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Serving Marine Corps Viet Nam Action WAYS TO CUT RISK OF HEART ATTACK Shown above are Corporal L. Ceravalo (left), son and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo, Route 2, Charles Town and Lowell F. Eusey, a son- of Mr. and Mrs. Ceravalo, are now serving with the U. Corps in the Viet Nam of operations. This is the tour of duty for Corporal in Viet Nam. He was Viet Nam and came home on 15-day Christmas leave and he reported back to Camp Calif., after his leave was shipped back to Viet His first tour of Viet Nam 2nd lZn., 5th Marine % F. Y. O., San Francisco, Calif., 96601. Corporal Eu~y, of Gallion, Ohio, is the husband of the for- mer Betty Marie Ceravalo, RFD 2, Charles Town. lie enlisted in the Marine Corps and trained at Camp LeJeune before being sent to Viet Nam. His address is: Cor- poral Lowell F. Eusey, 1962227, U. S. Marine Corps, 1st Amphib- ian Tractor Bn., H. G. P. L. T. H. S. Company, F. P. O., San Fran- cisco, Calif. "Bait And Switch" Tactics Is Biggest Consumer Gyp Today See Your was for some three months. enlisted in the Marines a time after his graduation Charles Town High School he has been in the Armed for some two years. His is: Corporal Donald L. 2078961, E-Company, The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce said today that the use of "bait and switch" tactics to retail overpriced merchandise has become the most widesphead consumer gyp in the country. S. Brooke Blackford, Executive Secretary of the Chamber, said this finding is based on the re- sults of a nation-wide survey of GIVE TO YOUR HEART FUND' P the ten top consumer rackets con ducted by the National Better Business Bureau, with which the local Chamber is affiliated throu- gh membership. In its survey.the first nationl Airman Warren Rankin 18 Of Them --- wide analysis of consumer sche- mes - NBl~B polled 114 local Bet- ter Business bureaus, asking them to list the rackets used to deceive and defraud the public in the order of their prevalence in their communities. We are anxious for you to know our fine Jefferson County eighteen of them, who cover every nook and of Jefferson County every week in the year, looking news happenings to be published in this newspaper. newspaper features the largest number of county aOrr. espondents of any weekly newspaper ih West Virginia nd we are proud of them and anxious for you to meet them: MRS. G. E. WEBB Harpers Ferry.Bolivar. Phone 535-6569 MRS. STUART CRIM Summit Point - Dial 725-7777 MISS LILLIAN MYERS ' Shenandoah Junction - Dial 725-5168 MRS. JULIA VIANDS Mechanicstown - Dial 725-2596 MISS MARGARET HOUSER Bakerton MRS. ETHEL BUZZARD Silver Grove - Dial 725-2240 MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Kabletown. Dial 725-5707 MRS. GEORGIA PEARL Chestnut Hill. RFD, Harpers Ferry MRS. LENA AMBROSE Engle - Dial 725-2589 MISS DOROTHY LAKE Millville MRS. HARRY SHIRLEY Middleway - Dial 725-7669 MRS. ELSIE HAMSTEAD Kearneysvflle - Dial 876-6032 MRS. MARY B. FURR Leetown - Dial 725-5969 MRS. PAULINE Mannlngs. Dial 725-2750 MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Rippon - Dial 725-9098 MRS. FLOYD SIMONS Ranson - Dial 725-7875 MRS. BERNARD Halltown. Dial 725-7477 'BUCKY' MORROW Shepherdstown - Dial 876-2066 PLUMBING .... HEATING VCe Feature A Most Complete Line .Of American Standard Heating and Coohng Equipment. Also, A Complete Line Of $ackson: We Can Now Offer Roto.Rooter Service. H,h Blood Pressure c,t o,t Cigarettes Saturated Fat CL . 11 Weight Exercise Regularly Completes Course At Sheppard Air Force Base Wichita Falls, Tex. - Airman Third Class Warren J. Rankin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rankin of Ranson, W. Va., has been graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex. from the training course for U. S. Air Force aircraft mechanics. Airman Rankin, who attended Charles Town High School, is being assigned to McGuire AFB, N. J., for duty with the Military Airlift Command. Attend Church Sunday PHONE 125-7812, 7192, 7292 Charles Tawn, W. Va. 11 I I Rissler, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Appell, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Host- Honors Mother With ler, Ms'. and Mrs. Bill Ott, Mrs. Carrie Breeden,. Jackie Jewell, Party On 70th Birthday Mrs. Elgo Milton, Mrs. Josephine IIardy, Mrs. Elsie Painter, Celice By Kant Lane, Mgr. Mrs. Elsie Painter of Ranson, Milton, Miss Linda Painter, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kuhn and dau- Charles Washington Theatre gave her mother Mrs. Mary E. ghter Tereasa, Wilma Lee tIost- SPIRIT OF JE RgON irARWER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1966 B--.2 Mrs. Melvin Strider, Mrs. Moe Staubs, Mrs. ttarry Nicewarner, Mr. and Mrs. John Lolly, Mrs. Sarah Penwell, Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and Kenny Itostler Refreshmen~ts were served and everyone wished Mrs. Ott a happy birthday. ..... ,~: .. ~ ........ ~Ott of Charles Town a birthday ler. ..~.... :::~.:~.i.....,~......~: ~'..'~i .....'.'~'~......"~ .....~ .,: party ,Tan. 23, on her 70 birthday. Those who sent presnts were: "RED LINE 7000" Showing Sun. - ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Where your hard-earned dollars are readily available and insured by agency of the U. S. Gov- save by the 10th earn from the 1st Dividends are cur- rently paid at the rate of... ! ernment. Corner Boscawen And Washington P. O. Box 826 ASSOCIATION Phone 662-3426 Winchester, Virginia I II Mon. Tue. Feb. 6-7-8. Auto-race fans will probably dig this soup- ed up meller, with its emphasis on speed and "love". Good color photography of high powered cars buzzing around speedway tracks at speds over 150 MPH will )lease the action crowd. New faces plus contemporary resort interiors and a lot 0f footage with discotheque action will like wise please the young. Some of the cash scenes are spectacular. Filmed in Technicolor. "JOY IN THE MORNING" Show- ing Wed. - Thur. Feb. 9-10. This romantic drama, based on Betty Smith's best-selling book, benfits from fine performances by the l popular young team of Richard Chamberlain and Yvette Mimieux Chambelain's heavy television ex posure has made him a big fav- orite, and his fans won't be dis- appointed. The story moves in leisure fashion, and the mood is bittersweet. Though it is set in another period, there is much with which young married coup- les can identify. Mimieux strikes up friendship with two unpoplar people in a small town, and the result is an indication that hu- man nature at its best and worst its a rather constant thing. The women especially should enjoy I the film, and it may even envoke a tear or two. Sophisticated audi ences may find it a bit on the soap-opera side of the entertain- ment ledger, but a good woman's picture is always welcome. As an added attraction, Chamberlain is heard singing over the titles. Filmed in Technicolor. Paid Or Compounded SEMI-ANNUALLY %.- .f Yes, you get maximum yields and profits when you plant Quality Seeds, Trying to pinch a few pennies per acre with cheap sedds or questionable seeds east mighty expensive in the long run. This year plant .seeds that really grow. That's the only, way to harvest crops that really pay. See Your SO UTHERN STA J l IIII I __ I _ II I I I / I I I