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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, February 20, 2003 15 Y HELP WANTED Qualified Flooring Mechanics to install in Charles Town area. Call Tom 725-1461 =% I Planning to sell your : i home this year? How much is it worth? Find Out At: your trust your eXpectations. HOUTSE LUES I~'l*lll :i: II]irtlll~l =', lt ;! 31a IVl_~l Ill :lKl] ~lgl #l=i Contact us BROWNSMITH directly at: D 800-792-6909 / ELLEN EY Know your Realtor BEFORE you BUY or SELL! Choosing a real estate agent is an implant and personal decis~. My personal brod~re will provide WJ with an idea of what rm like as an i6d~l and what my quatif~ca~ns are to handle your home sale o~ purchase. This fdi color personal brochure wilt grve you information from you can .make a knowa~lgeab~ dec/sion. Call or stop by my offte for your cow toda~ LONG & FOSTER REALTORS 12 JEFFERSON CROSSING CHARLES TOWN, WV 25414 725-7000 OR 800-922-9309 http://wwwMaq/ElienMahoneycom Email: Maq/ FOR AUTO INSURANCE Learn tO Drive Tractor-Trailers ~76-2627 " 728-2000 877-876-2627 Do you know? Barnes, JaRule, 50 Cent or Dixie Chicks people and music, our radical, youth-oriented audio be your opportunib'. a small company environment ~You will have exposure to sales, , administrative, promotional challenges. confidentvwmmpetent individual. ,? Reply to Loretta: 866-584-9786 P.O. Box 2627 Leesburg, VA 20177 to commensurate with qualifications. We Train I~m ='~1Wormm Full & part Tired Ct~t,~ 3oh Placemen, I' =.cE I Tractor.T~e Training [ c.,.~, w,#.~,, VA I 1-800-334-1203 I Enroll Earn an Associate =.,ttA/... Degree in Business plu-" Administration in only 16 months/ COURSES INCLUDE: Marketing & Sales Psychology Business Management Accounting Human Resources Computer Operations Business Law many more... Classes begin on March 7th! 304.263.0979 VALLEY COLLEGE ~V;~-~,'~ OF TECHNOLOGY A Link2 West Virginia Adam Link Serving the area's people ,for over 30 years. Home Page: "Let This Link Be Your Link to Selling or Buying'" Call Adam Today! Let Adam assist you in making one of t/w Most important decisions of your life in selling or buying a home. ERA Liberty Realty, John Kilroy, Broker 201 Jefferson Ave., Charles Town, WV 25414 FREE COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE TREES Ten free Colorado blue spruce trees will be given to each person who joins the Na- tional Arbor Day Foundation during February 2003. The free trees are part of the nonprofit Foundation's Trees for America campaign. Colorado blue spruces have silver blue-green color and a compact conical shape. They can be used as individual orna- mentals, an energy-saving windbreak, a privacy screen, or as living Christmas trees. The trees will be shipped postpaid at the right time for planting between March 1 and May 31 with enclosed planting instructions. To become a member of the Foundation and receive the free trees, send a $10 contribu- tion to Ten Free Colorado Blue Spruce Trees, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Av- enue, Nebraska City, NE 68410, by February 28. Best Paint. Best Advice: Route 340 North Charles Town WV (304) 725-1461 REACHING THE READERS OF WEST WR6INIA FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER or Call 1-800-235-6881 west. Required qualifications in- clude: proven track record of adver- tising sales, marketing and manage- ment; excellent organizational skills; abitity to interlace with a wide vad- ely of internal and external clientele; ability to initiate and implement a variety of projects. Newspaper sales or marketing and management ex- penence a plus. A competitive ben- efits program ~s offered. WVPA is an equal opponun~ employer. For immediate consideration. please forward cover letter, resume with references and salary require- ments to: Leslie Hurst, Chair Search Committee Odd The Herald- Dispatch P.O. Box 2017, Hunting- ton. WV 25701 DELTA TRUCK DRIVING ACAD- EMY- 16 Day CDL Training. Earn>S1400 Per Week. Get $$$ While Training Free Lifetime Job- Placement & Refresher Courses. 1- 800-883-0171. DELTAACADEMY COM FINANCIAL INSTITUTION Seeking manager with demonstrated mana- genal skills with strong background in accounting, lending, compliance and office operations, Minimum of 5 years experience. Send resume with salary requirements and Refer- ences to MANAGER, P.O. BOX 2164, BEAVER. WV 25813. $$$ WEEKLY $$$ Distributing Merchandise on eBay. We Supply Product. No Inventory. No Experi- ence Required. Call Today for More tnfo. 1-800-568-1636- Ext. 4625. AVON Entrepreneur wanted. Must be willing to work whenever you want, be your own boss, and enloy unlimited earnings. Let's talk. 888- 942-4053. SALES- Sales Managers- One of the h~ghest paid jobs in America. High!y successful national com- pany Wi# tram We provide appoint- ments. Call Don 1-800-322-4103 JESSICA@VERtCOMMCORP COM. AUCTION )N: Equipment from six Jewelers 2001 t0 uesday, February 25 907 Kenova, WV Re- Marketing, Inc . AI Th- WV Lic #438 ol-800- Pre-Fab Housing Sup- Local Dealer. Excel- to Own Your and Make $$$! / Sales Experience Details 1-800-678- RNANClAL NOw$ For Structured In- Settlements, Annuities, Winnings and Lottery $495.00 Referral Bo- PPI Free. 1-800-373- Immediate Cash for annuities. ~tate, notes, private mo~- nOtes, acodent cases, and payouts. 800-794- FOR $3895. NEW SUPER Larger ca- options. ATV accesso- edger's, skidders Industries, 252 Sonwil NY 14225. 1-800- ext. Free Information )-N. Assocla- for an Advertising Executive Di- The successful candidate member newspapers to and serve as liaison West Virginia newspa- .~nd businesses located the state as well as states. The positron is in- in Charleston, the capital "Wild, Wonderful West where residents enioy style with the warmth and a small town. Numerous include skiing, white water g, mountain biking and sport Charleston attractions in- museums, shopping. The Symphony and the- nationally known gmia ~s nch beauty and charm is located ~n and Interstates 64, 79 merge m Charleston to area d,rect access to north, south, east and WE ARE EXPANDING OUR SALES FORCE. We offer; A nation- al{y advertised health product, that is a household name. Nationally ad- vertised TV Leads. 15 confirmed leads. NO Weekends. 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Owner Operator (Discount Parts & Ser-,nce), Com- pany, and Lease Purchase. Great Pay, bonuses, & Hometime. Boyd Bros! 800-543-8923. MISCELLANEOUS TAN AT HOME- WOLFF TAN- NING BEDS Flexible financing; available Home Delivery FREE Color Catalog Call today 1-8OO- 939-8267, REAL ESTATE Beautiful Mountain Property 22+ AC w/ mountain stream. Other sizes avail, www.landirnt., RV'S/MOTORHOMES RV SHOW CONTINUES_Show Prices Held Over Thru February - Over 400 RV's. Receive saving coupons to area's major attrac- tions. Bill Plemmons RV. Toll Free 1-866-788-5999. www. STEEL BUILDINGS FACTORY SPECIALS! - Arch Steel Buildings, Huge Savings! Sizes include: 16x16, 20x28, 25x50, 40x80. Factory Direct! Great Workshops, Garages. Call 1 -800-341-7007. www. VACATIONS/RESORTS MYRTLE BEACH / North, SC- LUXURY, Oceanfront/view beach homes & condominiums. Hot tubs, lazy riverS. Fufly-equipped. 600 umts. Special season rate,, or call 1- 800-525-0225. Free Brochure! MYRTLE BEACH, SC 1-800-331- 7300 Boachsand Inn. Five Night Couple Special $99.00 (Sunday- Thursday Only) 200 yards beach/ pavilion. One double bed: two adults. STATE FARM INSURANCE BOB SNTDER "AGENT 211 George Street Charles Town. WV 25414 Business 725.7077 ~Residence 725-8167~ STRAW, CLEAN and bdght. ~7,25-5183. 2/4/tf NEW AND used farm equipment. Plows, discs, rotary cutters, 6, 7, and 8 ft. blades. $265 and up. Used tractors of various sizes. Edgar A. Bohrer (304) 229-8354.4/1/tf NEW AND used parts for older tractors. Edgar A. Bohrer. 229-8354. 8/3/tf SERVICE Age Angus bulls for sale. Three generations. A.I. Eastwood Angus Farm, Stanley Dunn, 304-725-8308. 2/~3/2tpd LARGE 2-Story house w/ basement. $1,000/mo. Must see to appreciate. 724- 2090, leave message. 1/30/5t 2 BR APT. furnished or unfurnished. All utilities and cable pro- vided. Large bath, large closets. Re- cently remodeled. No smoking, no pets. Available February. Sec. deposit required. $625/mo unfur- nished; $675/mo. fur- nished. Within 2 miles of Ranson/Charles Town. 724-2090, leave message. 1/30/5t 3,397 SQ FT. of office and production space. 202 E. Liberty St., Charles Town. Avail- able March 1. 725- 2989. 2/6/tf 1 BR APT. & store- room for rent. Down- town Charles Town. 728-8297. 2J20/4t RN'S NEEDED, FT night shift. PDN--1 yr. clinical experience, competitive rates. Tri- State Home Health Services. 1-888-757- 2031. 8/23/tf KITCHEN help and bus help. Part and full time positions avail- able. 725-4348 or 725-8985. 5/9/tf ACCESS to a com- puter? Work from home online. Earn $2,000PT-$5,000FT. www.worktoinvestcom/ ?refid=17. 1/30/4tpd ED BOHRER (Your A uctioneer) COMPLETE SALES SERVICES Specializing In Estate, Personal, Real Estate, Farm Equipment (No Sale too Big or too Small) We Sell the Earth and Everything on it. Call Us. We Come to You. Bunker Hill, W.Va. 13114] 2294354 hours. Turn-key proven business. Complete training provided. Free infor- mation, www.LiveYour 800-657-0112. 2J6/3tpd STORE needs full time clerk, someone to answer phone, take orders, and other du- ties. Apply in person. 219 W. Liberty St. 2/6/tf LOOKING FOR a FOR A low cost for change? We have an spay and neutering answer. Be self-em- call Spay Today--728- ptoyed. Set own 8330. 5/30/tf CROPLAND TO lease. H.M. "Marty" Kable. (304) 725- 2465. 2/13/tf PC WIZARD. 30 years experience. hardware & software repair, installation, tu- toring, maintenance. No help, no charge. 1/30/6tpd Give the United Way MOUNTAIN Music PROGRAM AT LIBRARY Come and hear the history, stories and songs of West Vir- ginia traditional music when musician and author Gerry Milnes appears at the Bolivar- Harpers Ferry Library this Saturday, February 22, at 7 p.m. Milnes will discuss and demonstrate the ethnic influ- ences of early settlers on tra- ditional string music and talk about the folklore that sur- rounds West Virginia music. The coordinator of the Folklife Program at Augusta Heritage Center of Davis and Elkins College, Milnes is an accomplished musician, film- maker and author who has been collecting songs and sto- ries in this state for 30 years. This program is sponsored by the West Virginia Humani- ties Council. For more infor- mation, call the library at 535- 2301. CFC PANCAKE DAY MARCH 4 Citizens Fire Company of Charles Town will hold its an- nual Pancake Day on Tuesday, March 4 starting at 6 a.m. (all day) until 7 p.m. Tickets avail- able at the door. Adults $6 and children 6-12 $3. For advanced tickets, please call 725-2814. Citizens Fire Company is lo- cated at its new station on Route 340 south of the bypass. PLAY FESTIVAL DEADLINE APPROACHES The Old Opera House The- atre Company encourages playwrights to submit short works for possible selection for the Third Annual New Voice Play Festival. The top prize is a $250 cash award in addition to a staging of the production. The second place winner receives $100 and a staged production and at least one third place winner will receive $50 plus a staged reading. Only unpublished, unper- formed, non-musical works are acceptable. Plays enjoying a previous public "reading" are acceptable. There are no the- matic restrictions, however, some preference will be given toward works without gratu- itous "adult" material. Limit two submissions per play- wright. The length should be at least 10 minutes (10 pages) and net exceed 40 minutes. The deadline for submission is postmarked by March 14. The registration fee is $5 per play. Awards will be announced by April 30. The first announce- ment will be through return postage to entrants, and soon after the website will announce the winners. The first prize winner is required to be present at the open!ng night of the New Voice Play Festival, which runs June 27-29. To re- ceive a complete entry form and further submission guide- lines, visit the Old Opera website at ooh or call (304) 725-4420 (toll free 1-888-900-SHOW). PANCAKE SUPPER AND BAKE SALE Leetown United Methodist Church will host a pancake supper and bake sale on March 1, from 4 to 7 p.m. Adults, $5; Children 6-12, $3; under 6, free. The event is sponsored by the Leetown United Methodist men and Women. HOSPICE OFFERS HOMICIDE GRIEF SUPPORT Hospice of the Panhandle will offer a three-part series to provide information on the spe- cific and painful aspects of grief following the murder of a loved one. The meetings will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednes- day nights, February 26, March 5 and March 12. There is no cost to participate but prior registration is required by February 25. To register and for directions call Bereavement Coordinator Larry Crawley- Woods at Hospice of the Pan- handle, 264-0406 or 1-800-~45- 6538 or hospice@hospiceot~.or~. PROFESSOR RHEE TO LECTURE ON NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR ISSUES SHEPHERDSTOWN-Dr. Hang Yul Rhee, professor of po- litical science and chair of the Department of Political Science at Shepherd College, will present a lecture titled "United States Policy Toward North Ko- rean Nuclear Issues" on Wednesday, March 5 at 6 p.m. in the Cumberland Room of the College Center. Rhee serves as president of the International Council of Korean Studies and as presi- dent of the Korean American University Professors Associa- tion. He has served as an advi- sor to the Advisory Council for Peaceful Reunification of Ko- rea since 1984. The Presiden- tial Medal of Honor from the Republic of Korea was awarded to Dr. Rhee in 1998 in recogni- tion of his service to the Korean community. Rhee has contributed ar- ticles to many scholarly jour- nals including Asian Forum, East Asia Journal, Interna- tional Journal of Korean Stud- ies and World Affairs and Korean Observer. His book, Po- litical Behavior of the Citizenr;y of Seoul: Opposition of the Party in Power, was published by Seoul Press. He is the editor of the forthcoming edition of the International Journal of Korean Studies. The lecture is sponsored by Shepherd's Office of Academic Aflhirs and is free and open to the public. EVENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS On April 16, the contribu- tions of office and administra- tive professionals will be recognized during an educa- tional and enjoyable event at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- vice, National Conservation Training Center (NCTC) in Shepherdstown. The program will honor administrative pro- fessionals and provide them with a vision for the future and. an opportunity to network with administrative professionals in the Eastern Panhandle and surrounding areas. The event will run from 7:30 am. to 4:30 p.m. and will in- clude four workshops and a buffet lunch. Participants will choose three of the four work- shops to attend. The workshops consist of the following topics: Writing Skills, Resume Writ- ing, Dress to Impress, and Safety and Security in the Workplace. Administrative profession- als are invited to attend this worthwhile event. The cost is $30 inclusive of lunch. Register immediately. For more infor- mation and to register, call Thelma Flynn, 304-876-7228. CHARLES TOWN GAMBLER'S ANONYMOUS Held Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at Zion Episcopal Church, 300 East Congress Street (corner of Congress and Washington streets) in Charles Town. The church is directly across the street from Charles Town Library. Please enter from the Washington Street side of the building. SPRING 2003 SESSION Jefferson County Schools Adult and Community Educa- tion will soon present a Spring 2003 Session. The kick off date for this session will be April 7. Computer, special interest, crafts, and fitness courses will be offered. Brochures will be available at the end of March. Please call Jefferson County Schools Adult and Community Education for complete class schedule and registration infor- mation at 728-9224.