FISC, NAVCOMTELSTA Ceremonies
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Kids Learn About Animal Habitats On Base
Kid Fit Week
Teaching Kids To Be Healthy
THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2006
By Judy Hartman
NAVAIR Depot Jax Public Affairs Specialist
Commanding Officer Capt. John Scanlan presented Lt.
Pete Amendolare with the Naval Air (NAVAIR) Systems
Command Calendar Year (CY) 2005 Aviation Safety
Award June 26.
Amendolare, depot aviation safety officer, provided daily
leadership by coordinating a highly effective aviation safety
program that included safety stand downs, command job haz-
ard assessments and developing operational risk management
(ORM) worksheets used by flight crews and maintenance per-
Although Amendolare accepted this award, it is a tribute to
all the employees of NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville. For the fifth
time in seven years, the depot has been selected as the winner
of this prestigious award.
NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville is proud to have closed out CY-
05 with a remarkable 39 years and 27,969.5 flight hours of
Class A/B mishap-free flying. This accomplishment is especial-
ly remarkable considering the extensive repairs aircraft
receive at the depot to make them carrier worthy again.
Some examples of these repairs are extensive sheet metal
Photo courtesy of Naval Air Depot Jax
Naval Air Depot Jacksonville Commanding Officer Capt. John
Scanlan (left) presents Lt. Pete Amendolar with the Naval Air
Systems Command Calendar Year 2005 Aviation Safety Award
repairs made because of corrosion from salt water, wing
replacement, and the upgrade of aircraft electronic systems.
After these repairs are made, the aircraft is reassembled and
functional operational checks are performed.
Depot pilots perform the test flights and when all systems
check out, the aircraft is painted and returned to the fleet.
The goal of the NAVAIR Safety Program is to increase readi-
ness throughout the Navy by reducing aircraft systems dam-
age and personnel injuries caused by product deficiencies. In
addition, NAVAIR personnel are protected through proactive
safety awareness and ORM.
That safety goal has been met, as evidenced by the products
completed for the fleet. Safety and quality are more than just
words. To the artisans of NAVAIR Depot Jacksonville, they are
a way of life.
data on Web
From Chief of Naval Personnel Public
personal information on more than 30,000
Navy Sailors and family members discov-
ered on a civilian Web site in June pro-
vided data on personnel who were stationed in
areas affected by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
The Chief of Naval Personnel was notified
June 22 that an open Web site contained five
spreadsheet files with personal information.
including the name, birth date and social secu-
rity numbers of several Navy members and
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service
(NCIS) is investigating how the information
was obtained, why it was posted, and how long
the information was on the Web site.
The Navy continues to notify individuals who
were affected, and the Navy Personnel
Command (NPC) call center in Millington,
Tenn., is manned 24 hours a day to assist
Sailors and their families. ?The NPC call cen-
ter number is 1-866-U-ASK-NPC (1-866-827-
Letters were mailed to all 30,618 service
members and their families affected by the
data loss. In addition, information on how to
watch for suspicious activity on personal
accounts is posted on the NPC Web site -
There is no evidence that any of the data has
been used illegally thus far. However, individu-
als are encouraged to carefully monitor their
bank accounts, credit card accounts and other
Restoring a road no longer traveled
help preserve a
piece of history
By MC2(AW) Suzie Cornell
he NAS Jacksonville Envi-
teamed up with Sailors
from Transient Personnel Unit
Jacksonville at Westside Regional
Park June 27 to renovate 400 feet
of a historical brick road that was
built in 1917.
Westside Regional Park was
originally part of Camp Johnston
and is owned by the Navy, who
leases it to the city of Jackson-
ville for public recreational access.
The historical brick road had
not been kept up over the years
and aside from the small signs
posted nearby, went unseen by
The road was in desperate need
of renovation. Nine volunteers
showed up to help with the proj-
ect, bringing shovels, brooms,
wheel barrels and a lot of elbow
power. The city provided a bobcat
and a claw truck to hall off the
debris and the base rented a
"This has really been a team
effort. There were so many people
who contributed their time and
equipment to this project," stated
NAS Jax Environmental Depart-
ment Natural Resources Intern
"I wanted to preserve history.
When I was hired four years ago,
I was tasked with turning the
park around. What we are doing
here today is really going to make
it better for park visitors," stated
Photos by MC2(AW) Suzie Cornell
Members from the NAS Jax Environmental Department and Transient
Personnel Unit Jacksonville work together to clean up the debris on the
historical road at Westside Regional Park June 27.
Leslie Royce, a park naturalist
with the city of Jacksonville who
runs the park's nature center.
During Home Depot's Annual
Day of Service, 200 volunteers
worked on the 16-foot wide,
3,000-foot long road. Home Depot
volunteers completed 1,000 feet of
the road, made signs and added a
loop along the road making it
wheelchair accessible. Base per-
sonnel continued the project by
clearing another 630 feet of
debris and reconstructing parts of
the brick road.
The city has since maintained
the newly cleared section of road
by blowing it off three times a
week. "I am very pleased with the
results. In just a few hours, we
have drastically improved the
appearance and usability of the
brick road," stated LaBella. "Our
hope is that the improvements to
the park will encourage people to
Frank Sigona of the NAS Jax Envi-
ronmental Department carefully
helps reconstruct the brick road.
enjoy its many trails and learn
the history of this area as well."
The project is currently about
half completed and more volun-
teers are needed to finish clearing
the road. "It's putting the word
out to get people to volunteer.
Getting the kids involved, doing
From left, Laura LaBella, Will Henry, Christine Bauer, Frank Sigona, Billy
Brownfield, SN Bryson Callaway, SN Katavin Dowdell, Ken Ward and
Tony Mackey commence breaking up the blanket of debris that covers the
1917 historical brick road at Westside Regional Park June 27.
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Ken Ward of the NAS Jax Environ-
mental Department shovels some
dirt to uncover the brick road.
something that makes an impact
on the community," stated NAS
Jax Assistant Hazardous Waste
Manager Billie Brownfield.
Westside Regional Park offers a
variety of programs such as, dis-
covery and theme walks, evening
programs, Owl Prowl, Enviro-
camp, Wee Workshops and Curi-
ous Naturalist. Visitors can also
Christine Bauer of the NAS Jax En-
vironmental Department, digs
through debris to uncover the his-
torical brick road in the park.
become part of the VIP program
by volunteering in the park for
some clean, green, safe and fun
times. All that is needed is enthu-
siasm and time. Park hours are 5
a.m. 7 p.m. (5 a.m. 9 p.m. dur-
ing daylight savings time).
For additional information, call
TOUCHING Naval Hospital to host town hall meeting The meeting is an opportunity for hospital staff to update
patients on military health care and to receive comments
B A E Naval Hospital Jacksonville will host a medical town hall and suggestion
meeting July 19 at 2 p.m. in their second-floor conference For more information, contact the hospital's customer
room at Naval Hospital Jacksonville. relations office at 542-9175.
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Looking back in time...
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Two NAS Jax Sailors work on one of the heavy bombers under the watchful eye of their chief petty officer in the 1950s.
I recently subscribed to a
new magazine and instead
of paying by credit card
they told me they could
just take the money out of
All I needed to do was to
send them a blank check
with "void" written on the
front and they would take
care of the rest. It seems
that more companies are
using this method of pay-
Is this a good thing?
Seems to me it is because I
do not have to pay any
interest like I would if it
were on a credit card.
According to a recent
article in the Navy Times,
service members should
use caution when authoriz-
ing an automatic deduction
from a bank or credit
If the money is not avail-
able, the lenders may try
to collect payment multiple
time triggering multiple
overdraft fees. Although
this method of payment is
convenient and there are
no interest charges, there
are other dangers. Here
are some tips to avoid
Be careful before sign-
ing any agreement for elec-
tronic debiting. Know how
much will be debited and
Make sure you have
enough money in you
account to cover the debit.
Multiple fees may be
charged and they are
Be sure to record debits
and checks; always balance
your checkbook including
If things do not look
right let your bank or cred-
it union know right away.
They will not be able to
solve the problem if they
do not know about it.
If you notice multiple
requests for payments that
rack up returned-check
fees, contact your credit
union or bank immediately
and ask for a refund of the
fees. Ask how you can
avoid the problem in the
Report lenders or mer-
chants who have triggered
repeated attempts for pay-
ment to your state con-
sumer affairs office. In
Florida, call the Florida
Department of Financial
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NAS Jacksonville Air
Hometown: Molalla, Oregon
Family Life: Married and we are expecting a
Past Duty Stations: USS O'Brien (DD
975), USS Doyle (FFG 39)
Career Plans: To complete my college
Most Interesting Experience: Living in
'Words of Wisdom: Stay Navy!
. RONNIE STONER
Access Logic, Inc.
Family Life: Proud father of a 14-year-old
Past Duty Stations: Millington, Tenn.
Career Plans: To excel in the electronics
field and in nature and wildlife photography.
Most Interesting Experience: Open
water snorkeling in the reefs.
Words of Wisdom: Notice the little things
in life, the large ones don't always make up the
You are invited to the following Base Chapel
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
Protestant Sunday School program is at 9:45-
10:45 a.m., and Catholic CCD is 10:45 a.m.-
NAS Jacksonville Commanding Officer .................Capt. Chip Dobson
NAS Jacksonville Executive Officer Capt. Chuck Tamblyn
Command Master Chief CMDCM(SW) Chris Green
Public Affairs Officer Rick Crews
Assistant Public Affairs Officer Miriam S. Gallet
Naval Air Station lacksonville Editorial Staff
Editor Kaylee LaRocque
Assistant Editor JO1 Mike England
Staff Writer LI1 (SW/AW) Heather Ewton
Design/Layout George Atchley
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FISC Jax to hold change of command
C apt. Karl Rau will
relieve Capt. Vincent
Griffith as command-
ing officer, Fleet Industrial
Supply Center (FISC),
Jacksonville in a tradition-
al change of command cere-
mony Monday at Hangar
Rau was raised in China
Grove, N.C. He graduated
from the University of
North Carolina, Charlotte
in 1981 and received his
commission via Officer
Candidate School in
Newport, R.I. in April 1982.
Rau completed the six-
month basic qualification
course for supply officers at
the Navy Supply Corps
School in Athens, Ga.
Rau's first afloat tour was
aboard the aircraft carrier
USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70),
which he joined shortly
after the ship's commission-
ing. During his tour, Rau
served as the ship's ward-
room officer and material
officer making two deploy-
ments, an eight-month
cruise in 1983 and a West-
ern Pacific/Indian Ocean
deployment in 1984/85.
Rau transferred to the
NAS/Naval Air Test Center
Patuxent River, Md. in
March 1985 where he
served as supply operations
officer and as aviation sup-
port division officer.
He then returned to the
Navy Supply Corps School
in March 1987 where he
served a three-year tour as
an instructor and branch
head for the Uniform
Automated Data Processing
System for Stock Points
Rau began his first de-
partment head afloat tour
as supply officer of USS
Halyburton (FFG-40) in
March 1990. During his
tour, the ship had a combat
deployment to the Persian
Gulf and Red Sea in sup-
port of Operation Desert
Storm. The ship also con-
Capt. Karl Rau
ducted extensive counter-
narcotics operations in the
From 1992 to 1993, Rau
attended the Naval Post-
graduate School in Monte-
rey, Calif., earning a master
of science degree in man-
agement with a curriculum
emphasis in inventory sys-
Rau reported to the staff of
Commander, Naval Air
Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
Norfolk, Va. At COM-
NAVAIRANT, he served as
supplies and equipage
budget officer, surface inte-
grated logistics support
officer and afloat inventory
Rau reported to the
Naval Inventory Control
Point (NAVICP), Philadel-
phia, Pa. in January 1997,
serving as the director of
the industrial support divi-
sion and then later as
director of the industrial
material support project
office. In May 1999, he
reported to the Office of the
Chief of Naval Operations
in Washington, D.C., serv-
ing as a staff action officer.
Rau served as the supply
officer of USS Nimitz
(CVN-68) from May 2001 to
April 2003 leading a
department of more than
680 Navy professionals pro-
viding a complete array of
logistics and support servic-
es to the ship and its
embarked air wing and
Capt. Vincent Griffith
In June 2006, Rau com-
pleted his second tour at
the NAVICP where he has
served as director of avia-
tion operations for three
Rau is Defense Acquisi-
tion Workforce Improve-
ment Act Level III certified
and is a member of the
Navy's Acquisition Profes-
Additionally, he has been
recognized by the Society of
Logistics Engineers as a
certified public logistician.
Rau recently completed
through the Advanced
Management Program at
the Fuqua School of
Business, Duke University.
Griffith stands relieved
after an extremely success-
ful tour highlighted with
numerous significant and
ments, including leading
the material support inte-
gration transformation of
FISC Jacksonville and
CNIC supply personnel and
functions into a single
and leading crisis response
and logistics planning dur-
ing and following the dev-
astating 2004 and 2005
In the area of transfor-
mation, he executed the
Navy Supply (NAVSUP)
Material Support Integra-
tion Initiative between
Regions South, Gulf Coast
and Southeast, which
aligned 21 sites, 337 mili-
tary and civilian personnel,
and resources totaling over
, $24.6 Mil with Commander,
Fleet and Industrial Supply
Griffith also acted as
NAVSUP's lead for crisis
logistics support through-
out Hurricanes Ivan, Ka-
trina, Rita and Wilma,
orchestrating afloat and
ashore logistics require-
ments in each area directly
impacted by storm disrup-
tions. Thereafter, he and his
staff have coordinated the
contracting of over $6 mil-
lion in recovery require-
ments and leveraged this
experience to facilitate
local, regional, COMFISC
and NAVSUP resources to
improve crisis planning and
codify crisis doctrine.
Griffith's next assign-
ment will be as force supply
officer for Commander,
Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific
The NAS Jax Fire
like to remind ever-
yone that when
calling for an emer-
gency on base, the
correct number is
If you dial 9-1-1,
the call will go the
patcher in down-
who will then have
to call the base fire
respond to the call.
By calling the on-
base phone num;
ber, crucial min-
utes could be
saved during an
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NAVCOMTELSTA Jax I
change of command tomn
Jacksonville ---. i%
mdr. Gerard Slevin
will relieve Cmdr.
Howard Higgins as
commanding officer of
Naval Computer and
TA) Jacksonville during a
change of command cere-
mony tomorrow at the NAS
Jax Officers' Club. Capt.
Mary Anderson, command-
ing officer, Naval Computer
Area Master Station
Atlantic, will be guest
Slevin, a native of
Spalding, Neb., joined the
Navy in 1975 and complet-
ed basic training at Recruit
Training Center, Orlando.
After completing recruit
training he began his 10-
year enlisted career at
Advanced Technical Train-
ing at Naval Training
Center, San Diego, Calif.
and graduated as a radio-
man third class petty offi-
His first tour of duty in
1977 was at Naval Commu-
nications Station, Diego
Garcia as a technical con-
trol supervisor. From 1978
to 1981, he served at Naval
Master Station Western
Pacific, Guam as the
Agency coordinator. Next
he served on board USS
Richard S. Edwards (DD-
950) as communications
leading petty officer. In
1983, he transferred to
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Cmdr. Gerard Slevin
Area Master Station East-
ern Pacific at Wahiawa,
Hawaii where he attained
the rank of chief petty offi-
cer and served as the tech-
nical control operations
Slevin was selected as a
limited duty officer and was
commissioned an ensign in
1985. After completing
School in Pensacola he
reported to Naval Security
Group Activity in Adak,
Alaska as officer in charge,
Mount Moffett Transmitter
Facility. His next tour took
him on board USS Reeves
(CG-24) home ported in
Yokosuka, Japan in 1989 as
the communications officer
where he earned his sur-
face warfare officer desig-
In 1989, he joined the
staff of Commander,
Carrier Group Five
embarked on board USS
Midway (CV-41) and served
as the assistant for Force
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Cmdr. Howard Higgins
In 1991, Slevin moved
back to Hawaii and served
as assistant for fleet com-
munications on the staff of
Commander in Chief, U.S.
Pacific Fleet followed by his
first joint tour in 1995 as
communications plans and
programs manager at U.S.
Central Command in
Tampa. His tour was cut
short in 1997 when he was
transferred to USS Boxer
(LHD-4) as the command,
computer, combat systems
and intelligence systems
officer where he qualified
as a tactical action officer.
In 1999, he joined the
staff of Commander, Fifth
Fleet, Commander, U.S.
Naval Forces Central
Command in Manama,
Bahrain as the deputy
assistant chief of staff for
communications and net-
works. In 2001, Slevin
reported to the staff of
Group One in Okinawa,
Japan and served as assis-
tant chief of staff for C4I
Slevin's most recent
assignment began in 2002
as deputy director, Center
for Networks and Commu-
nications at Headquarters,
U.S. Special Operations
Higgins has been the
commanding officer of
sonville since July 2004. As
commanding officer, he is
responsible for providing
the Southeast Region with
infrastructure and support
services required for rapid
and reliable voice and data
communications. Higgins is
transferring to Command
and Control for Command-
er, Strike Force Pacific.
Jacksonville answers to
Naval Computer and
Master Station Atlantic
and provides voice and data
services to more than
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Understanding Yourself and Your Partner" July 22
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This is described as "an experi-
ential and interactive workshop for couples who want
to strengthen their marriage while personally grow-
ing within the marriage.
The workshop is facilitated by Bruce Kristol, Ph.D.,
a Naval Hospital Jacksonville staff psychologist who
has been in private practice in Jacksonville since
The workshop includes mini-lectures, visual slides,
couple interactions and group discussion. Frederick
noted that privacy is important to the clinic staff.
Therefore, no one will be expected to disclose any-
thing private to the other participants.
Workshop topics include:
Positive relationship assessment
Clarification of needs, values and priorities
Levels and styles of communication
Neutralizing "hot buttons"
Four social styles and character
Connecting and distancing issues
Dealing with feelings and emotions
Support and encouragement
The workshop will take place in the Substance
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located behind the Naval Hospital Emergency Room
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How do you spell free?
Photos courtesy of VP-30
(From left) VyStar Credit Union Representatives Frank Riner and. Willie Williams present a
heck to VP-30 Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Brewer for the annual Navy-Marine Corps
Relief Society Fund Drive during the golf tournament at the Queen's Harbour Yacht &
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
Golf Benefit generates $54,000
iBy Steve Bradfield
NMCRS Golf Benefit Committee PAO
' A total of $54,000 was generated for
:.. the Navy-Marine Corps Relief
I kSociety (NMCRS) recently as 140
golfers from the Jacksonville metropolitan
area converged on Queen's Harbour Yacht
& Country Club for a round of golf. The
event was coordinated by the, NAS
Jacksonville NMCRS Golf Benefit
Committee, which was headed by Lt. Ryan
In a remarkable show of philanthropy,
Frank Peake, president of the Jacksonville-
based Sea Star Line, presented the largest
single donation to the organization, a
check for $25,000. Additionally, Vystar
Credit Union, a long time supporter of the
NMCRS, continued its robust tradition of
platinum level sponsorship by contributing
In another effort to raise money during
the annual fund drive, a new Honda Civic
was given away through a NMCRS raffle.
Coggin Automotive Group generously
donated a new Honda Civic to be used in a
car drawing campaign, generating $15,000
for the cause.
The benefits of this great undertaking
come back to Sailors and Marines in the
form of financial, educational and other
forms of assistance to those in need. With
approximately 1.5 million military person-
nel in the area, the military represents a
huge portion of the consumer power in
Northeast Florida. In return, many local
businesses welcome the opportunity to give
back to the men and women who defend
Sea Star Lines President Frank Peake (third
from left) presents NAS Jax Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society Director Dave Faraldo
with a $25,000 donation in the VP-30 audito-
rium. (From left) Commander Navy Region
Southeast Chief of Staff Capt. Matt
Schellhorn, Faraldo, VP-30 Commanding
Officer Capt. Tim Brewer, Peake, retired
Rear. Adm. Paul Semko and Commander,
Patrol and Reconnaissance Group Rear Adm.
Last year, more than $2.3 million in
assistance was provided to Sailors and
Marines in the greater Jacksonville area
The 2006 corporate sponsors included:
Sea Star Line
VyStar Credit Union
Coggin Automotive Group
Navy Federal Credit Union
Atlantic Marine Inc.
Logistics Services International
The Boeing Company
By Chaplain (Lt.) Jose
NAS Jax Chapel
his morning I read an
per because we live in
a country that believes in
freedom of the press.
Last Sunday, I attended
the church of my choice
because we believe and
practice the free choice of
religion. I am now sitting at
my desk and writing down
my thoughts because we
believe in freedom of expres-
sion. These are just a few of
the freedoms that we enjoy
Indeed, America is blessed
in many ways! Tremendous
natural resources, great sce-
nic beauty, a basically
robust economy and educa-
tional opportunities avail-
able to all who desire it are
part of a seemingly endless
list of the fruits which free-
dom has brought.
The results of our unique
experiment seem almost
supernatural. No other peo-
ple in the history of
mankind have achieved so
much in so little time.
America is unique among
all nations in all of recorded
history! That is a powerful
Chaplain (Lt.) Jose Molina
As I see it, there are two
immediate temptations we
face as a people. The first,
we can take it all for grant-
ed, in which case freedom
appears to be cheap.
Freedom is not cheap!
Freedom always has and it
always will demand a price.
Our nation's various con-
flicts speak forcefully of the
price that freedom has
demanded over the years.
Our present day war on ter-
rorism testifies to this truth
and reminds us of the frag-
ile nature of our freedoms.
The second temptation is
that of praising and wor-
shiping America without
recognizing the ultimate
source of our unique free-
doms. Ultimately, I believe
that the one for whom the
word "free" has a special
meaning has inspired our
NAS Jacksonville emergency hotline available
AS Jacksonville has established a
hotline for service members,
Department of Defense employees,
contractors and their families to call during
an emergency that warrants evacuation
such as a hurricane.
Evacuees can call 1-800-849-6024 to check
in with the base upon arriving at an evacu-
ation destination and to verify if the order
to return to the Jacksonville area has been
given. They can also email the NAS
Jacksonville Emergency Operations Center
at firstname.lastname@example.org to relay their sta-
tus and ask for assistance.
Please keep in mind that the hotline will
not be staffed by customer service personnel
and only provides recorded information. It
cannot be used to check on weather condi-
tions or locate friends or family. The hotline
number and email address are for use dur-
ing times of emergency only.
Emergency information will also be
broadcast on Cable Channel 118, which is
run by NAVAIR Depot Jax. This channel
will run continuous information regarding
the hurricane conditions and evacuation
For more information, contact the disaster
preparedness office at 542-5595.
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us of where our ultimate
F-aith (in God)
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excesses of life. When we
place our faith in God we
are set free.
R-eliance (on God)
Reliance on God brings
freedom from the chains of
'insecurity. We can trust The
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Those who desire it can
receive God's light. This
light has been revealed to us
and is available for those
who truly seek it with all
E-ternal Life (with God)
Many people live in fear.
They dwell on the. gloomy
side of life failing to recog-
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future. For them, closing
their eyes at the moment of
death represents a frighten-
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have no vision of eternity.
God will give us freedom
from fear of the future, old
age and death.
It's worth a celebration!
God bless America and God
IJX AIr NeOW, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 13, 2006
'Maulers' provide coalition cover .
By Lt. Coln Bernard
On June 9, USS Enterprise
(CVN 65) dispatched an S-
3B Viking from the VS-32
"Maulers" to provide surveillance
for coalition forces in Southern
Iraq June 9.
Over the past few weeks, these
ground units had experienced
steadily increasing insurgent
activity in the form of small arms
and mortar fire as well as the
placement of numerous impro-
vised explosive devices (IEDs).
This operation successfully
demonstrated the capability of
the newly installed Low Altitude
for Night Targeting Infrared
Navigation (LANTIRN) pod. The
device provides the S-3B with the
capability of seeing events on the
ground from a safe standoff range
day or night.
The LANTIRN Targeting
System (LTS) provides the S-3B
with the capability to detect and
acquire targets using forward-
looking infrared technology.
Controlled by a joystick located at
the COTAC station, LTS enables
the aircrew to view an area from
miles away and at an unmatched
level of detail for the Viking. The
aircrew can relay information
directly via secure radio links to
supported forces on the ground
and alert them of any suspicious
activity real-time. Utilizing the
Data Transmission System, the
Maulers can send a video stream
instantaneously to a forward air
controller in support of designat-
ed ground units, greatly enhanc-
ing their overall situational
During one of the maiden mis-
sions VS-32 flew in support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom, the
LANTIRN system paid immediate
and dramatic dividends. The air-
crew was conducting a routine
non-traditional intelligence sur-
veillance and reconnaissance mis-
sion directed by a British ground
controller to conduct surveillance
along a highly traveled road sur-
rounding a mosque. They described
the area in detail and within the
hour, explosive disposal experts
discovered unexpended ordnance,
which could have caused fatal
damage to coalition forces.
Afterwards, the crew comment-
ed, "The LANTIRN system pro-
vides far greater capabilities to
the Viking, making it even more
instrumental in the ongoing glob-
al war on terrorism. It is truly
rewarding to assist the ground
troops in addition to conducting
other missions in the air."
VS-32 will soon receive the sec-
ond LANTIRN equipped aircraft
and will be able to support sever-
al ground-based units simultane-
From the NAS lax USO
USO Back to School Drive
The USO will be packing and distributing backpacks full of school
supplies to Identified families to klok off the school year,
School supplies are neededl Please drop off new backpacks,
notebooks, composition bookso etc. to either the USO at NAS Jax or
the USO on Mayport Road. I
Volunteers are needed to help pack the backpacks, the dates are
July 28, 9 a.m. at the NAS Jax USO
Aug. 6, 9 a.m. at the Mayport USO
If you are Interested In volunteering, please contact Sonja at NAS
The tour will thous on planning healthy meals, choosing.
The Wellnoso Canter Is conducting a grocery shopping tour.
Jax (778-282 1) or Wendy at Mayport (246-348 1).
Free Domestic Phone Cards
Phone cards are available at the USO for active duty service
members and their families. Quantities are limited, so please stop In
Get your free tickets for Buckler's "Christmas In July" Craft Show
this weekend at the Prime Osborn Convention Center. Tickets are
available at the USO for active duty and their family members.
Quantities are limited and these tickets will be given out on a first-
come,, first served basis.
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nature and wildlife
rough interpretive center
Youth Activities Center Student Brandon Thompson
searches for a hidden plastic lizard at the Black
Point Interpretive Center during a game designed to
teach children about how animals use camoflage to
G or years, NAS Jacksonville has peacefully coexisted
%with the many natural elements that lie along the
St. Johns River.
." The Black Point Interpretive Center, which opened its
L;- doors in 2002, was designed to educate NAS Jax person-
nel and their families about the impact they have on
, nature and how they can protect Florida's wildlife.
I Saltwater fish and geckos are some of the examples of
r the Florida wildlife displayed throughout the center.
\ There is. also a nature walk in the park area next to the
i center, which serves as a display case for the many
plants and marine animals that reside on base. Along
the walk, signs identify the plants, animal habitats
and natural resources.
"The station has military objectives, but it also has
a duty to protect the natural resources that are with-
i in its borders. We try to teach people about the many
? habitats and valuable resources this station has,"
explained Environmental Department Assistant Natural and
Cultural Resources Manager Angela Glass
Located near the Mulberry Cove Marina, the center also
serves as the premier place for service members aboard NAS
Jax and their families to learn about the history and preser-
vation of regional animals and their environment. There is no
admission fee and it is open year-round.
"We encourage everyone aboard NAS Jax to come by and
take a look at what we have to offer during their lunch hour,"
"Our surroundings afford us a great variety of animals and
various habitats for study and comparison. The activities are
held in the center and outdoors at the South Trail," she added.
The South Trail is about a mile long and wanders through a
canopy of forest of trees, over a small bridge and through
thick vegetation. Many joggers and hikers frequent the trail
along with the various school groups that pass through on a
The staff has placed markers along the trail identifying the
different flora, fauna, and wildlife that call the area home. It's
visible by signs installed at the end of Child Street, just before
entering the Naval Hospital Jacksonville compound and off
Mustin Street behind the housing area.
"The opening of the South Trail has enabled us to expand
our field trips and teach the children more about our natural
habitat," Glass said.
While the center's main purpose is to educate and preserve
NAS Jacksonville's natural resources, it also plays an impor-
tant role in the preservation of several of Florida's Native
American Tribes' cultural artifacts. Naval Facilities
Engineering Command Southern Division Curator Len
See CENTER, Page 9
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southern Division Curator Len Winter shows children NAS Jacksonville Natural Resources intern Laura LaBella debates with children from the
from the Youth Activities Center ancient Native-American artifacts found at NAS Jacksonville. Youth Activities Center about who to banish from their "habitat" du ing a game designed to
teach them what happens when building development impedes on animal habitats.
JaX Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 13, 2006 9
Children from the Youth Activities Center rush to claim their habitats during a game designed to teach them how building development impacts the number of habitats available for animals.
Photos by MC1 Mike England
NAS Jacksonville Natural Resources intern Laura LaBella
teaches children from the Youth Activities Center about some
of the station's natural habitats.
appreciate nature and their
impact on the environment
From Page 8
Winter recently visited the center to ensure that its
Native American artifacts were curated properly.
"It's my job to make sure that all of the center's artifacts
are being curated to state and federal standards," Winter
stated. "The center has done a good job of maintaining its
artifacts since it began excavating and curating them in
NAS Jacksonville Natural and Cultural Resources
Manager Christine Bauer thinks that artifact preserva-
tion is an important aspect of the center's mission. "People
are becoming more cognizant of artifact preservation," she
said. "It is very important that we properly archive and
maintain these pieces of history."
The center frequently hosts elementary school students
looking to learn more about nature and how plants and
animals live in their natural habitat.
"It's our hope that we can make children more aware of
their impact on the environment and help them appreci-
ate our natural resources," said NAS Jacksonville Natural
Resources Intern Laura LaBella.
During the visit, students learn about different species
of native mammals, reptiles and birds, some stuffed and
others kept alive in fish tanks, which reside at the center.
They also explore a variety of nature-related objects,
play games and hike South Trail. The staff also touches on
A group of children from the Youth Activities Center participate in an exercise designed to teach them how the limited avail-
ablity of resources, such as food, can affect the survival of different animal species.
NAS Jacksonville Youth Activities Center Counselor Ashley
Cullum helps a child assemble a project.
the history of the base, the center and South Trail.
"We welcome field trips," Glass said. "School-aged chil-
dren are interested in nature, the outdoors and are easy to
teach because they're so eager to learn."
The Interpretive Center's hours of operation are:
Monday 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. with story time at 2 p.m.,
Wednesday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.,
Friday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. .-
The center is closed to the ..
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southern Division
Curator Len Winter studys some of the ancient Native-
American artifacts found at NAS Jacksonville.
public on Tuesdays and Wednesday for tour groups.
Programs at the Interpretive Center are by appoint-
ment only. You are free to use the nature trails from sun-
rise to sundown when classes are not in session. For fur-
ther information or to schedule your visit, call 542-2717,
Ext. 113 or 542-8056.
(From left) Brittany Marshall, Brianna Fergueson, Asia Figueroa and jaelyn Marks work on a
project at the Black Voint Interpretive Center.
Four-year-old Tyler Glass works on an art project at the Black Point Interpretive Center.
10 JaAIr NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 13, 2006
from FACSFAC Jax
By MCI(SW) ill Larned
FAcSFAC Jimx PAO
Lattimore, air traffic
control leading chief
petty officer at Fleet Area
Control and Surveillance
(FACSFAC Jax), retired
during a ceremony June 23
at the Naval Reserve
When asked why he
served for 30 years,
Lattimore remarked, "The ACCM(AW)
Navy provided me with a
chance to give Sailors with Reginald Lattimore
whom I've worked an opportunity to benefit from my
experiences. Navy camaraderie is irreplaceable."
Lattimore was born and raised in Chicago and joined
the Navy via the Delayed Entry Program in November
1975. He completed boot camp at Recruit Training Com-
mand, Great Lakes, Ill. in July 1976. After boot camp,
Lattimore attended Aviation Electrician school at dNaval
Air Technical Training Center (NATTO). Hip first tour of
duty was with the VF-1 "Wolf Pack" in June 1977 at NAS
Miramar, Calif. where he troubleshot aircraft, electrical
"I absolutely enjoyed my first sea tour. I wanted ao West
Coast fighter squadron deploying from the Enterprise
and at NAS Miramar I ended up becoming a partofVVF-1
deploying from the Enterprise," Lattimore said.
After completing Air Traffic Control school, Lattimorte
reported to Whidbey Island, Wash. for his first assign-
ment as an air traffic controller. In April 1985, he began a
tour on NAS Agana, Guam and soon qualified as facility
Returning to NATTC in September 1987 as a seasoned
petty officer, he experienced a prolific tour. His personal
motto, "always make a contribution" paid great dividends.
In two years and three months, he earned his master
training specialist title and enlisted air warfare specialist
qualifications. He was also advanced to chief petty officer.
After transferring to TACRON 12 at NAB Coronado,
Calif. in January 1991, Lattimore deployed to the
Arabian Gulf and Somalia.
In March 1993, Lattimore reported to NAS Corpus
Christi, Texas as the control tower branch manager. After
being advanced to senior chief petty officer, he reported
for what would become his overall favorite tour at NAS
Sigonella, Italy. Serving as the Air Operations
Department leading chief petty officer, he departed Italy
in October 1998 for NAS Kingsville, Texas, and served as
the air operations leading chief petty officer, air traffic
control leading chief petty officer, air traffic control facili-
ty officer and disaster preparedness officer. He advanced
to master chief in April 2001 and served his last tour at
Lattimore attributed his personal success to the variety
of assignments he chose.
"It doesn't necessarily depend on where you are as
much as what you do while you're there," he explained.
"Get out of your comfort zone and do the challenging
work. Do some of the things you would like to do, but bal-
ance it out with what will break you out of the pack when
selection for advancement occurs. You get out of it what
you put into it."
He is a 2006 graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
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'War Eagles' tackle tri-site deployment
By Lt. j.g. Kevin Buszta
he "War Eagles" of
VP-16 departed Jack-
sonville in late May
for Sicily, Italy, Qatar, and
El Salvador, Central
America as part of their
regularly scheduled deploy-
ment cycle in support of the
global war on terrorism.
In the Central Command
theater, the War Eagles are
patrolling the Persian Gulf
to ensure freedom of com-
merce for merchant ship-
ping and are flying over
Iraq supporting coalition
forces on the ground.
Operations are being con-
ducted with U.S. Navy and
other allied vessels to fight
the growing piracy threat
interfering with free trade
off the Horn of Africa.
Working in conjunction
with the U.S. Coast Guard,
U.S. Navy ships and naval
forces from other Central
and South American coun-
tries, VP-16 crews arer also
fighting the war on drugs.
By monitoring local ship-
ping lanes and air traffic,
VP-16 is playing a signifi-
cant part in the counter-
Crews assigned to NAS
Sigonella, Italy, are partici-
pating in exercises with
NATO allies and other
European and North
African nations to promote
cooperation on the global
While showing the flag
throughout the Mediter-
ranean Sea, our aircrews
are building friendships
with foreign governments
crucial to the continuing
international fight against
terrorists. Local officials
visit the squadron spaces to
learn the capabilities of
maritime patrol aircraft.
from other squadrons on
their way to and from their
own deployment sites are
able to enjoy VP-16 hospi-
tality as they pass through
the European Theater.
One of the first orders of
business once settled in
Sigonella was the recogni-
tion of all enlisted person-
nel who made rate as the
squadron deployed. VP-16
advanced, 34 enlisted
Sailors. The frocking cere-
mony was held on the
hangar deck in front of all
assembled personnel. VP-
16 Commanding Officer
Cmdr. James Hitt also
extended special recogni-
tion to AFCM Joseph
Tierney on making master
chief petty officer and
ADCS Bruce Boyle and
AECS Pedro Torres on
making senior chief petty
Photos by MC3 Charles WhItlw
Two of the Navy's newest senior chiefs ADCS Bruce Boyle:
and AECS Pedro Torres stand with VP-16 Commanding
Officer Cmdr. James Hitt.
VP-16 squadron members board the airlift from
Jacksonville to NAS Sigonella, Italy.
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NAVAIR Depot employees win
Commander's National Awards
By Frank Taormina
NAVAIR Depot Jax
Public Affairs Specialist
V ice Adm. Wally
mander, Naval Air
Command, hosted the sixth
National Award Ceremony
June 15. The ceremony was
broadcast live from the atri-
um of, the Rear Adm.
William A. Moffett Building
at Patuxent, River, Md. to
several NAVAIR sites
throughout the nation via
Jacksonville had winning
team members in several
categories. In the
Log is tics/In dus trial
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,the F404 I-Level
Consolidation Team Phase I
and II. Team members from
the Jacksonville Depot
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gory was the Integrated In-
Service Reliability Program
Team. Jacksonville team
members include Steve
Adamczyk, Caridad Roque,
Ralph Harding and Mike
Romanelli. On the second
AIRSpeed Team was Denise
In the Program Manage-
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Jacksonville team members
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gration engineer and Jose
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F-14 Director of Engineer-
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team, the F-14 Program
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was the PMA 202 Aircrew
Systems Fleet Support
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team member is Jose
Santiago, aerospace engi-
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Team and Black Belts. Team
members from Jacksonville
include Steven Faulk, Jay
Kiser, Kevin Ludlam, Kelly
Marlow, Karl Martin,
Kenneth Moon, Monty
Pearce and David
The Commander's Na-
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team award within the
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nizes the achievements of
teams that have successful-
ly supported the main goals
See AWARDS, Page 20
Photos byMC3 Jon Hyde
An S-3B Viking from the "Topcats" of VS-31 prepares to launch off the flight deck of'USS
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Children learn healthy living at Kid Fit Week
By Kaylee LaRocque
I t was a week of fun-
filled days packed with
lots of healthy infor-
mation at the NAS Jax
Morale Welfare and
Recreation Youth Activities
Center (YAC) during the
annual Kid Fit Week for
summer campers June 26-
30. The third annual event
was created in an effort to
enrolled in YAC's Summer
Camp about how to main-
tain a healthy lifestyle.
"We do this every year
and try to change it each
time to keep it interesting
for the children who have
been here before. The kids
get exercise all day long,
but they need to know why
it's important and what
kind of activities they can
do to keep their heart
healthy. And, hopefully
they'll go home and teach
their parents and brothers
and sisters some things,"
said YAC Director Megan
The week consisted of
several 45-minute exercise
sessions including a cardio
class, strength training and
yoga session led by Fitness
Instructor Cece Hartsell
and NAS Jax Assistant
Fitness Director Meghan
The yoga class was very
relaxing and it was a lot of
fun learning the positions,"
NAS Jax Youth Activities Center Summer Camp Junior
Counselor Caprice Marshall demonstrates her jump rope
skills for a group of children.
said Petronia Hall. James Spates.
"The classes were a little In between exercise class-
hard, but it was good exer- es, the group was treated to
cise. The things we learned
really paid off," added See KID FIT, Page 15
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a field trip to Adventure
Landing at Jacksonville
Beach. "We take lots of field
trips during our summer
camp session and this one
also tied in with Kid Fit
Week. They got plenty of
exercise swimming at the
water park," said Elliot.
On last day of Kid Fit
Week, the children enjoyed
a picnic at Sea King Park
where members of the NAS
Jax Fire Department gave a
special presentation on fire
safety and practiced the
procedures they should fol-
low if they should ever find
themselves trapped in a
The kids also participated
in sack races, jump roping,
flag football games, kick
ball and a water balloon
fight. After feasting on
pizza and dessert, they
sang some campfire songs
and headed back to the
"It was really a great
week. We learned a lot
and the fitness sessions
made us feel more confi-
dent," said Kierra
"This is really a won-
derful event for our kids
in camp. They really
seem to love it. They get
lots of good information
and will hopefully take
what they've learned
home with them and
teach their parents and
brothers and sisters. We'll
definitely hold another Kid
Fit Week next year during
our summer camp because
it's so successful," said
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Outdoor pool hours
Tuesday Saturday, 11 a.m. 6 p.m.
i Sunday-1-5 p.m.
Daily fees, $2 military, $3 Department of
MDefense employees, $3 guests.
Skipper "B" Sailing Class
$150 includes all classroom materials
and use of marina sailboats and safety
Weekend classes Friday and Saturday.
Power Boat Training Class
$50, Includes all classroom materials
and use of marina motorboats
Free kayak and canoe rental on
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Summer Bowling Specials
Sunday 5 p.m. 10 p.m., $2 per game,
does not include shoe rental
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 11 a.m. -
4 p.m., 2 games and shoe rental for $5
Free bowling on Wednesdays for active
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Every Saturday night
9 p.m. midnight
$10 per person.
Enjoy an evening of glow in the dark
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11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Two games, shoes and soft drink for $5
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 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday night is paper only night!
Texas Hold'em Tournaments
Budweiser Brew House
Every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Open to all authorized patrons and
Zone gift certificates awarded!
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7:30 p.m. until close
Back to School Kid's Bingo
Doors open at 11 a.m.
Calling at 12 p.m.
$15 per child (17 and under)
For more information on fitness and ath-
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"The Heat is On" Aerobathon
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Photo by MC2(AW) Suzie Cornell
MASN Mark Jones of the NAS Jax Security
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Boats and Burgers
Mulberry Cove Marina
Free cookout, water skiing, canoeing and
Free Lesson and 9 Holes of Golf
Mall & Movie Trip
Orange Park Mall and AMC Theater
Movies are shown at the base theater and
open to all hands. For details, call 542-
Tomorrow, 7 p.m. She's The Man (PG-13)
Saturday, 5 p.m. Ice Age 2 The Meltdown (PG)
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Saturday, 7 p.m.,- Stay Alive (PG-13)
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July 28, 7 p.m. Final Destination 3 (R)
July 29, 5 p.m. Failure To Launch (PG-13)
July 29, 7 p.m..- Shaft (R)
For more information on the golf course
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Military Appreciation Days at NAS Jax
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July 25 for active duty.
Today and 27' for retirees and
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July 17 Aug. 23
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New Moms for Moms
Support Group kicks off
By Marsha Childs
Naval Hospital Marketing
N aval Hospital
sored the first Moms
for Moms Support Group
on June 6, hosted by the
Obstetric and Family
This group is designed
for all "newly delivered"
mothers, whether it is their
first child or their fourth,
who would like to meet
with other women to share
Elizabeth Bowes, mother
of a 12-day-old daughter,
Lillian and a military wife,
attended the first session.
Bowes said, "It is an excel-
lent resource. This is where
you can meet other moms,
especially in the military
environment where hus-
bands may be deployed."
Bowes is an experienced
mother of four and a
Bradley instructor-a nat-
ural childbirth method for
patients who prefer to
deliver without the benefit
of pain medication. She is
very impressed with the
class offered to all preg-
nant patients at no cost.
"At the meetings you
have access to lactation
consultants, nurses and
other specialists to discuss
concerns and learn the lat-
est information on chil-
drearing," added Bowes.
One of the topics covered
in the first meeting was
swaddling your infant.
Alisa Davis, registered
nurse and childbirth edu-
cator, demonstrated the
proper technique for swad-
dling a newborn.
"Swaddling a baby helps
minimize the startle reflex,
which can interfere with
sleep patterns. The startle
reflex lasts for several
months in newborns,"
The swaddling technique
is encouraged by pediatri-
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Dr. Harvey Karp in his
book, Happiest Baby on
the Block: The New Way to
Calm Crying and Help
Your Baby Sleep Longer.
Karp presented his "five
S's" techniques, which
include swaddling, shush-
ing, side/stomach position,
swinging and sucking, to
health care practitioners
and military families at
Naval Hospital Jackson-
ville in April.
The challenges of moth-
erhood begin at delivery
and the added responsibili-
ties can sometimes be
overwhelming, even for an
experienced mother. These
feelings are not uncom-
"The group provides a
good way to network with
other people who have sim-
ilar concerns and ques-
tions. The moms can learn
the newest techniques in
childrearing and take a
break from their busy day,"
said Family Medicine
Obstetrics Nurse Fran
"It is great to know in
this new experience, you
are not alone," added
Clinical Psychologist and
Group Consultant Dr.
The Moms for Moms
group meets the first and
third Tuesday each month
from 10-11 a.m. in the
Drivers need to
be aware that
Knight Lane, which
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NAS Jax Youth
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topic will be infant devel-
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SPORTS & STANDINGS
Sports officials and
The North Florida Military Officials
Association is looking for individuals to offi-
ciate soccer, softball, football and volleyball
at NAS Jax. Scorekeepers are also needed
for basketball. Experience is not required. If
interested, contact Jesse Beach at 771-
Volleyball meeting in July
A captain's cup fall volleyball meeting will
be held July 19. The league is open to all
NAS Jax active duty, command Department
of Defense personnel and reservists. The
meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the
Building 850 Conference Room.
Commands having their athletic officer or
designated representative attend the meet-
ing will receive five captain's cup points. All
interested personnel should attend the
meeting to discuss rules and to get the
required paperwork to join the league.
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of top 10 regional qualifying times. If you
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Southeast regional qualifying times:
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Marathon Men 3 hours, 30 min.
Women 4 hours
Triathlon Men 2 hours, 30 min.
Women 3 hours
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22 Jax Air NeWS, NAS Jacksonville, Thursday, July 13, 2006
325 North 345 Nassau 375 Farms/
Jacksonville County Acreage
Affordable 3/2 house SOUTH CAROLINA LAND
$ 1 1 9 K In quiet 4 Acres In Callahan, Dorchester CO. 145+/-
cut. de.sac off Clyde Rd. off Bismark Rd., acres, planted pines
8565 Laurens Rd. New pasture&wooded w/2Oyr growth and
everything, completely areawith large oaks. mature hardwoods.
remodeled. Will help Excellent home sites. Good hunting area,
with closing cost. Rear Is fenced primer locationfor near
Affordable 3/1+bonus rn Z2k/acre. Reasonable term development
9119K In oulte family offers considered. located on Hwy 17A
n-hood off Clyde Rd. 904.879.0194 or near Summerville, SC 30
9006 Tyler Ave. Sepa- 904864-4194 miles S. of 1.95, priced
rate gar, corner lot, $2,175,000. Call
new everything cor- 863 206.7135
pletely remodeled. WIll .I YULEE-PAGE HILL
elp with financing 3/2,DR, large TENN. LAND FOR SALE
Call Kath eri ne no kitchen. vaulted Severalparcels avail.
904-625-.8232/269-1136 ceilings, 2 car gar, from 600 acres
screen porch 10'x17' located between Knox
Dlnsmore 7913 Plummer Nice lawn MB w/ vllle and Chattanooga.
Modular 6ac. w/oond. garden tub, sep/shower, Spectacular views,
S/2 2000sf. s230K. $194K. 904. 225.2480 closeto many out door
904-781.5635/348-2907 e-- activities. For more
PANAMA PARK 350 Waterfront Southeastern Timber
Fabulous 3/1 house, __ land at 423-368-9484
Great family n'hood
$99,900 904- 2984761 d BEAUTIFUL 2 LOTS ON TIMBER CREEK
LAKE KERR. OCALA COUNTRY ESTATES,
SELL $119K APPRSD 4I)NATIONALFOREST1701 Thomas County Ga.
$165K Highlands 3/1 ON CANAL 3/2 FENCED 20-30 acre tacts, homesites,
waterfronft1/2ac 2 car BOATHOUSE DOCK pondsltes, 15-20 year old
gar needs work, bad WELL/SEPTIC 912-5 S76- 2251 planted pines, paved road
credit ok. 904464-0002 frontage, deed Restricted,
credit ok,.40 SBosatwick St. Johns RIver 15 min. north of Thomasville,
2/1. 819sf, nice n'hood lot 100'x275' dockable, Ga. Call Ropky Ford, LLC,
completely remod. In 1/4 mile to paved rd 229-226-1719, for Info pack
side &Out. MLS# 305562 elect & well, superior
$95K 904-237-4860 site$299K. 319-621-5045 Investment
CEDAR RVR -Bulkhead, 380 Properties
dock, pool, Ig deck. 6r_
326 Springfield river view. 3/2, very Ig
rms, Ig stone fpl hdwd
firs & more. CaN Kim
HISTORIC 2BR/2BA Bun (W) 904545-6201. $569K
galow, across from
park, dwn town view, FSBO location! 4br/2ba,
189K. Call 398-6753 on Cedar River & Hyde
Park CC. $499K.
ON-SITE AUCTION! 813-9173 for details.
324 E 6St 11:00am
4/2 home w/gas fire- GATED RIVERFRONT
place and security COMMUNITY r ,,,. -
system. Real estate and Lots from $129K
quality furnishings. Riverfront $385K+ I; illilV4-1il
1453 Laura St. 2:00 pm Call904- 992.9888
leteyeno ated www.rlveredgefl.com Rehab Draw Up Front
'/a'.5 with hardwood y No Pre ay Penalties
and glawfoot tubs. Have your Fisherman's No Pru Pyen
Good Earth Realty get away! Canal lot in No Junk Fees
and Auction Satsuma w/St. Johns Rvr 36- Hour Closings
WWw.soodearth.us access. Red. 970,846-4290 Highest LTV
iGo-g99 -tSELL No Money Down
330 Beaches _IHardMoney
I GRAND RESERVE 1/1
ATL BCH 100 toocean w/storage unit, 904.737.0144
2br/2baTwnhse condo vaulted cell, Windsor
w/$99&oy 0ool. Asking Pk. $118k, 728-8444 www.acafla.com
237.4430 NR DOWNTOWN -2/1.5, Licensed Mortgage
JAX BCH, Palms @ Marsh newly remod, steps to Lender # LI00000547767
Landlng3/2 Upgraded the river, pool frnt,
condo, wtr view,gran,SS $129,900. 904-571.1112 t1
aPpp, $2458. 904.608.1428 OVERLOOK 3/2, 1st Fir, Beautiful newly renvt'd
OV O 3/ F quad-plex In Historic
PV1 136 Abaco Way all appis, manyupgrds. Riverside. Generates
3/2 attach. TH, fp, ch/a, woods view, veryquit, $3000/mo Grt Invest.
gar, so prch on canal. $167,400. 904,7.5282 $345K neg 904.434.9094
S240Kohp, 904.302.0674 Rent to Own New Hodges Investors Special
PV 136 Abaco Ln Way, 3/2 $1450m0.. Low dn or 5724 BenedlctRd 29K
3 2 a ach H, fp, ch/a, 2/2 Town Hlome $1325 1531 Logan St 23K
rcprcha, mo, Low dn. 501.5694 1268 Hart St 22K
$240Kobo94,.anal. 1314 Eaverson St- 22K
Kob,904 302-0674STONEBRIGE3/2, 1400 sf. 813-244-6245
1 IN Must sell Completely
1 NEW BUILDING eIN refurbished. Reduced, INVESTOR SPECIAL $90K
JARDIN DE MERCONDOS lowestprice In commu B sh &3rb*A
Recent released by nityl $159,900 5096030 Barbershop & 3br/lb Aptm
beaches restaurarrts WILLOW LAKES CONDO Northslde 904.534.7529
& olf course. Lrg priv. 4/2.5 TH,
Beach 0Vdat 15th St. cony ocatlon family orl- MOBILE HOME PARK In
0penS allorcal ented$129,900.779-2288 Kingsland, GA. 56units.
tope-.,,y call 48 park owned MH. City
ppt..904-9-41-2270 wtr & swr. Monthly inc
S 246-9268 360 Out of Area/ $17,875. Sale. $1200,000
--- 360 Town/State 912-258-0859
332 Middleburg Two Handyman Specials
GA MNT. HOMESITES 6500 Evelyn 652 Fern
SELLIJAYGEORGIA Call Kevin at 759- 7671
=Down0 Closing 3/2,2cg AsGLOwGa Won't lastlong! $80Kea
house on 1.6ac 18Blue PricesasLow Wont last long! $80ea
Bell Ave. off 218. call $13K, Call 561-596-5993
directions 904.779 1918 NC Land: 36 acres near 385 Miscellaneous
FREE L CALLNOW Kerr Lake: $110K; Pics:
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335 Orange Park/ PCS tionmeter.Call Bea Jay
Clay BAD, TOUGH, UGLY so 6711_
4 3/2 HM FOR SALE. CREDIT? Real Estate
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$980 Down $595 Month TOO SMALL III
Argyle 3/24 yrs new, on Call Mr. Lewis 783- 8385 Quick closings or
pJUIlU/nIatLure p leseve,
garden tub, fncd yrd.
BELOW MARKET VALUE-
lovely 4/2 brick home,
$166,0000 call 608.4691
Eagle Harb. FSBO on
lagoon. Quiet culdesac
4lr 2ba, everyupgrade,
EAGLE HARBOR 4/3, Irg
open kit., fncd bkyd,
EAGIE HARBOR 3/2,
lots OrS extras on lake.
i O1 Pleyers Club Dr.
MFliWn j 1I./Habersham
o 4br/2ba brick. Ig
Rico lyd, 2 cg. FSBO
032_.900 904- 264- 7666
AM I| 0- < Br(ou with Pool.
L Oi'? 'I6 IPk 190sf, on
to gr appt. PCS
MS:9.Ltrag Park Area
yaiye $242K Wi![ Sell
for $229.9Kdbo this
P Country Club FSBO
4/4tden, stud bonus
rmf, 3S4, moel home
$ 23KCall 904,213.9590
Orange Park 1/2 ACRE
2951 Dakota Dr. renov.
2500sf 4/2, hdwd/tile.
$197.9 Realtor 215.5833
338 Baker County
NEW 4/2 2468SF HOME
-many extras, 214.800.
Open House on July
15th & 22nd 10a-2p.
340 St. Johns
A RESORT STYLE COMM.
New 4/3, 2230sf, cul. d e -
sac lot on nat. preserve.
FSBO REDUCED FOR
QUICK SALE 4/3
342 St. Augustine
ROYAL ST. AUGUSTINE
CONDO 2/2, $975m.
No pets, overlooks golf
10 ACRES 4/2 HOME
24X36 attached garage,
16x36 bonus $409K By
owner call 904-993.5787
No credit needed.
LAND HOME PACKAGE
3/2 Double Wide
on 1.25 acres in
Middleburg. / Keystone.
$980 Down. $749 Mo.
CALL (904) 291.-2735
LET YOUR JOB BE
EZ Fin. $500 moves you
in. Call Emma 771-9055
NE FL & SE GA $0 DOWN
477-4225 OR EMAIL
MOVING! MUST SELL!
3/2, 1600SF+ Over Acre
and a Half. Won't last!
$895 per month.
Call Mr. Bradley
874-1862 or 291-3100
MUST SELL 3BR 20BA
D/W and Land Home.
Stainless Steel Appl.
Great Jacksonville Loca-
tion, Little Down, Easy
Financing, Won't Last!
CALL JOHN 291-0716
If we can't fin. you no
BODY can. Call now and
pre-qualify over the
phone call Sandy @
370 Lots for Sale
BIRD ROAD/ N. MAIN
4 Lots, 1.8 AC ea. Suit-
able for MH. Owner fin.
avi. $87K ea. 910.1126
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415 Houses Furnished
420 Houses Unfurnished
427 Mobile Home Lots
435 Rooms to Rent
455 Wanted to Rent
A4 0t Apartments
Historical 5 Points Cor-
porate apt fully furn'd,
all amenities & utils.
JAX BCH Efficiency cot-
tage 2 blocks to beach
electric Incld $650
+dep. no pets 249.0523
400 Apartments 420 Houses
Furnished 42 Unfurnished
RIVERSIDE STUDIO Avondale 2/1 $795 ch&a
Beautifully furnished, Fplace/lcargar fenced HW
all extras pd. $150wk + & carpet/must see
deposit 384-4939 VANSANDT RE 389- 3540
405 Apartments AVONDALE2/1,cer tile.
4 Unfurnished sec, lyrsh lease.wtr incl.
ARL-#1 BR BEHIND HM, Baymeadows/9A New
Near Unlv/Atl, $200 dep, gated community
$t600mo, 725-0690 and Iv # $l200mo 904 07S935
NORTHSIDE- 2br apts
available, based on CHAFFEY RD
income. Call 354-0733 New floors new dev,
or354-7310 EHO $1100mo. 4/2. cul-de-sac,
NORTHSIDE Need a Place To Clay Co. 4/2,2557sf, all
$550-$760 Hang Your Hat? brick, brand new, one
1, 2 & 3 BR's half acre lakefront lot
Available $1450m Chris 742-7486
(904)11570240' A Eagle Harbor Beautiful
Ashley Park 4/3 $1850mo. Smoke
Apartments free home. No pets.
N'SIDE 3/1 new cab's,
ch/a, $675m; 2/1 $550m. Eagle Harbor 4/3.
No appll. fee. Hud ok. / 2600sf, no pets,
$500dep. 904-607.8156 J) available now. Con-
R D Ctact Todd Kellogg.
RIVERSIDE Lg 1BR, CH&A, 215.9108/83.0119 or2yr
hardwd floors, clean, lease
good n'hood, near hosp l
$650 mo+dep. 384 6755 EAGLE HARBOR
R'SIDE 2337-1 Gilmore St NEW RENTALIII 3/2,1845sf
lbr AC, ceiling fans culdesac, lwn svc incl. AvI
$375 mo. dep nopets 8/15. $1450m. 904-334-3845
396-7874 or 403-9316 Eagle Landing @ Oakleaf
SAN MARCO 4/3 /2, 2500sf,
1 & 2 BR Special! 516. 770-5449
CALL 398 -9492 www.connect2fl.com
WESTSIDE FLEMING ISLAND 3/2
2BR DUPLEX FENCED YD, i Nice home, great
NO WD HOOKUP, QUIET.I \1 schools, golf, pool, 10
REF REQUIRED $595 778.2897 miles, from NAS.
WESTSIDE-1,2 & 3BR 904504-8162/808-620-1719
apts avail, based on
income. Call 786-8000 Ft Caroline/Cobblestone
or 786-8001 EHO 3/2 $1295/screend pch 2
__________ ~car gar/FP/1 yr renov.
410 Condominiums VANSANDTRE389-3540
___________ ICW 13333 Dijon Dr E. 3/2
1400sf, 2c gar + FL Rm
ARL- New 2/2 Merrill on pond fenc. back
Pines Condo, 1118sf, yard Call 234-4765
it) 2nd, floor unit with
washer/dryer ICW/Windsor Pk 3/2 Ig
available AUG. RENT fncd bkyd, Call for
$1250.696-7963 details at 904-652-7216
or visit us on the web at
Meadows Place 3/2 balc,
gated com, $1006, no JAX BCH, Spacious
pets. 904-821.8446 T Seabreeze Woods,
M'BURG/RAVINES Golf k / 3/2 Executive
Club, lbr effic. furn, w/d, home, shaded lot, 2car
Close pool. gar, large kit. w/study
$600m 557.5829/225-9955 area. Fpl, great room,
Natures Hideaway 3/2 $950 $1400m+dp. No pets.
WS New Condo, Kit Equip, 460-0975 Bike to Beach
Pool, Playgrnd, Gated Com.'
VANSANDT RE 389-3540 AL KENSIONTON/S'SIDE
Oakleaf Preserve 4/2 '20875f,4/2/2.Colled
1700sf, w/d Incl, gar \1 12x30FIoridaroom,
$1250m+sec. 6 or 12 mo summer kitchen,
July Free 904. 994-1052 10x12 shed. Tile & wood
firs, dog not allowed.
OCEANFRONT New 3/3 $1400mo. Imo secdep.
2471sf, Grt view from Ig 1 mo advance. Call Kurt.
ocean lanal. Designer 307-8023orHelen699.5102
finishes, 2 pools & more
Long term lease 616.1527 o Kensington/South-
O.P. NEW 2/2 1500SF, gar, I Coolfed 23 FL room,
WDhkup, club hse, pool, summer kit 10x12
fitness ctr & more, shed, tile, & wood firs, no
$995mo 904. 207. 3215 dogs, $1400/mo. 1 me sec.
PONTE VEDRA BCH gated dep. I mo advance
comm. newly renov, Call Kurt. 307-8023 or Helen
All new applies. 5 star 699-5102
amenities, $1200mo. KINGSLAND3/2,
904- 894 1798 1900sf, new flooring,
PONTE VEDRA BEACH fncd yrd, sec. system,
new int 2/2, Summer 2car gar.&more.
house, golf side, $990+ $1000mo. 912-882-3507/
sec. Call 838-9400 sabelden@tdsneL
PVB 3/2 w/gar. All new.
Beach access. $1500m+ MANDRIN 3/2 almost 1/2
dep. 285.6283/626.6283 acre, new: kitchen, AC,
www.joyproperties.org paint in/out, $1200 furn
REGENCY Merrill & 9A $1100 unfurn 292-2385
Brand new 3/2, gated,
vltnd ceigs, porch ovedr- MIDDELBURG- Villages
Looking presvpool, Of Fireside, 4/2 2 car
$loom. 904-568-0284 gan, a/c Fl rm, fen bk yd
2200m.045680284 sf, $1450 673-2276
Southside Sonoma 2/2
1300sf, renov, new appi Monument Oaks
$900m N/S, no pets 4/2.2cargar, Ig fnc
Owner/Agent 704- 2200 vL bkyrd, great loc,
SOUTHSIDF.BEACHES 888 393 3504
miles to the beach.
1, 2 & 3BRs from $910! NEPT. BCH 3/2.5S Twnhse
Call 904-642-3504 on Myra St. Iblk to bch,
S T.SD SAIL COE, fully refurn, fncd bkyd,
SOUTHSIDE SAIL COVE, $1850m. 904262.1120
spacious 3/2, $1220/mo. 'AxNW32.12
Immediate occupancy N'Jax- NEW 3/15 TwnHm
904-249-0061, Iv. msg. Many Extras! off Pulaski Rd.,
S'side 3/2 Montreux @ $1195mo., 904-230-3017
Deerwood $1250. many or 352-867-3981
amenities /W'side 1/1
Natures Hideaway near NORTHSIDE 2BR & 3BR
HAS $900mo. oDmen- houses for rent ch&a
slonOneMgt 642-1759 move In now $750-
Mike Seligman 635-2488 $850mo. Greg 376.5190
NORTHSIDE 2br/lba, WD
4 Houses hkup, stove, fridge, fen,
4 Unfurnished Irgack yard, no pets
$500m + $500dp. 2715
13959 SUMMER Myrtle. 310-830.0615
BREEZE DR. NORTHSIDE Rent To Own
V Beautiful new4/2, $610- $675 mo E -Z quail-
home for rent. 20 fylng. All areas. Several
miles from both bases homes. Call 962.4380
CALL NEIL 904-504.0477
$500 Down U OWN
AI Areas 1st Mo. FREE
EZ QUALIFY m
Call the Hotline 388-1208
ARGYLE 3/2 GREAT ROOM,
SEC SYS, FENCED BACKYARD. E_
REF REQUIRED $995 778-2897 E R A
Aroyle 3/2 $795 ch&a REAL ESTATE
vaulted ceiling/corner lot Dan Jones
fenced.eqt kitch/lcargar & Associates, Inc
VANSANDTRE 389-3540 (904) 757-3466
ARL- 3/2, inground www.ERADANJONES.com
Spool, backyard, car- w EADANJONEScom
\i1 port, garage, patio. Homes,
S 1700sf, fenced yard, Townhomes, and
$1100mo +dep. Near JU/ Condominiums
NS Mayport. 234-3652 1,2,3, & 4 Bedrooms
ARLINGTON 3/2 $895 $500 -$1495
ch&a, eqpt litch/fmly In the
rm/fence storage/ Following Areas:
large back yard/brick
VANSANDT RE 389- 3540 Northside
g ASHLEY WOODS Oceanway
W4/2 2300sf, Downtown
prklng, culdesac, San Marco
2-car garage, 7 mles to NS Victoria Point
mayport. $1600mo, Arlington
4, Atlantic/St. John's Argyle
Bluff 3/2 Large fenced Intercoastal West
Bayard/Pato Pets? Westside
Washer/dryer, large Macclennv
carport. $1100mo. A -4
Call 424-3008 CALL 757 -3466
Avondale 3/2 ch&a, crpt FOR OUR
w/d hu, 1500sf, fncd, RENTAL SPECIALS
sm pet ok. $1250mo $l www.ERADANJONES.com
dep, terms 904-465- 3301
NORTHSIDE New 3br/2ba,
Beautiful frml din Irg
yd. 2 car gar $1256mo
Summer Breeze In
North Creek. BEAU-
TIFUL 4/2 Home For
Rent. Next to brand new
shopping centers & First
Coast H.S,. Gated commu-
nity pool w/amenltles. ULike
Newl 904 504 0477
Northslde 3/2 brand new
1250m. 4/2 starting at
$1300m. Avail now. Call
N'side NEW TWNHSE,
2/2.5, w/d, 1 gar, grt for
R/mate .875 to FCCJ
$1150som. 604 705- 6762
N'SIDE/Oceanway 4/4, 2
story, 3y/o home, all apple
stay, w/d hkp, $1900m
Min 12m lease. 305-2917
N'SIde RTO Brand new
4/2 2cg, 2078sf Open fir
plan, grt view on lake/
nat. presv. $1350mo.
Avail Now 904-233-3090
Oakleaf Plan. Rentals
Immed. new homes
Lease/buy opt $1350
Oakleaf brand new 4/3,
close to Argyle Elem.
upgrades galorel fplc.
4, OP. 3/2, nice n'hood
lot. 1S00sf, imo dep.
Avail 9/1/06 PCS
Brand n e.w 3/2.5
Twnhse w/gar, close to
HAS. 786-488 7388
OP Eagle Landing 4/3 on
Ik, 18holegolf crs $1600
OP Eagle Landing 4/2.5
golf course, amenities
lawn maint incl
$1750 (904) 294,2470
OP Oakleaf Plant, Briar
Oaks. Brand new 3Br/
2.SBa 2stry TH, Ic ar,
comm amenities, $2250m
Henry 904- 885-6213
OP S. 1600sf, Lkfmt 3/2 +
4th bd/dn, fnc yd, Incld
Insp& trash nrNAS &
Sch. $1200 261-893.8610
Orange Park 2951 Dakota
Dr 32065. 2500sf, 4/2,
hrdwd & tile. $1250m
Realtor 904 215.-5833
420 Houses 420 Houses
Orange Park 3/2, 2cg, S'side 3/2 mstr ste w/walk
1500sf, new hva/c, all Ins, GR, fpl2 c gar, fenc
appi, lyr lease, no pets bk yd w/deck on pvt.
$995m+dep 272.6733 lake, $1200mo 631-9004
Ortega Manor 3/2 Sside Gate Prkwy James
CH&A, wd hkup K/eq, Isl. Near Town Ctr Mall
garage 5 min to NAS 4/2, 2400sf, w/d, 24hr
--JAX,nopets.$99S plus security $1950 mo.
dep. 904.571.8126 904.386-0698, 568-7106
4 Ortega Manor 3/2 ST. JOHNS/CR210/Bapt.
S CH&A, wd hkup K/eq. Hosp New 2/2.5TH, lcgar
Cl garage 5 min to NAS w/d, on lake. gated
JAX, no pets. $995 plus $950m. 205-267.8256
dep. 904. 571-8126
IVERDE 3/1 95 WESTSIDE NR ORANGE PARK
RIVERSIDE 3/1 $69 28R 1BA SMALL COTTAGE,
ch&a, 1169SF, Fmly Rm, NOWDHOOKUP,QUIET!
Grn HseKt E ip NtC Ng WD HOOKUP, QUIETI
VANSANDT REu 389 3s40 REF REQ. $595/MO. 778.2897
SOUTHSIDE -Off Kernan WESTSIDE 2/1 Apt
Blvd between Beach & Houses Paxon area
JTB Spacious 3 Bed- $600. $750/mo. Movein
rooms, 2 baths + office today! Greg 376.5190
(A/C) Brick house with
tiled living area, -o WestSidg
kitchen & hallways es. 2de
$1,800.00/Month to 14x66.2/2,new
include Lawn mainte- o4 screened porch,
nance Available Sep 1st carpet, vinyl, utility
No pets, and no smok- shed, many extras, 10 mins
ing please 904-616-6480 from NAS. $1200mo.
;btwn 8:00 am & 8:00 pm 695-2094
SOUTHSIDE -WF Estates WESTSIDE Brand new
4/3, 2800sf, 2 story, 4/22cg, 2078sfOpenfir
comm pool, tenn, $1750. plan, grt view on lake/
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Westside, Morris Oaks
New home 3/2, 2 gar
W Intra Coastal Hodges
Blvd b/t Atlantic &
Beach. 3/2, 1600sf fncd
yd. $1350m 904248,1210
W'side/Cedar Hills 3/1
1500sf, LR, DR, FR. W/D,
newly remod. $875m +
sec dep. Credit check,
No pets. 904-264-0567
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S Normandy & 4acre 3/2
single/must c/b lot
VANSANDT RE 389 3540
N'SIDE -1967 Ed Johnson
Dr. 3/2, $625m0 $675
dep. No pets 757-7621
WESTSIDE 2/1, WD hkup,
ch/a, no pets priv fen
lot $600mo + $600 dep.
Take of home, Best
offer. Most reasonable,
siblea 904-724 3508
E. ARL -Atl/Kernan, 10
miles to bch, N/S $475.
ref req. Sharon 565-1128
E. ARL -Atl/Kernan, 10
miles to bch, N/S $475.
ref req. Sharon 565-1128
Northolde honest work
Ing male pet friendly
$415 +dep 904. 757-4194
Orange Pk Share 2 Story
Hse w/pool seeks male
N/S $325+ulls 612-6646
UNF/ST. JOHNS BLUFF
PRIVATE kitchen bath &
entrance $580m 565-2604
W'S/WF seeks m/f turn.
rm, no sink/pet,
435 to ent
from NAS JAX, May-
\ port. $400mo all utlll-
S tes Included. DSL
Directv, Near 1-95/295,
Junction N. Call Jeremy
w/Microwave & Refrlgl
Low Daily/Wkly Ratesi
10% Off for Wkly Rooml
KINGS INN (904)725-3343
EFFIC $10OWK, Apt
$150week also houses
for rent turn/ unfurn
wk, month. 904-302-5753
off San Pablo Road,
rent Includes all $500,
pool & tennis courts
also. Avail 8/1. (h) 223.1843
SOUTHSIDE -Nice furn
room, near Mandarin /
dwntwn. Free cbl/elec
$140week Call 465-1777
Westslde Furn'd room
$400m. Must love dogs.
Halfway b/t NAS & Cecil
Estate Lake Home 4. 2.5,
,cha. 7ac. -OO'on lake
dockil500wuaoK904 731 3837
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industrial for Sale
Industrial bor Rent
Businesses for Sale
510 Retail/Dffice Space
515 Retail, Office Space
NC Store + cabin $94,990.
20 acres, stream: $9,990.
Prime Loc, Jax Bch. Free
standing bulld'g & prop.
Restrnt, 25 prk'g spaces
507 For Sale
MARINE TOWING &
FOR SALE. Owner's
Turn- key. Equipment,
515 Office Space
a For Rent
NEW OFFICE SUITES
1,920 sf to 11,520sf
Eastpark Great location!
P/T Office @ SS & JTB
Furnished & Incl. Recpt
$225/mo. Call 281-0566
DAY SPA & OTHER SPACE
560 Financial Services
565 Money to Lend
570 Mortgages Bought
BP Gas & Convenient
Store on 2.5 acre in
CONV FOOD STORE 2
loc. for sale very busy
makes good $$ 465-5348
The best bargain
ICE SHOP NATIONAL
very low overhead,
great oppty for hlgn
Income. All brand new
equip Incld. No Royalty
or Franchise fees. Only
REST/COFFEE SHOP FOR
SALE. 116 E. Adams St,
904- 571 7975. $35K obo
Make Big Money from
home In your apare
time. Call TOLL FREE to
hear a 9 minute audio
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#1 RATED RES/COMM
Existing cust. base
Immed. Income- $75k.
Second to Nonell
Thousands of Items
INVESTOR NEEDED $200K
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Call for Info 904-335-0503
600 Private Instruction
610 Specialty Training/
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ALLIANCE School Of
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om2 a Service
F/T Position In The
Service Dept. Good
The right person.
A Plus. Top Pay
Apply In Person To
Cashier, Mon -Fri
4700 Southside Blvd.
Signature Flight Support
(a BBA Av action Ser
vices Group company) -
world's largest FBO and
aviation support net
work has an Immedl
ate opening for a Cus
tomer Service Rep.
Must have valid drivers
license, HS Diploma/
GED and flexible avail
must pass drug screen
10 year background
check. $9./hr to start
based on experience.
Apply In person.
Signature Flight Support
14700 Yonge Drive
An Equal Opportunity
Drive your late model
P/U, van or SUV. F/T
and P/T avail. Gas
allowance bonuses. &
health plans avail.
904- 398- 4788 EOE
BEAT THE HEAT
Drive a late model
vehicle w a/c. Earn
600-800 per week. Call
904-493-5246. Ask for
Driver / Delivery Person
Immediate need for driver
with clean license
who is willing and able to
move heavy furniture.
Apply at 6160 Beach Blvd. M- F
DRIVER with CDL A or B
& exp. Single Ax/Tan
dam. Bilingual a plus.
Will train for Gunite.
Start $10-$11 while
training, 40+ hrs/wk
401K &bnfts Jax & St.
Aug area. DFWP EOE
Jax area. Are you look
Ing for a position with
99% no touch freight,
local work, good pay &
purchase your own
truck with no money
down? Then call
CDL CLASS A DRIVERS
Local hauling min $1BO/
day +bnfts. permanent
work. Call 904 266, 2030
or 941 5266930
A/C DUCT CLEANING
Good pay & benefits.
Good Driving record a
must. DFWP, Indoor
A/C SHEET METAL
Needed. Exp required.
Apply 3562 Lenox Ave.
M.F. EOE. DFWP
TECHNICIAN/ Sub Con
tractor. Must be exp'd
with own truck & tools.
Earn $1000+ weekly;
Large company seeking
and travel work avail
with experience, tools &
valid dr. lic. Great corn
pan ood at
can Jarred 7 .5703.
CONCRETE HELPERS &
EOE. Call 786-4999
7* 4 Trades
12 yar Company with:
* Pad health benefits
Paid holiday, vacation
Paid IRA wv/3% match
40 hrs+ wk
*Year round work
* Company t-shrts
* Competltive pay
Electricians & Helpers
minimum 2 years experience
Great Working Environment
Above Average Pay Scales
of Florida, Inc.
2759 St. Johns Bluff Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32246
FAX (904) 6454-6186
We are an Equal Opportunity
Drug Free Workplace
Job + Training. VA
904 824- 0220
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Apply at 426 N. Myrtle
Is Growing Our Fleet At Our
* Great pay
* Industry, Leading benefits
* Excellent home time
* Nationwide network
* Modern Fleet
Call 1-800-221-5127 ext 186
Ask for John
National Vehicle Transporter
"Driven to Deliver"
Future is Stronger.
ATM services. Electronic cash management and
distribution. Plus over i5o years ofexperience with
armored cash transport. Taken together, Loomis,
Fargo & Co. can bring your career into the future with
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Our Jacksonville branch has immediate openings for:
) ARMED DRIVER GUARDS
FT/PT; Day shifts available
$10.20 per hour
Must be 21 years of age or older
Eligible for Medical Benefits after 3o days!
Qualified candidates must be able to successfully
pass a background check that includes credit, driving,
criminal record, polygraph, DOT physical and drug
Please apply online at www.oonfrgo som
or call (904) 398-2090 for further Information
and to schedule an appointment. EOE.
M/FN/D. Drug-Free Workplace. Lic # BB2200022
MANAGING CASH IN SOCIETY
THE DRIVER EXPO
Works To Your
723 Dental 753 Security
71 in Industrial/
needed for busy Fab
shop. Mig, Tig & stick.
Carbon, stainless &
aluminum work. Drug
Free Co. Apply In per-
Contractors 3051 Faye
Road Call 751-3842
ROLLER OPERATORS A
OFF ROAD TRUCK DRIVERS,
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Project. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd. JAX.EOE
RAY CARTER KIA
has openings fot a
tion offers $10.00
a 5 day work week.
Line Tech Posi-
tion offers comisslon +
Ray Carter offers:
Aggressive Pay Plan
Please apply in
person or e-mail
resume to mar-
Ray Carter Kia
63,3 Blanding Blvd
Ja Ck .orvullle. FI 32210
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 and ask for
Exp'd, for N. St. Johns
Co. Piroict. DFWP Apply at
7587 Wilson Blvd JAX.EOE
PIPE LAYERS & LABORERS
with 5 years exp.
DrugFree Work Place
EOE, Benefits, 401K
at 904- 751- 8944 between
6:30a & 8:30a
PIPE LAYERS, FOREMEN,
OPERATORS & OFFROAD
TRUCK DRIVERS for Site
Utility Co. Top pay
benefits. Apply at 6507
W. Beaver St. 378.9700
Experience, transp &
FIT Must be wiiiing tO
travel. Alcohol A drug
free Serious nquiries
only Fax resume witl
904 824 7686 or email
rSnio Building and R.p'i
Global Ship Systems, LLC
located in Savannah. GA
has an immediate neeo
[or experienced loners.
cabinet makers. pioe
fitters, machinists. ana
certified weloers. Pre
fer csaniaates A'i t h
experience in snip
oullding and repair.
Excellent salary, health
oeneilts, and 401K
Steve Wheelock at
912-313-9672 or fax
resume to 912 443.0720.
For temp position with
national co. in Jax. Send
resumes & Cover letter.
Fax 850-386-9237 e-mail:
7 a, Professional
POLICE OFFICER &
Sheriff's Office is cur-
rently accepting applica-
tions for Police, Correc-
tions and civilian support
positions. For qualifica-
tions pertaining to Law
call 713-4870. For civilian
support positions, please
contact HR at 630- 2134.
The JSO Is an equal Opp'ty
Affirmative Action Employer
FT beaches EDA
Fax resume 249-7980
or Ph. 241-4237
PRE- SCHOOL TEACHER
position, for the Cam
bridge Prep School
Competitive pay, 401K
& Insurance. A great
opportunity In a grow
Ing school. 285-7997
for Arlington aviation
skills. Full or part time.
Email resume to
No nudity, no exp nec.
Will train- AM /PM,
No Mandatory Tip Outs
AT THE BEACHES
FRONT DESK CLERK
NORTH SIDE MOTEL
Call 904-751-3888 or Fax
resume 904 751- 3999
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
Call 998-3111 after 6 PM
SERVERS & KITCHEN
HELP- will train.
Orange Park. 264-6070
9801 Beach Blvd.
Call 399 1110
This entry level posi-
tion offers: great
opportunities with a
unique & successful
retail Co. No late
nights or Sundays.
Apple. In person at
Wood You Furniture
700 18 5. Blanding
Blvd Orange Park .
MERCHANDISERS- FT PT
& seasonal. $9/hr. Call
Mon -Fri 904-327-9785
For Industry Leader In
FAX RESUME 783.9598
OR CALL TODAY 783.-8385
-7S m Technical/
7 Jv Engineering
ing Fernandina Beach,
FL, company seeking
entry- to mid-lever
Auto Parts. $8/HR Exc
benefits. Apply in per
son at The Parts House,
10321 Fortune Parkway.
EOE Drug Free Workplc.
FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIANS
Gainco/Blue Ribbon Service Co.
Join a growing and vibrant company! Georgia
based leading manufacturer of unique high
speed check weighing and sorting equipment for
the Food Industry has several openings in the
USA. We are currently recruiting for openings In
Illinois and Texas This equipment is used In the
Food Industry with a primary focus in Poultry
Processing. Growing business demands an
increase In customer service availability In sev-
eral markets within the USA. We are looking for
individuals who have a high school degree as
well as an associate degree In electronics and
proven practical experience In servicing elec-
tronic, electromechanical and mechanical
equipment. The candidate must have the ability
to become "Scale Certified". The candidate must
be, computer literate with exceptional commu-
nication and excellent people skills. The candi-
date must be able to travel extensively. Spanish
language skills a plus but not necessary! The
company prides itself in Its Customer Service
Technician Career Development Program which
not only focuses on the technical aspects of the
job but also the Interpersonal and business
skills needed to deliver exceptional Customer
Service. Salary commensurate with experience
and education with excellent benefit package.
Resumes only to: Director of Human Resources,
Galnco Inc. c/o Bettcher Industries, Inc.-P.O. Box
336, Vermilion Ohio 44089. Fax 440-965-4207, or
email fmwhri'bettcher.com An Equal Opportu-
nity Employer (Galnco Blue Ribbon Service Is a
wholly owned subsidiary of Bettcher Industries,
Bantek / Premium
Armored Services has
Immediate openings for
ATM Armored Trans
porters In the Jackson.
ville area. We provide a
history of growth and
stable environment for
>- Min. 21 years old
SATM Exp. prefd
>- D & Lic. pref'd
>- Valid Drivers License/
good driving record
Great benefits incl. Med/
Dent / Life Ins. Must
ass extensive bkgrnd.
If you would like to loin
an Industry leader
please submit resumes
(Toll Free) 877.216-0159
PH: 888.336-2756 x6638
or application can be
downloaded from our
Brink's Inc. is the pre
mier provider of
armored car transport
tion. The customer.
focused individual we
hire will have except
tional ethics, Integrity
and will be self-mot]
vated. The company
also has a full benefits
-Full Medical/Dental Pkg
-Time & half for 40+ hrs
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
Needed. Benefits &
Training. F/T, P/T
Available. Call (904)
399-1813. EOE, M/F/D/V
Must have own transport
Clay Cty area. Call
FIELD MARSHALL- for
adult soccer league.
P/T $10/+ per'hour.
Contact Priscilla @
Tallman, and Hiliman
(exp w/deep wtr/ sew),
Natural Gas Foreman
(exp w/ backhoe pref'd)
Our company is bursting
at the seams! All posi
tions require expert
ence & good D/L. Good
pay and benefits.
Apply at 11220 New
Berlin Rd (904)751.1016.
is a drug free EOE
POOL TECHS 5er;ce a
Maintenance. FT.' PT.
On site training. Crown
Poos Call 6 6 .4300
TPC Saugr ass in Ponte
Vedra is hiring F'T
Equipment Operators in
the Golf Course Main-
tenance Dept. Prior
x'oe-rience ,s not
required. Must be at
least 18 rsold For
more Ino. call
273-3248. Hourly rate +
rreaical-den tal 1ife and
much more. DFW/EOE
TREE CLIMBER &
for Four Seasons
Come join an excep-
tional team at a small
animal clinic commit-
ted to compassionate
patient care on beau-
tiful Amelia Islandl
Immediate opening for
certified Vet. Tech.
seeking individual who
will bring enthusiasm,
strong technical skills
& good client commu-
nication. Be challenged
on a dally 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 Fernandlna
Beach Animal Clinic
1868 S. 14th St Fernan-
dina Beach, Fl 32034 or
JANITORIAL Exp'd VCT
Floor Techs & Unit Mgrs
need apply only. Top
pay. Eves & Saturdays .
JAZZ/HIPHOP & TAP
TEACHER- resume &
SIn home day-care on
4 base now available for
< infant and toddler
care. Please call
4 Licensed Child Care
Orange Park, FLorida.
<1> Accredited CPR
Toddler, Fun learnlng,full
time & part time, care
4 Licensed Daycare
Provider In Arlington
4 l1Area openings for two
year olds and up.
Please call Linda 683-7199
9 For Sale
90 Articles for Sale
910 Arts & Crafts
915 Building Supplies
927 Craft/Thrift Stores
945 Garage Sales
960 Machinery and Tools
970 Musical Merchandise/
990Wanted to Buy
T buffet server, 1920's. 2
lIrg drawers, 2 Irg side
1996 to see call
DELI COOLER, BEER
COOLER & SMALL PIZZA
OVEN. MUST SELL!
Best offer. 912-674- 5419
4, KENMORE 252 cuf
Side by side refrig
orator, Ice maker,
water and ice dispen-
sor In door $200 Derick
631-2631 or 771-6014
4, Maytag Washer
Tappan Dryer. Gently
S used, white $225 obo,
will sell separately
electric $175.2 yrs,
like new. Call 472-1417,
or 777-6660 anytime
for more details.
,J Refrigerator- SEARS
Iolw/lce and water, good
condition, wife wants
new stainless, $350 firm,
262-1736 or 982-6884
WASHER/ DRYER K e n
more Lg capacity,
works fme, $100 ea.
Fridge $140 Stove $150
Like new 238-3391
All white Kenmore
dryer. $300 for both.
Great shape can
S|deliver, large capacity.
~ $280. Call994- 0100
4, Window Air
B o13,500 BTU, like
new with remote
control. Used very little,
2 13'x9' modem rug,
S $100. Jewelry box
4Jt (women's) $10. Kinex
(screaming!) $20. Can e-mail
4 2x4x8 untreated.
.L' Treadmill, $50.
Twin Bed, $50.
Call 912-729- 2024
c ABOVE GROUND POOL
new pump. pool
I accessories, needs
Snew liner, $700 call Pat
Accordlan 120 Base,
S like new $500. VCR
player, $15. Antique
mllkcan, $45. Ford
Am/Fm, radio $25. 781- 6222
Bedrooms, Living room,
steel grill, Whirlpool
Stainless Steel counter
depth refridge, lawn
( St. Johns County)
MOVING SALE: call
268-6513 or 268-5335
S AT&T. 5.8 GHZ,
ti, Answering ssytem,
talking caller l.D,
power failure backup,
works great. $35.264 2482
T (almond/black) and
S push type edger. $50
each. All good work-
ing condition, 781-3681
4 Electric Patio Grill
lI only used 4 times, cost
"L. $160. Sell for $100.
Call 249- 1666
I Center, Sofa, Chair,
kf Dining Room Table
with 4 chairs, good
condition, asking for
$600. Call 868-3930
SCenter, Sofa, Chair,
V |i Dining Room Table
S with 4 chairs, good
condition, asking for
$600. Call 868-3930
S LADDERS40ft. $181
,L and 38ft. $160, bring
tralelor Call 264 1506
SColeman 1750 $115.
4, Generator- Coleman
T Vertex. 5500 electric
Start, OHV commer-
cial engine with power
cord approx 4 days use
S Tops 11x2ft,w/
h I obacksplash also Island
SLawnmower 22" 4 HP
$80, upright vacuum,
\j,2$20. boys 20", bike, $10,
Boombox speaker, $45.
S Extra lae blue and
black, $50. 270-5373
4 PINBALLU MACHINE
Full size, electronic,
L Asking $1400 obo
RIMS 20" 100 SPOKES
$ .22"d 100 spoke
l$6s w/tires, ad2- t-
slan Thailand rug, $75.
*4 Pr girls pants (khaki &
blue) size 6
S4 Pr girls shorts with fv
cuff (khaki) size 6 6x
* 2 Girls skirts (tan) size 6
* 1 Girls skort (blue) size 5
* 6 Burgundy & grey plaid
jumpers size 6,6x
* 2 Bue umpers size 6,6x
CALL 7048859 & Leave a
message, If Interested.
4 SHED RUBBER-
S MAID HORIZONTAL
GUr Great for bikes and
supports, 13001bs. Cost
$449.99. Selling for $199.
great cond. $200
Sprayer like new $500.
Professional weight set
w/bench $200. 607-1403
4 SWIMMING POOL
new liner, 15ft,
$700. Call Pat 781. 4188
4 Swivel Spindle
i, Back Barstools (2)
25in., $30ea., New
power can opener
knife sharpener. $10. New
maker. $18. 781-8083
TOW BAR FOR SALE
Stainless steel, $200
A TV STANDS (2) wood
adn glass. $35 each,
F Weight Bench w/leg
curls & butterfly
S exercise, 1901bs of
weights, 2 barbells,
387-2943, Eve. Westslde.
4 WEIGHTS- 3501bs w/
6.0 HP, great cond,
$100 obo, 521-3176
Hard Pan Fill Dirt
CHEAP! Private indi-
vidual 904- 497-9666
9 0.- Office
BRAND NEW IN BOX
SAMSUNG DS16incl. 5
DS24 phones, 6 line
capable, 12 stations,
4 Workstations $500 ea
Fireproof flies only $399
Gator Office Furniture
SFloor Speakers. 2
Fisher 150w ea, 2
Pioneer 100w ea. VGC
$30 per pair. 261-5205
570V Monitor Key-
board & Speakers,
$Soobo. Call 904 662 0260
4.5 ton, new condenser
4, HVAC 1.Ston w/han-
Sdler- $ 300; 1.Ston cen-
tral A/C- $150, trailer
furnace- $250; fire-
place-$250. All ob0,
BAYMEADOWS Fri & Sat
8-2, 8679 Hampshire
Glen Dr. S., computer,
china & crystal, baby &
women clothes, baby
items,furn, hshid items.
Sale, Fri, Sat & Sun, 8-6
7790 Las Palmas Way,
Wurlitzer organ, dining
room set, etc.
4 CAMDEN CO.
SGarage Salel Furni-
ture, Saturday July
15th. 8a-12p. Bristol
Hammock across from
Camden high School Call 2
see early. 912-882- 6636
Sale at Ocean Park.
4235 Marsh Landing
Blvd. Sat 8am until ?
Jul Crk 7/15; Sat 7am.
The Vinlngs off SR210
244 Carolina Jasmin Ln.
(St. Johns County)
Moving sale: Bedrooms,
Living room. Family
grill, Whirlpool Stain-
less Steel counter
depth refridge ; lawn
equipt., call 599-9660
SS Gfove Park Big Salel
7/15; 8-1; turn h'h etc.
1040 Martinique Rd. Furn
S'slde 1173 Gunka Rd. Fri.
7/14, 8-4 & Sat. 7/15, 8.1
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
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SATURDAY, JULY 22, 2006
THE EQUESTRIAN CENTER
10:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M.
Hosted by The Florida Times-Union, the Driver Expo
brings employers and potential employees together.
Applicants representing many segments of the
transportation and trucking industry will be on hand to
talk with employers regarding available opportunities.
Join the Driver Expo and meet your new employees!
As an exhibitor, you'll receive a skirted table, a
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advertising and lunch for two!
fhe 10fioda wimes1-lnion
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Call Roselyn Hellard at 904.359.4312 for more Information.
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I 3.8 HP, 20" cut, $35
$55 obp, Stihl or Cub Scout
weedeater, $50obo, either
one Daniel Pease.
Murray Ultra Push
Mower. 60HP, wit h
bag, god condl-
tlon, 411. 882-1052
Hard Pan Fill Dirt & Sand-
t- w Furniture -
4, Amre Holds 32" TV,
bookcase on side
sJ storage on bottom
$90; bedroom fuml-
ture, gold winged chair.
4, ArmoireHolds 32"TV
Sglass bookcase on
a side storage on bot-
tom, $70. Bedrmnn fum.
gold winged chals
BED $100 1/2 Normal Price
Queen and Full Same Price
SKing $160 (904) 674.0401
BED $100 1/1
Brand name box & matt
QN SETCan del 858-9350
BED $115. Full SET, brand
name, new w/warr In
plastic 3911105 can del
BED $130 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 del 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
BED Solid wood cherry
sleigh bed w/matt. &
box. Retail $950, Sac.
$395. 8589350 Can deliv
SChester Drawers (2)
4, (1) three drawer, one 4
drawer, $45 each call
VI$ couch tan, recliner
seats. Very comfort-
able, must seel call
282 4960. Asking 550.
Din rm set glass /chrome
w/hutch, painting $600.
other access. 704-5176
a Ent. Cntr-Contempo-
Srary. 3 sections each,
kt lighted, holds 32 In
5elevislon white r
knockdown ceiling texture,
Entertainment Center -
Oak. Glass Front Doors
Speaker boxes. Shelves.
Plenty of storage. Great
Condition. Will sell with
32" Sony TV for $1200
obo. Or without TV
$1000 obo. 278-9621 IV
$75 or best offer
a FURNf jRE (MISC.)
Kitchen table, bedrm,
317-6618 weekend (days
only) Weekday (days)
The futon is a couch
that turns into a full
bed. Bunk bed on top.
Black Metal asking
$300. Comes with both
Mattress & sheets.
LA-Z- BOY (2) Rocker
Srecliners medium blue
4 -good condition, both
for $100. Call 772- 1916
4, SOFA, Light
I Blue/Gray, Tweed,
SI like new, excellent
SSOFA & LOVE SEAT
good condition, $350.
SSOUD OAK KING/ON
4 mirror nightstand top
triple dresser. 9 drawer,
4 STORAGE TOWER
SHolds lots of cd's, dvd,
or tapes. Woodgrain,
double doors are
lockable on casters.
Q, TV- 651Snch JVC Pro-
Jection PIP built In
,surround sound all the
extras, $1600 obo.
4 WOOD BUNK BED
condition, 3 yrs old,
bedding Is negotiable.
Will emall pictures. Also
very household Htems,
curtains, vases, candle
holders, rocking chair, tall
6" foot foliage. 997-8731
One owner, new 1/2
gallon, fuel. HR. $1800.
Drum Sets (ISO) $149Up
New Spc & hdwr $349 300
GuItars $49Up 387-6527
4 GUITAR FENDER used
less than one hour
comes with AMP and
great for beginner. 735-9120
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 714 0141
MAN'S & WOMEN
both are one speed,
coaster brake, 26"
tires, fenders in
good shape, $50 each.
Daniel Pease. 912-729-4001
Deer & Turkey Hunting
Lease 400 ac near 1-95
Edisto RIv.SC. Buddy
803- 359- 9165/787- 0003
4 HITCH. VALLEY -
CALSS III Universal -
J under the frame.
Removed from 1996,
Jeep Cherokee fits
a HUFFY PORTABLE
BASKETBALL HOOP -
adjustable from 7ft to
10f. $125obo. 422-3113
HUNTING CLUB S.I. GA,
Trophy managed deer &
turkey. 2200ac's. 1.5hrs
from Jax Bill 904 545 1505S
4 Mountain Bike -
Gary Fisher Kaital
barely ridden $400
OBO. Ron 509-8114'
POOL TABLE -custom -
built 4x8 slate, $720. -
Second. many extras,
L Including rnat fan
-& space saver, paid
$650 asking $450.282-7925
UFTINO CAGE with
bench adn accesso-
des.. 2601b, of olym-
pic welshf,1501bs of dumb
a,8 Pool Table Ollo Pro-
fessional Series $900
obo. Deana 645-9516
990 Wanted To
Buy Or Trade
Push Mower that runs
and cuts regardless of
age or appearance.
1005 Livestock &
1010 Pets and Supplies
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1010 S pets 1010 pPets & 1205 Boats 1220 Marint 1300 Motorcycles
AMERICAN BULL DOG RED NOSE PITBULL A RIgid 2' Inflate SUPble SPOR1976
dingY 82' hts,,p 20 saf, HPbYamaha eUERaSPOT $21976
puppies FREE Call Julia tT FREE to good home, alumTnium t ller plus O/B MOTOR 2000 A Classic restored
49-6900/465 3 II tan very affectionate nyacesories, Tohatsu, hp, 20" shaft, beauty w/extras $2800.
call 912. 322. 6096 or beat cover 90& 635 2975 $675, reliable 912-882-3418 vanson Hyman motor
l Aquarium 912-399-3857 for details cycleJacket sz 42-exc
1 5 gallon, with acces- 12fH. canoe- Solid, old RV's & cond$300. Call John
oe6s pmump filter, SCHNAUZERS. mini AKC, twn, Pc 1230 904 2594205betw.9a2p
waterheater, ho 2 HC, shots Wormed cane seatr paddles supplies
with fluorescent IIM with 10Males1 1Female L carto carrier, extras, 4 Kawsaki NIa2
manual,$28. 26.2482 $350 $500 904.866.8565 B0.276.8203 AIRSTREAM & TRAIL 04'-Like nw Only
BEAGLE PUPPIES 10 wks. MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS 408 miles, garage
BEALE PUPPIES10 wks SCHNAUZERS, AKC Miwkni Ver 15' Keywest 02' ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES kept. *Cean*
AKCre hth cert, fes cute, AKC Mini S/P. w Sales, Service, Parts $2400obo, call I70 8389
$250; males $200 tro males $450 S/W & shlng rstw/h J.D.Sanders R.. Sales
phy winning parents on health cert. Both POP. Y amha four stlrk e Sa (8 Sl
premises 386937-7850 904-651-8279. load w/ trailer. Aachua (386) 4623039
904-710.6184. 10 416439 Screaming Eagle
Bichon Pups AKC 8wks M SHI w ewsS c Alero B 1837, Fatoy 5'. Lote of
BFhome raised smw veM SHIH.TZU CKCimperails www to ts l A20BuhI 19% C 37'.; sH u s
S home rased s mi,912 ve215 shots & Worme boate/lS20xtil FrelghtllnerXC chassis; l custom parts runs
9c6 91221.5150 sts14 4wm7 / F4 275HP, turbocharged exc. Have 2 bikes
904 214 4257/406.0144 , 15ft. 61n. SCULLING 3126 Cater illar D-esel lmustgo. $12K. 91282.82177
S Black Lab M FREE DORY- Rowing unit, engine wlh Allison, 6
r old, needs good SHIH.TZU AKC Reg. new weeps, oars, seed transmission, Suzuki GSX-RZ,600cc,
ome, no xed. 2M. paper trained, 11 cover, newtraler fully loaded, too much 40th arv
912.576T72m0 weeks READY GOb Call exas$275. 76- to Ist with the mile- Alstare Edition l
BOSTON TERRIERCKC Diana 291-7745 age about 50k. Only L carbon fiber exhaust,
BoT N TRIRKCP ks17 Bass Tracker '89 70HP $68w945.00 0 S800ml Jacket helmet,
male $475. 9D4269657 ST. BERNARD PUPS. CKC Johnson 2hr on motor (904)294-6223 or
'. 22 $500 $3500. 904-786-0522 (90)289-4481 Inud.
BOXER PUPS AKC M/F 904 505 9275/272 3222 A must see online at
Fawn w/black mask o l htt://ww w. acsonvllle SUZUKI KATANAS03
POP $500.S -837-7735 WANTED fIorida.bimoto.htm 600cc, 3200 miles, exc.
S$500. 5 u 2000 In/out board, ond. $4000. Call
n $2 Long Hair male new HP190,englne, $ c Coleman Caravan 26aEssl/207.92
&up. POPd CKC. HC Non pesf vn -Ganized20 W Travel Traler 02
shed hang raised pies for loving family shorelander trailer greatTravelTrUUKe
Barbara 904-568-6418 call 726-8784 very cond$12M. 1472-" 7/ bun kbed, central air. / SUK2003,
Cocker Sp el Pups Reg, interested 2820493 SeePs 7 new microwave, 1) 8,500 Miles Micron
50 $Spa0ief/wto Prk o eTa new awning. John 708,7024 High Mount
$350.$450 Buff/white, Yoe AiTo&.cupsr18'A0'exhaust. Remapeo Fuel
F 2M 7719590 1M. 1FBabdolace I Openaw4cyl,ala, DUTCHMENDENAU System. K&N Air Filter.
Doberman AKC Pup, awks, HCR38454-8274 one mercrulser low 06'.30ft.2slides, split Damien 505-7332.$4600
chp bin 5 black & an hrs,aquatrallrlr, bath, ducted, a/c, OBO
males* 1 red male 904- VORiKIE MINI PUP IM $7800 obe, call 21 9173 front Queen rear liv-
rads 10 r ang awnsing verV spacious.s olS uurki vnA
229-6134,479-841-3459 no papers parents on g a 5iv ng 24f in treude e s
premise are3ibs $700s. 19 SEA CHASER '02,l vSnInudr3
Germ Rottle Pups full 904-207-0944 115Yam '03, 4strk, exc TOW BLUE.OX 'cI 7500 Mies Cobra
blood, AKC $800- 650SF cond, $10 912-25 0859 orbasepate, dr ves aft serviced, 70 rile
/4M 403-090/881-3992 YORKIE PUPS AKC, i disconnect w/drive- chk.D 2 -
0RAT D U Quantd TP Ps90 ex K. al o 2 P Dshaft Chev. Blazer 608.5 41 $5995
T DANeps.ackU POP, 3 6 ft eam, good con- 97-08, auto transmission
taking deposits. Black, Readytogo 3 ditonnewED trailer $300i ovaluedS 1300
Merle $1200. 904- lihts. Great state Yamaha V.Sta 00'.
259-8304 or 254 2607o2 6 s e l
www.acostadanes.com 47A3008 w."d'&dgie
Grea ITTE Pups. 4M, 3Fh JET SKI's (2) W/D t itbagsext warr, exc.
Black or Harne Pu PF.PO trailer.,Caifor details condition, 15,8J0 ml, $61K
$200- $400 904-945-6576 w onaeer ends asking. __ obo/2_& 2634
Jack RusselTerrier Pupasa foratls$2o90s52r8ers dn m 3ut an 3
HC a POP, am/stoc ky. st tt af earas e000 .
781-0599,04635285 vmsg Tra inortati2e ftoSwa A M RI nner 1310 4Aut02a5
C orUsale, .nPiS 1230 MAviation Outboard, 350S5. 7L, HUBCAPS 63'I1 ,
Puls U ufor sale, yor el Vb
adultsfree 386-454n 125 Boats $ 000obxtres SS,setof 4goodto
S1 1OSallboats 710, 347T vore ryT 6 lV TdonyR E 87odRcond.
6 wks old, all shots, HC 1 2Re15B 500 927 0 8 u lls l
Call 434-3000 R sel 6, ts 9012 BEACH BmILVI. Power Stroke7.3L remain
A EMarine Equipment K In dstorageac/ (904) 642-1600 Ionblock assembly
JACK RUSSELL 2M/IF and Supplies heal, microwave,2 r lq -f l $3800. 904 30o-1603
ready7/9poaIers, shots 1230 RV's and Supplies f dges, tv/vcr and more. mer
CKC a0 E Call 743-9812 1235RV Rentals Books at $70I. Asking $65Le mit nd TIRES-LIKE NEW B/F
.Q. KITTENS- 1300 Motorcycles/Mini 27S228 ,7-51 TGoodrichRP195/E s
SAdorable free ittns, Bikes ,en MONTEeAY 208U1 n ever mounted. C$1o
Iaseeidng relocation to a 305 AUtO Brokers 4 2004 24hrN 5.0 L 1300 Motorcy6les 210038 g$150.
warm loving, home 1310 Auto Parts 1300A/ /CD. ___TIRES/ RIMS -265/65/R17
offer2nglotsoflptime. 1315iAuto Rent/Lease VSwim Platform. NIssan Pathfinder. 'O.
L.20Antiques/Classics excellent condition. 4 guell 3a1t-2000 $250 eNa OBO 629-9122
Lab puppies AKC, block 1325 AUtomobiles T4-ndem axle trailer. l 500c., engine runs
bd 16WKS HC Playful& Z5000 or Less $22,500. 813-4819. 1lo miles.
lovable. POP' 2M/F, 1 3OT2uck% alers/ 2692174. Antiques/
$250; 904- 349 3210r2"ft GULF STREAM IV. 1320 lassies
LABRADODLES healthy Vssailboat with 9h Harley Davidson 883XL
to uiteus.uSheryy 134Vans/uses -,-r m ryeoutboard, i- p ldn
Po ltygus. Shed 135O MisC. Auto asking $1900 oo. call ser lr us CADILLAC DEVILLE -1968,
LAB -yellow, 4me, Fern, WantedRPY Kevin912.54112 condo, $lOk 463-7410
extremnelyoutstanding, GNP Evinmde ex. K
$400 215- 022 Icondga metal gas Honda 1300c,404'
,AT, s,,,,z 1205 Boats 4 ; goui Vance 4 CORVEIBIE 07'RED
OMAEAAS. YHIH s 5 Batsrevers,500.292.08814 ,1-Hines, Exhuast, lots 97,500 ml, runs great
POMERANIAN YOERUKIEof extras 2 yrs 1 exc. cond. $9900.
CHIHUAHUASPEKINESE Seadoo w/Traller factory warranty+ Firm call Patsy wk
9043746177 Cover 199 SUZUKI/ITOHATSU service, remainnrig, 912.573-4479 (hm)
M e U nNew tires and Sales, ServIce & Parts $9S00.5533249/ 904-225-8310
Maltese AKC Pups. Tiny other wheel Advance Marine 730-3332
Males $700. Females bearings $1700 AuthorizedNissanService
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132 Classics 1325 Automotive utomotive 1 7340 SUV's SUV's 130s1 suW 1 0 SUV's
CADILLAC DEVILLE '01. il m Lexus GS300, 1999, Volkswagen GTI '96 VOLVO S80 '06E' l
SVOLKSWAGEN Lthr loaded 47900 ml, I FORD ESCORT LX'97 black, extra clean. VRS, 5 speed, custom AWD,fully equip. /' CadillacEscalade CHEVY TAHOE 03' FORD F.350XLTT971 j:D NISSAN
.1. BEETLE 69'. mmac $13,95. 7-9119 4 Dr Black custom paint Ready to o$10,0O0 or sound carbon hood, n .llacEa URUNDY, V erd 7.3 Diesel Crew RE'
J BEETLE RUNS GREAT] lob w/sllvet fade. besa offer. $18k$200048b$35,90 k Barleath rexc. PAThDHFID
replaced, engine. CADILLAC BROUGHAM F9y k0t Rear 94-406-2996. 9047443980. 998012ul e. bDually15Leather CD $14,995
transaxle rebuiltcarborator, '92 Low ml. like new M spolle custom interior LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $27,990. 99012 $21,500.Call 772-7031 oman ea Ko LEXUS OFJACKSONVILL
comp lete brakeJob. $4000obo. Must sell Euro tll lights, Custom LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 553.006 Call912-576-9855/ 998-0012
$2obo. 288-8270 rmied. 904-477-1806 ragon decal ustom i Lexus 400 Trucks,VanSUV0 -o. O LT 12-467-3909
17" rCADILLAC&DEVLLE ms wheensml I 9T96 v8, 115k, CH EQanIO ,T TAHO E-3 TOYOTA RUNNER'
Stiae7CADILLACDEVILLEItondard tinted windows green/3hd fully ALL$CCPMO L Champagne/tan 4 Ford Ranger PIckup 'LTD
1325 Automotiv 04. Pearl wht/tan Cold A/C. loaded excellent condo l Military GORDON CHEVROLET xtra low mi $20,995 'sACreceity LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
$18,495 998-0012 GREAT CONDITION. ton, boise radio, re- and 904-272-2200 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE servl d Alo runs
AcuraC 01'Black, LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Askn mion package, $8200.00 - 998-0012 great. $7 262482 TOYOTA RAV4'00 AWD-
tan leather, sunroof, amnm. Mon Sun 904-571-9193 Civilian CHEV SILVERADO XCAB loaded, 58,300 miles Very
S changer. A / CADILLAClCTSlo03 C ca $ 5 5 7 '02 ACURA 3.SRL .P ,REMOTE ,.cHEVYTAHOELT MCDENALIXL n 9. 674-444.
$13 o. 472128. Pearl white/tan, Lincoln Towncar er CURA $0 DOWN 03 PLPWDON CHEVROLET '04 Moonroof, CD, MC D04. White/tan, TOYOTA SEQUO
LrLEXUSF C VL AC auto dimming reear CD, leader, sunroof EVERYBODY 904-272-2200 quado seats, fullyeup $31,990 LTD '03 Fully eqt
Smrr, cruise, heated $7 9 EVERYBODY chrome wheels. $28,990 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $35,995.99
ACURACL'03 998-0012 seats PDL, PLS, PM, IDES CHEVSILVERADOZ71'04 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 998-0012 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE.
-Ta,995 Fully0 Eq t AIOTVW86 sound. rear AC, chrome '02 AUDI A4 C TOYOTA TUNDRA SR5 --
$18, 95. 998-002 CARIOLET VW 6 Wwhees. driver side a Chris 662-70726 O 220 CrewACab PLPW CC
OR O CHE OLE DO G DAK MI Wagon Avant OTA '95 4 '04. Extra low mi
ac/atconvertIble, steer heelcn- One owner, leather, 904-272-2200 X-Cab V6, cold AC. $26,990. 998-0012 GORDON CHEVROLEti,
SACURA RSX 05' O" NseV2RllTa o to 537A P Sk Street sterringwee a On Ds Onowne r, e her, g HEvsLyADOE f S n o LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE ao
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sunrroof ondly MN P ArV7 9rTODual Fr9owa 9Osters, obo. Call 904-333-2221 $17,859 13 0oorLess cv -w.o9O-o
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Hooker Headers, 14REMOTE $17,550 DVODATG DAC oe. $5975 (D HONDA CRY OTA TACOMA '04
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LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE LEATHER PLPW PS, 1st $10,000 oMabo. signature one owner, LANDROVER PRISM 94 904-272-2200 EXUS OFully E ed auto 35000 m loaded
998-0012 ORDMON $47,98T like ew,S New tires and clutch. Dodge Duranjo LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
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e Co ACD ue CHEV uO H& *3 n n9 GORDON CHEVROLET 1ORDlOeb HEs, LTol r $. '06 EX. 4x4 Like age $2100 Call Randy
warranty exc. cond, MNRF, CC MADA MLEATHER, V6, fully loaded, TSI red, 87K mies, 904-272-22009 04-273-200 6/o 0 $. 9184
$19 obo.910-040 PL, PW$17,988 newbrakes, tuned. up, LOOKING FOR A TRUCK? '04 HUMMER H2 1 -srepd,w/tarboIl 904-272-2200 3- or new. 30,890
GORDON CHEVROLETfluids hanged GO TO sunroof, Leather, 3rd Intercooler Interior 912-673 673 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILL
L F A o er 3d great, needs some body 2 CHEV T L BELAZOE350O 998-009412 w.
904-272-2200 excellent cond.. LRUbo. ORDONCHEVY.COM Seat, XM Radio work, engineer runs stronmb C Hl SULLERD 93 se
SnA4gUAnTRO 912o882n1052ng 05 DUALLY CREW CAB DODGE DURANGO __o__ ,
AEUDI AQA 9 1 $35,9bh er F N JL u SW 3 but hesItates when accel- LT $29,95 0 L E
'05. 2H5. $29,990 CHV,2089Only514kmi
998-0012 P L0C 0. e erag.8H as12 Pfuel Anjetra ors GORDON CHEVROLET x LOnG D INFICHomQXS6'05 1. DODEGRAND""
LEXUS OF JACKSONVIL PL, PW,CC,PS,PW FORD MUSTANGG Mazda MGlata '0 '04 LANDROVER battery, K&Nfll- 904-272-2290 $19,995. 998-0012 Navigation, DVD, Caravan, 2000,
SLE .REMOTE $14,950 6 CYL, PL, PW,,$15,488 4O LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Fully Equip. $41,890 Runs and Loo35 s
9B8u0012 L536b Vl CtD,0 new tTp,40 t19959 spark.PC PS*oM plg For wireso AC. 470 m cover^ w ires &
GORDON CHEVROLET GORDON CHEVROLET JeatherA Ran eRoverHSE many extra parts $1800 CHE SUBURBAN LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Great! 99K, Blue, 10
BMW 3251 Convertible 904-272-2200 904-272-2200 4 xtenied s Nwar-n s s.Eck .. 9 .201)93998-0012 disc CD. $5500 Argyle
$95, Very nice. new ranty 52k miles, Naygation, sunroof Cell. 35rc 5207. LHome APWP$32,950P4"Oft 33Fordo 9s $
tires Oe AC!ngine GORDON CHEVROLET "jTA Mrebuilttrans, cold ac, INFINITI FX3504 Dodge Grand
C Are I. f raAC! Es EV IMPALA LSV5 '03 F R M SA NGE. T L1k 00 6a 43355 Y3 59 CmN04 4 Dod ge 9 Gr
rb ilt $7000orbest C PL, PW, PM PS IORD MUSTANG GT '97 FORD CONTOUR '98 904-272-2200 S1bo. call Ex Low Miles Like Caravan SE'
offer. Call 708-9018 or REMOTE $12,950 WhiteAT, loaded, low MAZDA MIATA W0' 05LINCOLN 4DR, looks& runs great, 912.812.7289 after 4pEo
0 GORDON CHEVROLET miles. $7975. 6744444 convertible, A/C $2250. obo 25-3058 New $31995 Exc od, all records,.
BMW 330CIC E 005 RD MUSTANG 5 T 5 $50K. 11K 912-729-1892 Sunroof, leather, Ford Ranchero L73H LOADEDD 750R FORD, whiteX E Xl LEXU, S OF 80ACKSONVIE0.E
4 LHADLE 2eda.l5hedrr wie loaded, aR t, ac 99 8-0nl0y 90 2ilgef lex $Ce
Convertible '03 CHv MLIBU 4 L95 PL, P, CC, A. MA Z M NA '2 running boardsR 302 engine runs GORDON CHEVROLET $975 74-4444 obo Green oveSpngs
d oCeD MALIBUOKTSv04 l e dMA ZDA 5L. r V ad. dd 04 Lt CHEVYrcSANFR904-272-2200 JEEP CO0HOKiiii E ISD'o4
White/tan. $34 P PCC P R OT $ T A 0 $5,840 P59,5 EY Ca DsIPRMtrong. Hsyke theo 904-272-290 JEEP CHE E LD '0
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE erm$12,950 EU GORD ON CHEVROLET Pearl met. w/bele Ithr, mFO E, GC Conversion Van
aGOR 0 T0Ac, OOnrM P d Auth Pr ,NeedsbodyInterior warK FORD EXPLORERSTP- V6, LIMITED, Silver per-V a
998-0012 GORDON CHEVROLET 904-272-2200 $aacml$,95 4Dmoonroof, loaded,NeodynteroIGrwr CHEV TAHOE '03 TRAC '05 2WD, PL, PM, fect shape 0 down $279 '84 cold s/c, front n
Ford0Ranger2927. MAZDA2MATA'01oDURANGO Hemi rrrestoration. Good 'PM, CC, PL PW$1S,999 AUTO, PW$17,950 mo. It is read tr,4 captain seats
mi diDNL6NEVRLT 90 2 915res newbattery anEV T GORDONCWHVROET for $21,825 NOW $13,988 fold down rear seat
MW 330 Sedan Ford Ranger 92 MAZDA MIATA0 Leather, CD, owner starter. $ obo. Erck. 904-272-220 904-272-220 260-9222 $2,000 nag 912-8823492
'O. Ashblue/tan. CHEVMONTCARLOS Rlar Cab with Extralowmiles. $17,859 0207 3 3 2hm GM CONVERSION
Fullyequip32,990 '5CC PL, PWPS, PM tJ topper..,Sspd, a/c, Beautifull$11,980 CHEVTAHOE'05 JEEP CHEROKEE '9 VAN92!- ouch and4,
LEXUD OF JAKOV ILL MNRF $13,950 -recent serve. Looks PL, P P R(71 FORD EXPEDITION -
ISLOF JAC OVILLE GORDON CHEVROLET and run I $ LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE PW, PSPM REMOTE Black Loaded NewTires captains chars
9drun at.o re$1775. 's01MW3 Ceeds $2b,950 O '03 Eddie Bauer, Like New, Low Miles tv/vr, surrouEaE
9042722200 COUPE J transmission, drive- GORDON CHEVROLET 4x4. $22,995 Must See. $498 sound, am/f cas 97K
0 v PremlumkMPackage,0able, newa/c, tires, 904-272-2200 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE 260-9222 miles,$3500.997.9741
.M Z4e3p1g590 HEVYMAnul. FOD2kRESTCHE20SE2SlieZ'ourn.Ony oneowner thermost200Kmiles,98012OOBS R 998-0012 O
P1ra9pkg $35,990 red. manual 82k m, 2002 Slver'04 Touring. Only o sSOobo. Call 534-4390o' CHEV TRAILBLAZER '06 JEEP GRAND LOOKINGFORoATRUCC?
998-0012 $5500 396-040Y Immaculate condition! 17,000 ml. $33,840 $19,9 CC PL PW PS PM Ford Expedition 00' CHEROKE4 GOO
LEXU O JCSNIL40000 mIles. $5,500 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE Mitsubish Eclipse 9' R TE AS XLT- Automat,
4LCACaNVILLE ,ice 1989 OO. Call 997-0499 998-0012 '04 CADILLAC New clutch new GORDON CHEVROLET 98,30 mlles, power White/ta
o UKNU 1,. wt2E J alte nator. Clean 904-272-220 eve Cruise m les. 16.995
ms d ht ESCALADE NeedsWorkMustSell leather, rearar.askIng, ILEXU OF JACKSONVILLE DSI. HOUEIEVAN
UIEU99 rims TslEwhs.1t To RAMEaN King Oak NISSAN sENTRAGXE '01,950.TTakesLER1K00ISS 9800
overdrIvewtIAterbefamewithCDPWPSPLCCTech. -eatcallCD,1owner mt.t S0 CCHEVYBBLAZERrLoded3500
4-door. 3.1 Auto- Leather, D, owner Frt$0.Tae 998-0012 98 Loded 3500
Exc. cond., like new. 904-327-7774 Anthony regular king mattress. 2k m, $300. 264-3359 $32859 T 4wd, ps, pw912674 2
cold air new paint, $1300. i/76T-73k/ JA cruisBo, new thee, n-e LM I G A TR -
economcalmust Chevy Carice Classic 912227086 NISSAN SENTRA GLX 99 03 FORD A on great GO TO
4drAat/ac, ploaded, Or4 own ersA ow- cond. UCSCKO'9 03w O Du Asl aTE t.$
&120C ,custon seats & bed 998-0012 MAZDA TRIBUTE LX '04 300cc.. oewtop end-
PONTIACFIREeKb IF-6ys O 0OvlPL,4M,PW CC REMOTE new back tires, runs
GORDON CHEVROLET Leather, CD, Navi,NDA PONTIAC FIREBIRD FOR- p 7ALEX YO J N cover. $13,500 Bl. Call $1O950E SAL
S904-272-2200LTD$27d, 2K ml 7-911 '03 TOYO champ/tan$32,995 fordetals94-51-857 FORD F '94. SWB, GORDONCHEVROLET Call 449-3O68
LEX OF JA KSVILLE HONDA ACCORD ML pCK FRANK GRIFFIN .coA.
Buick aSabre 93' 998-0012 EX '05. weather, HIGHANDER 998-0012 CHEVY CREW CAB Dually $285. Ca6 4-4444 904-272-22 SEAO 93' w/ trailer
good condition- AC aeV6, CD. $20,890 TOYOTA AVALON XL'-99 ULmited, AC, V6, '00. VS, AT, AC. 47,800 mi. A cover, new GiresO
works, new front tires1OPT K, one owner '06 Nice! $13,975.674-4444 MAZDA TRIBUTE LX'03 wheel bearings. $1700
sees$0 (CHRISLERPTURBOT0 998-0012mi. $9975. 6999669' PM, PW, AUTO,PL $18,988 V6,white, loaded. very rail 904962-.5149
904444104 CRUISER TURBO 04 Fully eqpt. GORDO C O I clean $13,975.425-3659
$13,640. 99840012 998-0012 1 5Sspd, ac, custom, 904-272-2290 4 c 1 7
BUICK REGAL LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE HondaChlico03'-x TOYOTA AVALON '04 CHEVY LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE paint,owered, toneau -upcampet
2 door blue,tanI '4FulyEquipped cover, custom wheels, 2006, White/Black %L sloepse ice cold
LEATHERPL, PW, PM, PS C r L 30K mIles, great con- $30,995 S URBNo CadlllacEscalade 03' $9500obo. 912-729-7643 FORD F2S0SD4WD'04 AM/FM/CD. Bad- W epsl6 main-
GORDON CHEVROLET 04'. Conv. GTC dBon,521.17 EXU OF8-0012 JACKS1sys sunroof, on. star, CHEVY TAHOE T '99 $31,550 4200 miles. Excellent
904-272-2200 on bnlkIthr, 6 disc acean low miles, must 4x4 loaded, dual ac, Nice! GORDON CHEVROLET Condition,$18,300. spare tire0
changer, auto C see. $31K call 923-4881 $6975. Call 425-4320 904-272-2200 813-4819,;':, 81:3,"19
Buick Rendezvous CXL $18,800912-576-7794 .. leaded241,7 year, LE '03 Ex Low Mi Anniverearydition.
A 11factory toys+ i 100KlKmllewarranty. $13,990. 998-0012 Certified"
condealer options. ec. 4 Datsun80'.280ZX 212. 4 door. $14.800. Call LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE $39,859
rend.. bactooykwar. 129K original 292 9130 553 2037 L O N9OTI R
17K private Z'4 S cyl speed AC, PW, 01' TOYOTA COROLLA '03 '03 PORSCHE mm amM U flU
great on gas. Classic, HondaShadow0 4DR Red Auto, All Power m m mmm
CADILLAC DEVILLE 97 $3800 olo. 912 729 4391 / new chain and Sunroc,' Lo.v Miles Low BOXTER ,. E EN ED USE
D'EiEg3nce Goid.-Blk spockets, tires, runs g3s5mil3aecCar ns lie Certified. 100,000 main
NOW 3995 3,.,,95 iir, i, helmet 270 S373 260-92 8 $29,859 SUBARD OJ
260-9222 ira, .. ... ki,,g TOYTACARYLE'0
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CADILLAC ESCALADE NAV. LEATHER. PL. PW Blue uta. loaadeo. al CAYENNE !u 0Ali,,Blvd 641-,4c,.
22' DODWhitEAO...Car.is.li8heGORDoN CHEVROPLE lct .nahe re.,.a 1h,0 5 Sunroof, leather, ACURA BOZARD FORD LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
new Nou can finance 904-272-2200 20-ill9iior 12.984 ofoerawgenerrkl., Park Auu,3534-N7 1111B blvd I ,11-
.nil -_ ru. :ve with 0 dowvn-a-, 115 mo 260I9222 $48900 1 .j .-rdrit
iii 30 0 ii i -I i R e t ails io r `I 000 ."01) B Ijriij ,'ng 0 vii ,] t l sU d
Now 17950 INFINITI Q45 '98. AT. AC. TOYOTA CAMRY '99 '03 FORD
t ires, lots ol DODGE NEON SXT1 '04- ) LAhr C o y K i FORD-MERCURY NORTH FLORIDA DEC00L CIR Y .0 OLLA LE $1,i
extrascall509 1693. AUTO.AC.Pr.1.CC.PL.PW JAGUAR SType'03 T AEY $15,859 AUDI i b 4620USijlhid Blrvd t42 4) ,')-
S3900.7417190 $8.550 Nce4.2 $23.995 05'blue-automatic.I4
GORDON CHEVROLET 998-001ic.2 3lexB am m cd cruise con- lySl.-lPrshede-Blvd C.6,00 G ARBBER FORD-MERCURY CITY SUZUKI
CADILLAC DEVILLE '96 904-272-2200 LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE923K2mil.6es.en$15d,00. onlaefrumos Porsche 4re `r(1 `64.,11'
Ltnr. loaded. 37 200 mi. JACKSONVILLE i3K mLles.-71ll600.
Perect' $9975 674-44- aISplder1983 2000. 26925838 273 93ur Faeorom1t5 b K Le FAiiiD blvd q98
Very clean two KIA OPTIMA 570K 01' Authorized Porsche O MIKE SHADFFRACKSD1Ui ,PuA:,
CADILLAC DEVLLE' -oo ownersrebuilt.engln.e in me.100kwa. BENTLEY ORLANDO At The Avenues
Red metallic, leather. &transmission Sspd. powerlock0 PW. PL. CD CASS$12.950 Dealer
ioa ea. 58K On. i 1400 Obo. windows, C,$4800. GORDON CHEVROLET 904- 72S"9155-B- 8) i NR,,raluR.j i a.vi uasyriiiveei
down. Call 674.4-14 CalIIDavid -a,6T4 7628 Stacey 583 1751 904-272-2200 .. .1-20i hIVI -.f-2-3)" i1,iJBLACN bLV-
I LdJrCall,641 4l4 "Al j407- 3 41 B A ..V499
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TOM BUSH BMW t 1,,, lvB l 'i-:o TOM BUSH MAZDA 10319 All Il Blvd U. 2 -'-.1
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KEYDBUICK 1 NiCHT-PONTIAC-GMC BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
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8281 Mai Ill Rd 721-1I80 LUCAS HONDA OF JAX of OA PARK 985UG AInI. Blnv i'-
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