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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, April 27, 2000 BO ~RIN Property. Transactions ,i ,Ieffrey T. Healy, Middleway, to Floyd R. Jamison, Charles Clint D. Sullivan, eta Ralph V. Doell, Kabletown, to Jean A. Elliott Shepherdstown,William L Hardy et al Middle- Cynthia B. Sothern, 5,000. Town Corp to Nell C. Bellman, Corp to Emily Genuse,| ' ' J' ' " John J. Duwel MD. Money Pur- 107,000. 98,000. 1 Bruce W. Dunne, 138,000. to Gerald W. Gift, 1,14,}. way, to John C. Hockenberry, et al, chase Pension Plan and Trust, James Scott Henry, Kabletown, Louise M. Canter, Charles 36,000. to John A. Fleming, et al, 115,900. Town, to Colony Home Develo~- Patricia A. Farnham, Charles ment Corp 31,000. Town, to Gordon A. Douglas, et al, Mark J. Kramer, et al, Harpers 90,000. Ferry, to Reckert and Sons Farms, R. Vance Golden III-Tr Charles Inc 55,000. Town, to Chase Bank of Texas, George A. Dunn, Jr Charles 152,915. Town Corp to Patricia K. Hoover, Harry Lewis Langdon, Kable- 73,500. town, to John K. Dorsey-Tr Seylon N. Dove, et al, Charles 434,154. Town, to William C. Snelson, Frank D Barlow, et al, Middle-10,500. way, to Garland W. Knicely, et al, James H. Lemen, et al, Shep- 26,000. herdstown, to Margaret A. Emil M. Kosko, Middleway, toSandretzky, et al, 35,000. Wallace R. Sann, et al, 50,000. SNC Technology, Inc Charles Kenneth F. Lowe, Sr. Family Town, to Catherine L. Hill, 55,000. Ltd. Partnership, et al, Shepherd- Ruby E. Labelle, Ranson Corp stown, to Shepherdstown Fire De- to William T. Croft, Jr 60,000. partment, 225,000. Eric C. Kronenwetter, et al, Robert P. Jarvis, Kabletown, to Kabletown, to Terry L. Giguiere, Randy L. Morgan, et al, 144,000. 123,000. Barbara M. Collins, Middleway, John E. Miller, et al, Ranson to James D. Renner, et al, 22,000. Corp to Esta R. Broadway, John C. Skinner, Jr.-Tr Harp- 89,500. ers Ferry, to DF Briarpatch, LLC, Donald W. Minnick, Charles 150,000. Town, to James R. Holcombe, et al, William A. Kelley, et al, Kable- 187,900. town, to Rodney W. Whitney, Martin P. Sheehan-Tr Charles75,000. Town, to Donald W. Minnick, David P. Caravaggio, et al, 179,900. Harpers Ferry, to Dan Ryan Build- Phillip O. Stevens, et al, ers, Inc 43,500. Charles Town, to David W. Howell, Joel E. Hatfield, et al, Kable- et al, 121,100. town, to Darrell Rowley, et al, Lyle Beeka, et al, Kabletown, to 184,300. Thomas C. Haman, Jr et al, Marcus Enterprises, Charles 19,500. Town, to Oak Meadow, LLC Cledith Clemons, et al, Bolivar 237,780. Corp to Mabel V. Clemons, Barbara A. Williams, Harpers 2,394.72. Ferry, to William L. Pindell, Jr et Douglas C. Epley, et al, Charles al, 180,000. Town, to Carol L. Smith, et al, William L. Pindell, Jr et al, 63,678.36. Charles Town, to Ritchie M. Butler, Secretary of Housing and Ur- et al, 112,000. ban Development, Kabletown, toDonald N. Cross, Charles Town, Lou Ann Spaur, 35,010. to Bennett Johnson, et al, 144,000. H. Max Derr, Jr et al, Shep-Faranak Sotoudeh-Tr et al, herdstown Corp to Garabed M.Kabletown, to Michael C. McNutt, Derr, et al, 96,000. et al, 23,700. Nearly 300 Attend Retail Food Worker Education Conference Dr. Earl Allara, director of the Jefferson County Health Depart- ment, has announced that nearly 300 retail food store employees at- tended the recent food worker edu- cational conference held at the KOA campgrounds near Harpers Ferry. The Jefferson County Board of Health requires that all persons working in a retail food store must have a current food worker permit. One of the requirements to obtain a permit is to attend at least one educational conference per year. The other requirement is proof of a negative tuberculin skin test or chest x-ray every three years. The topic of this year's confer- ence was Food Microbiology. Many different microorganisms live on just about everything we eat, breathe or touch. These bacteria :and parasites can multiply rapidly and when ingested as part of the ~food supply, cause what is known as food-borne illness. Symptoms of ~a food-borne illness include nau- sea, fever, vomiting, stomach :cramps, and diarrhea. This year's guest speaker was Professor Paul Saab, well trained in food microbiology. Professor Saab teaches Biology at Shepherd College and is also the director of ~he CulinaryArts program. As part ~f his presentation, he displayed cultures of bacteria that had been grown from ordinary things found in a retail food store. These in- cluded: oranges, prewashed salad greens, slicers, table tops, un- washed hands, washed hands, and money. This graphic display of "what is normally not seen due to She organism'n ~Inall size was an eye opener to the class partici- pants. Professor Saab told the audi- ence that there were over 100 dif- :ferent things in a food operation that cold cause food-borne illness. However, there are only seven things that employees need to do to prevent food-borne illness. These include: good personal hygiene, A novel is a mirror that strolls ~along a highway. Now it reflects ,'the blue of the skies, now the mud puddles underfoot. --Stendhal proper hot and cold holding proce- dures, inspection of food when it is delivered good sanitation proce- dures, insect and rodent control, and proper cooking oEfood. According to the Food and Drug Administration, there are approxi- mately 10,000 deaths and more than 24 million illnesses attrib- uted to food-borne illnesses each year. The Jefferson County Health Department feels that proper edu- cation of food workers is the key to reducing food-borne illnesses in the county. Eve~/'@eds a 3a/~ P/age to G~ www.savingsbonds.gov A public service of this nevcsl::~Der ~.l Ginger O. Andrews, Charles Harpers Ferry, to Hampton Enter- Town, to John D. Hilker, et al,prises, 32,000 84,900. Prentice M. Weitman, Shep- Zachary Homes, LLC Charles herdstown, to Sean C. Griffin, Town, to James P. Kicklighter, et 58,000. al, 271,119. Donald J. Orser, et al, Charles Joann A. Goldman, Shepherd- Town, to Lisa A. Smith, 6,750. stown, to Joann Goldman, et al,Walter M. Glenn, Shepherd- 77,500. stown, to Joseph F. Palmer, et al, Walter Glenn, Shepherdstown, 45,000 to Ernest D. Lyles, 45,000. Carlene Watson, et al, Kable- Patrick D. Sell, et al, Harperstown, to Thomas P. Ash, Jr et al, Ferry, to Paul W. Barrick, 55,000. 81,820. Roger L. James, Kabletown, to Joseph F. Mauk, Jr. et al, Ran- Shawn L. Chaney, 110,000. son Corp to Herbert P. Dinges, et Wade E. Banks, et al, Charles al, 70,000. Town, to Amanda Kay Armstrong, Donald J. Orser, et al, Kable- 55,000. town, to Roger L. James, 8,500. By U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd Getting Beyond Gas Prices Across the country, gasoline prices have been on the rise. Pri- marily as a result of our nation's increased dependence on foreign fuel, the United States has been left vulnerable to the whims of other nations as they decide what level of crude oil to pump from the ground. I do not want the U.S. to be at the mercy of any nation, let alone those on which we rely fi)r oil. That is why I believe it is long past time to renew the effort to implement a comprehensive na- tional energy strategy, one that pro- ,des for the stra ~gic uses of all our domestic energy resources, in- cluding the fossil fuels of oil, natu- ral gas, and coal. The nation needs to explore the opportunities before us to increase America's energy in- dependence. Meeting this goal requires a strong commitment not only to re- search and development of new en- ergy efficient and environmentally sound technologies, but also to their widespread commercial applica- tion. This can be an expensive en- deavor. That is why I have coau- thored the Energy Security Tax Act. The legislation would help to turn technological breakthroughs achieved in the laboratory into re- alities installed in the marketplace. Additionally, the legislation would provide targeted tax incentives to encourage the demonstration and commercial deployment of many energy efficient technologies, some of which are under development at labs in West Virginia. Targeted tax incentives would help to capi- talize on American research and development, and would remove a portion of the financial risk in- ; olved in the commercial use of energy efficient technologies. An efficient, clean, and stable supply of energy is essential to the future growth and health of the American economy. The time has come for our nation to readdress our national energy strategy, tak- ing a multipronged approach that looks at the whole range of avail- able fuels and encourages the de- velopment and deployment of new technologies and conservation prac- tices. America should not tremble each time foreign oil producing na- tions flex their muscles. The En- ergy Security Act will help to meet this challenge, serving as an un- derpinning for a new energy strat- egy that recognizes the importance of economic development and en- vironmental protection at the same time. Oil and Filter Car/Minivan Dodge Trucks INCLUDES: . Engine oil replacement (Cars/Minivans up to 5 qt Jeep/Trucks up to 6 qt Diesel Trucks up to 13 qt 10 cyclinder trucks up to 7 qt.) . New Mopar oil filter . Fluid level inspection Vehicles requiting special/extra oil slightly higher ,Diesel Trucks extra Pdce includes a charge for environmental disposal of used fluids. (Truck pdces may be Higher) Offer expires 4/30/00 Oil and Service includes up to 5 quarts of Motorcraft oil and new Motorcraft oil filter. Diesel vehicles may be extra. Taxes extra. Offer expires 4/30/00. i ~hrysler vehicles only. 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