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4 SPIRIT Of JEFRS0N Farmer's ADVOCATE I... Neu, Opportunities ]or The Award W'mning Newspaper The significant changes that are occurring in '" " " health care delh,ery in our Our Best Wishes oo.. offer increasingly - ,, worthwhile career oppor- tunities for young people--- Next week is graduation week in Jefferson County especially those currently which marks a milestone in the lives of many of our graduating f r o m high youth, schools. The spread of Some will continue theil; studies at universities and health maintenance orga- colleges while others will pursue technical studies and nizations {HMOsL and the other courses to prepare for their chosen occupations, likelihood of congressional action on some form of na- Many will join the job market, and the armed forr tional health insurance will be the number one choice for some. broaden the possibilities. Whatever course the graduates undertake, we wish With the shortage of the best of everythinff for the class of "74." doctors, an increasing num- ber of smaller communi- ties, as many West Vir- Our Civic Pride ginians know, have no physicians or health care facilities at all. In this situ- ation, registered nurses and persons entering what are now generally referred to as the allied health profes- sioris can fill a real and urgent need. The demand 'is growing for many types of trained people in the health field-- medical technologists, lab- oratory technicians, physi- cal therapists, dental hy- gienists, and other similar specialties that have been developed in recent years. Many community colleges, as well as four-year col- leges and universities, offer courses leading to various degrees in these fields. Physicians' assistants and nurse practitioners now routinely make preliminary examinations in an in- creasing number of health 30 Seconds Isn't Enough At a time when people are demanding more inform- eta and J. W. Lockwood, .were afire advertising, television, commercials are getting visitors on Sunday at the home shorter, of Mrs. Seal's parents, Mr. and The trend is to 30 second spots. Or time for about Ceshire and Some people have it while Others couldn't care less. Many property owners take a great amount of pride by keeping their properties in excellent condition and do it every year, while others, some possibly living next door, are satisfied to sit by and let the weeds take over on the sidewalks, as well as around the property where they reside.. In order that we might have a neat and well kept town, last Monday night members bf the City Council and the Mayor said they were going to do something about these situations in the Corporation. " In other words to make it a little plainer, the City will notify the violators and then if no action is taken by those at fault, the City will see that the weeds are cut and the trash on lots removed, with the guilty owners being billed for this work. It is certainly too bad that here in a pretty town like Charles Town, our City Council has to take such measures. We whole-heartedly commend them for their latest action !nd hope that ' they will follow through with the action they have taken and those who continue to be offenders in such instances, will find out just what civic pride means.., even if they have to pay for it. : 50 words. , That's not enough to tell everything consumers want to know these days: prices, colors, guarantees, where to find it, what it's made of, and so much more. Instead, advertise where you can tell a complete story , without being a "fast talker." ' In newspapers. : In newspapers you can give the full details - in 30 seconds the average reader can absorb 250 words, o]  5 times as much information as from TV. And newspapers let a consumer pause to eye, ate, re-read, and even clip your al as a reminder. Newspapers have always been the hardest working advertising medium. And we think their future looks bettr than ever. health, after which he meet- SUMMIT POINT ing was adjourned. Durin e Mr Stuart Crim recrea,tion period Which fol.low ed gaines were enjoyed and de :licious ,refreshments ,were 'serv 4-H Club Meeting ed by .the hostess Submitted The Busy Bees 4-H Cluo met by Pan Johnson, Club Report- on Wednesday evening ay 15 or. t the ,home of Pare Johnson 'Miss Hester Rowland of Win wih nine of e ,members in Chester, Va. visited on Tuesday attendance. The meeting was afternoon of last week at .the called to order .by he president home of hen" sister in law, Mrs. and was opened wth the 4-H Glifford Rowland and .the .tat- song, followed by ,Devotions ter's mother, Mrs. Bonn W. presented by Kthy Dcaven, Crim. the 4.H Pledge and/the Pledge Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oft of to the Flag. Kea,rneysvfl,le were ,guests on At the conclusion of e bus Sunday at the home of .the iness meeting e ,group enjoy latter's parents, :Mx. and Mrs. ed a Im, .made at Jackson's Edward McKee. ill, which was based on eye .Wins Ribbons At Field Day At She county 4-H lield Day LOSE UGLY FAT ,hold on Satuxday at the Bar- dane Conmmity Cemer Ken- Start losing weight todsy OR riM1 DeHaven was awarded a MONEY BACK.MONADEX is a tiny tablet that will help curb your  .rib'bon in .the junor d'ivis- desire for excess food. Eat less. ion of e "Eyes PA@ht" poster weigh less. Contains no dangereus drugs and will not make you rrv- oDntest and his olub,  in- ous. No strenuous exercise Change our life . . . start today. MONA- nit Point Busy Bees ,#as award zx costs ss.0o or a 20 day sup. ed a blue ibbon. Attending .Y, and $5.00 for twice the amount. se ugly fat or your money will were Kay and Kendadl Oe- be refunded with "no questions Hven, ,Dwayne and Brian Hen asked by: y, Kelly and Parn JOhnson, MOFFETr's PHARMACY Robin BurCh, Lanra [nirl, 102 MOFFETT'S WAY - RANSON Tra Collins and Dawn Jack MMI Orders Filled on. May 23-Jt-pd. Mr. and rs. ,DonaId Se and the 4atter's children, Pare- , H Handy Way To _= m ! m mm e - B m u m m m mm, i m m m m m m SUBSCRIBE Subscription Rates $7.50 PER YEAR (Plus 23e Tax in W. Va.) (Clip & Mail) = = m m u m _= m m m ,i m mm m m mm m -_ THE SPIRIT-ADVOcATE = i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 25414 i Enclosed please find check or money order for - ffi $ ........ for a (new) or renewal subscription .- to The Spirit.Advocate. ,Mrs. Elwood Sheiz daughters. 'Mrs. Marshall Jenkins was honored an Mother's ,Day v/4m her family joined with her at Duff's Rebel Restaurant near Winchester, Va. :to enjoy a de ,l.icious dinner and a pleasant ami4y gathering. Those pre- sent or the occasion, in addR- on to Mr. and Ms. Jenkins, were ,their sons tn law and dan @ers, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Webb and son Parker "el Ordh- aid Hills near Charles Town, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons, Mark, Paul and John, their son, David Jen and Mrs. Evelyn 'PA, ttor and son Jar emy of Winchester, Va. 'Mrs. James . Snyder and ,her danghter, Miss Be Sny. der of "Shenstone" drove o Priendshp, Md. on Saturday evening where She former was the guest speaker at a mother- daughter banque`t which was held at the 'St. James :Metho- dist Chtrch in West Friend- ship. The pastor of the hurch, Cne Reverend Albert urton, is a former reside of the county .hamg served for a ime as pastor of ;the 'New Street URed Method, ist Chu- rch ,in SheFherdstown. The of the sixth grade of the South Jefferson Blemen ary, accompanied by a g.roup of Ceachers and .mothers, Ceravel ,led ,to Washington, ). C. by chartered bus on Monday of ast week to spend a very en- joyable and educational day of sightseeing at many of ,the places of interest n Shat ei,ty. Among ,the mothers accompay ing .the group were Mrs. Jack Burch and ,Ms. Exnest Rud- olph of SummR Point. The Reverend and Mrs. C_den Stevens ,and their family had as fler dinner guests on {Mort day everAng of last week Mr. and vs. Ernest Rudolprn add family. Qute a number of Sumnt Point residectts, .both young people and adcflts, pacticipted in ,the Orop Walk for the un- gry which ,was held on Sufday af.ternoon under the direction of .the ,Reverend en Stevens. Te wMk, which staed a.t he race .track covered ten mi4es, going .from there o Kalletown and circling back o.he stmt- Byrd's-Eye View By U,S. Senator Robert C. gyrd Worthwhile Careers facilities. With time-con- suming tests by aides especially trained for the joh, physicians are freed to use their greater skills more effectively for more people. The need for such medi- cal assistants can be ex- pected to grow, especially if national health insurance becomes a reality. The quality of applicants for training of this nature is increasing, along with the employment opportunities. In another type of recent development, nurse clinics have been established in areas where there are no doctors. Registered nurses see patients, and, by phone and other means, get rec- ommendations for treat- ment from specialists at medical centers. More nurs will be needed for this type of work in the future, as well as for supervisory duties in hospitals and at nurse training facilities. T h e shortage of registered nurses has eased some- what; but with the grow- ing number of health facil- ities and nursing homes. the need for nurses can only increase. Our country is in a transitional health care period--one that is provid- ing more varied possibili- ties for careers of meaning- ful service to humanity than ever before. ing point, raised about $7000 for this project Calonel and rs. James Breckinvidge of Great Lakes, Illinois, are visiting wR ,the former's mother, Mrs. J. C. Breckinidge at "F.lagstop". Their son, Mr. James Breckin- vkige of Washington, D. C. is a patient ,in the Winehester Men oriel HospitM where he under went surgery ,the latter part of the week. KRNEYSVILLE  Mrs. Wallace Welsh Mothers Day callers of Mr. and Mrs. George Hill, lard were M`r. and Mrs. Wit Ham Jahnson, family, Enle; :Mrs. Me,lena Edwards, elldren, lqikeside; Mr. and :Mrs. James Manor, Kel ,ly; Mr. end rs. il4 Hillird, son, Matinsburg; Mr. and :Mrs Donald Hfl, liard, sons, ,I-lagers- town. Mrs. Anna rown, family, ChesterviUe, Va., spent he weekend over ,Mothers .Da, vth ,her daughter and Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Dillow. Also accompaing Mrs. Brown was her nephew Edward Sm, i. Sunday, Mother's Day, there was a amily covered dish sup per held at the Grace Uni.ted Church of Chest for members and guests. Aiter the bountiful meal a program hy ,the young people of he church was pre- seed in honor of ,their mot- hers and grandmothers. Under direotion of Mrs. James i.ller and Ms. Edith 2qhemas, the youngsters sang songs and bad ,resRations. There was She presentation of pink and wite carnations to the oldest mother .Mrs. William Felders; youngest mother, Mrs. Frank Di$1ow; mother ,traveling farhest, M. Lou_se Corbin, West Terra HatRe, Indiana; most children, M,rs. Harry Wisenburg and :M`rs. Ga`rland Carper; youngest granchnother, Mrs. Vrgi,nia Wil lingham; Oldest randmother, Mrs. John McCary; and ohes preserted carnations were you ngest dhild; Mrs. Darlene Str- ,ida; Mrs. Norval Jolmston, :Mrs. Barbara Lesley, Mrs..EdRJ| The mas and to ,Mrs. Anna Brown vcho was second in ,travein,g the farthest from Ohestervitle Va. Weekend s isitors at She home of Mr. and Mrs. Halwy Creamer were ,Mr. and Mrs. Dave ,Rickard, cbbldven, ,Man- asses, Va.; :Mx. and .Mrs. Jones, family, Martisbr; {Me. and xs. Leonard Wiimns, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Take notice ,that .the ANN- AL REPORT, of he R. J. Funkouser, Foundation, Inc. for the tax year ending, Dec- ember 31, 1973, required .by Section 6056 of he I.ntenM Revenue Code. Is available or inspection at the prinoipM aft- ice of  Fmmdltton P. O. Box 284, Charles Town, West Vigia 25414, d egular business hours, ,by any ektiz ddldrea, lr View lrk; . and Mrs. Irv Athey, Ranson; Mr. and :Mrs. Edgar Mason, children, Inweod and .Mr. and rs Steven Creamer, children. Mrs. ary Cm-terremains a patie in Kings Dauglers Hospi4l room 219. , been ere for three weeks, Hope to hea she will be hbme eal soon. ,Miss Emily Me--laughlin , Gii sburg, Pa., spem the weekend wih ,Miss Anna Mary WiSting- hkln. Mrs. Gilbert Creamer was honored Mothers Day with a dinner out at the V,illage House in henandoah Junction by her Ibusband and children Miss Ginger Creamer, Chevy Chase Md., Mrs. Ike :McDonald, Suza- nne and :Mary ,k'ancis Oreamer Sunday cai4ers of Mr. and Mrs. Bill 19isnhart were his paren`ts, Mr. and Mrs. I)enId Eisomhat, Igerstown, :Md. (Mothe's Day cal,lers of Mr. and :Mrs. Ben Carter were M,r. and Mrs. John Adams, ,Lyre% Leesbuvg, Va., Mx. and .Ms. Ohailes Diggs, ohi,ldven, Fred- crick, Md. Mrs. Harry Creamer, gnd- cildren KimDerly, Kelly, Len- ny Williams, .ttended a picnic Sumiay at Sterking Park, Va. t ,the Pepco Recreation Center Joining them were men,bars of her ,family, Mr. and :Mrs. Citizen Of :Month / / CHARLES E. GRANTHAM The National qonor Society of Jefferson Hi School -re- cently announced that Curtis Grantham has been named Citi- zen of She Month ,for April. T4m son of Mr. and :Mrs. (Zharles E. Gxatham, .Shel#herdstown, Curtis :is a jumor a Jefferson High. Cuxeis played ,the lead ,role in the junior play, "Five for ,Bad Luck", resented for the ann- ul Jefferson .High I3vama Fest ival. He also received She hon- or of being named "Best Actor" of the evening. He  an active member of RECALLING SOME OF THE COUNTY NEWS OF OTHER. 10 -- YEARS AGO- 10 Adam Craven, Harpers Ferry Hgh School Junior, .is selected s a participant in he Coop eraive College-Schoel Science Program at .the Norfolk I)ivis- ion of V4rgdn,ia State Cottage. Miss Sandra Daughety and :Miss Elimbeth Bond ave vM- edictorian and saluta.torian of he Hairs Ferry graduating class. Spiker Motor Sales, Inc., Oha vles Town, is sold by its owner C. W. Spiker, to Charles B. Clendening and vil be known as Clendening Motors, Inc. The 3-M Company's Pviiag Produots Division plans o mare than double the size of its :Middleway plant. A tot of $32,423 has been contributed tothe Youth Can- Cer project. Feature of Blue Ridge Live- stock Saes is a pen of No. I, hogs, $17.10. DIED: Gera,ld Fnkin Painter, Sr., 47, Ranon, ,line the Junior Class Prom Com- man for Potomac Li. & Pew mitt n- " n a trans er Co, in ehe C2tarles Town Vivgi.1 Gentry, fanly, Forres- ee a a aso we " "" irl ;, .... m,, ,, ,oi .... f HospiCal; Mrs. Trevor S, ey vi, Xe, Id., and Mr. and (Mrs ..................  .... x .... ,+,, 83 of Summit an in ,..,,,,,,us.-,:, , ,, o Dick Kucknicki, Arlington, Va. he ,lighest saiesm one of ............... " - 's mone makin yolnr wmow oi nooert ee Congrtule, tions ,to John Jay me commtxee y g .... i r resented Macoughtry, n [he local hos- Walker, J., son of :M" .and pjects. ,#u S ti ""e tal; Mrs Bessie V Clemmons :Mrs. John Walker wo gradut Jeerson n'ign vece  y at rn al ,,' ,f .lh,:  Clem- ed azom Shepherd College ,lst annual Model Legislatttre in mons, ..................... KeavneysviHe, in King's Saturday..H,is parents 'hosted a Charleston, West Virginia. Tis Daughters Hospital; Henry S. am acl ohicken .buffet supper mock ,legislative body is attend hat evening for round 50 re- ed by :Mi-Y students rom Baker, 99, former resident of laives and friends, schools all over the state. Cur- "Whea`tland" this county and ,tis was basketball manager for recently residing at ,the Shen- andoah Hotel, MariRsburg in the Cougars and is now one of City Hospital; Susan Monroe Entered by the PUBLIC track managers. Smith of Charles Town 4n Lak. SERVICE COMMISSION OF A member of he Asbury in State HospRM, Paint Plea- WEST VIRGINIA ,at the Cap- United Methodist Church, Shep sart, W. Va. ltol in the City of Charleston herdstewn, Curtis s a member Jefferson Little ,T.ague play on the 2rid day of April, 1974. OASE NO. 7826 GENERAL TELIONE COM PANY OF THE SOUST, a corerion. In the matter of investigt- ion and suspension of ,tariff. WEREAS, on January 4, 1974, General Telephone Com- pany of the Sottheast, a cor- poration, fled its First ,Revs'ed Page 12.2 to its tariff designat- ed P. S. C. W. V. No. 4, issued January 7, 1974, to be- ome effective February 7, 1974, stating an installation charge of $20.00 and a monltly rte of $8.90 for an authomaic voice ,cormecting arcagement used for the c0nnectiolq ef  omer-proided answering sets and recorders to company pro- ided facili,ties; and WHEREAS, by order entered February 14, 1974, General Telephone Company of he Southeas% a corporation, was made respondent to this pro- ceeding; ,the aforesaid ,revised ,tariff was suspended and the use of ,,th rotes and charges stated .therein deferred until ,t.he 1st day of June, 1974, un- less t'herwise ordered by he Commission; responde was ordered to give notice of the f.il4ng of ,the aforesaid tariff sheet by publication; ad t written protests .to said pro- posed drift filing hawe been received by the Commission. IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDER ED that the ,matters involved herein be, ,and ,they 'hereby are, set for hearing o be held in the Commission's Hearing Room at the Capitol in the City of Oharleston on the 2Ath day of June, 1974, t 10:00 a.m. EDT, at which time and place be respondent shaH. appeer nd offer evidence in suppopt of Rs aforesadd increased ,rates and charges and anyone may appear and make such object- ,ion thereto as may be deemed proper. IT IS FURTHER ORDER)D that the respondent give notice of the time and place of hear. ing ,thereon, by posting a copy of Shis order at each of its offices vhere bills for tale- ,phone service are pad, for a period of at ,least i,rty (30) days pior to /he 24th day of June, 1974, ,for public 4aspect- ion, and by pubH#hing a copy of this order once a week for two (2) successive weeks, the first publication fo be made not more `tllmn thirty (30) dars nor less than ,fifteen (1.5) days prior o She 24"th day of June, 1974, in newspapers published and 'of ,general circulation in he counties of Grant, Hardy, IImle, Jefferson, Mercer, Mineral, Morgan and McDowll making due return Shereof to ,the Commission on or before e day of earing. May 30-2-t. and director of ,the church's youth choir and also divector of the cbi4dren's choir. MANNINGS ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Austin Nico- demus were callers on Sunday afternoon  .qe home of he ,formers sister and brather in law, Mr. and Mrs. WendeYl Whi.ttiton end fd, ly. Mrs. PauHQe Oft Mx..and :Mrs. Steve Oden of Fairfax, Va., were Friday even ing visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle eden and dau- ghter, Twla and sons, Scott and Glenn. 'My sapathy goes out to Mr. md (M, rs. Glenn O,tt and due to the death af Ott's mother, Mrs. John Wilt. :M. Clive Penwel.l veted o his ome on Friday from a hospital in Maryland, where he has been a patient. ,Mr. and Mrs. Merle eden and family were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Terry eden and dauglter in Charles Town re- cently. Mrs. Dianne Cline and son, Jason were Saturday visitors of .her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. James JOhnston at MeChanics- down. Mr. and :Mrs. David Staubs of Shepherdstown were last Sunday visitors of MT. and Mrs. Sammy eden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Wley and daughter of ,Leetown were Sunday visitors of 'his grand- mother, Mrs. Core Wiley ,and son, Paul Nathan. Sunday visitors of M.r. and .Mrs. Frank BeU were ,Mx. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daugh- ter, Shelly Sue of near Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. W41mer Belyl nd family and Mr. and Mrs. Phil, f9 eden and daught- ers, Lisa and Marsha. ,My. Keith eden of I)le CRy Va., was a Monday visitor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- le eden and family. Mr. Kenny Hostler returned to ,his home after being a sur- gical patient in the Charles Town HospitM. Spirit of Jefferson Farmer's Advocate DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH HEALTH INSURANCE? opens on May 30th on the new diamond at Legion Field in Oharles Town. 20 -- YEARS AGO -- 20 Four county yots receiving Boys State awards from Jack- son- Perks Post No. 71 are Thomas Rissler and Paul D. Mills, Jr, of Harpers Terry High School and Samuel D. Eagle, Jr. and Samuel Snyder Glaize of Oharles Town High SChool. Miss Patricia Coul.ter daugh- ler of :Mr. and Mrs. Luther Coulter, is ohosen to represent .the community at Rhod0den- dron CA.s State. D: )Abner C. Hopkir, D. D.; aged 86, of Charlotte Cou.r House, son of he ,late Dr. IIopkins, pastor of ,the Charles Town Presbyterian Church 1866. 1911; James Ron ald "Sam" Wolfe, 43, formerly a state `trooper in  area, at 'his 'home in Berkeley Springs; Mrs. Mary Magic McDonald, 36, wife of Armstead McDonald ,in Charles Town Hospi,tal; T. O. Everhart, retired farmer and pioneer dairyman of Kerneys vflle, in the local hospital. Robert E. McCabe, an attor- ney from Charleston, W. Va. purchases "Happy Retreat" ,from R. J. Funkhouser. Feature of Blue Ridge Live stock SMes; hogs top $28.50; calves $26.75; lnbs $27.00. 30 -- YEARS AGO -- 30 Real estate transfers; Pearl J. Davis .and others of Los Angeles, Cal., man of and Polly fronting 93 feet St.; Ida Di,llow, Edward Clipp the late J. lots and a six room on 4th Ave. in W. and ,ildred Laura E. Penwell Penwell ,a sml. the Shenandoah ing lands H. The oath ered to G. P. Morison Frank rR. DIED: - 73, at his home herdstown. MARaRIED: xott Raymond Robert Laam S.A. at 50-- MARRIED: Jr. of Virginia Prof. les Town to vow of Jefferson Bakrr, J'., coumy to Evans of sharon. ,DIED: - In William C. erly of Chutes ,home of .his Charles Town; in, 67; near 'Emma FnceS widow of the Cotmty; Washington, 53, a native ,Mr. and M and son of Sunday visitors Mr. Quinton OK ORDER OF Cixcuit County, West John WilLiam ' v. Civil Judith Ellen 1. (The obj! to obtain a bonds of ant: Judith It filed in Ellen Wilson of the State i Ellen Wilson B. Crawford, W. W. Va., an any related defense complaint on or before you fail to and trial, you for the the A be signed Clerk Court ,MaY MARY your week ahead Would your present health insurance help pay the ex- penses of a major illness... in AND out of hospital? With hospital and medical costs at an all time high today--and climbing steadily--it would be wise to let us take a look at exactly what coverage you do have. Call us today for a no-cost, no-obligation review of your health insurance, _ who requests R within 180 days Pubmll E,,7 Tursdar - ffi ffi ater  pucation ef ,this Aid So ch., eo.u. Name ........... 1L-uests  inspect he sad P.t o,, PHONE 725-2211 i Hardware CO. to ,the .R.J. Funkhmmer Fen. vn - N... za 3Je ............... ndaflon, IC. l iS plp Sulmcrtpckm - ST.M Yr.  i g City ....... State ... Zip - Dial 725-5113 .. ,bo, e M-- -... . .............. = R. Justin Fnldmuse, PPinci. Tpoum: tar---cod. 3o4) Member TheHarttord & " CHARLES TOWN, W. V/ pal Mar@ger. s.4  nso4v Inmmze mep, ||||||||||` ......... ' m I Ffi.- ........... n ,,- .- 4t; 0,1 Hartford, Conn. 0115 Forecast Period: Jume 2 to Jlt : ARIES .The moment someone Mar. 21 - Apr. 19 beware! Your chart warns involved in a "get ricb" not the  time to start a TAURUS No doubt whatsoever, your Apr. 20. May 20 to tamper with affairs the temptation to carry GEMINI For you? Members o( May 21 - June 20 certainly, will hold make points in some for surprises! MOONCHILD Might sound like ,,stock" June 21 July 22 before you sign, must be attended month. LEO You just might . . . talk July 23. Ang. 22 a little too long. Most are prone to becoming VIRGO Several opportunities are | Aug. 23. Sept. 22 eluding a rather Don't disrupt your. hold on to security. LIBRA Over indulgence and Sept. ?. Oct. 22 to be in this week's is in order--for most One other thing! SCORPIO Telling the truth is Oct. 23 - Nov. $1 pense is another. you will receive data harm an associate. SAGrrrMuus According to your Nov. 2 -- Dee. I --before they prove to be an CAPRICORN Look for a behind Dee. 22. San. 15 your job, task or other. Incidentally, speculations. AQUMUIUS Your chart is painted Jam. 20. Feb. 18 optimism. A series of inspire youwith new PISCIg8 Many under your Feb. I- Mar.  situation that haS of the opposite sex. valuables. PERSONALITY PROFILE FOe your Sun S,gn Analyd$, send the d/, :$1.00 for postage ond hondling to Dr. Andrew Petersburg, Floritio 33733.