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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's AD VOCATE -Thursday, December 23, 1999 We're expanding our programs. Seeldng Co-Director for Jack & Jill Child Development Center in Charles Town 3 yr. old supervisor position also available. 725-KIDS. Ask for Kathy. '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. (304) 229-8354 5/11/TF I Must have tools, transportation, skills, and good attitude. Apply at 113 E. German St Shep- herdstown. Tues. and Thurs. 10-11 a.m. 12/16/2tpd Help Wanted CARPENTERS - LOOKING for a few great finish carpenters. County, MD, Charles Town and Martinsburg. WV. Potential bill- ing per truck $700 to $1200+ weekly. Must have own truck and tools. Sign-On Incentives available. EOE. Call 703-573- 0347. 9/23/15t RESTAURANT HELP. Wait- ress, busperson, dishwasher and kitchen help. Part and full time positions available 725- 4348. 2/26/tf YOUNG, LOVING black female ~'financial assis: (mostly Labrador) needs home. tance to spay or neuter your 725-1746 after 5 pm 12/16/2tpd pets, please c:all Spay Today 7288330 7/2o/, Give the lease. H.M. "Marry" Kabl e. (304) 725- United Way 2455. 2/13/tf Military CorDer All bodies of water are subject to the tide-producing sun and moon, but only when oceans and continents tides great enough to be noticed. ! ~iI' ;ii~/~ EXPERIENCED FARM hand with milking capability. House avail- COMMUNICATIONS INSTALL- L able, salary negotiable. Must ERS-Communications contrac- have references. Call 304-725- tors wanted to provide installa- 8659or304-725-6482. 12/23/2t tion services for telephone, cable TV, cable modems, and residential rebuild in Frederick ERIC L. FRANKLIN Air Force Airman Eric L. Franklin has graduated from basic military training at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex. During the six weeks of train- ing, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and customs and received special train- ing in human relations. In addition, airmen who com- plete basic training earn credits to- ward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Franklin is the son of Lane M. Franklin, of Blue Ridge Acres, and Gina W. Rhodes, Myeersville, Md. He is a 1999 graduate of Jefferson High School. The West Virginia Safety Coun- cil urges every ne t be aware f [i l, tvleet,//~all~[ ~gha~ethegpi~it ~eve~|tda l -P the llea . holiday safety hazards that can ~h~igt~ag ith everyone tou turn this season of joy into tragedy, o1 Here are some safety tips for Christmas trees and holiday deco- ~ C~han]~ t/or( ~o~ t/o/x~ ~at~ona~e rations: and have a onde td holida ea on. Always keep decorations and During this holy time of year, we'd like to join ancl your family in giving thanks to our Lord His love and guidance. With bright wishes for a joyous season from all Old State Rte 9 N 1 Mi Off By-Pass ' ~" !~< l1 ~'111V~g m jRans nf~ Exit ~t~ Closed Council Sets l iende [ ecome dea e IS and ood iU a o.nd . !iiii;ili !:i i il i i: : i! i (!?il ~i~!:iii i~:ii!~ presents well away from heat sources. Never leave lighted candles unattended or use lighted candles as Christmas tree decorations. Turn off Christmas lights be- fore leaving home or going to sleep. Use only UL-aproved lights, and no more than 3 strands linked together. Carefully inspect light strings, cords, plugs and recep- tacles, and throw away damaged items. Use only outdoor lights out- side your home. Never use indoor extension cords outside. Do not overload electrical cir- cuits or extension cords. Unplug the light string before you replace a bulb so there is no danger of shock. Install working smoke alarms or check the batteries in your present alarms. Practice home es- cape plan. Use only holiday decorations that are noncumbustible or flame retardant. If you have a live tree, check the water level in the stand each day. A 6-foot tree may use as much as one gallon of water every two days. Also, if you are motoring during the holiday season have your ve- hicle serviced before leaving. Buckle up and place children in the rear seat in an age-appropriate safety restraint. Heed all traffic laws, be patient with delays, and above all, do not drink and drive! The West Virginia Safety Coun- cil urges you and your family to fol- low these simple tips for an enjoy- able and safe holiday season. The West Virginia Safety Council is a nonprofit nongovernmental asso- ciation, founded in 1941, and dedi- cated to the prevention of uninten- tional injuries at home, on the highway, at school, or in the work- place For further information on how businesses or individuals can be a part of the Safety Council's ac- tivities, call (304) 343-3171. JEFFERSON COUNTY USED CARS N. Mildred St Ranson, VV / . - : - : - : 7,28 7700 /~: : ;5: Season's Greetings from the staff at Tom and Angie Jones Nationwide Insurance Agency and Jones Tag and Title Services. Nationwide" Insurance & Financial Services 300 W. Washington St Charles Town (304) 725-3434 Na'~nwide Mutual Insurance Company and affiliated Companms Home Office: One Nationwide Plaza, Columbus, OH 43215-2220 Natk~nwide~ is a regmtered federal servce mark of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company OJP' 'W.e at u autd ta than , CHEVRoLETINC. i Route 340 Charles Town, WV noilFree)1-800-662-2539