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Vol. 10, No. 7 | Thursday, April 1, 2010 www.thelighthousenews.

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WHAT’S INSIDE
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
There are still two weeks left in
the 2010 tax season, and already,
the Volunteer Income Tax Assis-
tance (VITA) program at Naval
Base Ventura County Port Hue-
neme has filed for nearly $2.5
million in tax refunds for those
who have taken advantage of the
free program.
The local VITA office is on
track to set a record for the num-
ber of income tax filings prepared
this year, said Sal Gonzales, who
coordinates the programthrough
the Navy Legal Service Branch
Office.
“Between Jan. 20 and March
19, we’ve prepared 1,795 tax re-
turns,”Gonzales said. “Last year,
we did 2,073, and I’m confident
we will surpass that by April
16.”
Gonzales estimates that VITA
has saved active duty, retirees,
dependents and Defense Depart-
ment personnel more than
$200,000 in money that would
otherwise have gone to tax pre-
parers.
Since 2006, the number of
people who have used the pro-
gramhas gone up, but since those
April 15 is Tax Day, but VITA can still help
SEE VITA, PAGE 11
Tyrone Hunter is one of 12 boxers
vying for eight spots in the All-
Military Boxing Championships. He’ll
compete in the All-Navy Box-Off April
3 at the Beehive Gym. Page 9.
Learning how to properly apply
face camouflage was one of many
lessons at Fort Hunter Liggett during
Operation Bearing Duel 2010. Naval
Mobile Construction Battalion 5 took
part. Page 32.
Patrina Haizlip-Payne gives thanks
after being named the recipient
of the 2010 Joyce W. Stewart
Memorial Award, commemorating
a career that promotes and
encourages diversity. Page 5.
PHOTO BY MC1 AARON PETERSON
Security forces respond to a mock shooter at The Paradise Grill at
Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu on Tuesday, March 23, as
part of the annual Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield training exercise. More
photos, Pages 14, 15.
PHOTO BY MC1 AARON PETERSON
Carrier Airborne Command and Control Squadron (VAW) 117 conducts a
flyover before landing March 25 after eight months away. Page 22.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Three days of intense security exercises tested the skills of some
and the nerves of others as Naval Base Ventura County experi-
enced the annual Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield beginning Monday,
March 22.
Security exercises test
abilities, skills, nerves
SEE EXERCISES, PAGE 14
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Q
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By Captain Jim McHugh
NBVC Commanding Ofcer
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Please submit your questions or comments to Lighthouse Editor Andrea Howry at lighthouse@navy.mil
800-221-STAR (7827)
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Question:
What is the large white building under construc-
tion near the Sunkist Gate at Naval Base Ventura
County Port Hueneme?
Answer:
The new building will house the Seabee Museum,
which is now located in a half-century-old Quonset
hut that was supposed to be temporary quarters.
Construction of the $10.4 million facility is
scheduled to be completed in March 2011. The
base fenceline will be moved so that the museum is
actually outside the gates, making it easier for the
general public to visit.
With its location so close to the many amenities
Southern California has to offer, we hope it will be a
vacation destination for many retired Navy person-
nel and their families, as well as the general public.
The current Seabee Museum has a display in
the lobby showing detailed plans of the new build-
ing. Stop by and take a look. The museum is open
Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is closed Sunday
and Monday.
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COMMUNITYCALENDAR
April
NET WORTH: The
NBVC Spring Volleyball
Tournament takes
place in the Warfield
Gym, Port Hueneme. Games start
at 9 a.m. Prizes awarded to first-,
second- and third-place winners.
Information: 989-8098.
10
PAY UNCLE SAM: It’s
Tax Day. Not prepared?
The local VITA office
might still be able to
help. Information: Page 1.
15
IN THE RING: The Navy
Box-Off will be at 5
p.m. in the Bee Hive
Gym, Port Hueneme.
The All-Navy Team Boxing
candidates will be fighting for a
spot in the Armed Forces Boxing
Championships later this month.
Fifteen bouts are on the card. Free
to all hands with base access.
Information: Page 9.
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EAT OUT: Denny’s
Restaurant, corner
of Ventura Road and
Channel Islands
Boulevard in Oxnard, will donate
a portion of their profits made
from 3 to 8 p.m. today to the
Channel Islands Council, U.S. Navy
League. The donation will be used
to offset costs for the League’s
annual Military Recognition Dinner,
scheduled for May 20. At the
dinner, the Navy League honors 13
local Navy enlisted personnel.
11
The school attended by eight stu-
dents who visited Naval Base Ven-
tura County on Feb. 25 as part of
a job-shadowing program was in-
correctly identified in the March
18 edition of The Lighthouse. The
students attend Frontier High
School.
Correction
LOOKING BACK
It took six months, but an E-2C Hawk-
eye finally went up on display at Naval
Base Ventura County (NBVC) Point
Mugu on Aug. 18, 2005.
Seabees and the NBVC Public Works
Department began working on the project
in January of 2005, but they encountered
delays due to bad weather and environ-
mental issues, according to the Sept. 8,
2005, issue of The Lighthouse.
The E-2C is on four landing gear con-
crete pedestals with a sidewalk circling the
display. The teamalso constructed a 4-foot
sidewalk and handicap access ramp, 11
bollards with built-in lights and four
floodlights to shine on the plane.
“None of this could have been done
without Public Works and the Seabees,”
Capt. Harry Robinson, commodore, Com-
mander, Airborne Early Warning Wing
U.S. Pacific Fleet, said at the ribbon-cut-
ting. “I am ever so grateful to them. It is
a wonderful display where people can
learn about the E-2.”
Capt. Paul Grossgold, commanding of-
ficer of NBVC, explained that the E-2s
arrived at Point Mugu in the late 1990s
when Miramar closed.
“The Seabee branch has turned this
corner of the base into a really nice
area,” he said. “It shows that the nature
of the base has changed.”
The E-2C Hawkeye, considered the
eyes and ears of the Navy fleet, is
equipped with a long-range surveillance
radar and has significant communica-
tion capabilities.
The E-2C on display features a logo
on the fuselage that represents each of
the four squadrons at NBVC Point
Mugu.
2005: E-2C Hawkeye installed at Point Mugu
Oct. 1, 2010, marks the 10-year anniver-
sary of the establishment of Naval Base
Ventura County, the official date that Na-
val Air Station Point Mugu and Construc-
tion Battalion Center Port Hueneme com-
bined under a single commander.
In recognition of the anniversary, The
Lighthouse is publishing these “Looking
back” items that detail the history of the
two bases leading up to their unified com-
mand and that recall the major news of the
last 10 years.

The Military Expo, Business and Com-
munity Exposition that took place in Ca-
marillo on March 25 highlighted the eco-
nomic impact Naval Base Ventura
County has on the county itself. Not only
is the base the county’s largest employer,
overall it has a $1.7 billion impact on the
local economy.
That’s a long way from 1958, when the
county’s military payroll finally topped $1
million a week —and that’s when the Ox-
nard Air Force Base was still in commis-
sion.
Here is a reprint from the Ventura
County Star-Free Press, dated Dec. 31,
1958, and headlined: “County Military
Payroll NowTops $1 Million Every Week:
Point Mugu Takes U.S. Spotlight.” The
story mentions a $5 million, 315-unit
Capehart housing area soon to be com-
pleted for Oxnard Air Force Base service-
men; that area was demolished last year
and is now Catalina Heights in Camaril-
lo.
The Star-Free Press story is reprinted
as it appeared, with different capitalization
than what is used today.

More than 12,000 servicemen and civil-
ians stationed in Ventura county during
1958 took home weekly paychecks totaling
more than $1 million.
By the end of this year, payrolls for per-
sonnel at Point Mugu, Port Hueneme and
Oxnard air force base had climbed past
the $58 million mark.
Point Mugu, where men and missiles
broke into national prominence in 1958,
accounted for payrolls totaling more than
$36 million. Civilians earned $22 million;
servicemen took home $14 million.
Mugu payrolls last year (1957) were
little more than half this year’s tally. Total
disbursements at Point Mugu reached only
$45 million in 1957 as compared with
1958’s $80 million.
Military payroll $1 million a week in ’58
PHOTO COURTESY COMMAND HISTORICAL ARCHIVES CENTER
A Regulus II is fired from a submarine in this 1958 photo. That year, the military payroll in
Ventura County topped $1 million a week for the first time.
SEE LOOKING BACK, PAGE 29
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I am interrupting my “Savvy Spouse
Series”to talk about one of the most excit-
ing opportunities for military youth and
teens.
Spring is about to begin, and that means
summer isn’t far behind. With that is en-
rollment for an outstanding opportunity
for military children with a parent cur-
rently deployed or scheduled to deploy.
The National Military Family Associa-
tion (NMFA, www.nmfa.org), an organi-
zation dedicated to educating and support-
ing military families on benefits, rights and
services, sponsors a free summer camp for
children of deployed service members.
This camp, Operation Purple, provides
fun, excitement and a safe and positive
outlet for children of deployed military
service members.
The one closest to Naval Base Ventura
County is in Santa Barbara.
The goal of these free camps is to bring
together youth who are experiencing some
stage of deployment —and the stress that
goes along with it — for a week packed
full of fun while providing campers a safe
place to express their worries, fear and
concerns with others who can empathize
and understand.
In the midst of rafting, canoeing, sports
and too many activities to mention, camp-
ers learn coping skills while developing
their own support systemamong their fel-
low campers, their peers. The friendships
developed during their week-long camp
experience have aided kids to “better
handle life’s ups and downs.”
Registration for Operation Purple is
now open. There are more than 90 camps
at 65 locations, including Germany and
Guam. Full details of the camps are avail-
able on the Web at www.operationpurple.
org.
Children of all deployed uniformed ser-
vices (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine
Corps, National Oceanic and Atmospher-
ic Administration, National Guard and
Reserve) are eligible, as well as those fac-
ing an upcoming deployment within a
15-month window of the camp.
Note that while the total cost of the
camp is free, transportation to and from
camp are not included.
In addition to the traditional Operation
Purple summer camps, NMFA sponsors
teen camps, teen leadership camps, fam-
ily retreats, camps for families of the
wounded and day clinics overseas.
Stephanie Cabrera’s four children at-
tended Operation Purple while their father
was deployed.
“It was more than ‘getting away’ for my
girls,” Stephanie said. “It was also being
with other military kids where they could
be themselves.”
One of her daughters said, “I learned
it’s OK to cry and worry about Dad.”
Operation Purple provides a great op-
portunity for your children to have fun
with a staff trained to understand and
support the needs of children of deployed
parents.
Remember, registration is open nowand
is limited, so apply early. The deadline for
all registrations is April 16.
Oh, and by the way, if you need a camp
counselor, I’m available!
— Beth Wilson is hitting the road this
summer! Contact her to meet with your group
at beth@homefrontinfocus.com.
Military offers camp to kids dealing with deployment
Homefront
in focus
with Beth
Wilson
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Have some ink cartridges at home that
you need to get rid of ? How about an old
cell phone? Or that bulky television set
that took up half your living room before
you bought the new flat-screen TV?
In celebration of Earth Day, Naval Base
Ventura County will hold its first on-base
residential e-waste collection in recent
memory. The event is from10 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. on Thursday, April 15, at the NEX
Port Hueneme parking lot.
“Anybody with base access, including
retirees, can recycle any type of household
e-waste absolutely free of charge,”said Jeff
Schone of NBVCEnvironmental Compli-
ance.
The base is partnering with the recycling
firm of CJ Seto of Moorpark, and the
company is waiving all fees. Most firms
charge $20 to recycle a television and $5
to recycle a computer monitor.
“They’ll take everything, and it will all
be recycled. It won’t be going into the
landfill,” Schone said.
Items that can be recycled include desk-
top computers, laptops, keyboards, print-
ers, toner and ink cartridges, fax machines,
cables, telephones, cell phones, stereos,
radios, amplifiers, projectors, televisions
and small appliances.
The only restriction is that the itemmust
be residential e-waste; it cannot be house-
hold hazardous waste, nor can it be gov-
ernment property.
The day to dispose of government e-
waste is Tuesday, April 20. On that day,
commands can turn in old or excess elec-
tronic waste from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Of-
fice, Environmental Waste Division, Build-
ing 513, near the Pleasant Valley gate at
Port Hueneme.
The e-waste recycling events are just
part of NBVC’s planned Earth Day ac-
tivities, which begin Saturday, April 10, at
the City of Oxnard’s Earth Day Festival.
Both the base and the Naval Surface War-
fare Center will have educational booths
set up at the festival, which runs from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Plaza Park in Downtown
Oxnard.
Other Earth Day events include:
• Tuesday, April 13: A family beach
cleanup and guided nature walks will be
held from11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Beach
Motel, Point Mugu. Information about
marine mammals and recycling will be on
display. Lunch will be available to all vol-
unteers who participate in the event.
• Wednesday, April 14: Earth and En-
vironmental Sciences will be sending per-
sonnel to help judge the Ventura County
Science Fair at Seaside Park in Ventura.
The fair runs from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
• Thursday, April 15: First, the NEX
will hold an Earth Day Extravaganza from
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., In addition to the
residential e-waste collection, the NEX
will host booths on recycling in general
and exhibits on energy conservation. Also,
a fun run is being put on by Morale, Wel-
fare and Recreation. In conjunction with
it, Earth Day exhibits will be set up from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Beach Motel, Point
Mugu.
Help the Earth: Recycle household e-waste on base April 15
Free event at NEX Port
Hueneme parking lot is
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
With her proud parents in the audience,
Patrina Haizlip-Payne received the 2010
Joyce W. Stewart Memorial Award on
March 24 for a career and character de-
voted to equal opportunity and encour-
agement of diversity.
For the first time, two runners-up were
also announced during the ceremony: De-
lia P. Aldrete and Kit Mack.
Haizlip-Payne, who has actively pro-
moted diversity through her work at the
Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hue-
neme Division (NSWC PHD), was over-
come when her name was read and she
stepped out from among the 13 nominees
on stage at the Bard Mansion.
After Capt. JimMcHugh, commanding
officer, Naval Base Ventura County, hand-
ed her the plaque, she went to the micro-
phone and thanked her supervisors and
her mentors, especially her parents, Allen
and Elnora Haizlip of Oxnard, who were
beaming at a back table.
Haizlip-Payne is with the Switchboard
Program Office of the Installation and
Modernization Division of NSWCPHD’s
Ship Defense Expeditionary Warfare De-
partment. Her work on NSWC PHD’s
Cultural Change Team Recruitment Ad-
visory Board allows her to make sure
equal opportunity objectives and dispar-
ities are considered throughout the hiring
process, her nomination form stated. Re-
cently, she represented NSWC PHD in
recruiting African American engineers
from Prairie View A&M, a historically
black university in Texas.
Haizlip-Payne is also the diversity chair
for the Southern California Gold Coast
Chapter of Federally Employed Women
and writes articles on diversity for the
organization’s quarterly newsletter.
Lisa Zimmerman, co-chair of the Fed-
eral Women’s Program, which sponsors
the award, praised all the nominees and
said this year’s selection was especially
difficult. She said that was why the selec-
tion committee decided to recognize the
runners-up.
Aldrete, with NSWC PHD, has been
part of the Hispanic Employment Pro-
grams since 1994, assisting more than 480
federal employees. She is also co-chair of
the division’s Equal Employment Oppor-
tunity Committee, and she has helped
NBVC put on its annual Multicultural
Day events for the past 16 years.
Runner-up Mack is a professional en-
gineer and supervisor of the Naval Fa-
cilities Engineering Service Center’s Ocean
Facilities Design Division. Mack “gener-
ates a culture where positive ideas and
approaches are welcomes without fear of
failure,” his nomination form stated.
The Joyce W. Stewart Memorial Award
is given each year in March, Women’s His-
tory Month, to a person whose career and
lifestyle is devoted to diversity, fairness
and equal treatment. Stewart was the first
woman at the former Construction Bat-
talion Center Port Hueneme to achieve
the professional grade of GM-14.
Haizlip-Payne receives
Joyce Stewart Award
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Patrina Haizlip-Payne is overcome as she is announced the winner of the 2010 Joyce W.
Stewart Memorial Award.
Allen and Elnora Haizlip look on with pride as their daughter, Patrina Haizlip-Payne, receives
the 2010 Joyce W. Stewart Memorial Award and thanks her parents for being her strongest
mentors in teaching her to encourage diversity.
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer,
Naval Base Ventura County, presents the
2010 Joyce W. Stewart Memorial Award to
Patrina Haizlip-Payne during a March 24
ceremony at the Bard Mansion.
Her work to encourage
diversity and equal
opportunity garners her
the 19th annual honor.
SEE AWARD, PAGE 28
Evangelistic
Missionary Baptist
Church
Sun Morning Prayer 8:30a-9a
Sunday School 9a-10:15a
Morning Worship 10:30a
Wed Prayer/Bible Study 6:30p
Pastor-Bishop Princeton Allen
125 E.Pearl St., Pt Hueneme
805-986-1922
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Seabee Chapel
Port Hueneme
Building 1433
Phone: (805) 982-4358
Fax: (805) 982-5364
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 9 a.m.
Choir rehearsal: Wednesday, 6 p.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 11:15 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Christian Bible Studies
Women’s Bible Study: Tuesday, 10
a.m.
All Hands Bible Study: Thursday, 5:30
p.m.
Catholic Religious Education
Pre-K through high school
Tuesdays, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Chapel of Faith
Point Mugu
Building 121
Phone: (805) 989-7967
Fax: (805) 989-7968
Protestant
Sunday worship service: 11:15 a.m.
Catholic Mass
Sunday: 8:45 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 8:15 a.m.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m.
Confession by prior appt.: 11 a.m.
Chaplains serving NBVC
Lt. Deann Coleman
Command Chaplain
Lt. Kyung Tak
Staff Chaplain
Father Antony Berchmanz
Catholic Priest
Worship schedule
Chaplain’s
corner
with Lt. Deann
Coleman
Family services, potlucks and Easter egg
hunts are on tap in early April as Naval
Base Ventura County celebrates the Holy
Week.
The Catholic Holy Week worship sched-
ule begins on April 1, Maundy Thursday,
with the Last Supper of the Lord Celebra-
tion at 6:30 p.m. at the Port Hueneme
Seabee Chapel. This service will be fol-
lowed by a family-sharing supper and
potluck.
On Good Friday, April 2, Catholic Mass
will be said at the Port Hueneme Seabee
Chapel at 6:30 p.m. This service will also
be followed by a soup-supper potluck.
On Easter Sunday, April 4, Catholic
Mass will be said at the Point Mugu Cha-
pel of Faith at 8:45 a.m., with the service
to be followed by an Easter egg hunt.
Catholic Mass will also be said at the
Port Hueneme Seabee Chapel at 11:15
a.m., with this service also to be followed
by an Easter egg hunt.
The Protestant Holy Week worship
schedule begins with a Cantata Service on
Good Friday, April 2, at the Port Hueneme
Seabee Chapel at 5 p.m.
A Sunrise Service will take place on
Easter Sunday at the Port Hueneme Sea-
bee Chapel Courtyard at 6:30 a.m. AProt-
estant Worship Service will take place
inside the chapel at 9 a.m. And at the Point
Mugu Chapel of Faith, a Protestant wor-
ship service will take place at 11:15 a.m.,
with this service to be followed by an Eas-
ter egg hunt.
Church services, potlucks, Easter egg hunts planned
From The Ventura County Star
Chief Petty Officer Thomas Sanchez,
company operations chief of Naval Mobile
Construction Battalion 5, was preparing
to deploy to Afghanistan when his training
for the battlefield helped him save a life at
home.
Sanchez was heading home to Camaril-
lo from Naval Base Ventura County on
March 23 when he found Jordan Rapp, a
professional triathlete, lying in a pool of
blood. Authorities said a driver had col-
lided with the bicyclist near CSUChannel
Islands, then apparently left himfor dead.
First aid administered by Sanchez likely
helped save his life, authorities said.
Rapp and his family agree, and when
Sanchez stopped by the hospital Monday,
they had a chance to thank him one more
time before he left for the war zone the
next day.
“He’s a wonderful human being,”Rapp’s
mother, Diane Rapp, said of Sanchez. “I
just feel like he’s going to be a part of our
family forever.”
Rapp, 29, of Thousand Oaks is the
reigning champion of Ironman Canada
and Ironman Arizona.
According to the California Highway
Patrol, Rapp was heading north on Lewis
near University Drive about 5:45 p.m.
when a driver made a left turn from Lew-
is directly in front of him.
Rapp was thrown to the ground after he
hit the left side of the vehicle and shattered
a window, officials said. The driver fled
the scene.
Sanchez was driving home when he saw
a vehicle stopped on Lewis, he said. As he
drove up, bystanders asked if he knewfirst
aid. Bystanders were calling 911, but med-
ical personnel hadn’t arrived yet and no
one was tending to Rapp, so Sanchez went
into action.
Trying to avoid moving the injured man,
Sanchez looked under Rapp’s body and
saw an open wound on his neck.
Working with gauze froma combat vest
he had in his car, the 16-year Navy veteran
applied pressure to stop the bleeding until
paramedics arrived, he said.
While he has seen combat during two
tours of Iraq over the past four years, he
had never been the first responder to such
a serious incident. Sanchez downplayed
his involvement, however, crediting para-
medics and doctors with saving Rapp’s
life.
“I just happened to be there to, you
know, apply some first aid,”he said. “Those
guys are the ones who saved his life.”
Ventura CHPOfficer FrankParamosaid
Sanchez’s slowing of Rapp’s bleeding “gave
him enough time, based upon my experi-
ence, to get to the hospital and survive.”
Seabee saves a life, leaves on deployment
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“I call on all Americans to keep military
children in their thoughts and prayers and
to do their part to reach out to and sup-
port them and their families.”
— President Barack Obama,
April 2009
In 1986, Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger designated April as Month of
the Military Child, a time when each
branch of the military service recognizes
the sacrifices made by the children of par-
ents who are serving our country.
A parent may choose to enlist in the
military and serve our country; however,
the military child also serves our country
through the sacrifices he or she must
make.
From an education perspective, much
has happened recently to recognize the
contributions and sacrifices military-con-
nected students make.
Legislation was passed here in Califor-
nia and in many other states called The
Interstate Compact on Educational Op-
portunity for Military Children. This piece
of legislation provides many areas of pro-
tection and assistance to military-con-
nected students who move from state to
state or have parents who are deployed. It
“levels the playing field”so that their sac-
rifices do not turn into educational sacri-
fices.
Another recent opportunity available to
military-connected students is access to
an online tutoring site. Tutor.com has
partnered with the Department of Defense
to offer free online tutoring, skills assess-
ment and skill-building activities. Typi-
cally, users of this Web site would be
charged. However, through the DoD/Tu-
tor.com partnership, military-connected
students are able to use the service once
eligibility has been verified by DEERS.
The Navy has also implemented a pro-
gram to assist Navy-connected students.
Navy installations have hired school liai-
son officers to provide assistance to fam-
ilies, schools and commands. School liai-
son officers can help families locate
information about local schools, resolve
education-related concerns and issues,
prepare for post-secondary education and
support home-schooling. Ultimately, a
Navy school liaison officer can help a fam-
ily navigate the school system.
During the month of April, installations
worldwide will plan events and offer op-
portunities to show appreciation to mili-
tary children. It is estimated that there are
more than 1 million children who have at
least one parent serving on active duty.
Here in Ventura County, it is estimated
that there are nearly 5,000 children who
are military-connected.
To showappreciation to those children,
a “Kids Day” event is planned on April
24 from10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Child Care
Center, Naval Base Ventura County, Point
Mugu.
Please take time this month to recognize
and appreciate the military child in your
life. Their support, sacrifices and contribu-
tions are essential to a healthy military
family.
— For more information regarding local Month
of the Military Child events or any school
issues, please contact the NBVC school
liaison officer at 989-5211 or 207-3410 or
monica.james@navy.mil.
Military-connected children make some sacrifices, too
School
connection
with Monica
James
Here in Ventura
County, it is estimated
that there are nearly
5,000 children who are
military-connected.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
They figure out howto build staircases.
They buy equipment for the military, in-
cluding bomb suits. They travel to Navy
ships to fix onboard computers.
Four women from Naval Base Ventura
County recently met with students from
E.O. Green Middle School in Oxnard to
discuss careers the youngsters might nev-
er have heard about, let alone considered
for themselves.
The March 17 presentation, part of
Women’s History Month, involved about
100 students in the school’s Advancement
Via Individual Determination (AVID)
program. For about an hour, they heard
about non-traditional careers for women
and what it takes to succeed in those ca-
reers.
“Cast your fears aside,” one of the
speakers, Katrina Helm, told the students.
“Fear will only hold you back. There is so
much opportunity for you, and all it takes
is opportunity and motivation.”
Helm, a commodities manager with the
Naval Facilities Expeditionary Logistics
Center, said she had to conquer her fears
when she launched into her career and the
classes that led to it.
“I’d heard everything was so hard,” she
said. “But I took the classes, and I did
OK. I did very well, in fact.”
Today, she’s responsible for buying
equipment the youngsters knew about
from movies – the ropes that troops use
to rappel off helicopters, the static lines
inside the helicopters and harnesses and
parachutes.
“I have to make sure that when the
money comes in, I can procure whatever
the troops need and send it out to them,”
she said.
Senior Chief Michelle Bernales, NBVC’s
equal opportunity adviser, told of women
helping to rebuild schools and water wells
in Haiti and of her own experiences in the
oil fields of Kuwait.
“If it wasn’t for math, I wouldn’t be
here,” she said. “Math is what builds ev-
erything. There’s a formula for building
stairways. There’s a formula for laying tile.
Study math.”
Gladis Aispuro, a mechanical engineer
with the Naval Facilities Engineering Ser-
vice Center, echoed Bernales’ emphasis on
math and also stressed the importance of
being able to write and communicate
well.
And Thao Nguyen, an electrical engi-
neer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center,
Port Hueneme Division, told how the
math, physics and chemistry classes she
took at the University of Washington in
Seattle led her to a career that allows her
to travel all over the country, and how
some co-workers have traveled to Navy
ships at sea.
“There are not a lot of women engi-
neers, but we can do it,” she said. “All of
you can do it!”
Mona Gonzales, the base’s equal em-
ployment opportunity specialist who co-
ordinated the event with School Liaison
Officer Monica James, urged the students
to think about the wide variety of jobs
that will open up to them in the coming
years.
“More than 19,000 military and civilian
jobs could be available to you at the base,”
she said. “We want you to know it’s an
option that is available to you.”
Students learn about non-traditional jobs for women
Commodities Manager Katrina Helm describes ropes and other
equipment she buys for troops. “Cast aside your fears,” when it
comes to seeking jobs, she said. “Fear will only hold you back.”
Electrical engineer Thao Nguyen noted that
while there aren’t many women in her field,
“we can do it. All of you can do it!”
Mechanical engineer Gladis Aispuro said all
studies are important. “Learn how to write
well and communicate well,” she said, “but
don’t be afraid of math.”
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Senior Chief Michelle Bernales stressed the importance of education,
especially math. “Math is what builds everything,” she said.
Cast your fears aside.
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Twelve Navy boxers will compete in the
April 3 All-Navy Box-Off at Naval Base
Ventura County Port Hueneme.
At stake is the right to box in the Armed
Forces Boxing Championships April 20,
21 and 23, also at NBVC. Only eight of
the 12 boxers fighting April 3 will move
on to the championships.
The box-off begins at 5:30 p.m. in the
Beehive Gym. It’s free and open to the
public. Also taking part are fighters from
the USC and UCLA boxing teams and
local boxers.
Fifteen bouts are on the card.
Coach Steve Carbajal expects a full
house on April 3.
“This is the highest level of non-profes-
sional boxing you can get,” he said.
The boxers were culled from training
camps in San Diego and Norfolk, Va.
About 30 boxers tried out at each location.
The 12 chosen have been training for about
two months.
12 compete in
Navy Box-Off
set for April 3
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Tyrone Hunter of Lemoore, right, trains for the April 3 All-Navy Box-off at Naval Base
Ventura County Port Hueneme. His sparring partner is Oscar Perez. Hunter is one of 12
fighters competing for eight spots in the Armed Forces Boxing Championships scheduled
for April 20, 21 and 23 at Port Hueneme.
Julio Lopez trains for his fight April 3 at the
All-Navy Box-Off, which begins at 5 p.m. at
the Beehive Gym, Port Hueneme.
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It’s not too late to contribute and help
Sailors, Marines and their families in times
with emergencies. To locate the fund drive
coordinator for your command, e-mail
andrew.j.bugs@navy.mil.
NMCRS is receiving special support
from the Navy Exchange Service Com-
mand in support of the 2010 Active Duty
Fund Drive. Make a $5 contribution at
the NEX and receive a coupon for dis-
counts throughout the store on either
April 19 or 20. They’re for one-time use
only.
Here are some sample discounts:
• 10 percent off all merchandise store-
wide.
• 30 percent off already reduced furni-
ture ending in .94, .96 and .97 prices.
• 20 percent off regularly priced dia-
monds and fine jewelry.
• 15 percent off entire stock of apparel
and shoes.
• 10 percent off regular priced furniture
and major appliances.
• 10 percent off tires and Autoport prod-
ucts.
Some restrictions apply.
The Society is very appreciative of all
donations, as they are able to continue as-
sisting military members and their fami-
lies.
NMCRS provides financial assistance
in the form of interest-free loans and
grants for unforeseen emergencies, emer-
gency travel and essential needs.
In addition, the Society provides other
assistance through budget counseling,
post-secondary education scholarship
loans and grants, dispensing complimen-
tary layettes to new parents and adminis-
tering thrift shops.
For more information about these pro-
grams, call 982-4409.
2010 NMCRS
Fund Drive
isn’t over yet
Thrift Shop: (Bldg. 829, Port Hueneme).
Open Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Civilian Shopping Days: Civil-
ians with CACcard may shop on Monday,
April 26, and Wednesday, April 28, only.
Low-cost uniforms, civilian clothing, baby
items, household items and much, much
more. Prices start at 5 cents!
Budget for Baby: Tuesday, April 13, and
Tuesday, May 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. Learn
how your new bundle of joy will impact
your budget and how to pay for all those
additional expenses like formula, diapers,
clothing, car seats, etc. Just for attending
this class, participants will receive “Baby’s
First Seabag” filled with newborn items
fromGerber, at least one handmade item,
and a new outfit for your baby.
Volunteer Orientation: Thursday, April
27, at 1 p.m. Recruiting office staff, Thrift
Shop workers and Budget for Baby in-
structors. Reimbursement for child care
and mileage. Snacks provided.
For more information or to register for
classes, call 982-4409.
NMCRS schedule of events
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Basketballs, footballs — and pumps and needles to keep them inflated — board games,
dominoes and baseball bats pack the cooler that will greet Seabees from NMCB 21 when
they arrive in the Middle East later this month.
By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
When Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion 21, a reserve unit out of Lake-
hurst, N.J., deploys out of Port Huen-
eme to the Middle East this month, the
Seabees will find a few footballs and
Scrabble waiting for them.
They’ll also find some baseballs and
baseball bats, flags for flag football,
playing cards, jump ropes and more
board games.
And for that, they can thank the Ven-
tura County Chapter of the Military
Officers Association of America
(VCCMOAA), which donated $2,000 so
Morale, Welfare and Recreation could
put the fleet deployment kit together.
“We wanted to do something that
would make a difference for the front-
line troops,” said Dave Pendleton, pres-
ident of the chapter.
MWR Marketing Director Dan Alp-
ern said the organization has been an
ongoing sponsor of not only the fleet
deployment kit program but also the
Liberty and Single Sailors Program.
“Their dollars go far,” he said. “We
are very proud to have them as a spon-
sor.”
Master Chief Constructionman
(SCW/FMF) Thomas Gohm was im-
pressed with the kit, which filled a giant
cooler.
“They’ll like it, absolutely,” he said.
And what did he think the Seabees
would appreciate most?
“The connection to American pas-
times,” he replied.
American pasttimes await
reserve Seabees in Mideast
Several blood drives are taking place at
Naval Base Ventura County during the
month of April.
On Wednesday, April 14, the United
Blood Services Bloodmobile will be at the
Point Mugu baseball fields from8:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
On Friday, April 23, the Bloodmobile
will be at Building 1000 at Port Hueneme
from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
And on April 16 and April 23, the
Bloodmobile will be at the Naval Surface
Warfare Center, Building 1215, Port Hue-
neme, from 7 a.m. to noon.
For more information, call 654-8104 or
check the Web at www.blood4life.org.
Blood drives scheduled at both Hueneme, Mugu
We wanted to do
something that would
make a difference for
the front-line troops.
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Ventura County Chapter,
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PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Byers Manchester, a retired banker from Camarillo and a VITA volunteer, helps Lt. Cmdr.
Paul Chan with his taxes. Chan is the executive officer of the Naval Construction Training
Center.
numbers are down at other VITA offices,
Gonzales can’t credit the economy.
“Instead, I think it’s the credibility we’ve
established and the quality of our volun-
teers,”he said. “The military is getting the
word out to the commands that this is a
good program.”
Gonzales said that while mistakes do
happen, the local VITA office has a rejec-
tion rate of less than 9 percent, so lowthat
it recently received an official congratula-
tions fromthe Los Angeles District of the
Internal Revenue Service.
This year, Gonzales has 46 volunteers
—33 of themactive-duty military person-
nel — helping prepare the returns.
Byers Manchester, a retired banking
executive fromCamarillo, is a second-year
volunteer.
“I saw a column in The Ventura Coun-
ty Star a couple of years ago advertising
the need for volunteers for this program,
and I thought it was something I needed
to be doing,”Manchester said. “They pro-
vide great training, and I’m extremely
impressed with the number of volunteers
who regularly show up and help.”
The VITA site at Port Hueneme is in
Building 1417, the Naval Construction
Training Center Computer Lab.
Free tax preparation is available Mon-
days and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., Tuesdays from noon to 3:30 p.m.,
Wednesdays from1 to 5 p.m., Fridays from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays from 10
a.m. to noon.
VITAwill be closed Friday, April 2, and
Saturday, April 3.
For more information and to set up an
appointment, call VITAduring operating
hours at 982-3124.
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VITA: Appointments still OK
If you have received the Purple
Heart for wounds in combat,
the sgt. Michael A. DiRaimondo,
Chapter #750
Ventura County, California,
invites you to join.
Contact:
Jon H. Williams, Commander
Military Order of the Purple Heart.
(805) 987-3401
Your Membership Will Be Paid For
“The mission of the Military Order of the Purple Heart is to
foster an environment of goodwill and camaraderie among
combat wounded veterans, promote patriotism, support
necessary legislative initiatives, and most importantly,
provide service to all veterans and their families.”
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By Lt. j.g. Matthew Moss
VAW-116
The Sun Kings of VAW-116 recently
participated in flight deck certification
aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN
7).
The Feb. 5-12 training event, com-
monly known in Navy lingo as “deck cert,”
offered valuable training to flight deck
personnel who are responsible for safe and
orderly flight operations in the dangerous
carrier environment.
The eight-day evolution also gave pilots
from each CVW-2 squadron a chance to
sharpen their landing skills aboard the
aircraft carrier. The Sun Kings mainte-
nance personnel did a superb job prepar-
ing the aircraft for deck cert and, as a
result, the squadron did not miss a single
sortie.
Overall, the Sun Kings totaled 78 car-
rier traps, and nine pilots were qualified
for day and night carrier landings.
From March 1-19, the Sun Kings con-
tinued their preparation for deployment
by participating in the Strike Fighter Ad-
vanced Readiness Program(SFARP). This
is a three-week detachment to Naval Air
Station Fallon, Nev., in which strike fight-
er pilots hone their combat skills by plan-
ning and executing the various strike
fighter missions they may be called upon
to do in combat.
The Sun Kings are a key component
during SFARP because they provide the
fighters with invaluable air-intercept con-
trol, which increases their situational
awareness and enables the fighters to
carry out their air-to-air and air-to-ground
mission.
The Sun Kings began participating in
SFARP on Feb. 24 when an early detach-
ment of squadron personnel left Point
Mugu enroute to Fallon to set up logistics
and prepare for the arrival of the remain-
ing squadron members on Feb. 27, includ-
ing all four of the squadron’s E-2C air-
craft.
SFARPinvolved more than 1,100 CVW-
2 personnel from three fighter squadrons,
one Prowler squadron, one helicopter
squadron and, of course, one squadron
of mighty E-2C Hawkeyes.
The detachment gave the Sun Kings and
the rest of CVW-2 the chance to “train
like they fight,” using a massive training
area to conduct various missions in prep-
aration for the deployment ahead.
Sun Kings ‘train like they fight’ in strike fighter program
Four E-2C Hawkeyes are ready to be used in a three-week Strike Fighter Advanced
Readiness Program at Naval Air Station Fallon, Nev.
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More than 100 responders took part in
the anti-terrorismexercise and the lives of
about 1,000 people were impacted —
whether they took part in a mock shoot-
ing or were stuck in traffic at Port Huen-
eme’s Pleasant Valley Gate.
“All in all, it was excellent — an out-
standing exercise,” said Robert Huether,
who, as NBVC’s installation training of-
ficer, was the lead coordinator of the
event. “I know it inconvenienced many,
but it gave our forces the opportunity to
go through these events at length. This
time frame gave us the opportunity to re-
spond in a much more realistic fashion
than if we had just a few hours.”
One lesson learned, he said, was to bet-
ter informthe public about base access by
installing signs at the closed gates letting
people know where to go.
Directional signs on the concrete bar-
riers set up at the open gates would also
have been helpful, he said.
Otherwise, Huether said, the exercise
went smoothly, fromthe apprehension of
an “intruder” at the Port of Hueneme, to
the elimination of an “active shooter” in
the Paradise Grill at Point Mugu to the
identification and the disabling of mul-
tiple Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive
Devices (VBIEDs) at Port Hueneme.
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PHOTOS BY MC1 AARON PETERSON
Above left, role-players taking part in the March 23 training exercise get their “costumes” on in preparation for the mock shooting at the Paradise Grill. The abdominal wound was part
of a triage exercise. Above right, a fake arm wound is applied before the exercise.
Exercises: Mock shooting creates chaos at Paradise Grill
A “shooter” takes over the Paradise Grill at Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu on Tuesday, March 23.
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The exercise began Monday morning
when harbor security personnel — both
the base security forces and the Coast
Guard — were called on to apprehend
someone in a small boat taking photos
of the military installation.
Also that morning, a person was ob-
served taking photos outside the Sunk-
ist Gate at Port Hueneme.
“This exercise was excellent in that
numerous bystanders reported it,”
Huether said. “That showed us that
community awareness is very good, that
people are well aware of their surround-
ings.”
The intensity increased on Tuesday
when someone with a gun was detained
outside Point Mugu. When asked why
she had a gun, the woman answered,
“You’ll find out soon enough.”
Forty-five minutes later, “shooting”
broke out inside the Paradise Grill. This
exercise involved 20 role-players with
scripts, the intent being to make the
event as realistic as possible for the re-
sponders.
As it would be in real life, the scene
was utter chaos. Bystanders ran out of
the restaurant, and about a dozen peo-
ple were able to grab cell phones and
call 9-1-1, which tested the response of
not only base personnel, but also dis-
patchers in local communities as the
calls cascaded off the base. (The dis-
patchers had been told in advance of the
drill.)
In the end, there were many “dead,
and injured,” creating a mass casualty
situation that tested the triage ability of
the first responders.
“Outside agencies came to evaluate
this exercise, and we did very well,”
Huether said.
On Wednesday morning, NBVC went
into “FPCON Charlie” — Force Protec-
tion Condition Charlie, meaning a ter-
rorist threat is imminent. That threat
came in the formof a suspicious package
found in a car parked at The Point res-
taurant, just outside Point Mugu’s main
gate and separated from base housing
by only a concrete wall.
“We decided not to evacuate the hous-
ing, but had this situation been real, we
would have,” Huether said.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal was
called out and defused the device.
That afternoon, a multiple VBIED
exercise forced the shutdown of the
Pleasant Valley Gate — leaving only the
Victoria Avenue gate open — but only
for a short period.
“Response was good on all these ex-
ercises,” Huether said. “Security and the
Auxiliary Security Force put in a lot of
hours.”
Next up?
“We can all look forward to a natural
disaster exercise around September,”
Huether said.
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Training: Fake shooting, fake bomb all part of the week
About the photos
PHOTOS BY MC1 AARON PETERSON
Clockwise from top left: Security forces
prepare to eliminate the “threat” inside the
Paradise Grill. Making sure no “suspect”
can leave the building. The man with
the “abdominal wound” is taken out of
the restaurant. A first responder checks
the status of one of the bystanders. The
exercise, part of Solid Curtain-Citadel
Shield 2010, tested not only the skills of the
security forces, but also the triage training
of the first responders. Outside agencies
evaluated all the personnel involved in
the drill and concluded that the group “did
very well,” said Robert Heuther Naval Base
Ventura County’s installation training officer
and the lead coordinator of the exercise.
Other drills during the exercise included
the identification and neutralization of
a suspicious package in a vehicle and a
threat of multiple Vehicle-Borne Improvised
Explosive Devices.
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
Hundreds of job-seekers and potential
defense contractors interested in finding
out if Uncle Samwants themattended the
Third Annual Military, Business and
Community Expo on March 25.
The conference center at the Ventura
County Office of Education in Camarillo
took on a futuristic look as Naval Base
Ventura County (NBVC) brought in bomb
disposal units, massive trucks and aircraft
displays to show civilians what the Navy
has to offer.
Economically, the Navy offers a lot: The
base provides 19,000 jobs and pumps $1.6
billion a year into the local economy.
Bill Buratto, president of the Ventura
County Economic Development Associa-
tion, one of the hosts of the event, intro-
duced Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding
officer, NBVC, who said the base is an
eager partner in the expo. He called the
event “a class act.”
McHugh pointed out that more than 40
percent of the base workforce will be eli-
gible to retire over the next six years.
“It is imperative that students in second-
ary and post-secondary schools develop
the math and science skills that are so
critical to our base,” McHugh said. “We
want to be a partner in developing the
local talent so that these students can
come back and work here. I’m confident
that will become a reality.”
The keynote speaker, Rear Admiral Da-
vid H. Lewis, vice commander, Naval Sea
Systems Command, said flexibility and
innovation are the main traits that must
be developed both in the workforce and
in the Navy as an institution.
“There are no silver bullets,” he said.
“We must take rawtechnology, understand
how it operates in different environments,
adopt it and then guide the Navy in a new
direction that will be opened up by that
technology.”
The strongest military, he said, is not
the one that is simply the strongest, but
the one that stays strong in a changing
environment.
Hundreds attend local Military, Business Expo
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Top, Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer, Naval
Base Ventura County, welcomes the crowd to the
Third Annual Military Business and Community Expo.
Bottom, Rear Admiral David H. Lewis, vice commander
of the Naval Sea Systems Command, gives the keynote
presentation. And at right, a mannequin in front of the
NAVFAC booth was an eye-catcher.
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personnel due to retire
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Point Mugu and Port Hueneme, he said, are
home to some of the most innovative ideas com-
ing out of the Navy, especially in terms of bal-
listic missile defense.
Right now, he said, the most creative minds
are designing for a problem no one knows even
exists.
“We have to look 20 or 30 years down the road,
and we don’t know what’s there,” he said. “We
are looking for your good ideas.”
The daylong expo offered eight seminars and
workshops ranging fromNavy contractor success
stories to “How to get a civilian job on base.”
A free job fair was held in conjunction with
the expo.
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Above, the job fair, held in conjunction with the Military Expo, was filled with people much
of the day. Below, solar power, wind power and other forms of alternative energy hold
promise for the Navy — and for job-seekers who can sell contracts offering such services,
speakers said at the Expo.
PHOTO BY CHUCK KIRMAN / COURTESY VENTURA COUNTY STAR
Equipment from Explosive Ordnance Disposal was among several displays at the Military,
Business and Community Expo.
Expo: Interest high
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Lighthouse editor
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The event took place at the Bee-Fit Wellness
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Winning her second consecutive NBVC 5K
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for April 3 at the Bee-Hive Gym.
5K Spring Fling,
Health Fair draws
in fans of fitness
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
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Builder 1st Class Casey Polly gets ready to cross the
finish line with his dog, Abby, during the 5K run.
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Many of the runners stopped by the
health fair afterwards. Among the
groups giving out information were Pi-
lates Influence, Newbury Park Physical
Therapy, Roadrunner Sports, Kalani
Chiropractic, United Blood Services
and the American Cancer Society.
A mobile body-fat testing center was
also at the fair.
The top 20 finishers in the 5K run
were:
1. Rebecca Newton, 17:14; 2. Charlie
Harper, 18:03; 3. Kimo Zaiger, 18:13;
4. Angel Arauz, 18:34; 5. Antonel Cruz
Padilla, 18:50; 6. Jon Gathman, 19:08;
7. Justin Thomas, 19:26; 8. Zach Aak-
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ney Johnson, 19:43; 11. Pat Madden,
20:07; 12. Brandon Wicker, 20:10; 13.
Julio Lopez, 20:22; 14. Jacob Roth,
20:33; 15. Dan Frost, 21:01; 16. Gloria
Ray, 21:17; 17. Courtney Cook, 21:17;
18. James Wickham, 21:26; 19. Jason
Varner, 21:31; 20. Dustin Kinningham,
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PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Runners take off at the beginning of the Spring Fling 5K Run, held in conjunction with the annual NBVC Health Fair on March 18.
In order to help meet the needs of those
serving our country, the American Red
Cross of Ventura County is holding the
Red Cross Classic Golf Tournament on
Friday, April 23, at the Seabee Golf
Course, Naval Base Ventura County, Port
Hueneme.
Sponsorships are currently being sought
to help support the event, which is de-
signed to aid the military and their fami-
lies.
Sponsorship levels range fromTee Spon-
sor for $100; Military Foursome Sponsor
Salute for $400; Corporate Package, $500;
Tournament Lunch Sponsor, $2,800; and
Tournament Sponsor, $5,000.
Sponsorship benefits vary for each
level of support. All sponsors will be pub-
licly recognized in the tournament promo-
tion.
The Red Cross Classic kicks off with a
putting contest at 11 a.m., followed by a
Texas Scramble, shotgun start at 12:30
p.m.
The $90 donation per player includes
green fees, cart, awards, lunch, drink and
appetizers. The entry deadline is April
12.
Other highlights during the day include
Impossible Putt Contest, Long Drive,
Closest to the Pin, and raffle prizes.
To receive an entry formor sponsorship
information, call the American Red Cross
of Ventura County at 987-1514.
“We are proud of the relationship we
have with our military and are looking
forward to hosting this event to recognize
and support the outstanding members of
the armed services,”stated Chris Johnson,
CEO of the American Red Cross of Ven-
tura County. “We welcome participation
from the community and appreciate the
support to make this a successful event.”
During the past fiscal year, the Ameri-
can Red Cross of Ventura County sup-
ported more than 14,440 military person-
nel and their families when they deployed
or returned from active duty.
Red Cross Classic Golf Tournament is April 23
Fitness: Health
Fair draws crowd
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“The center of gravity is important.”
– One of many lessons learned during
engineering event
By Nancy Kanter
NSWC, Port Hueneme
Students from local area junior high
schools took a day off from their studies
on Feb. 18 to participate in Naval Surface
Warfare Center Port Hueneme’s 10th an-
nual National Engineers Week event.
About 75 junior high school students,
representing 15 Ventura County schools,
participated in an engineering competi-
tion. NSWC Port Hueneme’s Mission
Package Support Facility was converted
into a place where students could build
and test “missiles” that their teams con-
structed during the event.
Each school’s teamof five students and
one teacher was matched with an engineer
to assist them in building their projects.
Their mission was to design a missile that
would intercept another missile in space.
The students were required to address this
engineering challenge by constructing a
missile that used only the materials pro-
vided — water bottles, popcorn kernels,
coffee stirrers, water balloons, swim noo-
dles and other miscellaneous missile-build-
ing items. They also had access to tools
such as scissors, string, tape, rubber bands
and hot glue. Some materials needed to
be “purchased”with special “credit cards”
created specifically for the event.
Throughout the morning, the student
teams broke away from their projects to
take turns touring NSWCPort Hueneme’s
Surface Warfare Engineering Facility. The
tours gave the students the opportunity
to learn how math and science are used in
the real world.
After the tours, the students had an op-
portunity to test-launch their designs and
then make any necessary adjustments.
After rigorous testing, the missiles were
ready to be presented to the judges and
launched at their target. Each team took
turns standing before the panel and pre-
senting their missiles. They gave a ratio-
nale for their designs, answered questions
from the judges, and then launched their
missiles. The projects were judged on ac-
curacy, presentation, creativity and abil-
ity to stay within budget.
“We built our rocket ship thinking about
aerodynamics and accuracy, and luckily,
we stayed under budget too,” said a stu-
dent from Cabrillo Middle School during
his team’s presentation.
The judging panel included: Timothy
Troske, NSWC Port Hueneme Division
technical director; JimVallas, NSWCPort
Hueneme deputy technical director; Kar-
en Brower, board member of the Channel
Islands Chapter of the American Society
of Naval Engineers (ASNE) and NSWC
Port Hueneme director of the Office of
Engineering and Technology; Franklin
Tomei Jr., president of the Ventura Coun-
ty Chapter of the Society of Hispanic
Professional Engineers (SHPE); and Lil-
lian Rodriguez, NSWC Port Hueneme
engineer and recipient of the Hispanic
Engineer National Achievement Award.
“I’m impressed with how you broke up
a complex job into pieces that your team
could figure out together — that’s what
we do here,” said Troske.
The first place award went to John C.
Fremont Intermediate School, as they
received the highest marks from the judg-
Local teens shoot for the stars in engineering competition
PHOTOS BY ESTHELA MCKENZIE / NSWC PORT HUENEME
Above left, the team from Anacapa Middle School in Ventura presents its missile to a judging panel. Above right, a student from De Anza Middle School in Ventura loads the rocket
onto the launcher for a test fire.
Students from Monte Vista Middle School in Camarillo work on their missile.
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By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd
Class Ernesto Hernandez Fonte
30th Naval Construction Regiment
During deployment as the senior engi-
neering command in southern Afghani-
stan, the 30th Naval Construction Regi-
ment provided command and control over
a joint task force of eight Navy, Army and
Air Force units that totaled more than
4,500 personnel at its height.
More than 80 Seabees assigned to the
regiment returned to Port Hueneme on
Feb. 20 after a seven-month deploy-
ment.
“It was a learning experience,”said Navy
Counselor 1st Class Zackary Keen, who
was a night shift petty officer of the watch.
His job was to track and report the move-
ments of subordinate units, activity of
insurgents and status of friendly forces in
the combat operations center, the regi-
ment’s hub of real time information from
the battlefield.
“It’s my first boots-on-the-ground de-
ployment while working as a Navy coun-
selor at the same time,”Keen said. “It was
amazing to learn what is happening on
the battlefield in real time. It felt closer to
the war than all my other deployments
hundreds of miles out at sea.”
The regiment was responsible for the
completion of 235 projects throughout 32
forward operation bases and combat out-
posts in Afghanistan.
These projects totaled:
— 2,118,433 square feet of space for
berthing, office, maintenance, worship and
morale, welfare and recreation.
— 18.7 miles of force protection im-
provements and upgrades.
— 333,050 square feet of matting for
expeditionary airfields.
—19,072,920 square feet of earth work
for helicopter landing zone, drainage, mo-
tor pool and other base improvements.
— Six completed water wells totaling
5,700 feet of depth, pumping 300,019 gal-
lons per day and saving $830,000 per week
in bulk water shipments.
“30NCR Seabees rose among all chal-
lenges and demonstrated the talents, pro-
fessionalism, expansive capability and
can-do spirit of the Naval Construction
Force,”said Lt. Robert Kleinman, the as-
sistant operations officer during deploy-
ment. “The deployment was not about
setting records but about working in a
multiservice environment, doing a lot of
work and getting the job done. Person-
ally, it was amazing and very somber to
work with and support through general
engineering the units directly engaging the
enemy.”
30NCR Seabees finish 235 projects
Division 7 of the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary — comprised of members from
Ventura, Santa Barbara and southern
Kern counties — held its annual awards
banquet at the Lobster Trap restaurant
on Sunday, March 7.
The annual premier event honors those
in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary who
have dedicated thousands of hours per-
forming tasks with the U.S. Coast Guard
and the auxiliary.
The members of the auxiliary, togeth-
er with the U.S. Coast Guard officers and
enlisted men from Sector Los Angeles/
Long Beach and U.S. Coast Guard Sta-
tion Channel Islands Harbor, and hon-
ored guests were in attendance.
The honored guests presenting the
awards to the 2009 recipients of Division
7 were:
• Capt. John Caplis, deputy command-
ing officer, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Los
Angeles/Long Beach.
• Commodore Michael Johnson, dis-
trict commodore, U.S. Coast Guard Aux-
iliary 11th District Southern Region.
• Lt. Tim McGhee, commanding offi-
cer, U.S. Coast Guard Station Channel
Islands Harbor.
• Cmdr. Gregg Matlin, director, U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary 11th District
Southern Region Los Angeles/Long
Beach.
Allan Carver, commander of Division
7 U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, led the
festivities in presenting the many
awards.
“This is one event that shows the com-
mitment and sacrifices that the members
of Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 7 have
proven in their devotion of duty to our
country,” Caplis stated at the event.
McGhee said that everyone in Division
7 should be awarded for their “outstand-
ing commitment” to the Coast Guard.
“I am proud to have been here to hon-
or all in attendance, thanking them for
the help given to Coast Guard Station
Channel Islands Harbor,” he added.
The most prestigious awards presented
were: Auxiliarist Of The Year, won by a
husband-and-wife team, Jim and Anna
Smeal; Continuous Long and Dedicated
Service, Larry Owens; and Rookie of the
Year, Douglas Buckingham.
Coast Guard
Auxiliary holds
honors banquet
PHOTO BY MIKE BRODEY / U.S. COAST GUARD AUXILIARY
Receiving awards during the March 7 event are, from left, Douglas Buckingham, Anna
Smeal and Larry Owens.
Navy Lodges aren’t just for families
—they are also a great place for TAD,
TDY and business travel.
The oversized business-class rooms
of the Navy Lodge feature plenty of
space to work and relax. Included in
some rooms are a queen-sized bed,
sofa, a desk with a computer hookup
and task lighting, plus a kitchenette
for snacks or a quick meal.
“Business travelers can find safe and
comfortable first-class lodging when
staying at one of the 42 Navy Lodges
located around the world,”said James
Tiqui, manager of the Navy Lodge at
Naval Base Ventura County Port Hue-
neme. “Navy Lodges offer guests a
value up to 45 percent less than com-
parable civilian hotels. Navy Lodges
are also conveniently located on or
near the installation for quick access
to all commands. They are also near
other installation amenities, such as the
NEXand MWRrestaurants and food
courts.”
Navy Lodge guest rooms offer cable
TV with DVD player, Internet access,
direct-dial telephone service and a
kitchenette complete with microwave
and utensils.
Navy Lodges also offer guests house-
keeping service, vending machines,
DVD rental service and laundry fa-
cilities, as well as handicapped acces-
sible rooms. Free local calls, free in-
room coffee and newspapers, as well
as convenient parking, are also avail-
able.
“I encourage you to stay at the Navy
Lodge Port Hueneme the next time you
travel for business,” said Tiqui. “Navy
Lodges offer the price, location, clean-
liness and guest service business travel-
ers are looking for when away from
home.”
To make reservations for your vaca-
tion or to receive a Navy Lodge direc-
tory, call 1-800-NAVY-INN 24 hours
a day, seven days a week, or go online
at www.navy-lodge.com. Once you
make a reservation, you cannot be
bumped from your room.
Reservation is accepted on an as-re-
ceived basis without regard to rank.
For other military lodging options
go to www.dodlodging.com.
Business traveler,
Navy Lodge mix
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By Rachel McGrath
Correspondent
The Wallbangers of Carrier Airborne
Command and Control Squadron (VAW)
117 returned home to Naval Base Ven-
tura County Point Mugu on Thursday,
March 25, after a successful eight-month
tour of duty aboard USS Nimitz (CVN
68).
Families, friends, members of the other
three squadrons based at Point Mugu and
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer
NBVC, were there to greet the eight pilots
and 12 Navy flight officers.
“It’s really exciting. This is a great mo-
ment,” said Amy Butt, wife of Navy pilot
Lt. Matthew Butt, as the four E-2C Hawk-
eyes performed a fly-by over the airfield.
“It’s been a long eight months. I’m just
glad we made it through.”
The squadron, led by Cmdr. Valerie
Overstreet, was combat deployed in sup-
port of allied coalition forces in the North-
ern Arabian Sea as part of Operation
Enduring Freedom. The squadron flew
367 combat sorties, logging 2,800 flight
hours, including 1,753 combat hours.
“It’s amazing to be home. Just over-
whelming,” said Overstreet, who wiped
tears from her eyes as she was greeted by
her husband, Lt. Cmdr. Travis Overstreet,
who’s also an E-2C pilot and is based in
New Orleans with VAW-77.
“The entire deployment was just fan-
tastic,” she said. “All the men and women
in the squadron did so well through a lot
of combat sorties. The air crew won the
Top Hook award, which is the highest
landing grade, and we were the top E-2C
squadron as far as safety goes.”
McHugh said he was delighted with the
squadron’s achievements.
“It’s always great to see them come back
from deployment,” he said. “I heard they
were the Top Hook squadron, and that’s
great. For an E-2C squadron to do that is
awesome.”
Overstreet said the squadron’s success
was due to one thing: teamwork.
“I came in the first day and said, ‘We’re
going to be gone for a long time and I need
Wallbangers of VAW-117 back home after 1,753 combat hours, eight months on USS Nimitz
PHOTO BY MC1 AARON PETERSON
Clockwise from top: Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Thomas of
Carrier Airborne Command and Control Squadron
(VAW) 117 holds his 9-week-old son, Matthew Jr.,
for the first time upon his return March 25 from an
eight-month deployment. A Hawkeye E-2C flown by
a member of VAW-117 lands at Naval Base Ventura
County Point Mugu. VAW-117 Executive Officer Brent
Trickel gets a big hug upon his return on March 25.
With tears, he greets the rest of his family. And Lt.
Cmdr. Shane Tanner finds that roses are nice, but it’s
not what takes top priority when a squadron returns
home.
‘They made me proud,’
commanding officer says
of her squadron after
taking part in Operation
Enduring Freedom
The entire deployment
was just fantastic. All
the men and women
in the squadron did so
well through a lot of
combat sorties.
— Cmdr. Valerie Overstreet
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By Rachel McGrath
Correspondent
The Wallbangers of Carrier Airborne
Command and Control Squadron (VAW)
117 returned home to Naval Base Ven-
tura County Point Mugu on Thursday,
March 25, after a successful eight-month
tour of duty aboard USS Nimitz (CVN
68).
Families, friends, members of the other
three squadrons based at Point Mugu and
Capt. Jim McHugh, commanding officer
NBVC, were there to greet the eight pilots
and 12 Navy flight officers.
“It’s really exciting. This is a great mo-
ment,” said Amy Butt, wife of Navy pilot
Lt. Matthew Butt, as the four E-2C Hawk-
eyes performed a fly-by over the airfield.
“It’s been a long eight months. I’m just
glad we made it through.”
The squadron, led by Cmdr. Valerie
Overstreet, was combat deployed in sup-
port of allied coalition forces in the North-
ern Arabian Sea as part of Operation
Enduring Freedom. The squadron flew
367 combat sorties, logging 2,800 flight
hours, including 1,753 combat hours.
“It’s amazing to be home. Just over-
whelming,” said Overstreet, who wiped
tears from her eyes as she was greeted by
her husband, Lt. Cmdr. Travis Overstreet,
who’s also an E-2C pilot and is based in
New Orleans with VAW-77.
“The entire deployment was just fan-
tastic,” she said. “All the men and women
in the squadron did so well through a lot
of combat sorties. The air crew won the
Top Hook award, which is the highest
landing grade, and we were the top E-2C
squadron as far as safety goes.”
McHugh said he was delighted with the
squadron’s achievements.
“It’s always great to see them come back
from deployment,” he said. “I heard they
were the Top Hook squadron, and that’s
great. For an E-2C squadron to do that is
awesome.”
Overstreet said the squadron’s success
was due to one thing: teamwork.
“I came in the first day and said, ‘We’re
going to be gone for a long time and I need
Wallbangers of VAW-117 back home after 1,753 combat hours, eight months on USS Nimitz
everybody, no matter what your job is, you
got to do it’ — and they did, every single
one of them. They made me proud,” she
said.
The deployment also marked a per-
sonal career milestone for Overstreet,
who logged 4,000 flight hours in an E-2C
Hawkeye on Oct. 18, 2009.
“They did a really nice celebration for
me on the boat and I didn’t know that
was going to happen, and so it was re-
ally neat,” she said.
Overstreet, the first woman to com-
mand an E-2C squadron, said she has
simply been blessed in her career to have
been able to do a lot of flying.
“She won’t admit this due to modesty,
but it’s the result of a lot of hard work,
a lot of dedication, and things have just
paid off for her,” said her husband, Tra-
vis. “She’s earned it. It’s not something
that’s been handed to her at all, but out
of modesty, she’ll push the credit else-
where.”
For Lt. Cmdr. Matt Thomas and Lt.
Cmdr. Dave Dees, the homecoming
marked the first time they were each able
to hold their newborn sons in their
arms.
“It’s very special,” said Thomas, as he
cradled 9-week-old Matthew Jr., as his
wife, Kalee, and 3-year-old son, R.C.,
gathered round. “It was definitely a long
deployment, but we were definitely glad
to be supporting the troops on the ground
there in Afghanistan and glad to be all
home safe today.”
It was a double celebration for Dees,
who flew home on his son D.J.’s fourth
birthday and got to meet his new son,
Nicholas, for the first time.
“It’s so hard to believe because he’s
been gone for so long. He missed my en-
tire pregnancy,” said his wife, Nancy.
Within minutes of landing, though,
Dees was back in full father mode and
feeding 8-week-old Nicholas.
“It’s wonderful and kind of surreal,”
he said as his son sucked enthusiasti-
cally on his bottle. “When I left, Nancy
wasn’t really showing being pregnant, so
I wasn’t really expecting to come home
to a 2-month-old.
“We flew a lot of missions, and obvi-
ously with the surge, there are a lot of
troops on the ground and we were there
to protect them.
“But this is where our hearts are right
now,” he said as he cuddled his new
son.
Photo by MC1 Aaron Peterson
A tearful reunion as a member of the VAW-
117 squadron returns from an eight-month
deployment.
PHOTO BY MC1 AARON PETERSON
Clockwise from top: Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Thomas of
Carrier Airborne Command and Control Squadron
(VAW) 117 holds his 9-week-old son, Matthew Jr.,
for the first time upon his return March 25 from an
eight-month deployment. A Hawkeye E-2C flown by
a member of VAW-117 lands at Naval Base Ventura
County Point Mugu. VAW-117 Executive Officer Brent
Trickel gets a big hug upon his return on March 25.
With tears, he greets the rest of his family. And Lt.
Cmdr. Shane Tanner finds that roses are nice, but it’s
not what takes top priority when a squadron returns
home.
‘They made me proud,’
commanding officer says
of her squadron after
taking part in Operation
Enduring Freedom
The entire deployment
was just fantastic. All
the men and women
in the squadron did so
well through a lot of
combat sorties.
— Cmdr. Valerie Overstreet
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Zimmerman opened the program by
discussing how close women are to living
the 1960s mantra, “A woman’s place is
anywhere she wants to be.”
Women are writing history, she ex-
plained — or, as she had the audience
chime in, “herstory.” Today, they’re on
ships, on land, in the air and diving un-
derwater.
Stewart, Zimmerman said, was “sup-
portive and fair. In every way, she was a
wonderful role model.”
“It made a difference,” she said, “and
we noticed.”
McHugh also praised Stewart, noting
that as the father of three daughters, he
holds special gratitude for her courage to
act in a way that was not always popular
at that time in American history.
“She createda pathof success,”McHugh
said. “Now we must turn those paths into
roads, keep them open, and create even
more paths.”
The 2009 award recipient, Kim Foster
of NSWC PHD, said that 19 years ago,
Stewart was ahead of her time. And while
doors have opened for women since those
years, she said, more women need to walk
through them.
“We need to encourage women to apply
for these opportunities,” she said.
The 10 other nominees this year were:
• MariaVenus L. David of NSWC
PHD.
• Kristine Eugenio of NSWC PHD.
• Silvia L. Faulstich of the Avionics Sys-
tem Integration Strike Branch, Naval Air
Systems Command.
• Dr. Ramon Flores of the Center for
Seabees and Facilities Engineering,
Knowledge Management/Information
Technology Directorate.
• George Graham of the Ship Defense
Expeditionary Warfare Department,
NSWC PHD.
• Culinary Specialist 1st Class (SW) Ta-
mara M. Larrison of the Naval Construc-
tion Training Center.
• Chief Equipment Operator (Seabee
Combat Warfare / Expeditionary Warfare
/ Fleet Marine Forces) Pamela S. Lee of
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3.
• Cindy Nedbailo of NSWC PHD.
• The Naval Information Technology
Center Transformation Team.
• Lorena Silva of the Naval Air Warfare
Center Weapons Division.
CONTINUED FROM 5
Award: Runners-up announced from among 13 nominees
By Alyce Moncourtois
NSWC Port Hueneme Command
Communications
Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC)
Port Hueneme’s White Sands Detachment
conducted a successful flight test of the
Standard Missile-6 (SM-6) fromUSS Des-
ert Ship earlier this year at White Sands
Missile Range, N.M.
SM-6 is an evolutionary U.S. Navy ad-
dition to the Standard Missile family that
combines the proven technologies of Stan-
dard Missile and Advanced Medium
Range Air to Air Missile.
“This flight test was performed to dem-
onstrate the SM-6 capability against a
representative cruise missile target,” said
Cmdr. Bill Harrell, White Sands officer-
in-charge. “The GTV-3 flight test was the
latest in a series of land-based tests spon-
sored by Program Executive Office Inte-
grated Warfare Systems to support SM-6
test and evaluation.”
The Jan. 11 GTV-3 mission follows the
October 2009 formal certification for the
Desert Ship’s capability upgrade, which
included enhancements to engineering
capabilities and computer programs sup-
porting the mission. Certification was
granted after a stringent data review be-
fore a Navy certification panel, which
verified that system performance met the
over-arching requirements for the Desert
Ship upgrade and the new configuration
for supporting flight testing of the Stan-
dard Missile-2 and the Standard Missile-
6 variants.
The Desert Ship is a testing facility lo-
cated at NSWC Port Hueneme White
Sands Detachment. The Desert Ship up-
grade was led by NSWC Port Hueneme,
a field activity of Naval Sea Systems Com-
mand, and provides for future fleet testing
of next-generation weaponry.
Missile test flight from USS Desert Ship successful
By Alyce Moncourtois
NSWC Port Hueneme Command
Communications
Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Schroeder, Naval
Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme
Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
Test and Evaluation Project officer, has
been named the National Defense Indus-
trial Association’s (NDIA) Navy Military
Tester of the Year for 2009.
According to the citation, Schroeder
earned NDIA recognition when he “dis-
played exceptional leadership, unwavering
dedication to duty and strong technical
acumen in leading the efforts of civil ser-
vants, contractors and ship’s force on five
surface combatants through 13 Aegis
BMD test and evaluation missions.”
“Lt. Cmdr. Schroeder has consistently
demonstrated outstanding performance,”
said NSWC Port Hueneme Commander
Capt. John Ailes. “His leadership and
technical rigor have resulted in 100 percent
accomplishment of the test objectives as-
signed for each mission. He continues to
distinguish himself as an officer with un-
limited potential through his tireless ef-
forts and outstanding leadership in ad-
vancing the Aegis BMD.”
Schroeder’s major project accomplish-
ments include the first fleet firing of a
Standard Missile-3; the first Aegis-to-Ae-
gis cued engagement; the first BMD en-
gagement in the Gulf of Alaska; the first
successful demonstration of the Mk-99
Kill Assessment System against a live tar-
get; and multiple joint and allied BMD
events.
Additionally, Schroeder’s efforts were
critical in the development, testing and
deployment of a new generation of bal-
listic missile defense capabilities.
NDIA presented Schroeder with his
award at a formal ceremony during their
test and evaluation conference in San Di-
ego earlier this month.
Testing weapon system and missile ca-
pabilities allows NSWC Port Hueneme, a
field activity of Naval Sea Systems Com-
mand, to verify future technologies that
maximize warfighter capabilities and in-
crease readiness, which supports the na-
tion’s maritime strategy.
Tester of the Year from Hueneme
Lt. Cmdr. Matthew Schroeder has been
named the Navy Military Tester of the Year
for 2009.
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Comptroller at the missile center, Cdr.
O.W. Dryer, said another $20 million was
spent in the Ventura-Los Angeles county
areas for items the navy buys locally: Food,
stationery and construction are in that
category.
Payrolls at Point Mugu also include
salaries at the navy’s new Point Arguello
missile site north of Lompoc, but that
amount is minute since only a few men
are stationed at the still-to-be completed
Arguello facility.
The payroll and disbursement figure at
Mugu does not include the $5.2 million
spent during 1957-58 on completion of
360 Capehart housing units which service-
men already have moved into.
Other expansions at the Pacific missile
range headquarters is included in $13 mil-
lion worth of development to be split with
Oxnard air force base. Mugu will get the
lion’s share. The Pacific missile range got
$10 million for new facilities and one of
the first projects at Mugu was a $1.5 mil-
lion runway extension contract. About
$2.4 million has been spent so far at Point
Arguello.
Adm. Jack P. Monroe, ranking officer
at Mugu and commander of the huge Pa-
cific missile range, has introduced hun-
dreds of the nation’s top scientists to Ven-
tura county. Among the visitors was
Wehrner Von Braun, army missile ex-
pert.
Queen Frederika of Greece was also at
Point Mugu in 1948 and a Regulus I mis-
sile was fired in her honor.
During the year, besides the first Regu-
lus II firing from Mugu, Douglas F4D-1
Skyray navy jets broke five climbing and
speed records last May, and air force
planes from Larson AFB, Wash., using
Mugu runways, bested the records only
recently.
Jet Starfighters soared 16 miles high
over Ventura county areas.
At Port Hueneme, schools for Seabees
functioned at a fast rate and the naval
laboratory facility published reports on
every engineering problem from atomic
blasts to corrosion, but no major expan-
sion was announced.
Pacific Seabees, rotating between Pa-
cific islands and Port Hueneme, their
home port, account for the major portion
of 2,000 military personnel at Hueneme.
Others, not included, are usually stationed
overseas while their fellow units train
here.
Payrolls at Port Hueneme total nearly
$18.5 million for 1958, most of the mon-
ey ($13.2 million) going to 2,600 civilian
employers on the base or at the nearby
naval laboratory.
Hueneme, as other area military bases,
purchases millions of dollars in local
items.
At Oxnard air force base, for instance,
the air force paid $1,000 for picture frames
from one Ventura county dealer. It has
awarded a contract to a local builder for
$26,000 worth of remodeling in two old-
er barracks.
Oxnard’s payroll is nearly $4 million a
year for about 1,300 personnel, mostly
military people who take home about $3.1
million.
At the air force base, a $5 million, 315-
unit Capehart housing area area for ser-
vicemen is planned for completion in
March.
Already in 1958, the air force has spent
$145,000 for a newcommissary; $150,000
for remodeling; $375,000 for a new en-
listed men’s dormitory; $115,000 for a
theater; $200,000 for a swimming pool and
$120,000 for a new hangar.
Accidents at the bases were few. Oxnard
air force base lost two planes, but two men
parachuted to safety over Lompoc. The
pilot and radarman in the other died in
the crash near their home base. Another
death was recorded at Point Mugu during
a remote control landing.
CONTINUED FROM 3
Looking back: Military a force in local economy even in ’58
es. Second- and third-place winners were
Charles Blackstock Junior High School
and Las Colinas Middle School, respec-
tively. Students from each of the winning
schools received Borders gift cards and
certificates signed by Capt. John Ailes,
NSWC PHD commander.
ASNE, SHPE, and NSWC Port Huen-
eme’s Senior Leaders and Managers As-
sociation sponsored and provided prizes
for the winners.
Other participating schools included:
Anacapa Middle School, Balboa Middle
School, Cabrillo Middle School, De Anza
Middle School, E. O. Green Junior High
School, Robert J. Frank Intermediate
School, Richard B. Haydock Intermediate
School, Los Primeros Magnet School,
Mesa Union School, Monte Vista Middle
School, Ocean View Junior High School,
and Santa Rosa Technology Magnet
School.
“I saw some well thought-out and cre-
ative designs,” said Capt. Kimo Zaiger,
NSWC Port Hueneme chief staff officer.
“I hope that this project gave you some
idea of what it’s like to be an engineer.”
Engineers who volunteered to help the
students build their missiles included:
Jonathon Emis (Code S22), Chela Manzo
(Code L34), Seth Bourn (Code L34), Rey
Jordan (Code L42), Steven Letus (Code
L24), Stacie Hiratsuka (Code L25), Adnan
Mian (Code A40), Thao Nguyen (Code
L44), Mylene Arizo (Code L256), Ruth
Matela (Code L43), Ming Kwong (Code
A62), Sean Inouye (Code L25), Vasili Iko-
sipentarhos (Code L23), Robert Ritchey
(Code L32), and Michael W. Smith (Code
L24).
NSWC Port Hueneme’s National Engi-
neers Week competition was developed as
a way to help students with an aptitude
for math and science discover the world
of engineering and to expose them to the
kinds of problem-solving challenges that
engineers face on a daily basis. It is an
opportunity for students to apply what
they are learning in school to a real-world
scenario.
The event also gives NSWC Port Hue-
neme engineers a chance to give back to
the community by utilizing their field of
expertise. Because one person can make
a difference in the mind of a child, it is an
excellent opportunity for themto not only
help students make important connec-
tions, but to encourage students to think
about their futures.
Competition: Kids, missiles mix
CONTINUED FROM 20
PHOTO BY STEFANIE DEWITT / CSFE N1
Chief Engineering Aide (Seabee Combat Warfare) Ireneo Rebamonte, a Engineering Aide
Learning Program manager at the Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering (CSFE)
re-enlists for another five years. Rebamonte, shown here with Lt. Cmdr. Constance
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1995. This September, he will join Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 40 and deploy to
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By Andrea Howry
Lighthouse editor
The Seabees and Sweeties Team met its
goal of raising more than $50,000 for
childhood cancer, organizer Rebecca Mor-
row announced during the team’s fund-
raising finale on March 20.
The 22-member team, which included
15 Seabees from Naval Base Ventura
County, attended the final celebration at
the Four Points Sheraton in Ventura, with
many of the team members getting their
heads shaved as a show of solidarity with
children who have lost their hair due to
cancer treatments.
“I haven’t had my hair this short in six
years,” said Construction Mechanic 2nd
Class Joe Morgan of Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalion 3, after volunteer bar-
ber Raul Morales left him nearly bald.
Justin Hendrick, a constructionman ap-
prentice with NMCB 3, said the fund-
raiser “is a good thing to do,” and Chief
Dan Lynch of the NCTC agreed. This is
the second year Lynch has had his head
shaved as part of the St. Baldrick’s fund-
raiser.
Some of the hairdressers are also veter-
ans of the event. This is Bobbi Hagen’s
third year participating. A stylist at JC
Penney’s Styling Salon at the Pacific View
Mall in Ventura, she recruited some of
her co-workers to take part, including
Morales, who appreciated the invitation.
“I love it,” Morales said of the event,
adding that three members of his family
have fought cancer.
Morrow, wife of Equipment Operator
2nd Class Ben Morrow of NMCB 3, is a
childhood cancer survivor. She was one
of several women who shaved their heads
during the celebration.
Shear beauty: Seabees help kids with cancer
PHOTOS BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Top, Seabees and Sweeties get their heads
shaved to show solidarity with children who
have lost their hair to cancer. At far left is
Rebecca Morrow, the organizer of the event.
Right, Construction Mechanic 2nd Class Joe
Morgan of NMCB 3 gets his head shaved by
volunteer Raul Morales. Morales, who works
at JC Penney’s Styling Salon in Ventura, said
this was his first year volunteering. “I love it,”
he said. At far right, Morales works on Chief
Dan Lynch of the Naval Construction Training
Center, who is undergoing his second shave
in two years on behalf of the St. Baldrick’s
fundraiser for childhood cancer.
About the photos
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By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd
Class Ace Rheaume
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5
Seabees attached to Naval Mobile Con-
struction Battalion (NMCB) 5 recently
participated in Operation Bearing Duel
2010, a Field Training Exercise (FTX) to
prepare them for deployment to the Mid-
dle East.
This exercise took place at Fort Hunter
Liggett during February so the group
could be tested and evaluated by the 31st
Seabee Readiness Group (SRG).
Each specific company and department
was trained and tested to better prepare
them for deployment through various
training scenarios that Seabees might en-
counter while operating in a contingency
environment.
“It compiles everything the Seabees
might have to go through, from chemical,
biological and radiological (CBR) attacks
to mass casualty drills, said Builder 1st
Class (SCW) Ricky Jones. “FTX also
evaluates every individual part of the com-
mand, from command and control down
to the CBR teams to Medical and Sup-
ply.
“We get graded on howwe react to each
situation, so we can learn where our strong
and weak points are and what we can im-
prove on as individuals and as a com-
mand,” he said.
This is Jones’ eighth FTX with NMCB
5 and his 15th overall with the Seabees.
“FTX has come a long way from a
couple of years ago, and it just keeps get-
ting better,” said Jones. “Vehicle Borne
Improvised Explosive Devices (VBIEDs)
became really relevant in Iraq, so we have
to adjust, incorporate and refine training
so that is it relevant to real-world scenar-
ios that our battalion might encounter
while deployed overseas.”
Hospital Corpsman (SCW/FMF) 2nd
Class Le Deo, who works in the Battalion
Aid Station (BAS), said this type of train-
ing is important.
“Our mission is to maintain the health
of the battalion,” he said. “This is what
will most likely happen when we get de-
ployed to a highly dangerous area. If
someone gets hurt, we treat them. Sce-
narios that we see include combat injuries,
amputation, fractures and gunshot
wounds.”
The BAS’s contribution is an essential
asset to the battalion’s readiness.
Training exercise gets Seabees ready for deployment
SEE TRAINING ON 33
PHOTOS BY MCS2 ACE RHEAUME
Top left, Steelworker Constructionman Blake Edwards conducts a routine foot patrol with his squad Feb. 18 during Operation Bearing
Duel 2010. Edwards is attached to NMCB 5´s Combat Security Element (CSE) Company. Above right, Seabees attached to NMCB 5
participate in a mass casualty drill Feb. 14. Directly above, Construction Electrician 3rd Class Aaron Bluitt participates in REACT Team
Training Feb. 13. Bluitt is an NMCB 5 Bravo Company Seabee. The REACT Team provides an interior security force on base. w
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Security of the battalion is needed to
maintain safety while NMCB 5 is de-
ployed, so Seabees also learn REACT
Team Training while conducting FTX.
“The REACTTeam’s mission is to aug-
ment the rest of the security force,” said
Master at Arms 1st Class (AW) Delilah
Clymer. “They provide interior guard se-
curity for the base and they are your first
line of defense.”
The REACT Team is composed of
Bravo Company Seabees. REACT coor-
dinates with the rest of NMCB 5 during
FTX to eliminate threats such as aggres-
sors who infiltrate camp, reinforcement
of company lines and the Entry Control
Point (ECP).
Training began as soon as NMCB 5 ar-
rived at Fort Hunter Liggett.
“We’re taking probably an entire home-
port’s worth of training and condensing
it to basically about a week and a half,”
Clymer said.
She added that she’s proud to teach
NMCB 5’s Seabees training during this
FTX.
“I learn just as much from the Seabees
as I can offer them,” said Clymer. “Any-
thing I teach themis another tool in their
toolbox that they can utilize, but I am
learning just as much from them.”
She said the Seabees caught on quick-
ly.
“These Seabees get great support from
their chain of command,”she said. “They
are having a good time and they are learn-
ing.”
Although preparing for deployment can
be tough, this FTX will help NMCB 5’s
Seabees carry out their mission.
“It’s kind of fun in a crazy way, but it
does get stressful,” said Jones. “The most
difficult part is keeping everyone moti-
vated, because we do get put in a lot of
stressful and challenging situations.”
NMCB 5 will take training acquired
fromFTXand apply it to their next sched-
uled deployment to the Middle East.
Training:
Seabees work
on battalion
security
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PHOTOS BY MCS2 ACE RHEAUME
Top, Bravo Company Seabees attached to NMCB 5 walk back to camp after an Entry Control Point (ECP) drill Feb. 17 at Fort Hunter
Liggett during Operation Bearing Duel 2010. a Field Training Exercise (FTX) that tests the battalion´s capability to deploy and conduct
operations in a contingency environment. Above left, Builder 3rd Class (SCW) Robert Hays demonstrates to Charlie Company Seabees
attached to NMCB 5 proper application of face camouflage techniques Feb. 13 during Operation Bearing Duel 2010. Above right,
Construction Electrician 3rd Class Aaron Bluitt participates in REACT Team Training Feb. 13
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Help when you need it.
The Fleet & Family
Support Center
All classes at Port Hueneme unless oth-
erwise noted. Call 982-5037 for more in-
formation.
New toll-free appointment scheduling
service: 1-866-923-6478. Call 24 hours a
day, seven days a week. Schedule counsel-
ing (individual, marital, family) and ap-
pointments for financial, spouse employ-
ment, transition and relocation
assistance.
Counseling Services & Life
Skills
• Couples Communication (4 sessions):
Strengthen your communication and your
connection as you juggle deployment,
money matters, partnership and parenting.
Mondays, Apr. 5, 12, 19, 26; 5 to 6:30
p.m.
• General Parenting (7 sessions): Practi-
cal and hands-on parenting skills for chil-
dren ages 5 to 12. Thursdays, Apr. 8, 15,
22, 29, May 6, 13, 20; 5 to 6:30 p.m.
• Anger Management (6 sessions): In-
teractive class, recognizing cues of anger
and practicing healthy anger expressions.
Mondays, Apr 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24;
5 to 6:30 p.m.
• Blended Families (4 sessions): Learn
to focus on a child’s developmental mile-
stones in the context of social, moral and
cognitive development. Dispel the myths
of stepparenting and transforminto a new
family. Tuesdays, Apr 20, 27, May 4, 11;
3 to 5 p.m.
• Stress Management (4 sessions): Dis-
cuss and practice stress reduction tech-
niques with focus on your choice of work,
home or personal issues. May include role-
play, guided imagery, and/or body aware-
ness if requested. Tuesdays, May 4, 11,
18, 25; 3:30 to 5 p.m.
• Solution Focused Communication (1
session): Improve your communication
and better your relationships at home,
work and play. Monday, May 5, 5 to 6:30
p.m.
Career Support and Retention
(Register for TAP classes with your
Command Career Counselor)
• Executive Transition Assistance Pro-
gram: Monday-Thursday, May 3-6, 7:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. E-7 and above, all retirees.
Civilian attire. Bring medical records and
DD2648 on Monday.
• Transition Assistance Program: Mon-
day-Thursday, May 10-13, 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Seperatees E-6 and below. Civilian
attire. Bring medical records and DD2648
on Monday.
• MS Excel: Frombeginners to advanced
in 2 hours. Wednesday, Apr. 7, 8:30 to
10:30 a.m.
• Corporate Resume writing: Cutting-
edge resume techniques! Must call 982-
5325 to register. Friday, Apr. 9, 7:30 to 9
a.m.
• Federal Employment: Resumes, Web
sites, and the application process. Friday,
Apr. 9, 9 to 11 a.m.
• Spouse Resume Writing: Learn what
makes up a winning resume and learn job
search techniques. Monday, Apr. 12, 9 to
11 a.m.
• Interview Skills: Preparing you for
your interview—mock interview, possible
interview questions, what to wear and
much more! Tuesday, Apr. 20, noon to 1
p.m.
• CONSEP: Financial, life skills and
career management for members with less
than 10 years of service. Monday-Thurs-
day, Apr. 26-29, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• LAPD Testing: Onsite testing for
LAPD. Apr. 28, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Call 982-
5325 to register.
Sexual Assault Prevention
and Response (SAPR)
• Point of Contact Training: Training
for command SAPR POCs. This is a re-
quired training for the POCs. Monday,
Apr. 19, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
• Victim Advocate Meeting: All com-
mand advocates are required to attend.
Thursday, Apr. 29, 10 to 11 a.m.
• Victim Advocate Training: Training
for newcommand advocates and for those
needing a refresher course. Monday-
Thursday, May 17-20, 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Ombudsman
• Ombudsman Assembly: Meeting with
Ombudsmen, their senior leadership and
local service providers. Monday, Apr. 19,
6 to 8 p.m.
• Ombudsman Basic Training: Required
to become an ombudsman and if more
than 3 years have elapsed since attending
Ombudsman Basic Training. Monday-
Wednesday, May 10-12, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m.
• Ombudsman Meeting: Ombudsman
program updates and advanced training.
Tuesday, May 25, 6 to 8 p.m.
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Youngsters enjoy a morning with the Little Explorers for Toddlers playgroup put on by
the Fleet & Family Support Center. Designed to be an interactive event between parents
and toddlers 15 to 36 months old, the group meets every Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m.
Facilitator Pamm Klieman said about 100 children and parents stop by during the year.
“We encourage parents to put down their purses and cell phones,” Klieman explained.
“This is a time for parent and child interaction.” Age-appropriate activities are emphasized.
For more information, call 982-5037.
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The Fleet & Family
Support Center
IA Readiness and Deployment
• Deployment Preparation: For service
members’ families who are soon to be ex-
ecuting IAorders. Wednesday, Apr. 7, 4:30
to 5:30 p.m.
• Deployment Discussion Group: For
family members of service members who
are deployed or under IAorders. Tuesday,
Apr. 13, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
• Homecoming: For families of soon to
be returning or already returned IA/De-
ployed service members. Wednesday, Apr.
14, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Relocation
• Navy New Spouse Orientation: New-
ly married to the Navy? Learn about
military benefits, family programs, Navy
jargon and customs. Wednesday, Apr. 7,
2 to 4 p.m.
• Smooth Move: Make your PCS move
easy, simple, smooth. Know your entitle-
ments from the experts. Wednesday, Apr.
21, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
• Disaster Preparedness: Are you and
your family prepared for an emergency?
Learn how to cope with a disaster by pre-
paring in advance and working with your
family as a team. Wednesday, Apr. 28, 4:30
to 5:30 p.m.
• Sponsor Training: Ensure that desig-
nated command personnel have the neces-
sary training to successfully fulfill their
role as command sponsors. Wednesday,
May 5, 3 to 4 p.m.
Financial Management
• Financial guidance by appointment.
Evening appointments available. Call 982-
3640 Port Hueneme or 989-8844. Informa-
tion available on saving, investing, TSP,
credit reports, creating a spending plan,
car buying, avoiding foreclosure and bank-
ruptcy, selling versus renting your home,
retirement planning and financial plan-
ning for deployment.
• How to be a Savvy Consumer: Learn
about making sound buying decisions,
combating fraud and rip-offs, and your
legal rights as a consumer. Wednesday,
Apr. 14, 9 a.m. to noon.
• Home Buying Seminar: Do you want
to buy a home in the near future? Learn
howto determine price range, select a real
estate agent and choose Afinancing plan.
Thursday, Apr. 15, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
• Saving and Investing: Learn about the
tools, techniques and mental attitude you
need to be a successful saver and investor.
Wednesday, Apr. 21, 9 a.m. to noon.
• Developing a Spending Plan: Learn
how to “make ends meet” and not live
paycheck to paycheck. Wednesday, Apr.
21, 9 a.m. to noon.
New Parent Support
• Little Explorers for Toddlers: An in-
teractive parent-toddler playgroup for
babies 15–36 months. Thursdays, 10 to 11
a.m. Call 982-5037 for location.
• NewMamas (ongoing): For expecting
mamas and mamas with babies 0–15
months old. Information, education and
support. Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m.
• Yoga Mamas: For expecting and new
mamas: a gentle stretch to rest and refresh.
Tuesdays, 12:30 to 1:45 p.m., Bee Fit Cen-
ter.
• First Steps Program, Accident Aware-
ness and Prevention in the Home: Week-
ly for parents of infants, babies, toddlers
& siblings 0 to 5 yrs. Lap babies welcome,
childcare needed for toddlers and pre-
schoolers. Call 982-5037 for more informa-
tion!
• Deployments: Birth, Bonding & Be-
yond: What to expect during deployments
and reunions, discussion, suggestions from
professionals and experienced parents.
Thurs., Apr. 1, 6 to 8:30 p.m.
• Your Baby Shower: For expecting par-
ents, an introduction to New Parent Sup-
port. Resources, fun and education. In-
fants welcome! Thurs., Apr. 8, 6 to 8:30
p.m.
• Birth Basics: Super Saturday Crash
Course. Learn the basics: labor starts, the
different stages of labor, labor support,
breathing and the many ways to reduce
pain. Saturday, Apr. 10, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Brand New Baby, Brand New Parents
(3 sessions): Soothing a crying baby, dia-
pering, burping, bathing, sleep training,
recovering frombirth fast. Come alone or
bring Dad and school age siblings. Thurs-
days, Apr. 15, 22, 29; 6 to 8:30 p.m.
• No time for classes? Would you prefer
home visits? Easy, convenient and per-
sonal, by appointment. Just call 982-5037
and ask for New Parent Support Staff.
Free Food Distribution
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 24. Saturday, Bldg.
19, near the Pleasant Valley Gate on Port
Hueneme. Note: Food items vary from
month to month. Requirements: Active
duty E-6 and belowor their spouses. Bring
an LES and only one issue per family. E-
7 with two or more dependents may qual-
ify. Income guideline statement available
at distribution site. Custodian of a child
who is a family member of active duty
personnel on deployment.
— Please call Sandy Lyle, command liaison,
at 989-8833 or e-mail sandra.lyle@navy.mil.
We are here to serve you!
PHOTO BY ANDREA HOWRY / LIGHTHOUSE
Justice Smith, 3, enjoys a morning at the Little Explorers for Toddlers playgroup sponsored
by the Fleet & Family Support Center. Justice was there on a recent morning with her mom,
Kristeen, and her younger sister, Havana. Dad David Smith is with the Navy Research Lab.
Kristeen Smith said she likes the program: “It’s good for the girls to meet other kids,” she
said. For more information on the program, call 982-5037.
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BED A Beautiful
Leather Platform Bed
w/Thick Queen
Pillowtop Mattress
Never Used, in plastic, war-
ranty. Retails $999, sell $395
805-830-3314
VCS233935
BED California King
Pillowtop Mattress Set
Never used, still in
plastic w/warranty,
retails $899 sac $260!
805-830-3314
VCS232493
BED FULL SIZE
Orthopedic Pillowtop
Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warranty. Retails
for $499. Sacrifice $150
805-830-3314
VCS232505
BED QUEEN
Orthopedic
Pillowtop
Mattress Set
Never used, still in plastic
w/warr retails $699, sell $160.
805-830-3314
VCS232498
BEDS King & Full Queen.
Dressers, ebony bar height
dinette, bunk bed. $100-$250.
805-501-0951 VCS233212
BED
Tempurpedic Style
Queen Memory Foam
Mattress Set
Brand new in plastic w/warr!
Retails $1199 Sell $345!!
805-830-3314 VCS233934
CHEST OF DRAWERS
affordable quality, large,
6 drawers $300 offers ok
805-495-2550 VCS232883
DESK/HUTCH 2 piece, white
wicker, glass tops, $200.
WALL UNIT Broyhill,
3 piece, $325. All xlnt cond.
805-492-0786
VCS232997
MOVING SALE! 9 drawer
bureau w/mirror $175,
2 large glass lamps $50 ea,
1 queen bed w/pillows $175,
1 hide bed $100, 2 tv’s $35 ea,
1 box mechanic tools $100.
All in good condition.
805-682-6038 VCS234097
MOVING SALE
Household and Patio
Furniture. Call for
appointment 805-432-5942
VCS233764
233
Furniture/
Household Goods
Sectionals & Sofas
Affordable
Custom sized
Pottery Barn inspired styles
and more, local mfr
showroom factory direct
sectionals sized by the inch
with your measurements.
Hard to fit spaces our
specialty Best prices,
quality & selection.
Sectionals from $799.
805-302-2138 VCS232874
THOMAS KINKADE (2),
28 x 42 canvas paintings,
Lamp Light Manor $1995.
Spring Gate $2495.
805-432-5942
VCS233765
VICTORIAN SETEE
maroon & ivory, $1500
805-376-0698 VCS234860
0273
Jewelry/Clothing
CASH FOR:
Gold Coins Jewelry
CashZGold.com
(805) 218-9248
VCS232588

GOLD HAS
PASSED $1000
DOLLARS AN
OUNCE
WE ARE LARGEST
BUYERS OF SCRAP
GOLD, GOLD CHAINS,
BRACELETS,
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DIAMONDS, ROLEX
WATCHES, SWISS
WATCHES, GOLD
COINS, WE PAY UP TO
SPOT PRICES, GOLD
CROWNS, SILVER
COINS, SILVER
CHAINS WE PAY
CASH NOW! TOP $$
4255-18 E. MAIN ST
VENTURA CA 93003
805-650-0444
MAIN & TELEPHONE
Next to Honey Baked
Ham Firehouse Plaza

VCS234457
274
Medical Equipment
& Supplies
RMC MEDICAL
Buy•Sell•Rent•Repair
Power Chairs/Scooters
Lift Chairs/Ramps
Hospital Beds/Hoyer
Lifts/Wheelchairs
All Credit Cards
805-797-5624
VCS234590
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
10” CRAFTSMAN
TABLE SAW.................$100.
10” CRAFTSMAN RADIAL
ARM SAW................. $600.
7261 Coolidge St., Ventura
805-647-5689 VCS234276
ARTIFICIAL TURF
$2.19/sf 2 rolls 15x50/15x100
40oz 495-9601 VCS234704
ASTEROIDS ARCADE
GAME / INDUSTRIAL
FLOOR MACHINE.
Upright Arcade game $250.00
and a Hawk floor cleaner
$400.00 Call 805-484-2193
VCS233635
Boxes for moving
only 75¢ each
250 used 805-487-2796
www.riteboxinc.com
VCS234446
CACTUS AND
SUCCULENTS
All kinds & sizes from $2-$30
805-498-1274 VCS234478
COMMERCIAL SEWING
MACHINE Computerized.
GLENNEN GN-33, on ta-
ble, $1500/obo 805-527-2914
VCS233047
FREE HAUL AWAY
JUNK METAL
Metal Fences, Car Parts,
Car Batteries, Cast Iron
Bathtubs, Pool Heaters,
Air Conditioner Units, etc.
805-368-9853 VCS232800
JC PALMS
PALM TREES FOR LESS
THAN 1/2 PRICE!
We Have all Types of Palms
QUEEN PALMS
5 Gallon $5.00
15 Gallon $15.00
18 Inch Box $20.00
24 Inch Box $50.00
We can Deliver and Install!
Call us for any trees.
Ask for JC 805-218-7709
VCS234844
LEMONS
You-pick, ideal for swapmeet
Evenings 805-529-4881
VCS233626
METAL WINE RACK holds
156 bottles $50. 24” FIRE
PIT $25. LARGE COOLER
holds over 2/12 packs $10
(805) 488-6172
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Ventura County
GOLD CANYON
CANDLES
Kimberly Davis Gold
Canyon Demonstrator Over
90 fragrances to smell and
a wide variety to choose
from. Try a Gold Canyon
candle or a flameless
candle. Try a Pod Warmer
(NO MESS). They are
superior quality scents, and
long lasting and the most
authentic aromas.
Call or email me for a
catalog today
Cell 805-727-0975
kimdavis1018@att.net
Would you like to host a
party?
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VCS232771
275
Miscellaneous
For Sale
WE PICK UP & RECYCLE
all Major Appliances.
Help Save our Planet.
Call 805-671-9569 VCS232350
277
Musical Instruments
Baby Grand Piano
$1500
ESTEY Dark wood, nice
sound, bench incl. Pictures
by email 818-590-7642
VCS232642
281
Pool/Spa Supplies
POOL SAFETY FENCING
Black, near new, for lg pool.
Cost $2,700 sacrifice $1,900.
818-667-6000 VCS234163
SPA/HOT TUB
Deluxe 2010 Model.
Neck jets, therapy seat,
warr, never used, can
deliver, worth $5950,
will sell $1950 818-785-9043
VCS232776
291
Tools/Gardening
Supplies
GENERATOR WELDER
Hobart 270amp DC welder
and generator, $900obo.
805-794-7256 VCS232502
SEARS 10’’
TABLE SAW
$50 Call (805) 488-6172
297
Wanted To Buy
CA$H
for
SCRAP
METALS
________________
Construction &
Demolition Scrap
Car Bodies
Automotive Scrap
Steel
Aluminum
Copper
Brass
All Types of Metals
805.933.8280
842 Mission Rock Rd
Santa Paula, Ca 93060
VCS232746
297
Wanted To Buy
I BUY HIGH-END
RANGES &
REFRIGERATORS,
805-671-9569 VCS232351
I PAY CASH for old books,
magazines, paper ephemera,
movie/comics/sports
memorabilia, libraries,
posters, old toys, etc.
Carl 818-889-3599
VCS233270
METAL - WE PICK UP
AND PAY YOU FOR YOUR
SCRAP METAL. CALL
805-643-HAUL VCS232441
Pocket Knives,
Sheath Knives,
Swords, Bayonets.
Collections & Military
805-969-0381
VCS234693
Pets &Supplies
300-315
305
Birds/Fish
Supplies/Services
PEACOCKS Indian Blue,
Emerald and White Mixed.
M & F. $125 - $300.
805-526-1091. Simi Valley.
Must go to good homes.
VCS234740
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
Puppies. Beautiful, Champ
parents, great temperment.
$900. AKC, ASCA.805-279-7770
or 805-524-5048 VCS233964
BASSET HOUND 8wks w/pa-
pers, 1 fem, 2 males, tri-
color, updated shots, $500.
805-653-0048 VCS232829
BEAGLES to good home
$50/$200 donation M/F AKC
760-248-7658 661-816-3292
joes-beagles.com VCS234775
BORDER COLLIE PUPS
Black/White, parents on
prop. Purebred reg. $425
Incl papers/1st shots Call
805-630-0392 VCS234355
BOXER PUPS
clipped tails $250 leave msg
805-389-4675 VCS233385
CAVALIER King Charles
Spaniel purebred puppies.
Blenheims, 2nd shots, vet
recommended. 805-906-1174
princeofcavs@gmail.com
Facebook.com/savvycavs
VCS233218
CHIHUAHUA females $200
12 wks, very smalll & cute,
different colors 805-607-4482
VCS233154
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
CHIHUAHUA PUPS
Very small and playful.
9 wks old, males, 1st shots
& dewormed. $250
805-984-9992
VCS233685
DACHSHUNDS AKC reg
$700. 661-333-4697
www.simplesite.com/loveadog
VCS234266
ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPS
AKC, show quality,
5 Females, 1 Male, $2000
805-276-2090 VCS234845
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
Puppies. Born 1/17/10. 6M &
6F,pure bred,parents on site.
$500ea. 805-890-5823
VCS234244
GOLDEN Retriever Puppies
Large mellow teddy bears.
AKC/OFA/HEART/CERF.
Gorgeous English cream,
4 M, champion sired. $2,000.
1-800-887-4972
www.saddlecreekfarms.net
VCS234012
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPS AKC, M & F, 4 months
old, papers, health guar,
shots. $500. Home raised.
805-208-0995 VCS234018
Golden Retriever Pups
$2000+ goldenmeadows
retrievers.com
805-532-2216 VCS234978
HIMALAYAN Blue Point,
young adults M/F CFA
$200. 805-901-7299 or
805-901-6932 VCS234960
HUSKIE PUPPIES
Only 11 weeks old with first
shots. Three males, 1
brown & 2 black. $350 ea.
Please call (805) 815-1393
VCS233627
LAB PUPS AKC, OFA Choc,
Yellow, Blk, dewclaws,
shots, wormed, $650-$750
805-649-3692 VCS234342
LABRADOR RETRIEVER
PUPS AKC, Chocolates.
Ch. English import lines.
Xlnt quality/temperaments
805-698-2222
VCS233468
MALTESE
PUPPIES
Adorable, purebred, 10 wks,
Male & Female avail. Both
parents on premises.
$700/$750 Call 805-671-5629
VCS232710
Malti-Szu Puppies
Gorgeous & family raised.
Blk/Wht & Brn/Wht. F ($550)
& M ($450). 805-905-9725
VCS234007
PITBULLS HAWAIIAN
Blue & Razor Edge 8 week
puppies. Great w/kids &
other dogs. $150ea. Anthony
805-485-9049 VCS234065
POMERANIAN AKC Pups,
M/F, black & tan, blue
merle, orange sable
$300-$400/ea 760-377-3630
VCS233396
POMERANIAN PUPPIES
1 males, 2 females.
Beautiful. Bred for size &
coat quality. $500-$600
805-701-8322 VCS233956
310
Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services

Private
Foundation
Has
Rescued
Dogs For
Adoption.
JOSE
6 year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 10 pounds.
PEEWEE
4year old male,
Chihuahua mix, 13 pounds,
SCOOTER
2 year old male Doxie &
Terrier mix, 14 pounds.
DUCKY
1 year old male Chihuahua
& Beagle mix, 15 pounds.
LIBERTY
9 month old female, Italian
Greyhound mix, 15 lbs
Visit website
for pics:
samsimon
foundation.org
(310)457-5898
VCS232769
ROTTWEILER PUPPIES
M & F, parents onsite,
de-wormed, 1st shots, tails
are docked, de-clawed, $500.
805-216-8427 VCS234483
SHIHTZU PUPS w/papers,
shots, health guar, trained,
hypoallergenic, cute!$500+
805-320-8224 VCS233149
SHITZU PUPPIES 8 wks old
F-$300, M-$250. 805-263-0155
after 5:30p. VCS233909
SIAMESE KITTENS
raised with love, very
friendly, 1st shots, $275 cash
805-494-1447 VCS234862
SMALL PLASTIC DOG
HOUSE 24”x36” $25.
SMALL PET CARRIER,
21L x 16W x15H $25.
(805) 488-6172
TEACUP YORKIES
6 weeks old, 2 females,
1 male, purebred w/NO
papers. $750. 1st shots
(805) 207-8325
VCS233622
YORKIE AKC PUPPY,
beautiful, tiny, playful male,
8 weeks, shots, $650
805-304-6595 VCS234264
YORKIE
Beautiful playful Yorkie
pups from $800. Males
and females. Friendly,
playful and ready for their
new homes. To view:
www.myplayfulpuppy.com
(805)320-1246 VCS233585
WANTED: Buyers and sellers.
classifieds
Lighthouse
To advertise
(800) 221-7827
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Cats/Dogs
Supplies/Services
YORKSHIRE TERRIER
Puppy, 9 mo old male, In-
side dog, potty & kennel
trained, Papers from APRI
$400/obo 805-797-0994
VCS233908
315
Horses/Livestock
Miscellaneous
3 For 3, Paint Stud, Mare,
Filly, $3,000. Call For Details
575-375-2420 VCS234989
HORSE BOARDING Small
private ranch in N.P. Pipe
corrals arena, $300/mo.
805-498-0406 VCS233475
OAT HAY $7.00 per bales,
10 bales minimum.
805-646-3796 VCS233620
WLV HIDDEN
VALLEY RANCH
EQUESTRIAN CTR
Separate barn, 14 stalls &
grooms cottage & office.
Also 12 stalls in large
barn. Jim 805-857-4389
or Hugh 805-857-8555
VCS232217
Employment
500-585
540
Help Wanted
Accounting
Operations
Specialist
Special Processing Local
Financial Srvs Firm
seeks highly org and de-
tail oriented indiv for Re-
demption dept.
Qualified candidates will
have reconciliation and
solution ability, attn to
detail & accuracy, strong
written & oral skills and
ability to work indepen-
dently.
FINRA Series 6 req’d
within 6 months.
Visit:
www.planmember
financial.com
for job description. Email
resume/sal history to
Jobs@planmember.com
VCS234783
Find a home.
540
Help Wanted
Accounts Payable
Supervisor
Under the direction of As-
sistant Controller, over-
see all non-payroll
disbursements for the
University. This includes
analysis and reporting for
accounts payable trans-
actions, communicate
with University depart-
ments to provide and re-
ceive payment
information. Supervise
the work of the Accounts
Payable assistant and
student employees. Man-
age reporting and distri-
bution of 1099 forms with
the IRS.
The ideal candidate will
have prior Accounts Pay-
able and purchasing ex-
perience with college-
level course work in ac-
counting and two years
experience in an account-
ing-related work. Super-
vision experience is
preferred. Knowledge
and experience of basic
level Excel is a require-
ment. See www.calluthe-
ran.edu/hr for full job
description and require-
ments. Hiring Range:
$18.00 - $20.00/hr. Email
resume to lamiller@callu-
theran.edu, or fax re-
sume to: California
Lutheran University at
805-493-3655. EOE
VCS234182
Actuary
Assistant Actuary
(Simi Valley, CA): Pfm
actuar’l a’lysis & coordi-
nate recs for revsns in
rates & rat’g plans for as-
signed lines of ins; a’lyze
proposed rat’g & classif’n
plans for new prods; dsgn
new & revised stat’l rpts for
actuar’l a’lysis of new
prods & busn. BA/BS in
Actuar’l Sc or equiv, FCAS
certif’n, & 3 yrs actuar’l
exp. Res to Farmers
Group, Inc., Attn: Pat Nan-
gle (BOI -N), 4680 Wilshire
Blvd, LA, CA 90010
VCS234922
ADMINISTRATIVE/
PAYROLL ASSISTANT
Entertainment Company
in Westlake Village is
looking for a full-time Ad-
ministrative / Payroll As-
sistant. Candidate must
be highly detail oriented
and be able to handle a
high level of data entry.
Candidates must have
proficiency in the follow-
ing programs: Excel,
Outlook, 10-key.
Hours are: Monday thru
Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm
with a 1-hour lunch.
Please note this is 7 hours
a day, 35 hrs/wk. Com-
pensation: $26K Annual
Qualified candidates
please email resume to:
tbarbosa@gesecurityinc.com
VCS234088
540
Help Wanted
AIR CONDITIONING
SERVICE TECH AND
INSTALLER
Good DMV, Exp’d only.
Simi Valley. 805-581-6055
VCS234129
AUTOMOTIVE
FIRST HONDA
Simi Valley location, full-
time file clerk/customer
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ties. Working knowledge
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Help Wanted
COMPUTER Amgen has
an opportunity for a Princi-
pal IS Architect. Reqs:
Bachelor’s and 7 yrs exp.,
or Master’s & 5 yrs; & exp.
w/ Storage & info lifecycle
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age Prevention, Informa-
tion Rights Management,
Data Encryption, Compli-
ance Monitoring); S/W de-
velopment & infrastructure
implementation lifecycle,
from reqs. definition to de-
ployment; Deployment of
enterprise systems; Lead-
ing a team from project in-
ception to completion.
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CA. Send resume referenc-
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Amgen Center Drive, Mail-
stop 19-1-A Thousand Oaks,
CA 91320. No phone calls
or e-mails please. Must be
legally authorized to work
in the U.S. without sponsor-
ship. EOE. VCS233516
Computer
Network/System
Administrator
Established s/w dev co
requires experienced self-
starter to manage grow-
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web infrastructure. Sala-
ry commensurate with
exp/skills. Apply MS ser-
vice packs & patches for
Windows-OS, SQL,
ADO/ODBC, etc., Provide
IT support for company’s
clients, monitor & main-
tain SQL server databas-
es, evaluate/maintain
server/website security,
maintain server/website
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sist w/new server setup
& assist with upgrades.
Requires: Windows desk-
top & server administra-
tion (ADS, DNS, DHCP),
IIS, SQL Server adminis-
tration, InstallShield,
Kaspersky AntiVirus,
HTML (light skills), ASP
(light skills)
Desired skills:
Not required but useful.
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(expertise), VB, XML.
Send resume to:
CHT-P+W Software Inc.
Attn: HR Dept,
5655 Lindero Cyn Rd #403,
Westlake Vlg, CA 91362
or email:
powerplus@consumer
healthtech.com
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vcstar.com/ads
Cabinets
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Add to or Alter Existing Cab
Modular Cabinet Installation
Crown Mouldings & Trim
Preferred Kitchens
35 years experience
Gary 805-527-2631
Lic#341411 VCS232539
Carpentry
BUILT-IN
FURNITURE
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•Book Shelves/Libraries•
•Window Seats/Storage•
•Home Office Units•
•China Closets & More•
Free Design Assistance
877-256-8049
oldbedfordcarpentry.com
Lic# 940318 VCS232346
Carpet Repair
CARPET REPAIR
& CLEANING
TILE CLEANING
• Stretching • Patches
• Carpet to Tile
Carpet Rescue
805-483-0899
(Lic #787080) VCS234303
Child Care
Cummins Family Childcare
is currently accepting new
students. 25 years exp.
Creative learning fun in a
home environment. Youth
bus, lic’d field trips, home
work help, meals included,
great teacher/child ratios.
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805-494-0784 VCS232836
Computer
Services
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Onsite PC Support
for Home or Office
Computer Repair, Svc
& Upgrades. Virus, Spyware
& Adware Removal.
Data Recovery. 12 yrs exp
Support@pctoc.com
805-991-0666
VCS234407
Concrete Work
AG&R Masonry
& Concrete
Block Walls, BBQ. Stamped
Concrete Brick & Stone.
Retaining Walls.Driveways
& Patios. Small Jobs OK.
Free estimates.
Tony 805-231-5574
Lic#908763 VCS234094
AHUMADA CONCRETE
Construction • Pool Repair
Driveways • Patios • Walls
Vinyl Gates • Brick
• Drainage problems
All types of
Concrete & Masonry
(805)487-1613
Lic#754081 VCS234618
CLARK & SONS
CONCRETE
•Driveway/RV Pad•Patios
•Pool Decks •Sidewalks
No Job too small
805-583-0480
LIC#408242 VCS233303
Escobar Concrete
Reasonable rates,
No job too small.
patios, block/retaining
walls, brick, stucco, pavers
tile, driveways stamp,
foundations, sea walls.
Robert 805-890-2198
Lic #819035 VCS232884
Ortega Construction
Concrete, Paving, Grading,
Driveways, Retaining
Walls, Parking Lots,
Stamped Concrete.
805-921-1535
LIC#870316 VCS232625
Construction
Fast Free Estimates
For all your home/business
repairs & more.Carpentry,
Electrical, Plumbing.
RECESSION RATES
creatbldr@earthlink.net
NO JOB TOO BIG or SMALL
805-382-0464
lic#342943 VCS232391
Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
Roofing. Room Additions.
Patio Enclosures, Windows
& Doors Repair. Stucco &
Restucco. Fences.Tilework
25 years experience
818-968-4143 818-568-7283
LIC#654774 VCS234133
T & T
CONSTRUCTION
• Room Additions
• Kitchen & Bath
Remodels
• Patio Covers &
Decks
Tom 805-987-2860
Lic#425257 VCS233139
Doors
TIM’S CUSTOM
DOORS
Over 200 Styles
French Swing Sliders, All
Brands, Locks. Hardware,
Moldings. Wholesale Prices.
25 Years Experience!
(805) 527-5808
Lic #724376 VCS234213
Drafting
ARCHITECTURAL
Design & Drafting
REMODELING
ADDITIONS
NEW CONSTRUCTION
EXPERIENCED
805-444-7371
(LIC # C10380) VCS234273
Electrical
Contractor
PACIFIC COAST
ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTORS
• Honest, Reliable & Exp’d
• Trouble Shooting
• Ceiling Lights & Fans
• Remodels
• All Work Guaranteed
Edward (805)797-0402
LIC#806561 VCS232878
STAMP
ELECTRIC
Residential & Comm’l
Troubleshooting, Repairs
Lighting & Maintenance
Affordable Rates
No Job Too Small.
Senior Discount.
805-654-9937
Lic#923709 VCS232289
Fencing
JOSE’S
FENCES
Wood Fences & Gates. New
or Repairs Vinyl Fencing &
Wrought Iron. Chainlink.
Block Walls. Best Prices.
Prof Installation Free
Est/Lic.#798198
805-443-3817 or
805-483-5699
VCS233639
WROUGHT
IRON FENCE
& GATE
• Fabrication
• Installation
• Repair/Welding
Free Estimates!
805-616-0564
VCS234668
Flooring
ATLAS
FLOOR COVERING
Professional Installation
Hardwood, Laminate,
Vinyl, VCT.
Reliable & Curteous
805-453-5241
Lic. #841151 VCS232295
Garage Doors
Pacific Coast
Garage Doors
Quality Door Installation
Repairs Springs/Operators
FREE ESTIMATES
We accept VI/MC/DC
(805)987-6100
Lic# 729304 VCS234726
Gardening
Alonso’s
Gardening Service
• Yard Maintenance
• Planter work
• Hauling • Sod
• Clean-up & more
• Trim small trees
Free Estimates
RUBEN ALONSO
805-901-1292
L#0762471 VCS232291
‘’A’’ PLUS
GARDENING
•Mow •Edge•Bushes
Trimmed •Yard Clean-ups
•Tree Trimming
Reasonable.Free Estimates
1 Time or Monthly
(805)336-3947 VCS232535
Beto Rivas
(Gardener)
• Mowing • Yard clean-ups
• Trash Haul Away
• Block Walls • Flagstone &
Brick Patios • Trimming
Trees • Weed Abatement
• Brush Removal • Water
Falls • Sprinkler Systems
(new/repair)
Cell: 805-469-5212
Home: 805-985-0826
VCS234855
L’IL JOHN’S
COMPLETE YARD
CLEANUP & TREE SVC
Specializing in Tree trim,
pruning, removal, shrub &
hedge trim, ivy hillside clear
weed abatement, apt &
garage clean-ups, gen haul.
Sr Discounts. Prompt Svc.
Free Est. 805-647-3124
VCS234317
RAMIREZ
GARDENING SERVICE
• Monthly Svc & Clean Up
• Weed abatement
• Garage clean-up
• Tree Trimming
• Install New Sod
Free Estimates
805-890-3037 VCS234051
Handypersons
CHUCK STOUT
HANDYMAN
All Trades:
Concrete, Masonry,
Framing, Drywall,
Plastering/Stucco, Painting,
Plumbing, Tile, Electric.
32 yrs. in Conejo
Free Estimates
805-499-2860 Lic# 771801
VCS233660
F & C Roofing &
Handyman Services
Roofing Repairs & Floors
Rotted out wood replacement
Drywall & Electrical
805-651-4325
805-896-8904
VCS232456
HANDYMAN
SERVICES
Plumbing•Electrical
Lighting & Ceiling Fans
Roof Rep.• Crown Molding
Dry Rot & Termite Rep.
Drywall•Doors•Windows
Tile•Rough/Fin. Carpentry
Senior Discounts
805-901-3088
VCS234770
JAIME’S
HANDYMAN SVCS
Plumbing, Electrical, Floors,
Concrete, Carpentry,
Windows, Screens, Doors,
Stucco, Rain Gutters,Drywall
Paint, Fences & Gates.
(805)558-7525
Not lic’d. VCS234484
• lights • plumbing
• doors • carpentry
• locks • cabinets
• painting
Tim Voorhees 527-5808
LIC #724376 VCS234214
NEED A HANDYMAN?
Professional, Neat and
Always On Time!
Small Jobs are Welcomed.
FREE ESTIMATES
We Take Care of ALL
Home Improvement Needs
CALL 805-525-6860
25 Years Exp.
Bonded & Ins.
Lic. #846996
VCS232849
Find
cycles, boats
andRVs.
TV/Home Theater
We Install your LCD plasma
on wall speakers. Sales,
install/trbleshoot, affordable
electronics.1 free 15’ HDMI
FREE ESTIMATES
www.InstallNation.com
805-813-0108
VCS232626
Hauling
ALL HAUL
WE DO IT ALL!
Same Day Service
•Concrete & Demolition
•Weed Abatement
•Real Estate Clean up
•Appliances & Garage
•Construction • Handyman
• Yard Clean-up
•$2M Ins Umbrella
805-643-HAUL
(4285)
lic #084142 VCS232290
AL’S
HAULING!
7 Days-Free Estimates
(805) 485-9334
Tree/HedgeTrim/Chain Saw
Yard rototilling
Garage Cleanups
Appliance Removal
Will Haul Big or Small
Lic. 94-06169 VCS233286
California Clean-Up
and Hauling
Commercial/Residential
Free Estimates.
Owner, Scott Floyd
805-649-1606 or
805-208-5321 VCS232379
Eddie’s Hauling
& Gardening Svc
Garage & Yard Cleanups,
Dirt & Concrete Removal,
Tree Trimming/Removal
Senior Discounts
Free Estimates
805-758-8920
VCS234444
House Cleaning
EXTREME GREEN
CLEANING
ECO FRIENDLY!
Residential Janitorial
Construction Windows
Honest & Responsible with
Excellent References.
Lic/Bonded/Ins/Works Comp
805-252-9435
Lic#089362 VCS234863
HOUSE CLEANING
The Sky is The Limit
* Commercial/Residential *
* Honest & Responsible *
* Weekly & Bi-weekly *
* Detail cleaning *
* Good References *
* Licensed & Bonded *
Carlos Diaz
805-914-9313
cd_ev_4jesus@yahoo.com
VCS233216
HOUSEKEEPING
PLUS
20 years experience. Refs
No job too big
or small Becky
cleans them all.
Weekly bi-weekly, one time
(805)525-8343 or 832-0044
VCS234121
House Cleaning
PROFESSIONAL
COMPLETE CLEAN
HouseAptBuilding
JanitorialConstruction
Move in/Move out. Weekly/
Bi-weekly One time/monthly
•Carpet-Truck Mounted
•Windows/Wall Wash
•Floor Strip & Wax
•Kitchen/Bathroom
987-3071
Service local since 1986
Lee’s Maintenance Co
VCS233481
Janitorial
JANITORIAL CLEANING
SERVICES Business and
Residential. No job is to
small! Over 20 years of
experience in Ventura
County, excellent references
available. For more info call
805-388-7990 and don’t forget
to ask for Maggie for your
1st time discount! Or Email:
anjolu1@verizon.net
VCS234220
Landscaping
805-216-2893
• Design Install •New
Lawns/Sod/Seed• Sprinkler
•Tree Shrub Planting
•Residential & Commercial
Lic # 503980 Owner T.Beppu
VCS234977
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Motorhead, LanceLambert
blogs all things onwheels.
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LANDSCAPE
& Tree Service
•New Lawns •New Sprinkler
Systems/All Repairs
• Masonry Work • Clean-ups
• All Your Landscape Needs
• Free Estimates
(805)443-3817
(805)483-5699
Lic#798198 VCS233637
Steven Bordwell
Landscape Design
& Construction
Patio, Concrete & stone,
sprinklers, laws & shrubs.
805-204-7821
805-643-6735
Lic #352626 VCS233540
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DRIVERS - Tow Truck Op-
erators Will train right ap-
plicant. Apply in person at
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rent DMV printout.
VCS234617
ENGINEER
Cachuma Operation and
Maintenance Board, a
Joint Powers Authority
located in Santa Barbara,
CA, is seeking a CA-regis-
tered P.E. to perform a
variety of professional
engineering work on their
Capital Improvement
Program related to the
planning, design, con-
struction, operation and
rehabilitation of the
Cachuma Project struc-
tures and facilities used
for water storage, supply
and transmission. Re-
quires a current certifi-
cate of registration as a
CA-Professional Engineer
with minimum 4 years
experience. Requires a
valid CA driver’s license.
Bi-weekly salary
$3279.92-$3933.94, plus xlnt
benefits package. Visit
www.cachuma-board.org
for complete job descrip-
tion and application or
call 805-687-4011.
Closing date: 4/9/10
VCS234141
Production
Asst Production
Supervisor
Cam med mfg co. Solid exp
req’d in production &
scheduling. Xlnt computer
skills nec + exp w/ MRP
systems & GMP/ISO regs.
Medical benes & 401K.
Send resume to
info@medicalpackaging.com
or fax 805-388-7313
VCS234050
Government
MINERAL RESOURCES
INSPECTOR II
($4125-$5010 per month)
CA State Lands
Commission
Open Examination - Con-
tinuous Filing Position in
Goleta & Huntington Beach.
Qualification & apps at:
www.slc.ca.gov
916-574-1910
VCS233217
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Pepperdine University is
recruiting for an experi-
enced Graphic Designer to
join their in-house crea-
tive team.
http://jobs.pepperdine.edu
VCS234749
Healthcare
AMONG FRIENDS
Adult Day Healthcare
Is Now Hiring For:
Physical Therapist
FT/PT, on call. Flex
hours, Mon-Fri. Must cur-
rent Calif PT license.
Xlnt pay. Call 805-385-7244
VCS233160
540
Help Wanted
Hotel
Oxnard GrandStay
Hotel
Now Hiring
General Manager
A professional Hotel Man-
agement Company seeks
a sales oriented and expe-
rienced General Manager
to manage the GrandStay
Residential Suites Hotel
in Oxnard, CA
We Offer:
401(K)
Bonus Programs
Competitive Salary
Promotional Oppty’s
Health Insurance
Please send resumes to:
ETC Enterprises, Inc.
Gina Blum
ginab@etcenterprisesinc.com
Fax: 320.240.0549
www.grandstay.net
Machinist
CNC MACHINST/
PROGRAMMER
Min 5 yrs exp for pro-
gramming CNC MIL
using Gibbs Cam Soft-
ware. Fax resume to
805-604-4600 or call
805-604-4500 between
9am-3pm VCS234041
MAINTENANCE TECH --
GROUNDSKEEPER F/T,
Oxnard Fax resume to
659-3195 OR e-mail to:
lcuellar@cabrilloedc.org
VCS234698
Manager
REPROGRAPHICS
BR MANAGER
in Ventura/Oxnard area.
Looking for a dynamic indi-
vidual w/Repro & Mgmt
exp. Excel comm skills a
must & be comp lit. Sched
flex a must. 213-973-1125 for
info or email resume &
salary expect to:
mschafer@fordgraphics.com
EOE VCS234716
Carnews,
research&
resources.
540
Help Wanted
Manufacturing
GENERAL
SHOP HELP
general shop help to per-
form various duties. Exp.
in a shop environment. FT
position. Apply in person
TUESDAY-THURSDAY
ONLY 10:00AM – 3:00PM
2238 Palma Dr.,Ventura.
Ask for Pat - NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE
VCS234196
Medical
Back Office
Medical Assistant
Busy medical clinic is seek-
ing a full-time certified
back office medical assist-
ant. At least 1 yr of medical
experience and ability to
multitask, prioritize, and
work in fast pace environ-
ment. Bilingual (Eng-
lish/Spanish). Please fax
resume to (805) 604-7469
Attention Kathy
VCS234577
MEDICAL
HEALTHCARE
MANAGER
Darancare Corp seeking
qualified applicants. Min
BS and 5 years exp. FT.
Email or send resume to
fred@darancare.com
4820 Adohr Ln, Unit D,
Camarillo, CA 93012
VCS234975
MEDICAL
HEALTHCARE
MANAGER
Darancare Corp seeking
qualified applicants. Min
BS and 5 years exp. FT.
Email or send resume to
fred@darancare.com
4820 Adohr Ln, Unit D,
Camarillo, CA 93012
VCS233632
Nursing
CNAs F/T
11:00pm - 7:00am
Apply in person at the
Venturan Convalescent,
4904 Telegraph Rd, Ventura
VCS234694
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
Nursing
RN
Exp in long term care for
after hours emergency
and follow up visits for
The Samarkand Retire-
ment Community, 2550
Treasure Dr., Santa Bar-
bara, CA 93105. Shifts
available everyday, 4PM
to midnight. Saturday
and Sunday shifts also
8AM to 4PM. Apply in
person or fax resume to
805-569-8510
VCS234049
540
Help Wanted
Nursing
RN POSITION
Rescare/Normal Life of
California. Current RN Li-
cense with one year of nurs-
ing experience required,
preferable in a residential
setting. Experience with
mentally disabled persons a
plus.
Apply today at
www.rescare.com
VCS234819 VCS234819
OR NURSE
Ambulatory Surg Center
F/T position in fast paced
surg center & Derm ofc. No
nights or weekends! Com-
petitive pay, bene pkg incl
401K / Profit share.
Fax resume to 805-373-7493
Come join our team!
VCS234854
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805-525-1166 VCS234378
PACKING
SUPERVISOR
The California Mushroom
Farm located in Ventura,
CA is hiring a PACKING
SUPERVISOR
AGRICULTURAL
EXPERIENCE
PREFERRED
The qualified candidate
must have experience in
line packing operations
including but not limited
to schedule of work as-
signments, time sheets,
receiving, storage, pack-
ing, shipping of product,
& all related activities in
compliance with Food
safety, quality assurance,
and labor laws. Good
communication, writing
and math skills. Bilingual
English-Spanish required.
Salary DOE Fax resume
with references to
Rick Hernandez at
(805) 644-2849 or e-mail to
Rhernandez@
camushfarm.com
VCS234454
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MOVING
We Make Moving “Easy”
Locally Owned
No Job Too Big or Small
*Free Boxes*
805-584-2007
Cal T#182606 VCS232719
Office Services
A & J
CLEANING INC.
Windows, Carpets and
Flooring:buffing/polishing
Any Special Requests!
805-797-8648
Lic#97945 & Insured
VCS233667
Paint Contractor
30% OFF
DISCOUNT
Interior & Exterior
House Painting
Brua Painting
805-509-3535
lic contr#646010 VCS232107
AAA Pacific Coast
Construction
Paint & Drywall Specialist
• Patch/Repair •Acoustic
Removal •Retexture •Int/Ext
Painting •Ind/Res/Comml
•Fast Reliable•Handyman
805-443-4608
lic #579047 VCS233263
Alfredo Rivera
Painting
Interior/Exterior
Stucco/Wood Repair
Wallpaper Removal
Drywall, Decks. New
Textures. Free Estimates
805-290-2585
Lic# 922319 VCS233316
ANGELO LORENZO
Custom Painting
•Residential•Comml
•Repaints
•Remodel/New Construction
•Stucco/Drywall
Call for FREE Estimate
(805) 581-0268
Lic#465487/Insd VCS233535
TODD’S
PAINTING
A Superior paint job
at a fair price.
Residential expert
Over 25 years exp.
Color specialist
Quality materials
Extensive surface prep.
Satisfaction guaranteed
805-376-9246
(Lic#710663)
VCS233008
Painting
EXCELLENZ PAINTING
Interior & Exterior
Acoustic & Wallpaper
removal. Can do handyman
work. Lowest Prices!
Call Pedro 805-223-9384
Lic #877-858 VCS232853
Plastering
Tony’s Plastering
Construction
•Lath/Stucco, Restucco
• Int Plaster, Drywall
• Block Walls • Cement
Work • Repairs
• Tenant Improvement
FREE ESTIMATES!
(805)604-4801 or (805)377-8513
Lic#703539 VCS233992
Plumbing
ACROWN
PLUMBING
Drain Clean/Repair. Leak
Repair. Fixture Install.
Hydro-Jetting. Plumbing
Remodels.Repipes. New
Construction. 24 hrs/7 days
805-526-4125
Lic #921281 VCS232088
VCS234938
Find a home.
AM PM
Rooter & Plumbing
Drains cleaned - $55
Main sewer lines - $75
FREE ESTIMATES!
All Plumbing Repairs.
Don’t Replace Main Line.
FREE Camera Inspection
with Cleaning. Lic #563479
25 Years Experience
(805)890-6524 VCS234394
J.T. ROGERS
PLUMBING CO
(805)654-9882
Water Heater Special
50 gallon $750
(for basic install)
40 YEARS EXPERIENCE
ALL PLUMBING REPAIRS
REPIPES, REMODELS
Free Estimates.
Senior Discounts
Accepting Credit Cards
LIC#545995 VCS232937
Licensed•Bonded•Insured
I.H.P
PLUMBING
805-297-6942
FREE ESTIMATES!
Lic #924295
Residential • Commercial
VCS232563
Roofing
BRAVO ROOFING
Roofing Repairs & Floors
Rotted out wood replacement
Drywall & Electrical
805-651-4325
805-896-8904
VCS232458
FRITTS ROOFING
& REPAIR CO
•Commercial •Industrial
•Agriculture •Residential
Long Term Roofing
Solutions All Home
and Building Owners
Cell 805-258-3424
Ofc 805-477-9954
lic#733306 VCS233118
JLG ROOFING
DBA Gils Roofing Co.
New Roof, Re-roof,
Flat Roof, Woodwork
Owner on every job!
Free Estimates!
All Work Guaranteed!
805-816-9414
Lic #885763
Insured/W.Comp.
VCS233134
JS ROOFING
& REPAIR
jlsroofing@sbcglobal.com
805-200-1539
FREE ESTIMATES!
lic# 688681 VCS233511
Tile
TAJON TILE
Custom Installations
•Ceramic
•Marble
•Granite
•Stone
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
15 Years Experience
Lic #823343
805-746-1044
VCS233895
Morales Handyman
& Tile Services
Bathroom, Floors & Kitchen
Tile, Granite Slab, Drywall,
Fences, Decks, Plumbing,
Electrical, Cement.
Free Estimates! 10% OFF!
(805) 758-7089
lic#1000002769 VCS232229
Tree Services
AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICE
•Trimming•Removal
•Stumps •Firewood
Free Estimates, Pymt
Options Avail. 20 Yrs Exp.
24 Hr Emergency Svc
805-532-1710
licd & insured VCS232453
Tree Services
Gold Coast Tree
ALL PHASES
Trimming, Shaping, Stump &
Tree Removal, Dangerous/
Hazardous Tree Removal.
Brush Fire Danger Clear-
ance. Free Estimates
805-578-6500 or
805-494-8733
VCS232390
Access
stories and features
about new housing
communities.
Visit VCSHOMES.com
LOW COST
TREE REMOVAL
• Expert Trimming
• Stump Grinding
• Yuccas & Shrubs
• Free Estimates
JOHN APPEL
(805)649-4759
VCS234000
ONE DAY
TREE SERVICE
Fast • Efficient • Friendly
Senior Veteran Discount!
Free Estimates Call Gregg
805-889-8310
VCS234771
Miscellaneous
FORECLOSURE!
REO Default Certified
Realtor looking for buyers
and sellers for foreclosure
Residential and Commercial
Properties. Call 24/7 for a
free consultation.
805-754-5757
DRE#01848789 VCS234667
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Help Wanted
Paralegal
SR. CORP
PARALEGAL
Salem Communications –
Immediate opening. Pro-
vide support for the
company’s SEC filings;
maintain corp records for
parent company and its
30 plus subsidiaries;
gather and deliver meet-
ing materials to board of
directors; assist with ac-
quiring and managing
over 1,000 domains; pre-
pare and follow up on
trademark filings.
Proficient with EDGAR
and form 4 filings. Must
have BA Degree and
Paralegal Certificate.
Salary $60-80K. Please
submit your cover letter
with salary history, and
resume to jobs@salem.cc
Salem Communications is
an EOE
VCS234673
PERFORMANCE Manage-
ment Manager Amgen Inc.
has an opportunity for a
Performance Mgmt Mgr.
Reqs. Master’s deg. & 3
yrs. or Bachelor’s degree &
5 yrs. exp.; & recent exp. in
Six Sigma Methodology
DMAIC, Lean, Problem
Solving Tools: 5 Whys &
Fishbone Diagram, MS
Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Visio, Leading Large Initia-
tives in Multiple Functional
Areas. Job Location: Thou-
sand Oaks, CA. Send re-
sume referencing #7R4SAC
to: Global Mobility, Amgen,
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop 19-1-A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.
No phone calls or e-mails
please. Must be legally au-
thorized to work in the U.S.
without sponsorship. EOE
VCS233997
PERFORMANCE Manage-
ment Manager Amgen Inc.
has an opportunity for a
Performance Mgmt Mgr.
Reqs. Master’s deg. & 3
yrs. or Bachelor’s degree &
5 yrs. exp.; & recent exp. in
Six Sigma Methodology
DMAIC, Lean, Problem
Solving Tools: 5 Whys &
Fishbone Diagram, MS
Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Visio, Leading Large Initia-
tives in Multiple Functional
Areas. Job Location: Thou-
sand Oaks, CA. Send re-
sume referencing #7R4SAC
to: Global Mobility, Amgen,
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop 19-1-A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.
No phone calls or e-mails
please. Must be legally au-
thorized to work in the U.S.
without sponsorship. EOE
VCS233995
Find new&used cars.
Call 800221STAR7827
540
Help Wanted
PERFORMANCE Manage-
ment Manager Amgen Inc.
has an opportunity for a
Performance Mgmt Mgr.
Reqs. Master’s deg. & 3
yrs. or Bachelor’s degree &
5 yrs. exp.; & recent exp. in
Six Sigma Methodology
DMAIC, Lean, Problem
Solving Tools: 5 Whys &
Fishbone Diagram, MS
Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Visio, Leading Large Initia-
tives in Multiple Functional
Areas. Job Location: Thou-
sand Oaks, CA. Send re-
sume referencing #7R4SAC
to: Global Mobility, Amgen,
Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, Mailstop 19-1-A
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320.
No phone calls or e-mails
please. Must be legally au-
thorized to work in the U.S.
without sponsorship. EOE
VCS233996
Real Estate
HOMEOWNERSHIP
PROGRAM COORD.
Mortgage lending; program
admin & case mgmt. exper.
E-mail cover ltr & res to:
lcuellar@cabrilloedc.org
or Fax 659-3195
VCS234747
Real Estate
Paralegal
Immediate opening for a
strong real estate parale-
gal for our Ventura
County location.
• Must have real estate
paralegal exp.
• Must have exp. in nego-
tiating leases and man-
age lease process (Nat’l
& Local)
• Must have a min of 5 +
yrs exp working as a
paralegal
• Must have exp in work-
ing in contracts database
• ABA Approved Parale-
gal certificate and BA de-
gree required
Salary DOE. Please sub-
mit your resume to
camarillo_jobs@yahoo.com
VCS234675
Sell
yourcar.
Createyour ownadonline
at VCSWHEELS.com
Restaurant
The Whales Tail
Is Now Hiring
Exp’d Cocktail & Food
Servers
Bartenders
Apply Mon-Fri 3-4:30pm
only. 3950 Bluefin Cir, Oxn.
VCS234813
Find new&used cars.
540
Help Wanted
Retail
Join the team!
Assistant Store
Manager at our
Thousand Oaks
Store
• Help the Store Manager
run the store
• Supervise employees
• Must have excellent
customer service skills
• Must have previous
Grocery and
Supermarket experience
• Experience using MS
Office products.
We offer Competitive
Benefits
Apply on-line
www.sprouts.com
Or email a resume to:
apply4jobs@sprouts.com
EOE
VCS234753
RETAIL SALES paint
store in Ojai - Ventura,
F/T, clean-cut, clean
DMV, own transporta-
tion. Friendly, willing to
learn. Color mixing a +.
Call Doug 805-646-0459
VCS234741
Sales
INSIDE SALES
Newbury Park, CA
Upselling *Good Oppty 4
Excellent Sales People.
Send resume to
Ronit@zakencorp.com or
fax 805-262-6080
VCS234221
SALES/
MERCHANDISER
Int’l beverage brands,
seeks F/T Sales Rep for
Ventura, Camarillo. Ap-
ply GBLDistributing.com
or pick up application at
5390 Overpass Rd., Santa
Barbara CA 93111
(805) 964-2571 ext 201
VCS234475
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
Part Time 12 ECE units
& exp req’d. 805/485-4866
VCS234821
Teacher/Tutors
$16-$22/hour
Our Place is looking for
Tutors or College grads in
Oxn to tutor K-12. P/T, flex
hrs. Min AA degree. Call
951-738-1214 or email
bob@ourplacetutoring.com
VCS234691
DELIVERY/
PICK UP DRIVER
of Medical Equipment
Basic repair skills needed
Hazmat a +. Cust. Service
Fax Resume to 805-494-4454
VCS234337
540
Help Wanted
Warehouse Workers
Needed for fast paced
distribution company.
8:30am - 5:00pm M-F.
Start salary $9.50/hr +
Medical.
Fax Resumes attn:
Urania 866/908-2900
Email resumes to:
urania@revolution
eyewear.com
VCS233759
Rentals
600-683
605
Apartments
Furnished
SOMIS ESTATE Studio/Suite
N/S/P. Utils, cable, DSL,
maid & lndry svc incl $1095
805-444-4461 VCS233740
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
CAM 2+1.5
Move In Special
1 MONTH FREE!
Lovely spacious townhome
Attached 2 car gar. Tennis,
Playground, pool & spa.
805-482-1682 VCS233040
CAMARILLO
1, 2, 3 bdrm
Townhome Apts
Close to public
transportation, easy
freeway access, close to
shopping & outlet malls.
750 Mobil Ave, Cam
Call for Move-in
Specials. Friendly
on-site staff.
805-482-8800
www.villapalazzoapts.com
VCS232174
Find new&used cars.
CAM
BIG APTS
Small Prices
Lg 2 bdrms start @ $1250.
Pool, carport, lndry rm.
First Month Free - OAC
Hacienda Apts
831 Paseo Camarillo
805-987-6146 VCS234358
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
CAM
One Of These Is
Just Right For You
• 2 bedroom, FREE cable
• 1 bedroom remodeled
$1000 off
Call for details
450 & 520 Daily Dr
Shopping & Dining just
across the street.
1750 Ventura Blvd
Stroll to Old Town
TELDON 484-3885
VCS232306
FILLMORE Adult 55+
$300 move-in special 1br,
a/c, all utils pd, except elec.
From $745-$795 HUD/PET
OK Call 805-642-9527 or
805-524-4124 VCS234767
NEWBURY PARK
CASA OAKS APTS
Spacious Studios,
1 & 2 Bedrooms.
Custom paint &
carpet, fireplaces,
balcony, pool,
laundry facility.
Dogs welcome.
Waived pet dep.
$30 application fee
App fee will be
applied to 1st month
rent
2 Weeks FREE For
Studios MI by
3/31/10
2088 W Hillcrest Dr
888.201.4050
VCS232987
OJAI
Mira Monte Apts
Beautiful location spacious
units, pool. 805-649-9800
VCS232321
OJAI STUDIO $800mo+sec,
water & trash pd, no pets.
805-648-2021 or 805-640-8741
VCS234382
OXN 1+1 $900, Studio $775
2+1 $1095 Shores, 1 block
from beach! Toni, Bkr
805-984-3613 VCS234402
OXN 2+1 $1195 North end
Spotless, gated, garage with
remote. All applcs. Some
utils. N/S/P 805-452-1691
or 805-272-5235 VCS234208
OXN 2+1.5, gar, lndry, wtr
pd, no pets. $1,100. Coast
Prop Mgmt 805-483-1178
VCS233380
OXN 2 Bedroom
1 bath from $1125!
2 bath $1175!
Beautiful grounds!
Heating paid.
See us before you rent!
805-485-5877 VCS233643
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Call 800221STAR7827
Oxnard 2 bedroom
Stop! See us first!
Spacious. Frig included.
North end convenient to
fwy. From $1095.
Parkwood Gardens
805-983-1201 VCS233647
Oxnard Beach
Channel Island
Village Apts
Studio $825
1+1 $950
2+1 $1250
Spacious floor plans,
heated indoor pool &
spa tennis ct & gym.
Only $500 dep!!
No Application Fees
3650 Ketch Ave
(805)984-5880
VCS234210
OXNARD
CROSSROADS
INVESTMENTS
300 Esplanade Dr
Suite 580
805-485-4040
North Oxnard
2+1 with balcony, carport,
near school/park $1000
2+1.5 with large balcony,
carport, near school/park
$1100
VCS232582
OXNARD
DEL CIERVO
APARTMENTS
Move - In
Specials!
Low Deposits
OAC
1 & 2 Bedrooms
• Beautiful Grounds
• BBQ Area
• Pool and Jacuzzi
• Tennis Courts
• Close to Shopping
• Cats OK
1905 N. H St.
805-981-4341
VCS234792
OXNARD GREAT
MOVE IN SPECIALS!
Renovated 1, 2, 3 bedrm
apartments avail at
Rancho Solana Apts
805-485-1208 VCS234490
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Oxnard
Monterey Villas
Apartments
• 2 Bedroom Townhouses
• Washer/Dryer every unit
• Dogs & Cats Welcome
(Breed Restrictions Apply)
• Large Private Patios
Townhouses
Starting at $1,465
Lines are open 24/7
866-291-3218
VCS234562
$$$$ OXN $$$$
Bad Economy?
WE’D LIKE
TO HELP!
HUGE Good
Tenant DISCOUNT!
Live in our beautiful
complex. 1 & 2 bedrooms,
2 baths w/garages, pool
& spa. Each unit w/washer,
dryer hookps. No pets
Villa Marina Apts
1320 S. Victoria Ave
805-985-0644 VCS232865
Oxn
BEACH APTS
Oxnard Shores
Steps from beach, gated
community, granite
counter tops. 805-984-2362
VCS232320
OXN
BINGO
Everybody’s a winner at
Seawind Senior Apts
1BR $905, $99 sec dep. oac
Elevators, gated, gar prkg
No pets. Section 8 OK.
Join us for Bingo!
Mondays 5pm.
FREE Bingo ask how.
4450 S. Saviers Rd
805-986-8411 VCS234357
OXN JUNIOR 1+1 $825mo
Pacific Point Apts
1001 Gonzales Rd 805-485-1078
Mon 7:30a-5p, Sat 9a-5p
VCS232842
OXN Large 1 bedroom apt.
Seperate dining rm & garage
$900+$900sec. No pets.
805-207-9797 VCS234875
Find a home.
OXN Mandalay Shores 1+1
& 2+1, 1 block from beach,
new carpet & paint. Garage.
Available April. 805-644-4131
VCS233386
OXN N. 2+1 clean & quiet,
garage,laundry $1100+dep.
No App Fee. No pets.
1251 N. G St #103. VCS233601
Oxn N. Studio $675, large 1
bedroom $825+dep. N/P,
garage,lndry.1315 Devonshire
Drive. 805-701-8226
VCS232601
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
OXN
Palm Circle Apartments!
300 N. G St.
2 + 1 $1,050
Water, Trash, Pool, Cp,
& Laundry Room
COPM 805-200-8651
VCS232363
OXN Silverstrand Beach
2+1, block from beach. Incls
refrig & w/d. $1375mo+utils.
805-704-8045 VCS234910
OXN (South)
Garden Apts
Open Sun 2-4pm
Wkdys 10-5:30pm
Appointments Available
3+2+FP+
walk-in closet $1499/mo.
2+2 $1199.
Huge apartment, bright,
lots of windows &
closets. Family living.
Ready to move-in. N/P.
805-701-8317
VCS232897
PORT HUENEME
1 bedroom/from $925
Pool/Spa
Gated Parking
Across from CBC
Park Madera Apts.
805-984-4062
Ch. Islands Blvd.W of Vta Rd
VCS233642
PT HUE 1br apt, garage,
pool, most utils $845+$500
dep.No pets. 805-483-8301 or
805-488-2131 VCS234730
SANTA PAULA Clean 2+1
Triplex, no smoke, middle
unit, many cabinets, w/t/s
& gas pd. W/D Avail. $1100
+dep. Credit check reqd
805-525-3437 VCS234424
SIMI 1br $950, 2br $1150+
Gated, Garden Building,
Pool, A/C. No pets
805-520-9486 VCS234452
SIMI GATED COMMUNITY
3+2 & 2+2. Pool, spa, f/p, &
tennis court. Baywood Apts
805-581-9052 VCS234425
Sell
yourcar.
Createyour ownadonline
at VCSWHEELS.com
WANTED: Buyers and sellers.
classifieds
Lighthouse
To advertise
(800) 221-7827
T.O. 2+1 in Oak Knoll Villas
a 55+ Comm with car port,
elevator, community pool,
spa, laundry room, basic
cable & trash, pets OK.
805-982-0499 VCS233723
T.O. Granada Gardens
3+2 $1595 + dep
2+2 $1395-$1495+dep.
1+1 $1145-$1170+dep.
Move-In Special. No
Dogs or Cats. 805-492-2113
VCS234042
T.O. Move-in special
half off 1st month
2br small quiet complex
w/pool. No pets $1250/mo
+$600 dep. 805-495-6133
VCS232584
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All advertised prices exclude government fees and taxes, any nance charges, any dealer document preparation charge, and any emission testing charge. Prices good through Sunday. All items subject to credit approval and prior sale. Sale prices exclude leases.
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609
Apartments
Unfurnished
T.O.Spacious 1 & 2
Bedrooms
Pool, covered parking
& laundry room.
Easy Fwy Access
*First Month Free
on approved credit*
Sorry, no pets
Mon-Sat 9am-5pm
or by appt
(805)495-5520
223 Erbes Rd #101
VCS232999
Find new&used cars.
Call 800221STAR7827
Carnews,
research&
resources.
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Ventura 1 Bedroom
Visit us to see the
difference!
Ventura Del Sol
6250 Telegraph Rd.
805-656-0236
aptlifestyles.com
VCS233648
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VENTURA
2 & 3 Bedrooms
675 Providence Ave
CALL FOR
PRICING
866-964-9019
OPEN DAILY
9am-6pm
PET FRIENDLY!
VCS232356
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
Ventura - East
Rent Too High?
-- A CHOICE --
CITRUS GLEN
GAS & WATER PAID
805-647-6755
Call, We Answer!
VCS234608
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
VENTURA
STUDIO $850 1br apt $950
Near college. No smoke/pets.
805-890-2142 VCS234950
Find
newcars,
usedcarsand
dealers.
VENTURA STUDIO
Real Appliances!
Larger than you expect!
Only $795! Don’t wait!
805-642-4760 VCS233644
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA
*Move in Specials*
VTA STUDIO
Must See Lg upstairs unit,
Xlnt location,Most util
Paid. 215 Wesley Ave.
Available soon $895/mo
VTA Studio
xtra clean, gar, most utils
pd, Must see $895/mo
OXN 1+1
Lg Apt, Near school,
shopping, park $875/mo
Buena Properties.
(805)658-2531
VCS233204
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA
*Move in Specials*
1+1 Beach Apt
xtra clean, Must see $1000
VTA 1+1
Downtown, large unit
Avail Now. $875
VTA 4+1
Downtown, Yard, lg kitch
w/d hkups, Unique $1450
Buena Properties.
(805)658-2531
VCS233203
VTA 1+1
Beach Apt.
Must See, Clean, Carport
Avail now $1000 mo
Call Now 658-2531
VCS232729
VTA 1+1 clean-quiet $950
Large.Best in Town! No pets
no smoke. Open Sat & Sun
11-4pm 1255 E. Santa Clara
VCS232426
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA 1+1 Completely
Renovated. Laundry on
site. Trash & water paid
$950 N/S/P 1159 Meta St.
Kathy 805-746-1793
VCS233454
VTA 1+1, garden setting,
pool, lndry room, garage.
805-644-4131 VCS233871
VTA 1+1 Ocean View, clean,
quiet $1100/mo. No smoke
no pets. Open Sat & Sun 11-4
1253 E. Santa Clara St
VCS233434
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
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VTA 2+1.5 –Close to Beach
@ 5400 Driftwood Twnhouse
style New paint, carpet,
Garage $1,325 + Dep-OAC.
No P/SM. Central Coast
389-6803 VCS234138
VTA 2+1 Best Deal in Town
$1075 New paint, Pergo
flring, parkng, trsh, lndry
(805) 643-3419 or 643-5834
132 Kellogg VCS233122

VTA 2+1 new paint
& cpt, clean, hkups,
gar. $1250 No pets.
536 Seaward
(805)647-9870 VCS233877
VTA 2+2@ 1267 E. Meta
New crpt/paint, garage &
carport S/W/T pd, close to
beach/dwntwn $1,250+Dep
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Coast 389-6803 VCS234127
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Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA
2 Bedroom
Blowout
$1425
Telephone & Victoria
$299 Deposit!*
CALL TODAY!
(805) 656-5800
www.towbes.com
*OAC VCS232571
VTA 2br 2ba x-Lg units w/all
appliances, close to shop-
ping $1250. Some units
avail for handicapped &/or
seniors. (805) 658-7453
VCS233069
VTA BEACH 1+1 Carport,
blinds, crpt, appls, wtr/trsh
incl $1050. 1142 Pittsfield
805-648-1154; 805-368-2337
VCS233140
VTA
Call About Our Awesome
Move In Specials! Oac
1+1 $875 - $900
2+1.5 $1,175
Water/Trash Pd, Carport
Onsite Laundry, Pool
COPM 805-659-2258
VCS233162
VTA CASITAS SPRINGS
1 bdrm nice, clean, quiet
most utils pd, stove, refrig,
no smoke $800 805-649-3705
805-794-0919 VCS234864
VTA E. 1+1 Clean, quiet,
upgraded $900 & 2+1.5 town-
house style apt $1325 N/S.
805-647-8411 VCS233610
VTA LG 2+1, $1395 incls all
utils. Pleasant surroundings.
Access to transit/shopping &
restaurants. 805-642-3000
VCS234754
Vta Mid 1+1’s near beach
& mall, sunny, clean
$950 Channel Dr, w/t paid.
$925 Jordan Ave, w/d, d/w,
ocean view. $1,250 2+1.5
Channel Dr Townhouse
805-653-7711 VCS233732
VTA MIDTOWN
1 Bedrooms from $995.
Free Utils, Indoor cat ok.
Call for appointment.
805-653-0809 VCS232305
VTA Montalvo
2+1 clean unit. Call
805-320-4554 VCS234038
VTA
Monte Vista Townhomes
Spacious units, Pool & Spa,
gated community, freeway
access. 805-647-1730
VCS232318
VTA Nice Modern 2br Apt.
All utilities included except
electric. No pets. $1,000mo.
805-658-0567 VCS234840
609
Apartments
Unfurnished
VTA Studio 1209 E. Main
S/W/T/G/E Paid! Near down-
town/shopping $695+Dep-
OAC No P/SM Central Coast
805-389-6803 VCS234142
VTA STUDIO
Must See Lg upstairs unit,
Xlnt location,Most util
Paid. 215 Wesley Ave.
Available soon $895/mo
805-658-2531 VCS232730
VTA
TUSCANIA APTS
1+1 Views! Walk to beach
and shops. FREE WiFi
access. 805-652-1985
VCS234309
VTA VILLA BOCCALI APTS
Quiet, cottage like 2+1.
FP, enclosed, patio with
carport. W/D facilities, close
to mall & hospital. Smoke
Free Rentals. No dogs.
Manager’s Special!!
1st Month $600+sec and rent
adjust to $1,200 on 2nd month
By appointment only!
Manager (805)642-1316
VCS234568
611
Beach & Vacation
Rentals
SILVER STRAND 4+1, new-
ly remodeled, $1800 +sec.
562-234-0372 VCS234023
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
AGOURA Lakeview Villas
Large loft/bdrm +1.5ba
2 story twnhm. Surrounded
by woods,waterfall,Koi pond,
pool/spa, very pvt. Must See!
Furnished/Unfurnished $1,650
818-889-4491 VCS233921
CAM 1 Month FREE Rent
2+2, dishwasher, w/d hkups,
garage, pool, jacuzzi.
$1600/mo. 805-986-4223
VCS233840
CAM 2+2 w/Golf View 55+
Leisure Vlg, 1200sf, formal
dining, new cntrl heat/ac,
cvrd patio, gated/sec.Avail
4-1 $1625 wtr/trsh/grdnr/cbl
pd 805-987-8305 VCS233721
Camarillo
Condo Nice 2br2ba
$1400/mo. Avail now.
Small backyard, 2 car car-
port. Great location.
Call for appt 805-822-4423
VCS234591
CAMARILLO Spacious
Townhome Apartment.
Call for price 805-482-8800
www.villapalazzoapts.com
VCS232175
CAMARILLO Spacious
Townhome Apartment.
Call for price 805-482-8800
www.villapalazzoapts.com
VCS232896
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
CAM LEISURE VILLAGE
Home for lease 2+2, garage,
cable,water, gardener, trash,
many community amenities
pool, golf & more! Approx
1,200 sf. 24/7 gated security.
Age 55+. $1525/mo. Available
Mid April. 310-456-2740
VCS234701
CAM Palm Colony Gated
Complex w/pool/spa, Rec
Bldg. 3+2.5, Mstr Suite
w/walk-in closet, f/p,
2 car garage, appliances
incl. Trash pd $1995/mo
Call Nancy Boswell
805-648-9900 VCS233388
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Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
HOUSES
VTA 3+1 midtown, new
crpt/paint, w/d/frig $1550
VTA 5+3.5 Santa Rosa
Walk,former model $2700
VTA 3+3.5 Ondulando w/
unobstructed views $3250
CAM 4+2.5 nr school/shops
Lg bckyd/cvr patio $1950
CONDOS/APTS
VTA 3+2.5 newer constr,
w/d/frig. Pool/spa $1950
VTA 2+1 upstairs midtown
view lndry, carport $1195
VTA 2+1 Mckeon penthse
all upstairs over garages
Nr park & school $1075
VTA 3+2 Bella Vista
condo, wood flrs, 1 car
garage, Sr comm $1950
VTA E. end 2+1.75 duplex,
granite kitch, 2 car $1500
VTA 2+1 McKeon front
unit, all downstairs $1250
OXN 2+2 upstairs, att gar.
Pool/spa/play area $1450
PT Hue 2+2 Hueneme Bay
55+ comm w/golf course
& pool, lg liv rm/fp $1400
PT HUE 4+3 w/loft, sml
backyd. w/d/refrig. $1900
PT HUE 2+1 duplex near
pier & base. New tiled
bathrm. $1200
PT HUE 3+2.5 Las Palo-
mas w/d/frig, 2 car $1700
All properties are no pets,
no smoke, 1 year lease
805-650-2500
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VCS234082
Online Classieds. Buy or Sell.
vcstar.com/ads
OXN 1 bdrm 1 ba. Harbor,
ocean views, many extras.
$1300 805-551-7808
VCS234803
OXN 2+2 $1525 Half off 1st
months rent! Avail now,
f/p, 2 car garage, wash-
er/ dryer hkups, pool,
spa, $1525/mo+dep.
Las Brisas condo.
2007 Blackberry Cir.
Call 210-787-0712
dplourde659@aol.com
VCS233483
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
OXN 3+2 gated, f/p, garage,
lndry hkups, pool, no pets.
$1500+dep.Coast Prop Mgmt
805-483-1178 VCS233470
OXN 3+2½ only 1 year old!
Riverpark townhse, 2 car
gar, a/c, refrig, w/d, gran-
ite $1800+dep 818-437-4303
VCS234269
OXNARD SHORES 2+2.5
jacuzzi, f/p, loft, 1 car gar.
$1700/mo. 323-971-2387 or
323-359-8709 VCS232914
PT HUE 1 bdrm condo with
den, on pool. 1 block to beach
Newer paint/carpet, wshr &
dryer.805-312-2521 VCS233586
PT HUE 2+1 front unit, near
beach, refrig, 1 car gar
very clean. Sec 8 ok $1000
805-985-2257 VCS233245
PT HUE 2+1 new carpet,
gar, pool, N/P.$995+$995dep.
Coast Prop Mgmt
805-483-1178 VCS232628
PT HUE 55 Comm 3+2 with
hobby rm, new flrs and applc
incls refrig, $1400+dep N/S
818-667-7225 VCS232889
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
SIMI 3+2.5 sharp &
spacious, new carpet & paint,
2 car gar, w/d, pool, spa &
much more. $1,625/mo.
SARALEI REALTY
805-529-5853 VCS233784
T.O. 2+2 Single story, corner
unit, quiet/pvt veranda. 55+
comm, new flooring.$1620mo.
805-630-3283 VCS232353
T.O. 3+1.5 TOWNHOME
New tile, carpet & paint. A/C
pool, 2 carport. $1,650mo.
805-300-1406 VCS232589
T.O. 3+2.5 Two Story
xlnt loc, new carpet/paint &
upgrades, laundry room, pvt
patio, oversized single car
gar w/att carport. $1,800.
808-828-1522 or 310-804-8929
VCS233932
T.O. 55+ Adult comm, beau-
tiful 2+2, w/d, fp, micro
vault ceil, view. $1500
818-888-9851 VCS234692
VTA 2br penthouse condo,
upstairs, 1ba, 2 vanity, by
beach, park & fwy. Keys
area. $1350+utils $600 sec
805-815-6484 VCS233659
617
Condos/Townhomes
Unfurnished
VTA 3+2 Peppertree
Condo. $1,385+dep.
1300 Saratoga.
805-284-4945 VCS232764
VTA E. 3+1.5 new carpet &
paint, new appliances,
wood floors downstairs,
flower field views, att gar-
age, lndry area, sml patio,
$1700 incl wtrtrash/sewer
Mims Management
805-477-4388 VCS232630
VTA McKeon Condo/2+1,
nice remodel, tile/crpt, d/w,
encl gar, pool/spa $1350+dep
805-659-1939 VCS234278
VTA Near Ventura Mall. 2
br, 2 ba, pets ok, refrig,
$1450 805-701-1697
VCS234544
WLV 2+1+2 car attached
gar/laundry +direct access
into unit. $1650/mo +sec
dep 805-492-3659 VCS234250
WLV 2+2 Remodeled $1900
Gorgeous w/2 car gar, patio,
f/p, wtr/trsh pd. Xlnt loc.
(818)707-7633 (818)707-3858
VCS233928
621
Duplexes
Unfurnished
CARPINTERIA 2+1 - $1,800
N/S/P, in walking distance to
everything. For info email:
laureljojo@yahoo.com
VCS233982
OXNARD DUNES 4+2
1 block to beach, 2 car gar,
f/p, granite, Travertine.
Lease $1,985. 805-760-4952
VCS234725
STA PAULA 1+1 Nice area
yd, wshr/sewer/trsh pd,grdnr
incl. $925+sec. N/S/P. Kim
805-643-1288 VCS232824
VTA 1+1 $795+dep
MOVE-IN SPECIAL!
332 El Medio Available now
805-641-0659 VCS234058
Find a home.
vcshomes.com
VTA 1+1+den utils pd $1165
+$500 1yr lse. frig/stove, crpt
pvt patio. 45 San Clemente
ns/p 805-648-4658 VCS233349
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(800) 221-7827
VTA 2+1 MIDTOWN - gar,
spotless, W/D hkups, N/P/S.
$1,350 lease+dep. Avail 4/1.
805-654-1314 VCS233870
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Houses Furnished
VTA E. 2+2 Interim Rental
Avail 5/1-9/30. Pool. Incls all
util+grdnr/pool serv. N/S/P.
$2000mo+$3000sec. Oak
Street Property Shoppe
805-643-1288 VCS232827
627
Houses Unfurnished
CAM 2+2, 2924 Dwight
1,500sf, lrg bkyd, pet ok, nice
area. $1795+$1000dep.
805-479-6198 VCS232882
CAM 3+2.5 Mission Oaks,
over 2000sf, lg corner lot,
new paint & crpt, laminate
flrs, 2 f/p’s, beautifully
landscaped! $2350 Avail
now. Mims Management
805-477-4388 VCS233469
CAM 3+2+more! Xlnt cond,
very clean, beautiful, lg
hm, fresh paint, good area
near shops/schools, grdnr
incl $2100+dep 805-983-2873
or 805-402-8480 VCS234920
CAM 3+2, new paint, 2 car
garage, near comm ctr
$2050/mo+ dep Avail 4-15
805-302-2083 VCS234067
CAM HTS 2+1 Avail now.
N/P/D. Show by appt.
$1250+dep, incl trash & wa-
ter 32 Lemon Dr.
805-987-7196 VCS232711
CAM Mission Oaks, View,
4+3, 2 story, A/C, gardnr,
3 car gar, f/p, walk to
schools, trails $2650
310-293-1998 VCS233467
CAM RENT TO OWN! 5+4.5
with office. 3 car garage,
pool, spa, 5000 sq ft.
1.13 acre lot. $8600/mo
805-889-0923 VCS232319
MEINERS OAKS 2+1, lg
kitch, lndry rm, cedar
lined closets, appliances,
storage shed, wtr pd,
n/s/pets. $1050 805-646-5944
VCS234417
MRPK SPACIOUS 3+2.5 a/c
cul-de-sac, comm pool/spa,
large yard, $2,595+sec. 4476
Terracemeadow. 805-277-9062
VCS234796
Newbury Park
Executive style homes for
rent in Dos Vientos. 3000+ sq
ft. $5k+ p/mo, 2 yr lease.
Tony 877-374-7070
VCS234664
NP 2+1 RUSTIC COTTAGE
newly remodeled, gar, patio,
pet ok $1800 Ventu Park
805-304-6040 VCS234301
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FLOORS, POOL, SPA,
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818-257-2190
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VCS234064
OJAI, 2+1.75, no dogs, A/C,
garage, lease O.K., 209 E.
Eucalyptus. $1,620+sec.
805-649-9412 VCS233654
627
Houses Unfurnished
OXN 2+1 newly remodeled,
laundry hookups, 3724 Santa
Clara in Nyeland Acres.
$1,150+dep. 805-407-8253 or
805-648-1517 VCS234799
OXN 3+1+2 car garage,
remodeled kitch, new crpt,
lg front/back yds, nr schools
& 5 Pts. $1575+dep Sec 8
ok. 805-653-6350 VCS232958
OXN 3+1 completely
remodeled w/appliances,
near Oxnard Autorium. $1600
Lease w/option to buy. call
for details. 805-208-9740
VCS234134
OXN 3+2+ 2 car garage
next to River Park $1900
805-509-6204 or 509-9810 or
320-1664 VCS234979
OXN 5+3 walk to beach.
Garage, newly upgraded,
patio, built-in appls. $2,950.
N/P.805-499-7399 VCS234885
OXNARD $2500
4 BR, 3 BA 3 Gar, 2 story,
2400 sq ft, 1890 Socorro
Way, across from hosp,
$2500/mo +$2500 dep.
Available now. 805-443-2289
No Pets VCS234257
Oxnard Seabridge Like
New 4+4 on Water w/45’
boat dock. 3,574 SF gour-
met kitch, loft, enormous
Master w/retreat & huge
closet, amazing channel
views. Incl HOA Pool,
Spa, Gym, gardener. N/S
Pets OK w/approval.
$3800/mo 1 year min
310-422-7304 VCS234912
OXN SHORES 3+2+DEN,
by the beach. $2100/mo
+ dep. 805- 525-9524 or
805-377-0013 VCS233504
OXN Spacious 3br home, lg
family rm, f/p, 2 car, hdwd
flrs, lg yd $1800 310-218-7233
Pets ok VCS234356
PT HUE 4+2.5 Completely
New granite tile throughout,
2 car gar.$2200+dep. Close to
Navy Base. Call 9:30a-8:30p
805-483-6840 VCS232392
PT HUE Month to month,
4+2, avail now, $1900 +
half sec. 805-207-5894
VCS234868
Simi 3+2 POOL HOME
2000sf $2395/month
3+2 one story, $1995/month
Gina at Troop Mgmt
805-300-3883 VCS232331
SIMI 4+2.5+pool, a/c, f/p,
clean. Grdnr/pool svc incl
$2295 Westcoast Mgmt
805-522-0060 VCS232424
SIMI 4+2 new paint/crpt/flrs
f/p, a/c, lg yd area, fruit
trees, good nieghbrhd. $2190.
805-304-5998 VCS233938
SIMI Attractive 3+2, new
paint/windows, great loca-
tion. $1685 805-444-2030
VCS234343
STA PAULA Nice 3+2
Great yd w/fruit trees. Incls
w/s/t & grdnr. N/S/P.$1300+
sec. Oak Street Property
Shoppe 805-643-1288
VCS232825
627
Houses Unfurnished
T.O. 2+1 Guest Apt/House,
near Oaks Mall, utils,
internet, cbl tv, lndry & lg
storage incl $1300/mo
805-341-4624 VCS234327
T.O. 3+1 new carpet & paint,
large fenced yd, patio,
cul de sac. $1,895/mo.
818-706-1010 VCS234381
T.O. 3+2, family rm, new
paint, f/p, lg yd, gar, avail
now. N/S. Gardener, $2100
+dep. 805-300-4802; 807-0636
VCS232547
T.O. 3+2 WILDWOOD on a
cul-de-sac, in quiet loc, near
schools & park. $2,150+dep.
805-493-1049 VCS234613
T.O. 4+2 Clean house & quiet
street. Avail mid March.
Pets? $2,150/mo+dep.
805-498-9880 VCS233746
T.O. 4 bdrms, 2 ba, newly re-
modeled kitch, wood flr, 2
car garage Call
661-251-2667 VCS234599
T.O. Guest house Studio w/fp
and sm kitch $1100/mo incl
utilities +dep, year lease
805-795-3802 VCS233590
VENTURA W. Side 2+1, 1
car gar. Lndry rm. $1500
Dog O.K. Avail. 4/15. Call/
Text Dan, Bkr 805/895-1709
dan@suncoastrealestate.com
114 W Harrison VCS233745
Vta 1+1 ALL UTILS PAID
Modern/bright Cottage safe
quiet, pvt yard/patio $1075
N/S/P 643-9798 VCS234406
VTA 2+1 Casitas Springs
w/garage, clean, $1400/mo
805-644-5685 or 207-4326
VCS234787
VTA 2+1 MIDTOWN
ALL UTILS PAID! $1425
+dep. 57 N. Kalorama
805-402-1761 VCS234762
VTA 3+2 newer carpet,
paint, f/p, double master,
huge lot & barranca, $1995
805-552-7135 VCS234028
VTA E. 3+2+gar, fenced,
gazebo. 11378 Nardo in
Saticoy. $1,350. 805-648-3498
928-530-9628 VCS233946
VTA E 3+2+gar, fenced yd,
new kitch $1895 Vta W 2+1
+gar, fenced, hdwd flr $1495
805-646-0300 VCS234173
VTA E. LOVELY 3+2.5,
bonus rm, 2 car gar, great
neighborhood,wtr/trash/grdnr
incl. N/S/P. $2200/mo+sec.
800-887-4972 VCS234008
VTA W. 1br+utility/office.
Ocean view Pvt Guest Hse,
yd, deck, xtras. $1450 utils
pd 805-701-0007 VCS234104

Westlake Golf
Course Home
$2600/mo Renaissance in
Westlake 3/2.5, 1502sf.
Adjacent to golf course, view
and access. 818-564-9199 or
visit 30802.geniepod.com
VCS234153
WLV 3+2 beautiful loc on
main channel, boat, com
pool $2850 Refs reqd
805-497-8557 or 446-2720
wknds/eves VCS233460
677
Rooms For Rent
CAM Furnished $625 util incl
house privs, clean and quiet,
new paint, refs, n/s/pets.
805-660-2555 VCS233011
CAM Furnished room + pvt
bath, N/S/D, close to college,
house privs. $650+dep.
805-987-2387 VCS234380
CAM Furnished, utils incld.
$310 bi-weekly, tv, refrig,
micro in rm. Near B of A &
CVS on Santa Rosa Rd.
805-857-0310 VCS234361
CAM furn rm $600 pvt entry,
no pet. Good loc 1 mi from
college. N/S/D. 805-388-5027
or 805-982-0899 VCS234471
CAM Horse Prop Sta Rosa
Vly Completely pvt rm/ba
w/pvt entry sep from main
house $700 rm for 2 horses
805-491-3046 VCS233448
CAM share nice, super clean
townhouse w/Fireman, patio,
yard, n/s/p. $700+1/3 utils.
Avail 4/1/10. 805-402-8852
VCS233561
Oxn. 2 seperate rms,shared
bath, util pd, $400 one per-
son, $600 two people.
805-507-2272 VCS234974
OXN 3 rooms, walk to Oxn
college, w/d privs, big and
clean house $550/mo NS/D/P
310-938-6700 VCS234557
OXNARD Private Gated
Community, Close to Navy
Base, Furn Room, Full
Privs, Cbl/WIFI/Internet
$600 Mo, $300 Dep Incl utils
805 228-8164. VCS233137
OXN Furnished room DSL
& Sat, full privs, share bath,
$650/mo+$350 dep, incl
utils 805-236-0276 VCS233102
OXN Gated comm furnished
room, all amenities avail,
$800+$400dep.Pvt bdrm & ba
805-876-3499 VCS234540
OXN N. Private home, furn
rm $500+dep, shared bath,
patio, pool, cable, w/d, utils
incl. 805-278-9851 VCS233806
OXN room furn/unfurn
$600mo pvt bath, kitch, liv
rm. Near base. Free utils.
dig tv, free calls state to
state, WiFi. Free lndry
(w/d), drivewy pkng. Gar-
age/storage. Avail May 1st
805-216-2975 VCS234843
OXN S. Master + 3 bdrm,
$500-$750. Utils pd. Sec req,
No smoking, no pets
805-981-4240 or 805-407-3055
VCS234906
OXN W. 1 block to Marina,
maid-quiet, WiFi, utils incl
$650. 805-444-6888 or
805-985-0319 VCS234037
PT HUE Condo to share
w/2 mature men, 3+2
newly remodeled kitch
floors & carpeting, wash-
er/dryer in unit, semi
furnished, outdoor patio,
close to beach, shopping
& park. $500+sec &
shared utils. 805-754-1047
805-302-7680 VCS233621
PT HUE rm 1 mile to beach
near base $580 incl utils
laundry & kitchen privs.
N/S 805-559-2893 VCS234252
677
Rooms For Rent
SIMI Lovely pvt furn
(or not) CHOICE RESID
AREA prem cbl, net, frig
AC, no s/p/d. NICE $590
805-577-9268 VCS234752
T.O. 1st Story Room
w/fridge $525+utils, extras
available. 805-492-5969
VCS234055
T.O. Corner bedroom,central
air, kitch/lndry privs, utils
incld. $650+dep. N/S/P/D.
805-551-7905 VCS233800
T.O. Furn Room/Own Bath,
hse privs. No smk/drk/drug
$560 utils incl 805-244-1410
or 805-796-0420 VCS232504
CALL
800221STAR7827
T.O. Small studio $800 Pvt
entry/bath/shower, Kitch/
Lndry priv. Util incl. No
S/D. 805-493-4986 VCS232406
Online Classieds. Buy or Sell.
vcstar.com/ads
677
Rooms For Rent
VENTURA, Only $150/week.
No deposit. $150/wk moves
you in. Room within large
beautiful home. Furnished
w/awesome, heated, large
waterbed w/12 drawers
underneath. Cat & Smoker
ok. 4:20 friendly. Your rent
must be paid @ $150/week
in advance. For 2 people
sharing, $219/week. Utils
Incl! WOW, why live any-
where else? 805-320-4834 for
immediate consideration.
Have references ready
VCS234294
Buildacar.
Findusedcars.
Findadealer.
Vta E Room quiet home, lg
yd, utils/cbl, kitch/lndry priv,
$615+dep, refs req N/S/P
(541)840-9142 VCS233033
677
Rooms For Rent
Find
newcars,
usedcarsand
dealers.
VTA E. TROPICAL YARD
Koi Pond, Waterfall &
Firepit. Game Room W/
Pool Table, Dart Board
& 2 tv’s. Large Kitchen
With New Appliances.
Living Room W/Fireplace
& 50” HD Sat TV. Includes
Full Priviledges, Wireless
DSL, Maid Service and
Utilities. $695+Deposit.
Available now. Call Steve
805-654-1276 or
310-463-2947 VCS232276
VTA Quiet, furnished near
Gov’t center. $625+dep.
Share bath, incl utils, lndry,
pool, N/S/D/P. 805-620-0641
VCS233614
Commercial
Real Estate
875-893
885
Commercial
Industrial Rent
CAMARILLO 675 to 4480sf
warehouse, office and
bathroom. No auto. Call
805-649-4857 VCS233457
Find new& used cars.
vcswheels.com
WANTED: Buyers and sellers.
classifieds
Lighthouse
To advertise
(800) 221-7827
CAM-OXN-NP-VTA
Industrial 1152 to 7920sf
from $.71/sf. No NNN/CAM
805-981-1361 VCS232931
OXN St Marys Dr, off
Vineyard near 101 Fwy
PRICE REDUCED!
An upstairs suite. 1,170sf at
$700/mo + Sec Dep.
Jacobson Realty, Inc.
805-389-4747 VCS234566
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Commercial
Industrial Rent
SIMI INDUSTRIAL
625, 1040, 1600, 2000, 2700sf
Erringer Plaza Store/Ofc
1100, 2200, 3300sf John
805-526-5260 VCS233663
T.O. 2 Small office units-no
retail & 3000sf Commercial
industrial space. Call TPC
760-247-6798 VCS232718
VTA 2646 PALMA DRIVE
1,140 & 1,340 sqft- warehouse
Bill @ 818.519.1653
Lourdes @ 805.236.0267
VCS234848
VTA 2646 PALMA DRIVE
200 - 500 sq ft - offices
Bill @ 818.519.1653
Lourdes @ 805.236.0267
VCS234849
WLV 1200, 1600, 4300 sf Office
& Warehouse Available.
Beautiful park. $1.05-$1.20
NNN. Janet 805-496-1304
VCS232343
887
Stores/Offices
Rent/Lease
1000sf, carpet, 4 Ofcs, rstrm,
great loc on Market in Vta
1st flr, ample parking, $769
805-340-4622 VCS233805
A GREAT
LOCATION! OLD
TOWN CAMARIILO
on Ventura Bl 2400sf and
1200sf great locations
Reduced to $1.75/sf
805-415-9972 VCS234324
A+ VTA Executive Suites
$295-$395 utils paid. 101 Fwy
& Victoria. For Info call
805-479-8284 VCS232767
Business Starter
S. Oxn 1 to 3 room offices
280-525sf Saviers Rd. Incl
utils. Mint Cond. Wall to
wall crpt, pvt patio, 1st
floor. $400/mo-$700
Rodgers Management
805-985-0044 VCS233714
CAMARILLO RETAIL
Santa Rosa Plaza
3400sf. Dave Press
310-553-6512 VCS232981
OXNARD & VENTURA
Bargain rent lowest in area.
Office, Medical, Retail.
Salon, Hair/Nails. Prime loc
805-379-3151 VCS232394
SIMI PROF’L OFFICE
Cochran/Sequoia
895-5638 sq ft
OXN INDUSTRIAL
Rice/101/Rose
1000-55,000 sq ft
805-604-0700
Sunbelt Enterprises
VCS232300
VTA - EXECUTIVE OFC
SUITES 413-440 sqft, marina
entrance, reasonable rents.
805-644-0941 VCS233592
Online garage sale map. Every Friday
vcstar.com/garagesales
Recreation
900-945
909
Boats
18.5’ GLASTRON ‘00
Bowrider, ski/pleasure, 4.3L
V6, Volvo eng, Penta. Only
51 hrs. Xlnt $8970. (cf3813ps)
805-526-0708 VCS233451
918
Campers/Trailers
11 feet, 4 inch Lance Camper
fully self contained, 3 way
refrig, bath/shower. $900obo.
805-640-1497 VCS234469
TOY HAULER 2005
26FT ATTITUDE
Fully loaded, xlnt cond,
new tires/batteries, tow
hitch and sway bars
included. Asking $14,200.
Call 805-218-4209
(1LC8579)
VCS233000
TOYOTA CAMPER SHELL
Fits ‘92 -’96, white, aluminum
like new. $600. 805-620-2969
VCS234489
922
RV Spaces for Rent
LIVE IN your RV or Trailer
$300/mo+utils. CD Trailer
/RV Park in Fillmore.
805-525-2062 VCS232239
SIMI 55+, 100 amps,
cable TV. 805-285-0138;
805-530-2409 VCS232561
SIMI VALLEY
Parking at
Private Home
for boat, wave runner or
camper. $125 per vehicle
per month.
805-579-0301
VCS233883
933
Motorcycles And
Equipment
HARLEY ELECTRA GLIDE
CLASSIC ‘99 full dress, twin
cam 88, 5 speed, 60k mi,
black, chrome, super clean.
$9,000obo. Lic# 14z9178.
805-208-8935 VCS233268
HARLEY FLHTCU ULTRA
CLASSIC ELECTRA GLIDE
‘07, Low Miles, Many Xtras,
Must See! $18,500. vin#686195.
805-339-9448 VCS233354
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
933
Motorcycles And
Equipment
HARLEY HERITAGE ‘06
Softail Classic, 15k miles,
V&H 2 into 1 Pro Pipes,
lockable saddle bags
$13,000 Pt Hue 757-515-1226
(390298)
YAMAHA V-STAR
2007, 1100 SILVERADO
CLASSIC.
Excellent condition, 3,468 mi,
black cherry color, custom
cables, $5,800. (19B2035)
(805) 492-2923
VCS233786
936
Motorhomes/RV
‘98 PLEASURE WAY 19ft,
van size motorhome. Fully
self contained with many
extras. Clean, runs perfectly,
87k all hwy miles, $19,500.
Lic #3XAL188. 805-682-4718
VCS234542
DOLPHIN LE34 ‘05
GM 8.1 Workhorse, Allison,
jacks, 2 slides-tv’s, maple &
nickel int, 3 cameras,
basement air, dbl ss frig,
5k mi, ext warr. $78,500.
(5NKN473) 805-402-9460
VCS234071
NATIONAL ‘01 37 ft, Cat 330
diesel. Like new. Only
17,000 miles. All leather.
New tires $60,000 Call
805-444-5259 VCS233473
Thor/Tahoe 21T 1999 toy
hauler sleeps 6 self con-
tained. Fiberglass, 5.5 Gen-
erator, AC, front
bathroom, larger kitchen
plan, outside speakers,
awning, dual propane
tanks. All the extras. Con-
verter needs to be fixed.
$7500, (1KZ4185)
805-218-4934 VCS234659
WINNEBAGO ‘32 BRAVE,
13,000 miles, 2001
$39,000 805-485-4588
(4SHX450) VCS234206
942
Off Road Vehicles
2001 KTM 520 EXC
Adult owned fast 4 stroke!
Many extras! $3000
(48F312) (805) 428-2835
VCS234259
KTM 2000 300 EXC
2 Stroke
Ride the best Enduro bike
available! Adult owned
and maintained. Many
extras. Simi Valley
(805) 428-2835 VCS234261
Search for available jobs.
vcstar.com/jobs
YAMAHA YFZ 450 ‘05,
Curtis sparks full exhaust,
Curtis sparks intake,
Renthal bars,houser steering
stem, trail tech flywheel &
stator, light bar with hids,
kill switch, dirt tires,
paddles and front razors,
$4,000 obo Lic # 54A87T
Call 805-212-2184 VCS234287
Transportation
950-998
962
Auto Parts &
Services
4 LOW PROFILE aluminum
chrome wheels and tires, for
15 inch wheels and rims, like
new. $250/set. 805-484-8740
VCS233978
968
Auto Under $1000
VCStar.com/garagesales
Online garage sale map.
Every Friday P.M.
HONDA CIVIC 1991, 2 door,
auto, runs like new, power
steering, 37mpg, $750.
#522109. 805-336-0262
VCS234005

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VCS233116
977
Auto For Sale
BUICK REGAL ‘94 V6, 68k
mi, 1 owner, always garaged
xlnt cond. $2,500. Lic#
805-264-4350 VCS234980
CADILLAC CTS/LUX ‘06
3.6L,custom whls,Bose stereo
snrf, 66k, $16,500obo. #124042.
805-415-5824 VCS234268
CHEVY Corvette ‘04
C5, metallic red, immacu-
late, 38k mi, many xtras,
$22,000 (5fvg164)
805-647-7310 VCS233111
Ford Taurus SHO ‘99
3.4 V8, CD Changer, All
Power, New Tires, Smogged,
153,000 Mi $4000 830-3605
(4FXC466) VCS233091
JAGUAR XJR 1999
SUPERCHARGER
White, low 18” profile tires,
98,000 mi, 8 cyl, 370HP
$16,399 (5jlr907)
805-987-3650 VERY FAST!
VCS234744
LEXUS ‘04 LS430 Leather,
full pwr w/dual pwrd heated
seats, 6 cd player changer,
premium sound, chrome
stock wheels, beautiful 1 of a
kind vehicle, always garaged
just serviced. 71k mi.
$21,000. Lic#6ee460.
805-312-2231 or 805-384-0378
VCS232461
LEXUS GS-300 ‘03
Silver/Grey Leather,
Chrome Wheels-CD Changer,
Beautiful - $13,000 (5DTX854)
805-416-6194 VCS234466
MERCEDES Benz ‘03
500SL Roadster, 11,589 miles
Auto, Loaded w/warranty
(5VSC301) $34,900 /OBO
805-339-0100
NEED TO SELL YOUR CAR
OR TRUCK? I will buy it, or
help you sell it, running or
not. Call Mike 818-745-1219
VCS234662
NEED TO SELL YOUR CAR
OR TRUCK? I will buy it, or
help you sell it, running or
not. Call Mike 818-745-1219
VCS232789
PONTIAC GRAND AM ‘93
71k mi, lthr seats, p/s, V6
auto, new tires, smogged,
recent svc $1900 805-642-7015
(615111) VCS233256
Pontiac Grand Am SE 2001,
all pwr, cd, 113K mi, very
clean inside & out , Xlnt
cond., $2990
(43vg618) 805-326-5555
VCS234858
TOYOTA ‘06 HIGHLANDER
HYBRID, 4 dr, 2 wd, V6,
auto, $23,999. Vin#015479.
805-407-3479
TOYOTA SEQUOIA 2007
SR5,SUV,24,440mi,remainder
of 7 yr 100k warranty.
$28,500obo. Lic#
805-415-8933 VCS234857
980
Classics/Antiques/
Specialty
AUSTIN HEALY, MG,
Jaguar XK, Triumph TR,
Porsche 356, early 911,
Wanted any year or cond.
415-227-0144 VCS234458
980
Classics/Antiques/
Specialty
CAD Brougham 1993
Triple black, CELEBRITY,
2 car phones, loaded. runs
xlnt, 69k miles $65,998/obo.
805-499-4956 (3CIB595)
VCS233339
JAGUAR 1949 thru 1973
XK120, 140, 150, E-type,
Mark II WANTED, any cond.
(415)566-5052 VCS232851
MERCEDES SL WANTED
or Cabriolet ‘54 thru ‘71
190SL, 230SL, 250SL, 280SL,
300SL, 220S/SE, 250SE,
280SE Convertible Any cond.
510-638-7221 VCS234572
WANTED:
Chevy Camaro, Dodge
Challenger or Charger,
Plymouth Roadrunner or
Cuda. ‘67-’72. Any condition
510-638-7221 VCS233774
WANTED: FORD
MUSTANG ‘64 Thru ‘68
Coupe, Conv, FB, any cond
510-568-5114 VCS232819
985
Sport Utility Vehicles
CHEVY TAHOE ‘99
C150 98k, 5.7L, PS, PB, AC.
Must sell, moving.
$4500 805-205-5915 or
805-760-4103 (451229)
VCS234461
986
Trucks For Sale
CHEVROLET SSR 2003
40k mi. Xlnt cond. Warr to
Feb ‘11. Clear title/smog.
Garaged. All dealer
servicing. $19k. #101352.
805-499-9857 VCS234062
CHEVY 3500 ‘92, 9’ flatbed,
71K, reg 2011, $2500
805-551-9854 (7C42819)
VCS234732
FORD F150 ‘75 LONG BED,
8 cyl, clean int, CD, runs
great $1500/obo (4V87685)
805-377-5836Alma VCS234476
FORD F350 ‘06 immaculate,
27,523 mi, loaded, leather,
tow, KBB $30K. Sell for
only $25,000 805-889-1788
(8F41674) VCS233427
FREIGHTLINER
ARGOSY 2001
Detroit motor, 2 axis, 477,000
miles, 22.5 tires, 10 gear
trans ,sleeper, ac/heat,
$20,000 obo
(9E09107) Call 805-524-1811
VCS232880
SUBARU BRAT ‘86 RARE
Pick-up, 94k orig miles,
great cond, no rust, with
camper shell, $2800 Pt Hue
757-515-1226 (49JHS9)
TOYOTA 4 RUNNER 1995
4 door, auto, a/c, new timing
belt, pwr wndws,many xtras.
$3,495obo. Lic#4RXM654.
805-320-6713 VCS234171
989
4x4 Vehicles
JEEP WRANGLER 05
Rare Patriot Blue Pearl,
6sp, 4.0L, Dana rear ax-
le,30”whl. grp, 7 spk.
stereo, 16,550mi, like new
$18k 492-5544 (32486)
VCS234587
995
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‘07 CHRYSLER
300 TOURING
Vin# 858678 SALE PRICE...
$
14,884
‘06 JEEP
GRAND CHEROKEE
Vin# 176690 SALE PRICE...
$
16,555
‘08 CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER
Vin# 219335 SALE PRICE...
$
20,999
‘07 LINCOLN
MKX
Vin# J12140 SALE PRICE...
$
28,222
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‘07TOYOTA
COROLLA LE Vin# 932990
SALE
PRICE
$
11,599
4-cyl,
FWD, A/C, CD,
Tilt, PDL, Auto
‘09TOYOTA
CAMRY LE Vin# 815666
SALE
PRICE
$
14,999
4-cyl 2.4L, Auto,
FWD, A/C, MP3/
CD, ABS
‘06TOYOTA
4RUNNER SR5 Vin# 053375
SALE
$
18,999
V6 4.0L, Alloys,
ABS, Moonroof,
MP3/CD, More
‘07TOYOTA
FJ CRUISER Vin# 007821
SALE
$
22,998
V6 4.0L, Stability
Ctl, ABS, Tow
Pkg, More
‘08TOYOTA
PRIUS H/BACKVin# 403264
SALE
PRICE
$
17,600
4-cyl, FWD, A/C,
PS, PW, MP3/
CD, More
‘06TOYOTA
RAV4 Vin# 004832
SALE
PRICE
$
18,999
4WD, V6 3.5L,
Tilt, Moonroof,
ABS, MP3/CD
Giant Certified Pre-Owned
‘06 FORD
EXPEDITION
Vin# A16452 SALE PRICE...
$
11,999
“Gold hits
Highest
Price Ever”
“Gold hits
Highest
Price Ever”
Open Mon-SAT 10-5:30
No Collection
Too Large or Small.
Contact our courteous,
Knowledgeable buyers who will
assist you to attain more money
than you can imagine.
10KT-14KT-18KT
Anything Gold
Highest Prices Paid
Free Quotes
(Done in Private)
We Purchase
Class Rings, Pins,
Earrings Wedding Bands,
Diamond Bands
Scrap Gold, ETC.
Newser 10-6-2009
Paying up to
$25,000 for 2.00ct Diamonds
$10,000 for 1.00ct Diamonds
$3,000 for .50ct Diamonds
$ Cash$
Gold Diamonds
&
309 W. Ventura Blvd. Camarillo, CA 93066
805 388-5750
Trusted
Since 1977
George Thompson Estate Dept.
101 Freeway
Target
Center
Carmen Dr.
Los Posas Dr.
Camarillo
Outlets
L.A.
Santa
Barbara
George Thompson
Diamond Co.
Central Ave.
Minimum two or more...we`d suggest 'OR MORE¨.
Mínimo de dos o más.aunque te sugerimos 'MÁS¨
2 MEDIUM 2-TOPPING
2MEDIANAS 2INGREDIENTES
PIZZAS 5
99
EACH CADA UNA
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Domino’s Pizza
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is number one in customer satisfaction in a 2009 survey of consumers of the U.S. largest limited service restaurants, according to the annual American Customer Satisfaction Index™(ACSI).
Must purchase at least 2 pizzas. Our drivers carry less than $20. You must ask for this limited time offer. Prices, participation, delivery area and charges may vary. Returned checks, along with the state’s maximum allowable returned check fee, may be electronically presented to your bank.
©2009 Domino’s IP Holder LLC. Domino’s
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, Domino’s Pizza
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and the modular logo are registered trademarks of Domino’s IP Holder LLC.
LEGAL STUFF
Minimum 2 or More.
Deep Dish Extra.
Limited Time Offer.
Deep Dish Extra.
Limited Time Offer.
Deep Dish Extra.
Limited Time Offer.
Deep Dish Extra.
Limited Time Offer.
$
5
99
$
28
99 $
17
99 $
9
99
2 Medium
2-Topping
Pizzas
2 Large 2-Topping
Pizzas, 1 Order of
Cheesy Bread &
a 2-Liter of
Coca-Cola
®
each!
2 Large
1-Topping
Pizzas
1 Large Pizza
With Up To
2 Toppings
FAMILY MEAL DEAL
INTRODUCING
DOMINO’S
®
NEW PIZZA
DOUBLE DEAL SINGLE PIZZA DEAL
Plus Tax
9151
Plus Tax
6346
Plus Tax
5311
Plus Tax
5028
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75 W. Channel Islands Blvd.
805-984-4344
Serving Port Hueneme,
CBC Base & Beach Area
SOUTH OXNARD
460 Pleasant Valley Rd.
805-488-8101
Serving South Oxnard &
Point Mugu
NORTH OXNARD
2581 E. Vineyard Ave.
805-988-1544
Serving
North Oxnard & El Rio
CENTRAL OXNARD
1259 Saviers Rd.
805-487-5363
Serving Central
Oxnard & La Colonia
FILLMORE
529 W. Ventura St.
805-524-1600
Serving Fillmore & Piru
SANTA PAULA
431 Santa Paula Ojai Rd.
805-933-2771
OJAI
105 E. El Roblar Dr.
805-640-0080
Serving the Ojai Valley &
Lake Casitas
CAMARILLO
3661 Las Posas Rd.
805-383-6666
Serving Camarillo & CSUCI
VENTURA
1017 N. Ventura Ave.
805-648-1100
Serving West Ventura,
Downtown & Beaches
5100 Telegraph Rd., Ste. H.
805-658-0080
Serving Foothill Areas &
Ventura College
N. of 126 Fwy.
2950 Johnson Dr.
805-658-9911
Serving E. Ventura,
Saticoy & Montalvo
S. of 126 Fwy.
MOORPARK
481 E. High St.
805-523-3030
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