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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 2006
A CHINFO AWARD-WINNING NEWSPAPER
By Kaylee LaRocque
he NAS Jax Environmental Department con-
ducted a bi-annual spill drill at the Mulberry
Cove Marina June 14. The purpose of the drill
was to keep spill responders current on training pro-
cedures in case an actual spill occurs at on station or
in the'St. Johns River.
"The drill is required by the Oil Pollution Act of
1990 signed by the president after the Exxon Valdez
oil spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska in 1989,"
said NAS Jax Environmental Department Spill Re-
sponse Program Manager Frank Sigona. "The
Environmental Protection Agency initiated the law
to require all agencies and companies that handle oil
to conduct oil spill drills twice a year to stay current
on guidelines for handling accidents."
"The drill simulated a 500-gallon oil spill in the
river near the marina. The oil came from either an
undetected aircraft or fuel truck leak into the storm
water system and the river the previous night,"
After the initial spill call was made to the fire
department, the spill response team met at the mari-
na to determine how to contain the oil.
"The team used boats from the Operations Depart-
Photos by Kaylee LaRocque
AM1(AW) Octavio Stewart of VP-30's Hazardous
Material Division, gets a helping hand from Chris
Atkinson, a member of the on scene operations team for
IAP Hill, to tie up one of the boats used during the drill.
ment Boathouse, Environmental Department and
IAP Hill, the base operating service contractor, to
transport 1,000 feet of oil containment boom from
station storage lockers to the spill area in order to
stop the oil from moving further into the river,"
Once the booms were secured into place, a high
See DRILL, Page 15
Chris Atkinson, a member of the on scene operations team for IAP Hill,
simulates vacuuming up some oil in the containment area during the oil
Coming in for a landing
Photo by PH2 Milosz Reterski
Sailors direct an SH-60F Seahawk helicopter, assigned to the "Dragonslayers" of HS-11, landing on the flight deck of the
nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) June 7. Enterprise and embarked Carrier Air Wing One
(CVW-1) are currently deployed as part of a routine rotation of U.S. maritime forces in support of global war on terror-
ism, as well as conducting maritime security operations in the region.
See VA, Page 15= C
Navy authorizes tuition
assistance credit hour increase
From the Navy College Office
he authorization to increase tuition assistance from
12 semester hours per fiscal year to 16 semester
hours per fiscal year can be found in NavAdmin
166/06 which states that, "all active-duty Sailors are eligi-
ble for 100 percent of tuition assistance (TA) up to $250
per semester hour (SH) and up to 16 SH per fiscal year."
While the TA increase to 16 SH has been authorized
throughout fiscal year 2007, usage will be monitored to
ensure funds are not depleted prior to the end of fiscal
Sailors desiring to take more than 16 SH per FY are
encouraged to submit a waiver request. Waivers will be
reviewed and approved on a case-by-case basis, but
approvals cannot exceed limits set by the Office of the
Secretary of Defense which is $4,500 per fiscal year at
$250 per SH.
See COLLEGE, Page 15
TOUCHING Volunteers needed at NMCRS training class to learn about the society, policies, budget-
ing, etc. Caseworkers will then train under the guidance of
B A S E The NAS Jax Navy- Marine Corps Relief Society another trained caseworker until they learn the job. No
(NMCRS) is looking for volunteers to work as receptionists experience is required to volunteer. For more information,
and caseworkers. Volunteers must complete a two-day call 542-3515.
2 JaxAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
Looking back in time...
I recently got something
in the mail about student
loan consolidation. Are they
just trying to get the inter-
est from my loan or is this
an alternative that I should
look at more closely? I am
really lost when it comes to
all this interest rate stuff.
Can you help?
Consolidation is great
when interest rates are
going up, which unfortu-
nately has been the case
since 2005. Consolidation
tallies the average multiple
loans of variable interest
rates and rounds up to the
nearest one-eighth percent.
On July 1, the variable
loans will be adjusted to
the 91-day Treasury Bill.
These rates continually will
be adjusted every July 1
until the cap is reached for
the Stafford Loans and
PLUS loans at 8.25 percent
and 9 percent respectfully.
Since rates have been
going up, the increase that
will take place next month
will be almost two percent-
age points. This increase
will affect your monthly
payment as well as the
total amount that you have
to pay back.
Consolidation can reduce
your monthly payments by'
as much as 66 percent. The
bottom line is that consolit-
dation is a must and it i$;
probably easier than you
think because lenders ar-
competing for your loan.
You may either contact
your financial aid office for,
recommendations, or sim-
ply use your current pri-
vate lender. If you have
loans from multiple lend-
ers, you can choose one an'd'
consolidate with them.
The easiest way to start
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required documents ana"
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them. As long as your
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coming in July
R registration for Vacation Bible School (VBS) at the
NAS Jax Chapel is currently underway for all chil'-'
dren ages 5-12. VBS runs July 17-21 from 9 a.m. i '
1 p.m. in the Religious Education Building 749. This year's
theme is "All Aboard for the Gospel Express." Participants'
will spend their time doing arts and crafts, playing gameg,
learning songs and having classroom instruction. Lunch'
will be provided each day.
There are 100 seats available for the weeklong class.
For more information on sign-ups or to volunteer, call'
542-3051. The deadline to sign up is July 10.
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Worship Services this Saturday and Sunday:
Saturday 5 p.m. Catholic Mass
Sunday 8:15 a.m. Holy
9:30 a.m. Catholic Mass
11 a.m. Protestant
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Family Life: Single with a 3-year-i
Past Duty Stations: USS Wasp
Career Plans: Taking it one enlist
Most Interesting Experience:
* a new duty station.
Words of Wisdom: Live life!
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NAS Jax MWR Business
Family Life: Married with four children.
Past Duty Stations: NS Roosevelt Roads,
Career Plans: To continue working for
Most Interesting Experience: Being a
basketball coach for a team of 5-year-old kids
and watching their skills develop.
Words of Wisdom: Always give 100 per-
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Moore takes command of 'Trideni
mdr. Michael Moore will
relieve HS-3 "Tridents"
Commanding Officer Cmdr.
Thomas Fitzgerald during a
change of command ceremony
Moore, a native of Alexandria,
Va., graduated from the US Naval
Academy in May 1990 and was
commissioned an ensign. He re-
ported for flight training in July
1990 and was designated a naval
aviator in March 1992.
Following fleet replacement
squadron training in the SH-3H
af' HS-1, Moore reported to HS-5
in November 1992. While serving
with the "Nightdippers," he com-
pleted two deployments to the
Mediterra-nean Sea and Arabian
Gulf em-barked on board USS
George Washington (CVN 73) and
transitioned with the squadron to
-In March 1996, Moore was
Cmdr. Michael Moore
selected for the U.S. Naval Test
Pilot School and reported to the
Naval Air Warfare Center, Patux-
ent River, Md. After graduation,
he served as the HH-60H armed
helicopter project officer, H-60F/H
platform coordinator, and H-3 and
Cmdr. Thomas Fitzgerald
H-60 project test pilot in the sea
control branch of Rotary ,Wing
Aircraft Test Squadron. He also
earned a Master of Science de-
gree in aviation systems from the
University of Tennessee Space
Moore served as the ASW/
CSAR operations officer in Car-
rier Air Wing Seven from May
1999 to April 2001. He flew the H-
60F/H and embarked on board
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN
69) for a deployment to the Med-
iterranean Sea/Arabian Gulf. He
completed the requirements for
JPME Phase I through correspon-
dence at the Air Command and
In May 2001, Moore again
reported to HS-5 where he served
as the safety officer and opera-
tions officer. During his tour with
the Nightdippers, he embarked
on board USS John F. Kennedy
(CV 67), deploying to the Mediter-
ranean Sea, Arabian Gulf, and
North Arabian Sea to participate
in Operations Noble Eagle and
In March 2003, Moore reported
to Commander, Naval Air Force
U.S. Atlantic Fleet (COM-
NAVAIRLANT), where he served
as the HS/HSL requirements offi-
cer and as flag aide to COM-
In July 2004, he completed his
joint education by attending Joint
Professional Military Education,
Phase II at the Joint Forces Staff
College in Norfolk, Va.
Moore has accumulated more
than 3,656 flight hours.
Fitzgerald stands relieved after
an extremely successful tour of
fostering a command environ-
ment dedicated to meeting the
'Tridents' war-fighting mission.
Fitzgerald expertly trained and
led 25 aircrew and 226 enlisted
personnel, which maintained
seven H-60F/H aircraft. The
squad-ron flew more than 4147.2
mishap free flight hours, had a
99.8 percent sortie completion
rate and logged more than 188
Blue Stark sorties during their
2005 Persian Gulf deployment.
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Former POW honors 'Pelican'
By Lt. j.g. Toby Hall
Lt. j.g. Cale Johnson of
VP-45 was presented
the Rear Adm. Thurs-
ton H. James Award by
Retired Navy Capt. Greg
Streeter, commander of the
First Coast Commandery, a
local chapter of the Naval
Order of the United States
and Retired Navy Capt.
Dick Stratton, a former
prisoner of war (POW), dur-
ing their recent visit to the
The order presents this
award each year to the
Chief of Naval Education
and Training student who
is recognized for his or her
as a naval flight officer.
The award was estab-
lished in 1965 by the
General Commandery of
the Naval Order and the
Chief of Naval Air Training
in memory of James who
was designated a naval avi-
ator in 1928 and following
his retirement, served as
Commander General of the
Stratton, a member of the
First Coast Commandery, is
a retired naval aviator who
spent more than five years
as a POW in North
Vietnam, mostly at the
He is known for his
forced "confession" and
bowing to the Vietnamese
in March 1967, where he
undermined the Vietnam-
ese by pretending to be
delirious and confused. It
was a perfect example of
resistance and defiance
against his captors.
holds change of command
After the award ceremo-
ny, Stratton took time to
share his experiences as a
POW with the members of
VP-45. Stratton's POW
experiences left the "Peli-
can" Sailors amazed by the
"honor, courage and com-
mitment" that the POW's
demonstrated during their
time of captivity.
Streeter talked briefly
about the history and mis-
sipn of the Naval Order and
its importance to our
nation's history. "Its main
purpose is to promote and
celebrate the history and
heritage of our sea servic-
es," Streeter said.
"The Naval Order is cur-
rently involved in a
fundraising campaign for a
monument in Normandy,
Photo courtesy of VP-45
Lt. j.g. Cale' Johnson of VP-45 (center), happily accepts the
Rear Adm. Thurston H. James Award from retired Navy Capt.
Dick Stratton (right) and retired Navy Capt. Greg Streeter of
the First Coast Commandery, a local chapter of the Naval
Order of the United States.
France to commemorate Armed Forces that does not
the Navy's critical role in have a monument located
the invasion of Europe. in Normandy."
The U.S. Navy is: currently For more information, go
the only branch of the to: www. navalorder.org.
mdr. Don Draper relieved Lt. Cmdr.
George Werenskjold as commanding
officer of Transient Personnel Unit,
Jacksonville during a change of command
ceremony Friday at Building 4. NAS Jax
Commanding Officer Capt. Chip Dobson
was the guest speaker.
Draper grew up in Martinsville, Va.,
graduating from Laurel Park High School
prior, to enlisting in the Navy in June 1975.
His 14-year enlisted career includes two
overseas assignments, recruiting duty in
Michigan as an enlisted classifier, a sea
tour on board USS Kittiwake (ASR-13) in
Norfolk, Va., and a shore tour split
between Personnel Support Activity
Detachments (PSDs) serving NAS Cecil
Field and Naval Hospital Jacksonville.
Selected as USS Kittiwake Sailor of the
Year in 1984, he was promoted to chief per-
sonnelmen in 1985.
Draper was commissioned as a limited
duty officer in May 1990 serving as educa-
tion service officer and ship's secretary on
board USS Lexington (AVT-16) and USS
Forrestal (CV-59). During his tour on both
aircraft carriers, he was part of the decom-
missioning crew. He then reported to PSD
Key West as officer in charge and was an
honor graduate of the Navy's Legal Officer
Lt. Cmdr. Cmdr.
George Werenskjold Don Draper
course. In the fall 1996, Draper reported to
Trident Refit Facility, NSB Kings Bay, Ga.,
as legal officer.
In April 1999, Draper reported on board
USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20) in Norfolk,
Va., as administrative officer, completing a
six-month Mediterranean deployment. He
next served as administrative officer at
NAS Jacksonville and returned to sea in
2003 as executive department head on
board USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), forward-
deployed in Yokosuka, Japan. Draper com-
manded Transient Personnel Unit (TPU),
Great Lakes, Ill., from December 2004 to
May 2006 prior to reporting to TPU
Jacksonville in June 2006.
Werenskjold will report to Washington
D.C. for his next tour of duty.
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- Operation Summer Force Preservation
Ion R. Thompson
few weeks ago we
entered what we like to
call the Critical Days of
Summer. From Memorial Day
to Labor Day, the Navy incurs
more off-duty mishaps and taf-
fic deaths than it does the
entire rest of the year. The sta-
tistics are always disturbing,
especially since most of the
deaths were preventable.
I always try to illustrate my
points with current events.
Most of you know what hap-
'pened to Pittsburgh Steelers
Quarterback Ben Roethlisber-
ger. 'Big Ben' was involved in a
"motorcycle accident and,
because he wasn't wearing a
helmet, suffered serious dam-
age to his face, jaw and teeth. I
-don't think it takes a rocket sci-
entist to figure out if he was
wearing a full-face helmet he
would have walked away from
that accident with only minor
Face it, the decisions you
make affect your life and those
around you. A poor choice can
cost you a lot physically,
financially and emotionally.
What's more, I truly believe the
law of averages work against us
and when any of us tempt fate
we are headed for a collision
course with something bad.
My challenge to you this sum-
mer is to be there for each other
FROM THE FLEET
everyone to be
and able to
manage risk all
day, every day.
It seems to me
the Navy's on- .
record is su-
ment all the
time. We are
soon as some of FLTCM Jonal
you take off
your uniforms, I think you also
drop your guard and forget to
factor in risk and safety.'The
results often hurt the Navy's
Now, if you're reading this
thinking you're safe and you
won't get hurt, consider the fol-
220 Sailors and Marines
died in PMV and off-road duty
recreational mishaps from sum-
mer 2002 to summer 2005.
73 percent were between 18
and 26 years old.
45. percent were drivers or
passengers in cars or light
than R. Thompson
of the total
died in shore/
it's obvious the
are the more
at risk you are.
rank of those
who have died
in the past four years is E3 and
the average age is 22. The
majority of the mishaps took
place between midnight and 3
a.m. Sunday. We in the com-
mand master chief world often
say, 'nothing good happens
between midnight and 2 a.m.'
Each year many of you prove
that statement true.
The summer is so dangerous
because it's the period where
many of you go on family vaca-
tions and often travel longer
periods than you should with-
out a rest or break. It's when
the weather is ideal for outdoor
and water activities. And it's
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also a time for cookouts and
picnics, which often include
Now before you think I'm a
prude and think no one should
ever drink alcohol, let me
address alcohol consumption.
First and foremost, no one in
the Navy under 21 years of age
can consume alcohol because
it's the law...period. For those
of you over 21, all any leader
can ask is for you to drink
responsibly. Drinking responsi-
bly means never driving after
drinking. It means naming a
designated driver. It also means
preventing your shipmates
from drinking and driving.
While alcohol does play a fac-
tor in.many mishaps, it's not
the only factor you need to con-
sider. Some of the less-publi-
cized things you need to do to
be safe are:
Always wear a seatbelt and
ensure everyone else in your
vehicle wears theirs as well.
Drive the speed limit.
Get plenty of rest before a
trip and don't try to drive too
far in a single day.
S* Do not drive and use. your
cell phone or do other distract-
Maintain your vehicle.
Respect road conditions.
In addition to driving safety,
off-duty recreation mishaps are
also high in the summer
months. Here are a few tips to
help keep you, your friends and
your family safe:
Learn water survival skills.
Don't leave camp fires unat-
Make sure your grills are in
proper working order and never
put your face over the grill.
Hydrate and don't over-
exert yourself in the heat.
Stay out of storms, especial-
ly when lightening strikes are
Stretch before you exercise
and don't overdo it.
Although most of what I have
mentioned may seem like com-
mon sense, I know better. Each
year the statistics prove com-
mon sense is often discarded.
Why Sailors put themselves in
risk is always a mystery. My
hope is that each of you realizes
life is short, accidents happen,
and that our bodies are fragile.
In an instant our lives can be
shattered when we make a bad
decision or discard safety.
Shipmates, have a great sum-
mer. Have fun with your friends
and family. Go on vacation and
have a good time but above
all, be safe. Think before you
drink, plan before you drive,
stretch before you work out,
and try to keep in mind your
limits. Your Navy needs each
and every one of you . .
healthy, strong and full of spir-
it! Good luck.
6 JxXAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
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Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment Jacksonville Sailors happily display their
frocking letters after being promoted to the next paygrade.
AIMD Sailors prove hard
By SKCS Kathryn Ric
ville Sailors who part
ed in the March Nav
proven that hard
intensive study habit
sistence does pay
AIMD had 385 Sailors
ble for the exam, of
96 advanced to the
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exam to March 2006
the overall advance
success for AIMD S
increased from 25 pi
to 46 percent, above
Navy average of 21 pe
seen the junior ranks
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was 27 percent.
"Today's Sailors are
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upon to sortie to both
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type wings at home,
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Howard of VR-58
answered the call. Howard,
a selected reservist at-
tached to VR-58, recently
returned from volunteer
duty as the fleet logistic
support wing liaison officer
When she first arrived in
Bahrain in October 2005,
Howard had hoped, for the
opportunity to ease into her
an earthquake in Pakistan
made sure that didn't hap-
Howard's primary re-
sponsibilities were to assist
the C-130 squadron de-
ployed to Bahrain as well
as coordinate all transient
aircraft from the wing,
which is comprised of 15
squadrons including C-130,
C-20, C-9 and C-40 aircraft.
She also coordinated reg-
ular aircraft washes and
maintenance in Bahrain for
P-3 squadrons located re-
motely in theater. Howard
met each flight when they
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tial in-chop security brief,
coordinated lodging, trans-
portation, supply manage-
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Photo courtesy of VR-58
Commander, Logistics Forces U.S. Naval Forces Center
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Howard with the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation
aided crews in acquiring
diplomatic clearances in
theater. Finally, she was
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the entire military ramp at
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ended in May, Howard's cell
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in and responsible for the
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of continuous C-130 and C-
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Howard worked hard to
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and computer access for the
VR maintenance detach-
ment, coordinated with
Bahrain to reduce turn-
around time on prop, tire
overhauls and established a
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"of C-130 parts to assist in
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Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medal for
her efforts and is now
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Little house on the rock
By Chaplain (Lt.) Joe Molina
NAS Jax Chapel
P rime time television programs that
feature the family have been very
popular over the years. Family
themes have consistently ranked among
the top 20 in TV programming. It demon-
strates that for millions of Americans the
topic of "family" is a prime
time priority. Some soci-
ologists have gone as far I
as theorizing that these
programs are some of the
prime time shapers of
family values in America.
A few years ago there
was a program on televi-
sion (prime time) that fea- Chaplain (Lt.)
tured Michael Landon (of Jose Molina
Bonanza fame). It continues to be one of the
all-time favorites in recent TV history. It was
called Little House on the Prairie. What
made it so popular were the timeless values
that the Ingalls family modeled for its audi-
ence. They portrayed values that we all seek
to possess and practice in our own families.
Love, support, consideration, patience, for-
Sgiveness, restoration and hope were among
some of the many topics exemplified.
Like any family, the Ingalls had their
,,problems but they managed to work things
out. Each episode always moved toward a
goal. Each story line went somewhere and
its underlying emphasis was always the
"importance of the family. The Ingalls were
always in the process of "building" their
-family. Their house on the prairie seemed
-to be built upon a solid foundation of rock.
It was a foundation consisting of good
,morals, concern, love and mutual support.
The program had a special way of calling
"us to mirror these values:
Today the call to action for the family is
no less compelling. The 21st century family
is challenged to make the choice to build or
'not to build a house on a foundation of solid
rock. You see, anyone can build a house but
'will it be built on the proper foundation? If
'you build the structure on a foundation of'
'sand it will not stand. The sand foundation
refers to a wishy-washy, loose commitment
to firm convictions in the family.
Please remember that every family
Are you saving er
"By Lt. Cmdr. Scott Olivolo
One of the most gratifying parts of
my job is advising young Sailors on
money management issues. The
real thrill for me comes when some of them
actually take my advice, and start talking
to their colleagues and friends about per-
sonal finance. Ah ... my heart goes a flut-
ter when the talk of saving mo-moolah is
being bantered about the water cooler.
Recently, while getting my diet cola fix at
the old geedunk, a recurring question was
asked of me by one of my shipmates and is
worthy of sharing. ;The question is: I've
really taken great efforts to start saving
money by increasing my contributions in
the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and opening
a ROTH Individual Retirement Account
(ROTH IRA). Do you have any good tips
on how I can save even more money to
First, TSP (also known as a 401K) and a
ROTH IRA are great retirement savings
tools in which most all of us should be con-
tributing significantly to both to maximize
* investment returns over the long haul. In
terms of saving extra cash every month,
have you ever looked through your bills
and counted how many, of them are ongo-
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builds on a foundation. Every family, and I
mean every, will experience storms.
Survival in the storms of life will depend
on choosing the right foundation. So, in
practical terms, how do we build such a
house? Well, for starters we build it from
reality not fantasy. We must know our
strengths and weaknesses as a family. As
a fellow builder, let me make some practi-
cal suggestions on pouring the foundation.
1. Don't deify dad: Don't make a god out
of dad. Respect dad but don't worship dad.
Worship and reverence is reserved for God
alone. The father who puts himself in the
position of God in the home is building his
family on a foundation of sand. A man
building on solid rock foundation brings
home a healthy attitude. Family time is to
be respected, protected and used wisely. A
solid foundation seeks to edify, compliment
and build-up family members. Discipline
for the children is used with wisdom, bal-
ance and good timing. The goal of disci-
pline is to build up and not tear down.
2. Don't modify mom: Don't try to change
mom to fit your agenda and expectations.
Mom is an original. The Almighty created
her and threw away the mold. She has
gifts and abilities peculiar to her personali-
ty and role in life. Mom can use those spe-
Scial abilities to nurture and show compas-
sion and by doing so model some godly
' traits that all of us need to experience.
3. Don't codify the kids: Let's not try to
"clone" our children into something that
they are not. Let's celebrate the unique-
ness of our children and instead encourage
our kids to be the very best they can be
with the abilities that they have.
When the family is built on the founda-
tion of solid rock, it becomes a true treas-
ure in our lives. When built on solid foun-
dation, the word "family" becomes a holy
word. It becomes a sacred reality. Our
family is a sacred trust very carefully
placed in our hands by God.
ing monthly pay- -
.According to the Chicago
Tribune, companies are big
on getting people into
.monthly cycles because
we're not likely to change them or cancel
once we've set it up. But these little
"monthlies" such as DVD subscription fees,
magazine subscriptions and satellite radio
services add up and can take a bite out of
your finances. In Asia, people are even
paying a subscription for their meals.
People pay a monthly fee and once a month
they can go eat at a choice of restaurants.
Can you imagine a subscription to dine
at McDonalds or Subway? It's very prof-
itable for the restaurants because people
forget to go or decide to dine elsewhere.
Examine what monthlies you're paying
and see if you can cut back. For your
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features or perhaps you do not need a LAN
line at all? Do you really need all of those
channels on your cable or satellite service?
The money adds up fast!
Olivolo is the command financial special-
ist at the Navy Medicine Support
Command, NAS Jacksonville. He can be
reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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8 JaxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
A beautiful sunset over the St. Johns River.
(Inset left) The Navy Jax Sailing Club headquarters as it looked in 1956. (Inset right) The Navy Jax Yacht Club as it looks today.
N "' "A
By Kaylee LaRocque
The Navy Jax Yacht Club
turned 50 years old June 14
and will host an anniver-
sary celebration Saturday for all
members, past and present, and
potential members. The event will
kick off at noon with a pass and
review, followed by a dedication of
boats and a plaque ceremony. At 5
p.m., the club will feature a 1950s
"This is going to be a huge cele-
bration and we'd like to invite
everyone to come out and cele-
brate with us," said Navy Jax
Yacht Club Vice Commodore
Jeannie Bailey, who has been a
member for five years.
"We've really grown over the
years and have almost 40 active
members and always welcome
new people. Anyone can become a
member and you don't have to
own a boat. In fact, probably 80
percent of our members don't own
their own boats," Bailey added.
The Navy Jax Sailing Club was
founded by a group of NAS Jax
Sailors June 14, 1956. Back then,
the club was primarily utilized
for sailing instruction and recre-
ation, as well as local and inter-
club races on the St. Johns River.
When the club was first found-
ed, it was based out of a Quonset
hut near the site where the club
now stands. In 1973, the Navy
Jax Sailing Club merged with the
Navy Jax Power Boat Club as the
Navy Jax Yacht Club and the club
moved into a trailer as a perma-
Their new facility, in which the
Crystal Mark (right) receives a cash prize for winning the Navy Jax Yacht Club first Poker Run from members of
the club: (from left) Bud Lucas, Vice Commodore Jeannie Bailey, David Bailey, Betsy Shoults and Commodore
Steve Spickelmier in September 2005.
club now resides, was built in the
early 1990s. "Over the years, club
members made numerous im-
provements to our facility. We've
really come a long way since the
club was founded in 1956," Bailey
As the club has grown, so have
many of its activities. Today, club
members participate in numerous
regattas, provide instructors for
sailing and power boat classes
offered through the Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Depart-
(From left) Mike Carter, Bruce Bradford and David Bailey enjoy the Navy
Jax Yacht Club Luau Night in October 2005.
The first commodore of the Navy Jax Sailing Club Robert Woodside and current commodore of the Navy jax
Yacht Club Steve Spicklemier at a recent social event sponsored by the club.
7 t 7
ment Mulberry Cove Marina and
host numerous social get-togeth-
The Armed Forces Day Regatta
in May and the Navy Day Regatta
in October are the two major races
sponsored by the Yacht Club. They
are open to all boats on the river.
Additionally, a One Design
Series, comprised of four separate
regattas, is held annually and is
open to all one-design classes on
the river. A one-design class boat
is a boat built to conform to a spe-
cific set of hull plans and rigged to
conform to some agreed upon con-
The yacht club also supplies
race management for the Active-
Duty Sailing Intramural Program
and participates in the Read Cup
competition. The Read Cup compe-
tition is team racing between the
British Royal Navy and the U.S.
Navy for the British-American
Naval Trophy, which is awarded
annually to the winning navy
based on points accumulated
For those who have never sailed
before, the club provides U.S. sail-
ing certified instructors for basic
sailing instruction to qualify mili-
tary and eligible civilian personnel
as Navy Skipper B and Navy
Skipper B+ (basic cruising) sailors.
Powerboat instruction is also
available, as are Cardio
Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
and First Aid courses.
Club membership is open to
anyone with the credentials to get
on base. Potential members must
be 18 years old or older to join,
and pay a $30 yearly membership
fee. Entire families can join for
$50 per year.
For more information, call 778-
0805 or visit www.njyc.org..
Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
Navy Jax Yacht Club members join in on a raft-up in Silver Glen Springs, Fla., Memorial weekend 2006.
AWC Mike Tucker of Commander, Patrol Wing Eleven and a
member of the Navy Jax Yacht Club, walks the plank at his
going away Pirate Party in May 2006. Tucker is currently on
deployment in Iraq.
Photos courtesy of Navy
Jax Yacht Club
The Armed Forces Day Regatta is held each
year in May.
John Lovely (red hat)
skippers his boat
with a group of friends
during a raft-up
to a local restaurant.
Members of the Navy Jax Yacht Club partici-
pate in the Armed Forces Day Regatta.
10 lax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
By Carole Honsinger
NH Jacksonville Family
Naval Hospital Jack-
sonville will hold a
ny June 30 for 20 Navy
physicians who have suc-
cessfully completed resi-
dency training in the spe-
cialty of family medicine.
The graduation ceremony
will be held at the NAS
Jacksonville All Saint's
Chapel at 10 a.m. Retired
Navy Cmdr. Terrence Soldo
will be the guest speaker.
Eight physicians will
receive residency certifi-
cates from the American
Academy of Family Physi-
cians and the Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery for
completing the 36-month
Twelve physicians will
receive certificates of
internship in family medi-
cine from the Bureau of
Medicine and Surgery for
completing their first year
of the program. These
Medical Corps Navy offi-
cers will be providing oare
to active duty personnel
and their family members
in military treatment facili-
ties throughout the Navy
health care system.
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville has a long tradition in
the training of primary care
physicians. In 1963, the
hospital was one of the first
in the country to offer a
General Practice Residency
The hospital offered a
unique blend of individual
teaching and direct patient
care for those residents in
general practice. In 1969,
with the emergence of the
family medicine movement,
the General Practice
Program was completely
reorganized in philosophy
Out of this reorganization
came a Family Medicine
Residency Program which
was one of the first
approved in the country.
During that time, this pro-
gram had 24 family medi-
cine residents and has
since grown to 39 resident
The three-year accredited
program is the only resi-
dency at Naval Hospital
experience includes rota-
tions in internal medicine,
emergency medicine, pedi-
gy, surgery, orthopedics,
dermatology, urology, family
ear, nose and throat, geri-
atrics, cardiology, medical
intensive care, neonatal
intensive care, psychiatry,
neurology, community med-
icine, radiology and a vari-
ety of sub-specialty elec-
Successful completion of
the residency is required
for a physician to sit for
American Board of Family
First year residents may
be selected to continue
straight through with resi-
dency or may receive orders
to the fleet as general med-
ical officers. Some choose a
course of instruction lead-
ing to flight surgeon or
undersea medicine designa-
assignments of two or more
years, many return to resi-
dency to complete the sec-
ond and third years of the
The physicians expand
their knowledge base and
learn to care for more com-
plicated medical conditions
as they progress through
training. Family medicine
is capable of managing the
majority of most patients'
medical problems from
infancy through adulthood.
Completing the three-
year Family Medicine
Training Program is a sig-
nificant professional mile--
stone for these physicians,
but the real winners are
the Navy and Marine Corps
families who will receive
their health care from a
Navy family physician.
Graduating residents and
Lt. Cmdr. Rodney Hagerman -
USS Frank Cable
Lt. Noa Hammer Naval
Hospital, Okinawa, Japan
Lt. Elizabeth Leonard Naval
Hospital, Okinawa, Japan
Lt. Sean Leonard Naval
Hospital, Okinawa, Japan
Lt. Cmdr. Christopher Lucas -
USS John F. Kennedy
Lt. Cmdr. Sean McGrath -
Naval Branch Health Clinic,
Kings Bay, Ga.
Lt. Amy Balka Naval Branch
Health Clinic, Pearl Harbor,
Lt. Angela Stallworth Naval
Branch Health Clinic, Kingsville,
Graduating interns and duty
Lt. Jane Benson Naval
Aerospace Med Inst, Pensacola,
Lt. David Black 2nd Marine
Air Wing, Cherry Point, N.C.
Lt. Mark Bomia USS Frank
Lt. Faye Bradfish Family
Medicine Residency, NH
Lt. Francesca Cimino Family
Medicine Residency,, NH
Capt. Jonathan Day Yokota
Air Force Base, Tokyo, Japan
Lt. Michael Ellis Family
Medicine Residency, NH
Lt. Jacqueline Lamme Naval
Aerospace Med Inst, Pensacola,
Lt. Katherine Milroy Naval
Aerospace Med Inst, Pensacola,
Lt. Rowena Papson Family
Medicine Residency, NH
Lt. Elliot Ross Naval
Undersea Medical Inst, Groton,
Lt. Robert Staten Naval
Aerospace Med Inst, Pensacola,
Photo by PH2(AW) Denise Ordone,.
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June 14 for a foreign object debris (FOD) walkdown. FOD walkdowns are performed to .
clear runways of any loose debris that could get caught in aircraft engines. "We conduct_
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12 laxAir NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
By Lt. Trevor Prouty
he area surrounding
NAS Fallon, Nev.,
may not seem to have
a plethora of available
activities for the Sailor of
HS-5, but the commander
of Carrier Air Wing Seven,
Capt. Bud Bishop, has come
up with a remedy for that.
The recently instituted
CAG Cup has keep the
"Nightdippers" busy, build-
ing camaraderie within the
squadron as well as keep-
ing the Sailors in shape and
Each of the seven
squadrons from the air
wing participates in the
competition, vying against
each other for the number
The CAG Cup consists of
more than 20 different ath-
letic activities, ranging
from the expected competi-
tive sports, such as basket-
ball, to a few unusual pur-
suits. Activities included in
the latter category encom-
pass competitions such as
football and darts.
According to YN3
Christopher Monroe, the
Nightdipper CAG Cup coor-
dinator, the interest from
the squadron's Sailors has
been high. "Initially, partici-
pation was a little low, but
as the word started to
spread, the interest level
increased. HS-5 has assert-
ed its dominance in numer-
ous categories ranging from
the always popular ping-
pong to weight lifting," said
To date, HS-5 Sailors
have dominated dodge ball,
wally-ball and darts, taking
the first place ribbon from
each of those competitions.
The majority of the CAG
he explosive ordnance
Disposal (EOD) and
Navy diver (ND) com-
munities are critical to
fighting the global war on
terrorism, and the demand
for these communities is
To solicit fleet support and
advertise the need for Sail-
ors interested in pursuing a
career, both communities
require individuals who are
talented, motivated and can
meet a very demanding
physical and academic train-
ing regimen. For those who
believe they are ready for
the challenge, there are EOD
and dive school quotas cur-
rently available for qualified
E5 and below applicants.
For more information, see
your career counselor or
call the EOD/ND enlisted
community manager Cmdr.
Dane Thorleifson at (901)
Cup activities focus on
team sports, further enforc-
ing the team emphasis of
Carrier Air Wing Seven.
The scores from each
event are tallied, creating
an overall standing for the
competition. The Nightdip-
pers will certainly strive to
continue their currently
established dominance and
hopefully will come out on
top when the final rankings
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Representatives from the North Florida District United States
Postal Service (USPS) stopped by the NAS Jacksonville USO office
June 14 to present the USO with 6,500 phone cards containing
more than 1 million minutes worth of call time. USPS patrons
purchased the phone cards at USPS offices throughout Northern
Florida. Robin Lang, the USPS North Florida District retail manag-
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Florida's service members. "We're happy to do this," Lang stated.
"None of this would have been possible without the generosity of
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Few homesites remain. Community offers playground
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Now selling new homesites. 13 unique floor plans.
Community pool and amenities center now open.
Quick-move-in homes available. (904) 751-1274
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Grand Opening! Now selling oversized homesites with
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Come discover how wonderful life can be in this upscale
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From Page 1
pressure vacuum truck stood ready to
remove the oil. "If this was a major spill
with the outgoing tide that we could not
contain'and cleanup, we would request
Commander, Navy Region Southeast
assets from NS Mayport for assistance,"
While the drill only lasted a few hours,
an actual oil spill of this size would take a
week to clean up and numerous agencies
would be involved.
For this drill, 30 personnel from the NAS
Jax Operations Department Boathouse
and Fuel Farm, Environmental Depart-
ment, Fire Department, IAP Hill and VP-
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Photo by Kaylee LaRocque
Members of the On Scene Operations Team
for IAP Hill prepare to transfer a 500-foot oil
boom to the site of the oil contamination
during an oil spill drill conducted by the NAS
Jax Environmental Department June 14.
"Overall things went pretty well. We had
some communication problems, but the
training was beneficial to everyone
involved. We train all year to keep current
on oil spill response procedures," Sigona
said. He reiterated that "if anyone sees a
spill they should immediately notify their
chain of command and call the fire depart-
ment at 911."
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16 Jax Ar News, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006
How to beat the heat
By Lt. Elliot Ross
NH Jacksonville Family Medicine Department
Heat injuries cause approxi-
mately 240 deaths in the
United States every year.
The most common heat injury, heat
exhaustion, is characterized by dizzi-
ness, weakness, headache, nausea and
You can treat heat exhaustion by
quickly placing the victim in a shaded
area, providing cool fluids for hydra-
tion, placing ice packs under their
armpits, groin or across the back of the
neck, and fanning. Symptoms should
resolve quickly. In contrast, heat-
stroke is life-threatening and comes in
two forms, classic and exertional.
The classic form occurs in very
young or very old people who are
exposed to persistently high tempera-
tures over a few days. Exertional
heatstroke occurs when people exer-
cise in high temperature and humidity
conditions. Both forms are character-
ized by rapid onset of confusion, bal-
ance problems, loss of consciousness,
vomiting, and high body temperatures
greater than 104 degrees. This is a
medical emergency with a 10 percent
If you suspect a heat injury is occur-
ring, pay careful attention to the vic-
tim's mental status. If they seem con-
fused or lethargic you should cool
them with ice and fans and immedi-
ately get them to a hospital
Emergency Room because he has heat-
To understand how heat causes
injury we need to understand our
body's natural defenses against over-
heating. Body heat is lost through
four mechanisms: conduction, convec-
tion, radiation, and evaporation.
Conduction is heat loss from direct
contact with a cooler object, for exam-
ple ice packs. Convection is the heat
lost from cooler air passing over
exposed skin (fanning). Radiation is
the heat lost directly into the environ-
Lastly, most body heat is lost from
evaporation of sweat. The human
body adapts to hot climates in a
process called acclimatization.
Acclimatization occurs over several
weeks and causes the body to
sweat earlier and in larger
amounts and to retain more
If the humidity is too
high, sweat can't evaporate
and the body is unable to
cool. This is why high
humidity is so dangerous.
Sunburns and non-breath-
able or wet fabrics also
decrease the evaporation of
When planning any trip or
activity you should assess the temper-
ature conditions. The National
Weather Service "Heat Index" (HI)
measures how hot it feels when
humidity is added to the actual air
temperature. A HI of greater than 105
is dangerous and the rate of heat
exhaustion and heatstroke increase
dramatically. Note that the HI system
was designed for shady, light wind con-
ditions and full sunshine can increase
the HI by as much as 15 degrees.
Children are more prone than adults
to heat injuries for a few reasons.
Children have greater heat gain in hot
environments and produce more inter-
nal heat than adults given the same
amount of exercise. Also, the sweating
capacity in children is less.
Children require more time to accli-
matize than adults. Finally, children
forget to drink as often as adults and
are therefore more prone to dehydra-
tion. Children who are obese, mental-
ly retarded, have medical problems
like diabetes or cystic fibrosis, or have
a previous history of heat injury are at
even higher risk.
The American Academy of Pediatrics
released guidelines for prevention of
Reduce the intensity of activities
whenever humidity, solar radiation,
and air temperature are above critical
levels. Substitute players frequently
on a hot day.
FFSC offers educational
he NAS Jacksonville
Fleet and Family
(FFSC) Life Skills
Education and Support
Program is the foremost
preventive measure for the
avoidance of personal and
All FFSC workshops and
classes are free and avail-
able to service members
and their families and
Department of Defense
civilian personnel aboard-
required. If special accom-
modations or handicapped
access is required, please
notify FFSC upon registra-
The following workshops
are available in June and
June 26-29, 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Transition
June 27, 9 a.m. to noon -
July 10-13, 7:30 a.m. to 4
July 11, 9 a.m. to noon -
July 24, 7:30 a.m. to 4
July 25, 9 a.m. to noon -
For further information
or to register, call 542-
2766, Ext. 127.
Health fair planned
Naval Reserve Hospital Jax Detachment N will host
a health fair and blood drive July 22 from 10 a.m.
2 p.m. in front of the NAS Jax Navy Exchange.
The Florida/Georgia Blood Alliance Blood Mobile will be
stationed in the parking lot.
Information on preventive health issues including car-
diovascular, osteoporosis, smoking cessation, colon,
breast, prostate and skin cancer will be available for
children and adults.
For more information, call 713-4860.
At the beginning of an exercise
program or upon arrival to a warmer
climate, limit the intensity and dura-
tion of exercise and slowly increase
over 10 to 14 days. When such time is
not available, the player's practice and
competition times should be short-
Before prolonged physical activity,
the child should be well-hydrated.
During the activity, periodic drinking
should be enforced (e.g., one cup of cold
water or sports drink for a child and 2
cups for an adolescent every 20 min-
utes), even if the child does not feel
Clothing should be light-colored,
lightweight and limited to one layer of
absorbent material so sweat can evap-
orate. Sweat-saturated garments
should be replaced by dry garments.
Rubberized sweat suits should never
be used to produce weight loss.
With a few preventative steps you
and your children can safely enjoy the
This article is one of a series of
health care articles published by the
Department of Family Practice
Residency Program at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville. Dr. Elliot Ross received
his medical degree from Uniformed
Services University of the Health
Sciences in Bethesda, Md. He is a
physician in the Family Medicine
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July 1 in honor of Patron Appreciation Week.
A $25 dollar gift card will be presented to a
commissary shopper every 15 minutes
throughout the three days and a $650 outdoor
grill also will be given away. The celebration
will present a sidewalk sale that will offer
great savings for commissary customers.
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Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. (Dr.)
Raquel Bono addresses the Greater Jacksonville USO Council
Executive Committee June 6.
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By Loren Barnes
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Public Affairs
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Commanding Officer
Capt. (Dr.) Raquel Bono spoke to a gathering of
Northeast Florida military and civilian leaders at
the Greater Jacksonville USO Council Executive meeting
in downtown Jacksonville June 6. The council consists of
military and civilian community leaders who support area
military through USO programs and benefits. Also pres-
ent was Naval Inspector General Vice Adm. Ronald Route.-
Bono spoke about Navy medicine's and Naval Hospital
Jacksonville's continued commitment to providing the best
health care for our active duty, retired and military family
members. She focused on the hospital's "strategic
enablers" family centered care, readiness and staff devel-
"We are caring for our nation's heroes and their families,
And we know they deserve the very best care we can
deliver," Bono stated. "I emphasize over and again to my
staff that we must treat our patients exactly as we would
want to be treated."
Reminding those in attendance that Navy medicine has
made huge strides in battlefield medicine, Bono said a key
and long-standing statistic changed in Iraq and
Afghanistan. "In all wars since the Civil War those who
died of wounds after reaching medical care were around
20-15 percent. That figure dropped to 3 percent during
Operation Iraq Freedom," she remarked. "Besides the
advances made in medical technology and strategies, this
change in the survival rate can also be attributed to the>
high level of skill and training of military medical person-
Many of these personnel work at Naval Hospital
Jacksonville Bono reminded her audience. "These are the.
same professionals that save lives here at home and:
abroad in the global war on terror. We train as we do bat-:
tle we have the best healthcare workforce here at home;
and we send that same workforce into battle," Bono said. :
Bono expressed her confidence that Naval Hospital:
Jacksonville will become Navy medicine's "most efficient;
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For more information call 542-2930.
Outdoor pool now open
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
2' Sunday -1 5 p.m.
"Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of Defense
employees, $3 guests.
Swim Lesson Registration for Session II
July 1, 8 a.m. 11 a.m.
Classes available for infants to adults.
$30 military, $35 Department of Defense
Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials and use of mari-
na sailboats and safety equipment.
Weekend classes Friday and Saturday.
Power Boat Training Class July 22-23
$50, Includes all classroom materials and use of marina
Free kayak and canoe rental on Thursday's for active
For more information, call 542-3493.
Summer Bowling Specials
LSunday 5 p.m. 10 p.m., $2 per game, does not include
-Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11 a.m. 4 p.m., 2
games and shoe rental for $5
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active duty from 11
a.m. 1 p.m. (shoe rental not included)
Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
$10 per person.
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark bowling with light
show and music!
Shoe rental not included.
Call 542-3521 for more information.
Lunch bingo Monday Friday at 11:30 a.m.
'Evening bingo Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
A Navy Jax Flying Club member taxis down the runway
before take off. The Navy Jax Flying Club offers flying classes
on base. The next ground school runs July 17 through Aug.
23. For more information, call 777-8549 or 777-6035.
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and guests.
Zone gift certificates awarded!
For more information on fitness and athletics, call 542-
12-Week Summer Slim Down Challenge
June 19 Sept. 8
12 week, 36-workout challenge
For more information about I. T T trips or ticket prices,
please call 542-3318.
A Day of Beauty in Gainesville Saturday
Visit the Kanapaha Gardens, Matheson House,
Butterfly Rainforest and Harm Museum of Art!
Orlando Shopping Trip July 8
Sign-up by July 5 or until filled. Cost $20/person
Visit the Millennium Mall and Premium Outlets.
Trips, activities and costs may be restricted to E1-E5 sin-
gle or unaccompanied active duty members. Call the
Liberty Cove Recreation Center for more details, 542-3491.
Jacksonville Suns Game
Free lesson and nine holes of golf
NAS Jax Golf Course
Comedy Zone Trip
Free appetizers and admission!
Pepsi 400 Trip
Keech Box Seats for only $45.
Includes ticket and transportation
Limited number of tickets.
splash in your summer.
Make a splash working here with us!
Nursing Career Fair
Thursday, June 29 3-7pm
Baptist Medical Center Beaches
1350 13th Avenue South Jacksonville Beach
Nursing & Nursing Support Positions Available
Summertime is the best time to join us here at Baptist Beaches! Things
are heating up, with 24 more beds, more clinical advancements and
more opportunities for you to shine. You'll bask in our collaborative
environment, where sunny smiles, progressive technology and
challenging work are always in season. So, come join us and find more
splash in your summer, and in your career, all year-round.
Jax Ar NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006 17
Movies are shown at the base theater and open to all
hands. For details, call 542-3491.
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. Freedomland (R)
June 23, 7 p.m. The Shaggy Dog (PG)
June 24, 5 p.m. Madea's Family Reunion (PG-13)
June 24, 7 p.m. The Hills Have Eyes (R)
June 30, 7 p.m. The New World (PG-13)
For more information on the golf course please call 542-
3249 or Mulligan's please call 542-2936.
Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax Golf Club
No green fees! Cart fee only!
June 27 for active duty.
June 29 for retirees and Department of Defense
The "One Club" Scramble
July 3 at 1 p.m.
$35/person military/Department of Defense
$45/person civilian guests
Includes range balls, golf, tee gift, complimentary round
of golf, food following play, and prize purse.
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Photos by Paige Gnann
The USO Night at Adventure Landing was a huge success as
2,000 military members and their families came out for the
Sailors slide into
some USO fun
By Paige Gnann
Editor, Mayport Mirror
7 1 he USO closed down Jacksonville Beach's Adventure
Landing June 14 and opened it up to 2,000 Sailors
" and their families from NS Mayport, NAS
Jacksonville and area commands.
From 6-11 p.m., the local water/dry park was open with
no restrictions to military members for only $1 per person
after purchasing tickets at the USO.
USO Mayport Director Wendy Layton-Pollack said the
event was held after the USO received grant money from
VyStar Credit Union. USO charged the dollar to make up
the difference for renting out the park.
"I really enjoyed this," said Beth Wilt who was at the
event with her three daughters. Her husband is currently
deployed with VP-16 out of NAS Jacksonville. "We would-
n't have been able to afford this otherwise."
The families were able to enjoy Shipwreck Island Water
Park, including the squirt and spray water, waterfalls and
lots of nooks and crannies for exploring. There is also The
Rage, an uphill water-coaster that propels the rider up to
18 mph. Other water park attractions included Hydro
Halfpipe, Eye of the Storm, the wave pool, Lil' St. Johns
River and Kiddie Cove, an area designed to entertain tod-
"We did this instead of zoo night," said Layton-Pollack.
"This was definitely a success. Normally, we have about
1,200 people show up for zoo night. We easily had 2,000 at
Adventure Landing. I was thrilled that so many people
came out. I had my USO shirt on and everyone was com-
ing up to say 'thank you.'"
Layton-Pollack also commended the staff of Adventure
Landing. She said she was impressed at how nice and
helpful the staff was.
"This is excellent," said PC2 Shedrick Baker of USS
John F. Kennedy. "I think the USO is probably under
-appreciated. If people knew what they were doing, they
may be able to do more."
Layton-Pollack said the USO would like to do more dis-
counted activities like Adventure Landing. "We could do
more activities with funding through the Combined
Federal Campaign," she said. "We only received $7,000 for
the entire region last year. Next year, we're going to lose
our United Way money. So we are really going to step up
and try to get more funding through donations."
Photos by PH2(AW) Denise Ordonez
A group of early-morning Sailors from the NAS Jax Administrative Department work out on the new rubber physical fit-
ness mat on Perimeter Road. The Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation Department and NAS Jax Command Master
Chief CMDCM(SW) Donald Green teamed up to install the
$27,000 mat which replaced an old concrete area that was "
being used for physical fitness training. "There is no compari-
son. This new mat gives you the cushion and support needed to
do leg lifts, sit ups, push ups and leg extensions," said NC1 "
Greg Stalling of the NAS jax Career Counselor office, who led wr out o
the group in their workout.
AS2(AW/SW) Johnny Opdenbosch of Aircraft
Intermediate Maintenance Detachment,
leaves the NAS Jax Physical Fitness Center after a morning
workout. The center, located on Mustin Road, was renovated
recently and now features new paint, ceiling fans
and sinks, toilets and showers. The cost of the upgrade
was approximately $13,000. "It's great to have this center
available to freshen up after working out and not
have to wait. The showers are clean and it's
a nice facility," Opdenbosch said. The center is open
24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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Golf league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, command Department of Defense
personnel and selective reservists. All
interested personnel should contact the
base gym to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Flag football league forming
The league is open to all NAS Jax active
duty, Department of Defense personnel
and reservists. The entry form and rosters
are due by June 23 and the season will
start in July. All interested personnel
should contact the base gym to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
Basketball season starting
The Greybeard League is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, Department of
Defense (DoD) personnel and reservists
age 30 and up. The Intramural League is
open to all NAS Jax active duty, DoD per-
sonnel and reservists. Anyone interested in
joining the league should contact the NAS
Jax Gym to get the required paperwork to
join the league.
Racquetball tourney slated
A men and women's open racquetball
tournament will be held June 26-30 at 5
p.m. at the base gym. The tournament is
open to all NAS Jax authorized gym
patrons over 18. There will be a men and
women's division. Awards will be given to
the winners of each division. Call NAS Jax
Athletics to sign up by June 20.
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 provided as well as transportation,
entry fees, and lodging costs. Interested
runners must compete in a sanctioned
(USA Track and Field, USA Triathlon
Association, or Roadrunners Clubs of
America) race and your time must be one
of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
have run in a sanctioned race and your
time meets the regional qualifying time,
contact your base athletic director.
Southeast regional qualifying times:
5K Men 19:00
10K Men 34:00
Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
Triathlon time based on 1.5K swim, 10K
run, 40K bike
For more information about any of the
sports articles, call Bill Bonser, sports
coordinator, at 542-2930/3239, email
email@example.com or visit www.nas-
Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, June 22, 2006 19
Job fair coming in July
T he Military Spouse Corporate Career Network
(MSCCN) is hosting a hiring fair aboard NAS
Jacksonville July 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in
Building 966 for two of MSCCN's corporate partners,
Concentra Incorporated and Wachovia Corporation.
Wachovia and Concentra will fill positions both in the
Jacksonville area and nationwide. Opportunities are
open to all active duty, reserve, retired military spouses
and exiting or retired military personnel.
Concentra is looking to fill the following positions: doc-
tors, nurses, physical therapists, medical directors, med-
ical center administrators, medical assistants, radiology
technicians, billing specialists, accountants and other
professional administrative support positions.
Wachovia is currently offering the following positions:
financial center managers, financial specialists, adminis-
trators, tellers and leaders in general banking.
Please visit http://www.msccn.org/jobs/jobseekersOt-
her.php and post your resume to the feature job posi-
tions: "Jacksonville Hiring Fair July 12, 2006." MSCCN
will contact all candidates that meet job descriptions by
phone for a pre-screen interview. Qualifying candidates
will receive a scheduled interview with a recruiter or
sourcing consultant on July 12.
The Navy Wives Clubs of America, NWCA
Jax #86 meets the first Wednesday of each
month. Meetings are held in Building 612 on
Jason Street at NAS Jacksonville at 7:30 p.m.
The Thrift Shop is open Tuesdays and Thursdays
and the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. -
1 p.m. For more information, call 772-0242 or
Pearl Aran at 777-8032.
The Navy Wives Club's DID #300 meetings
are held the second Thursday of each month at
7 p.m. at the Oak Crest United Methodist Church
Education Building at 5900 Ricker Road. For
more information, call 387-4332 or 272-9489.
The Disabled American Veterans Chapter
38 meetings are held the second Tuesday of
each month at 7 p.m. at 470 Madeira Drive,
Orange Park, Fla. The chapter also has service
officers available Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 1-4 p.m. to help with claims. To make
an appointment or for more information, call 269-
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 St. Vincent's Medical Center,
2300 Park Avenue, Orange Park, Fla. 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 invit-
, ed to attend. The Navy Jax Yacht Club is a-mem-
bers only club open to all active duty, reservists,
retired military and active and retired
Department of Defense civilians. For more infor-
mation, call 778-0805 or e-mail commodore@
The Association of Aviation
Ordnancemen's meeting is held the third
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Fleet
Reserve Center on Collins Road. For more infor-
mation, call AO1 Michael Steckly at 542-5508 or
Jim Bohac at 542-2939. You can also visit
The First Coast Black Nurses Association
holds their meetings the second Tuesday of each
month at 6 p.m. in the Shands Hospital Blue
room. For more information, call Janneice Moore
at 244-7950 or Dorothy Banks at 542-7748.
The Westside Jacksonville Chapter 1984,
National Association of Retired Federal
Employees extends an open 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 infor-
mation, call R. Carroll at 786-7083.
The National Naval Officers Association
holds its monthly meeting on the fourth Thursday
each month at 5:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Urban League, 903 West Union Street.
Interested personnel are encouraged to attend
or contact Lt. Cmdr. Herlena Washington at 542-
7715, Ext. 102 or e-mail Herlena.Washington@
Unbreakable presents their first fashion show
June 17 at 8 p.m. at Celebrations on the corner
of Atlantic Boulevard and Arlington Road. The
event is free. For more information, call 535-
A youth fishing derby will be held Aug. 19
from 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 informa-
tion, call 573-4918.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is
offering free admission each Tuesday from 4-9
p.m. through September. For more information,
contact Maria Haynes at 899-6025.
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Learn to shop healthier with a dietitian...
The Wellness Center is conducting a grocery shopping tour.
Date: July 14
Time: 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Location: NAS Jax Commissary --. .
The tour will focus on planning healthy meals, choosing
products low in fat and sodium, understanding food
labels, and establishing budgetary guidelines..
To sign up, call 542-5292.
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Trhe following are upcoming classes at Westside
Regional Park Nature Center located across the
NAS Jax Main Gate at 7000 Roosevelt Blvd. All
classes require advance reservations by calling 573-
July 25, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Do you know how to tell the difference between ven-
omous and non-venomous snakes? Learn what you
can do to stay safe around snakes and their important
role in the balance of nature.
Wee Workshop: Life Under a Log
July 27, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Calling all wee nature explorers (children aged 7
and under) and their adult companions. We're investi-
gating what lives in and under fallen logs. Wear bug
spray and bring a capture jar if you have one (we have
some to share if you don't). Registration required.
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Six Flags Over Georgia offers free admission
Six Flags Over Georgia is preparing to
pay a special tribute to our nation's
armed forces with a week of generous
discounts and free admission for active
service members and their families. This
special promotion coincides with Salute 2
America, the park's weeklong celebration
leading up to Independence Day.
From June 26 to July 4, active members
of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force,
and Coast Guard can receive half off a one-
day admission to the park. To redeem this
discount, active service members,
reservists, or spouses must show a current
military ID June 26 July 4 at any Six
Flags Over Georgia ticket booth to receive
tickets for themselves and immediate fam-
ily at a discounted rate of $24.99 plus tax.
In addition to this weeklong discount,
program, Six Flags Over Georgia will be
holding select free admission days for each
branch of service. During each service day,
members of that particular branch of the
armed forces may receive free admission
for themselves and immediate family
members (up to four tickets total).
Individual service days are:
Army Day June 26
Marine Corps Day June 27,
Navy and Coast Guard Day June 28
Air Force Day June 29
Active service members, reservists, or
spouses may show a current ID card at any
Six Flags Over Georgia ticket booth to
receive up to four free tickets total on their
select service day.
All guests of the park will be able to
enjoy several military displays in and
around the park throughout the week of
Salute 2 America, including various
U.S.M.C. helicopters, Humvees, and more.
So come out and join Six Flags Over
Georgia in thanking our nation's armed
forces for all the hard work that they do..
For more information on Six Flags Over
Georgia and Salute 2 America, visit
sixflags.com or call (770) 948-9290.
New exhibit at Cummer Museum
T he Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens invites Sailors, Reservists,
Department of Defense civilians,
retirees and their families to visit the muse-
um's next exhibition A New Narrative:
Marden, Fitzpatrick, Stella, Warhol. The
new exhibition explores series ,of works by
four exceptional late 20th century artists:
Brice Marden, Tony Fitzpatrick, Frank
Stella, and Andy Warhol, and their use of
narrative imagery as vehicles to tell stories.
The exhibition features 40 etchings and
silkscreen prints that present four narra-
tive series produced in the 1970s, 1980s and
1990s, each with its own character and rele-
The exhibition runs through Aug. 6.
Military personnel can purchase discounted
annual membership .r admission tickets by
visiting the Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Information Tickets and Tours office or call
The Cummer at 899-6034 for more details.
Registration begins for Webster University fall term
From the Navy College Office
R registration for Webster University's 2006 Fall Term-I which runs Aug. 12 through
Oct. 7 is now in progress. Classes are offered weekdays from, 6-10 p.m. or weekends
from 8-5 p.m. For active duty military, dependents, retirees and civil service, the
tuition cost is $285 per credit hour ($855 per class). For all others, tuition cost is $315 per
credit hour ($945 per class). The following courses are offered at NAS Jacksonville:
Course No. Title Day Time Location
BUSN 5000 Business S 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Bldg. 110
BUSN 5630 Business Law S 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Bldg. 110
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tkns 232 AtkinonCo., 310 Mandarin 320 Westside 325 orthe 334 Keystone 335 Orange Park/ 342 St. Augustine 355 Condominiums
GA Jacksonville Heights Clay
FSBO 4/2, 2100sf, Great OCEANFRONT CONDO
O 35,4/3,3150 ood, culdesa pond, NOPAYMENTSTILJAN2007REDUCED -Lovely lac NORTH MIDDLEBURG PALENCIA -Amelia Surfd& Racket
inc 110+ac.,within the huge yd, fruit trs,.manyd Beautifu -4 bed- on 2nd fir lbr w/slpr
city limits. (912)5345490 extras.30490 CH&A $0 down 0 faces spring fed loch dv. 2550sf, all brick room, 3 full bath, 2616 sofa, overlooks ocean
Announcements or 534-737/534-5560losing costs. $82,000 lomond, 3/2, new kit home on 1/3rd acre lot square foot, 2 year and pool, completely
Announcements ealEstaCall NOW 904-472-1206 1964 W. 15th St. w/granite c-top, 12x24 sprinkler sys privacy old home. Formal Ilv- furn and redecorate
100Clubsand aCamdeo., HuntersPt FSBO 4/2,g MOTVATED SELLER! 745-0045 wkshp, $269,900 fence. 4br/2bafirepl, ing room dining Balcony and beach
FU24ioblr Camden Co., H Great waterfront 352-473-0864 all appliances, 1/2 tile, room. Surround access. Prime rental
Organizations r ale GA FMR poolottub,buyer condo, 3/2 nearSan Crestwick Crossing3/2, 1/2 carpet, walk to sound in family room, Property. Asking $425k.
105 Dating and Services 230-292 Georgia Counties $224 658832 Juan, 412sf loaded 1850sf, exc cond Orange Parw elated comm. master bedroom and Call 912-367-5270 or
Services Amelia Island / REMODLED4/2 Open House Sun 1-4 amenities galore Just $235K 904 -535 ,8894 90 4591 -2308 568-7575 I an i.G o urm e ara oAs hy .
110 Happy Ads 29A Georgia Miscellaneous I 2 car Ear. smoEsf, D ge 4/23 Hollygate Dr. 4/2 reduced- $129,000. O__________E 1AATIN kitchen with cherry
10 pyNtFes 3d R d ceo ra P fe yd. $ vces nwn! 330 Beaches A Full Service Brokerage Home Sold to Highest ri counte ops WILO LAKSCNDO
12LaeJodn.ls 302Sfntdside c$4i3STSELILI$163K3 -aluesin to www.callthechief.com new, offers heard 6/25, staiess stee L 0v4 2.STH,
SPark like setting 32
Ticketras 306 ntracoastal West 9127295394 2car gar fp ceramic tile, Atl Bch/Cypress Creek 877-346-7827 35pm. 516-660-2709 an s nr WAlKTOTHEBEACH
l3STravei/Rides 307San Marco 3 wI cd S MART n Spious 3/2, 3/.5/2 Lg lot, move In DON BROWN REALTY Bk Cn shutters, ceiling aton WALKTOTIE BEACH.
140Vacation/Travel 310Mandarin Charion o., sac $210K 9042623736 ake/pond, Fpl 1900+sf, ond Exel price 225-5510 OR 571-7177 338 Baker county after soenr, irri ond
14900/976Dating Services 3205ArlWestside 4/2. brick, pool, hugLane N. 35 eBEAR RUN2951 Dakota entry 3-car garage 904-8 91-2036 piles
S147 DatingSerivices 32Westside 4/2y.5 dfirs so,384 Best Value at Beach Dr. renov. 2500sf, 4/2, Beautiful New 4bd/2bth, with extra storage, www.oceanl4.us
165Entertainment 322Argyle Brick5540sf, 2 sto, d.,626 384,9 $370,000.3BR2BA2car hardwd & tile. $197.9K 2468 sq ft,concrete/ termite bond, private
Services 32North Jacsonville ooBR 41/2bath,c Call262-6318 garage brick, largelot Realtor2155833 stuccohome on /4ac reserved profes-utofAr
32spDongoelw oon/hou, 30/m to Ja.$39, 322 Argyle walk or b ape to beach, lot,, just $204,800. Call sionall landscapelot 360 OutofArea/
327Downown 30 in to Jax. $399,99 315 Arinto ph. 2854389 for appt. EAGLE HARBOR 4/3, rg 904-334-9944 for appt with areoaks. Town/State
S onces Middlebur 1______ 4/2.LakeView FSBO NEPTUNE BEACH culdu esac, amen ties. i b ccpe r
120 Notices 332 Riversidea $500 Down, You own IL Waterml5s club in3/ Inground poolK. 9042697111 340 St. JohNs wi e ac ce p t4e d2GATEWAY MOUNTAIN, NC
334ouse-D tinns 294 Aronana/d $ 9K. 04,26.711 340 c$ 9 00. 904-708-5002
34ABORTION ALTERNATIVE 6434 344St.Augustine Beach community, w pool + club Brick home 3/1 style, nice amen, 290 course, pool, rec. center, groom, dnnChomeent NC Land: 36 acres near
o e e 36 tas ta AmeliaoItsland kit 1 fncd yd. 0Avppac. A n ss s 2CS rall for appt. FLEMING ISLAND the natural beauty of
U S loindo7uerco2 360 WSane oar/Town/eviyw e 302 Riverside FS-RINT O Tb Lake 9iot. lcc ldt o anMt ewCai
sacrdsann9042r365 euacturedHomes m a o n e Pon.e Vedra Beach eatkit nsewf0Rs5h1a7177-shutesclinnstoi 3 er vesh 2 b
335FanePark/g Rd $154,90WE tonC. 813.5720 NEW/pnFb 772-7795/850a3.ahr6617 wFsaAumGenTww2/2K794-od20&a0hshaiywoe
ALu Servi edw u Eaterownt ed 8305 Souths/brkkerde 3 s oountyrRnt s os pfftW e nfn A aS n a
MaLLEXPENSy S Loing FaBilies BEAI 3/1, Nwconstr kiont4/3. pL, BrgCKl5o/t2, inerof 3 gOAKLEAFPLANr 1200sf. Cypress C upraber crtch/d preoo, 3ful bt 2e6- 800 -521e-8t8 o
oiN Fam liores 339Putnam County wd2500sf, 10' celings,3 epxt pint 2tt dnew roo, wNorth 2r Mism V r eauticuekl t -le atwyn to
AA e A re ISt.AuestiN ver- w ooe o o cCr E1 2 ac Realty 800-679-148 hk cyd patio. Amen. square foot, 2 year t..S et
S3Ti ket 2D istrsir u e 4/2,5wbriawrdpw inng gls4Con FSBO 2/1 819sFfoi, nice v -. *0 Sn 3 anid RCberpca 249l6
16 nm, eto 34. John's County h 1 car 1 21o7d lanai See! $310K 904ga 7 807- 94 red el Roberts stod. Mallard st MIrUNr NTg r e11o c
3483400or800-348-434 344t./Augustine4Beach community, w/poola+cub. Brick home 3/1.5, style, niceamenites,$2901K. NETrUNEBE.ACH course pool, rec. center, inug room, dining inra
345 Nassau CoUnty 54601(. 904-55$ 6119 sunrm3patio&scroprrch. 2826794/327-9061 P must sell 3/2. near Ciay Co. schools. $170K ro o m. S urround 3200sf ICI hom 4d3ck Land. 36 acres near
PEPSI 400 (2TKTS) in ei' nod y red. Fire- Owner/realtor 90426Cal990423713534663 sound in family room, pool cntrl vac, o er apied c
S s 8 350 Waterfront 306 Iracstal 3/22niced F place2cararA3. master bedroom and boat lift w/remote Only ew ch
Closing end of June 200. State C d reek. O, owner trans- litan G m03 ourmer Cal0R a a en Satn.ell2 C4a7
Recorslcan be obtiure at 4 7n; 3 C R Uiv s FSBO-AR T g t i r ranttr pAYUP a meSeWIsG, NBeautiful ptdon Salt 3/2a 3evels, 220 sf,
uteialos t newape wi Ctured Homes 626309 community i remod- erred out ofstate. Pont 1 Vdra Beach cels, iots of extras, cabinets, whiteaCor- Creek w/quickaccessto furAnshed, hottubY
2 nA E S r ale NOPAYMENTSTILJAN2007 Aeledkt, mbrbath, Steal myhome.o $299,900 Condo walk to ocean $189,900. 904-318-2679 7t1in l r t l 904-555 9on-2e A $ a 922
2 ce375 Farms/Acreage WEST RIVERSIDE -3br, tile, hardwd, firs, carpet, Over $35,000 below 2/2 garage, pond view,
DIVORCE 380 nvestment Property lb CH&A $0 down$0 5314,900. PCSorders bank appr. Wat front $27 900.904-728-7860 FOR SALE 3/2, fc, ti appliances. large
SAMERICAN STYLE! 302 Retirement Comm. Closing costs. $86,900n. 4/2 pantry and center BEAUTIFUL 2 LOTS ON Manufactured
IORAEe2544Caln St. 74-0045 3400sf U/R. 759-1272 PonteVedraFSO firs, fenced ack yrd. lan Plantation e
S rcre e oseaHIDDEN HIuioS m ated 3/2 on lake, upgrades, $112,000. 904-449-1334 shutters, ceiling fans i NATIONAL FOREST 170'
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a. 1t W 89 FfBO. 9 seunOpen House Oen style hm w/S oft &garae no $399K 904-ti891-1388 WON't LAST! g A w el riae ii h
longer) Since50 WHEELER CO GA 189C. l 7 L BDesign, Wood2ed lot, b2nk1Se2 uag or/ f aai
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mi-es lhr beo lt d.,ide. 321-S63 4 move in9 6-1p 55i n46. t, 2 ie 1i aMm OtOUr 24 YRS EXP. moDWN. HOMES
904)448-9330x22587-650 POTE EDRAE. of AA w/inground pool. $165K termite bond, private FLAGLR ICW LOT Call 246-7684ETHNET
eCel904) 4632065 VA FHA. home equity st or 3/2.5 +of granite, Cal Denice Marsh at preserved profes- Owner fin. Spectacular ND HOME PACKAGE
NEEAA Rstte btfdkCn0-5op 1ogol, ir g fen yd, $589K, Watson Realty DuCorp. sionally landscape lot +ac lot with 100+ ft on 'J'n"
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AAA Attorney Referral Sc PUBLISHER'S NOTICE bch. $34Kobo. 864 6312 d ill 1i eO .n
BIDER(c4 641"-r146 RL3 asTOR25 Jack Countrywide Bus (904) 269.1716 cp't ro ee a cin e
n. .~ ~, p$10 usd HOME LOANS ..,.. a 904-277-2908 R EE Y JOv
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Linmerss 4ncs Buansh face seatus, orndioapaial o-DEIRAD Asking $29K 813-5720 Bad credit OK, No money w I 0.29 Ca3l26riv do
Pesie 400t Start/tuish sfacex, hand famtioeaor D Im1 NEdown. 1st payment due A GEM IN BONAPARTE CROSSING r29 s t. Augustine eeCall om C ll
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discimi,$2, ICW view. 150K 904-86-8652 beaches assumable
includes children under 3/2, 20car garage seller Ave. Move i4n ready will consider all offers. This home is truly MOVE IN READY! This 1949sqft home wdfirsi gran, gar, close loan. Kelley. 386-663o4722/
the age 18 living with will financew/0ndown Must sell. $110K to 2.3acresw/DWonpriv. isconvenientto bothMayport&NAS.Almostnew tohst. dwntn.$3495900. Middleoagednexec.tive PCS
parents or legal custo- Call 904-463-6861 $180K Call 384-5706 road. Located in the construction wethoutthe expense of all the upgrades- t FSBO. 904-825-4672 wanting to lease long
dians, pregnant women BOOMING area of Yellow THEY ARE ALL IN THIS HOME! term or rent to own. 98' Horton DW (1792sf)
and people securing NEW CONSTRUCTION .2 FSBO-mORTEGA Bluffm&$Starratt0Rd. CALLkTODAYnFORcYOURSPRIVATEJSHOWING! Need now! 512-663-0065 3bd/2bathw/3acwooded
AucFrns/custody of childrena-3/2S2 car gar 1200sf.E BLUFF4/2ebfrck, $190Kobo. 904-463-1271 PtiMUTsteel20land. Located in historic
under 18. U pick colors, 189,900. don ,$3split- plan,cul-de-sac. SW r 0/ 2ir WaterfrontUT 3/2SanvPablo Folkston, GA 912-462-8069
200Auctions This newspaper will Call Pete 626-8300 Multipleupgrades. NAVIGATABLE WATER p86 OA3 alin tUFUpLONA D ftO u
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Thomas County, Ga.
20-30 acre tacts, homesites,
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15 min. north of Thomasville,
Ga. Call Rocky Ford, LLC,
229-226-1719, for info pack
WALKER COUNTY, GA
343 ac. bordering Pigeon
Mtn Wildlife on 3 sides.
Several ponds, pasture.
large pine & hard-
woods. creek, paved
road, mountain with
360 degree views. Will
divide into 2 parcels.
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Beautiful newly renvt'd
quad-plex in Historic
$3000/mo Grt Invest.
$345K neg 904-434-9094
Commercial & Residen-
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90 (904)781-1194 after
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INVESTOR SPECIAL! $90K
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Potential Gross $2500mo
Investors Special 3/1
concrete block. New
crpt/p'aint 2633 Clyde
Dr. $65K 904- 509-660
5724 Benedict Rd 29K
1531 Logan St 23K
1268 Hart St 22K
1314 Eaverson St 22K
MOBILE HOME PARK in
Kingsland, GA. 56units.
48 park owned MH. City
wtr & swr. Monthly inc
$17,875. Sale. $1,200,000
FREE 24 hr Recorded msg
$18,0001 For Listings
York Harbor Dr. 3/2,
hm w/ breakfast nook,
forml/livng & dnr,. incd
fences In yrd. w/irrigation
system & separate irriga-
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Any cond, handyman,
distressed, vacant or
NO DEAL TOO BIG or
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Quick closings or
904- 626- 1636
904- 813- 5253
I'll buy your house, make your
payments, do repairs, close
quickly, any area, any price,
any condition. 904- 384.4677
415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
427 Mobile Home Lots
435 Rooms to Rent
455 Wanted to Rent
ARL -REGENCY INN *
WEEKLY SPECIALS *
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r2(904) 725 -5093
Historical S Points Cor-
porate apt fully furn'd-
all amenities & utils.
S 05 Apartments
ARL DUPLEX 2/1, ch/a,
carpet, range, fridge,
$625m. 904- 535- 2651
A Contemporary funi-
Sture SOFA chair, ent.
.' cntr, dinning room
table set, 4 chair all
for $500. Call 868- 3930
KINGSLAND, GA -2/1,
laundry rm, stove, frig,
d/w, $500mo. + $500
dep.. Avail July 1.
thursday, June 22, 2006
MIDDLEBURG 4/2. Split
formal living & dinning
rooms family room
two car garage.
Available 6/15/06. S100mo.
Large 1, 2, & 3 BRs.
HUD Vouchers Accepted.
$99 Depositl (904) 751 -1510
NORTHSIDE Need a Place To
$550 -$760 Hang Your Hat?
1, 2 & 3 BR's
(9A4) 757- 0240 ,
R'SIDE on St. Johns Ave.
near St. Vincents 2/1
hwdfls, ch&a, cov park-
ing, $725-$750. 389-1717
1 & 2 BR Speciall
CALL 398 -9492
Southside Sonoma 2/2
1310sf, w/d, water
incld, no pets. $1025m
Sec/lst mo 305-297-2224
SSubaru Outback 97'
blue AT, AC, hatch-
1 back, all wheel drive,
cd player, $4000,4dr,
WESTSIDE-1,2 & 3BR
apts avail ,based on
income. Call 786-8000
or 786-8001 EHO
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQUIRED $595 778-2897
WESTSIDE -2/2, CH&A,
vaulted ciel, fplc, wet
bar, w/d hkp, $700mo.
W'SIDE off 103rd, nice
2br, ch&a, $600m incl
water. Calf between
5 9pm. 262-6021
Close to Kingsbay
Located on deep water,
beautiful & private,
perfect for 1 or 2
Meadows Place 3/2, balc,
gated corn, $1100, no
ICW 3/2 at The Grand
Reserve. All apple. 2prkg
spaces. AvI now. Great
loc. $1200m. 904-534-8812
Forest Like new sale/
lease purch. 3/2, gar, all
appi upgrds, photos
avail. 407-699-0984 avail
July 1. $197,900
JAX BEACH OCEAN-
FRONT 3/2 1500sf., end
unit; lyr Ise; $1975mo;
MANDARIN -New condo
Zenith Realty 215-0676
Natures Hideaway 3/2 $950
WS New Condo, Kit Equip,
Pool, Piaygrnd, Gated Corn.'
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
4 NEW FLEMING ISL
1835SF, 3/2.5, & GAR. FOR
RENT/LEASE. GTED COMM.
"A" RATED SCHOOLS, POOLS,
GOLF, TENNIS, VOLLEYBALL,
YMCA, 11 MILES FOR NAS,
AVAIL JUNE 15, 2006.
$1200/mo. 904- 803-4287
OP new 2/2, w/pool,
1800 Park Ave. $950mo
O.P. NEW 2/2 1500SF, gar,
WDhkup, club hse, pool,
fitness ctr & more,
2/1.5, w/d wood firs
new apple, $975m. Boat
slip avail. Lease option
Move in immed. 860-0301
PONTE VEDRA -3/2.5, TH,
2000sf, nr Sawgrass, PV
PVB 3/2 w/gar. All new.
Beach access. $1500m+
PVB Ocean Links Ig 2/2
upgrd corner unit, w/d,
no pets, $1200mo.
garage option, 273-4444
PV LAKES Very nice 2/2.5,
fp. scrn lanai, amenities
Loc. in priv. crtyd w/ikvw
SS/GATE PKWY FREE RENTf
Sail Cove, ALL NEW
2br/2ba waterview avail.
S'SIDE 2/2, Southbrook,
water, sewer, pest con
trol incl. no condo fees,
S'SIDE/The Landings at'
Belle Rive, Brand New
TwnHs 3/2.5, lcg, 1640sf,
ST. AUG NEW TH Cypress
Trace 3br/2.5ba, 1c. gar,
gated comm $1295mo.
Call 954- 560-1336
WORLD GOLF VILLAGE/
LEGENDS $900/mo incls
assoc. fee, & util 1/1
w/ ofc, Scm prch W/D,
Argyle 3/2 inground pool,
fenced yrd, cul-de-sac,
8134 Pilgrims Trace N
$1150m 904- 278-2334
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
FIREPLACE, SCREENED PATIO,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD.
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897
ARGYLE lovely 3/2 like
new on lake, across
avail July 1st. $1190 mo
& ARGYLE- TH 4 sale or
rent. 3/2.5. 2 car gar.,
brand new plantation
Call 476- 7676 for details.
ARLINGTON 3/2 $895
ch&a, Kitchen Equip
Family Room, Fenced.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
3/2 hardwood firs,
4 inground pool, 4 car
contact Robert Meggs.
4, ASHLEY WOODS
SICW-4/2 2300sf, ig.
fncd yrd, w/boat,
2-car garage, 7 miles to NS
ATL. BCH/Selva Linkside
3/2.5, w/d, frdg, fpl, tile
walk to beach. $1650m.
BEACH BLVD -new
Wolfcreek TH, 2/2.5,
gated; gym, pool,
BEAR RUN 2951 Dakota
Dr 32065. 2500sf, 4/2,
hardwd & tile. $1250m
CEDAR HILLS 3/2 $695
ch&a, WD Hkps, Fenced
Back, Kit Equip, Carport,
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
CEDAR HILLS 3/2 $750
ch&a, WD Hkps, Carport
1384SF, Kit Equip, Fenced
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
CLAY COUNTY New brick
home near pool/park/
shops. A+ schls $1195m
Eagle Harbor Beautiful
4/3 $1850mo. Smoke
free home. No pets.
a. Eagle Harbor 4/3.
S 2600sf, no pets,
4 available now. Con-
tact Todd Kellogg.
215 9108/813- 01191 or 2yr
Eagles Hammock Sub.
off Alta/Yellow Bluff
Homes built in '06.4/2.
Call Steve 208-0287
E. ARL/San Pablo 3/2,
3mi from Jax Beach.
$1200m. 904- 744. 3717
FERN BCH/Lofton Pt,
brand new 3/2.5, many
view estates 4/2, 2 car
gar, 2200sf, $1650mo.
FNDA-3/2.5. $1475 Month
Call Don Brown Realty
225-5510 or 571-7177
HIGHLANDS -2/1 & 3/1,
ww c9t, CH&A, wd hkp,
$695 & $750 w/$350 dep.
Beautiful new 3/2,
ST. AUG/PALENCIA 4/3
New 2155sf 2cg AC, close
to amen., culdesac lot,
ST. JOHNS CO. Near
World Golf Village
Murabelle Subd. 2800sf,
5/3, upgrades $1600m
berry, 4/3, Irg 2265sf,
water well incl. $1800m.
Lots amen. 904-207- 3625
St. Johns Bluff 4/3 newly
remod, new apple, fpl& fnc
Syd, near schools &bch
ST. MARY'S 3/2, 2 car
gar, $800mo., fen bk yd.
1 mile to base. Call
Makin your landlord rich.
Buy a ome, low down pyt.
Bad credit ok 1-866-859-3271
VENETIA/ORTEGA 3/2 $895
Kit Equip, ch&a, Fenced.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
3/1, CH&A, w/d con.
3510 Fern St. $770mo
$670 dep. 472-7314
WESTSIDE- 4/2, all
brick, corner lot, CH&A,
Wilson/ 295 area,
Westside Brand New 3/2
Gated comm. Ready for
move in. All appis Great
WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
2BR 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET
REF REQ. $595/MO. 778-2897
Whispering Pines 2/2 TH
scrnd prch, kit equip'd,
tiled dwnstrs $800m
YULEE- 4/2. $1250 Month
Call Don Brown Realty
225-5510 or 571-7177
& Associates, Inc
1, 2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
CALL 757 -3466
CALL FOR MOVE IN
SPECIALS! EZ Qualifying
CH/A. all appl+W/D hkp.
Al areas avi 904-566-6265
$500 Down U OWN
AllAreas 1st Mo. FREE
Call the Hotline 388-1208
HOMES IN ARL -3br/lba
starting at $995.
Zenith Realty 215-0676
ICW -3/2, 1800sf, avail
ICW-JOHN'S CREEK 3/2
w/study. $1475 Month
Call Don Brown Realty
225-5510 or 571-7177
2087sf, 4/2/2. Coiled
12x30 Florida room,
10x12 shed. Tile & wood
firs, dog not allowed.
$1400mo. Imo sec de.,
1 mo advance. Call Kurt.
307- 8023 or Helen 699- 5102
4, KINGSLAND 3/2,
1900sf, new flooring,
fncd yrd, sec. system,
2 car gar. & more.
LAKESHORE -3/1, kit
equip, CH&A, w/d hkp,
fncdyd, $700mo $700
Lakewood 2/1 near
hwys, great n'hood. Irg
fen yard, gar, N/S, no
pet $1000. 904-448-3864
Mandarin-2 houses 2/2 &
'3/2. 2cr gar. Exc cond.
$950m & $1175m. Great
MANDARIN Avail. now,
3/2, vaulted ceilings, sky
lights, frplc, ceramic tile
firs, Ig mstr BR & bth w/
garden tub, his/her
vanities & walk -in
closets, w/d hk up, 2 car
gar, IQ scrnd patio w/
pond view, Ig yrd on crnr
lot, Mandarin schis.
$1350mth w/1 mth dep,
back grn ck req'd yard
pest- ctrl, sec srvs incd
Call 925-518-5566 "
Sweetwater Oaks 3/2, 2
car, remod lyr ago,
MAND. Nice 3/2, 2cg, w/d
hkp, frdge, d/w, fnc bkyd
Close o 195. $1200m+
$1200sec. 904-371- 0234
MAND TH 2/2.5+ofc, lcg
scr.rm on lake, gtd, pool,
will consider short term
M'BURG/CLAY & DUVAL
Counties Long Leaf 4/3
3000sf new const. brick
.5ac. Joe 904- 284-4447
Middleburg 4203 Clove
St. 4/2 1car/ pool, Huge
yard $995mo. West
Coast Mgmt &Realty
S3/2 House, 2car
Q1> garage built 2003,
Available now, w/d
hookups, all apple's,
pets neg. $1050m.
904- 704- 5363/291- 4444
& Monument Oaks
4/2.2 car gar, Ig fnc
bkyrd, great Ioc.,
Murabella near World
Golf Vii. Rent to own
3/2 huge amenities pkg
$1500mo. 904- 471-7506
Neptune Bch Duplex
Upper 2/1 1100sf deck
Lower 2/1 1178sf, both
frplc, hrdwd, tile. N/S.
W/D $1350m ea. 2 car
gar $325m 904-853-2084'
N. JAX- Brand new home
4/2 2cg, 2300+sf Open fir
plan, grt view on lake/
nat. presv. $1395mo.
10153 Lancashire Dr. E
Must See. 916-416-3551
NORTHSIDE Rent To Own
$620-$700 mo E -Z quali-
fying. All areas. Several
homes. Call 962.4380
NORTHSIDE 2 Duplexes
3/2 Newly remod. Lrg
bck yrd. $675m ea
904- 699- 8280/786- 287- 2869
NORTHSIDE 2/1 ch/a,
totally renov. front/
back porch $625mo,
$500 dep. Call768-7759
Summer Breeze in
North Creek. BEAU-
rmlTIFL 42 ome..For
SPA ROOM FOR RENT
Need Massage Therapist
west. clientele 379-5525
#1 SWIMWEAR STORE!
Long Est'b success!
Top Tines! Complete
training; Mgr in place.
Owners Ret. Perfect for
couple or partners.
R.E. & Terms avail.
Ph 404- 252- 3866
Bad credit accepted.
Call Sandy @ 695-2255
N'SIDE 1BR HOUSE, cer.
tile, IrU lot w/trees, low
electric bills. $650m.
384-4080 or cell 707-1235
N'SIDE Main St. Pine
Lake, golf cc comm 4/2,
new, all brick, $1350mo
N'side NEW TWNHSE,
2/2.5, w/d, 1 gar, grt for
R/mate. .875 to FCCJ
$1250m. 904- 705- 6762
N'SIDE RTO 6 Properties
2 to 5 Bdrms, 1-2 Bth
ch/a, newly renov, $550
New 3car gar.,1 story
ranch style, nice
amenities, quiet n'hood
$1400.282- 6794/327- 9061
Oakleaf Plan. Rentals
Immed. new homes
Lease/buy opt $1350
-$1950m 516- 660-2709
Oakleaf brand new, 4/3,
close to Argyle Elem.
upgrades galore! f plc,
$1350mo. 904- 236-9889
"1204 Bedrock Ln. Brand
new 4/2, 2400SF. $1500mo
*4058 Pebblebrook Cir. 4/2.
1544SF. $1200mo. All avail.
A OP. 3/2, nice n'hood
$1200mo. 1 yr lease,
1 904-375-2698. Corner
lot. 1500sf, Imo dep.
Avail 9/1/06 PCS
OP Beautiful 4/2 w/pool.
Lake & Dock access.
Approx 2500sf, fpl,
$1900m. 904.298- 0389
LR, DR. Fam, Game RM,
HTD pool. scrnd lanai,
pvt lot, pets w/dep
OP, Eagle Harbor 4/2
2800sf fenced yard,
comm. pool, $1750mo.
+ dep. 904-264-3572
OP Eagle Landing 4/3 on
Ik, 18 hole golf crs $1700
516 216-0569, 516-571
-4656, 516- 763-1946
OP/Magnolia Golf & Country
Club. Exec home, gated.
Nice. 2300sqft. Avail now
OP/Min's from NAS, 4/2
all apple, w/pool & svc.
5+ac's. Rent$1700m or
buy $250K 210-843-5452
OP/OAKLEAF 4/2 upgrds,
Ig fnc bckyd great
loc. $1350m. wkly maint.
OP S. 1600sf, Lkft 3/2 +
4bd/dn, fnc yd, Incld
Insp &trash nr NAS &
Sch. $1200 261-893.8610
Orange Park -2125
Sahara PI. 3/2 /1, pets
ok, $850mo. West Coast
Mgmt & Realty
Org Prk Co Club beauti-
ful brick hm 4/3, 2200sf
2 car gar. all amenities
A Ortega Manor 3/2
CH&A, wd hkup K/eq.
garage 5 min to HAS
JAX, no pets. $995 plus
Huge 5br 3.5ba, 2stry
3216 sq ft new home
in Pablo Bay ready to
move in. Intercom, 30
foot ceilings, grt
street Irg patio 2750 +
dep must see
3/2 gar, scrnd prch,
frpic, pool, tennis
PVB Beauty 4/3 scrnd
patio, lawn srvc, walk
to bch, RTO or lease opt
RIVERSIDE 3/1 $695
ch&a, 1169SF. Family Rm,
Grn Hse, Kit Equip Must C
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
SOUTHSIDE 3/1.5 $850
ch&a, HW Firs, WD Hkps
Screened Prch Kit Equip.
VANSANDT RE 389-3540
4br 2ba ch/a, swim-
ming pool. $995m +
New 4/2, upgrades. on lake
NS, good cred. $1695m.
3/2 hrdwood firs,
inground pool, cov-
ered carport, patio/back-
yard, contact Robert
Kernan Blvd. roommate
wanted, inci cbl,
$495mo+ utils 910-7285
Northside. Working Male
1/1 kit privl g. Pets ok
OP Fern Wanted to share
new 3500sf hm, rivervw
LARGE 2-STORY HOME
WITH POOL, $325
S+UTIL & DEP. 612-6646
S'SIDE N/S Male Share
Incid's Utils. 813-9951
9A/DUNN. 30 mins
from NAS JAX, May-
S1) port. $400mo all Iutll-
tes included. DSL
Direct, Near 1-95/295,
Junction N. Call Jeremy
w/Microwave & Refrig!
Low Daily/Wkly Rates!
10% Off for Wkly Room!
KINGS INN (904) 725-3343
EFFIC $100WK, Apt
$150week. also houses
for rent turn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904-302-5753
4 ORANGE PK/OAKLEAF
S Roommates wanted.
1 4/2. Fum except
$600mo, includes until,
91 ROOMMATES WANTED
4/2 FURN EXCEPT
$600mo, Includes utI.
Room for Rent, $375.
Monthly $200, deposit
Ps include electric,
call Sandy. 908- 7325
Estate Lake Home 4/2.5,
ch&a, 7ac, 400'on lake
St. Augustine $695wk.
352. 376-9644 WWW.
OCEAN VIEW -,Beach
house. Fernandina Bch,
Industrial for Sale
Industrial for Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Office Space
515 Retail/Office Space
NC Store + cabin $94,990.
20 acres, stream: $99,990.
919-693-8984 or .
1000- 1600sf, Zoned CG2,
2116 Atlantic Blvd.
WHSE, 20,000sf dry+6k
cool/cold strge. AvI now!
Dobbs Rd., St. Augustine
Call Robbie 904- 347-4434
l507 For Sale
Nutty Bavarian/OP Mall.
Turn- key rdy, $6500obo.
515 Office Space
JTB & PHILUPS
Starting at $375, utils
included. GOING FAST!
Call Rod 343-8922
First month rent free.
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1.920 1_ t i 1.520sl
ELaitprk Creat locat,,ion
525 For Renal
A NEW RETAIL CENTER
12 MO HALF RENT.
(904) 288 8500
NEW RETAIL CENTERS
800 6000 SF
12 MO HALF RENT.
CALL (904) 288 8500
560 Financial Se-rvCres
565M.-'ne-, [: Le-nd
570 M,.rnc.sge-. eouglit
- REV. Possible seller
NATIONAL DELI CHAIN
looking for potential
franchisee for great
location in Brunswick,
#1 RATED RES/COMM
Existing cust. base,
Immed. income- $75K.
REST/COFFEE SHOP FOR
SALE. 116 E. Adams St.
Shipping & Mailing Store
UPS, FedEx, Hvy traffic
area $18k 904-923-5409
Future is Stmonger.
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CAR HAULERS WANTED
Company Drivers &
0 /Ops. Lets talk about
it. Call Reese at Crown
BEAT THE HEAT
Drive a late model
vehicle w a/c. Earn
600-800 per week. Call
904-493-5246. Ask for
DRIVER Dry Mix Concrete
Start $10 while training,
40+ hrs/wk 401K &bnfts
Jax & St. Aug area.
DFWP EOE 800- 656 8018
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potent.ai. Home ever,
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Appl, m664 Phililps
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LEADER i TlE PRECAST INDUSTRY
21, Saturday work,
clean MVR, verifiable:
10 yr employment & 1
'r dr,,ing in 24' trk No
criminal Dkgrd class
D-Lic. Exc, Pay. call
nurse for utilization
review & case mgt for
the Jax area. Organi-
zational, comp. skills &
managed care utiliza-
tion & case mgmt. exp.
req'd. Must be RN or
LPN. Local travel req'd.
Email resume to:
Rapidly growing man-
aged care company
seeks Comm. Relations
rep for our Jax ofc to
develop relationships &
support marketing &
provider relations. Exc.
organization & comp.
skills req'd. Healthcare
exp. preferred. Email
2 positions, full time.
package. Minimum 4
Education may be sub-
stituted. Salary range
$24,000- $34000/yr. Fax
resume to 777-7183.
Resources, Bldg 554,
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Part Time For busy pain
Fax resume 285-1707
Besides protecting our country, military
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DRIVERS- own your own
truck accepting appli
cations for lease pur
chase. Class A CDL'3
yrs exp. 276-5444
Professional class A.
drivers, OTR tractor
trailer, good pay. Great
home time, health ins.,
401K, paid vacation,
bonus pkg, & top
equipment al in a small
but backed up with
large company benefits.
Cal Randy 877- 440- 7890
Ask about our new pay
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benf, comp wage SIGN
ON BONUS904 940 1226
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Apply at 2480 North
Lane Ave. 835-8876
Class B lc. No Felonies.
Benefits. Apply in
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AVIATION FUELERS &
Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Aviation Ser
vices Group company)-
world's largest FBO &
aviation support net
work has immediate FT
openings: at our JAX
Int'l Airport facility.
, GENERAL AVIATION &
Exp. pref'd but not req'd.
Must have valid drivers
lic, HS Diploma/GED
and flexible availability.
1 yr min exp req'd. Valid
drivers lic, HS Diploma,
GED & flexible avail
Must pass drug screen,
10 year bckgrnd check.
Salary based on exp +
bnfts. Apply in person:
Signature Flight Sup
port, JAX Int'l Airport,
14700 Yonge Dr. EOE
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Call 813-2524 Daytime
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CATV COLLECTOR/ DIS-
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FT/P/T Must be
Must pass Bckgrd-
CONCRETE BOOM PUMP
OPERATOR Class B
CDL required. Exp pref
but wilI train right per
son Good pay. (904)
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w/ long time super Co.
Must have valid DL.
Insulated concrete [orm
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With commercial offJce.
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looking for a long-term
employee. Exc bnfts.
Please call.Tenant Con
tractors 265-1008 or fax
Journeyman & exp
helpers wanted in
Alachua area $10.00-
$17.00/hour. fax resume
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
Drug Free Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
at 904- 751- 8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
Electricians & Helpers
minimum years experience'
Benefit Package/ :
Great Working Environment
Above Average Pay Scales-i
Coastal Electric -
Of Florida, Inc.
2759 SL Johns Bluff Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32246
(904) 645-0026 ..n
FAX (904) 645-6186
We are an Equal Opportunity"
Drug Free Workplace
ROLLER OPERATORS &
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,.
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns .
Co. Project. DFW Appl at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX. OE
Duck wrap & Piping .
Strong work ethic w/
setup exp. Offline pgm
exp a plus. Company-
and vacation. Immed.
oppty for the right
indv. Yulee area. Call
Now hiring full time
tions, including forklift
mechanical and line
operators. We offer* a
real opportunity with
training, good pay and
benefits. We are
located West of Jack-,
sonville in a growing
Sanderson Pipe at
275-2833 an a ask for
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns :
Co. Project DFWP Apply-at-
7587 Wilson Blvd, JAX. EOE,.
SCall 772-1313 ,.
with commercial & resi,
tools & transportation.
632-0500 DFWP .
3 year minimum expert'
ence for spray painters -
project. PAINTERS -
HELPERS all Must have
tion. Pay based on exp.
Fast, reliable, rough
residential with refer-,
ences. Top pay with .
truck & bonus. Safe
driver. ex only Call
Rink vell Plumbing
Trim Plumbers for
Re-pipers for apt bidgs.
Drivers lic. req. Drug free.
Exc benefits and pay.
Vehicle, vacation, holidays
and 401k plan. Call
904-724-7211 ask for Gary.
HELPERS Exc. room for,
advancement. Exc. pay.
based on exp. and per
formance. P.d hol sac.
ins. Call (904) 743 7779
3+ yrs Ship Repair exp.
Long term assignments
in FL, VA, LA & MS OT
OSM / MILLWRIGHT
Call 1- 904 762- 0700 or
Email resume to:
RelIable niana I)oir&a
3+->rs e p. Cil 230-4184,
%,anted: 5 ,r ep mmin a
must W,:,r in slaml,
oriented DFWP. rep
or nla 904-261 5842
DOZER OPERATORS, EXCA.-
VATOR OPERATORS & OFF,-
THE ROAD DUMP TRUCK_ -
OPERATORS -9 Positions.
avail. Top pay, must have
exp. Ca1 l 912-496-0004
711 Marine c
711E Trade '
Min 6 Pack + Towin-
end. Exp'd small boai
handlers only. Able to
work wknds. 220-7500
Ship Building and Repair
Global Ship Systems, LLC
located in Savannah, GA
has an immediate need
for experienced joiners,
cabinet makers, pipe
fitters, machinists, and
certified welders. Pre
fer candidates with
experience in ship
building and repair.
Excellent salary, health
benefits, and 401K.
Steve Wheelock at
912-313-9672 or fax
resume to 912-443 0720.
Exp' 11 3rrm 9om. Must
h e o nr, tools
Ormond Beach area
40- nri 'k 101K & bfts
DFWP EOE 800 656- 8018
Exp. prefd. will Irain.
737-30(7 ask for Allen
I *J Professional
Manager for Leaoing
owner ana operator oi
lient surgery centers
bor our r3cmlity in Brun
saick. CA This puSI
tion requires an indi
laual witn an
qrour,a. ,relerably a
college degree The
idesl candidate must
nave 2.3 5,ears super
computer ,-? perience
as wiell 3. 3 knowledge
of rne-dmcaI terminology
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Carrier seeking ener-
in sales and manage-
ment necessary. Com-
petitive salary and
benefits. Please email
resume to: jJohnson
Managed care company
seeks a field review
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Homes Starting In The $170s!
Phase Two NOW SELLING!
* Close To Schools, Shopping
* Easy Access To 1-95 & 1-295
* Private Entrance to Community,
no Through Streets
For More Information, Please Call
1-295 North to Dunn Ave, Left on Dunn to Barrington Cove on the right (North) side of Dunn.
Homes Starting In The $7 90s!
* Peaceful country living just .
minutes from downtown!
Away from the traffic!
Conveniently located near fl e l" --
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St. to Halsema Rd. North on Halsema Rd, to Hunters Walk on the left.
Homes Starting In The $200s!
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Large homesites with lake front,
conservation, and corner lots
Conveniently located near
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Homes Starting In The LOW $200s!
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Conveniently located close to f1 .Iethe
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1-295 to exit 19 (Normandy Blvd.- SR 228) West on SR 228
approximately 7.6 miles to Weston Ranch on the right.
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PHARMACIST & PHYSICAL
Occu- Health Inc has
S openings) for PTA &
send resume w/
current licenses &
or fax (859) 873- 7982.
DENTAL ASSISTANT F/T
Min 1 yrs exp.
Fx 731.5755 Ph. 731-0432
endodontic office in
Mandarin looking for
caring personality to
help provide quality
care. Dental experi-
ence a must. Full time.
Some computer skills.
Fax resume to
260-6331, e-mail to
or call 260-6111.
position. for the Cam-
bridge Prep School
Competitive pay, 401K
& insurance. A great
opportunity in a grow-
ing school. 285-7997
Rental space avail,
upscale Mand. Salon
Call Mi 288-0100
Chenega Integrated Sys
terns, LLC seeks quail
ISO Management Rep
resentative. The FSO/
ISO advises as
requested on security
implications of new
proposals and busl
Provides overall man
-agement of the Quality
F-and ISO programs.
MaQualifed candidates will
-.have 3+ years of expe
,-.rence, or combination
of educaiton and expe
' ence, as an FSO and/
-'or Contractor Special
-"Security Office (CSSO)
'as well as 3+ years in
Ouality Management; a
,Fina Top Secret clear
, nce and be eligible for
'Complete job informa
"tion can be found at
SYou may also contact
us at 904. 861 -0400.
Preference will be
given to local candi
..tes. Please apply at
I g Hotels
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train- AM/PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Apply Mon- Sat, 2pm-
5pm. 3585 St. Johns Ave
We're looking for expe-
rienced Line Cooks to
Join our culinary team.
Competitive pay and
day one benefits
available. PT/FT, Must
be available nights and
weekends. Also hiring
Please apply in person:
6050 Youngerman Cir.
at 1.-295 & Blanding Blvd
in Orange Park
RETAIL SALES FLORAL
DESIGNER ,ur small
gin store FT.'PT. Aopl-,
1179S Eoaqevood Ase
Tues. -Sat. 10a-5:30p
less sales. Fax resume
For IndusirN Leader In
4.- 00 1 .0 0 100,000
FAX RESUME 783.9598
.OR CALL TODAY 783-8385
0 g Engineering
,. DIRECTOR OF
"-The AAA 4 diamond
, O'mni Jacksonville
-Hotel in Jacksonville,
- Zlorlda is seeking a
,A, director of Engineer-
S, 9g to join our Senior
The successful can-
'"tidate will have a
- st wrong working
- ,knowledge of elec-
tural pneumatics, and
'Strong project man-
"agement skills are
-required and you
must have at least
w three years of engi-
n eering operations
'skills utilizing vari-
'o'u s software
salary & benefits.
v ,,. Fax resumes to:
Human Resources at
(904'i 791-4808 or ?m:
.urfdding. omnih n lelf.eO,T
--.:s MFDV 'DFWP
Residential framing &
: structural knowledge
required. Will train on
CAD. email your resume
NEEDED. Exp. req'd.
Burg, Access, Fire,
CCTV. Full bufts. Fax
resume to 904 220- 3423
ACG is now hiring for
full-time 2nd and 3rd
shift officers In the
Jacksonville area. If you
have a Class D security
license please call
866-908-9301 or email
Brink's Inc. Is the pre
mier provider of
armored car transport
tlon. The customer-
focused individual we
hire will have except
tional ethics, Integrity
and will be self-moti
vated. The company
also has a full benefits
SFull Medical/Dental Pkg
:Quarterly Profit sharing
- Paid Vacation
Time & half for 40+ hrs
Qualified candidates will
* Successful Polygraph
* Successful background
* Drug test/ D.O.T. physical
Please apply in person
between 9am 4pm at
33 West 2nd Street. For
directions or more
information please call
(904) 353-4331. Brink's
is an equal opportunity
Exp. nec, needed for
Orange Park area.
Exp'd In turnkey plumb
& electrical, Vaid DL.
Transpt. Bkground &
drug test reqd. Exc
benefits. Apply at 1214
Labelle St Call for
for containerized and
bulk cargoes. Military
or similar background
helpful. Jax area, some
travel. Apply to HR Mgr,
P.O.Box 891461, Hous
ton, TX 77289
Looking for experienced
SERVICE REPS FT Will
train Exc pay & ben-
efits gd driving
The TPC at Sawgrass is
searching for a Preven-
Tech, responsible for
assisting Equip Man-
ager and Equip Tech in
nance on golf course
Complete daily service
records, help maintain
parts inventory, main-
tain shop area in a neat
and orderly manner,
clean and organized.
Basic knowledge of
engine mechanics and
maintenance. We offer
competitive pay, uni-
forms, health insur-
ance and many more
benefits. For consider-
ation, call 273-3248.
TIONIST must have exp
& refs. Exc people skills
and strong computer
skills req'd. Located at
5844 Fort Caroline Rd.
Salary neg. Fax resume
744-0640 Ph. 744-1100
Come join an excep-
tional team at a small
animal clinic commit-
ted to compassionate
patient care on beau-
tiful Amelia Island!
Immediate opening for
certified Vet. Tech.
seeking individual who
will bring enthusiasm,
strong technical skills
& good client commu-
nication. Be challenged
on a daily bases work-
ing in dentistry, sur-
gery and wellness care.
ur clinic sees a wide
array of exciting
medical & surgical
cases. Salary based on
experience & we offer a
package. Apps can be
sent to Fernandina
Beach Animal Clinic
1868 S. 14th St Fernan-
dina Beach, Fl 32034 or
WHO DELIVERS THE
VERIZON PHONE BOOKS?
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People who want
EXTRA MONEY for Bills,
Vacation, school or...
You could earn
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Routes will go F A S T !
Call or stop by a
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10543 Canada Dr
5107 University Blvd. W
800-518-1333 Ext 103
HARBOR MASTER P/"
Queen's Harbour Yacht
& Country Club
Mon. Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun
Ask for Harbor Master
TUPPERWARE Full time
pay for P/T hours,
make it your business
to sell or purchase.
Visit my website or call
Jobs available now!
Deliver the BellSouth Real Yellow
Pages telephone book in the
* Full & Part Time Daily Work
* Pay within 72 hours
* Must be 18 or older and have
drivers license & insured vehicle.
For immediate connection
press # 4 for Operator
$9/HR TO START
4378 Ocean Street
Mayport Fl 32233 or
Fax resume 904-270-2797
Drug Free workplace.
SIn home day-care on
Base now available for
L Infant and toddler
care. Please call
BASIC BRAIDS 4 KIDS
Corn rows, scalp
1 braids, boxed braids
with or without beads
Call KlIsha @241.-9402
Painting & Hm Repairs
No job to small.
all guaranteed. Free
Estimate. Cell 509-6242
905 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
922 Collectables and
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
980 Sporting goods
990 Wanted to Buy
a SERVER- Mahogany
buffet server, 1920's. 2
.1) Irg drawers, 2 Irh side
1996 to see call
T Whirlpool, black,
| r asking. $200obo,
-4 call 912.882- 5276
.. DRYER/ KITCHEN AID
S large capcty, 6yrs.,
"1 very good condition,
$90 or best offer,
a Maytag Washer
S Tappan Dryer. Gently
)lf used, white $225 obo,
S will sell separately
GE Spacemaker, Black,
SWhirlpool, $185.2 yrs.
old, black and bisque
cash only 472-1417
anytime for more details.
with icemaker. $200,
$35, electric stove, $75. Dish-
washer, $70.777- 0594 CASH
SKenmore 18 cubic
Si ft., white, like new,
S ce maker, asking
coil, stovetop oven,
white, G.E. 2 yrs old,
great condition. Call
278-8995 anytime, $100obo
VALLEY CLASS II
Universal under frame
hitch removed from
96' Jeep Cherokee. Fits
a wide year range $40.
All white Kenmore
41 Washer whirlpoo
dryer. $300 for both.
duty, $235. Fridge, $135.
Stove $160; 904.641.9667
SItchenaid Dryer Set.
t Almond. $125. kitch-
enald cooktop &
downdraft. Almond, $65,
S, Whirlpool, stacked
Heavy duty washer &
dryer combo, 2 yrs.
old, outstanding condition.
Washer & Dryer
white, $50 each.
905 AFor Sale
S13'x9' modem rng,
$100. Jewelry box
S(women's) $10. Kinex
(screaming!) $20. Can e-mail
S2in- 1 GAME TABLE
S pool/air hockey,
4 s includes all
accessories, $65 obo.
Call 772-7031 or 553. 0056
4 2x4x8 untreated. $2ea.
STredmill, $500. Wicker
patio fum., slightly
ci newed by dog, $75.,
Twin Bed, $S00.
55 GALLON SALTWTR
S aquarium w/solid
J cherry hood stand.
Lights, filters, test kit,
rod, everything needed.
$600 obo. 912-322-7889
a 75 GALLON AQUARIUM
i $300,350 Chevy Engine
L> Parts. 817- 366-1589 or
ANTIQUE MILK CAN
AM/FM, radio, $25,
Boombox, $4S. 781m222
4 ANTQ DIN TABLE
I 6 chairs extra leaf
with matching China
condition, sacrifice for
I E Complete 55 gallon
"Lwith solid wood stand,
filters, fish, accesso-
ries, everything goes, $90.
9 For Sale
| black & tan, (Eddie
Bauer Edition) like
pocket size. Lots of
Features, takes great
pictures with case &
CHAIN LINK DOG
KENNEL 6X6X12 with
gate, $150obo, call
772-7031 or 553-0056
CHROME (4) 22" X20"
wrath 327 rims, 5
pirellis tires. 5 lug w/
lug nuts, lock.
Exc. condition, $1500 obo.
Like New $4500
l Computer, Monitor
and desk, $500. Sim-
Qn Mattress Set, $300.
T (2) pair. Wood,
adjustable, like new,
each pair, $8.268-2482
DINING RM LIGHT
1 FIXTURE with 6
shades, $35 Caslo
keyboard, $25, used
boxspring & mattress,
Vl White, never used
$125. Zenith HDTV 27
Incl $400, XBOX System with
games, $125. Call 386-3724
SGAS BC GRILL
Aussie Portable pro-
ftlpane travel grill, never
S used, folds down,
compact with wheels, $75.
S GAS EDGER
6 lawnmucher, $75
Bys 20" Bke,$10-
Accordlan 120 Base,
HAND TOOLS, Air Com-
pressor, metal Lathe,
Radial Arm Saw,
Welder, 1Ox10 Rollup dr,
ladders, desk, file cab,
much more. Everything
1450 Sheffield Rd. (Switz)
JET-3 ultra motor-
1 Ized, wheelchair used
:g approx 5x, new $5769,
sell for $2500 obo. Too
many options to list.
904- 548-.1161/912- 573-2149
S| backsplash also Island
counter top, 7x4t.
w/two recliners, good
tL condition, $150,
Track, EXP 20001, $175.
MUST SELL this weekend.
H VALLEY CLASS III
SUniversal under frame
V. hitch. Removed from
1996 Jeep Cherokee.
Fits a wide year range, $40.
I large modular
kdl u-shaped corner
hutch, Peninsula pro-
fessional quality like new,
sacrifice for $1100.
F POOL TABLE 7 FT.
S 1in, slate, maple
finishs, leather pockets,
all accessories, mint
cond., moving $950.
Call Ron 904-707-4778
RING- 14K gold wing
Sring & pin, $S$150 sz 5
S|weudding dress, white
S must see $165, per-
sian Thailand rug, $75.
S4 Pr girls pants (khaki &
blue) size 6
4 Pr girls shorts with fv
cuff (khaki) size 6,6x
S2 Girls skorts (tan) size 6
1 Girls skort (blue) size 5
6 Burgundy & grey plaid
jumpers size 6,6x
2 Blue jumpers size 6,6x
CALL 7048859 & Leave a
message, if interested.
TRAIL STAR JR.
6hp, 2wd, 2 seater top
speed, 25mph, roll
bars asking, $450. Call
TV STANDS (2) wood
adn glass. $35 each,
L both $50.292-0881
U NAME IT GIFTS & MORE
Gifts, collectibles, home,
garden and seasonal
S like new, microwave,
Q ; color TV, photo
printer, boating raft +
supplies. Pentax K1000
baby car seat, other Items.
Must sell. 662-6904
WELD RIMS (4), 18x12
36x1550 Mickey Mtz
ATOZ YOU CAN
SAVE UP TO 90% ON
358-2265 or 259-2292
S36x48 Kinco Insulated
S sinlehung, $30.
4 Drawer Fireproof Files
Gator Office Furniture
OFFICE FURN. Exec desks
& credenzas, nice lobby
sofa, end tbis + conftbl
w/chrs etc. 249-0904
Q *# Collectables
922^- & Jewelry
STI, 20-Franc Brilliant
i Uncirculated Gold
Rooster Coins. 1906,
1914, $199 each, 269-1478
DO YOU COLLECT FAST
FOOD TOYS? I have
below blue book prices.
922 & Jewelry
4 SILVER BARS 1OZ
and rounds, $14.5oz
Bar, $70,10 oz bars,
silver eagles, $18+ 269-1478
Sband..36 ct. 1.03
cttw, make offer.
LAPTOP -HP, 17", loaded,
, 512mb, $1100 obo.
Th Floor Speakers. 2
- Fisher 1s50w ea. 2
<| Pioneer 100w ea. VGC
S$30 per pair. 261.-5205
S TV. 14 in RCA
I Flat screen front and
4 rear A/V. Sleep timer,
STV- 19" Philips
N.w/remote. $50 obo,
11 call 278-8995
HVAC 1.Ston w/ han-
Sdier. $300; 1.Ston cen-
/ trial A/C. $150; trailer
furnace- $250; fire-
place- $250. Allobo,
Arl. Sat & Sun 8a-2p
12017 Cobblewood Ln N.
Moving sale all must go
Arl Sat only 6/24 7a-7p
lots of good & beautiful
items 7020 Oakwood Dr
Camden. off Harriet's Bluff.
This Sat. 8-2, baby Items,
furn., misc. 143 Deerwood
Village Dr. 912.-673-6675
E. ARL -moving sale Sat
8-2 12618 Enchanted
Hollow Dr. Off Girvin Rd.
Huge variety, too much
MAND. Furn/misc items.
Sat. 6/24, 7:30-12pm.
11781 Coastal Lane W.
M'burg Moving Sale Sat
Sun 8- ? Everything from
A-Z. 4026 Clifford Ln
M'BURG off Old Jennings
1089 Foxmeadow Tri. Sat
8-4. Furn, horse eqpt, etc
a, MOVING SALE
furniture, baby items,
-1b 'call 771-6593/"
536-4366. DUVAL MAGGIE
CIRCLE ask for Fabby
Sale I Sat 6/24. 1383
Elmar Rd. (end of dirt rd
on left) Elect, furn,
'glswr, toys, clothes etc
.T Sat 8.1. Baby
-- maternity clothes,
toys, much morel
2871 Circle Ridge Dr.
Ortega Multi Family Sale
children toys & furn.Sat
7-12; 4619 Verona Ave.
a, ORTEGA On Going
S8358 Sterling Dr. S.
L 32244 Tv's, dvd, tv,
vcr, computer monitor,
printer, paints, computer
esks, more. 904- 803- 6617/
S'side/Baym Big Sale Fri,
Sat, Sun, 8am storage
unit full: furn, hsehoFd,
ciths, etc. 7845 Jolliet Dr
BARGAIN HUNTERS GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
d s CRAFTSMAN
B l Riding lawnmower
with hard bagger, runs
great, moving, must sell.
912.576- 5540/ 904- 537-1015
RIDING LAWN MOWER
CRAFTSMEN 26 HP 48"
Cut, never used, $1250
best. 904-78& 6062
a SEARS CRAFTS-
S MAN II, Lawn
iJltractor. 12.5 HP, 38"
cut 5 spd, $250.
a SEARS RIDING MOWER
S 36", 11HP, $350. RUns
1 good, Call Dan
573- 9874 (w) or 4p- 8p
@ hm 912. 729- 4001
2 Full BR Sets $399ea, LR
furn, den furn, all in
gd cond, make offer 904
Armnnolre Holds 32"TV,
S bookcase on side
S storage on bottom
$90; bedroom furni-
ture, gold winged chairs.
BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-9350
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
King $160 (904) 674-0405
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr in
plastic 391.1105 can del
BED $140 ON PT box &
mattress, brand name,
new in plastic.858-9350
BED $150 Qn Pillow Top
Brand New Can Deliver
BED $349 Beautiful new
temp-pedic MEM. box
& matt in plastic, 7yr
warr 398-5200 can de v
BED $370 ALL NEW
VISCO Memory Foam
Sets. Kings from $599
BED A Brand Name $185
King Set. NEW w/warr
Can deliver. 391-0015
BED Brand name Kg pill
topSET. $299. New, w/
warr. Can del. 391-0015
4, Bedroom furniture
I Queen bed with two
| night stands and
dresser with mirror.
BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395. 858- 9350 Can deliv
a Chester Drawers (2)
/ (1) three drawer, one 4
904- 62oS 376
955 Household 955 Household
COUCH-3 piece END TABLE w/lamp &
ST sectional leather bookcase combo. $5.
lI couch tan, rediner t 573-9707/674-4453
seats. Very comfort-
able, must seel call
282-4960. Asking $550. Ent. Cntr-ContemP-
COUCH-7ft. rary.3 sections each,
S tapestry fabric 4 1 lighted, holds 32 In
Broyhll excellent t television white
d condition to get knockdown ceiling texture,
information cal $300.904 4140 2696
912-673-6496 after Spm
0 Entea n Cetr,
BEDROOM FURNITURE Entertainment Center,
DRESSERS. ONE LONG O oak, very big, VGC.
9 DRAWERS, ONE TALL \L. 573-9707/6744453.
DRESSER, MATCHING END $400bo
TABLES AND TWO LARGE
CALL 64~ 0630 L ENTERTAINMENT
a_ DRESSER TRIPLE OAK b I ,4 CENTER
S with lmirror, $150. %L,' Holds 32", tv, beautiful
SIt 2 oak nightstands wood, $100, end
$100 Blue overstuffed o tables, $50 esa, sofas,
chair wth oak trim, $100ea. everything excel-
$20.908-7935 lent condition, call 648-0630
Electronic Hosp. Bed
1300. Exercise Equip.
$75 obo. Formal Din Rm Entertainment Cntr
table w/6 chairs, cherry $75 or best offer
$500 obo. 904-215-91014 336-202-7250
Entertainment Center -
Oak. Glass Front Doors
Speaker boxes. Shelves.
Plenty of storage. Great
Condition. Will sell with
32" Sony TV for $1300
obo. Or without TV
$1100 obo. 278-9621 Iv
Kitchen table, bedrm,
1 other. Moving.
317-6618 weekend (days
only) Weekday (days)
S Glider Rocker
Blue adn oak.
4 Good condition, $35.
HIDE- A- BED SOFA
S light brown, $50.
LR -Designer sofa, char,
ottoman perfect cond,
& 8pc Winston patio
furn exc cond. 273-6158
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OAK TOP KITCHEN TABLE
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4 PLATFORM BEDS
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choose from black or grey.
RECLINER -tan, new
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1010 pets & cond.3 mal sB w MINI cOOPERS'02 Auto, CD,pwr kg $11,500 TO Stk#G2055$10,588 9 f f I)I :C S
Supplies& Lt koa Blue/Black, 6SPD19K Mr. Ramsey 72r,70MExt4119 TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX 371.48W EMMAUDI 14620SoutysideBlvd 642-4100 E CRAEY
uls APEX A-9 ASH TISDELLE 810-323'5795 Lincoln Towncar "9B SCION XA'`06 4660,100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000460RDE FORBMERCURYlvd.KEN2CHANEY 39
Signature, 1 owner, like Stk#G005 $13,9881GARBERFII R 28Cave97
Pups tiles docked $400oogs 2002,rgid. inflatable /7'^ BMWX33.01'06 new, 74Kml,325m4gail TOM BUHAyO'71 GrenCoveSprings :264-4502 7447Blanding Blvd. .. .
AQUARIUM- small 282.4OO4orcoU LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE .437124, 346-7938660 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371-4877 B
/ withfluorescent light, 7ST-373 .8794 998-0012TO B S Tk#6 1$ 8EA e n5 Tl i v9 -
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manual all for $28.268- 2482 Boats, Motors,W & Trailers new top, ithr 66kemi garaged 80,300 Ymles. XLS '03 Extra low LP111d0' Hwy.'90"-2u2Tf325
Any Condition! exc c ur~d, $11,956 white/grey, Excellent miles. $17,990i f d 0 .
Australian She1 9wks "The Used Parts People" 829-8303 )$7,400 OBO 731-4660 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE MIKE DATI D1NFORD0 Dwww.ltusof9acksonvi.com
males. $300. 904-779-259090T 0 T t Camy-E.0
PaglePusAKC Premium CAR725-3
So 12 10 Sailboats $3 5EXECUTIVE $12,900 53K ml exc cond .- 0 TOM BUHB 9 A .ncBl IIN T
7500. 83-2341,237828. co oI. 998-0012 GORDON CHEVROLET $13,50 0obo 33 7015 TFM BuS M/UA
a 14.5' Catamar w/lb & BUICK REGAL OS '98 alloys, spoiler, low ml.OFM
2 female s.p$400 12inreg av.Gator trailer $600. Stk#B UC71 99A. $6988 IMAZDA MIATA '01 $10,500. 599-58533COG- 9NPTOYOTA1i vAVENUES
BOSTON TERRIER PUPS / RV's & fl Buick Rendezvous CXL Beautiful! $11,980 TOYOTA COROLLA LE 7700"BlautomahBlGABBM -3UICK Bl a CIn l7 0 0 5 PIlisOYOTA 6- 033
CKC, small, cute, s/w 1230SuAll factory toys + LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE blfr/cd cruise on- m 264-4502ERlBUIC
2M/3F $350. 912 -57 2654 Sup lesdeale oryt n9 8 0trol exc. cond, only Green Cove Sprngs 2 -450N C016NNA 4M I BlvdPI RSO-TO OT
BOXER PUPS AKC 3M/!4F Sales, Service. Parts CADILLAC DEVILLE $11,995. Call 899-5853 VOLKSWAGEN PAcAT 't0 u t. t 6yit 0I GMC TRUCKS DRUI O CARS iiCer Cc 11
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PO P $600. 888-837-7735 A lachua (38 6)462 .3039C- Tan. $18,495 M ER C ED ES SL320 '9 7, ABSh $ 1, 5 # 3 m1 tacB3 T c
pu A 800-41-6439 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Red/tan/2 tops. 67K, ASH.TISDELLEB06-3235795 B7
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Cavalier Kig Charles awnings on all win- PearlGwhite/tan, 0165 $10,988 ABS. $13,050 #11969A ..
pups reg. hlth uar, downs. Call h. 254.6168/ navigation S21,980 TOMBUSHAUTOPLEX371-48 T7 ASHT L E"0 P
tranp av., 47g 675.6781 22-9.921-4801. $1SK LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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DACHSHUNDS red, b&t, 4,. CADILACD1O LJa tCK I ASHTISELLEBO 323 PARKER CA I.lHAC 11003Atlantic Blvd. 565-8802 3
& 4 wks $350 2351244 en loaded 22" rims, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT '02. HP"K"RCA ILLCB100 A.riT lvd 56-8 80a E
Entertainment system 998 -012 GLS; Silver, AT, 4cyl, AC, 283 San Marco, St Aug 824 -9111 AC0 1N H OENDA CITY MITSUBISHI + .
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CHEVY CAMARO Z28 '02 TOM BUSH AUTOPLEX 371 .4877 VOLKSWAGEN $ 3 2898 U ,S. Hwy S 1:801-455-1689 .Philpselle
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or rough coat, HC. $450 Coleman Cheyenne CHEVY CORVETTE '05 MITrSUBISHI MONTERO 00 '02 Green Cove Sp2ngs 264-4502 7
904-2919301/5096843 Camper '00. AC, great Stk#5938A $43,988 3260D $8988 VOLKSWAGEN JETAA '02 G750iBslanding Blvd. -78100
temp 229 247 5493 Dutchman Travel Trailer Stk#FB36. $15,988 70MUSTANG OT 04' Blvd.327 20oTEI
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Chihuahuas 9o-37-6177. 9123227441-1 Hs I 1.95 Exit 129, FernBch. Jeep of Orange Park CARS INC. 8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001
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PUPS. 1F/2M. 743941 / leal g Mr. Ramsey 072 73i00W. t 4119d I AT.ANTIC DODGE 1736 CassatAve. 38779210384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
MIN PINS -AKC, quality $2400obo, call 270 8389 Civilian ROLLS ROYCE ORIO
oups, red n/f, black '04Tou CHRYSLER SEBRING CONV
tan H/C. 70 -6925 oun.eterC6 I $0 DOWN I OF ST.AUGUSTINE RICK KEFFER 895 N. Ronald Renagan Blvd Tom Bush Autoplex
Midnight Star01, alloy, CD $12,900 00-228.
OLD ENGLISH SHEEP DOG Yamaha 16c, 41 Mr. Ramsey 7300 Ext 4119 2330 USI So1th 354-421 129 B 8022174 Longwoo0d/Orlando 407339-3443 9875 Atlantic Bd 371-4877
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