,
22.5 Glasstron G225 99
220hp Volvo eng. VO.
S17 ft Monarch w/
traf or, 115 h, 4 stroke
SBuldIg fonn for S
. foot punt. Hard chine
|plywo d conmnbule
$30 will deliver,
cabin with trailer.
run eat, food
, condition,2 inch Bt
tires, sound bar.
$4k call 757-1473
SJET SKI-Yamaha 92'
wave runr new
9122-882-6444, $1200 frm.
SEE YOU AT THE
THIS WEEKEND @
.7L, /O. 165 hras
full canvas am/ftrcd
$35K obo. 237-5064
oaTriton TR- 1752004
Bass boat, loaded
Boats Motors & Trailers
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440
Fisherman's Marina 0
Trout River. Now renting
wet slips. 30 to 50oft+
Call Charles 904-764-7022
1230 Rv' &
AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
SUBARU OF JAX
10800 AtlanticBlvd. 641-6455
KEN CHANCE SUZU
1285 Cassat Ave. 389-7700
1585 Atlan Blvd. 998-7111
10939 Atlac Blvd. 721-3000
COGGIN TOYOTA -AVENUES
10564 Philips Hwy. 262-0338
KEITH PIERSON TOYOTA
6501 Youngeran Circle. 771-9100
2995 U.S. 1 South St Aug.
800-622-4888 or 904-797-8800
ERNIE PALMER TOYOTA
1310 Cassat Ave. 3894561
ASH TISDEU VW
1481 Wells Road 269-2603
2525 Philips Hwy 3965486
TOM BUSH VW
9850 Atantic Blvd. 7250911
2525 Philips Hwy. 3965486
10231 Aantic Blvd. 722-1694
BEACH BLVD. AUTOMOTIVE
6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511
BRUMOS MOTOR CARS
PRE-OWNED AUTO CENTER
10211 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080
LUCAS AUTO PARK
1577 Wells Road O.P. 269-5002
8908Atantc Blvd. 425-4001
Lexus of Jacksonville
10384 Atlantic lvd. 998-0012
1515 Wels Rd. 269-1033
Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Alantic Blvd. 371-4877
V.I.P. AUTO SALES
5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St 356-8491
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In fil MR uu h SURijN9fH MO VUEO a LL
7233 Blanding Blvd. 7775500 895 N Ronald Reagan Blvd 1 AI Uhlip 6 AVEH UE.
7233 B ng Bd. 777-5500 Longwood/riando F 407 339-3443 10863 Philips He 262-7145
RICK KEFFER SATURN OF ORANGE PARK
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454 J : -': 8105 Blanding kd. 779-0071 WORLD IMPORTS
WESTSIDE DODGE MATHENY LAND ROVER SATURN OF REGENCY wwwwoddimportsusa.com
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561 11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500 8600 Atlantic 8d. 725-8200 11650 BEACH BLVD. 9989992
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RVs's& 1 Autom iAutmo motive $2000 or Less Trucks Trucks 3 Trucks Trucks / 1345 Vans/Buses
s 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1325 Automotive 1335 or ss 1340 Trailers 1340 Trailers 1340 Trailers I 1340 Trailers I 14___
SUV's SUV's SUV's SUV'sF DSTAR-
BUICK CENTURY '98, TOYOTA CAMRY '98 VOLKSWAGEN ChevyG20'89-Conver- FORDWsLUiNDSTAR
FLEETWOOD BIG HORN 6' $3000, 27mpg Call Very low miles. $65 BEETLECONV. '04 ion an Good power- Bronco 197 FORD EXPLORER HONDA CR SE 5 ISSAN 3Z '05 c, n,
,e hn, s850o 287 6116Bor25t. CaFully equipped 386 431-1354 38" Super Swamper's 97',VSlmlted, 96k Leahter, CD sun- CNVSt#4577A$2988 won't
s2le 5. $ 8 Buick CenturyJ new motor, over 8k Im all leather 5 cd ro o$1210 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371487 l-4s7g1,9
ETWOOD GEORGIE 14000 m, 11000, Toota Cary L. '95 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ted, eedome USNVOYOTA NNER/9 4969
BoY 31 1989 Anniv. Edt. 387-3015 sunroof AT AC 998-0012 Chevy Monte Carlo '04 body work, $4000 obo, good con edition, S LEE
Franklin Tr "05 37' miles. $23,995 has 60,000 miles. Fuiiy 1 loaded auto, a/c, $fm.U$0 dow d WC st#0857C $11,988 0 Ford Explorer Sport \f^ Navigation, Fully LEXUS OF JACKSONVILUE <0> 26147mles, $21*00
slides 2AC's,w/dd/w LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE senriced, new timing v sunroof, heated &UE- YF4-SO TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 Track. Gcyl, full Equipped. $45,995 998-0012 obo, 904704.3722
microwave, loaded, belt, good Interior, seats, cd, alloys, Call BBST j< power, moon roof, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$24, bo 512 7911516 998-0012 good exterior. $2750. excellent condition 69k 1-877-438-2777 CHEVROLET TRACKER 03 very sharpTA UNNER
962-2029. Por 292 7247 ml, $10,500 (obo') St#F72 $9,988 Leather, 6 cd, 88 roof 998-0012 AU
TIMBER LODGE 31' '04 / CADILLAC DEVILLE 912-729-3884 TOMBUSH AUTOPIEX 371-4877 rackTonneav cover, OTA 4RUNEER NISAN UST
mint cond, used 4 times. '04. Pearl white/ 'OL LIMITED 3. .l. Dodge Ram 86', new T U T- r o ve$S0 dElGRAND CHEaOKEE '0 LeaTErD 05 6471SS0obosn
Failing health forces sale. tan. beautiful. TOYOTA COROLLA '03 VOLVO0 O trason sp CHEV 50 05 R NCab NI $29 CD.99 S
7 4Silvetrantscurslorn suspen-- CNEVYoobu,$eg Cab 904.946-5230 LAREDO '02. Very ciean, 47043728
piac to, iesllyik St#F757 $12,988 a slon lift, off-rad HoS utstanding0 condC must elo fast $VLLE. 999547
kl LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $239ll C 8o TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 wheels + ires, rebuilt priced for immediate FORD F- -'89 4x4 Call today 7719100 lEXUS NVILE
S5th5whl, sleeps 6, 5-5 998-0012 motorunntdsing t work,3saiEV$1,95.38-700ryck. & 1989 9980-001Van Oldsmobile
kwge9, loaded, 30k, TOYOTA MATRIX XR'05 V2JE'rrA 2003, $2000, Jon 564(42588her, JEEP MBERTY NS
CADILLAC Deville, '00. Very clean. iow miles. /S3 4 door sedan C BLEV43037A0,9
Hal okRVPs ext cond bek thr, must sell fast.298/mo wolfsbu4 Sspd, otdge CHmu slAt $5 4r 5282-3402 TO 4 18 TOYOTA 4RUNNR '02 1r km,
607.4350538 northstar $11K 223 9605 wac.Call today 771-9100 turbo, miles, charger89, Call now 771-9100 MBUSH-UTBHIOEX 371.877 ew tire. leader,
CASH PAID /dCADILLACDEVILLE TOYOTA SOLAR 03 .. do see. 135k miles, CHEVY S10 XCAB 00 rt, looks TOYOTA $8995,904.227886
$ '05H F Fully Very clean, must sell Call 34 5000 strong motor, tow Very clean. $6995 4] great, PIng soon, 400 rnle$ TOYOTA 4_UNNEIRSt5
RV5, MHs, TTs 545-830 equipped. $25,990 fast $288mo wac. package, rust on wheel Call today 771-9100 must sell, $10,200 obo, 4u mles. $20,l90 '02. Low ml, must sell
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Call now 771 9100 VWT U JETTA GLS '01 we4wlCs, $1800 obo, call 904-361-8332 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE fast $15,m988. 771ms 9100s
1300 Motorcycles 998-0012 .. Toyota Solara SLE I sunrf cold air, NI s t CHEVY SILVERADO4X4 I99 1 2 1350 Ato
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radio, $14,900 686-5008 Today! Make Offer.0
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whls. 250 rear tiree-Ford Escort 2000 Sporty D R 1 H b
lots of chrome, x-$19ra99. CHEY COREat. $'7 0
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gear included, p us Very clean, 20" wheels.
bags, ramp straps, call $218/mo. WAC. 771-9100
Ke912vi673 1897/after 5 $24,8904112
912 72C 8904 JIM LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Harley David1000 998-001298' '05 mmac. condition
$asking $6000 9.o0012
CT HAOLEY DAVIDSON wac. Call 771-9100
SKawasaki 2001 7R, bult assic Honda Accord EX,
S 2 show, built for d 2000, V6, leather,
POLARISTRAionLBLAKmiZER tinted windows,
$55200 ne.x 705-643' TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877l
always garaged ser- 83k miles,00 buy and rent homes and who purchase goods and services. Let themak/d
Sportster 2001, $10,980. Callort 2000 Sporty 3
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) the military publications distributed arant the local bases in the area. good gas milage,
elotsofchrome,5 11-tra runs great. $3500
solo seat, sissybar, 9121576- 5025
bra drag pipes, $6000, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371Frstar
DEAN 904 -997-1889 (mini-van. 2004
s HARLEY DAVDSON excellent cond-05
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Road King, exce MB Follent adveon/mrtising ntennce
condition, 4700 miles, original owner below
priced to sell, $13,980. book for quick sale,
days 955-7119 ,2 FORD MUSTANG 73'
rRLEY DAVIDSON 01' TB Convertible- fully
1600CC'02, Sportster, 8915r TOM BUSH AUstOPLEX 3714877 blcsl
stripes, looks & runs many new parts. 03 22K
dY ag0 TOMBbar. H AUT OPLE 3147 Vy mt i Nh
like new. Windshield, H.D. obo, 904 s 65 5es7
rips orsears, excellent MERCURY GR. MARQUISy
rear s, engine guards clean, must sell fast
600 milee needs work T is 0
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ktl0 miles, lothse of coe, Mercedes 260w89Goodr,
and extras, must see! interior, body in good
1310A uton $ art iac s' $3000 obo 443-7116
9 4Caravan. Grey 904-955-9570 ask for Steve
fabric, vinyl NHo
rips tars, excellent MERCURY GR. MARQUIS
cond. $25. 268-2482 '04. Excellent shape,
fullo, loaded, riced to
1eGOODRICH (2)n p s $15,975. 389.7700
25/75RI5 tires for Se
le. Almost new, GBm 1973',
drove approx. M7G12
600 mule, these are needsIwork. GTuis
5,000 miles warranty, parts car both for C
kg0 $35.00 each $10001ctanUMcefn
4287 9277- t7o3hm/8161wk
p tires, 12k $20,880
miles,,fits,53'95,15 in.,LECUS OF JACKSONVILLE.-.
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S F0,4 door zew 8 n LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLEOl
, auto, new.paint,
w interior, 998-0012
500/obo. 635-2318 NISSAN SENrRA '99
SVolkswagon Beetle 69' St BUCI632A 54588 ,W'4., -
replaced engine, TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
built carborator, Vol720 j
complete brake job, SATURN L200 '03.
rebuilt transale, runs Loaded, excellent shape,
great$20004 must see this one, priced
right. $8995. 389. 7700
1325 Automotive SATURN W2 '95
TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877
ACURA TSX '04 SCION XA'5
Leather, CD, sun- SC12 $1'5,48
St#G121 $15,488 F0 %
roof, white $19,980 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-487760
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
998-0012 SCION XB '04
( ) ACURA TSX '04 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877"-.
Leather, sunroof, Subaru Impreza
CD, silver. $21,880 I 1897 AWD, 4 cyl.
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE pstero, a/c, runs
998-0012 great, cash/check
only. Call 904 625 7396.
AUDI TT QUAlTRO $3000 oboA
equipped. $18,880 TOYOTA AVALON XLS '02
equiped $18880 St#G128 $18,988
LEXUS OFIJACKSONVILLE TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877,,(
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TOYOTA CAMRY '03
BMW 318-5-spd, 96k St#3758D $15,988
IL miles, red $11.000 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 THE 1 M AYPODRTN, FLORiDA
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(?'\BMW 3251 '06. Like clean, must sell fast
new, only 3000 $8995. Call now771, 9109
miles. $34,480 TOYOTA CAMRY'94*r Ie rYscoR
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Very clean. $5988 10,K.106.0EBA,. E.R..A
998-0012 Call now 771.91(00
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