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20 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON - Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, June 29, 2000 Help Wanted LEGAL SEC'Y in Inwood. Reat estate experience preferred, $23K & med. ins, Resume to P.O, Box 249, Chas. Town, WV 25414, or fax ASAP to 725- 1884. 6/29/fl Company Seeks Home workers using Internet, mail-order. 1. 800-465-15t9 ext. 2002. www2moremoneycom/kare, 6/29/4tpd -- avat - able, will train with pay in- creases. Call 304-671-3275. Leave a message, 6/22/3tpd PEOPLE WANTED! G~ Paid To Lose 291bs. Next 29 days. 1-800-465-1519 ext, 1617, 6/29/2tpd Miscellaneous Wanted ADVERTISING SALES position open. Part-time sales, flexible hours, selling advertising in Jef- ferson and Berkeley counties. Call 301-733-1835 or fax resume 1o 301.791-7722. 6/15/4tpd POST OFFICE Careers- Start $14.08/hr plus benefits. For exam and application info. call 219-661-2444 Ext, WVl16, 9 a,m 11 p.m. 7 days. www,cnijobhelpcom 6/29/2tpd D,A. CARPENTRY Inc. looking for experienced carpenters, helpers and laborers in Jeffer- son and Berkeley counties, WV and Frederick, MD. Some trans- portalion provided. Wage based upon experience 304-535. 2778.9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6/8/4t PART-TIME waitress, (540) 554-8181. 3/9/tf RESTAURANT HELP, Wait- ress, busperson, dishwasher and cook's assistant. Pad and full time positions available 725-4348. 2/26/tf ~:ERTtFIED VETERINARY As- sistant desires part-time work. Can also fill in for vacations or days off. 725-4319. 6/29/1tpd tF YOU need financial assis- tance to spay or neuter your pets. please call Spay Today 728-8330. 7/20/fl CROPLAND TO lease. H.M, "Marty" Kable. (304) 725- 2465. 2/13/tf MOMS, DADS or Grads $500- $4500/montb part-time and full- time. 1-800-763-0776.6/29/ltpd OWN A computer? Put it to work, 5/25/8t Sheriff's Camp Being Accepted "The West Virginia Sheriff's Youth Leadership Academy is ac- cePting'applications for its 2000 academy," said Bill Senseney, sher- iff of Jefferson County. The Youth Leadership academy is a challeng- ing and fun-filled week-long resi- dential summer program of recre- ational and educational develop- ment for teenage boys and girls from throughout the state. "The Youth Leadership Acad- emy is not only an enjoyable sum- mer camp experience, but teaches some very serious lessons for all our youth. Its main goals are to provide accurate information on drug and alcohol abuse and discus- sions on violence prevention to help teenagers resist peer pres- sures, avoid conflicts and be posi- tire influences on others," said Sheriff Senseney. The Youth Leadership Academy also offers insights into law en- tbrcement and judicial responsi- bilities, voting procedures, and the duties of elected county officials. The academy has been sponsored by the West Virginia Sheriffs Asso- ciation since 1994. The academy is for mainstream youth and is not a juvenile "boot camp." The 2000 Youth Leadership Academy will be Sunday, ,July 16 through Friday, July 21 at the Uni- versity of Charleston campus, in Kanawha County. Boys and girls who are in the eighth grade, enter- ing the ninth grade this fall, may attend this year's academy as first- time participants, or cadets. The academy fee is $50 per first-time participant. Waivers may be granted for applicants unable to pay the fee. Students interested in attend- ing the academy must complete an application form. Application forms are available through your county sheriffs office or by contact- ing the WV Sheriffs Association, P.O. Box 3031, Charleston, West Virginia 25331; telephone: 304- 345-2232; or e-mail: wvsa(~wvinter.neL Sheriff Senseney "The Youth Leadershipi a summer camp lifetime. I encourage ginia eighth tage of this exciting rable opportunity. The children learn will battle the social pro may face of drugs, gangs. The fun-filled, will help them reach tential." The WV Sheriffs emy is staffed by deputies, other state unteer law en', gency medical and professional Physicals Physicians and nurses from Jefferson Memorial Hospital recently offered free physicals for the Jefferson County swim team. Dr. Sharon Peake is shown examining swimmer Todd Jenkins, above, while Dr. Robert Jones checks Will Corley be- low. Dr. Vikram Dayal also assisted with the physicals. Jefferson Memorial Hospital and Harpers Ferry Family Medicine will offer free physicals for area junior high and high school athletes this Friday at the Bolivar Medical Center. Jefferson High athletes will be examined from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and junior high youngstes will be examined between 2:30 and 4 p.m. For more information, contact the school athletic depart- ments, or the con~munity relations office of Jefferson Memo- rial Hospital, 728-1690. Oldsmobile. 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See dealer for The "ALL New Keyless Entry, Dual V6, AT, ESC, Zone Climate Cont, & Retail Price j Jefferson Memorial Hospital staff and physicians from Harpers Ferry Family Medicine recently completed free physi- cals for over 300 county athletes. The annual physicals are of- fered as a community service to all junior high and high school students participating in sports activities during the 2000- 2001 school year in Jefferson County public schools. Dr. K.C. Nau, of Harpers Ferry Family Medicine, is shown examining Matt Noll, a junior at JHS, while Jefferson Memorial's Marilyn Lare, RN, completes a blood pressure check on Jill Blanc, a cheerleader at Jefferson High entering her senior year. 'gb Gold, V8, AT, AC, PW, PL, Leather, CD 49K $t6#?$ '9? CUTLASS Green,4S, V6,AT.AC, PW, PL, Tape/CD 20K $t3#9 i '99 O/. S ALERO Brown, 4S, 4Cyl, AT, AC, PW, PL, Tape/CD 23K $1 ~9~ Tilt 28K Red, Leatherl CD 50K Green, V6, AT, AC, ~i PL, CD 29K Sf~S Blue, V6i AT, AC, PW; PL Tape $f~#9S Silver. 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